RUSH: Doris in Toledo, I know you don’t have much time, but I wanted to get to you because you’ve been waiting. Thank you. How you doing?
CALLER: (garbled cell) I’m great and I’m glad to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you for everything you do. (Unintelligible)
RUSH: I appreciate that.
CALLER: So here’s my question. Do you think Lindsey Graham would have shown and made such compassionate and angry remarks at the Kavanaugh hearing if John McCain had still been alive?
RUSH: Oooooooh! What a great question. I’d like to think so.
CALLER: I would (unintelligible).
RUSH: Doris, I’m sorry. What was that?
CALLER: I said I would like to think so, too, but I know how close he was to John McCain.
RUSH: He was. But you know what? It’s one of these “if” things that really doesn’t matter. He did it. He did it. And that’s what counts. I will say that since McCain has passed away, Lindsey Graham seems more like the guy I knew back in the nineties. That’s all I’ll say.