RUSH: What she really resents is people asking her what she thinks. She doesn't think she should have to lower herself to have to explain herself to lesser people than herself.
RUSH: So now people are starting to ask: "Is Cruz following in the Trump mold? Is Trump serving to show the way for other Republicans how to respond?" Well, maybe Trump is, but Cruz doesn't need to be shown. This is standard operating procedure for Cruz.
CALLER: This conflict, it hurts me because, well, in 1979, I was in an abusive marriage, and I had to make the choice. That was before I became a Christian and before my eyes were opened to everything. But it still kills me every time I think back to the fact that I threw away a life that God had given to me, regardless of the circumstance.
RUSH: There are all kinds of teachable moments. If anybody has any doubts — and it's hard for me to believe people still do, but there may be some. If anybody has any doubts about the media no longer being the media, about the news, about being objective, this ought to show them.
RUSH: Number five, they "don't worry about pleasing everyone." I think that one is the thing that has more people in personal prison than anything else: Worrying about what other people think of you. And everybody does. It's impossible not to. I'm convinced it's part of the human DNA. And then the way some of us are raised makes it even worse.
RUSH: It's not unique. It's not something new.