Game Change Movie: Part of the Democrat War on Women
CALLER: There’s no way I was gonna watch that movie Game Change.
RUSH: Oh, that movie.
CALLER: I was too busy watching The Undefeated at the same time slot as the kickoff of Game Change.
RUSH: We watched it Saturday night, and I’m telling you: It was a cartoon.
RUSH: It was so… We sat there looking at each other in amazement, and what we were saying to each other was: “Do you realize that every liberal in the country thinks this is the Bible? They think this is Gospel.”
RUSH: The disconnect in this country is profound. There were two heroes in that movie: Steve Schmidt and Nicolle Wallace. They were heroes. Everybody else didn’t know what they were doing. It was just over the top, so outrageous that I was asking myself, “How many people actually believe this happened?” It was such a caricature. There was nothing real about it.
CALLER: Well, you know, if we see a good running mate… If Romney does indeed get the nomination — which, you know, my loyalties lay elsewhere, but if Romney does indeed get the nomination — if we had a Marco Rubio you might see the same enthusiasm behind Romney that you saw behind McCain once he chose Palin.
RUSH: Could be.
CALLER: Because I stood down on a football field in September of 2008 along with 50 to 60,000 other people in Beaver Falls, PA. You probably know where that is.
RUSH: Yeah, I do.
CALLER: And I stood there for three hours waiting for her to come, and you (chuckles) would not have had that crowd if it would have been McCain.
RUSH: Well, that’s the thing. This movie misses the whole point about Palin. Palin is the only thing that gave that campaign a heartbeat, gave it any life. Palin was generating the crowds. I’ll tell you what. That movie — that movie Game Change — is part of the Democrat war on women. No question.