8.28.10: The Documentary
This is our first full-length documentary and it’s going to blow you away. It’s an exclusive inside look at the making of the 8-28 Rally. When we say exclusive, we mean it. From the time Glenn arrived in Washington DC to the time he took the stage our cameras were rolling. You will not believe what went on behind the scenes. Learn more...
GLENN: I like the fact that Joe Biden says that Democrats are not running on the administration accomplishments because, quote, it's just too hard to explain.
STU: (Laughing). Yes, it is.
PAT: Yeah. It's hard to explain how they're destroying the country and going socialist and still yet we're not. It's good, it's really
GLENN: It's too hard to explain.
PAT: See, you people are just so ignorant, you can't understand it.
GLENN: You know what? That's what it is.
PAT: That's what it is.
GLENN: That's what it is. I don't think you are that stupid. Yeah. Maybe but maybe it's just me, hmmm?
STU: Any idiot could see how raising taxes in a recession is going to help the economy, Glenn.
GLENN: I know.
STU: Unless you're a moron. I mean, it's just unbelievable. People are too stupid.
PAT: Anybody can also see that when you take over 1/6 of the U.S. economy, right, you take over two American auto companies, you take over part of the banking industry and all of home mortgages virtually plus all student loans, anybody could see how that's not socialism.
STU: I know. Why can't people understand that?
PAT: It's not socialism.
GLENN: I don't.
STU: Hard to explain it.
GLENN: I don't know.
STU: What, are you stupid? How can you call that?
GLENN: I don't know.
GLENN: Did Barack Obama say that we were going to do these shovel ready projects? We got a lot of shovel ready projects?
STU: Oh, yeah, definitely.
PAT: Over and over and over again.
STU: Big push for the stimulus, yeah.
GLENN: He's coming out now and this is going to be another one of those that's going to be hard to explain and now they are not going to. He's coming out today and saying that there is no such thing as a shovel ready project.
PAT: We've got to find the audio on that shovel ready project. Oh, my gosh.
GLENN: I find that interesting. And then we have the Chris Matthews audio of the candidate in Ohio that was dressed as a Nazi. He's and I just want to be clear here. I don't understand people that do the dress up thing, you know, and go
PAT: Well, it's somewhat nerdy, but it's like, you know
GLENN: It's less nerdy than dressing up like, you know, a stormtrooper, you know, from Star Wars.
PAT: Yes, it is, I'd say so. Or maybe it's less nerdy than the Renaissance festival thing. I'm not sure.
GLENN: But it is in the same category as the Renaissance festival.
PAT: It is. It's in that realm.
GLENN: It's like, I am your lord now and I'm going to eat a giant turkey leg in front of you. I don't under almost like whenever you go to you know I've gone to fairs or whatever and you have the turkey leg. It's almost, I feel like I'm on the border of a Renaissance fair, you know? The next thing you need is just either a big cape and big jeweled rings on all of your fingers, "Speak like this, peasant," and so I don't understand it. But I think you're in the same category if you're dressing up or the battles and the reenactments, although I can at least understand that a little bit more than the Renaissance fair.
STU: Well, you could understand it because you did it. I mean, you can understand it because as a child you were dressing up in royal garb.
GLENN: I was abused as a child. I was abused as a child.
STU: There are photos of you in colonial garb, sir.
GLENN: That is evidence for the court on my abuse.
PAT: And not admissible in this case. It's a totally different case. It's got nothing to do with this one.
GLENN: All right. But we only have a couple of seconds. So when we come back, I want to play the audio because I don't understand this is you're going to go, hello, like you expected to. I don't understand Chris Matthews and his point on this. It's very odd. We'll play it next.