Skip to comments.Caller: Obama Attacks Drive Me to Mitt
Posted on 08/07/2012 5:30:42 PM PDT by Kaslin
RUSH: This Samantha from Cincinnati. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Good to talk to you.
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: Hey, you know, liberals always get the opposite of what they want. Romney was not my first choice. Honestly, he wasn't my fifth, but I gotta tell you, this administration and the way they're campaigning has been able to do what the GOP establishment hasn't. These ads and these ridiculous insulting things that you hear about Romney have reminded me that we have got to get Obama out of there.
CALLER: And we have got to get out the vote, and we have got to slow the bleeding.
RUSH: You are singing my tune and we're in the same melody here and in the same key. None of us want to decline, much less gracefully, right?
RUSH: I don't know what it took, maybe this ad, but I'm glad that you've come to the conclusion that you have.
CALLER: Well, I think most of us are logical creatures and will come to that conclusion on voting day, but --
CALLER: -- it's ridiculous. The leaps of logic that they take are just not there, and I hope everybody's paying attention.
RUSH: It really is nothing new. They've been accusing Republicans of this, killing people, wanting to kill people, poison the water, poison the air, E. coli, Ebola, dyspepsia, you name it, we've been in favor of it. We want to destroy businesses. We want to kill people. Imagine the pro-life party wants to poison everybody else. Save the babies and poison everybody else. Do you think that there are people who would rather die than pay for their own health care? You don't? You really don't? You don't think there are people who would rather die than pay for their own health care? You don't? Boy, it's a good thing you shut me down when you shut me down. You do not think -- (interruption) I'm being warned not to add another phrase to this.
You don't think that some people would rather die than pay for their own health care? Well, this just shows me what I'm really up against here as a host. You're telling me you think I believe that there are people that would rather die than pay for their own health care? Why do you think I'm asking you the question? Why am I asking: are there some people that would rather die than pay for their own health care? What's happened today that would make me ask that?
I think this sums up very nicely the logic of a conservative who will vote for Romney this November.
With 0bama, the bleeding continues profusely and the country could die. With Romney and both Houses, at least the bleeding will slow until we get a real conservative in 2016.