Article courtesy of Rush Limbaugh.
RUSH: Well, looky here, folks. Right on time, right on time, maybe even a little early, but maybe you can't be too early with something like this. I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers a story from the New York Post. The headline: "Why More Women Are Letting Their Husbands Cheat." Who could possibly benefit from this? That's right, Hillary Clinton.
She cannot keep up with Crazy Bernie in terms of crowd size, crowd energy. Twenty-seven thousand people. Did I read that right? Bernie Sanders, 27,000-plus came out to listen to Crazy Bernie in New York last night. And the Hillary people are saying, "Well, you know, she could be drawing crowds like that if she wanted to." Ha. Fat chance of that.
Anyway, folks, great to have you here. The telephone number if you want to be on the program, 800-282-2882, and the e-mail address, ElRushbo@eibnet.com.
It's a serious story: "Why More Women Are Letting Their Husbands Cheat." This is right along with the stories we got in the nineties. About 1995 we started seeing stories about how good lying can actually be for an entire society, right in the middle of the Clintons' administration. Yeah, telling lies, it actually facilitated progress, and it kept people's feelings from being hurt. It was actually quite good. Little white lies here and there were actually portrayed, we were told scientific research said it was very, very helpful, and it was timed to coincide with the biggest liar that had ever been in the White House at the time.