RUSH: Practically every story today in the Stack of Stuff, practically every one is a chronicle of how liberalism is destroying our country. Practically every story. And if it’s not every one, it’s practically every one. Maybe one or two in here that are upbeat, inspiring, but the rest of it is simply a daily chronicle of the descent to garbage and trash that is happening to our country.
Great to have you with us, folks, Rush — (interruption) well, yeah, it’s a good way to put it. I think people need to know. You got all these people thinking, “It’s not right, doesn’t feel right, country not on the right track.” Well, why not? It’s our job to tell people that otherwise haven’t put two and two together. That’s what we do. I know some of you may think, “Gosh, can’t you do something positive, inspiring?” Well, in a way this is, because we’re identifying it, we’re presenting an alternative to it, standing up for what is the opposite of all of this. I don’t know how you even characterize it. It’s just trash. Let me ask you a question.
By the way, 800-282-2882 if you want to be on the program, I am Rush Limbaugh, but you know that. And it’s the EIB Network and you also know.
Let me ask you this. If I were to just announce, say right now, “I have an announcement to make, to you, the people of this audience and to everyone in America. And my announcement is that I am straight. I am heterosexual. And you know what? I’m proud. I am proud to be a heterosexual. And I’m normal. I have sex with a woman.” Do you think people would get mad? What do you think the reaction out there amongst the left would be?
You know what they would say? “Why are you telling us that? What business is it? Why are you telling us that for?” Or some such. It would not be applaused. I guarantee you they wouldn’t applaud me. They’d make some derisive comment about it, or they would accuse me of trying to taint things. Or it would be called an attack on people who aren’t heterosexual. It would not be greeted with welcome acceptance, would it? By people on the left. Otherwise might think, “Okay, what’s the trick?” There is no trick.
I’m just demonstrating, if you announce that you’re straight and heterosexual, you could get yourself in trouble with certain people, ’cause it could be said that you’re just in people’s face. “You don’t have to tell people that. You don’t have to tell people that. Back off. What are you trying to do, intimidate people? What are you trying to do, make people feel bad?”
“What do you mean, I’m just telling you, I’m straight. I’m proud of it. I’m normal. I’m happy, and I have sex with a woman.” That would be provocative. And you know it as well as I know it. Robert Rorke, New York Post writer, writing about Caitlyn Jenner. Actually, there are a number of women writing, “I’m not gonna call her Caitlyn Jenner. This is Bruce Jenner, everybody knows it’s Bruce Jenner. It’s not Caitlyn Jenner and I’m not falling for this.”
There’s a number of women, albeit conservative women that I’ve seen in the course of show prep today, refusing to fall for this. There’s a story, I don’t know who, I can’t pronounce the names anymore of American journalists, and I don’t even know their sex. I look at somebody’s name and I can’t tell you if they’re male or female by virtue of the name. I used to be able to. But you can’t in some cases anymore. So I don’t know if it’s a man or a woman writing.
Anyway, the point of the story is that Bruce Jenner, as a heterosexual Olympian and as the father figure in the Kardashian clan had a net worth of a hundred million dollars, but Caitlyn Jenner is going to earn $500 million over the next 10 years. That’s the potential, that is the marketing potential that Caitlyn Jenner now has. Now, what does that tell you? This is a guess, I mean, it’s a projection based on people in the endorsement business and the makeup business.
Can you wait to see the L’Oreal commercials coming up, whatever it is that they’re gonna be. Five-hundred million dollars. It’s a freak show, folks. It’s a freak show. Nobody wants to call it what it is, but what do you think the public — I should ask, is this monumental amount of attention, is it admiration, is it curiosity, is it approval, is it, “Gee, I don’t believe what I’m seeing”? How would you categorize this interest? All of the above? ‘Cause there’s some approval in there, some encouragement in there, some freak show in there, some “I don’t believe what I’m looking at.” Some “man, is this cool. I don’t know what else is going on in America, but this is finally something exciting.”
There’s the gawker aspect to it. But what’s the dominant, which of those describes the — (interruption) You think the majority of the public reaction is, “I can’t believe it, but I’m gonna watch it because, man, it’s better than anything on TV, except it will be on TV except it is on TV.” You know, Bruce Jenner or whatever is gonna get his revenge on the Kardashians because his show is gonna bigger than theirs and he’s gonna make more money than they do and he’s gonna do it without ’em.
So I’m heterosexual, proudly, normal, happy, well adjusted, no guilt, and I have relations with a woman. I just wanted to state it, go public. I know it’s provocative to the left.
Try this. This is from the Minneapolis Star Tribune. This not some flaky penny savior publication in Minneapolis. This is the primary newspaper. “Mpls. Private School Takes Students to Adult Novelty Store for Sex Ed Lesson.”
Imagine you’re a parent, you live in Minneapolis, it’s a private school you send your kids to because it’s so polluted and disgusting in the public school. So you’re spending additional money to send your child to a private school in Minneapolis and then you find out that the leader of the private school took your kid — this is school for 11, 12, and 13-year-olds — took your son or daughter on a sex education field trip to an adult novelty store. It happened late last week.
“Lynn Floyd, whose 11- and 13-year-old daughters were part of the outing to the Smitten Kitten.” That’s the name of the adult store. “ItÂ’s just a major breach of trust. You just canÂ’t erase those images.” She means the little kids going to the sex store and what they see will be indwelled on their minds forever.
You know what the name of the school is? Ready for this? The Gaia Democratic School. Not G-a-y-a, but the earth princess, Gaia, the Gaia Democratic school. “A leader of Gaia Democratic School and the host of the field trip defended the outing, saying the visit capped a monthslong sex education class,” for 11, 12, and 13-year-olds. The director is Starri Hedges. It sounds like a porn star. Starri Hedges, S-t-a-r-r-i, “Director Starri Hedges, who also teaches the schoolÂ’s sex education class, said she wanted to provide a safe and welcoming environment for students to learn about human sexual behavior.”
Her classroom obviously wasn’t safe, and she didn’t think that the kids’ homes were safe. Nope, she had to round ’em up and take them to the Smitten Kitten, the adult bookstore. Starri Hedges said, “What I saw happening on our trip, I thought it was beautiful because kids could talk to these sex educators without any shame, without any fear.” Oh, so the proprietors at the adult bookstore are now sex educators.
So the teacher, the leader, surrendered all teaching or much of the teaching to the people that run the Smitten Kitten, and the kids were permitted to ask questions of the people that own, operate, and work at the Smitten Kitten. Now, the Gaia Democratic school “is a K-12 school with a motto promising academic freedom, youth empowerment and democratic education. Parents say the school has about 25 students…” What kind of place is this? (chuckling) Twenty-five in the whole school, K-12? Is that right?
“Parents say the school has about 25 students including several described by administrators as transgender.” Ooh, that means it’s hip. That means it’s with it. That means it’s cutting edge. Transgender: That is the new “it” thing. “IRS records show the school, housed in a Unitarian church on Mount Curve Avenue, has an annual budget of about $100,000.” What the hell is this, folks? So you got a private school called the Gaia Democratic School with 25 students, housed in a Unitarian church.
And they go on a field trip to an adult bookstore for sex education. “While at Smitten Kitten, students sat in the front in a library section of the store, Hedges said. Everything deemed pornographic was off limits to the students, though sex toys and other products were visible, Hedges said.” Well then, what does it mean, “Everything deemed pornographic was off limits, if the sex toys are there, and if the 11-, 12-, and 13-year-olds see them and can ask the teachers (i.e., the employees of the Smitten Kitten), “Hey, what is that?”
“Well, little Johnny, let me tell you what this is. This is… Uh, it’s often. It’s a dildo.”
(little kid impression) “Really? Really? What what what what what is a dildo?”
I would love to hear the answer to the question! I mean, we’re talking sex toys here, 11-, 12-, and 13-year-olds. And, of course — shockingly — the story points out the kids loved it. (laughing) Well, heck yes, they loved it! Who knows what they did. You know, my always question is: Were they given a pack of cigarettes at the end of the field trip to complete the lesson? Now, Starri Hedges is not a porn star. I just said that that’s the name, and it sounds like somebody who could be a porn star.
Starri Hedges said, “It was certainly the first time we have taken that kind of field trip and it will probably be our last, which I feel bad because the kids had so much fun.” Snerdley would have loved it. Snerdley would have eaten this up. Snerdley is the kind of guy at 11, 12, he’d be first one on the bus, and they would have had to drag him out of the Smitten Kitten. You can’t blame the kids here.
For crying out loud, 11, 12? Their hormones are just starting to rage, all these things going on in their young bodies they don’t understand and they’re taken to a place where all of a sudden all those things they don’t understand start to make sense. (interruption) It doesn’t say anything about an exam. It was just the safe environment that the Smitten Kitten was said to be.
How about Obama? “I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office.” Folks, who talks that way? Who in the world talks that way? What in the world would inspire somebody to say that — the president of the United States — particularly when it comes nowhere near being true? Henry Kissinger’s been in the Oval Office. He is Jewish. There have been all kinds of Jewish… Not presidents, of course, but he didn’t say that. He said, “I’m the closest thing to a Jew that’s ever sat in this office.”
I don’t know anybody who talks like this, not in sophisticated circles. People that do talk like this are kind of people that are running around defensive or angry or have the proverbial chip on their shoulders. It is not specified when this bizarre comment was made but, you know, Obama, he has these imaginary straw people that he always talks about, the people that don’t exist. Like Little Dick Gephardt’s got his rich friend that always wanted tax increases.
Obama’s got these kind of guys, too: Imaginary children, imaginary ancestors. But, I mean, Obama must think… To talk like this, “I’m the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office,” Obama must think that people think he’s anti-Israel. Why would people think that he’s anti-Israel? Who in their right mind could possibly think that Barack Hussein Obama is anti-Israel? I mean, he sat in the pews of an anti-Semite preacher in church, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright for more than 20 years.
But like Bill Clinton said he “never inhaled,” Obama said he never listened. President Obama… Did you know this? He worked with Reverend Wright’s close friend and political buddy, Calypso Louie Farrakhan on the Million Man March. A man who said upon taking office that he wanted to “put more daylight” between himself and Israel. A man who wants to give the Palestinians a state without any concessions from them.
A man who is determined to protect Iran while it develops a nuclear arsenal. A man who sent his top advisors to try to influence their elections so that Benjamin Netanyahu would lose. Aman who, after he was unsuccessful in throwing Israel’s election, said the US will no longer defend Israel at the UN. Why would anybody think this man is anti-Israel? “I’m the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office”?
“White House press secretary Josh Earnest endorsed the sentiment Tuesday, saying Mr. Obama gave a heartfelt speech at a Jewish synagogue in Washington last month that expressed ‘the kinds of common bonds and common values that are embodied in his [Regime] that are advocated by the Jewish community.'” Well, man, you could have fooled me! “I’m the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office.”
Try this headline: “Working 9-to-5 Becoming a Less Popular Way to Make a Living.” See what I mean? Every story, folks — every story — is about the decline or the attack or the plunging into perversion and whatever else that our society is doing/having happen to it/seeing/witnessing. Every story is chronicling this.