RUSH: Thirty-six hours ago the whole notion of income inequality -- in terms of what's being talked about in Washington, what's on people's minds and what to tackle next as an issue, nobody was thinking about it. And the minimum wage, nobody. All of a sudden Obama, our hero/villain, needs a change of subject. So they go to the writers. They went to the writers and said, "We need to change the script. We're losing audience here with our primary attraction, Obamacare."
RUSH: The New York Times is bidding farewell to the traditional family, the nuclear family. Mom and dad and 2.8 kids, not possible, except for the wealthy, the white, and the elite. Sayonara, adios, outta there... It's just so uncool now. See that picture? That is what is not possible in America today.
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"It's so ironic that they dubbed this thing the Affordable Care Act, which is the name they now use. They don't want to call it Obamacare because it's got a bad stigma. Well, the Affordable Care Act doesn't help them. It becomes a parody calling this thing that's going to be more expensive for everyone the Affordable Care Act. It's almost like they're ridiculing themselves." -Belling