by Glenn Beck
GLENN: Officials warn against violence. Rallies yesterday, a national day of protest against education funding cuts were generally peaceful. Some of them were not. People carrying signs and chanting, give my education back, from pre K to Ph.D., let me go to school. You can go to school. Go to school all you want. I never went to school. I'm okay. I did all right. Pat?
GLENN: Did you go to school?
PAT: No. High school.
GLENN: Yeah. Hey, Stu, did you go to college? Which college did you go to?
STU: I went to nowhere university.
GLENN: Yeah, nowhere university.
PAT: Is that nowhere state university?
STU: It is the state college.
PAT: I thought so.
GLENN: How are you doing?
STU: Wonderful because of my college education.
STU: Singularly because
GLENN: How are you doing, Pat?
PAT: You know, I'm okay.
PAT: I probably make a little over minimum wage, you know.
PAT: Somewhat over that.
GLENN: I still, I
PAT: Are you making over minimum wage? Barely?
GLENN: I'm barely.
GLENN: Barely scraping through, just barely making it.
PAT: Well, I mean, surely you were born then with a silver spoon in your mouth, uh huh. Handed, everything handed to you.
GLENN: I never once, I couldn't afford to go to more than one semester of college. Never once.
PAT: What? What about your rich baker father? He didn't put you
GLENN: No, he didn't put me through.
PAT: Ivy League?
PAT: Come on.
GLENN: At 30 I went, but I never once said, I deserve this. I never once left the campus and thought, I ain't gonna go how come they're going? I want to take it from them! Never once. Never once. I educated myself.
Here's another thing that I'd like Nancy Pelosi to comment on. They were protesting at the school the rate hikes. They surrounded a car, smashed out a car windshield with someone in the car, but they only did it with a metal pipe.
PAT: Oh, so they did it safely then.
GLENN: Oh, sure, sure, sure. I'm sure they said, hey, can you put on these safety goggles for the person inside.
GLENN: May I ask you, how many tea partygoers have you seen covered in the news carrying metal pipes to the tea party protests?
PAT: If they did, I'm pretty sure MSNBC would have covered that and we would have seen that about 9,000 times.
GLENN: Metal pipes. I don't bring metal pipes to anything. I mean, maybe if I'm going to a plumber's convention or I believe I may have brought a metal pipe to a Home Depot on a Saturday. But just to see if they have, you know, something that fits this.
Day of Action yesterday, a Day of Action is what it was called. And they're talking about giving the things that they've been promised. There were rallies all over the country. In New York City, Austin, Baton Rouge, Seattle, California, Wisconsin, and they say this is just the tip of the iceberg. Who's got the power? We've got the power. They were chanting money for jobs and education, not for war and incarceration. That sounds like Van Jones, doesn't it?
PAT: It's catchy, too.
GLENN: We haven't even looked at the people who are the foreign supporters of this. Give me a list of some of the foreign supporters of this. Can you do that?
PAT: Yeah. Just bring it up here again. It's the International League of Peoples Struggle Youth, Philippines, the League of Filipino Students, the National Union of Students of the Philippines. Like this one: The Socialist Student Front in Bangladesh. Solidarity Lithuanian Students, Vilnius, Lithuania, Student Christian Movement of the Philippines? They're involved. The Teachers Unity Forum in Kerala, India. I mean, why do these people, these are all
GLENN: Workers of the world unite.
PAT: Workers of the world types.
GLENN: Workers of the world unite.
All right. Your phone call is just a second away. The number is 888 727 BECK, 888 727 BECK. And don't forget that we're doing an hour on indoctrination tonight at 5:00. I think that we are you know, Pat and I were talking about it before we went on the air today. I think we have a real problem. If healthcare passes, we're in real trouble. We're in real trouble. If healthcare doesn't pass, I have a feeling we're in for violence because the left, the unions, and everybody else that has been promised this healthcare, we worked for this. If they don't get it, they are not going to be happy. And isn't it interesting that all of these groups are saying organize, organize for education, organize for education. Isn't it weird that these communist groups, the same slogan as the president: Organize for America. What's with the organizing lately?