RUSH: Here’s Brian in Ontario, Canada. It’s nice to have you, sir, on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. How are you?
RUSH: Fine, sir.
CALLER: Rush, you know, I get a little bit out of touch sometimes if I travel on business, and I just would like you on a daily basis to update us as to whether you are totally irrelevant or you’re a threat to America, so we can all keep track.
RUSH: Are you confused about this?
CALLER: Well, you know, if you don’t catch the news at night, you don’t know if Rush Limbaugh is washed up —
RUSH: Oh, I see.
CALLER: — or do Americans need to bring in the Fairness Doctrine, because from day to day, it changes.
RUSH: That’s an excellent point. I remember after McCain won the Florida nomination —
RUSH: — all the Drive-By Media said, ‘Well, that’s it. Limbaugh’s influence is over. He’s had it. He’s suggested people vote for Romney a couple days before the primary and it didn’t happen. Limbaugh has always been overstated.’ Not long after that I became a threat, and now there’s Operation Chaos. It’s a great illustration of just how seriously flawed in terms of journalism, the Drive-By Media actually is. But I think to answer your question, when did we start Operation Chaos? Actually, we go back before that. I’ve been relevant every day of this year, every day of this year of the Democrat primaries getting nip and tuck. I’ll think about that. I’ll make an announcement, so audience members will not be confused, whether listening to somebody relevant or irrelevant, listening to a fad nor a has-been. It might be something well worth updating the audience on a daily basis. With the way the Drive-Bys report on this show, it can lead to confusion.