Is this really Joe Biden?
GLENN: I mean, honestly I have heard some amazing audio. I don't think I've ever heard anything like this. I mean, when Joe Biden makes a gaffe, you expect -- I mean, it's a gaffe and you expect them from Joe Biden, you know? So you're like, okay, it's Joe Biden, what would you -- but this is so far beyond a gaffe, I don't -- I mean, it's just, honestly I don't even begin to understand this one. Now he's making attack ads?
VOICE: Is Barack Obama qualified to be President?
BIDEN: You were asked is he ready. You said I think he can be ready but right now I don't believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training. I think I stand by the statement.
VOICE: Obama wants to be unconditionally with our enemies, dangerous.
BIDEN: That, in fact, was the wrong answer in my view saying I would within the first year. It implied he would personally sit down with anybody who wanted to sit down with him.
VOICE: Barack Obama thinks war heroes' injuries are funny.
BIDEN: I thought that was terrible. I didn't know he did it and if I knew it, we would have never done it.
VOICE: Bad. Joe Biden will never make fun of injured soldiers.
VOICE: Isn't Barack Obama Karl Marx.
VOICE: Barack Obama, can you risk it? No.
BIDEN: I'm Joe Biden and I approved this message. "The villages, America's friendliest hometown."
GLENN: Stop. Stop, I don't think that's Joe Biden singing the villages.
STU: It's gone to be.
GLENN: I never heard the audio, can you play the Barack Obama part at the very end, the Barack Obama, isn't he Karl Marx? Did he actually say that?
STU: He did say those words in that order.
GLENN: What do you mean he said those words in that order?
STU: Exactly what I said.
DAN: Let me see if I can find --
VOICE: Joe Biden will never make fun of injured soldiers.
BIDEN: Isn't Barack Obama Karl Marx?
GLENN: Is that an unedited sentence?
STU: Stick to what he's asking. It is an unedited sentence, part of a sentence that's unedited.
DAN: There was a sentence there and --
GLENN: Just tell me what he said. What did he really say?
STU: He may have said something like, I'm on a TV channel and they're saying...
GLENN: Okay, all right.
DAN: (Laughing). But the other ones are completely --
GLENN: He could have said it. I mean, if that villages thing is real, play that. This is supposedly -- and you guys swear this is him.
STU: It looks like him.
GLENN: Everybody swears this is him. I don't think it is.
DAN: I'd recognize these dance moves anywhere and --
GLENN: I mean, it's a video of him. He's wearing a baseball hat and he's drunk out of his mind and I don't know if this is him or not but sounds like him and it looks like him. Play this.
VOICE: The Villages, America's friendliest hometown. The Villages, America's friendliest hometown.
GLENN: He's clapping out of sync.
VOICE: The Villages.
DAN: It's a good finish.
STU: He hits that high note there.
GLENN: Do you have that other piece that we sent out to the Insiders in the newsletter a couple of weeks ago with all the drunk Joe Bidens?
DAN: Hold on.
GLENN: I mean, these Joe Bidens, I mean, he sounds drunk.
STU: So he likes to have some fun, that's all.
GLENN: Come on, really. I mean, I'm an alcoholic and we're talking about the guy who could be a heartbeat away from the presidency. I mean, does he have a drink -- does anybody know? Because this -- listen to his speech. I would love to know why he sounded this way.
DAN: Okay, here we go.
BIDEN: My name's Joe Biden. I'm from Scranton, Pennsylvania. I'm a senator because the first guys to endorse me in 1972 were the United Steel Workers of America. The only reason I'm a senator.
STU: A little slurry.
BIDEN: This is my wife Jill, or actually I'm her husband. And I will introduce the next two people in their order of importance. The first and most important part, Michelle Obama.
DAN: He doesn't finish the thought at all.
BIDEN: Did you hear her speech at the convention?
GLENN: Whew, I love you, Michelle!
BIDEN: I'm telling you, man, I always liked Barack, but I love her. And a guy who doesn't know much about, he doesn't draw big crowds or anything like that, a guy from Illinois named Barack Obama.
GLENN: Stop, stop. I mean, how do you explain that?
DAN: I love you, Michelle.
GLENN: (Mumbling). Smoochy smooch.
DAN: And the other thing about the clip, Glenn, is that Michelle and everyone's kind of chuckling even before he gets going. Like you can see them laughing. It's almost like they're like, oh, my gosh, this is going to be funny.
STU: United Steel Workers.
GLENN: (Mumbling). I love you.
STU: I worked in a factory...
GLENN: I want you to -- I think I just threw up a little bit in my mouth. My wife is so hot. Ooh, yeah, later. Ooh, baby.
DAN: Let me introduce them in the order of importance... Michelle.