GLENN: So anyway, he's out in California. He's raising money and he's like, I will win. But he says he's going to win. And then Nancy Pelosi introduced him as a leader that God has blessed us with at this time. See, this is the kind of, you know, the holy Trinity thing. If he's the Messiah, isn't he God as well? So how could God bless us with him? You see what I mean? Unless it's the three in one, then I get it. But I don't know who the other person is in the who do you suppose is playing the role of the Holy Ghost? I... could be whispering in his ear. Might be Karl Marx. No, I Stu just said that maybe the vice president. No, I think it's got to be Karl Marx because remember what the Holy Ghost does is just reaffirm that it is right. He testifies, if you will, of the savior. So that would have to be Karl Marx. Karl Marx would have to just whisper in your ear, you know, just, "Yes, evil tax, evil tax on those evil oil companies, they're so evil. Rich people, oh, my gosh, they're evil." "I think the Holy Ghost just spoke to me." If the Holy Ghost starts to speak to you with a Russian accent: "Yes, I would vote for him, dah." If that's what you hear as the Holy Ghost, I would... I'm just saying. The Holy Ghost may be Lenin, Karl Marx, one of those guys.
So anyway, then Barack Obama in his speech, he then says and I don't want to quote this. "Now, you want to win and saying it doesn't make it so. It would be nice to think" I'm quoting "That after eight years of economic disaster, eight years of bungled policy fighting a war that should have never been authorized and never been waged that cost us trillions of dollars and thousands of lives that people should say let's toss the bums out, toss the bums out, we're starting from scratch, we're starting over, this isn't working. Continuing to quote: So I understand why a lot of folks are saying this should just happen. Excuse me. That you should just be elected President, that all of a sudden it should just, it should just happen. Is there anybody that you know that says this should just happen?
Stu, John McCain, Giuliani, Mitt Romney, any of these people?
STU: Well, there are a lot of people that are saying this should just happen. They just are all journalists. Every one of them happens to be employed
GLENN: Shhh, shhh, shhh. Quiet. Dah, this is true. My gosh, I think I just was touched by the Holy Spirit. I think, I think you're right on that one, Stu.
STU: Me and the Holy Spirit are tight.
GLENN: So I understand why a lot of folks are saying this should just happen. Quoting: Why are we having to run all these television commercials? Why do we have to raise all of this money? Just read the papers. Those knuckle heads who have been in charge, throw them out. But the American politics aren't that simple, end quote. No. No, they're not. It's weird. We have to have elections. It's crazy, I know. It's nuts. Well, hopefully that's some of the change that will be coming our way. If we can just get rid of those pesky elections. Wouldn't that be nice? The fact of the matter is at a certain point still quoting when government has not been serving the people for this long, people get cynical. They tune out. They start saying to themselves, a plague on both of your houses. They are willing to consume negative information more frequently than positive information for good reason. They've seen how promises haven't been kept, end quote. Okay, hang on. So I just want to see if I understand this. Somebody help me out on this because I'm not I'm not the brightest guy. If I understand his quote right, he's saying that the only reason, the only reason why he has to raise money and run commercials and run for President is not because that's what the Constitution says. We got that crazy election thing. It's that the Republicans have been so bad at keeping their promise that people are also blaming the Democrats for that kind of an atmosphere and that's why he's not winning in a landslide because the Republicans have broken their promises.
STU: Right. The only reason you can't trust Democrats is because you can't trust Republicans.
GLENN: Gosh, he is good.
STU: Makes a lot of sense.
GLENN: Dah, he is.
STU: What's interesting, too, is if you really think about it, one of the only reasons certainly Republicans are to blame. But one of the reasons the Republicans haven't been keeping their promises is because the Democrats haven't allowed them to do anything they have been trying to do.
GLENN: That's not entirely true.
STU: I didn't say it was entirely true but certainly things like drilling that they put through 100 times, all that stuff has been
GLENN: Nyet, nyet, nyet
STU: I'm glad he's still with me.