I've interviewed Dinesh D'Souza two times for the Limbaugh Letter about his two movies and about one of his books. I think he's even been on the program a couple times over the recent number of years. And all of this time I was under the impression that Dinesh D'Souza got Obama. I was. I had the impression that Dinesh D'Souza knew Obama. I was under the impression that Dinesh D'Souza knew what we were up against with Obama. It turned out I was wrong, in a very key way. Now, I don't want anybody misunderstand.
This is not a criticism of D'Souza. It's an eye-opener about a lot of people on what I call "our side." You remember back on January 16th, 2009, a few days before Obama was to be inaugurated, I mentioned on this program the Wall Street Journal had asked me (along with a lot of other people) to write 400 words on my hopes for the administration, the first African-American president, Barack Hussein O. And I told you what I told them, 'cause I wrote back and I said, "I don't need 400 words; all I need is four words: 'I hope he fails.'"