RUSH: Robbie, my adopted hometown, Sacramento. Welcome. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush Limbaugh!
CALLER: Thanks to my mom’s good taste in men, I am a Rush Baby.
CALLER: I’ve been listening… (giggles) I’ve been listening to you since the 1980s here in Sacramento, and I got your autograph when I was 10. I think you’re in there with a couple of gold medalist Olympians. And I was just calling to let you know that I would drop you in a second — I would drop you so quickly — if you stopped being a champion of truth. If you started to confuse truth with fiction and you started to compromise, I would be so done. And —
RUSH: Wait a second.
CALLER: — I believe that I speak —
RUSH: Wait a minute, Robbie.
RUSH: Where is this coming from? Are you thinking I am on the verge here?
CALLER: I’m just calling to tell you something that you well know. You are not the glue of the conservative movement, and we love you for that.
RUSH: I’m not the glue, you mean?
CALLER: Not the glue. You’re not the glue. But you love truth, and that’s why we love you.
RUSH: I appreciate that. See, this, by the way… Robbie, I can’t thank you, because that’s exactly right. You’re exactly right. This is my whole point. The media can’t make you drop me. Nothing the media could say could make you question your loyalty. But, boy, I could. I could make the wrong move over couple times; it wouldn’t take much. And that’s the point.