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RUSH: James in Indiana, great to have you with us. You’re up first today. Hi.

CALLER: Thanks for taking my call.

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: I have a question. I’m a pretty moderate Democrat, and I listen to your show as often as I can.

RUSH: Thank you —

CALLER: I respect your opinion.

RUSH: — very much.

CALLER: I see our politics today and our society coming to a crossroads politically. How do you see us bridging the gap between liberals and conservatives and actually getting something done?

RUSH: There’s no way of bridging the gap. I, after 23 years, have learned personally there’s no bridging the gap. By that I mean how do we get the two sides together?

CALLER: Not necessarily, but just enough, just close enough to get things done.

RUSH: Ain’t gonna happen.

CALLER: The president from my party is not doing anything, and I’m like we gotta do something —

RUSH: I’m just trying to be realistic with you here, it’s not possible to bridge a gap close enough with liberals to want to get things done, because the things they want to get done have literally nothing in common with what I want done. We have nothing in common. The Constitution is an obstacle to them; it’s the Bible to me. And I don’t know about you; I don’t compromise on the Bible.

CALLER: Right.

RUSH: And I don’t compromise on the Constitution. So to me the solution to this is they must be beaten, politically, they must be beaten. And then you, as a moderate Democrat, have to learn that there’s no such thing as a moderate Democrat. If you’re a Democrat of any kind, you’re a Democrat. If you vote Democrat you’re voting liberal in any constitution, you have to be beaten, too.

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