RUSH: I forgot, folks. We forgot. John Kasich gave his farewell address yesterday as he retired from the presidential campaign. I meant to do this in the opening moments of today’s excursion into broadcast excellence. It slipped my mind. And for that, for all of you Kasich voters and supporters, I apologize. Farewell addresses are always meaningful. They’re always poignant. And Governor Kasich delivered his yesterday afternoon in Columbus, Ohio. We have just a portion of his farewell address.
KASICH: Frankly, I was so humbled by the fact that they — that they came and they — and they loved me; they encouraged me. The people of our country changed me. They changed me with the stories of their lives.
RUSH: Okay, so there… I mean, that wasn’t the entire farewell address. We picked the meat, if you will, of thing, where Governor Kasich is humbled by the fact that they came and they loved him. “They loved me. Really love me out there! And they encouraged me, ’cause they loved me. People of our country changed me. They changed me with the stories of their lives and how much they loved me.” I didn’t see it. Was there any confetti? Did anybody see this? There was no confetti?