CALLER: Hi, Rush. You make plenty of money, man. You should send Hillary a year’s worth of dynamite and Billy Bob Clinton can stick it in her Froot Loops every day in America.
CALLER: Get her nice-looking hair back and get all those ugly wrinkles off her face.
RUSH: You know what? I’d rather send her a cat.
CALLER: (chuckles) Hey, that’s not the reason I called. I was really mad an hour and a half ago or whatever, but I’ve calmed down a lot. Ken Cuccinelli… I’m from Virginia, and Ken Cuccinelli was the face of that little protest yesterday at the RNC, and I just wanted to let you know that Virginians, he does not represent us. He’s not one of us. I represent Virginia more than he does.
RUSH: You know —
CALLER: We’re gonna have to fix that mistake that we made there with that guy. He’s part of the reason why Trump has been nominated and the whole… I just don’t understand these politicians. Are they…? I’m not a smart guy. But I can clearly see through the crap that they’re doing. And you would think that if he was such a good politician and a smart one, he would want to keep his position. But obviously he’s not very intelligent. So, yeah. We’re just gonna go ahead and get rid of him.
RUSH: You know, this is just fascinating to me. It was not very long ago that Ken Cuccinelli was a star in Virginia, among Republicans, among conservative Republicans. He ran for governor. He would have won if he hadn’t been sold out by a bunch of quasi-conservatives. It wasn’t that long ago that Ken Cuccinelli was the model conservative. He was the prototype for conservatism of the future. He had it all, people thought. He had every ingredient. And now look. Now we get a call talking about Cuccinelli as not very intelligent, as a sellout, as somebody who’s not a Republican anymore.