Congressman Phil Hare doesn't care about Constitution
GLENN: We have to get to the audio where Barack Obama mentioned Voldemort's name for the very first time. Me, he mentioned my name with Rush Limbaugh. But in the part of the audio that everybody else is ignoring, he said, you know, the thing about these guys is they'll say, you know, "Oh, look at, you know, he's a Marxist" but then they don't you push them on it and they don't have anything.
GLENN: Excuse me?
PAT: Not so much.
GLENN: So I take that as a challenge from the president of the United States to show you exactly where he's a Marxist. We'll do that coming up in just a little while. And, of course, I do want to get to Congressman Phil Hare? Where's Phil from?
PAT: Phil's from Illinois.
GLENN: I'm sorry. He's what?
PAT: He's from Illinois.
GLENN: He's from Illinois?
GLENN: Isn't that where the president is from?
PAT: Sure is, uh huh.
GLENN: From Illinois.
PAT: Yeah, a lot of these guys are from Illinois.
GLENN: From Illinois.
PAT: Uh huh.
GLENN: And what did Congressman Phil Hare say?
PAT: Phil Hare is talking to some constituents. It looks like it's a town hall type of meeting. They are talking about the healthcare, and Phil's still trying to sell it even though it's already law, and they ask him about the Constitution.
CONGRESSMAN HARE: Well, look. We've got a
VOICE: Where in the Constitution?
CONGRESSMAN HARE: We are I don't worry about the Constitution on this to be honest.
VOICE: Jackpot, brother.
CONGRESSMAN HARE: I care more about, I care more about the people that are dying every day that don't have health insurance.
VOICE: You care more about that than the U.S. Constitution that you swore to uphold?
CONGRESSMAN HARE: I believe it says we have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
VOICE: That's the Declaration of Independence.
PAT: Did you hear? That's he cares more about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Somebody in the crowd tells him, that's the Declaration of Independence. "I don't care" is his response. Unbelievable. That's unbelievable. He doesn't he cares more about people who are dying than the U.S. Constitution. So anybody who's sick and doesn't have healthcare is more important than the document that founded this country.
GLENN: No, no, no. No, no, no. Than the document that he swore to uphold.
PAT: And swore to uphold, yeah.
GLENN: And defend.