Rush Limbaugh: In Convention Speech, Hillary Clinton Will Have To “Go Almost Monotone” To Avoid Her “Shrieking Second-Wife Persona”
Limbaugh Doubts Hillary Will “Live Up To The Talent” Of The Other Speakers
From the July 28 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): The real thing is tonight, can she do tonight without a seizure? Can she do tonight without a coughing spasm? Can she do tonight -- look at what she's got to live up to. From Biden talking about all these great things she's done with children, to her husband talking about all these great things -- what? How in the world is she going to live up to all of this? How's she going to live up to the talent, the entertainment value, whatever you want to categorize it as, of all these other speakers? I mean, Obama's good. Clinton was good. She's not good at this. She has to go almost monotone in order to keep from falling into that shrieking second-wife persona. Or first wife, I should say. Or either one.
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