RUSH: I want to play this. It was from yesterday. I told the broadcast engineer we’re going to do one, two, three and 19. So what do I do? I tell him to grab 20. But it’s Obama. It’s yesterday afternoon in Kansas City standing in front of a bunch of people who still love the guy, think he’s the greatest thing, probably voted for him.
He told them that they could keep their doctor, keep their insurance plan. He lied to them 25 times about that. He lied to them about their premiums coming down $2,500 a month. Turned the IRS loose on hundreds of conservatives. Has opened the southern border. Is out apologizing for America. He’s out there saying Republicans have got to stop all the hate.
OBAMA: We could do so much more if congress would just come on, and help out a little bit. (laughter) Just, just, come on. Come on and help out a little bit. Stop being mad all the time. (Crowd cheering) Stop, uh, stop just hatin’ all the time. Come on. (Crowd cheering) Let’s get some work done together. I know, uh, they’re not that happy that I’m president, but that’s okay. (laughter) Come on, I’ve only, I’ve only got a couple years left, come on, let’s get some work done. Then, then, then you can be mad at next president.
RUSH: Right on. Right on. It’s a new era in the presidency. I mean, I can’t even hear Clinton talking this way. (imitating Clinton) “Hey, man, come on, come on, let’s just have a couple of beers, man. Calm down out there. Let’s have a couple of beers, go to a ballgame, you never know, we might find a couple lovelies after that. Come on, man.”
But stop the hatin’? This is the guy who said, “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun.” This is a guy who said to his supporters (paraphrasing), “I need you to go out, talk to your friends, talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they’re independent, whether they’re Republican, I want you to argue with them. I want you to get in their face. They can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in the back.” President Obama. “Come on, let’s do some work.”
He’s just goading them, folks. He’s just goading these Republicans to give him what he wants, and what he wants is to be impeached and the Republicans are shouting from the rooftops that they’re not going to impeach him. I think they’ve gone so far overboard, they’ve gone way beyond what’s necessary. I really hate this. Two things: This business of shouting: “We’re not going to impeach the president!” Look, don’t take it off the table.