Here's my original 2/19/11 report on the doctors offering to write sick notes for protesters who were skipping work for the Wisconsin protests:
At first I thought it was some sort of comic street theater, but it was, apparently, real doctors, defending what they were doing.... I asked if it was dishonest or unethical, and the answer was that everyone has symptoms, perhaps a migraine, diarrhea, or insomnia....In that light, I'm sure Hillary does have symptoms. She's probably suffering horribly from the anxiety around the Benghazi attack and the possibility that she might have to speak about it. And she keeps telling us she's tired:
RUSH: Susan Rice last night on the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. He played a portion of his interview with Susan Rice, and then he asked her, "Why was it you that Sunday morning?" Why did they send you out there to every Sunday show, five of them? "Of all the people in government, why the US Ambassador the United Nations answering questions about the attack at Benghazi?"Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice — the spent and the expendable.
RICE: Secretary Clinton had originally been asked by most of the networks to go on. She had had an incredibly grueling week dealing with the protests around the Middle East and North Africa. I was asked. I was willing to do so. It wasn't what I had planned for that weekend originally, but I don't regret doing that.
RUSH: Did you hear what she just said there? She said they asked her to go 'cause Hillary was tired. Hillary Clinton had originally been asked by most of the networks to go on. It was Obama who shut it down. Obama wanted Susan Rice out there. He wanted somebody far away from the story telling this lie that it was the video that led to the unrest. Somebody close to it woulda had a little bit tougher time with any credibility telling the lie. But you get Susan Rice, she's distant. She is the UN ambassador, got nothing to do with Benghazi, not in the State Department. She has no representation at the consulate or at Benghazi, send her out there, and so Brian Williams said, "Why send you?" "Well, you know, Hillary, she originally was asked, but she really had a grueling week. I mean, dealing with protests in the Middle East and North Africa, she was really tired."