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PAT: Broke debuted yesterday, was released in stores everywhere. You can pick it up anywhere and everywhere books are sold, and if you do, there's a really good chance we could make something really cool happen. We have some goals and so if you go to the website it's GlennBeck.com, right, where you go?
STU: Actually the poll itself where you want to vote it is at Glenn's Facebook page.
PAT: You go to the Facebook page. So I don't know anything about that. That's Facebook.com?
STU: Yeah. If you search for Facebook Glenn Beck, or you can get to it through GlennBeck.com as well.
PAT: And there's a whole bunch of different choices there that if the book sells a certain amount of copies and it's a lot.
PAT: It's a huge number. But if it sells a certain amount of copies, you can vote on what you would like to see happen.
STU: And, you know, I don't know that we actually agreed to do any of these things, but it seems like now that it's on the Internet, we're kind of locked into it.
PAT: Seems like it.
STU: And I don't like that pattern because my name is mentioned in many of them.
STU: I don't understand why. I didn't do anything to deserve that.
PAT: I don't know about that, but it is true your name is prominently displayed among the choices.
STU: It's not the support I was looking for actually.
PAT: Stu, Stu must stand outside of the Today Show with a sign promoting Broke until it's been seen on TV. That could take a while because you know they're going to avoid you.
STU: Yes, they will. I must dress and act like Linda Douglass as I did on the Fox News Channel show.
PAT: I like that one a lot because you were very good at that.
STU: I was very good at it, and I had the she was the woman who was hired, she went from the shocking and incredible 180 from journalist to Obama administration spokesperson.
PAT: Yeah, wasn't that weird?
STU: Back to journalist.
STU: How do you do it? I mean, you want to talk about someone who's versatile.
STU: That's really difficult. But yeah, she was the one pitching health care when that was coming out. And I did dress up as her on television and now they want me to do it for a radio show, which I don't understand exactly I mean, you don't even see me unless you're on Insider Extreme right now. So I don't know what the benefit of that would be.
PAT: Oh, subscriptions go through the roof.
STU: This is the thing.
PAT: Subscriptions go through the roof.
STU: See, this is the thing, Pat. We need to now that Glenn's not here, we have a one time opportunity to promote things that involve Glenn.
PAT: Yeah. This is my favorite, frankly the one that, Glenn must use five words chosen by fans in a radio or TV monologue. I would have to say both. You know, in a radio and a TV monologue.
STU: Okay, all right.
PAT: On a given day.
STU: You have to do at least TV.
PAT: So that would be really fun because then you see him work the words into, you know dumb words. I don't know, kumquat.
PAT: And he's got to get that into a monologue during the TV show. It would be fantastic.
STU: And the best part of that is that I mean, because on radio he could throw Emmys, he's ridiculous all the time. But on television it's a little more serious, he's by himself.
STU: He's going to have to figure out a way to do it. And the five words are chosen by you, the fans. So if this one gets selected and this is the one I'm pushing for. I'm campaigning hard for this. We need to get out the vote to Glenn's Facebook page and vote for Glenn must use five words chosen by fans into a radio or TV monologue in a given day.
PAT: Like it.
STU: Because then Glenn we can choose the most awkward words. We can choose words that we Noel mispronounce.
STU: We can choose that thing that you just said, we can say Managua, Nicaragua.
PAT: Managua, Nicaragua. We can say it five times, Managua, Nicaragua. And it can be a normal story. It could be yesterday four people were killed and three others injured in an explosion in Managua, Nicaragua.
STU: And then he has to use the word kumquat in the same sentence.
PAT: Or just have him say commerce sometime during the show.
PAT: Commrece? Commrece? Commrece what?
PAT: Intil commrece stops in this country, or at least in Massachusetts.
STU: And Socia Security, Socia Security.
STU: Social! Glenn, Social Security! Not Socia Security.
PAT: Socia Security was supposed to be solvent intil 2035 but now... because of bad commrece, it... it's not gonna be.
STU: Oh, there's so many.
PAT: Especially Massachusetts.
STU: Massachusetts. It's like he comes out and says mass... it's just Massachusetts...
PAT: We have to eat this up because we only have 21 more minutes. All right, 1 888 727 BECK.
STU: By the way, Pat, real quick.
STU: I did start reading Broke last night. I got it on my iPad because I refuse to carry around big books anymore. So now I have to wait and buy it even though I could get a copy from Glenn. But it's very interesting. I started reading actually part of, towards the end, the third section which is all about the solutions and things that we could do, dramatic things that we can do to move this, you know, this car that's in a ditch. I don't know if you understand this analogy, but there's a car in a ditch right now.
PAT: Yeah. Are there alligators in the ditch?
STU: And there's alligators in the ditch.
PAT: Oh, my gosh.
STU: And what's happening right now is our president seems to be filling the ditch with water while we're still stuck in the car.
PAT: Are there huns, and alligators while we're still stuck in the bottom of the ditch?
STU: I think there are huns. I think there are huns there.
PAT: Huns, Vikings and alligators.
STU: And Attila is in there, too.
STU: And the bottom line is
PAT: Is he pulling the other way on the car?
STU: They are pushing us off a 2,000 foot cliff for some reason and we don't understand why. And it starts with, there are larger concepts which I like because politicians will always try to move, "Well, we're going to lower taxes .004% over the next 60 decades and that's their big bold plan.
PAT: That's what Obama did for 95% of all Americans.
STU: $4 a week, Pat, these people were offered $4 a week as long as they didn't have a business or
PAT: Well, you had to pay it back at the end of the year.
PAT: But for a while it wasn't deducted from your check. It was a really cool extra 4 bucks. You could do whatever you wanted with.
STU: If you invested it
PAT: Buy a new house.
STU: You could make $4.03 at the end of the year.
PAT: Maybe. Maybe. Yeah. So
STU: But these are big and they are pretty
PAT: Stop your whining. You should be thanking him.
STU: Right. You should be.
PAT: You should.
STU: You should be and I don't know why they are not getting the credit they should. But the broke thing because these are things that actually could happen. The first thing I read was there are three constitutional amendments. Now, this is something we don't amendment the Constitution regularly, but there's no reason we couldn't make these three amendments, three amendments. That's all we're looking for, these three. Well, that's not all we're looking for, but their main three amendments that are bipartisan. Everyone should be supporting them.
PAT: Amendment 1.
STU: I don't have them in front of me. You want me to list? That's the book. You are supposed to read the book to get the amendments.
PAT: All right. Where can I get it?
STU: Amendment 1, keep cars out of ditches. No more ditch analogies, no more 2,000 foot ditch analogies.
PAT: Like that.
STU: No more careening. Al Franken can never use the word careening ever again, although he did it multiple times in his analogy.
STU: So I don't think
PAT: But if I wanted to get the book, where would I get it?
STU: I would say GlennBeck.com/books
STU: Bookstores everywhere.
PAT: Is it available in the Home Depot?
STU: It's available at Home Depot in the fix it section.