RUSH: Muncie, Indiana. Dennis, thanks for calling, sir, and welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: How, kemo sabe.
CALLER: This is Dennis from Muncie, Indiana.
RUSH: I got that.
CALLER: I have about 20 years of stuff to talk to you about. My youngest daughter has been trying to get a hold of you forever and she’s gonna die when she knows I talked to you today.
RUSH: Well, you better make it count, then.
CALLER: Well, I’m gonna make it count. In a public school where she goes to school at, she did a report on you in an advanced placement class in her sophomore year, which just passed.
RUSH: What kind of report? What was it for?
CALLER: Well, I think it was like a literature class and she did a report on Rush Limbaugh.
RUSH: I can imagine what’s gonna happen next.
CALLER: She got 146 points out of a possible 160.
RUSH: Well, that surprises me.
CALLER: Well, now, this school, I dare not say the name, but they pray, they teach right from wrong, and they prepare their students for life.
RUSH: Well, it’s good. You had me thinking that something the exact opposite happened.
CALLER: Oh, no, this was a great thing. Oh, no, everybody knows her. She’s 16 years old, Rush, and she’s leaving this Sunday to go to Hillsdale College, and she’s going to be leaving with them to go to England for a land and literature study tour.
RUSH: Well, congratulations. You can’t do better than that. Congratulations to you. That’s a great place for her. And I’m happy, 146 out of 160 doing a report on me. Obviously not a public school ’cause a public — (interruption) it was a public school? Wow. It was a public school and he doesn’t want to mention the name of the school. Oh, well. See, folks, there are hot spots out there where it is okay. All is not lost. No reason to pack it up and cave in. I’ve always told you that I’ll tell you when it’s time to do that.
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