RUSH: So we have the sound bites now of the woman that was on with Cavuto yesterday afternoon. Her name was Katherine Tallmadge. She’s a nutritionist, don’t you know, and an authorette. She was on talking about Bubba and his decision to go to Waffle House after winning the Masters on Sunday. Apparently she’d been out talking about it enough that Cavuto wanted to have her on as a guest. He said, “Why are you sick about Bubba Watson eating at Waffle House after winning the Masters?”
TALLMADGE: Well, it would be great if celebrities and sports figures set a better example for our obese nation.
CAVUTO: Well, what’s wrong with the Waffle House?
TALLMADGE: There’s nothing wrong with the Waffle House if it’s an occasional splurge, but these gazillionaires love to show Americans that they’re one of you. And so, to win a popularity contest, they go to waffle houses, diners, steak places, when in reality, to be a great athlete or a celebrity in good shape, they don’t really eat like that.
RUSH: Man, oh, man, do you all understand everything that is wrapped up in this one 35-second bite? Let’s start at the top of this. “There’s nothing wrong with the Waffle House if it’s an occasional splurge.” Ms. Tallmadge, it really is none of your business. It really has nothing to do with you. Who goes to Waffle House, how often, and why, is none of your business. Nobody has elected or appointed you the overseer of their culinary behavior. So who are you? I mean, surely you can say what you want to say, but why do you think this way? I don’t understand, why does it matter?