GLENN: Now Romney has won two states. Everybody else has won one, or the other so-called frontrunners. There is no real frontrunner yet, but with Michigan, I mean, I don't know. I was a little confused by some of the ads that ran. Did you hear some of the ads, Stu, that ran? Did you hear the McCain ad?
STU: Yeah, yeah.
GLENN: You know the one I'm talking about? There's two versions of it. They are very, very similar and I didn't even know -- do you know what I'm talking about?
GLENN: Do you have one?
STU: You've got to listen closely to even notice it.
GLENN: Listen. Do we have them both? Yeah, play the -- well, whatever. Just listen carefully to this ad and see if you notice a difference. Go ahead.
VOICE: John McCain is running for President. Take a good look at his voting record and where he stands on the important issues of our time and you'll find out who the right vote for America is. "I'm John McCain and I approved this message."
GLENN: Okay. You know, it's a positive, right?
GLENN: I think it's a little --
STU: It's just a simple like, hey, this guy's got a lot of history.
GLENN: Yeah, but a little. It's not real hard hitting. But then listen to the other version that was running.
VOICE: John McCain is running for President. Take a good look at his voting record and where he stands on the important issues of our time and you'll find out who the right vote for America is. "I'm Mitt Romney and I approved this message."
GLENN: You see it's a slight change. You might not even notice it but it's --
STU: Very close.
GLENN: Did you have hope for conservatives last night when they said, and conservatives came out, those who said that they were Republicans and they were conservative, 1,000% of them said, good God almighty, Mitt Romney over McCain. I mean, it gave me hope. It really did. Because I've been looking at the McCain thing going, I don't -- yesterday I tried to come up with a -- I mean, I tried to -- if I was a campaign advisor for John McCain, what commercial would I run for John McCain? You know, how could I get a really good, you know, John McCain kind of commercial? We don't have time?
STU: We can do it after the break, though.
GLENN: Because I came up with a good one. You know, I want to be real honest. Okay, all right. How do I -- because this is what I've been going through. How much John McCain, and I'm like, you are kidding me, right? I mean, I understand it in New Hampshire because I mean, they're close enough to Ben and Jerry to just be just knocked out of their mind. So I get it. It's -- you know, it's the independent spirit. And John McCain is independent, and I like that. But if you're a conservative, keep thinking. So I decided, you know, let me come up with a commercial for John McCain that would be fair and, you know, if I were making a commercial for him, what would it be.