Well, it looks like Glenn's praise finally took Michele Bachmann out of the race. The candidate that Glenn said he would vote for couldn't quite pull out a victory last night in Iowa, and she has chosen to step aside and let other candidates pursue the GOP nomination.
She told supporters: Last night the people of Iowa spoke with a very clear voice and so I have decided to stand aside. And I believe that if we are going to repeal ObamaCare, turn our country around and take back our country, we must do so united. And I believe that we must rally around the person that our country and our party and our people select to be that standard bearer. But make no mistake. I'll continue to be a strong voice. I'll continue to stand and fight for the country and for the American people and for our freedom because Mr. Franklin and all the founders, all the men, all the women who have given their last full measure of devotion and our military, our veterans are watching us. They are expecting us to stand up and protect what they fought to give us. And so we owe it to them and to our posterity and to the God that we serve who created us, who gave us life in our very being, to keep our republic free. And I will be forever grateful to this state and to its people for launching us on this path. With our victory in the Iowa straw poll. And while I will not be continuing in this race for the presidency, my faith in the Lord God almighty, this country and our republic is unshakeable. And as I have traveled around this state and the country, I've seen the very best in the country in our people, and I'll always believe in the greatness of them and in the greatness of the God that I serve. And, of course, I'm deeply grateful to our entire campaign team here in Iowa, in South Carolina and everywhere. I have no regrets.
"She would have made a good president," Glenn said.
While rumors swirled that Rick Perry would be dropping out - he announced via Twitter that he was on his way to South Carolina to continue his campaign. Perry received 10% of the vote last night. Perry had previously said he was going to Texas to reassess his campaign.
"Usually when you reassess, you reassess to the fact that you're going to go home and take a nap for a few weeks and never return to the campaign," Stu joked.
"He has now tweeted from his personal Twitter account that he is going to South Carolina. So he remains active," Glenn said.