From the June 12 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): So I did check the emails over the break, and as I knew would happen, I got the usual snark: what do you mean Obama promotes the politics of grievance? Look, folks, I really don't mind debating issues, but debating facts is a waste of time, and you and I know how Obama does this. It happened with Skip Gates, it happened -- I could run down a roster of things where this is what happens: the first reports of an episode happen, and Obama's instincts, the first thing he says about whatever event that just happened is always going to be tainted by his instinct which is racial grievance. And then when we learn later that that had nothing to do with what had happened – I can give you movie shootings, I can give you any – movie theater shoot ups, any of these events, the Fort Hood thing, anything. Whenever Obama, his first reaction is always going to parallel those who have a sense of grievance about things where race is involved, and then after the facts are known, Obama doesn’t go back and clean it up. Sometimes he does, sometimes he – but he never does so in the sense that he’s correcting himself. So, his instincts betray him. And I’m just saying it’s not unifying. And I don’t think Obama’s trying to be unifying, I think Obama stands with people he thinks have been given the shaft, ever since this country was founded. I think his objective is to even the playing field, as he defines it, and the way he does it is to transfer discrimination from one group to the next, rather than end it. His prescription is payback, and that’s what we’re all getting here.