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VOICE: The Glenn Beck program presents more truth behind America's March to Socialism.
GLENN: Well, it's a very sad day. I'm pretty sure you are going to see every hammer and sickle flying at half staff today because we have lost a czar. The car czar Steve Rattner who we haven't been able to interview. Nobody has really inter I think CNN has interviewed him once which was a that was very gracious of the czar to let CNN really just go after him and have him on the carpet there for a couple of minutes. But anyway, he stepped down from his post after less than six months in the position. You are going to hear all kinds of stories about how great he I mean, he's stepping down because now GM is out of bankruptcy. His job is done. Well, if his job is done, then gee, why do we have to replace him with another car czar. Rattner, whose resume just screamed, "Hey, put me in charge of the auto industry, you know, that we shouldn't be running and we don't really want to run," that's what his resume said to me, he had jobs like media advisor and New York Times reporter. Who's better to fix the auto industry than a New York Times reporter, you know? He says he's stepping down because, well, he wants to spend more time with his family. Maybe, maybe. Maybe he wants to spend more time, you know, with his family before he goes to prison. Maybe. I don't know. I don't know. He probably just is completely sincere on the more time with the kids thing. No way it would have anything to do with the SEC and the New York State investigation of the firm that he created, the Quadrangle group. You know, they were just investigating to see if there were kickbacks given for participation in a $122 billion state pension fund. But I'm sure a New York Times reporter and a media advisor turned car czar had nothing to do with that in the company that he started. So but thankfully we're not going to be down a car czar for very long because God knows this country just isn't the same when, you know, when we're not, you know, running at full czar capacity. The new man is now ready to step in and hit the ground running and you are going to love this guy seriously. You thought the New York Times reporter guy was great to fix the auto industry? Wait until you hear about Ron Bloom. Ron Bloom is well, I think he practically invented the car, you know. Much more than the experience that he doesn't have in anything dealing with automotive vehicles or industry or anything like that. This is, I think he practically invented the car. You are going to breathe a sigh of relief when you find out that we have now hired a Harvard, a Harvard business trained banker who then went right to work to head up the United Steel Workers union. So we have a union official, now the car czar with the car companies that we now own and run. But not that we want to. He didn't want to do that at all. He didn't want to take over those things. Wow, I mean, who better to figure out what to do with a government and union owned industry making cars than a government employed former union guy? I mean, this thing's fixed. We're right around the corner from just raging success. America, let me just tell you this: We are having tough times, sure, but I want you to fall to your knees every night and pray for our leaders. And most importantly pray to the ghost of Stalin for your czars because they are going to need all the help they can get.
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.