TODD: This is so cool. There's a Missouri state senator, Holly Rehder, who has proposed some legislation that would designate a day honoring El Rushbo.
TODD: There is something coming up here from EIB. I am jazzed about this. EIB is gonna bring a podcast out. It's hosted by James Golden, who you know as Bo Snerdley.
TODD: Just consider this as an observer. The archives of Rush Limbaugh's work are literally more accurate sources of news than the entire daily regurgitations of the mockingbird media.
TODD: Maxine Waters — Rush predicted people like you and your agitation and division of this country.
TODD: Understand the danger of this, it can't be overstated.
TODD: It's a short-term sugar hit, the so-called covid bailout, but Rush talked about destroying the home values of people with one hand while they pay off union bosses with the other hand.
TODD: Rush would have just absolutely been all over this news story about this helicopter. Here, in fact, is El Rushbo showing his great love of technology and the human mind.
TODD: What Rush talked about there is simply multiplying, now that you have the ability to simply say, "I am offended by a brown bag lunch," and it's all about division.
CALLER: My son introduced me to Rush in 1988, right after he started. He says, "You gotta listen this guy."
TODD: See? I told you. The program still is growing.
TODD: As many listeners know, Rush was a huge supporter of the military and also he loved animals. So he really would have enjoyed this story of Craig and Fred.
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