Video: Barack Obama Part 1
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PAT: This is Barack Obama on Jon Stewart yesterday, and Stewart was giving
him kind of, he was giving him some flack.
GLENN: Giving the raspberries?
PAT: He was. Giving him some flack because he was saying that the healthcare
bill was kind of timid, didn't go far enough, didn't go as far as he sort of
promised during the campaign. And in the course of defending it all, here's what
President Obama said.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Look, when Social Security was passed, it applied to widows and
orphans. And it was a very restricted program. And over time that structure that
was built ended up developing into the most important social safety net that we
have in our country. The same is true on every piece of progressive legislation,
every bit of progress that we've made.
GLENN: Listen to that.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: When the Civil Rights Act passed, there were still a bunch of
folks down South who couldn't vote and, you know, I'm sure there were a bunch of
commentators out there who said, you know what, this law's not doing the job.
There's still folks who aren't able to exercise their franchise. But the point
was is that we had created a structure, we put a framework in place.
GLENN: Listen to this.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: That allowed us then to continue to make progress.
GLENN: Listen to this.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: That's what we've done over the last 18 months, that's what I
GLENN: Stop. What did I tell you? It is about structure. It is about framework.
You don't understand the framework that they're building.
PAT: Said it every day.
GLENN: Every day.
PAT: Every day for a year.
GLENN: You cannot allow this to pass. The structure is what this is all about.
PAT: And that's what he said. He said every progressive thing we've done is
GLENN: Now, he's also verified
GLENN: two other things. One, let's go back to, what has he said? This is he's
talking about the structure, and it allows us every progressive thing, it allows
us to make progress. It builds the original structure. Listen again. This is the
Tides Foundation. I played this every day for months. Listen to this.
HACKER: Someone said to me this is a Trojan horse for a single parent. I said,
it's not a Trojan horse, right? It's just right there. I'm telling you. We're
going to get there.
GLENN: Do you remember also, you got it? So there's the Tides Foundation saying
exactly what the president has just verified, that we were conspiracy theorists
PAT: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: And now if you can go back, do you have where Van Jones was talking about
the progress of the Civil Rights Movement? If we would have said these things at
the Civil Rights Movement, do you remember this audio?
PAT: Trying to think of
GLENN: Find it. Catalog, find it here. We're going to take a quick break here.
I'm going to break a little bit early and I want you to find this. It is Van
Jones talking about in the Civil Rights Movement, if we would have done this, so
we're going to go to old gray we're going to go from gray capitalism to green
capitalism but it doesn't stop there.
PAT: It's right here.
VAN JONES: One of the things I think has happened too often to progressives is
that we don't understand the relationship between minimum goals and maximum
goals. Right after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, if the civil rights
leaders had jumped out and said, okay, now we want reparations for slavery, we
want redistribution of all wealth and we want to legalize mixed marriages, if
that had been there, if they had come out with a maximum program the very next
day, they would have been laughed at. Instead they came out with a very minimum
program. You know, we just want to integrate these buses. The students if they
had come up with a very minimum program, we just want to sit at the lunch
counter. But inside that minimum demands was a very radical kernel that
eventually meant that from 1954 to 1958, you know, complete revolution was on
GLENN: Okay, stop. Listen to his words. If the healthcare is if they're
following this plan, which the president verified last night, if healthcare was
the minimum demand, and inside is the radical kernel that has revolution on the
table, where are we progressing to? This is why the Tides Foundation, this is
why George Soros and this administration want to shut me up. Because everything
I'm telling you I can think like these people. And why can I think like these
people? Because I think out of the box. I have been telling you for a while, you
must not think in the regular way. They're counting on you thinking like a
politician or like a typical American. You must think out of the box. I can see
these people coming a mile away. A mile away. They are revolutionaries. They
think out of the box. And they're counting on you dismissing it. And that's why
they have to shut me up. They have to. Because I can tell you what they are
going to do. I can tell you what they are working on. I know how they move. And
you're getting the evidence every day. Remember Van Jones is a revolutionary
Marxist. Redistribution of wealth. "Of course that's not redistribution of
wealth." Well, we had the guy who is now doing Medicare and Medicaid for the
president, who he didn't push through congress, he just appointed, saying that
any good healthcare program must be, must, twice he said it, be about
redistribution of wealth.
VOICE: And that any healthcare funding plan that is just, equitable, civilized
and humane must, must redistribute wealth.
GLENN: Got it.
VOICE: From the richer among us to the poorer and the less fortunate.
GLENN: So what is the radical kernel? I have told you and I've never told you
what exactly it was, nor will I today, but I will tell you that these people
have been planning this for a very, very long time. And there are pieces of
radical kernels that I don't know what it all fits to. I don't know. I don't
know how they are planning all of this. But there are radical kernels in several
bills that were passed during the Bush administration. And I went back and
looked at the record. They all said it was meaningless, oh, it's meaningless.
Why is that in there? Oh, it bothers me. Why is that in there? There's nothing,
that connects to nothing. That's why it passed, because it connects to nothing.
Oh, wait a minute, but there's this piece over here that was passed a year
before and this piece that's passed three years later. What are they assembling?
What is the structure that they are building? I beg you, America, to get down on
your knees and pray. Pray, please pray. I beg you to know what the truth is and
what you truly believe in. I beg you to be peaceful. I don't care if they are
hitting you. I don't care if they are beating you and sicking dogs onto you. Our
lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor. You must be honorable. The guy who
stepped on the back of the protester, this protester from that's what they're
trying to do. They're trying to get you to strike out. They need you to. They
are agitators, and it is only going to get much, much worse. You must be so far
different than that. You must be a shining beacon. You must emanate goodness.
That is hard to do. You must do it. The republic is at stake. You must
fundamentally transform yourself. Because we are five days away from
fundamentally transforming the United States of America. We are five days away
today. But be very careful because in that fundamental transformation did you
see ABC News is reporting today that they are already doing they already filed
Freedom of Information Acts, the Democrat, to look at all of the people that
could run against Barack Obama. They have asked for documents from the Pentagon,
from the Pentagon on anyone who might run against Barack Obama. Check it out.
It's on the front page of The Blaze today. It's from ABC News. These guys are so
far ahead of the game, so far ahead of the game. You must get out and vote. You
must find the people with spines. You must fall to your knees. You must be a
beacon of goodness. And you must buckle up. Because the fundamental
transformation of America ain't over on Tuesday. It is not over on Tuesday. The
structure is in place. They're just beginning.