RUSH ARCHIVE: I didn’t see cool. I don’t see elegant. I see somebody not even really human. I see somebody devoid of passion. You can spin it in his favor and you can say he is cool under fire, or you can be more realistic and say he’s cool only because he’s cold. And there’s a big difference. He’s without feelings; he’s without passion; he’s a programmed robot.
RUSH: This is me advising and informing everybody my take on Obama. October 16th, 2008. That’s what I mean. If the Drive-Bys had just bothered to listen to me, they wouldn’t be surprised today, ’cause they’re all out saying their own version of this — that Obama’s cold, that he’s detached, and that they’re all surprised by it. Here’s Karl Rove who says the White House made a bad decision to have Obama play golf.
See, that kind of plays into the Limbaugh Theorem. “The White House” made Obama play golf? One of our guys is saying this? So Obama finishes his speech, his remarks about Jim Foley, and then he looks at his BlackBerry for instructions from the White House, and on his BlackBerry it says: “Hit first tee next”? Is that what happened? The White House told Obama to go play golf?