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RUSH: My adopted hometown, Sacramento, California, and Jerry. Thanks for calling, sir. It’s great to have you here.

CALLER: Well, thank you. Good morning, or afternoon there, I suppose it is. I just wanted to say that, you know, these current scandals going on are merely the bureaucratic bungling of an affirmative action and incompetent president in no way rises to the egregiousness of his telling the church what their convictions have to be. He cannot do that. He is violating his constitutional oath. He’s playing God. And my fear is as long as we’ve got the threat of a president Joe Bite Me we will never get rid of Obama.

RUSH: Ah, we’re not gonna get rid of Obama anyway. It just isn’t gonna happen.

CALLER: No. But it needs to.

RUSH: No matter what, and I mean no matter what, that’s not gonna happen.

CALLER: He’s got a blank check, especially with the threat of President Bite Me.

RUSH: I know. But, you know, you have a good point here. This attack on the Catholic Church, that is an in-your-face flouting of the Constitution.

CALLER: Yes. We don’t run our lives — or we don’t — how do I say this? We don’t change our lives to meet our business. We change our business to meet our personal convictions. And he wants it the other way around. He wants our convictions to take second base as opposed to our convictions running how we live.

RUSH: No, he wants you to change your loyalties, to him and government and give up this Catholic stuff. That’s a loser. You need to be investing in him and government. They can tell you how to better live your life than the church can. The church is a bunch of restrictive moralists, not gonna let you have any fun and that the kind of stuff. The Constitution’s full of it. These guys that wrote it are a bunch of racists themselves, so you’d be wise just to forget those beliefs and channel it somewhere else. That’s what he’s trying to do.

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