RUSH: The Republican Party — I mean the establishment — working together with the Democrat establishment in Washington, is now loaded for bear against Newt Gingrich. The long knives are out for Newt Gingrich everywhere you look in the Washington establishment. Everywhere you look, you want to call it the Washington ruling class, you want to call it the establishment of both parties, whatever it is, they’re all going for Newt Gingrich. I got a stack here to demonstrate this.
RUSH: The Ruling Class, the government class, the political class — whatever you want to call the establishment in Washington –of both parties is out for Gingrich. It is huge; it is major. You can even find Gingrich in the crosshairs on several conservative blogs. Now, I mentioned that the National Enquirer is reporting that a staffer who worked for Gingrich had sexual relations with him back in 1977. That’s 34 years ago. This woman says that she performed a sex act on Gingrich in a hotel room back in 1977 when he was still married to his first wife. She says that she has come forward now because, quote, “He always talks about being big on family values but you don’t practice what he preaches.”
The woman’s name is Manning, last name is Manning; and I guess Gingrich hasn’t been in the news for the last 34 years. All of a sudden this woman has now found out that Newt is a public figure! She just learned that Newt’s talking about family values, and she just figured out that we need to know that Newt made her do a sex thing toil to him, or she wanted to or what have you. (big sigh) Interesting.
RUSH: We’re going to Dallas. I’m going to the Cowboy game this weekend, Snerdley. I’m going down to Giants-Cowboys. I’ll be in Dallas. Scott, it’s great to have you on the program. Hello, sir.
CALLER: Hey, Rush, how are you today.
RUSH: Very good, thanks very much.
CALLER: Hey, I wanted to ask you, do you think now that the media’s given coverage to Newt’s alleged sexual relations with this women so long ago that they might give equal coverages to Obama’s alleged sex and drugs romp with Larry Sinclair in suburban Chicago?
RUSH: Nope, never happen. They’ll bury it, ain’t gonna happen. Sinclair be portrayed as a kook wacko extremist. No way, won’t happen. It’s gonna get about as much coverage as you just gave it.
CALLER: (laughing) Well, it’s an allegation. I thought all allegations, you know, are fair game.
RUSH: No. No. There’s no vetting. No, there’s not gonna be vetting of Obama. No. We’re not allowed to know anybody he’s ever had sex with, male or female. We’re not allowed to know what his grades were. We’re not allowed to know any students in his class. We’re not allowed to know who inspired him or who was inspired by him. We’re not allowed to know any of that stuff. You’re a racist for wanting to were I it up, you pig!
All right, who’s next, Jim in Northport, Florida, welcome to the EIB. Hi.
CALLER: Ah, good! What a pleasure to talk to you, sir.
RUSH: Thank you very much. Great to have you here.
CALLER: Okay. You know this tax holiday. Isn’t that money coming out of your payroll tax, isn’t that your Social Security money?
RUSH: Damn right. Yeah. That’s the only way Social Security is funded is with the payroll tax. Exactly right.
CALLER: Is this going to reduce the amount of Social Security that a person receives when he gets ready to retire?
RUSH: Well, if budgeting were honest, yeah. If you take money out of the pool, it’s gonna shrink.
CALLER: No, I mean the individual. See, I mean you get credit for how many years you worked and the amount of money you made, but if you don’t pay in, will that be reduced?
RUSH: Oh, oh, I see what you mean. You know, I hadn’t thought of that, but I’ll bet you’re right. No wonder Obama wants this so bad!
RUSH: No wonder he wants it so bad. You’re basically taking money out. (laughing) By accepting this tax cut, you are reducing the amount of benefits you get because you’re reducing how much you pay into it. Yep.
CALLER: And one other question if you got a minute: Christine Todd Whitman on TV today looking for third-party candidate?
CALLER: Oh, what’s the matter with her?
RUSH: Well, there are a lot of people talking about running third party.
CALLER: That’s… Ugh. Here we go again!
RUSH: Trump has talked about it, Ron Paul has talked about it, and now the brilliant Christine Todd Whitman. Who does she want to be the third-party candidate?
CALLER: She didn’t mention any names. She was just looking.
RUSH: What’s she upset about?
CALLER: What are they all upset about?
RUSH: Well, it must be Newt, I guess. I mean, she’s classic centrist moderate RINO. All right, let’s see who’s next here. This is Jim. You know, we got this screwy new call system and I can’t read it without the glasses because the letters get covered up with dark shading.