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RUSH: Scott Walker weighed in last night on The Kelly File on Fox News Channel. Megyn Kelly said, “Dr. Krauthammer came out tonight listening to the president and said, ‘The president errs on the side of downplaying the threat of radical Islam, describing this man as just a lone gunman, and there are other examples with respect to the underwear bomber who called “an isolated extremist” and then of course Benghazi, where Obama refused to call it a terrorist attack at all.’ Does Dr. Krauthammer have a point?

WALKER: We need to acknowledge that we’re at war and radical Islamic terrorism is our enemy, and it’s not enough just to have containment anymore. When you talked about the policies that prohibited our military personally from being armed at an establishment like this, those are outdated. Containment was something that might have been good during the Cold War, but we’re facing an enemy in radical Islamic terrorism that’s willing to take the fight to us.

RUSH: Republican presidential hopeful Scott Walker. And then he kept going on Planned Parenthood.

WALKER: Years ago when I first became governor the state of Wisconsin, in my first budget I defunded Planned Parenthood. I took some attacks from some in the media and some in the left. But this video is just a prime example. This is not a noncontroversial entity. This is obviously a disturbing, disgusting act that they’re talking about. We’ve outlawed that in Wisconsin in the past. We need to be defunding Planned Parenthood. Not only state by state, but I think across the country and instead put resources into women’s health issues but put them into noncontroversial entities.


RUSH: Dr. Benjamin Carson also on The Kelly File last night. She said, “The argument is that those fetal organs are going for a good use. What is your take on that, Dr. Carson?”

CARSON: It’s been overpromised what the benefits of fetal research would be, and very much under-delivered. It’s a spurious argument. But, you know, what’s really disturbing is the fact that we have become so callous that a lot of people don’t even realize that this is shocking to see the callousness with which we are treating human life. It’s interesting that there are so many people who are concerned about snail darters and little spiders and things, and yet the human being inside of that mother’s womb — just beyond, you know, 10 weeks — is much more sophisticated than many of these creatures that they’re trying to preserve.

RUSH: You know, that is obviously true and right on the money. I hear comments like this and I think of the idiot trolls on Twitter. I think of the dumb idiots on the tech blogs and so forth, the commenters. What have they become based on how they’ve been taught? “There’s no human life anyway in the womb. It’s an unviable tissue mass. It’s not a human life until the woman decides what to do with it.” That’s what they think, and, “It’s nobody’s business. Screw you, Dr. Carson! Who the hell are you?” Dr. Carson continued, by the way. I just want to get the closing statement here. We’ll get this now…

CARSON: We’ve distorted things to the point where people believe that if the mother can’t kill the baby, then anybody who’s advocating that is a enemy of women. How can we be so fooloish as to believe such a thing? A little developing baby is just an incredible sight to behold. Got a nice little nose and little fingers and hands and the heart’s beating, and it can respond to environmental stimulus. I mean, how can you believe that that’s just an irrelevant mass of cells? And that’s what they want you to believe, when in fact it is a human being.

RUSH: No, it is not because if it’s a human being then the left must face their conscience. That they will never do, so it isn’t a human being and nobody can convince them otherwise. At nine months and aborted it’s not a human being, as far as they’re concerned.

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