What I Would've Sait At CPAC

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RUSH: No, Snerdley. Look, I'm going to get to it.  I got an e-mail just in time ago, "Would you stop being mean to Snerdley?"  Hey, e-mailer! Snerdley should stop interrupting me.  He's not the host.  I am.  All I'll tell you is that any organization that has a straw poll vote on who the party presidential candidate ought to be and comes up with Ron Paul is not an organization of conservatives.  I just tell you.  Something's haywire there.  I know the Ron Paul people go in there, but they had been attendees to get in there.  Ron Paul winning a straw poll at a conservative conference?

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RUSH: Geraldo Rivera Saturday night.  Every time I see Geraldo I think somebody died, when he shows up on Fox.  They're doing a show, Geraldo at Large on the Fox News Channel.

RIVERA:  It turns out that last year's CPAC keynote speaker, Rush Limbaugh, was ahead of the political curve when he dared to say then what other conservatives now openly embrace...

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