From the November 12 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH: By the way, it's spreading now, ladies and gentlemen. Ithaca. The students at Ithaca College in upstate New York are staging a walkout over racial issues.
Their only complaint is an alumnus called a student a savage at some college event. I kid you not, that's it. Students at Ithaca staging a walkout because somebody called somebody else a savage. Now it seems to me that the racism here has to be in the hearts and minds of the students walking out. If you sit there -- if you hear someone call somebody you savage you, you savage, and the first thing you think of is African-Americans are -- what does that make you? The students are self-identifying here as racists, claiming that it's the campus that's racist. The students at Ithaca are demanding the school's president resign. In fact, they're going to hold a vote to decide whether he can keep his job if he refuses to resign. You know, Reagan dealt with this stuff back when he was governor of California -- Berkeley, 1960. You know what Reagan did? Call out the National Guard. Put a stop to this stuff.