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GLENN: From high above Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, this is the third most listened to show in all of America. My name is Glenn Beck. You know, I wrote the words to this theme song this year and they are words that I believe to the core of my being. We just have to remember who we have and we will be the key. I'm going to post this on the free newsletter tonight at glennbeck.com, but I if you're watching on the Insider Extreme, Don, can you take Camera 2 here from behind and show what's on my screen?
This just came in from Phil Kerpen. It is the Obama way of subverting the Constitution. I mean, this is, this is his agenda. Look at this, Pat. This is his agenda. Go up a bit on 2, please. There you go. Thank you.
So, here's his agenda. Everything comes down from Obama at the top and you have cap and trade. The dotted lines are the way it's supposed to work, cap and trade. The dotted line goes to the House. It goes to the House. It fails in the Senate. Internet regulation, supposed to go to the House and Senate. It fails in both. Union card check, it passes in the House, fails in the Senate. Debt commission, fails in the Senate, never gets to the House. Healthcare, the Senator Brown victory should have sent a message but then it went to the House and the Senate. We don't know exactly what's going to happen. It passed in the Senate, but then if you pass he's blocked every step of the way. Phil Kerpen made this chart to show how he is subverting the process.
PAT: That is pretty interesting, yeah.
GLENN: Cap and trade, he goes around the House and Senate and he goes down to the EPA. Internet regulation, he goes past where it fails in the House and Senate, goes to the FCC. Union card check, he gets Craig Becker nominee. It doesn't it fails in the Senate and so he gives it possibly a recess appointment. Debt commission, it fails in the Senate. He issues an executive order. Healthcare, reconciliation. He has subverted the process, the legitimate process every step of the way. And nobody seems to have a problem with this. My thanks to Phil Kerpen for this. Phil, I you've got to show on this on television. It's unbelievable. It's just unbelievable. We'll include this in the free e mail newsletter today so you can see and because it's so clear. And when you look at it, you say to your friends, Okay. Show me how is this American? How is this the American process? I can't think of it. But this isn't it. I have a friend who will remain nameless who has a friend who will remain nameless. My friend, who will remain nameless, is not a progressive. His friend is. His friend said, You know what? You've got to see some of the things that are going on in Washington. And his friend knows who he is. He knows he's friends with me. And he said, Okay. He said, you ought to go a private, closed door progressive meeting in Washington, because some pretty big names are going to be there. He said, Okay. So, he goes down and he brings down his video camera and he goes in and they said, oh, you can't bring in your video camera. You can't video record this. He aid said, oh, okay. So, he left his video camera there. They didn't take away his cell phone. They didn't say he couldn't record the audio and he recorded the audio. I'm going to give you one piece of many, many things that were said that we will be exposing here in the next few days. This one is from Chuck Schumer. Chuck Schumer, not thinking that he's being recorded, is talking about a new process, you know, the Constitution see, I show you this chart from Phil Kerpen and you see how they are they're subverting everything, they're just going around everything. Well, Chuck Schumer, he has an idea, too, and he shared it in a room full of progressives, plus one. And here's what he said.
SCHUMER: This is something that people have looked at (inaudible.) So, you can't just rush it out. You have to really study it carefully and that's what the hearing (inaudible) and the rules committee who has jurisdiction over what this is intended to. There have been some very interesting papers written that said that the Constitutional right, for instance, of the Senate to make its own rules supercedes the two thirds that you can't change the rules but only when Congress writes new rules at the beginning of each Congress, every two year period where we reorganize ourselves. That's something we want to explore.
PAT: I'll bet you do.
GLENN: I'll bet you do. So, let me see. You've got to play by the rules that are set out in the Constitution. You've got to play by the rules and if you want to change those rules, you have to have two thirds vote to change those rules, unless an there's something we're exploring you just set out new rules at the beginning of the year. Excuse me?
PAT: Where does it say that in the Constitution? We can super seed the Constitution if we want to, if we decide to at the beginning of the session? What?
Glenn: Why would you have the whole two thirds thing? Why not just say, you want to set out your own rules at the beginning of the year. This is something we're exploring academically. We're just exploring this. Ways to get around, ways to oh, cap and trade, passed in the House, failed in the Senate. Give it to the EPA. Internet regulation, didn't pass in the House, didn't pass in the Senate. Give it to the FCCC. Union card check, passes in the House, not in the Senate, nominate some nominate somebody, Craig Becker. Oh, that didn't pass in the Senate? I'll just give it a recess appointment. Debt commission, doesn't go by the Senate. Just do an executive order. Healthcare? Doesn't look like you can do it the right way. Do it through reconciliation. And if that doesn't work, what is the new thing they're calling it now? The new word
PAT: The Slaughter rule.
GLENN: The Slaughter rule. Don't even vote on it. It's something they're exploring. I don't think I mean, if this is isn't a if this were a company, this company would be the most evil company on the planet. If you can you imagine having tape of one of its officers let's say it's Enron. Let's say it's Exxon and we had tape of one of its chief officers saying, You know what? Look. The law says this but we're exploring some other ways to get around the law. If we had on tape, how long do you think before that officer would be fired? If we had on tape as many pieces of evidence of corruption that we have in Washington, do you think any company would survive? No. Why? Because you would stop using them. You would stop giving them money. You would stop buying their products. You would boycott them! But, see, by law you must buy their products and they're about to give you more products, more products, that work as horribly as all the other products that don't work and they will force you to do it and then they're going to come into your business and they will tell you that you've got to run your business as they run their government. They will force you into corruption. Look. We can do this the easy way or we can do this the hard way. Holy cow. I'm glad that they're working on how to get around the laws and the rules, Chuck Schumer and those in Congress. You should ask yourself in today's world if anything is really ever not heard. You should ask yourself, do I what I'm saying right now do I mind coming out? You should ask yourself, is everything that I have, when it's written, is it is it is it really just between me and the receiver? Especially those who are in that meeting, you should ask yourself, what did I say? Because we know what you said and we're going to play what you said. We're just a little busy on healthcare right now. Gosh. I don't mean to drag out the agony. I don't mean to make you sweat. I hate to do that. You're so busy trying to make my life miserable and everybody else's life miserable. I hate to have you lose a second of sleep because you're wondering, what was it I said? I'm sure you said all honest things. Don't miss a second of the broadcast, radio and television, and don't miss tonight, our Insider Extreme live from Broadway. You don't want to miss it. It starts at 8:00, live on stage, The Future of History and then an honest, what, 40 minutes, an hour of questioning from you, the audience. Insider Extreme, you can sign up for it right now at glennbeck.com.