Glenn hits the chalkboard on radio




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GLENN: If you are an Insider Extreme member, go online now and see what we're doing and we'll have this all fleshed out with audio and video tomorrow.

PAT: If you are just listening on the radio, just turn it up and you'll be able to —

GLENN: See the chalkboard.

PAT: — see the chalkboard.

GLENN: But this came to me this morning after I was doing some research over the weekend on something else and I stumbled onto the history of anarchy here in the United States and I realized how it is a — the anarchist is a communist movement.

PAT: And we got onto this because of what President Obama said yesterday which was so unpresidential. People are blaming it on, "Oh, he's just trying to sound tough because people want him to be tougher."

GLENN: No.

PAT: It's a little deeper than that.

GLENN: No.

PAT: The president doesn't talk like that.

GLENN: No.

PAT: The president of the United States doesn't use that sort of speech.

GLENN: He's not talking to you.

PAT: No.

GLENN: When he said that, that was not a message to you. That was a message to someone else. You can feel it. Who? It is a message to the uber left.

So let me explain real quick what's on this chalkboard. Remember the scale that I've made a million times on television that it's total government on one side, anarchy on the other. That's the way it was with our founders and we want to stay as close to anarchy as we can without falling into chaos. The left and right scale is actually up and down. We're currently using the European scale which is the right, the progressive right is Nazi; the progressive left is communist. What this scale doesn't — the reason why progressives don't understand and the media doesn't understand is because they are leaving out one thing. There's one thing missing on this and that is... what? Limited government. But if you look at this scale and you understand the history of the anarchists in America and then you start separating the people in the administration into black flaggers, anarchists, those who say "Revolution!" Van Jones is at the top of the list. Bill Ayers, top of the list. Andy Stern. The people who say — and this is the key. Remember the press is starting to report now that, even the press is starting to turn on him. No, no. No, they're not. No. It's people like Bill Maher. Listen to what Bill Maher has said.

MAHER: But yeah. I mean, you know, they are talking about 60 votes. Forget this stuff, 60. You can't get Americans to agree on anything 60%. 60% of people don't believe in evolution in this country. He just needs to drag them to it. Like I just said, they're stupid. Just drag them to this. Get healthcare done, you know, with or without them. Make the gang of six an offer they can't refuse. This Max Baucus guy, he needs to wake up tomorrow with an intern's head in his bed.

GLENN: That's amazing. That's amazing. So did he belong with Nancy Pelosi — Harry Reid. I'm not sure where Nancy Pelosi is. She frightens me.

PAT: You might want to move her back into the middle with Obama and Soros because I — yeah, I don't know that she's with Harry Reid.

GLENN: She's not —

PAT: Not that I have any love for Harry Reid.

GLENN: No, but she's not —

PAT: But I don't think she's in the same class.

GLENN: Okay.

PAT: I think she's more radical than Harry Reid is.

GLENN: Okay. So on one side, on the total government side that leads you to communism which is right here, okay, I don't think these people are communists. They're progressives, that they don't want to have the, you know, the hammer and sickle, but they do want global control.

PAT: And if you are not seeing this on Insider Extreme — and most people aren't — we've got Harry Reid, Joe Biden, the Clintons, John Kerry on that side of people who want total government, just big government people.

GLENN: Big, giant government. You could really put people like Lindsey Graham there.

PAT: Yeah, I think so. John McCain, Lindsey Graham, uh huh.

GLENN: So you have McCain and Graham.

PAT: Those are the big government people. Over on the other side of this spectrum, the anarchists, you know, the Van Jones, the Bill Ayers, Andy Stern, the Bill Maher from whom we just heard, Oliver Stone, Sean Penn, the Michael Moores.

GLENN: Right.

PAT: All those people hanging out already with communists.

GLENN: And the people who are tired of waiting. They are tired of it, okay? These are the people that Jim Rogers has convinced. He's the guy from COWS, a think tank in Wisconsin that has designed this whole system. He said in 1992 in an interview I read, the Democrats are worthless and we have to destroy them, either by setting up another party. He started the new party. Either by starting a new party or going inside and destroying them from the inside. Well, that's what they did.

So they brought all these leftists, these Marxists, these revolutionaries. Look at the words of Van Jones. When Barack Obama said, "I need to see whose ass I need to kick," that's not the job of the president. The president doesn't kick ass. He upholds justice. Not kick ass. Who says that? A revolutionary does. And it didn't ring true because he's speaking to the revolutionaries. He's giving them their language. He's reaching out to them. Trying to hold them at bay. But I got news for you, gang. I don't know how they are going to be held at bay. The people who are on the total government, the big huge progressive side, the Harry Reids, the Joe Bidens. Joe Biden, now I understand why Joe Biden was selected as vice president.

PAT: He really doesn't seem to fit. He's the odd bought of this whole mix. I think —

GLENN: He is an oddball in any mix.

PAT: But for this administration, for Joe Biden to be a part of it doesn't really work for me.

GLENN: And, you know, you could come up with somebody that was, I don't know, just had a little more something. He was the union guy. Well, why do you need the union guys? You didn't need him to — because a vice president is always to bring in part of a vote, right? That's what the vice president is. Bring in some part of a vote that you couldn't get. They will say it's the Catholic vote or, I don't even know, the Delaware vote.

PAT: The South, whatever.

GLENN: The south, Joe Biden?

PAT: Not in Joe Biden's case but in general.

GLENN: In the past.

PAT: Vice presidents.

GLENN: So what is it? He's the union vote. But Obama already had that. So why do you need it? Try this on for size. Andy Stern is on the anarchist side. Andy Stern is workers of the world unite; take it; we know where you live, we'll come to your house. And they do! That's the dangerous side. Joe Biden is the, "I'm just for big government." He's a balance to Andy Stern. In case things go wrong, in case things go bad, that's Joe Biden's role to be able to walk into union meetings and say, "Listen, listen, you guys are out of hand. You're out of control; don't listen to those anymore." I think he's an emergency stop. Theory, this morning's theory. But does it make sense?

PAT: It does. It does.

GLENN: I mean, it's at least probable.

PAT: You know, he can also serve that function on foreign policy, and he just did with Israel.

GLENN: With Israel.

PAT: He just did that.

GLENN: Yes.

PAT: He's the balancing act. It's interesting.

GLENN: But here's what's happening. We have to know where Obama is on the scale. You'll have to decide. Where is Soros and the Center For American Progress? Are they on the, "Take it. In the end, take it."

PAT: I'd say Soros is.

GLENN: I think Soros is. I think Eric Holder may be. Elena Kagan, don't know enough about her but I don't like what she's done with international law. Nancy Pelosi. You know, there are politicians and then there are black flag Kool Aid drinkers. And by the way, just so you know, Kool Aid drinkers, he was a black flag communist kind of guy.

PAT: Yeah, Jim Jones was absolutely a communist.

GLENN: Yeah. There are those who, if I can't do it, if I can't have it, no one will. Those are the people that should be of grave concern. Those are the people that I have been warning about. Everybody wants to lump them in with Harry Reid and Joe Biden and the Clintons. No. The Clintons are just a part of this system of cobbling all these people together. And I think the way the Clintons sleep at night is they tell themselves, "Well, in the end we're just using these people. You've got to break a few eggs to make an omelette. We can control them." They couldn't be more wrong. Because you've let them into the system. They are no longer out of the — you've injected this poison into the system.

PAT: You said that six years ago with Michael Moore at the Democrat National Convention.

GLENN: So be very careful on your celebration on, hey, the press is turning — no, no, no. Who is turning against the president? Look for the stories, and we will cover this tomorrow. Look for the stories out of Washington on this big progressive convention because it's all the uber left. They are the ones telling the president and that is who the president spoke to when he said, I need to know whose ass I need to kick. Excuse me? You are not speaking to Bill Clinton. You are not speaking to Harry Reid on that. You are speaking to William Ayers, you are speaking — let me give you one more piece of audio. Real quick give me the —

PAT: Robert Reich?

GLENN: Hang on. Robert Reich I contend — I don't know for sure where he fits, but I think he fits over on the total government side, not the an arc communist side. Jeffy, you don't think so? I don't know. Don't put them in. He is either speaking for the anarchist/communist side or it's an olive branch. Hey, hey, hey. Hey, everybody, I know about Obama and how you feel right now but listen, this is what we're working towards.

REICH: We need to have government take BP's operations over at least until this is solved.

GLENN: See?

PAT: Mmm hmmm.

GLENN: And it is the progressive thing that the anarchists are pissed about. We need to do it in a little step, at least until it's solved.

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