Rush: "Real Question" About State Dinner For China Is "Whether Everybody's Going To Be Hungry A Half-Hour After They Eat"
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From the January 19 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
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LIMBAUGH: By the way, just to be clear, folks, still not certain here whether Harry Reid meant his comment about the ChiComs being a dictatorship in a derogatory or complimentary way. I mean, China is an authoritarian, collectivist dictatorship, but we don't know that Dingy Harry would necessarily find any fault with that. He seems to be in support of that kind of -- and we certainly know Thomas L. Friedman of The New York Times love the authoritarianism of the ChiComs. He says when the ruling elite of the right people meets democracy -- hands down, it's the only way you're really going to get things done. Thomas L. Friedman of The New York Times.
The real question about this state dinner tonight is that whether everyone's going to be hungry a half-hour after they eat, but I don't know that we'll get any news on that.