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Senator Bob Dole Calls into the Show the Day before the Election Rush Limbaugh - Timeless Wisdom

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RUSH: Hey, guess what, we got Senator Dole on the phone, Senator Dole is back on the road. He's. Are you in Houston, Senator Dole? 
Dole: Just landed in Houston and I have Governor Bush and President Bush in the car with me here. 
RUSH: Well, terrific. We're sorry we missed you on Friday, but you're going all out and I'm telling you, Senator, there's optimism out there. I'm sure you see it and know it, but it doesn't hurt for you to to be told from independent sources. 
Dole: No, we really - you know, it feels good. We're not obviously if you believe polls we're still a little bit behind, but there's a lot of enthusiasm. We feel good about it. We think, you know, we've been on the road 75 straight hours. We've got 21 to go. The crowds are big, enthusiastic. They want this guy out of there. 
RUSH: That's absolutely that's absolutely right. How are you holding up? 
Dole: Holding up very well, we got my - I'm little hoarse, but otherwise in good shape. We get a little catnaps on the airplane and we've got about four or five stops to go and it'll be noon tomorrow and I'll vote in Russell, Kansas, and then we'll head back to Washington, D.C. to watch the victory return. 
RUSH: Senator Dole, I got to I've got to run this by you because I know if you haven't heard it, it's just going to amuse you. But in the political hotline today, there's a story running around that after the election, should the president somehow manage to eke this out, that he's going to ask you to head up the Medicare reform bipartisan blue ribbon committee? And you know, there's there's all this. The president's going to hire a bunch of Republicans to replace retiring cabinet officers and write your names out there is setting up the Medicare bipartisan. Would you care to decline or accept that offer now? 
Dole: I'm glad I would decline an offer of over the strong feeling as far as senior citizens. But after he has distorted the truth and the facts about Medicare, I wouldn't feel comfortable serving that position. And we're going to win. So maybe he'll chair the commission. 
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RUSH: Hey, guess what, we got Senator Dole on the phone, Senator Dole is back on the road. He's. Are you in Houston, Senator Dole? 
Dole: Just landed in Houston and I have Governor Bush and President Bush in the car with me here. 
RUSH: Well, terrific. We're sorry we missed you on Friday, but you're going all out and I'm telling you, Senator, there's optimism out there. I'm sure you see it and know it, but it doesn't hurt for you to to be told from independent sources. 
Dole: No, we really - you know, it feels good. We're not obviously if you believe polls we're still a little bit behind, but there's a lot of enthusiasm. We feel good about it. We think, you know, we've been on the road 75 straight hours. We've got 21 to go. The crowds are big, enthusiastic. They want this guy out of there. 
RUSH: That's absolutely that's absolutely right. How are you holding up? 
Dole: Holding up very well, we got my - I'm little hoarse, but otherwise in good shape. We get a little catnaps on the airplane and we've got about four or five stops to go and it'll be noon tomorrow and I'll vote in Russell, Kansas, and then we'll head back to Washington, D.C. to watch the victory return. 
RUSH: Senator Dole, I got to I've got to run this by you because I know if you haven't heard it, it's just going to amuse you. But in the political hotline today, there's a story running around that after the election, should the president somehow manage to eke this out, that he's going to ask you to head up the Medicare reform bipartisan blue ribbon committee? And you know, there's there's all this. The president's going to hire a bunch of Republicans to replace retiring cabinet officers and write your names out there is setting up the Medicare bipartisan. Would you care to decline or accept that offer now? 
Dole: I'm glad I would decline an offer of over the strong feeling as far as senior citizens. But after he has distorted the truth and the facts about Medicare, I wouldn't feel comfortable serving that position. And we're going to win. So maybe he'll chair the commission. 
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