CALLER: The Supreme Court overturned stuff on Obamacare. Everything he puts in place, executive orders that turn to crap. HHS issued all these rules that are going down the tubes. I’m a small business owner. I got impacted with all this insurance crap and everything that’s happened, and I just think that he just can’t take being overturned, being overruled. And I just think he’s very, very depressed. That’s my own opinion.
RUSH: Well, you could be right. I don’t happen to think so. You’re right that he has been unanimously rejected, 13 or 14 times at the Supreme Court. But I think it just makes him mad. I don’t think it defeats him. I don’t think his reaction is, “Ah, to hell with it. You know what? I don’t like this job. I want to go somewhere else.” I just don’t take it that way. But even if let’s say, Gus, that you are right.
Let’s say that every bit of your interpretation’s right, Obama’s just fed up, can’t get it done as fast as he wants, is depressed. So he goes on vacation to get away from it and so forth. The people working for him are not depressed, and the people working for him have not phoned it in and are not phoning it in, and the people working for him have not given up, and the people working for him are not going on vacation.
The people working for him are doing every bit what he wants ’em to do. Now, he may have had grandiose designs that he would get all that he wanted done in the first term. He may have envisioned a full-fledged wipeout of the Republican Party. He may have envisioned massive success with Obamacare, and it may well be that he could not have anticipated any of these problems. It could well be that he’s so stupid that he doesn’t know that his ideas will never work.
It could well be that he’s just now realizing how stupid he is and how wrong he is, that socialism doesn’t work. It could well be that he’s just checked out. But the people working for him haven’t. The media hasn’t checked out. Eric Holder hasn’t checked out. What’s her name, Valerie Jarrett, hasn’t checked out the. And I actually don’t think he has, either. To stick with my original interpretation of this, I think the Limbaugh Theorem is a good explanation for how he gets away with this kind of stuff.