STU: Well, Glenn, with everyone focused on the big apology, which is really important, had a that's right, you've got to expect that John McCain is going to get killed in the headlines today. Because as you know, did you know that man voted against a holiday a couple of decades ago. That's right, a holiday an anti holiday voter. So, you know McCain's going to get killed here. He's also white.
GLENN: He's also white
STU: He's a white man, Glenn.
GLENN: So let's start with John McCain in the battle of the headlines. This is where we take the headlines of the day, out of the paper, cold, rip them, put them together and see who wins the election, just based on the headlines of the day. Headline number one. Is John McCain '08 channeling Bob Dole '96. McCain charged against Obama, lacks evidence. McCain's VP list shortcomings. And analysis, McCain is just running on angry.
STU: Wow, Glenn, that's an angry white man.
GLENN: I thought we had an analysis of what's coming up. Here we go, Barack Obama, headline number one, Obama confronts coming up behind Obama. And my favorite headline of the day, Obama's Reagan moment.
VOICE: Once again, Barack Obama comes up with glowing headline after glowing headline. Gee, what a fricking surprise.
GLENN: I'm trying to think, Stu, whether it would be Obama's Reagan moment? Is it when he put on a blue suit, because Reagan used to wear a blue suit.
STU: I'm trying to think what else Reagan would have done.
GLENN: He believed in wearing a suit all the time. He
STU: Barack Obama
GLENN: It wouldn't work. I was going to say, Barack I don't doesn't work Look at this. Do you know what talk radio is going to be like in 2010? Do you know what it's going to be like in 2010? If you can't say anything because you're just terrified of the consequences of the progressive movement in America? It's going to be like talk radio 1912. Yeah, there wasn't a lot, was there? You see what I'm saying. That's how much it's going to be like.