Left desperate to get Glenn off air




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GLENN: So the Huffington Post story which the president recommends, the new conservatives are true believers in the one right way and Democrats rarely agree on which way is the best way to go, but we can all agree that Fox News is a bad influence on America. It is time now to pop the tea baggers' favorite balloon.

With that in mind, this writer from the Los Angeles Times, a publisher and the editor in chief of the now defunct Air America and writer for the Huffington Post says, "With that in mind, I hereby offer to negotiate a $100,000 payday to the person who will come forward with a sex tape or phone records or anything else that succeeds in removing Glenn Beck from the public eye forever. I am not offering the cash myself but I will broker the deal and/or raise the money for what you bring to the table, but it better be good. If you have the goods or you want to contribute to the slush fund to buy more takedowns, contact us here."

STU: This is a rerun of what Keith Olbermann did on his website and then eventually pulled back from. But this is where they go when they can't debate, they just have to go to this nonsense.

GLENN: Now, if they will do $250,000, I may make a sex tape because no one will watch it.

STU: No one.

GLENN: Because no one wants to see me have sex.

STU: No.

GLENN: And I could get $250,000.

PAT: Yeah. Well

GLENN: That's good, isn't it?

PAT: Really? For a quarter of a million?

GLENN: Yeah. My wife, Tania won't do it.

STU: You mean just do it at all? Nothing to do with the sex thing?

GLENN: No, not even with a video camera. She just is like...

PAT: (Laughing). I think our wives are sharing notes.

GLENN: Oh, yeah.

PAT: "No, thank you."

GLENN: Come on, you can have a slice of me. (Making disgusting sounds). All I can just hear is... (making barfing noises). Once in a while if we decide, you know she just says, can you hold my hair over the toilet? Just hold my hair for a little while

PAT: So they're pretty into the debate.

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: The diversity, I think, of the public

GLENN: I think--

PAT: Of the public airwaves.

GLENN: I think so.

STU: That's tolerant, tolerant of other opinions.

PAT: And diverse.

GLENN: It is tolerant. I like the way they have told me the way my faith treats women. I think that is I think that's fantastic.

PAT: Which they know nothing about, quite honestly.

GLENN: No, I think that's fantastic.

PAT: Yeah, it is.

GLENN: I think that shows how open and honest and

PAT: And how bigoted.

GLENN: How bigoted these people are.

PAT: You've got to believe that they are so supportive of the Muslim mosque at Ground Zero, it's interesting that they would have a different opinion about Mormons.

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: And their stance on women, that's really fascinating to me. I'll bet you the same guy is all over the Ground Zero mosque. I'll bet you he's all over Islam.

GLENN: You know what? Why don't you look into that, okay?

PAT: Let's look into that.

GLENN: Why don't you look into that.

PAT: I think that's a good idea.

GLENN: Because that's fantastic. And I think it's great to offer a payday. Now, I want you to know that there isn't any sex tape out there. And if there was, you wouldn't want to see it. Phone records, that sounds almost illegal, doesn't it?

PAT: Sure does.

GLENN: Getting somebody's phone records?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Maybe that's why he says he's not offering to pay himself. He's just brokering the deal.

PAT: Whose money I wonder could he use potentially? I wonder whose money, if it's not his own money.

GLENN: Well, nobody involved at the Huffington Post would know anything about, like, Soros money.

PAT: No, no.

GLENN: No.

PAT: They would know nothing about that.

GLENN: But I know that they will get a ton of people to offer their money. While we raise money for the troops, they are raising money for takedowns of people like me. And the reason why I share that with you is because these are the kinds of people that you are battling against. And this is why I have told you in the past, look, I'm not ashamed of anything I have done in the last ten years. You go back ten, fifteen, twenty years, whoa, was I a dirt bag. But in the last ten years, I got nothing to hide. And, you know, if you want to waste your time doing that, that's fine. Whatever would come your way, gang, in the last ten years, it will be a lie. But that's okay. Because that was the point of the rally this weekend. It's not me. It's you. You do it. You continue to pick up your stick and do the right thing. You lead the charge.

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