GLENN: There's also something going on now with the military that is
extraordinarily intense and there's something happening with this crazy, crazy
link with Russia. Now, we told you yesterday that Russia is now getting, what is
it, 50% of our uranium supply is going through Russian ARMZ, A R M Z? There's no
problem with that (sniffing). By the way, the parent company is Russian
controlled and has given fuel to, is it North Korea or Iran?
STU: It was Iran.
PAT: Iran. I don't know why you even bring it up. Why do you bring it up?
GLENN: I know.
PAT: It's got nothing to do with it.
GLENN: Everybody in Wyoming, you know, all of the congressmen said, no, no,
don't do this. But for some reason the Obama administration approved this.
There's also something else that's really fascinating. We're going to do a
joint, I guess like a weekend out. It's like a weekend retreat on the Smart Grid
STU: That sounds like fun. A weekend retreat to talk about the Smart Grid? What
could possibly be better?
GLENN: What could possibly go wrong?
STU: I can't think of anything. It's smart.
GLENN: Can you think of anything?
PAT: No. Russians controlling, you know, your
GLENN: No, no, they're not controlling.
PAT: household appliances and things? I can't think of anything, you know, uh
STU: They have always been our friends, they will always be our friends.
PAT: Always be our friends, always. Hey, they were our allies in World War II.
STU: Right. Remember that? That was a big one. Remember that one.
PAT: I get so tired of people who forget that all the time.
STU: That was important.
PAT: They were our allies.
GLENN: Did I point out that Putin I'm pretty sure was like a colonel in the KGB
STU: Wow, he's accomplished guy then? That's a great guy to be designing Smart
GLENN: Remember the Smart Grid, we told you and were mocked because we said it's
a way for them to monitor and control your electricity and control everything in
STU: I want smart people controlling my electricity.
GLENN: Do you remember in do you remember that we told you that Fannie and
Freddie, remember they had the special locking outlets that they had designed
and patented but they were
STU: Fannie and Freddie seem like nice people.
GLENN: But they were only doing it because, what was their excuse, somebody
might plug in an unauthorized vacuum?
PAT: Vacuum cleaner, yeah, yeah. With names like Fannie and Freddie, how could
they be bad, though?
GLENN: You are right.
PAT: Fannie, Freddie? I'm okay with that.
STU: What, do you want to use an unauthorized vacuum cleaner?
STU: I want a vacuum cleaner that's authorized.
PAT: I can't tell you how many maids have come into my house and just started
vacuuming, just plugging into various outlets in my house and pretty soon well,
nothing blows, but dang it!
STU: My entire family was murdered by unauthorized vacuum cleaners?
STU: I've never told that story before.
GLENN: That is a fascinating story, especially the way you tell it. It's hair
PAT: I never thought it would have come up before, but
GLENN: That is a hair raising tale. Thank you for sharing that.
STU: You're welcome. It was scary! I just walked around and they were all in the
bag because they were killed by the vacuum cleaner that sucked into the bag.
GLENN: They should have authorized it. If they only had a license from the
STU: Right! Then it wouldn't have happened!
GLENN: There's something wrong here. There's something very, very wrong and at
the top of the hour, we're going to play some chilling audio, chilling audio. If
you think that the voices of people like me and Rush and Sean and anybody on
Fox, anybody who disagrees are going to be around, I think you're sadly
PAT: You have the right to say any of these things, Glenn. In your own kitchen.
GLENN: Do I?
PAT: Well, for now. But you don't have the right
GLENN: As long as I don't have any appliances that might be listening to me.
PAT: Yes. You don't have the right to say them on public airwaves. You just, you
don't. And so
STU: Well, public airwaves like Fox News Channel.
PAT: Right, yes.
STU: Public airwaves. That's what
GLENN: That's not public. That's cable.
STU: No, ACORN said it was Fox News on the public airwaves and that's what was
GLENN: Huh. That's not airwaves. That's cable.
STU: No, but air, air comes through the cables, idiot.
GLENN: Why don't we just
PAT: He got you there!
PAT: Woo hoo hoo, he nailed you, Glenn!
GLENN: Wow, I didn't see that one coming.
PAT: Air comes through the cable.
GLENN: That one is
GLENN: That one is so good, I still don't see it. I still don't see it.