RUSH: Here’s Steve in Pensacola, Florida. Thank you for waiting. Welcome to the program.
CALLER: Rush, mega dittos. My question — I got so much to talk about with your speeches and what you’re talking about — but my question is, why is our president going out of the way by leaving the Middle East and respecting the culture of the Middle East while at the same time he’s tearing down the culture in United States. It makes no sense unless he’s for one and not the other.
RUSH: Well, there you go. It makes no sense, unless. He’s got a big problem. He’s got a big problem with the traditional culture of this country, from the founding forward. In his view, it is an unjust, immoral culture, dominated by an unjust, immoral majority, which has gotten rich and powerful on the backs of the poor, the misbegotten, the hungry, thirsty, and, you name it. And it’s time now to reverse. It’s time now to transfer power unfairly acquired by these people in the majority and give it to the people was it stolen from.
The Middle East culture, same thing basically is happening here. We’re gonna get rid of the Israelis and their dominance and we’re gonna bring back the… it’s just good. Your question is really well stated and on point. Obama respects every other culture except ours and the Israeli’s. Those two cultures he’s got a problem with. And those two cultures he thinks have to pay a price for some — I don’t know — unfair, unjust behavior that we and they have engaged in over the years.
Look, I’ve said this I don’t know how many times. I’m serious when I say that he’s got a chip on his shoulder about this country and the way it was founded. There’s no question about that. And he’s doing what he can to transform it. It’s what he intended to do, and it’s what he meant when he said that the fundamental transformation of this country has begun with his election. We’re watching it. There’s no denying what’s happening. Just that some people don’t want to believe it or see it for what it is. And even those who see it for what it is just don’t want to admit it. It’s too hard. That would be devastating, so it’s gotta be incompetence or an accident or something we don’t understand, but it can’t be what it really is.