And why he doesn’t like to ever say the word terror in any form.
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CALLER: Well, he doesn’t want to prosecute these people like terrorists.
RUSH: That’s true. But it’s not because he’s in denial. It’s because he’s trying to convince everybody’s Al-Qaeda’s on the run. He’s trying to convince everybody he’s defeated terrorism. He’s trying to convince everybody — for the advancement of his agenda — that we beat it back. Remember, this guy wants to cut the defense budget dramatically.
CALLER: Oh, yeah.
RUSH: What did Obama talk about in his remarks? The need for diversity. If we’re more diverse, we’ll send a message that the terrorists don’t need to attack us. Not only does he try to create the impression he’s defeated it, he actually wants — don’t forget who he is.
RUSH: Messianic complex. He thinks still, I think, that he can talk ’em out of it.
CALLER: Absolutely. Absolutely.
RUSH: ‘Cause he’s a good guy. He’s the first good guy this country’s ever really had. And if he just has a chance to talk to ’em, like the Cairo speech, they’ll go away. They’ll realize we’re not a threat, that we love ’em, we have no intention to harm ’em, and they’ll stand down and therefore the only people that commit terrorism will be white guys that do videos that we’ll put in jail.
CALLER: Well, he got away with it in Benghazi, with the whole Benghazi thing right before the election. And he got away with it with Fort Hood, saying workplace violence. I mean, some of this stuff makes me so angry because so many people in my family have been in the military.
RUSH: I know what you mean by “in denial.” Denial means he’s not seeing reality. He knows full well what’s going on. He’s trying to make sure that you don’t see it that way. His purpose is to talk you out of believing what you just said you believe here. That’s the objective.