GLENN: By the way, did you see the New York Times article? They are now making Sarah Palin into blood just, she's bloodthirsty. She just wants everybody to die in a war. First she was too stupid. Then she was too much of a chick that was abandoning her children. Then she was again too stupid. Then she was a woman. Now she's bloodthirsty. And apparently Whoopi Goldberg is worried that if John McCain is elected, she's going to become a slave again. Here's John McCain and Whoopi Goldberg on the View.
GOLDBERG: I don't want to misinterpret what you're saying. Did you say you wanted strict constitutionalists?
GLENN: Stop, stop. The answer here, Whoopi is, yes, I do. Which means that the people change the Constitution. Through congress and the President, the people have to change the Constitution and then it goes directly to the states ratifying a change made to the Constitution that's different than changing the Constitution through the court system where a couple of people, maybe as many as four or five, set what the Constitution says and changes the Constitution. That's what a strict constitutionalist means. But what was your point again?
SENATOR McCAIN: No, I want people who interpret the Constitution of the United States the way our founding fathers envision for them to do.
GOLDBERG: Should I worry about being a slave, being returned to a slave? Because certain things returned to the Constitution that you had to change.
SENATOR McCAIN: I understand that, and I get it. Thank you.
GLENN: Stop. I don't understand your point. What is your point? You're stupid? You don't understand how the Constitution works? Some other things, some you know, some things had to change. Yeah, like when the Progressives decided that none of us could drink? Should that have changed? Oh, they went back and they corrected that one. They took it out.
You know the Constitution is a fantastic document. Do you know that they cannot take out any mistakes? Do you know that Prohibition still exists in the Constitution? Just the article repealing that article is also in there. So it's left with all of its mistakes, and I think it's left that way for a reason, so you can see, "Oh, yeah, we did that, didn't we? Yeah, that one didn't work out so well. Some things change in the Constitution. Thank goodness that thank goodness that we listen to these celebrities because wasn't it Cameron Diaz? Wasn't it Cameron Diaz that said that she was going to be raped?
STU: No. No, no, she would never she didn't say anything like that, Glenn. She was worried again, what happens in these all of a sudden celebrities become very concerned with the law around election time.
STU: As you can see, Whoopi very concerned that she may become a slave at any time, it could happen at any time. You remember 2004, of course, it was the draft could come back at any time.
STU: So it's slavery and the draft, if that's not enough to scare you, then there was Cameron Diaz back in 2004 who
GLENN: She said she was going to be raped or something.
STU: Yeah. She said I believe the quote was let's see. We have a voice now and we're not using it, and women have so much to lose. I mean, we could lose the right to our bodies. We could if you think that rape should be legal, then don't vote. So there's nothing to worry about if you don't vote Democrat.
STU: It's just that rape, slavery and the draft. Outside of that if you believe these conservative scare mongers, but rape could be legal, slavery could be legal and the draft is coming back any day now. Any day that's coming back.