Glenn joined his pal Bill O’Reilly last night on The O’Reilly Factor to talk about the GOP presidential race.
Bill started off the interview by asking Glenn was his thoughts were on the seemingly never-ending GOP primary.
“I think it’s time that it ends,” Glenn replied. “We have got to come together and start to put together a strategy. Not only for the White House, but also for the Senate and the House.”
O’Reilly seemed somewhat surprised by the answer, because Glenn has never been a “party politics” guy. Bill seemed to think he was singing a “different tune” with his previous comments.
“I couldn’t care less about the Republicans. I do care that Barack Obama is not the President of the United States,” Glenn said, assuring that his tone had not changed one bit in regards to his stance on party politics.
They moved on to discussing Ron Paul, who Bill doesn’t think will drop out anytime soon, because he “doesn’t have anything else to do,” despite the fact that Ron Paul has said all he’s got to say more than enough times.
“How many more times do we need to hear it?” Bill asked Glenn.
“I think when it comes to the Fed and the financial system you can’t say it enough,” Glenn replied.
Moving things along, Bill wanted to know what the number one issue is for Glenn in this election.
“Character,” Glenn answered, “I believe there is a deep financial crash coming all around the globe, and I also think there is going to be violence in the streets. We have to know that the person that is going to come into office will say the same things to our face that he’ll say when he turns around.”
“As far as policy,” Bill responded, “my number one issue is the debt. I think that if the debt doesn’t get under control, that if they don’t stop it soon then your prediction of economic doom will come true. I think we can save it, but I think it has to be done quickly.”
Glenn doubled down that this was why character is his number one issue. “If you don’t have the character and the fortitude to teach the people, be forthright with the people, set an example, and demand from the people that they also have character, if you’re not willing to clean up the corruption and stop the lies, you’re never going to stop the debt,” Glenn said.