GLENN: By the way, more on Timothy Geithner. Is it Geither? What is it? A guy who shouldn't be the treasury secretary? I tried to figure out how much he was making. I just wanted something from the International Monetary Fund on how much this guy was making. By the way, these are tax dollars. I have no idea. I can't find it. We couldn't find it. My researchers couldn't find it anywhere. So we went to the Fox researchers. We went to Fox. The Fox researchers, they are pretty good, you know? Fox researchers, that's kind of what they do. Well, they finally found it and let me show it to the Insiders. Here's the payroll statement from the International Monetary Fund, and if you can look, Insiders, I don't know if you can see this but if you look on the Insider web cam, you'll see that the document -- you want to hold it over to the camera, Stu? The document has all of the -- oh, look at that. Huh, somebody's blacked out all of the money that we're paying this guy. So you have no idea what this guy made.
Oh, by the way, another piece of information on the new treasury secretary, or the nominee that, you know, didn't pay his income tax, and it was all a big mistake. They now have a signed document from him to the IMF saying, I completely understand. In fact, Stu, do you have that? I don't have the actual -- is it in the --
STU: Yeah, give me a second.
GLENN: Which one? Yeah, it's a signed document. I have to read it to you, the exact verbatim.
STU: Yeah, I have it here. Hold on a second. It is -- let me scroll down here.
GLENN: It's unbelievable.
STU: Come on. There we go. I hereby certify that all the information contained herein is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that I will pay the taxes for which I have received tax allowance payments from the fund. I mean, that one is pretty correct.
GLENN: Pretty darn clear, and his signature is there. They gave him money four times a year, they gave him a statement saying you owe this much taxes. They paid him not only the income tax but also the FICA. He didn't pay the FICA, and here's his signature on a piece of paper saying, "I know that I owe it and I will pay it because I'm getting this money." What else do you need to know? Oh, I'm sorry, the other thing you need to know is congress suddenly got busy on his confirmation.
Did you hear, Stu, what they said yesterday?
GLENN: It needed to be rescheduled because of other important things came up with congress. So they couldn't -- they needed it rescheduled because it was like, what is it, a snow day?
STU: Well, I mean, you know, Glenn, there's a lot of things that are far more important than not having any treasury secretary right now.
GLENN: Clearly, clearly. There's... there's... there's environmental concerns, global warming is breathing down our back. I mean, come on.
STU: I love it. They said that some of the senators, despite all these tax problems, some of the senators may vote to get him into the treasury secretary role because basically they don't want to go too long without having somebody, which plays right into the American spirit of "We've got to have somebody" because that's how this country was built on, "We need somebody; throw them in there."