TODD: It is like Rush listened to the speech Biden's mouth read last night.
TODD: Rush fully understood that liberalism and cultural leftism, so economic liberalism and cultural leftism, they're conjoined twins. One needs the other to survive.
TODD: Back in the day, if you so much as criticized Barack Obama, it was racism… Rush proved how you get around the media's silly game.
TODD: A good friend of Rush's who called the program because Rush had wrongly been accused of making racist comments he never made. Ken Hutcherson, former linebacker for the Cowboys and the Seahawks.
TODD: A life well lived, the touch points. We don't all get to be Rush and go meet people like William Shatner.
TODD: It is Open Line Friday. We are talking to people about how Rush illustrated absurdity in ways that they remember.
CALLER: My first experience of Rush was back in the early nineties just before I actually moved here… I heard some news in Australia about "a controversial radio speaker."
TODD: Andrew Cuomo doubling and tripling down that he is not going to resign, and this is going to be a very, very interesting titanic battle, really, on the Democrat side.
TODD: Cultural references like daylight savings, they were always a Rush Limbaugh favorite.
CALLER: It's been awesome being able to listen to him and then having you guys still carry on the message and deliver it to us here. Thank you.
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