RUSH: I forget where Obama said this. Was it 60 Minutes? Or maybe some interview somewhere? Anyway, we made mention of it yesterday that Obama said that Hillary made a mistake on this e-mail server business. And my observation was, that’s not good. Hillary’s out there trying to say nothing happened, wasn’t any big deal. When the president comes out and says she made a mistake, then that puts the onus on her. All of this on the Democrat side, now, and media side. I mean, this doesn’t affect us ’cause we’re dealing with a bunch of — well, people are strangers to the truth.
But on the Democrat side, you know, the Democrats, a lot of people, the donors are really worried about this e-mail. They’re worried about Hillary’s plummeting on the polls. They’re really worried about a lot of things and they’re worried about all this excitement about Bernie Sanders. They don’t know what they’re gonna do with him except they know they’re not gonna let him have the nomination. Now they gotta figure out how they’re gonna make that happen. So Obama’s come out, and he added to this. He said that Hillary’s illegal server was not a national security problem, which is rich coming from Obama, because Obama is America’s number one national security problem, if you ask me. No, I’m not exaggerating, and I’m not going for laughs here. I really mean it.
I think Barack Obama’s our number one national security problem or risk, whether by accident, by design. I don’t know what else you’d call somebody who enables the Iranians to nuke up and then sees to it they end up with $150 billion to do with whatever they want, including buy new Boeing airliners and go out and sponsor terrorism in the Middle East. It doesn’t give me a whole lot of confidence in what’s going on with Syria and the fact that Putin and Russia are making a move on the entire Middle East. Yeah, it doesn’t exactly comfort me that the president of the United States is who he is, doing what he’s doing. I think it’s rich claiming that Hillary hasn’t posed any national security problems, when he is it, the number one risk, if you ask me.
RUSH: Another question for Hillary, since I know that nobody’s gonna ask the Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick question. I know that’s not gonna happen tonight. So here’s a question for Hillary that would be legit and could well be asked. Well, it won’t be, but, I mean, it suffices.
“The Clinton Foundation, Mrs. Clinton, has taken million dollars of dollars from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia strictly enforces a legal system in which discrimination against women is the official law of the land. Women are treated as property in Saudi Arabia, which has donated to your campaign. Women are not permitted to leave the home without their husband’s permission in Saudi Arabia, which has donated to your foundation. Women are not permitted to drive in Saudi Arabia, which has donated to your foundation. A woman’s testimony in a Sharia court of law is worth half a man’s. In other words, a woman is presumed to be lying half the time.
“Women are imprisoned, beaten, and killed for violations of Islamic law in Saudi Arabia. Women who engage in sex outside marriage are subject to the death penalty. Women who are raped can be severely injured legally by their husbands. The premise being that it’s the Saudi woman’s fault for being raped because she obviously violated Islamic law. Women who renounce Islam are subject to the death penalty. Mrs. Clinton, what is this War on Women you say that the Republicans are conducting, when all of this happens in Saudi Arabia, which is donating handsomely to you and your husband’s foundation?”
RUSH: We had a sound bite yesterday from the No Labels convention in Manchester, New Hampshire, which now is run by Jon Huntsman, Republican and — ah, I’m having a mental block on the Democrat. It’s Huntsman and there’s some Democrat, you know, used to be the guy that ran McCain’s media back in 2008. I can’t remember. Mark, can’t remember his last name. Anyway, we played for you a sound bite from this yesterday where Trump got a question about women and so forth, and we played his answer, and it turns out that that woman who asked the question was a Jeb Bush plant. The Jeb Bush campaign planted a woman in the audience at the No Labels deal. Mark McKinnon, yeah, that’s the guy’s name, Mark McKinnon.
So, anyway, they plant this woman, the Jeb Bush campaign puts a ringer in this audience at No Labels, a woman who works on his staff, has worked on Huntsman’s staff. Her name is Lauren Batchelder and she is an intern here and an intern there, but she’s a campaign activist for Jeb Bush, and she was sent in there to ask Trump a question about women and so forth, which is such a juvenile thing. You know, the amazing thing about this is Jeb Bush would never do this to Hillary Clinton. Nor would any of these other Republicans.
They’ll run tricks. They’ll run juvenile little things like this against other Republicans, but they would never do this, Jeb Bush nor anybody else in this Republican field, would dare try to stack a Democrat meeting like this and put a ringer in there to ask embarrassing questions of Democrats, but they will do it against their own. Grab audio sound bite number 14. This is how it started. This is that woman, Lauren Batchelder at the No Labels Problem Solver convention, and she’s the woman that stood up and asked this question.
RUSH: Back to the way Fox opened the debate with questions of Trump. You remember that? “Mr. Trump, you have said the following about women,” blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Well, just to show you what you will not see on the Democrat debate tonight, we prepared a little “If Only” parody.
ANNOUNCER: We now join CNN’s live Democratic presidential debate, brought to you by our sponsors, Prostate Magic and the League of Left-handed Transgender Voters. Secretary Clinton is giving her opening statement.
HILLARY: And I want to thank CNN for hosting this debate so that we as candidates can address the issues that are so important to the American people. I look forward to your questions.
MODERATOR: Thank you, Secretary Clinton. Now, our first question of the night.
QUESTIONER: Mrs. Clinton, let me mention seven names: Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, Gennifer Flowers, Monica Lewinsky, Beth Dozoretz, and Denise Rich. Now, tell us, how can you look at anyone with a straight face and talk to them about family values when it takes a village to satisfy your husband?
HILLARY: Okay, um, um, uh.
ANNOUNCER: This was CNN.
RUSH: Just to show you the differences in the way the debates happened. It’s a totally legitimate question. I mean, if it’s legit to ask Trump about the things that he has said about women in the past, why is it not relevant to ask Hillary about her husband? He’s gonna be the co-president or the vice president or first man, first gentleman, whatever.