GLENN: I mean, think of the America that we live in today. Are we willing to have a woman as a President of the United States? I think the answer to that is yes. An African-American? The answer is yes. Are we really free at last. In many ways, in many ways I think we are. But the other thing, the other buzzword that's happening today is change. Everybody wants change. Vote for change. Every single slogan for every single person is about change, or even in the case of Ron Paul it goes beyond change. It's revolution. What is the definition of change? Definition of change, I looked it up. To cause to be different. To give completely different form or appearance to or to transform. To exchange or replace with another. To lay aside, abandon or leave, to transfer from one to another, excuse me, to become different, to undergo altercation -- or alteration. Undergo transformation or transition. To go from one phase to another, as the moon goes from one phase to another or seasons change. My question is, which one of these defines the change? Is it just to go from one to another? Is that the kind of change we're talking about if really Clinton and McCain are the two candidates? If those are the two candidates, if we have as a nation gone from all of the candidates, that we had all of the choices that we have had in these primaries and we end up with McCain and Clinton, are those the agents of change? I mean, I find it absolutely amazing, incredible to me that Clinton is an agent of change. Has anybody noticed the pattern? Bush, Clinton, Bush, Clinton? I mean, I don't want another Bush. I don't want another Clinton. And the reason why is because, not that I hate the families or anything else. I mean, I like the Bush family. Not really my favorite politicians, but I like them. I just don't want another one. I like change. And I happen to know specifically what kind of change I want, but I'm beginning to believe the United States of America, the average person, doesn't know what kind of change they want. They don't even know what they're voting for. Tell me what kind of change Hillary Clinton brings. Tell me what kind of change John McCain brings. Tell me what conservative, tell me what Republican is saying John McCain's the guy? Now, maybe you're one of these new Republicans, the anti-Reagan Republican, the one that doesn't understand how taxes work. I don't get the change thing here.
Another thing that really just drives me crazy, and I'm looking into, we're asking all of the candidates -- I doubt they'll tell us, but we're going to ask every single one of them. Why is it you hate Mitt Romney? Because that's the big thing. All the candidates hate Mitt Romney. They've all ganged up on Mitt Romney. "You know the GOP, they hate Mitt Romney." Well, I want to find out if that's even true, and if it is, that's reason number 1400 for me to vote for Mitt Romney. Oh, the GOP doesn't even like him? Good. I don't even know if it's true. I know it is with the press. I don't understand how you can have more candidates in Nevada and yet the South Carolina primary is more important. It's not more important -- when it comes to the Democrats, Nevada is where they focus. So Nevada is important with the Democrats but completely irrelevant when it comes to a win for Mitt Romney.
Now there's a new poll out in Florida and it goes to prove what I had as a working theory that once people start to see it come down to McCain, I thought they were going to go for Giuliani. I thought when it got right down to it, they would go for Giuliani.
New Rasmussen poll that just came out in Florida, everybody was bunched down to about 18%. The new poll shows that Romney's at 25%; everybody else is staying down about 18%. So now Romney is leading in Florida and I think that's because people are coming to their senses on McCain. I thought the opposite would happen in Florida because Giuliani had been there for so long, I thought the Giuliani strategy might actually work because you would get down to this point and you would see McCain and you would be like, come on, man, not McCain, no way McCain. You're kidding me, right? McCain, McCain/Feingold, McCain/Lieberman?
You want change? Here's the change you're going to get. You put Clinton or McCain in there -- you know what, first of all, McCain/Clinton is not a choice. It's a ticket. It's the McClinton ticket. It's the same thing. You're going to get -- well, with Hillary you'll get more spending. That's the only difference. John McCain will try to stop spending. But both of them look at taxes exactly the same way. You are going to get a gigantic tax bill at the end, you are going to give away our country to national -- to internationalism. I mean, McCain/Lieberman. Sign all kinds of global treaties on global warming. Oh, we're going to take a break, then I'm going to come back. I've got to give you this great story out of Greenland. Is it Greenland or is it Iceland? Which one -- I think it's Greenland because that one has the ice. It's a great story, unbelievably cold temperatures. Everything is freezing. Everything's out of control. And you won't believe what the mayor of one of these towns up in Greenland has said. He's a big global warming guy. Disregard all of the ice. Wait until I give you the quote. If it doesn't say it all about global warming, I don't know what does, but let's rush to that change, shall we?