RUSH: This is Rob in Kingston, Oklahoma. Welcome, sir. Great to have you up first today.
CALLER: Mega dittos, Rush. Thank you for having me on.
RUSH: You bet.
CALLER: Twenty-year-listener and a 17-year disciple. I wanted to give you some info to how to get the low-information voters and maybe some of the low-information women voters, wake ’em up to what’s going on. I was listening to a news report the other day that 11% of adults admit to sexting themselves to their boyfriends, girlfriends, wives, husbands, and significant others, and all that data and information is now going on to these NSA databases. I can even give you an example of a commercial that promoted that, and I would say the percentage is much higher, but that Samsung commercial where the man is going on a business trip and the wife says, “The girls made a video for you, you can watch it on the plane,” and they sync their phones together, and then she said, “And I also made you a video, but don’t watch it on the plane,” and then they sync the phone again. It’s becoming a big thing in our culture that men and women are sending a lot of pictures of themselves, what they think are private pictures that nobody else sees.
RUSH: What are you suggesting, that I start sending nude photos of myself out there to attract low-information voter women to the program?
CALLER: Well, I think you should still strut it, you know, I’ve seen you on the golf course and on television, so I think you should bring it, Rush. No, I’m just saying that this is something —
RUSH: Now, what does that tell you? If 11% admit it, we’ve got 11% of adults admitting that they’re sending each other nude photos in what is called sexting —
RUSH: That’s pretty cool, isn’t it?
CALLER: Well, yeah, until you find out that the government’s sitting there storing it on a database somewhere and people think, well —
RUSH: They don’t care. The low-information people don’t care. You think the low-information people care about that?