GLENN: We have not done the Mike Huckabee thing yet. I have -- well, do I even have the letter here, Dan? Do you have the letter? Have we posted at GlennBeck.com yet?
DAN: We can post it at your request.
GLENN: Has it been redacted, some of it?
STU: Yes, some of it has. The parts that we believe will be inappropriate to release.
The shocking document that America has demanded to see...
GLENN: How much of it is left? Do we have the audio of Stephen Colbert?
STU: I'm not sure if we do. Do we, Dan? I mean, because Dan's your favorite boy right now. Why don't you ask him? He's your guy.
GLENN: If Dan was the executive producer and set the table here every day of what we were going to do, he would have it.
DAN: Stu's had his microphone yapping away. So I can't hear it. Give me one second, Stu.
GLENN: Give me this because here's what happened. Mike Huckabee wrote me and said your show, being on your show is the reason why we've had this surge. And then I see him on with Stephen Colbert sucking up. I mean, Stephen Colbert. His book isn't that good. I'm sorry. Did I say that out loud? So Stephen Colbert comes out and all of a sudden he's sucking up. And I figure I have to expose this, and it has nothing to do with the rivalry between me and Stephen Colbert, nothing to do with. It's all about truth.
STU: There is no rivalry between you and Stephen Colbert. It's that you're behind him every week.
GLENN: Okay, we don't need to be that truthful.
STU: Well, you did beat him one week.
GLENN: I did. And then he's pounded me into the dirt for, like, the last six weeks.
STU: And he didn't even have live shows on. He was on writer's strike and --
GLENN: Okay, all right. I wonder how many times you have to be on top five of the New York Times list, how many weeks do you -- we're seven weeks running one, two, or three on the New York Times list, seven weeks running. How many times do you have to be number one on the New York Times before they -- you know, top five before they review the book?
STU: Rhetorical question? I don't know. I don't know the answer to it.
GLENN: All right. Dan, do you have the Stephen Colbert/Huckabee thing?
DAN: Why, Dan? Why not, Dan? Why, why? Stu)
GLENN: See what's happening here?
GLENN: See what's happening?
STU: Be right back. We do have this attack ad and I think it's inappropriate if you want that, Glenn.
GLENN: The attack ad? On Mike Huckabee?
GLENN: Okay. Now we're talking.
STU: Sink his campaign.
GLENN: Go ahead.
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GLENN: Stand by, everyone. Stu, we couldn't have -- we need to redact the word "May" in that letter.
STU: That's a very good point.
GLENN: Can we redact the word "May. " It may be the reason for our surge. Can we take that out? It makes our case a lot longer.
STU: Good idea.
GLENN: Okay? We'll post that today at GlennBeck.com. You can find it on the front page.