GLENN: Okay. Look at what's happening in Washington right now. We have the FCC set to vote on net neutrality rules at Christmastime. We have "don't ask, don't tell" repeal. Scott Brown is now backing that Senate bill. The Senate is now starting to work over the weekend to ratify the START treaty. What is the -- what is the big push to ratify the START treaty before Christmas? They're passing another, what is it, 2,000-page bill? The am any bus bill? This -- they are talking now about staying in session. Harry Reid is saying we might stay in session until January 4th. This is bad. This is bad. These guys are -- they're bad people. They are just really bad people. No, lame duck congresses don't do this.
PAT: There's no reason for it.
GLENN: I know, there's none.
PAT: They are just trying to get their leftwing agenda hammered through completely, including apparently nuclear disarmament, before they leave office. That's --
GLENN: Nuclear disarmament.
PAT: I mean --
GLENN: Isn't this something the American people should be involved in?
PAT: Isn't this something we rejected a long time ago?
GLENN: A long time ago and they are just doing it at Christmas because they know nobody is paying attention. They are just, this is evil. The stuff that goes on in our country is evil. It's just, it's amazing to me. They just bypass -- well, it's Fareed Zakaria, you know: The American people are the problem. Biden said yesterday to the Republicans, get out of the way. Oh. Oh, okay. Oh, I see. I'm sorry. Hmmm. Okay. 23% now say the U.S. is heading in the right direction. Lowest since Obama took office. And congress is at the lowest poll number in the history of Gallup. Congratulations, congress. And merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to you.