The Obama National Anthem
GLENN: Today from Tampa, Florida, and WFLA where this afternoon we're doing, I think we're doing a couple of shows at the Sun Dome, and my apologies to the president of the United States who tried to get the Sun Dome for a cute little speech that he was doing. He couldn't do it there because Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck had two sold out shows. There's a part of me that
PAT: That had to hurt.
GLENN: It's very, it hurts.
PAT: It hurts, doesn't it?
GLENN: It is.
PAT: To think you may have had something to do with the president not getting what he wanted? Ow! Ooh!
GLENN: And we look forward to having a great weekend. I flew down last night with Bill O'Reilly and I have to tell you a little bit about what happened on the plane later on in the program but first I want to go right to the news of the day which I think is fantastic. Mayor Bloomberg says security for the trial of, you know, the 9/11 terror thugs just might not be the best idea. He said, quote, they prefer that he prefers that it's done elsewhere.
PAT: I mean, is that a new thing or
PAT: Because Bloomberg was just fine with it at the beginning.
GLENN: Yeah, I know, I know.
PAT: He was okay.
GLENN: Chuck Schumer said he was pleased that the administration is reconsidering the location of the trial. Schumer spoke with high level members of the administration, urged them to find alternatives. I don't know why in a city where it would take $200 million a year to be able to have this trial, they think it would be a three year trial, minimum $200 million a year. So we're talking about three quarters of a billion dollars to have this trial in New York City. And by the way, I believe New York City would be paying for it. I don't know why that would be a problem for anybody.
PAT: Nah. I think they are looking for a more sensitive location right now.
GLENN: Are they?
PAT: I think so. You know that they are, the justice department is looking around to move the trial because they are getting so much flack now.
PAT: So it's going to be somewhere within the United States.
PAT: It's going to be something sensitive.
GLENN: Could we is there a nuclear power plant that we could hold it at?
PAT: I'm hoping, you know, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial.
GLENN: The Lincoln Memorial would be really good. How about the mall of America?
GLENN: Could we have it in the mall of America right there in the food court of the mall of America?
PAT: That wouldn't be symbolic at all.
GLENN: No, that would be good. Yeah, that would be good. You know what? How about elementary schools?
GLENN: I'm just
PAT: Yes, right.
GLENN: We're trying to help the administration and the president. Where else would be an equally bright place to hold it?
PAT: How about we go directly to the U.S. Supreme Court building?
GLENN: That's not bad. Not bad. White House, we could hold it right there in the White House by the bowling alley.
PAT: Well, it's such a good thing that we're bringing them here to show that America is so open and we have this fairness and justice for all, even terrorists. Why not even show them even further, we're even going to hold it at the White House.
GLENN: I like that.
PAT: Right where I live.
GLENN: I like that. That wouldn't be bad.
PAT: No, it would be great.
GLENN: You know, I think I've decided, Pat, that I think that's where we need to campaign.
GLENN: We need to campaign for it being held at the White House.
PAT: In D.C. at the White House.
GLENN: Because they will say immediately, well, that's ridiculous because of security. So and there's so much going on at the White House.
PAT: A lot of lobbyists coming and going.
PAT: I mean, would you have room to put the trial anywhere around there?
GLENN: I don't know. It's weird because he doesn't mind inconveniencing businesses.
GLENN: He doesn't mind putting our lives at stake.
PAT: Uh uh, that's fine.
GLENN: I think we should have it at the White House.
PAT: I think so, too.
GLENN: I think the terror trial it's official? It's official, the terror trial should be moved right directly to... the White House.