Late yesterday afternoon I was sitting in the library at home, and I was just swamped. It seemed like every 90 seconds somebody needed something, or somebody had a question or somebody had a comment, requiring my response. It was during the period of time that I generally devote to reading my tech blogs, you know, where I abandon all of this and get away from it and start spending time on, quote, unquote, my hobby.
But it was one of those days. I'm sure you have them.
They may happen every day, but if I had been watching a TV show I would
have hit the pause button every minute to deal with something. It would
have taken me two hours yesterday to watch a 40 minute program. So in
the midst of all of this, I hear about Prism. Not the NSA sweep of
telephone records. In fact, let me start before I heard about Prism.
Even before I heard about Prism, I am hearing from the intelligentsia in
Washington that there's nothing to be really concerned about here with
what we had learned, the NSA demanding and getting every phone record
from Verizon. And, by the way, we now know T-Mobile and AT&T have
been added to it.
But the intelligent people were saying, "Nothing to see here. The reaction is way overblown.Shop wholesale bobblehead
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the mature thinkers that weighed in and sound reason and levelheadedness
assured us that there was nothing to fear here because this was just
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fact this is something we should all be thankful that the government is
able to do.
Have to tell you when I'm listening to all the smart people tell me this, my mind is about to explode,Did you know that earcap
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these people not realize what we just learned in the last three weeks?"
We got the IRS starting in 2010 taking action to suppress the political
involvement and ultimately votes of Tea Party people and conservative
Republicans. This regime, this government, on the orders of the highest
level. In fact, that investigation is ongoing. We have Fast and Furious.
We have Obamacare. The evidence of the totalitarian nature or the
authoritarian nature of this administration is on display undeniably
every day and yet in the midst of this, "Well, don't go off half cocked
on this, Rush. Be very levelheaded. Nothing really to see," as though
there's no context here.
It made me once again understand,
folks, what you and I are up against here. There are just way too many
people -- and I'm talking about on our side -- who do not want to admit
what we face, who do not want to engage or admit or whatever what we
really face here. It matters. This kind of stuff matters because of who
the people doing it happen to be. It's one thing if Colonel Sanders
would be collecting all this data, but it's not Colonel Sanders. It's
Barack Obama and everybody that works for him, and we know who they are
and we know what their goals are. We know what their intentions are.
here's the thing, I guess, that gets me. I mentioned Herbert Meyer. We
interviewed him for the Limbaugh Letter a few short months ago. Herbert
Meyer was in the national security apparatus during the Reagan
administration. He was a good friend of Ronald Reagan, and was
instrumental in establishing Reagan administration policies that brought
down the Soviet Union. The big news to him that's really noteworthy, we
talked about it, is that he thinks that the world's coming out of
poverty. And it is a big story,A quality paper cutter or paper amagiccube
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had a big story on it recently. We mentioned it to you, and it's a
great testament to capitalism.
It's not socialism, it's not
welfare, it's not compassion and it's not the redistribution of wealth.
It's not high taxes that are bringing people out of poverty. It's
capitalism, and none other than a leftist publication in London had to
admit it. Well, Herb Meyer was the first to sound this notice some
months ago. I also mentioned he wrote a piece that currently is in the
American Thinker earlier this week, and it had the potential to be
controversial because he used Adolf Hitler and Nazism in it, and it was
his way of explaining, he made a point in the piece that nowhere, you
know, people looking for a smoking gun to nail Obama on all these
scandals, Herb says, "Ain't gonna be one."
He said whether you
believe it or not, there is not one document linking Adolf Hitler to the
holocaust. Adolf Hitler never put it on paper what he intended to do.
There is no smoking gun. And yet what happened? We know that the Nazis
engaged in the Holocaust. Herb Meyer's point was that the people Hitler
hired didn't have to be told. They didn't have to be given instructions.
All they had to do was listen to what Hitler was saying. All they had
to do was listen to what his objectives were. And he said the same
thing's happening here with this administration. He went to great pains
to say: I'm not calling this administration a bunch of Nazis. I'm just
using this as an illustration. I know people will get my point if I use
something this notorious, the Nazi regime.Online shopping for cableties from a great selection of Clothing.
a point that I've made here about the IRS. They say, "Well, you can't
link it in to Obama." You don't need to link Obama to it. He hired these
people. Lois Lerner and everybody at the IRS who's doing this is doing
everything they can to please Obama. There's not gonna be a smoking gun,
but you don't need a smoking gun to know where this administration's
doing what it's doing.