A 13 Year Old Speaks on Rush's Radio Show Regarding Obama
RUSH: Here's Natalie, 13 years old, I just saw this, Natalie in Beverly Hills, California. Great to have you on the program, Natalie.
CALLER: First of all, I wanted to discuss with you about the infatuation my school has with President Obama. This guy pretty much scares me because I want to be a CEO one day, and I walk through the hallways and I see big pictures of him. I go into the library one day, and here's a huge framed photograph of President Obama, and I asked, "Where is the picture that we used to have of George Bush?" which we didn't. I wanted to know why there wasn't a picture of George Bush up and why there was just something of President Obama? That scared me completely.
RUSH: Wow. At 13, this alarmed you, scared you, to see pictures of the great leader all over the hallways of your school.
CALLER: It did. They treat him like he's a king, like he's like the Second Coming, I mean --
RUSH: Why? Do you know why they do?
CALLER: Because they say it's a historic moment that they want us all to relish in. I don't agree with that.
RUSH: What do they say is historic?
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