Shortly after the ruling from the Supreme Court upholding Obamacare came down, Glenn was wondering what Mitt Romney was going to say in response. Would he come out and be an advocate for small government and capitalism? Or would he be just another progressive Republican - the same kind that allowed things to get to this point in the first place?
"If he doesn't prepared to come out today swinging for the fences, then he's not prepared to be the President of the United States," Glenn said when the ruling first came down this morning.
"Mitt Romney, if you are a turn-around guy and you are a Constitutional guy and you say limited government, if you spit us out of this system, if you turn things around, you're going to be fantastic. You will have support, but let me tell you something, you won't have jack support from anybody in this nation in the end if you come in and you're Mr. Bailout and you're Mr. Oh, well, we're going to do a little bit of Romneycare. No. You will have no support."
But what did he want to hear Mitt Romney say?
"I want to hear from Romney: One, national competition. Allow the free market to really be free," Glenn said. "Insurance across state lines."
"Two, get away from employer-based healthcare. It's ridiculous. It is killing us. Nobody pays attention to anything in their healthcare except what their benefits are. You have to make people personally responsible for their own healthcare.
"I'm not an evil capitalist, man. I pay my people well and everybody has the best healthcare money can buy. And I don't mean that I can buy. The best healthcare that is currently available and now I'm sorry to tell Mercury, will not be available probably next year, will not be available and will - even if so, I will not be able to afford it. That's ridiculous. Please, let me as a businessman help my employees," Glenn said.
Romney's response to the ruling came in the last segment of the broadcast.
"Let's make clear that we understand what the court did and did not do," Romney said. "What the court did do today is say that Obamacare does not violate the Constitution. What they did not do is to say that Obamacare is good law or that it is good policy. Obamacare was bad policy yesterday. It's bad policy today. Obamacare was a bad law yesterday. It is bad law today."
He continued, "What the Court did not do on the last day in session, I will do on my first day if elected president of the United States, and that is that I will act to repeal Obamacare."