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RUSH: Here’s Russ, Bloomington Indiana. We go back to the phones. Great to have you on program, sir. Hi.

CALLER: Hi. Mega dittos from the Left Coast of Indiana.

RUSH: Thank you very much, sir. Very, very clever.

CALLER: I want to get straight to the point. I wonder if our president isn’t learning, because of his handling of the Secret Service prostitution scandal. He’s standing back; he’s not gonna jump to judgment on this. But he certainly didn’t wait with the Zimmerman case.

RUSH: Well… Don’t make me say this.

CALLER: (laughing)

RUSH: Why do you think he’s learning anything? What is the relationship between the debauchery of the Secret Service and the Zimmerman case?

CALLER: Well, his boy mouthpiece last night was saying on the news how… No, his — his — his — You know, Mr. President Obama was not gonna jump to any rash conclusions and he was gonna give time for, you know, the investigation and all the facts to come forward.

RUSH: Right.

CALLER: But, you know, perhaps he didn’t do that down in Florida.

RUSH: There’s no advantage either way in the Secret Service story. There’s no —

CALLER: You don’t believe that he could jump in and defend those women in trying circumstances in South America?

RUSH: Now, look. Look. Look. Whatever else the Secret Service is, they guard his life. He’s not gonna stand in and take up for the prostitutes. And he’s not gonna ask if it their contraceptives were provided.

CALLER: (choking laughing)

RUSH: You like that, huh? Whatever… As much as a lot of… The Clintons were not particularly fond of the Secret Service, and vice-versa. Particularly Hillary, from everything we’ve heard from FBI agents that were there like Gary Aldrich. But they still protect the president’s life. He’s not gonna jump in here. Colombian hookers are a small, small voting bloc.

CALLER: (laughing)

RUSH: The Secret Service protects his life. You like that one, too, huh?


RUSH: Hee-hee-hee-hee-hee-hee-hee. Well, there really is no commonality between this story and the Sanford, Florida, George Zimmerman case. There’s really not. You know, a lesser experienced talk show host coulda walked right into this trap, but not I. (interruption) Well, if I mention a trap, I walk into it. So, sorry. I don’t mention the trap.

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