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GLENN: Now, remember Barack Obama is far more intelligent than you are. He's far more intelligent than anybody else, practically anybody except Al Gore and John Kerry. He's that big of a brain. Did he wonder to himself why the crowd reacted the way it did. Now, remember it's not one of these things? ?listen, I'm going to play this audio clip for you. It's not like the crowd builds. It's not like the crowd is like, oh... it's none of that. They hear the line. In fact, they hear the first part of the line and they immediately break out. This is an attack on Sarah Palin, and everybody except apparently Barack Obama knew it. Listen to the audience in this audio.
OBAMA: That's not change. That's just calling something, the same thing something different. But, you know, you can't? ?you know, you can put lipstick on a pig; it's still a pig.
GLENN: Hmmm, that's odd, isn't it? His supporters are at least sexist now. What do you say? His supporters are at least saying that Sarah Palin is a pig. If she hadn't have been? ?if she hadn't have given the critical line which was an ad lib, by the way, if she wouldn't have given that line at the convention, it wouldn't have made any difference at all. But it does make a difference because she is the lipstick candidate. That's who she is.
Now, you move on from there and now here's the next attack. This one is from Whoopi Goldberg. Tell me that you agree with Whoopi Goldberg. Listen carefully. This is from yesterday's view.
WALTERS: It's hard for Obama now and Joe Biden to? ?
VOICE: Go after her.
GOLDBERG: No, it's not.
WALTERS: You don't think so?
GOLDBERG: No, I don't think so. Well, you know what? I have a very strange reason that I think that he? ?that particularly Obama has to be very careful.
GLENN: Listen to the crowd here.
GOLDBERG: He's been very good about trying to walk the center so he doesn't scare the white people and he still seems like he's black. I mean, come on.
GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop. Go back and listen to the crowd. Dan and Stu, you watch The View all the time.
STU: Well, yeah. Yes, we do. We view it. We view The View.
GLENN: Tell me the reaction from crowds usually when they're doing something liberal.
STU: Oh, they always cheer loudly and clap and stand up.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. It's always, yeah! It is the biggest rah?fest, cheerleader fest for liberal policies ever. It is always stunning, the crowd. I want you to go back and play the beginning of this again. Listen to the crowd when she says, you know, not to scare black people? ?or not to scare white people. Listen to the crowd. They are uncomfortable. The Obama campaign is moving into a place now? ?and I'm not saying Democrats and I'm not? ?you shouldn't be surprised by Republicans. I'm saying the center of the country. This is what's going to be the key to this election. He is now moving into places where he is making the center of the country nervous and uncomfortable. Again, listen to the crowd when she starts to talk about he can't scare white people and listen to the lack of the, you know, NFL Monday night football crowd in what she's saying.
GOLDBERG: I do think that? ?well, you know what? I have a very strange reason that I think that he? ?that particularly Obama has to be very careful. Because he's been very good about trying to walk the center so he doesn't scare the white people and he still seems like he's black. I mean, come on.
GOLDBERG: He can't go after her as this black man attacking this white woman because? ?
GOLDBERG: Yeah, I really think that.
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GOLDBERG: You are missing the point. Don't change it. Hear what I'm saying. This has to do with? ?I think that? ?yes, but you have to stop talking so I can explain.
HASSELBECK: Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. If I'm going to count the time that? ?
GLENN: Can you continue to play?
DAN: We can. It just gets into something different, another argument.
STU: It's again Elisabeth defending the fact that she gets cut off. Whenever she points it out, they all make fun of her and interrupt. It's like padding around the camp, not talking to me.
DAN: You can go through it if you want.
GLENN: I'd like to hear it. Go ahead, play it.
HASSELBECK: We can't call each other around the table because I have a lot of calling out to do. Every time someone's interrupted, it's, calm down.
GOLDBERG: You are right. I never? ?
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GOLDBERG: I always just walk over you. I didn't do it.
HASSELBECK: There was nothing? ?there was dead air, and I said some things.
VOICE: This is a distraction from the issues.
GLENN: Listen to that. Stop. This is a distraction from the issues.
STU: The all important issue of the black man intimidating the evil, the poor white woman.
GLENN: Poor white woman, yeah. Oh, my gosh. And isn't it so what's her face? ?who is the woman who just said that?
STU: That was Joy.
GLENN: Isn't it so Joy Behar and liberals to say this is a distraction, this is a distraction of the politics of the past. Oh, shut up.