From the April 26 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
LIMBAUGH: What the people of Arizona are saying is, they know some civil rights will probably be violated along the way, but they don't care. They want the law anywhere.
You've got Hezbollah in Arizona. You've got Mexican drug cartels operating in Arizona. You've got the steady stream of illegals over the border, and you've got people being killed now in Arizona. They are at their wits' end. Enforcing the law is the overall thing, and if there are some civil rights violations, so be it. That's how desperate the situation is. They want the law anyway.
See, not everybody thinks that civil rights are the end-all and be-all of every single issue. But folks in Washington just cannot imagine that. "Civil rights violations? Oh my gosh. The worst thing we could possibly do is have civil rights violations" -- because it's code words. It's simple code words. "Civil rights violations." You know who that's designed to stir up. And who's Obama stirring up anyway?
We gotta reconnect young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women for 2010 -- in a video put out by the DNC over the weekend. This is the regime at its racist best. What's the regime doing? Asking blacks and Latinos to join him in a fight. What is a campaign if not a fight? He's asking young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women to reconnect. To fight who? Who's this fight against?
Civil rights violations in Arizona. We've got to make sure that the state of Arizona plays fair. Who is this fight against?
If I may say something to the leader of this regime, I mean this from the bottom of my heart. We've never had a president like this, who has purposely come to divide people. But he has, and he is. With that video, seeking to reconnect young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and other women for 2010. Against who?
Freedom has no color, Mr. President. Freedom has no race. Freedom is a human right granted by God. It is not to be parceled out by arrogant eggheads like you to people who you think are more deserving of freedom than others. Freedom ain't you.