TODD: Here's the Maha himself, remembering this decades-ago CPAC speech.
DESANTIS: Rush showed that fighting the left requires strength and that conservatism devoid of backbone is doomed to fail.
TODD: An attempt to cancel him from the White House before that was even a phrase. And it happened after Rush gave the Wall Street Journal four words about Obama's first term.
TODD: You will probably remember Rush's story about Ron Silver. If not, here's a reminder.
TODD: See, now, Rush Babe, that was an invention that people misunderstood.
TODD: Rush warned us what Biden would do; he's doing it.
TODD: Anyone who ever got through to the famous phone, 800-282-2882, remembers the thrill of being greeted by the Maha.
TODD: From Rush being home to a military kid, to a gentleman who had escorted Rush when he went to Afghanistan.
CALLER: It was Rush's advocacy of self-employment and describing it and giving us courage that gave me the courage to go straight into self-employment.
CALLER: About 10 or 11 years ago I got a phone call. The number was blocked. So I didn't want to answer it.
TODD: Such was the power of Rush's personality and the scope of EIB that people were concerned that he had permanently rebranded Tucker Carlson on Fox News as Chatsworth Osborne Jr.
CALLER: What happened when I came here, I started — not immediately, but probably 15 years ago I started — listening to Rush. I learned my English from him.
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