RUSH: Let me ask you, was it an act of love when the president turned the IRS loose on the Tea Party? Have you seen Catherine Engelbrecht? She’s one of the most attractive, nicest, sweetest people on TV. She’s got this Tea Party group. She wanted to start it. She wanted to raise money. The IRS targeted her, made her out to be some sort of a criminal. You want to talk about stop the hatin’? Was it an act of love when the president repeatedly lied to the very people sitting behind him in Kansas City yesterday. (imitating Obama) “Hey, you like your doctor? That’s great. You can keep your doctor. You like your insurance plan? All right, if you like it you get to keep it.” Twenty-five different times, over three years, he personally lied to the same people sitting behind him. Was that an act of love? We just gotta stop the hatin’. Hey, they should stop the hatin’.
Was it an act of love when the president repeatedly promised you that your premiums for your health insurance would come down $2,500 a year? Was that an act of love? Is what Obama doing the result of loving people? Or is he lying to them? Do you lie to the people you love? Or do you lie to the people you think are suckers? Do you lie to the people you think are stupid enough to believe you?
Was it an act of love when the president opened the southern border for the purpose of letting in tens of thousands of illegals with criminal records and no skills and then dumped them in states without informing the governors? Was that an act of the president loving anybody but the illegals? The president’s campaign called Mitt Romney a tax cheat and a murderer. Was that an act of love? Or was there maybe some hate behind that? I don’t know about you, I’m not in any mood to listen to some lawless angry guy do shtick about hate while he’s dismantling the country.