CALLER: People often forget that Rush had deep appeal across both racial and ethnic lines, and I think the best expression of that was that classic song by the Rush Hawkins Singers.
TODD: If you are like me, a longtime, lifelong listener to Rush, you've heard his brilliant monologues over the decades explaining government spending and how we need to look at it.
TODD: Timeless. It's timeless, and they're showing it on display with the "let's get rid of the filibustering; let's seize elections, H.R.-1."
CALLER: I didn't get elected to it, but I brought my conservative values to light and listened to Rush Limbaugh and always followed Rush.
TODD: President Trump's lawyers have served notice on the Republican National Committee… You don't get to use Donald Trump's name or Donald Trump's image anymore in relation to fundraising.
CALLER: I've listened to Rush since 1992. I'm 47 years old. I've got kids of my own now, three.
TODD: Here's an example of when the left and right shared some common ground and we were able to debate ideas.
TODD: He's out making claims about these shots and vaccines. He is calling them "death itself," and he's not being banned… He's free to say it on Facebook and Twitter.
TODD: Above all other things, in my judgment, Rush was an expert on human nature. He loved how God made us, he studied how we work.
TODD: Rush grounded us so well in discussing the tragic death of George Floyd.
TODD: We’re here to make sure the program continues, Rush’s wisdom continues, just continue to point out the rank hypocrisy of the left suddenly pretending as if this is new news about Andy Cuomo.
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