D'Souza highlighted the differences between Rush Limbaugh and the founder of National Review, William F. Buckley Jr., and their views of conservatism. "Bill Buckley was smart but no one's dad played him on the radio while they were putting up houses, making pizzas, or cleaning the shop," said D'Souza. "They played Rush. So the point here is that Rush is much more accessible than Buckley. People can figure out what Rush is saying, half the time with Buckley you couldn't."