HEINZ KERRY: I know. You know what? I thought that was fine ’cause he says that sometimes. What I kind of winced is when he said he married even more up than the president. I said, “Huh! How does he know that?” (Laughter.) But, but no. But he’s said that before, and it’s funny. You know, guy (unintelligible) make a joke.
RUSH: I’m not laughing here. I somehow get the impression that, you know, she winced. She winced when she talks about here’s him talking about “marrying up,” and she’s the one trying to make a joke out of it, and then this. Meredith Vieira said, “I want to ask you about the polls today. The New York Times showing, at least the Times’ poll, your husband and Bush neck and neck. What do you say to your husband? What does he need to do to get those undecided voters that could make a difference? What do you advise him to do?”
HEINZ KERRY: Well, I’m not a lot with him or talk to him maybe once a week for about two seconds. But I would say, “Be yourself. Be warm. Be vulnerable, because I think vulnerability allows you to lead.”
RUSH: Uh, you know, that’s a hell of a push for independent undecided voters. I mean, that’s a really a way to get those people out. “I’m not a lot with him, talk to him maybe once a week for about two seconds”? Ladies and gentlemen, this is a woman who’s unhappy with this campaign. I mean, she’s unhappy that it’s taken her husband away from her; she doesn’t talk to him, and now she’s saying, “Go be vulnerable. It’s a great way to lead” when asked what he should do to get the independent voters out? This is just a flavor here, but it doesn’t sound like the kind of thing that you would hear from a wife who is excited about her husband being on the verge of winning the presidency. Does it? Does it? I mean, I can be wrong, but?
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