GLENN: All right. So that's today only. All right. Let's go back to this ad. This group is a Democratic, you know, progressive operative group. You go to their website and it's all about pass healthcare, you know, card check, blah, blah blah, blah blah, and they came they're a good Christian group and they have a real problem with me because, well, I could be the devil. Here is the ad campaign that is running on radio stations apparently across the country.
VOICE: Will you support a leader who said Jesus' teachings can lead to Naziism? Or who attacks Christian pastors for preaching the full gospel?
GLENN: Full gospel.
PAT: Full gospel.
GLENN: Hang on just a second. In ancient mythology aren't there half beast, half people? That might be what it is.
PAT: Might be one of them.
GLENN: It might be one of those.
STU: Is that, like, on the directions when she's reading the script? Does it say try to cry in the middle of the word?
GLENN: No, I think this is the first ad campaign, first political ad campaign that has ever been run against me. Remember I'm not running for anything.
PAT: And what are you a leader of?
PAT: Because she does say, would you follow a leader who blah, blah blah.
GLENN: Oh, and she is not implying that some leader would just appear who is saying this? I'm the leader?
PAT: You're the leader.
GLENN: Am I the leader of the club?
PAT: Yes, you're the leader.
GLENN: For you and me?
GLENN: M I C K E Y.
PAT: M O U S E.
GLENN: Oh, that is great.
STU: Despite the fact that we've only played about three seconds of this, they do actually eventually get to you.
GLENN: Okay. All right. Go ahead.
VOICE: Then why do so many Christians tune in to Glenn Beck? By deriding pastors —
GLENN: Hold on just a second. Because that's how evil I am. Sometimes the power of darkness is so strong that you just can't even see it. And I'm the one, I'm the one using the power of darkness.
VOICE: Preach that justice taught by Jesus and the prophets. Glenn Beck has urged listeners to follow his piecemeal gospel.
VOICE: Scripture teaches that the tongue can be like a small fire that sets a whole forest ablaze, and Christians are caught in —
GLENN: Hold on just a second. I've got to try that.
STU: Can you do that?
PAT: Set a forest on fire with your tongue?
GLENN: I don't know. Do I have to rub my tongue against someone else's tongue to get the spark?
PAT: No, I think you are so evil that fire shoots from your tongue.
PAT: And burns forests.
GLENN: Okay, go ahead.
VOICE: Not to praise God in one breath while cursing those made in God's likeness in the next.
VOICE: Glenn Beck has the right to speak his mind and Christians can disagree with each other, but we must do so out of a spirit of love and truth. Learn more about what Glenn Beck says about Christian pastors and the Bible at faithfulAmerica.org.
PAT: Love and truth, and there's not a word of truth in this stinking ad but she's concerned about speaking with love and truth.
GLENN: I would like this ad to continue to run.
PAT: Wow. Yeah? You like that?
GLENN: I would love this ad, and maybe — and maybe I have information that others don't. But I think it would be great for this ad to run a lot. Is there another one?
PAT: No, this is the one.
GLENN: Is this the one?
GLENN: Play it again from the top, will you?
PAT: And maybe we can make it all the way through.
GLENN: We'll make it all the way through.
VOICE: Will you support a leader who said Jesus' teachings can lead to Naziism or who attacks Christian pastors for preaching the full gospel? And why do so many Christians tune in to Glenn Beck? By did he riding pastors who preach that justice taught by Jesus and the prophets, Glenn Beck has urged listeners to follow his piecemeal gospel. Scripture teaches that the tongue can be like a small fire that sets a whole forest ablaze.
VOICE: And Christians are cautioned not to praise God in one breath while cursing those made in God's likeness in the next. Glenn Beck has the right to speak his mind, and Christians can disagree with each other, but we must do so out of a spirit of love and truth.
VOICE: Learn more about what Glenn Beck says about Christian pastors and the Bible at faithfulAmerica.org.
PAT: I went to faithfulAmerica.org to learn more.
GLENN: Did you?
PAT: Yeah. And here's just a few things that they stand for. They are an online community of tens of thousands of citizens motivated by faith to take action on the pressing moral issues of our time. They come from diverse faith traditions but share a unifying commitment to restore community and uphold common good in America. And, across the globe. But here's what they want to do: End poverty and promote economic security for all. They want to promote peace and restore America's commitment to human rights and diplomacy. They want to prevent — and this is such a good spiritual message — prevent the catastrophic effects of climate change. Climate change.
GLENN: Climate change.
PAT: Counter hate speech and misinformation in the media pertaining to people of faith, and work for welcoming communities where immigrants and people of all faiths are welcome. This is the Obama administration.
GLENN: Joe. Joe in here?
PAT: He is in here.
GLENN: Would you get — call James Robison or James Dobson or Richard Land and get one of them on the phone so we can talk.
Now, I don't know, you know, any Christian pastors but we'll have to check with maybe Richard Land. Maybe Dr. Dobson.
STU: Yeah, but he's going to just yell at you for preaching false gospel, I'm sure.
GLENN: I know. I know.
PAT: He's going to say stop setting forest fires with your tongue.
GLENN: I know.
PAT: That's what he's going to do.
GLENN: I know he is. And we'll just ask him about social justice. Just ask him about social justice. The full gospel.
PAT: The full.
GLENN: Now, here's what's really interesting. Didn't she in this say that you should tell the truth? You shouldn't say you love the gospel and then tear those — what is it?
PAT: Who are made in the image of God.
GLENN: Made in the image of God apart. Can we play — we're going to take a quick break and then when we come back, I want to play the audio of Barack Obama where he said that you are bearing false witness against thy brother and breaking the Ten Commandments by saying that he was going to provide abortions on demand and that's now what we're doing in two different states through HHS. We'll have to play that weird, weird, weird, weird... weird statement from Barack Obama.