RUSH: You called up with a false premise that I have blanketly agreed with George W. Bush, therefore how can I possibly debate Obama? I'm answering your silly question. I opposed the new Medicare entitlement. Republicans don't do entitlements. I cringed at some of the spending the Bush administration was doing. I came to the defense of Republicans in the House who were hornswoggled by all this because they dare not oppose their own president for the sake of party unity. I opposed the "new tone," Steve. I opposed from the outset the idea that the Bush administration was more friendly with its enemies than with its friends. I opposed steel tariffs. I opposed campaign finance reform. I opposed the education bill -- and that bailout didn't go well down here. I wasn't in support of that bailout, the TARP money. So nice try. That's why I say nice try. You need to expand your horizons on who I am, beyond some of these cheap little propaganda sites disguised as news sites. Who's next on this program? Rob in Binghamton in New York. Nice to have you on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.