PAT: And he sits down with Chris Christie and, first of all, he knocks on the door, xerox repairman. Chris Christie says, come on in, and they sit down at the table and start talking on television.
PAT: It's kind of weird.
GLENN: And then what happens is the Xerox repairman says --
PAT: He says, Hey, Chris, sure, you're doing some of these things in New Jersey but what about replicating this whole thing naturally, right?
VOICE: Can you replicate that at the Federal level, where you've got to answer to constituencies in San Francisco and Seattle and Chicago, it's not all in the Garden State?
CHRISTIE: Listen. It's much more difficult. I meant bigger government gets, the more difficult it is to change it and to manage it and so it's not easy. It won't be easy for anybody. It wouldn't be easy were President Obama if he wanted to change it to make it smaller. It's only easier for government to get bigger, because you're saying "yes" to somebody. It's hard to say "no," but we have to and so it will be hard on the Federal level. You're right, Carl. There's no question, but as I said before, they've now -- Republicans, my party, if we win the Congress, we've got to put up or shut up. This is it. We failed the last time.
CHRISTIE: We went away from our principles and paid for it and now the price is even higher if we don't.
PAT: Who else is saying that?
GLENN: Groovy mama.
PAT: Other than groovy mamas, baby.
GLENN: No one else.
PAT: No one. It's out of sight what, he said.
GLENN: It's very disturbing for you to speak to me about anything using that voice. Is that your inside voice?
PAT: That's my indoor voice.
GLENN: That's your bedroom.
PAT: Inside boudoir. That's right, groovy mama.
GLENN: Is the boudoir at your pad?
PAT: When I'm sitting down at the dinner table and say, Hey, groovy mama, why don't you pass me the salt? That's right, baby, just pick it up and bring it on over here. Back that salt on up. That's right, baby.
GLENN: Did you see what Chris Christie did on -- with -- with the Carly Fiorina?
PAT: No. With Meg Whitman.
GLENN: Meg Whitman?
PAT: Meg Whitman was being heckled and she's trying to handle had the situation and Christie walks over and lays the guy out.
CHRISTIE: Let me tell you this. Do you know what? It's people who raise your voices and yell and scream like you that are dividing this country. We're here to bring this country together, not to divide it.
GLENN: I think Chris Christie might be the next President of the United States.
PAT: Wow. Unfortunately he keeps saying he's not ready. That's going to be hard to -- you know, they'll use his own words against him if he changes his mind.
GLENN: I know. I think a lot of that -- those games are not going to play anymore.
PAT: You don't think so?
GLENN: I don't. Here's the latest.
PAT: I don't know if that's a game when he says I'm not ready and they said, This is what he said.
GLENN: Are you ready? Are you ready?
GLENN: I'm not ready. We have seen four years of this man. We have seen what he has done to our foreign policy. We have seen what he has done to our economy. We've seen, also -- Chris Christie's the kind of guy who says we can also see what the Republicans did.
GLENN: I would rather have a plumber in here because a plumber has common sense and I may not be entirely -- I may not be all spiffed up and spot polished and thin, but I can do the job better than these clowns can. I think that connects.
PAT: He could do that, too.
GLENN: Yes, he could.
PAT: He's capable of that. He really is.