This wasn't the first time Doc Thompson and Skip Lacombe had covered the radio program with Glenn away from the microphone, so there's really no excuse for what they did. Doc even admitted he knew they were about to break a rule, but they did it anyway. What was their crime? Flagrant violation of the "Trump Free Zone."
"Now, I know Pat and Stu have called for a moratorium on the Trump word, but they're not here today. So screw it. We'll talk a little Trump," Doc said.
In utter defiance of the "Trump Free Zone," Doc went on to share what his thoughts on the billionaire business magnate.
"Donald Trump for me has never been somebody I'm going to actively support. Over the past couple of weeks I've said he's kind of the middle of the pack for me because he is the outsider. I think Donald Trump is quite bright when it comes things finance and negotiation, I think he would be tough when it comes to things like foreign affairs. But Donald Trump has backpedaled and flip-flopped and changed his mind on a lot of things, so I don't know what I'm going to get," Doc said.
Doc then shared a major announcement.
"Donald Trump has now moved into a new category for me. He's on my 'Not That Guy' list," Doc said.
His big hangup? Trump's recent statement about illegal immigrants and amnesty.
"For me personally, there are a couple of issues that I'm not able to negotiate on. And that is immigration," Doc said. "If you will not commit to deportations of all people here illegally, you're dead to me. You're politically dead to me."
Who else is on Doc and Skip's #NotThatGuy list? Watch the video or read the transcript from the radio segment below.
Below is a rush transcription of this segment, it may contain errors:
DOC: Who is on the list for you that is absolutely the person you could not under any circumstances vote for? For me, Donald Trump is the new addition. There are a couple of people that have already been on the list. I'll go from the bottom up who is on my list. The absolute bottom of my list. Mike Huckabee. Mike Huckabee is only slightly worse than Jeb Bush because Mike Huckabee says and does a lot of the same progressive outrageously wrong, crappy things that Jeb Bush does, believes, and has done. But Mike Huckabee also uses Jesus to justify doing it. Which is reprehensible. That you would use your faith as supposedly a conservative, to woo people to go to your website and buy your crap, Mike Huckabee, and try to get you elected, only to build yourself up to use your faith to do that. That is absolutely the lowest of the low.
SKIP: And he's essentially one of those guys like in that Steve Martin movie, Leap of Faith too. I mean, going town to town. Talking about Jesus and healing people for money.
DOC: He's shaking snakes and telling you to drink the strychnine for Jesus. When all he's really interested in is himself. And, Mike Huckabee, you want to challenge me on that? Sit down here. I'll put you on this program. I'll put you on our program. I'll challenge you. I'll meet you on any street corner anywhere in America and debate you on this stuff. I know your track record.
SKIP: He won't come on our show.
DOC: No, he won't. Because he's afraid of us. Just like the other people. Mike Huckabee, I know who you are. I have your track record. I have the information on you. I know your record as governor in Arkansas. I remember when you called the conservatives in Arkansas Shiite Republicans. Comparing them to terrorist extremists in the Middle East because you didn't simply like the fact that they didn't want you to raise the taxes on the people of Arkansas. I know that you've been selling your website name and the people on that, that sign up for your site, so people can target them to sell essentially what I call snake oil. I know who you are. And using Jesus to do it, you're despicable. Slightly up on that list, is Jeb Bush. He does slightly all those things. He just hasn't invoked the name Jesus. So those two absolutely on the bottom of the list for me.
SKIP: Yeah, and those two will oftentimes trade off back and forth on who is the actual worst of the worst. I mean, Jeb Bush will come out and say something in the next week that will put him back on the other side for me. And then Mike Huckabee will come back. So they battle for the worst of the worst in my mind.
DOC: You know what it is, these two are so bad, I'd rather vote for Jim Webb, the Democrat former senator of Virginia before I'd vote for them. How bad is it? I'd vote for Lindsey Graham before I'd vote for those two. That's how awful it is.
SKIP: They're incrementally better than Obama. You want to talk about progressive.
DOC: Let me think about that.
SKIP: Seriously. Let that marinate for a second. I'll say they're better than Obama.
DOC: Hold on. No. No, I don't know if they are. I can make an argument they're worse than Obama. At least with Obama, you know what you're getting. With Jeb Bush and Mike Huckabee, they wrap it up in being caring. We care more than you. But we're conservative. They get in there and do the same crap. In fact, if it hadn't been for George W. Bush, we wouldn't have Obama. Because he pretended to be the conservative. Did the same stuff. And everybody said, well, we don't like all that crap that's going on that's not conservative. But they thought it was and ran to Obama. So I put him on the same par with him. All horrible people. Next up on my list is Lindsey Graham. Skip Lacombe, Jeb Bush or Lindsey Graham? Go.
SKIP: I'll take Lindsey Graham. Begrudgingly.
DOC: Lindsey Graham or Chris Christie? Go. It's incremental.
SKIP: That's a tough one. Graham.
DOC: I put Chris Christie slightly above Lindsey Graham. Slightly.
SKIP: I don't know. I'm going Lindsey Graham because I don't want to see Chris Christie throwing up first pitch for years. Hold on. Maybe I do want to see --
DOC: Yes, you do.
SKIP: I talked myself out of it. Chris Christie.
DOC: There's another factor we have to consider. A much smaller factor than saving America, it's show content.
DOC: That's a much, much lesser. Way down on the list. But all things being equal.
SKIP: Chris Christie.
DOC: Lindsey Graham brings a lot of content. I mean, the first -- it wouldn't be the first president that -- how can I clean this up. An effeminate American president.
DOC: I mean, we talked about being politically correct in phrases yesterday. We don't know exactly all details with Lindsey. I'm just speculating. Effeminate American? Is that how we -- I think that would be good content. Anyone else notice that Lindsey Graham is starting to look like John McCain?
SKIP: Dude, they are. They've been hanging out too much.
DOC: John McCain is the emperor. Something, something, Lindsey Graham. Something, something, vote with me, Jeff. Something, something dark side. That's John McCain. Right? Take a look at recent pictures of Lindsey Graham. Look at Lindsey Graham when he was active in the military, I mean, many, many years ago, right? His uniform looked buttoned up. Okay looking guy. Look at him now. He's on the path to being John McCain.
SKIP: Same thing with John McCain too. Strapping young military man back in the day.
DOC: I think Lindsey Graham is trying to look like him now.
SKIP: I think you're right.
DOC: Also, on my not that guy list, Chris Christie. He's just one up from Lindsey Graham. Donald Trump has just been added. He's at the same level, one notch up from Chris Christie. With Scott Walker and John Kasich. That rounds up my not that guy list.