But you don’t, because you’re not nearly as important as the president. You’re not the target the president is. Well, in fact, I don’t see the president’s kids in danger. I don’t see the president’s kids going to Sandy Hook elementary. I don’t see the president’s kids living in Chicago. Other people’s kids do. And they love them just as much. And they want to protect them just as much.
I’m guessing this paragraph from the transcript is what sam had in mind (Thanks, UNTR! I was sure someone on RO would be able to get that transcript.). Isolated from context, it does suggest Rush was saying that Pres. Obama’s kids don’t need/deserve protection; in context, Rush was mocking the mindset of a lib/Prog blogger, and stated previously that, of course, any POTUS’s kids need/deserve protection.
The problem isn’t the double layer of protection at Sasha & Malia’s school (Secret Service and the private security the school also has). The problem is that Obama and Party would (until a token in yesterday’s speech) deny the value of and need for protection at ordinary American’s children’s schools. That is the hypocrisy the NRA called out and on which Rush focused.