The conversation went something like this, according to a transcript at Rush Limbaugh’s website:
CALLER: Well, I’m glad you’re home. Just something real quick just to go along with what you’re talking about, the president’s favoritism amongst people is low. We went to a college football game here in Michigan this last weekend, and they did a public service announcement during the game. It reminded me more of like a, “yes, we can” kind of deal again, but it was about taking care of each other and working together.
RUSH: Okay, now, wait. Wait, wait. I don’t want gloss over this.
RUSH: Who did the PSA? On whose behalf was it?
RUSH: It was an Obama PSA?
CALLER: Yes. Joe Biden’s face was talking about doing things together along with students. He was in the middle of the announcement. It was about a 30-second announcement. It was put up on all the big screens at the stadium.
CALLER: And at the very end of the announcement was President Obama. And as soon as his face came up there, there were boos in that stadium that surprised me. I was just so happy to hear it because I thought, you know, it was like a positive thing for me, because it was like, okay, other people are feeling the same way I am.
CALLER: A lot of the people in that stadium –
CALLER: — including the student section.
The reaction appears to have been well received by some who were actually there:
Never been more proud to be a Spartan when the Student Section boo'd Obama.
— Sam Willis (@CarmelChewy) October 5, 2014
Obama came on the scoreboard and unanimous "boo" went through the stadium #spartyon
— Jake Wasko (@jake_wasko) October 5, 2014
Apparently, there’s hope for the country yet…
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