GLENN: Now, let me add this one in. As I’m watching the highlights of the Democratic debates from the other night, the first thing that comes to mind is, how is this even a contest? How is this even close? And I mean this sincerely. If you’re a Democrat, how could you possibly even entertain the possibility of running Hillary Clinton or voting for Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama? How is that even a possibility? And by the way, just so you know, it’s not some sort of reverse psychology thing. I’m just not that smart I’m not secretly afraid of Hillary Clinton. I don’t secretly think that Obama is actually more beatable. I think Barack Obama, because most people won’t even listen to his policies, most people will say, it says a lot about me; I voted for the first African-American. They are going to run in droves to vote for Barack Obama. And the truth is Barack Obama is 400,000 times the candidate that Hillary is. He’s a much better speaker. He can ignite the imagination of people. I like him. I think his policies may come directly from hell. I think Stalin may be down in the bowels of the Earth going, "Wait, wait, wait, Barack, say this one." I mean, but I like him. I mean, I’m going to have to check his campaign finance laws because, you know, running Hillary Clinton, you know, over Barack Obama I think could actually be seen as a donation to the Republican party. Maybe it’s just me. Maybe Democrats know something that we don’t. Maybe they think you’ll melt down under the pressure, but I don’t see any signs of it. He doesn’t have that much baggage and the baggage that he does, he admits to. He’s smooth, he’s smart, he’s a significant portion of the population who will — there’s a significant portion of the population that will actually vote for him because, "Look how tolerant I am." He’s obviously much more to beat than Hillary Clinton, seriously. Every Republican in the universe is cheering on Hillary Clinton like their kid in a little league game, "Go, Hillary, run! Keep running, you can make it!" In fact, if I may take a page directly out of the Democratic handbook here, I mean, seriously why won’t the Democrats give the nomination to Obama? It must be racism. It must — what else could it possibly be? What else could it possibly be besides racism? I mean, there’s this wide of a chasm between the white candidate and the far superior black candidate? Are you kidding me? They’re not even close. We’re supposed to expect change from her? She just came from the White House and then she went to the capitol and then she went back to the White House. You’re kidding me. Who’s the one that’s exciting the imagination? Who’s the one that conservatives are saying, I don’t know, I mean, he’s got the same kind of charisma of Ronald Reagan, and he’s losing, to the pants suit? You’re kidding me, right? Democrats, you just hate black people. It’s the only choice I can come up with. It’s the only possible reason: You are just racist. You hate black people. It’s amazing. It’s amazing.


I mean, when the Republicans have great black candidates, we beg them to get in the race. How many times did we have to beg Colin Powell or Condi Rice, please, run for President, please, please run. They never listen to us. So we beg them to be Secretary of State or nominate them to the Supreme Court. Damn, our racism. But what’s your excuse, you tolerant Progressives? You can’t possibly — I mean, there is absolutely no way that you are looking at the same two people that I’m looking at. And then having a tough time deciding between the two. There’s no way you’re looking at these two people and go, "I don’t know, it’s pretty close." They’re not close. I don’t agree with either of them. I don’t want either of them to be in the White House. I don’t want either of them to be President of the United States President of the United States) So I can confidently say, "Run, Hillary, run." It’s like Forrest. "Run, Hillary, run!" But at some point if I’m a Democrat voting for Hillary, I probably would start to wonder, why am I voting for the person who Glenn Beck wants me to vote for? And the answer to that, of course, is racism. You’re racist. Celebrate. This is not going to last long. As soon as they decide, then we’re going to become the racists. As soon as we say what they’re saying about Barack Obama, we’re racist. But right now we could say that about them. It’s great. It’s great. We haven’t had this opportunity very often, you know. As long as they keep the African-American down in his place, they love the African-American. But as soon as that African-American starts to run and challenges the establishment and he’s far superior than the established white person, hey, hey, hey, hey, whoa, whoa, whoa. I love living as a Democrat. This is the best thing ever. You don’t even have to make sense. You could just… "Racist!" It’s great. "Oh, see you’re wearing a Hillary button. What a hate mongering racist!" Don’t worry. It will come back around. As soon as — if they pick Barack Obama, which they won’t because, you know, they’re racists! If they pick Barack Obama and they have him up as the presidential candidate, then we’ll be the racists because we disagree with his policies. But right now the liberals are racists! And I think it’s fantastic. I really do.