GLENN: Well, up in the gubernatorial race in Illinois, there was there was a serious problem with the debate that they had to get right to. They want to talk right about the issues, corruption, et cetera, et cetera.
PAT: Uh huh.
GLENN: Can you can you give me the
PAT: Should I walk you through this?
GLENN: Set the scene.
PAT: There was. It was Tuesday night between the gubernatorial debate between Illinois Governor Pat Quinn and State Senator Bill Brady who we met on Saturday night. Quinn called on Brady well, here's the problem: The Chicago Sun Times wrote about your comments which were obviously quite inflammatory, quite inflammatory, Glenn.
GLENN: It just came out.
PAT: I know. I know.
GLENN: I saw that it was I think it was the BBC or somebody said it was well crafted.
PAT: Well crafted. Did they
GLENN: Now. They said it was well crafted.
PAT: Here were your comments. Get away from my french fries, Mrs. Obama, Beck warned. The first politician that comes up to me with a carrot stick, I've got a place for it and it's not in my tummy. Okay? So, that brought at the debate, at the gubernatorial debate, that brought the crowd to a laughing roar. They started roaring with laughter.
GLENN: We have to get this audio. Stu, can you get find this audio from the debate?
PAT: I'm looking for it right now, and so is TV. But Quinn didn't think that was very funny, obviously.
GLENN: Quinn didn't?
GLENN: Oh, boy.
PAT: I thought it was important I was disturbed on Saturday night to see Glenn Beck come to our state and disparage and the mock the first lady of the United States of America.
GLENN: Okay. Hang on just a second. I don't think I mocked her. It wasn't really about her. It was about any politician, any politician that comes to me and tries to take away my french fries and replace it with a carrot.
PAT: Well, he said Michelle Obama is my friend. Then he called on Brady to apologize for your marks.
GLENN: That is very interesting.
GLENN: Did he apologize?
PAT: Bill Brady answered, to the roar of the crowd, you have got to be kidding me.
PAT: That was fantastic.
GLENN: Can we see if we can get him on the phone? Can we get Brady on the phone? I would like to see if we could talk to him about that so I can certainly not apologize to him or anyone else for a comment I stand by.
PAT: You stand by the french fry remark?
GLENN: Yes. Any politician that comes near my french fries, tries to replace it with a carrot, I've got a place for it and it ain't in my tummy. I stand by that. I stand by that. (Laughter.)
PAT: I've seen this kind of rhetoric before.
GLENN: I have, too. Oh, when they start putting things in not your tummy, oh, it just
PAT: I get scared and I begun to weep. (Laughter.)