RUSH: Say, Koko. I have a troika for you. I want these three graphics side by side at RushLimbaugh.com. I want 1988, Michael Dukakis doing his Beetle Bailey impersonation wearing the army helmet in the tank trying to look like a tough guy, and I want John Kerry from 2004 dressed up like the character Johnny Carson used to make fun of hunters. John Kerry walks into a place in Ohio, I think it was, and says, “Is this the place where I get me a huntin’ license?” Trying again to not appear to be the Brahman that he is but just one of the guys.
And now Hillary Clinton trying to get on a subway car in New York. It was near Yankee Stadium, and poor old Carol Costello doesn’t understand, the subway is elevated there, and she’s going on about how miraculous it is they can get TV coverage from “underground,” while they’re in the elevated portion of the subway. You see the sunlight coming in at the back of the train car? (laughing) All of these libs claim to have a connection with the little guy, the average guy. They’re looking up and they’re such elitists, and Costello I think lives in New York and hasn’t the slightest idea.
“Isn’t it wonderful? We can get pictures from underground when Mrs. Clinton gets on the subway! Isn’t it marvelous?” Meanwhile, they’re on an elevated train. You know that. I mean, you know the subway’s elevated at Yankee Stadium. (laughing) Sunlight. So we’ll put those three graphic representations right there at RushLimbaugh.com.
RUSH: Okay, folks, it’s up. It’s up at RushLimbaugh.com. Great Moments in Limousine Liberals Campaigning as Real People. You got Dukakis in the Beetle Bailey helmet in the tank, you got Hillary on the subway at Yankee Stadium, and John Kerry going hunting in Ohio. “Is this where I get me a huntin’ license?” So it’s right up there at RushLimbaugh.com. Great Moments in Limousine Liberals Campaigning as Real People.