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GLENN: We go now to Steve Burguiere in our Election Central which tomorrow night we're going to be able to show you Election Central in all of its glory tomorrow on Insider Extreme, a special live broadcast with me as your anchor, which usually means your ship ain't going anywhere. Me and your anchor and the whole team will be here tomorrow. We'll have Brian Sack out at different polling locations. Stu will be in the Election Center and he's following some of the polls today. And I want to take a look at the GOP, the Democrats and state races for governors.
STU: Yeah, very interesting. First of all, Arizona as you know, they passed a completely unconstitutional evil, hate mongering SB 1070 which made it one of these things where you're supposed to be legally in the country to be legally in the country. I mean, it's completely absurd.
GLENN: I know, I know. It's crazy.
STU: But Jan Brewer who, of course, is the head of that is having a tough time with her reelection, now only up by 11 points. Such an unpopular bill and that's really hurt her in Arizona.
STU: In Ohio one of the closest races in America
GLENN: I can't believe this.
STU: Yeah, this is surprising. John Kasich who we've had on this program before.
GLENN: I like him. What is the Ohio, what the hell is wrong with you? Is there something I'm missing with John that I I mean, I don't pay attention to these races. I'm working on other things, but I mean, John seems like a decent guy.
STU: Yeah. And he's facing Strickland, the current governor of the state and is leading 48 46 on the average is the last poll from Fox News.
GLENN: Strickland is.
STU: No. Kasich is.
STU: Fox's latest poll came out 48 44 in favor of Kasich. It's a very tight race, though, and that's one of the most important states in the poll.
GLENN: It's going to take the governors to be able to stand.
GLENN: It really will. This is going to come down to the governors, being able to have enough of them to cobble together a coalition of states to say enough is enough.
STU: In Florida another really, really close race. Right now Scott has a 44.8% to 44.6% lead over Alex Sink and Alex Sink is trying to be I believe the first Democratic or Republican governor ever to actually get caught cheating in a debate, then lie about it, then fire someone to cover it and still get elected as governor. That will be a trick if she can pull that one off. And that one's very, very tight.
GLENN: That's unbelievable.
STU: And finally in Colorado which is a race that keeps getting tighter and tighter by the day, latest Fox News poll has John Hickenlooper leading Tom Tancredo 47 44.
GLENN: Wait, wait.
STU: He's tightened this thing to three points, which is amazing.
PAT: It's gone from 30 he was down, by 15, to 5, now it's 3?
GLENN: What was it last Friday or last Thursday? Do you remember?
STU: I believe it was 5?
STU: Last time we talked about it.
GLENN: So it's now what?
STU: 3. And the Republican candidate is still on the ballot and has 6% of the vote. So
PAT: If the election were held December 2nd, he would win by 98%.
GLENN: Thank you, Al Gore, for stopping by with the hockey stick.
GLENN: Look, here's the thing. You have got to get out and vote. You've got to get out and vote. They are doing everything they can to suppress the vote. And I mean this really in some ways, in some elections, with both parties. You know, I said last hour, they didn't want the Tea Party. They said the worst thing the Tea Party can do is have a third party. Well, look who's created a third party. The Democrats in Florida and the Republicans in Alaska.
STU: Republicans in Florida? Remember Charlie Crist is a Republican governor.
GLENN: Yeah, I know, but he that's like Arlen Specter. That's calling Charlie Crist a Republican. He never was.
STU: Well, Charlie Crist was saying himself I mean, the guy was running as a, somewhat
GLENN: Yes, but he's paying for his campaign now? It's the Democrats.
STU: And he's saying now after all of this, after running in the Republican primary that he's going to caucus with the Democrats if elected. Hear that, Florida.
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GLENN: Yeah. So here he is running as a third party candidate and he's being bank rolled by the Democrats. And the same thing happened with the Republicans in Alaska. They're the ones creating a third party. And they are doing it because they're so desperate to hold on now, these are the progressives in both parties that are doing everything they can to hold onto power. And that power is slipping away, guys. It's slipping away. Did you see what CBS did in Alaska? The CBS do we have the audio of the CBS?
GLENN: Play this audio and read the transcript, if you will. Because it's hard to understand on radio.
PAT: It is and I don't have the transcript. Do you have the
GLENN: Transcript of it?
PAT: Yeah. I don't.
GLENN; basically what they are doing is they are meeting and they call, what's his name?
STU: Joe Miller?
GLENN: Joe Miller.
PAT: They are talking about Joe Miller, yeah.
GLENN: Right. They call his office, the cellphone doesn't hang up and it's on the answering machine and so Joe Miller releases this audio and they're talking they hang up the phone and they're talking and basically they are saying, get a list of everybody that works for him, get a list of everybody around on this rally, let's find the child molester. We can even tweet that the child molester is, you know, for Joe Miller. I mean, it's awful, awful stuff.
PAT: This is the sound.
GLENN: Get a list of his workers and his campaign workers.
STU: All right. I have the transcript here now. So it starts off with child molesters, one person says. Then he says, oh, yes, get a list of people campaign workers, which one's the molester.
STU: Okay. Then you got, you know that list of all the people that will show up tonight. At least one of them will be a registered sex offender.
STU: Okay. So you've got the male first says we need to find that one person. Then the female says, the one thing we can do is we won't know, we won't know but if there is any sort of chaos whatsoever, we can pull out a Twitter, Facebook alert saying, hey, Joe Miller punched at a rally.
PAT: That is amazing.
STU: Kind of like Rand Paul. I like that one, yeah.
GLENN: Okay. So here's the amazing thing. They're actually being defended by this CBS News station. Can you pull up the ratings, if you can see the ratings in Alaska on this CBS News station? If it is not Number 4 now in the ratings, it will be. It could be Number 1. This CBS News station has just doomed themselves to last place if they're not already in last place. They're done. They're done. The American people are not like this. They are not they are fair. They are not like this. They do not want their news on the left or the right doing these kinds of things. This is they're defending this now. The station is saying, they were just looking at all the possibilities on what they would do, what if they found a child molester. What if they found a child molester? What if they found a name the last time we had a child molester found at a campaign, on the campaign staff? I mean, what kind of what if? What if aliens land in the middle... you deal with it. If that's what happens, you don't sit there and war game all of the possibilities. It's ridiculous.
STU: Well, and they forgot to say "What if" as well.
STU: They did potentially leave that out.
GLENN: Let's look at all of the people that were there. There's got to be one that's a child molester, one that is a
GLENN: They are looking for these things.
STU: Yeah. It's a retroactive qualifier. I mean, and they didn't say that at the time. They are now saying that afterwards to make it look better. But the bottom line is they were searching for a way to take this guy down.
GLENN: But here's the story that this CBS News affiliate stands by these people. They should be fed to the moose, or the Mees or the...
STU: I don't think it's Mees, I'm pretty sure.
GLENN: The moos. Yes. These people should be out of a job today. CBS News which will never happen should drop this station as an affiliate. What? Are you kidding me?
STU: Especially if they won't do something about it. It's one thing for it to happen.
GLENN: Right. If it hurts CBS News, because I'm talking about it as a CBS station, which goes right into play that CBS has made up news for the last, what, how many years?
STU: Continued this weekend.
GLENN: And it continues this weekend and they don't care. If Alaskans accept this in their local news, I mean, that is incredible. Just incredible. It would be wrong if they were doing it to the Democrat. It doesn't matter. This is why we don't believe the media anymore. And it's not just I mean, NBC is doing the same stuff. NBC is doing the same stuff. You'll notice that you don't have any tapes of me saying things like this. You'll notice that you don't have and let me tell you something. If you, if you really I mean, for as much heat and as much money as they are spending on taking me down, you'll notice they don't concentrate on things in context. You'll notice they don't, they don't try to go and say that I'm wrong on all these things. And they don't certainly when I'm making a prediction on something, they'll say that's ridiculous or whatever. But once it comes true, they never go, oh, now, wait a minute. And beyond that, I'm not a news show. I am a guy who gives you my opinion. I am a guy who has said I will bet you that we will find audio of Van Jones; go look for it. But I'm a guy who's giving you my opinion and I'm trying to piece something together. What are they piecing together? They didn't say that the NBC News up there. They are saying contingency. They are not saying they are piecing together a theory that Joe Miller has surrounded himself with pedophiles. You could make that case. You could say he has surrounded himself with pedophiles; go find the child molesters that are on his staff.
STU: Well, you couldn't make that case because there's no evidence of it.
GLENN: But they could say, we have evidence that leads us to believe... and that's what we're doing, we're following a story. That's not what they're doing. That's what I do. That's what I did with Van Jones. That's what I've done with all the socialists, Maoists, Marxists, anticapitalists in the administration. You can find tape of me saying, find it, because I know it exists. Find it. I say it on the air.
STU: Yeah, you'd need Joe Miller on record talking about his proclivity for backing child molester.
STU: Quite a few times before you even go down that road.
GLENN: Yes. And they are not. And they are not. This CBS affiliate in Alaska, the only right thing to do with these people is to purge them from your newsroom. I don't call for firings. I don't do it. I don't call for boycotts. I didn't want Van Jones fired. I wanted an explanation. You've already given the explanation. And because of that, CBS News, not because of a boycott but because people are better than this. You don't respect your viewers. They will not watch you. If you're not the last place newscast already, which I suspect you probably are, if you're not the last place newscast already, you will be. Oh say it like Yoda.
PAT: You will be. Yes.
STU: That's pretty good.
GLENN: Thank you.