Limbaugh: "We created this whole concept of a testicle lockbox in connection with Mrs. Clinton"

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Nationally syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh reminded his August 25 listeners that "we created this whole concept of a testicle lockbox in connection with Mrs. [Sen. Hillary Rodham] Clinton [D-NY]." Limbaugh added, "I mean, she has that kind of appeal to people." Limbaugh has repeatedly used the phrase "testicle lockbox" in discussing Clinton.

From the August 25 broadcast of The Rush Limbaugh Show:

LIMBAUGH: But a lot of Democrats are worried that, you know, she doesn't have what it takes. She doesn't connect on TV. We talked about this. She doesn't come across as friendly. She doesn't -- she, you know, she's like -- my favorite name for her is Nurse Ratched. I mean, we created this whole concept of a testicle lockbox in connection with Mrs. Clinton. I mean, she has that kind of appeal to people. She's -- you fill in the blanks here.

From the April 21, 2004, broadcast of The Rush Limbaugh Show:

LIMBAUGH: If I were [Washington Post assistant managing editor] Bob Woodward, I would be on a lookout for Mrs. Clinton and her testicle lockbox, because she has just been snookered, like every other liberal, by believing what Woodward says is in his book in these interviews, as opposed to what's actually in these books, or this book, because it's exactly what she claims she needs in an administration.

From the April 15, 2004, broadcast of The Rush Limbaugh Show:

LIMBAUGH: Now if Hillary does become Kerry's VP, will she have to change her positions to be on the same page with Kerry or will Kerry have to change his? [laughter] Don't forget that testicle lockbox, folks. [laughter] Just 'cause we haven't talked about it in a while does not mean [laughter] that it's -- that it's been buried.

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