The Lessons of the NY-9 Election
It’s a tough district for Democrats, folks, we all have to realize this. They’ve held that seat for 93 years. It’s a tough place for ’em. New York 9, very, very tough place. That Debbie “Washerwoman” Schultz, head of the Democrat National Committee said that, a very tough district for the Democrats. Feeling sorry for ’em today. How are you, folks? Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha. Oh, you talk about having an itch and unable to scratch it but today I can. Great to have you here, Rush Limbaugh, the EIB Network and the Limbaugh Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies. All during this New York 9 thing, I have been going back and forth. Should I say what I know? Should I divulge what I know? Because it would, one way or the other, have a huge impact on the outcome.
There’s a lesson here, by the way. I did not mention the fact throughout all of this that the winner last night in New York 9, Mr. Bob Turner, is the man who gave me my television show in 1992. Bob Turner was the CEO of Multimedia. This is back in the days of Jerry Springer, Sally Jessy Raphael, Phil Donahue, and it was Bob Turner who took the risk, it was Bob Turner who took the flier. And it was then that Roger Ailes and I teamed up and then partnered with Bob Turner. He was the CEO of Multimedia, which at the time was a large television syndication outfit.