RUSH: Mrs. Clinton, unreal sound bite here. She claims in this sound bite, this was in San Diego, California Democrat state convention on Saturday. She claims to have baby-sat for the children of migrant farm workers from Mexico when she was a child in Illinois.
HILLARY: When I was growing up, the neighborhoods I lived in were surrounded by farm fields, and every harvest season we had a lot of the migrants who would come up from Mexico through Texas, following the harvest all the way up through Illinois and Michigan, and the children would go to school with us, and every Saturday morning, my church group, we’d go out and baby-sit the younger children so that the older children could join their families in the fields.
RUSH: (Laughing) Why have we not heard this before? Why have we not heard this before? We have to be suspicious of this. Remember, Mrs. Clinton said she was named after Sir Edmund Hillary, who was the first to reach the peak of Mt. Everest. The problem is, when she was born, nobody had ever heard of him; he hadn’t reach the peak yet. What did you think of the way she sounded? You know, Hillary speaks in dialects wherever she goes. She was in San Diego, southern California, and wherever she goes she has a different dialect. She has a dialect that adapts to that of the audience to whom or which she’s speaking. (Playing of Hillary Clinton dialect spoof song.) You might wonder, where has Mrs. Bill Clinton learned to do this? Well, it turns out, she has her own school. She has her own system. (Playing of Hillary dialect system spoof.) I was just thinking, Mike, in a couple days when the media watchdog websites hear this, hear about it, you might want to get the bite of Mrs. Clinton in Selma, which forms the basis of this. By the way, since we’re on the subject of Mrs. Bill Clinton, yesterday on the Senate floor, she said this.
HILLARY: The October 11th, 2002, authorization to use force has run its course, and it is time to reverse the failed policies of President Bush and to end this war as soon as possible.
RUSH: Go ahead, do this. You don’t have the guts and the courage. This is another one of these political maneuvers designed to placate their base. Have you noticed, in the debate last night the Republicans, when they play to their base, why, that’s a crime, when they play to their base, that’s insulting, when they play to their base, that’s cheap theatrics and politics. The Democrats play to their pace, brilliant strategery. You can’t do this, it’s already been voted, you voted for it. Now to go back and change it — I was telling the people at Novi, Michigan, last night outside Detroit, this is something a president cannot do. A president cannot change his mind willy-nilly in matter of days or months or even years, and these people are free to do so. Now, Mrs. Clinton, propose it. You’re in the majority in the Senate now and you’re in the majority of the House of Representatives. So don’t just say this should be done. Go ahead and actually propose it, put it on paper and put it up there. You all want to own defeat, make it official. Now, let’s go back, by the way — in fact, I want to play these two back-to-back so we’re going to play six again and seven, we’ll follow it, bam, bam. Because we’re going to go back to October 10th of 2002 on the same Senate floor. Here is Mrs. Clinton yesterday, and the next bite you will hear after that is October 10th, 2002.
HILLARY ’07: The October 11th, 2002, authorization, to use force has run its course, and it is time to reverse the failed policies of President Bush and to end this war as soon as possible.
HILLARY ’02: If left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons. He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary to terrorists, including Al-Qaeda members.
RUSH: Well, let’s not forget the rest of this bite, she’s not on the Senate floor. She went and talked to some feminist group, might have been Code Pink, I’m not sure who it was, and she said, ‘Look, I’ve looked at this intel myself. This is my vote, and it’s my decision.’ This is so cowardly convenient, to just skip out of it and try to revoke the authority all to push a lie, which is that Bush lied. Bush lied about nothing, ladies and gentlemen. He lied about nothing in regards to Iraq, the war on terror. You’re living in a media bubble here that just promotes this whole notion, ‘Well, the American people think Bush lied, 56% of the American people.’ So what? We’re going to respect the opinion of a bunch of uninformed, ignorant people? Why? ‘Why, that many people think it, it must be true.’ Sorry, it isn’t.
RUSH: Now, I want to go back, ladies and gentlemen, to March 4th of 2007. This is Mrs. Bill Clinton at the First Baptist Church in Selma, addressing this portion of her remarks that she made at that commemorative rally.
HILLARY: I don’t feel no ways tired. I come too far from where I started from. Nobody told me that the road would be easy. I don’t believe he brought me this far to leave me.
RUSH: And of course this was a new aspect of Mrs. Clinton’s talent. We were all dazzled by this, this ability to speak in dialects. It turns out that Mrs. Clinton actually has a school or a system that you can buy and learn to do exactly what she does. (Playing of Hillary Clinton dialect system spoof.) (Playing of Hillary Clinton Coal Miner’s Daughter spoof.) Mrs. Bill Clinton, the vocal interpretation there of Loretta Lynn. Gee whiz.