RUSH: So now the New York Times has finally figured this out. “While other presidents have put the bully in the bully pulpit, Mr. Obama uses his megaphone, and the power that comes with it, sparingly, speaking out when he decides his voice can shape the trajectory of an issue and staying silent when he thinks it might be counterproductive. In his first year, the president seemed to be everywhere, talking about everything.
“In his fifth year …it appears he is not always in command of events,” but he always is. So in a nutshell, the New York Times piece is an attempt to tell its readers that Obama really is on top of things, especially Egypt, even if it appears that he isn’t. So, folks, I’ll pat myself on the back here. (patting) It is another red letter day for EIB, because the New York Times has officially confirmed the Limbaugh Theorem. Just a couple of weeks ago, Gallup embraced the Limbaugh Theorem as well.