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“Folks, today we are starting our 29th year. I actually feel blessed to have been able to do my lifelong dream.  I mean, I wanted to be on the radio from age 8. And not only have I been blessed to be able to do it, but I truly have been blessed by having people like you as the audience. So it’s a roundabout way of saying ‘thank you’ and acknowledging your primacy and your supreme relevance in all of this.”

“It’s gonna be like this every day, folks, from now to the election. It’s either gonna be something new, or it’s gonna be something old that’s added to the day in and day out, but there’s gonna be something like this every day from now to the election, by design.  It’s part of the script written daily by the Democrats and the Drive-By Media.”

“You know, in a sense — and this just occurred to me. In a sense, 28 years ago I was kind of like Trump is now, in the sense that there was nobody to tell me anything. There was nobody to really advise me.”

“There is no foundation for economic growth in America today.  It has not been laid.  In fact, it has been eaten away.”

“Hillary doesn’t want to go out and try to get people to vote for her. The Washington Post says that, at the Hillary campaign, they’ve decided that the focus of their efforts — at least for the immediate future — is gonna be to take on and destroy Trump.”

“I can remember the days — Mr. Snerdley, maybe you can too — I can remember the days when a presidential campaign was all about the economy.” 

“Democrats and the media, no matter what they may look like in this episode right now, are still bamboozled, and they’re not quite sure how to deal with Trump because the things that usually take out nominees have not taken him out. And yet they’re continuing to try.”

“If Trump does not start seeing things through an ideological prism, he will never understand the method, the motive, and the how and why these attacks against him happen.”  

“Anybody paying attention — anybody who is halfway informed about things that is a Republican — ought not be anywhere near Hillary Clinton, unless what this is really all about for those people is cronyism and sidling up to power for personal aggrandizement and personal benefit and not really about party principles.”

“I actually believe the Democrats have found a comfort level with this economy. It keeps plenty of people in need. It prevents the middle class from growing, which is key to the Democrats holding on to their constituency. In a perverted way, it is. They need people who are dependent. The worst thing that can happen to a Democrat is to see a voter become self-reliant.”+

“People’s lives are not satisfying, and they are scared. Even people who have jobs are scared they’re gonna get fired. People who have savings are scared they’re gonna lose it. There is no ebullience, there is no optimism, there is no uplifting — and there’s nobody providing any.”

“My mother once welcomed the National Enquirer into our home and offered to answer any question they had based on the fact that we Limbaughs have nothing to hide. The Enquirer could not believe it. I couldn’t believe it when I found out about it!”

“Trump does seem to take these things personally and seek to refute them. This has been his modus operandi before he got into politics. If you attacked him, he went after you, whether it seemed to make sense or not. I don’t know if it’s a strategy or if it’s a personality trait or what have you. But it doesn’t mean he doesn’t care about you or it doesn’t mean that he’s only in this for himself. But he does take a lot of things personally. That’s not wise.”

“Hillary Clinton is not considered royalty in this country by the people. She is not popular. Hillary Clinton is not liked. Her public opinion numbers are well indicative of people’s awareness that she lies. She has been forced on the Democrat Party.”

“If Trump does not start seeing things through an ideological prism, he will never understand the method, the motive, and the how and why these attacks against him happen.”

“Hillary doesn’t want to go out and trying to get people to vote for her. The Washington Post says that at the Hillary campaign, they’ve decided that the focus of their efforts — at least for the immediate future — is gonna be to take on and destroy Trump.”

“I don’t know what many other people who do this think of their audiences. I don’t know how much they think about them. And this is not intended as a put-down. But, as far as I’m concerned, you are it each and every day. You out there are what this is all about.”

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