RUSH: Boston with Ronnie. Ronnie, nice to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Oh, Maha Rushie, it is such a pleasure to speak with you. I’d like to share with you and your audience a quick Two If By Tea story and then ask you a question about President Obama if that’s okay.
RUSH: Sure, go ahead.
CALLER: One of the things I love about my dad is that he loves to be the first to try anything and he’s always been like that whether it was when McNuggets first came out, whatever it is. So I wanted him to be one of the first to try Two If By Tea. He is a staunch as staunch gets “progressive” Democrat just like my mom and I thought it would be fun for him for Father’s Day so I ordered the case. It arrived in two days just like you promised.
CALLER: I brought it over to him, he opened it up, and he said, “Rush Limbaugh! You gotta be kidding me?” and he took the tea out. He laughed! He loved the cover of the tea with your big Rush head and Rush Revere and the little stubby legs and the look on your face and he laughed and laughed and laughed; and he was on his way to a Board of Health meeting. So he said, “I’ll put it in the fridge and after my meeting I’ll try it and let you know what I think,” and he called me that night and he said it was the most delicious tea that he ever had — and my mother loved it, too. Loved it! And the color is incredible. Just when you look at the bottle, you just want to drink it.
RUSH: That’s great. (chuckles)
CALLER: Just fantastic.
RUSH: He noticed every detail about that that we intended. The taste is revolutionary.
CALLER: Oh, it’s absolutely fantastic, and my mother said it was one of the best teas she’s ever had “even if” you made it.
RUSH: By the way, Kathrynand Idid tests, and it holds up when you pour it over ice or when it’s hot. We put it through every test. We put it through the hot test, we put it through the room temperature test, the refrigerator test, the over-ice test and it holds up and no matter. You know, the sweetness level and the raspberry flavor, you still get the tea in there.
CALLER: Well, I just wanted to let your listeners know that that tea is every bit as delicious as you say: the packing, the color, the shipping, everything. My question about President Obama, before I go, is that when I hear him speak and I take a real good look at this “progressive” agenda — when I hear Obama speak — I get the feeling sometimes that he never plans on not being president and I wanted to ask you that, ifhe wins a second term — because, like you said, he’ll campaign on demonizing Republicans and fear, not on his record because his record’s so awful. But if he still gets in a second term, do you see them making a push for him to be able to run a third term? Because I just don’t see the Democrats letting him go.
RUSH: You know, we thought this about Clinton, people had this fear. This is something rooted in fear, and I tell you: It’s a fear rooted in people’s genuine understanding of what liberals would do if they could get away with it. If — they could do away with elections, they would do it. This is what everybody knows. That’s why that fear is a legitimate and genuine one, but I don’t think it’s gonna happen. He’s not gonna win the second one. There isn’t gonna be a third one to win, and don’t doubt me.
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