GLENN: Joe Biden is kind of under fire right now because the people in Iraq are really unhappy with him. Apparently he is one of the only guys who can get the Sunnis and the Shias and the Kurds to actually agree. Unfortunately it's not really in a good way. It is on his proposal to divide Iraq into three separate states based on racial and religious boundaries, okay? What he did now, this is a year ago. The Senate passed a proposal. It was his proposal calling for an international conference on dividing up Iraq. So let's just think about this now. What we wanted to do is divide up Iraq into three separate states but the Biden said not only that, not only did he want to do that, he wanted to call on the people who were against us in the Iraq war in the first place to come and now help solve and divide the power in Iraq. That sounds like a good proposal. By the way, Obama didn't vote. So he's not on the record.
All right. So now Iraq is saying this guy is a nightmare. He's the guy this is the last guy that the Democrats should be picking for their vice presidential nominee. The head of Iraq said that the Biden plan would be a disaster for Iraq. Not only a disaster for Iraq but the entire region. Now, here's what I find interesting. As I understand this, as I understand this proposal, the vice presidential nominee of the one that was selected by the first African American is actually for segregation. Not only did he propose segregation and it's not just segregation. It's not like they just go home what he proposes is forced segregation. So if you're of a different race, you've got to move up north and you have to I mean, just move you out of your home and you've got to move up north. He's not only for segregation, he's for forced segregation and Barack Obama is neutral on it.
STU: That is fantastic. And this comes from the campaign, as you know, who is I mean, there have been some questions about their comments about both Indians and Muslims. So really
GLENN: Well, I don't know if there's any question. I mean, play the no, no, play the do we have the Joe Biden question?
STU: Yes, we do here.
GLENN: All right. Play the audio of Joe Biden. How could you possibly say this is a guy who's making racist comments? Here we go.
STU: Here we go.
REPORTER: In Delaware the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7 11 or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.
GLENN: That is and how true it is. You know, I was talking to Bobby Jindal the other day and I said, you know, Governor, let me talk to you about something by the way, can you just get me a Slurpee? Tell me about you've got to be kidding me, you've got to be Indian. Barack Obama, he would never make a racist comment like that... would he?
OBAMA: We don't always catch the right person. We may think this is Mohammed the terrorist. It might be Mohammed the cabdriver.
GLENN: Ooh, stop. Oh, oh, oh. Just a minute, hang on. So Mohammed the terrorist, are you saying that are you saying that Muslims are terrorists?
STU: The terrorists or cabdrivers.
GLENN: Just leaving it open to they could also be a cabdriver. Well, that's very open minded. That's very, very good.
STU: It's so fun to be on the liberal side of the argument because you could just, you could take any one of their comments and just, "Oh, well, I mean, he's saying terrorists are cabdrivers."
GLENN: No, Stu, it's not just their words. I mean, I know their intent.
STU: Yeah. If you look at their policies.
GLENN: If you look at their policies. Are you telling me a guy who is for segregation, forced segregation based on race and religion, you're telling me that the guy who says, you know, Mohammed the cabdriver, Mohammed the driver, you're telling me he didn't know what he was doing? He selected the guy who was for forced segregation based on race and religion.
GLENN: Of course he knew what he was saying.
STU: If it was just that comment, we wouldn't say anything. But there's such a long history of policy that you can't ignore the obvious racism here. (Laughing).
GLENN: (Laughing). Can't? You could not write this, you couldn't write this stuff. This is fantastic. I just love it. And I swear to you I don't know who's running for President anymore. I really don't. Joe Biden is suddenly invisible.