PAT: Number two in "Newsweek" powerful political figures list.
GLENN: That's ridiculous.
PAT: I think they mixed money into this equation because I don't know how the president of the United States lands at number 20. Does anybody really think Glenn Beck is more powerful than Barack Obama?
GLENN: I think there are several around the president and the oval office, SEIU, yes.
STU: I'm going to go no on that one, the guy has a decent amount of power. You can't do anything to anyone. He can.
GLENN: All I can do is educate. That's all I can do.
STU: They have to be willing participants. Barack Obama can do things we don't have to be willing participants to, that's the difference.
GLENN: Yes, I can't be an education dictator.
GLENN: I can't be a conservative dictator telling you what you believe.
PAT: And that's what people get confused by all the time, calling you a Nazi and you have no power. You have no power to do anything to anybody. Nazi-type power comes from-- I don't know, the ruling power.
STU: The government. The state. Yes.
PAT: It comes from big states which is why we're always preaching about, lets have a small state so nobody has that power.
GLENN: Who is on this list?
PAT: Rush, then you, then Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Jon Stewart, Sarah Palin.
GLENN: Hang on just a second. That's the top six? One is a progressive or a liberal. One.
PAT: Jon Stewart, then IMUS, Bill Clinton, Keith Olbermann, Rudy Giuliani, Laura, Newt Gingrich, Madeleine Albright, really? Madeleine Albright, wow.
GLENN: There's got to be something spooky going on with Madeleine Albright because I don't see her power.
PAT: Stephen Colbert?
GLENN: Gosh, these the puppet master.
PAT: Maybe she's pulling Colbert's strings. Maybe that's what it is.
GLENN: Jon Stewart deserves it, seriously, Stephen Colbert, really, he was awful.
PAT: He was sad.
GLENN: It was sad.
PAT: I'm serious, too. It was sad.
GLENN: You watched somebody destroy their career.
PAT: I didn't like that guy and I felt bad.
GLENN: I felt worse for Jon Stewart because I think Jon Stewart knew it and I think he was kind of like, oh, this is killing Stephen here and I don't know if Stephen even gets it. Maybe Stephen was like, oh, the show must go on. At some point if I was Stephen Colbert, I would have said, you know, this isn't working, it is? Just to give some tip that, yeah, I jumped the shark here. I really-- this is going to ending poorly for me, isn't it? Yes, Stephen, it is.