Glenn: We go now to Stu who is in Germany, where things are just going crazy today for Barack Obama. Are you there, Stu?
Stu: Yes, I am, Glenn. Wow!
Glenn: Are you okay?
Stu: I'm moved, Glenn. I'll be honest about it. It's fantastic, what's happening here. Wow. What a scene we're seeing. Don't you agree?
Glenn: Well, I think it's a little creepy myself, that, you know, people are gathering there in Germany, for the first time ever a presidential candidate gives a speech like he's the President of the United States.
Stu: I know. He pretty much should be. Right now I'm in Germany and I'm just I'm just watching in amazement as this crowd comes to the realization of what we've already learned in America, which is what a special what a special opportunity we have right now to elect a guy you can't even call him a guy, just a fantastic aura.
Glenn: Stu, I'm a little concerned. Wow. The crowd went crazy there for a second. Stu, I'm a little concerned. You've been following Barack Obama for the last couple of days and
Stu: I know. I know.
Glenn: You weren't really kind of in this camp when we sent you out.
Stu: Yeah. I used to be kind of into lower taxes and national security and stuff, but, you know, you get kind of like you hear a lot from the conservative media and
Glenn: The conservative media?
Stu: Yeah, you know, they control all the facts and they
Glenn: No, Stu.
Stu: And they've got the war criminal as President, you know. You get a little influenced by that, but, I mean, now seeing, I mean Glenn, this guy is fantastic. I mean, America loves him, Germany loves him. Iraq loves him. Everybody loves him. He's awesome!
Glenn: Okay. I mean, I'm real stoked for God's plan for this country, but let me ask you, Stu
Glenn: Have you learned anything new about his policies?
Stu: Policy of awesomeness? Yes, I have. I've learned quite a bit about that. Let me tell you, Glenn, the fuhrer over here over Obama is fantastic. It's overwhelming.
Glenn: The what.
Stu: The fuhrer over Obama, here in Germany.
Glenn: You probably I don't think you should stand there with him at the column, you know, the victory column that was the inspiration for sieg heil, hail victory. I don't know if you should use the word fuhrer.
Stu: That's what it is, Glenn. It's overwhelming fuhrer, but I'm just thinking. You're a Constitutional sort of guy.
Stu: But why are we screwing with this election? What if we had a new law that we made that would enable Obama to kind of do what he wanted, to take power, like an enabling act, to kind of like take power?
Glenn: Wait a minute.
Stu: Enable him to, like, really control things and do the great stuff he wants to do to protect us.
Glenn: Wait a minute, Stu. Stu, the I think that's a really bad idea, but isn't it almost like he has already accepted the presidency of the United States?
Stu: He has?
Glenn: Well, I mean, I saw pictures of the Marines actually saluting him.
Stu: I don't look, I don't know. I mean, I don't know the protocol there, but, I mean, I've been kind of doing more of the we're not worthy thing when he walks by. Hold on. He's walking out. Barack Obama, I love you! I love you. Touch my hand. Will you touch my hand? Heal me. I've got a cold! If I could just touch the hand, I could just he walked right by.
Glenn: Are you trying to touch the hem of his clothing?
Stu: Yeah, I've got this kind of I've got sniffles and I've been a little stuffed up and I thought maybe that would just work it out. The cure for the common cold, you know. We've been looking for it. Here he is. He's running as the democratic nominee.
Glenn: Or king of the universe.
Stu: That's an awesome idea! The crowd is even reacting to it apparently.
Glenn: From Germany, Steve Burguiere, formerly my producer, but now clearly in the Obama camp, an Obamaite, if you will.
Stu: Wow! I love you! I love you!