JASON: In the Republican caucus, in the conference meetings we had once a week, I can tell you: Rush Limbaugh was beloved — and to those few who didn't love him, they feared him.
JASON: You've got to identify the opposition, and Rush did this in a funny way by explaining what a Gorbasm is.
JASON: You just talk about Dr. Seuss, and you talk about it ad infinitum. Rush talked about this not long ago.
JASON: You'll have permanent ballot harvesting. You can take ballots 10 days after the election just to see how many you need, then you can go get 'em, right?
JASON: Rush and his clarion call to establishment Republicans to get out of the way.
JASON: Let's kick it off with what Kathryn was talking about yesterday, and that is the great debate on the Rush Limbaugh program between cats and dogs and the new Limbaugh kitten.
CALLER: He is going to be so missed, but as conservatives I think we need to stick together more than ever now and just hope that things get better.
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