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GLENN: Here's Mr. Christie, Governor Christie and the late latest Chris Christie porn.
VOICE: -- leads to talk of Governor Christie maybe being President Christie. What do you say? Don't let the applause prevent an answer.
CHRIS: Yeah, listen, not going to happen.
VOICE: What do you mean?
CHRIS: I want to be governor of New Jersey, I ran for governor of New Jersey.
VOICE: So did Woodrow Wilson.
CHRIS: I understand that, but I'm not Woodrow Wilson I don't think anybody could confuse me with Woodrow Wilson. Listen, you have to be really in your gut, and in your heart, ready to be President of the United States if you decide to run for that. And I simply do not have the desire to do it, nor do I think I'm ready. You know, four years ago there were a lot of people who wanted me to run for governor in 2005, when I was U.S. attorney, and I made the decision even though many in my party were urging me to do it, not to run because I loved the job I was in, and I didn't think I was ready.
VOICE: But you already know governor have more experience than Barack Obama when he announced his presidency (Applause.)
CHRIS: Well, that -- that doesn't mean -- that doesn't mean that I'm ready. That doesn't mean that I'm ready.
VOICE: How about --
CHRIS: In my judgment -- and this is really important, because in my judgment, if you're going to try to do something like that, you have to absolutely believe in your heart and in your mind that you want to do it, and that you're ready to do it. And I want to be governor of New Jersey.
STU: Disappointing on one hand.
GLENN: He doesn't know this. He doesn't know this. Chris, there is a kitchen in the White House that will make --
PAT: You had to go --
GLENN: I'm speaking his language. What, you don't think I speak that language? Somebody tells me that there is a kitchen and chefs that will make anything I want I can call at 3 o'clock in the morning I feel like pie, and they will bring it to me.
STU: We have the one politician who actually doesn't seem like he's only hungry for power, and you're have to go to fat jokes.
GLENN: I'm not going to fat jokes I'm being dead serious.
STU: I do not --
GLENN: You don't think it appeals to him?
STU: It appeals to anyone to have their own --
GLENN: Exactly right. Exactly right. I'm a man who can talk -- I talk to my stomach, my stomach talks to me. I am one with me belly. You don't think that that is something -- come on. He says he's not ready. Okay fine, whatever. Pie. Anytime you want it. Now how much do you want it, Chris?
STU: He was very specific though, Pat was saying off the air a little worried they were constantly bringing that up.
PAT: If he changes his mind, they'll beat him to death.
STU: They will beat him to death with it, but he very clearly did qualify it. He very clearly -- as he was leading up to it. If you want to play it again, there were two specific things, it was it was in his heart, and there was another thing I can't remember what it was, if you want to hit it again but it was something it was just about his heart and it was something else but it wasn't like I don't think I'm qualified because I'm not intelligent enough.
PAT: He said he's not ready.
STU: He said he's not ready in his heart. It was a heart and desire maybe, something like that.
PAT: It's too definitive to run in 2012.
GLENN: I don't know anybody who really wants -- do you know anybody who really wants the presidency? Do you know anybody?
PAT: Yeah, power hungry people. I think Barack Obama wanted it desperately, obviously.
GLENN: Do you know anybody who really wants the presidency, who you want to be the president of the United States?
PAT: No probably not.
GLENN: Think about what this next president is going to have to do. We are not inheriting a country that is in good condition. You're inheriting a country -- you want to say the country was left in bad shape because of George W. Bush, yes it was. And many conservatives were saying the same thing. Look at what's happening to us. We're spending out of control, we're abandoning the free market system, and we've got our borders open, and we're fighting wars that we're not not fighting to win. Yeah. Barack Obama did inherit a bad situation. Now, what has he done with that situation? He has made it a thousand times worse. And creating a situation to where the State can grab power like craze y what is in this new financial bill? They can grab companies they think that it is a danger to the nation, they can just grab it and shut you down. That's a little frightening with that power.
PAT: And that's not companies that's taken stimulus that's any company they deem big enough to harm the economy they can take control of this.
GLENN: Now let me ask this, could you say that Fox News --
GLENN: Darn right you could. Could you say that talk radio is?
PAT: You bet.
GLENN: Look what they just did with me and Goldline, they're trying to convince Americans that somehow I can affect the price of gold? There's no way. There's no way.
STU: China can affect the price of gold. Glenn Beck cannot.
GLENN: Exactly. So the government is trying to convince you that I am a danger to people's retirement, I'm a danger to the price of gold, et cetera, et cetera. That's ridiculous. Now we're about to give that government power to shut down anyone that they think is a threat to the economy, or threat to the United States of America.
PAT: You may have affected the price of pie, though, today. I really want some. And you've created an extra demand and that will drive the price up. Are you in with Mrs. Smith?
GLENN: Yes, I am.
STU: He seemed to ignore your pie comment, he seems to be moving on.
PAT: Moving on. Whatever. Whatever.
GLENN: If you'd like to do add what we're trying to do to BP what we're about to do to drilling in this country. Who wants to be President?
PAT: Nobody in their right mind.
GLENN: You have the labor unions all primed and ready to go. Anybody that has to make cuts, remember in France the unions are protest because they're trying to raise the retirement age to 60 or 62. They're trying to raise it to 62. And the unions are all protesting. What do you think they're going to do to the next president of the United States? What do you think these unions are going to do to the Republican party in Congress? They are going to rip it apart. If I don't have pie at call 24 hours a day, no way I'm doing it. No way anybody is going to do it. You're going to have to escape to the pie room.
And yes, Chris, I just told you about the kitchen. I haven't told you about the pie room. Not a lot of people know about the pie room.
STU: National radio you just said --
GLENN: Believe me, Chris, there is a pie room. But you have to be the president
STU: Oh, the pie room, I love the pie room.
STU: It's filled with pies.
GLENN: You have to be President to get into the pie room. I'm just saying. Back in a second.
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