Glenn Beck presents the Obama National Anthem
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STU: Well, Glenn, as you know the buzz around Washington is how evil the audience at John McCain campaign events are.
GLENN: I can't take it.
STU: Absolutely, they are just horrible. I'm sure we're going to be seeing all the reports today from all the media sources about people wearing "Sarah Palin is a C word" to the flyers game over the weekend.
GLENN: That's not hateful. That's just accurate, Stu. And that's just people being people.
GLENN: And I'm sure you are going to see all of the, I'm sure you are going to see all of the Republicans come out and say that Barack Obama called, you know, Sarah Palin a C word.
GLENN: And he's just trying to set, you know, people back, you know, and women back 1,000 years.
STU: Right. Because that's what evil right wingers do.
GLENN: Yeah. I mean, it's just unbelievable all of these politicians that are coming out and sowing the seeds of hatred.
STU: It's unbelievable. Well, thank God it's starting to reflect in the polls how much, how much closer to Jesus Obama is than everyone else in the universe.
STU: There are some really horrible poll results. I'm going to try to say it with a little hope here. But in Florida you've got two polls out with Obama up 5 and Obama up 8. In Colorado you have Obama by 10. In Virginia you have three different polls. Obama up 2, Obama up 10 and Obama up 12, in Virginia.
GLENN: I'm choosing, I'm choosing the two. America --
STU: That's the problem.
GLENN: America, I'm begging you. I'm begging you. We are at a crossroads, man. I'm not saying John McCain is the answer but I am begging you. Please put a stop on the, at least the congress. Please, for the love of Pete.
STU: We do have a moment of hope in our moment of hope today.
STU: We have three polls in Ohio that are pretty tight. One of them has McCain leading by 2, which is a miracle.
GLENN: Choosing to believe that one.
STU: And also Gallup, Rasmussen and Zogby polls have all tightened but when you're talking about your moment of hope being a 5 point deficit, you are in a little bit of a --
GLENN: Hey, deficits aren't bad. I'm learning that from the government. Deficits aren't bad.
GLENN: Deficits lead to success and happiness.
STU: Well, I've got to call my two states for the day, Glenn. And I've decided to take a pro McCain stance here as I'm calling the big states for McCain and the small states for Obama to make it look like McCain's ahead. So we call Rhode Island for Obama today and we call Texas for McCain. The total electoral vote count is now 44 McCain, Obama 14.