Glenn Beck - Obama to Reid: 'I have a gift, Harry'


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GLENN: And here comes the arrogance. Have you ever heard anyone say anything like this? This is Harry Reid. Harry Reid writes Stu, this speech was the GOP speech, right? Or not the GOP but the Democratic speech, the original, the Harry Reid thing.

STU: I think it's from his book, I believe, his forthcoming book. Dan, you might know the history better than me.

DAN: No, no, it's I don't know if it's that exact speech, Glenn, but it's right about that time and then Harry Reid wrote about it in his book.

GLENN: I'm pretty sure it's about the DNC speech that Barack Obama gave and everybody had a chill running down their leg and everything else. Remember this is, what, 2004? So Harry Reid says, he writes in his book, "That speech was phenomenal, Barack, I told him, and I will never forget his response. Without the barest hint of braggadocio or conceit and what I would describe as deep humility, he said quietly, I have a gift, Harry." Excuse me? I have a gift, Harry? Without a hint of conceit? With deep humility? I'm going to try to say this. Stu, just tell me, "Glenn, that was a fantastic show you did." Pretend, pretend.

STU: Glenn, wow, what a fantastic show you did today.

GLENN: I well, I have a gift, Stu. It doesn't work.

STU: A hint there.

GLENN: Yeah, doesn't work.

STU: Big, deep humility.

GLENN: Deep humility. Go ahead.

STU: Hey, Glenn, what a great show you had today.

GLENN: I have a gift. I don't know how to say it! Okay, try this one. Go ahead. Do it again.

STU: Hey, Glenn, what a great show you had today.

GLENN: I got a gift, you know no, I'm kidding, I'm kidding, I don't have a whew. Really? You thought that was a good show?

STU: Well, yes, there you go.

GLENN: That one would have worked.

STU: There's one.

GLENN: I can't make you try it. You try it with deep humility. Dan, get ready. You try it. Deep humility. Hey, Stu, that was some of the best producing I've ever seen.

STU: You know, Glenn, I have a gift.

GLENN: See, you can't say those words with deep humility.

DAN: I can do it.

GLENN: This is some of the best this is one of the best technically produced shows I've ever heard.

DAN: Thank you, Glenn. It is a gift.

GLENN: No, no. No, no, you can't no, it is a gift, no, that doesn't work. It's got to be I have a gift.

STU: Still didn't work, but go ahead.

GLENN: My gosh

STU: I have a gift, Dan.

GLENN: The tones that are sent for this show are just amazing.

DAN: I have a gift. I do, for

GLENN: You can't say that!

DAN: I have a gift. No, I'm only kidding. I'm terrible.

STU: That's the only way you can do it.

GLENN: You can't say I have a gift, and without a hint of conceit? Can you imagine if anyone else on the planet would say that? Do you know what they are putting up in Union Square today for his 100 day anniversary?

STU: No.

GLENN: A giant poster of him with a crown the laurel around his head. Caesar! Caesar.

STU: It's not in a

GLENN: It's not a joke, no.

STU: Not in a commentary sort of way?

GLENN: Not a joke.

STU: This guy's acting like

GLENN: It's Union Square.

STU: I've been to Union Square.

GLENN: Yeah. Hello.

STU: It would be a joke if they'd understand, that's for sure. But I was wondering if maybe the artist

GLENN: No, uh uh.

STU: Okay, a stupid one.

GLENN: No. This is NYU.

STU: You know, normally I wouldn't guess at things like that, but I have a gift.

GLENN: That was a little closer, you know. That was pretty good. I've got to get you hang on. Where's the laurel for Stu I can put on his head? You know what? I'd like to see if anybody can try to say I have a you can call up and say whatever you want today but you have to first start when I say, hi, you're on the Glenn Beck program and you say, "Glenn, I have to tell you, I'm so glad I could call, but it's I have a gift." And see if anybody can do it without conceit. I don't think you can.

STU: Oh, I have one, I think I have it.

GLENN: Okay. Stu, you know what, let me tell you something. You are amazing. That was an amazing job you did.

STU: Right. Oh, hey, Harry, I have a gift for your wife.

GLENN: No, no, it's no, there's no no, there's no ellipse, there's no dot dot dot. I have a gift, Harry, dot dot dot for you and your wife. It doesn't uh uh.

STU: Thought I had something there, but no.

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