Unequivocal Trump on a Roll at the NRA how to get rid of sugar ants in your house Rush Limbaugh NewsRadio 740 KTRH

RUSH: president trump is amidst a tremendous amount of support and how to get rid of sugar ants in your house adulation and adoration at the NRA convention in indianapolis. They love him there. I want you to stop and think about something. Think about the — what would it be? — gumption that it takes for a politician to go to how to get rid of sugar ants in your house the NRA convention these days and talk ’em up and to support them and to give ’em a bunch of rah-rahs and to stand up for what they believe. There aren’t a whole lot of politicians who have the guts how to get rid of sugar ants in your house to do this today.

Now, trump is a class by himself in terms of fearlessness. He would go anyway. But, I mean, just to illustrate that point. You know, the drive-by media, the left wing of the democrat party — the whole of the democrat party — there is this never-ending assault on the concept of gun ownership. There’s a never-ending assault on the sanctity of second amendment, and there are constant pressure points. I mean, the media and the democrats are constantly berating people over how to get rid of sugar ants in your house guns, over support for the second amendment.

And it’s almost getting to the point where somebody says, "we gotta pull down a statue of kate smith because how to get rid of sugar ants in your house she sang a song back in the thirties," and nobody’s got the guts to stand up to it. We don’t even have anybody on TV that’s unequivocal about things. Everybody that goes on TV and says, "well, I can see that point of view but, on the other hand, you must consider the other side." this is what’s considered intellectual these days, is not having an opinion on something, being an equivocator, equivocating. "What do you think about the mueller report?"

"Well, on the one hand, I can see the importance. Yes, we needed to get to the bottom of the russians how to get rid of sugar ants in your house colluding in our elections. On the other hand, I — I — I can see that people might think there was a how to get rid of sugar ants in your house little overkill." that is what passes for intellectualism. That’s what passes for having an open mind. "What do you think about guns?" "well, I understand the need. People want to go hunting." wait a minute. The second amendment doesn’t give anybody the right to go hunting. Find the word "hunting" in the constitution. It’s not in there.

When did the second amendment start getting attached to hunting? Well, we all know the answer to that. "Well, I can see the importance of maintaining the right to how to get rid of sugar ants in your house bear arms to go hunting. We all have to eat. We have to have sports. But I don’t really think we could suggest here that having the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house right to bear arms really means that anybody who wants how to get rid of sugar ants in your house a gun can have a gun." so this equivocation… This is what people get on TV all the time, this is what people get from politicians all the time: equivocation.

Trump does not equivocate! He loves the second amendment. He supports the second amendment. He’s telling the NRA that nobody is gonna get rid how to get rid of sugar ants in your house of the second amendment as long as he is around. He doesn’t equivocate. Most people wouldn’t have… Most politicians wouldn’t have the gumption to go speak to the NRA how to get rid of sugar ants in your house — and positively. They couldn’t take the media fallout, the media criticism in any way. But to actually go to indianapolis, to stand up for one of the fundamental inalienable rights how to get rid of sugar ants in your house — the one right, in fact, that specifically states "shall not be infringed."

(stammering) "well, you know, I — I understand the founders, and, uh, things were different then. Um, uhhh, muskets, uh, had to reload after every shot. Uh, but the founders certainly didn’t intend, uh, for people to have AK-47 and to be going out, uh, and — and — and — and shooting deer and hunting." so this equivocation’s what people get on TV. This is considered expert analysis and commentary, and donald trump doesn’t equivocate — and this is another reason they hate him. This is why they think (impression), "he’s bull in a china shop, ’cause he’s not urbane, and he’s not sensitive, and he doesn’t consider both sides of the issue. He just plows straight ahead."

RUSH: donald trump on a roll at the NRA convention. As I say, we’re rolling on it, and we’ll have audio sound bites in due course. He just went on a great riff about how the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house socialists and the far-left democrats want to destroy everything we’ve done after running through a sizable list of economic how to get rid of sugar ants in your house and political achievements that have taken place in just the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house first two-years.

You know, he did something else. These are the little things that he does that nobody how to get rid of sugar ants in your house in the media even hears. They don’t even notice. And neither do democrats or republicans, for that matter, particularly from the political consultancy class. Just like during the campaign at all the trump rallies how to get rid of sugar ants in your house they never, ever saw those moments of trump humility. They don’t even think that trump knows how to be humble. So they never see it, they miss it when it happens.

But he just, in a passing reference to the 2016 campaign and his how to get rid of sugar ants in your house first night in the white house and melania’s birthday today and the upcoming 2020 campaign, he described his first night in the white house and how to get rid of sugar ants in your house how in awe he was walking through it where so how to get rid of sugar ants in your house many great people have lived and worked, so many great things have been accomplished.

That little reverence, that little reference is something that will relate to everybody how to get rid of sugar ants in your house paying attention, because it’s something that everybody — if you ever think about being president, we all do, we all think about it in a fleeting moment, maybe an hour or two, whatever, we all think about what we would do if we how to get rid of sugar ants in your house were president. And in the time that we have those thoughts, we also including living in the white house.

And to the vast majority of us, living in the white house would be one of the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house greatest honors, one of the best aspects of being president. And the opportunity to walk through the place and have how to get rid of sugar ants in your house somebody explain everything there is to know about it, well, that’s what he just did, in a sentence or two. He just said all that.

And I guarantee you that resonates, it relates to people in ways that elitists, inside-the-beltway people do not even understand. That’s so beneath them. Their minds don’t even think about the honor that it would be how to get rid of sugar ants in your house to be in the white house as president or the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house opportunity to soak up and learn all that history. To them it’s just the place you go when you run things.

I’m not saying anything other than, like typical new yorkers, they don’t spend a lot of time going to broadway because how to get rid of sugar ants in your house they can any time they want. So they take it for granted. It’s there every day. Yankee game every day during the summer, whatever new york offers, it’s there every day. Residents do much less of the tourist stuff than the how to get rid of sugar ants in your house tourists do, obviously.

And the truth be known, the broadway theater business is populated and made possible by how to get rid of sugar ants in your house tourists. New yorkers are not the primary attendees there because they how to get rid of sugar ants in your house can do it any night, so they keep putting it off. Same thing with people in washington, white house. It’s part of the neighborhood, it’s no big deal. They take it for granted. It’s not someplace you can go every day like you how to get rid of sugar ants in your house can the theater, but you get my point here.

Trump’s reference to his first night there and how in how to get rid of sugar ants in your house awe of it he was, it’s these little things that anybody listening to him, anybody in his audience hear, that convey humility. That also convey that he’s one of them, that he thinks like they do, that he appreciates the same things they do, that he holds in great reverence the same things that how to get rid of sugar ants in your house they do.

And I guarantee you, there isn’t a soul, maybe in the NRA audience some picked it up, but I guarantee you nobody in the media, if anybody in the media heard it, they’re gonna laugh it, “oh, my god. First night in the white house, oh, big deal.” they’re cynical about these things. “if that’s what you care about with the white house, you have no business living there. The white house is the seat of power. The white house is where you move your agenda.”

The white house is one of the most historic places how to get rid of sugar ants in your house in the world, given what has come from there, given who has lived there, given who has worked there. You can’t help but be in awe of the place every how to get rid of sugar ants in your house time you go. But if you go there and you’re not in awe of it, I submit to you that something is not right with how to get rid of sugar ants in your house you or that your values are not the same if how to get rid of sugar ants in your house the place is just a stop on the way.

I think these little things that he does, like thanking the audience and telling them what an honor how to get rid of sugar ants in your house it is to be with them, to be speaking to them, an honor it is for them to be there, these little things take 30 seconds. This comment that I’m telling you about took maybe half a minute, 35 seconds to deliver. But it hit a bull’s-eye.

CALLER: hey, good morning, rush. I just wanted to make a comment on your comment how to get rid of sugar ants in your house about trump’s not equivocating when faced with a decision or making how to get rid of sugar ants in your house a statement. Something I’ve noticed talking to a lot of people is that how to get rid of sugar ants in your house nowadays when someone’s confronted by someone, it seems like the new catchphrase is, "I feel… I feel…" they don’t say, "I like something/I don’t like something." it’s not black or it’s white. They say, "I feel the need to do this," or, "I feel we should do this," or, "I can’t respond to that." it seems like nowadays the general public has no conviction how to get rid of sugar ants in your house on their beliefs, and if they do, they won’t admit it.

RUSH: you talk to ’em in their homes when nobody but their families are how to get rid of sugar ants in your house around, and they’ll tell you what they think. It’s when you bring in an outsider. "Weeeell…" your point about "I feel" rather than "think," has been something that’s slowly crept into the society. Some people think I’m making too fine a point. "Rush, people mean ‘think’ when they say ‘feel.’ you’re just nitpicking." no, I’m not. There’s a big difference in feeling and thinking. Feeling can overpower thought, ’cause feeling is instinctive and thinking isn’t.

Reacting is instinctive, but thinking isn’t. Thinking takes time. Thinking is hard. It’s not taught. You know, we teach people to memorize. We teach people not to think creatively. They get in trouble when they venture outside the boundaries how to get rid of sugar ants in your house of the things they’re being taught. But if you say "I feel something," it’s also more difficult to criticize somebody’s feelings. "I — I — I feel you’re going too hard on that and I feel…" the thing to say is, "I don’t care what you feel. Tell me what you think."

But still, people are afraid to tell other people what they think how to get rid of sugar ants in your house because they’re afraid of the reaction. There are any number of things. People are afraid that they’re gonna offend somebody, and you know where that lives. Being afraid to offend somebody lives in the, "gee, I wonder what they think of me" universe. If you are very concerned with what people think of how to get rid of sugar ants in your house you — and, by the way, a lot of people are. A lot of people, that’s how they go through life. Networking. Being one thing to one person, one thing to another.

Hiding who they really are ’cause they don’t like what they really are. So they try to find out what everybody wants from how to get rid of sugar ants in your house them and deliver it. That’s a networker extraordinaire, and if you’re worried about offending somebody (which, of course, I am not), you are obviously in the prison of, "gee, I wonder what they think of me," and if you think they think poorly of you, you don’t want that — and offending somebody? Well, that’s just gonna make them mad at you.

You don’t want to do that. So people equivocate and they dial it back and they how to get rid of sugar ants in your house say, "oh, I think, in a way, I see your point maybe." now, on twitter and places where you’re anonymous? Well, that’s when all the boundaries go down, and that’s where the real reprobate riffraff happen to live. When you add anonymity or even a fake identity, then you have no restrictions on what you can say how to get rid of sugar ants in your house to anybody and how you react. So the question is, "is twitter actually telling us who americans really are?"

Do we really have a substrata of our population that how to get rid of sugar ants in your house is a bunch of evil devils? Do we really — and if so, what percentage? Well, we know from the pew research center for the people how to get rid of sugar ants in your house & the press that 22% of adults use twitter, and the vast majority of the 22% are left-wing, elite, rich liberals. Most twitter users are young, pajama-clad, anonymous. But, anyway, when you run into somebody… I’ll just say it again: when you run into anybody that does not equivocate, it stands out.

The reaction that those people get oftentimes is, "nobody, nobody knows that much. Nobody can be that sure of themselves. They’re faking it. They can’t possibly be that sure," because everybody’s trained, in one way or another, to soft sell what you believe so you don’t offend anybody. The reason you don’t want to offend anybody is ’cause you don’t want any grief coming back at you.

"Oh, I don’t know. I — I see your point. I see your point. Uh, but then I… You know, I know jonah over here, and jonah sees five different points on every issue. So I, uh, I (sigh)… I don’t know. You may have a point. I’m still not sure myself."

No! You’re listening to a phony who doesn’t have the guts to tell you what they think, and that is what’s passing now for intellectualism. Take a listen. If you doubt me, next time you listen on fox news to the next how to get rid of sugar ants in your house think tank guy or woman whatever, listen to the way they talk. (impression) "yes, uhhhh, on the one hand I can see your, ummm, point. (muttering) I see your point. But, uh… But, uh… But, uh… But, uh, have you considered the alternative? The alternative might not be palatable but it could nevertheless…"

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