The Obama National Anthem...
VOICE: The Glenn Beck program presents more truth behind America's march to socialism.
GLENN: Well, every day at this time we're field goal to bring you yet another step in America's march to socialism. Today the pesky details of the stimulus plan. You have heard about how many fabulous jobs this is going to create and that number -- has anybody else noticed that number keeps going up and up and up? It was, "I plan on creating a million jobs." Then it was two million jobs. Actually it was create two million jobs. And then it became create or save two million jobs. Now it's create or save almost four million jobs. Did anybody else notice that? You've double -- how did you double that number? So either his ideas have just become twice as good or maybe he's trying to lower this number. His 3.7 million jobs that will be created will be created at a cost of $223,000 per job. If you include the previous $700 billion that Bush has spent, it is $412,000 per job. What does that even mean? That is eight times what it cost the private sector to create a job. What a surprise. But where does the cash go? Well, you tell me. Does this sound like economic stimulus or the campaign platform from Michael Dukakis? There will be more than $100 billion spent on government food stamps, government healthcare, government housing, government pay for nonwork, $20 billion to increase food stamps, $20.2 billion for Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments, $11.2 billion for housing assistance programs administered by HUD, $27.1 billion to increase unemployment benefits, $13.3 billion to increase health insurance for unemployed workers. And this is my favorite: $11.1 billion for other unemployed compensation. What... is "Other unemployed compensation," is that just in case you are really, really unemployed? What's that number all about? But perhaps worst of all is the number that nobody is talking about, the $347 billion that's not even included in the $825 billion. What do you get for $347 billion? Nothing. I mean it, absolutely nothing. $347 billion is just the cost of interest on this money that we have to borrow for the stimulus bill through 2020. Surely we'll have all of this paid off by then. Oh, by the way, that means we will be paying more money on interest on Obama's first piece of legislation than the entire war in Afghanistan times two. And who was worried about big spending?
VOICE: That was even more overwhelming evidence that we are destined to be a bunch of socialist pigs very, very soon on the Glenn Beck program.