Rush on "Citizens of the World"

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    "I speak today as both a citizen of the United States and of the world. I come with the heartfelt wishes of my people for peace, bearing honest proposals and looking for genuine progress."

    Anyone have any thoughts about the SPEAKER of the above "Citizen of the World" quote.

    Citizen of the World Rips America
    July 24, 2008
    RUSH: I'll wait until we get the bites and see if what I'm expecting in these, "citizen of the world" stuff. When he started talking about that, that's when the red flags went up. And one of the things about this citizen of the world stuff, I understand what he means by it. You know, we've all got to come together and get along and all of this, but I tell you, I'm growing weary of Democrats and their presidential candidates finding something wrong with being an American citizen. Or maybe not finding something wrong with it but wanting to deemphasize American citizenship.
     
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    hussein is a new world order idiot pard... and he can kiss my red, white and blue ass.
     
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    What would Ronaldus Magnus say about the speaker of that quote?
     
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    What do you say about it? Better yet... are you an American, or a "citizen of the world?"
     
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    Can't I be both and still be a Reaganite???
     
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    You waited for nothing then.

    No, I'm not a citizen of the world. I'm an American. I was born in America, not the world. I served in the United States Air Force, not the Air Force of the world. I live in the state of Wisconsin, in the United States of America, not Wisconsin, the world. Get it?

    Now... got any more cockamaamy ideas you think are so cheeky?
     
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    Haha, that sounded kinda funny.
     

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