GLENN: Okay. So you've got the Barack Hussein Obama attack phone calls and then you have Bill Clinton out saying that this whole thing with Obama is a fairy tale. Really? What do you mean by that, Bill Clinton? I'm just trying to think like you have always taught me to think when I examine people's positions and their words. I immediately think if I disagree with you, you must be a racist. So what did you mean by that? Is it that a black man in a position of power is a mythical tale? Is that it? Is that real life to you? Is it separate water fountains for you, Mr. Clinton? I don't understand. It's a fairy tale.
Then Hillary Clinton -- and don't try to pass this off because we know exactly what she means. Then Hillary Clinton said in a speech that Obama hasn't done the spade work necessary. Wonder what that means. I mean, I could look up the definition of "Spade work." In fact, Stu, you did, didn't you?
STU: Yeah, apparently I guess they're working with the dictionary, yeah. They're in on it because it just says dull or routine preliminary work preparing for an undertaking." I think you understand.
GLENN: I don't think he is preparing for an undertaking, really? Oh, he's an undertaking. What does that mean? Is that a threat or is that a job that only somebody like Barack Hussein Obama should have? What do you mean by spade work, racist?
Then if you really want to get into real policy, this is where -- look. You could say, okay, fairy tale, he wasn't really talking about, spade work, she wasn't really talking about, Barack Hussein Obama, they weren't really -- you could say all of that, you could dismiss all of that. But then let's look at the hard facts of the policies. When we see the inherent racism in their policies, you know who the Clintons are. You don't need to say any more. The debate is over. We know what their intent was on the statements but let's look at their actual policies.
She talks about universal healthcare, right? She says she wants to get everybody covered. Well, isn't that convenient? She wants to get everyone covered. Hmmm. That policy will cover three times as many whites as will blacks. The vast majority of the increased coverage of her policy will benefit whites. 48% of the uninsured are white. Only 15% are black. Who's the racist here? Isn't that -- I mean, I'm sorry. I'm just trying to use the arguments that they would use against conservatives because that's what they do on tax cuts. We say we want tax cuts for everybody. Reduce the taxes for everybody. But then they pick one group to vilify and say it only benefits the rich. All right. Well, I could play that game. The vast majority of universal health coverage will go to whites. Why would you do that? Why, why have something so lopsided that it's only benefitting, really only benefitting 15% of the African-American community? And then you come out and talk to me about spade work? Excuse me, racist. The only possible answer here, racism. She says pulling the troops out would be good for the soldiers. Really? Another policy from Hillary Clinton. Or would it just be good for... whites. The policy, her own racist policy that she wants to incorporate and institutionalize racism. Her policy of pulling the troops out benefits whites 6:1 over blacks. 71% of our Army is white. 11% is black. Her policies are only becoming more racist as we start to look at them.
Look at the tax policy. She says she wants to raise taxes on the rich. Really? Or does she want to raise taxes on blacks and Hispanics? To pick one industry that has wealthy people that would be affected, hmmm. Rich people. Really, really rich people. Who's really, really rich? I mean, making a lot of money. You know who the first group of people that come to my mind? But maybe that's because I'm not racist and so I can see clearly racist thoughts? The top ten highest paid athletes. Seven of them are black. One is Hispanic. It would cost minorities. Her taxes on the rich where these people have come from the inner city and had absolutely no future in most cases and they pulled themselves up and they got themselves into college and they worked hard and they did everything they could to leave the inner city behind and they become wealthy and they live the American dream and what does she want to do to them? Punish them! Why? Because they're black or Hispanic. Seven out of ten are black. One is Hispanic. Tell me about your tax cut, little miss racist. It will cost minorities $16 million while costing whites only... hmmm. Why are we letting the white man loose? Shouldn't the white man pay his fair share. The support that has outwardly criticized Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice, Colin Powell. There is a pattern here. She hates coal. Do I need to spell it out for you? Coal is black. Oil, black. She hates Halliburton. Number one job of Halliburton, they put out fires. When there's a fire in a building, what's left of the building is what color? Say it with me! Black! Why is it she hates all things black? Bill is the first "Black President." Really? He's the first black President? He still looks white to me. Is he perhaps ashamed of his black heritage because I have seen some of his applications that he's filled out for jobs in the past. He lists himself as white. Hmmm. Interesting. Ashamed of being black. Bill has only cheated on Hillary, that we know of, with white women. Is it perhaps the reason that we've all wondered, why is she staying with him? Why would she put up with that? We've all thought that it's because she could use him in the role that he's playing right now and help getting her elected. Or is it perhaps now that we know her real feelings on African-Americans, is it perhaps that she says, "Yeah, but he's as racist as I am. He's not going to sleep around with any black women. At least he's not hurting the purity of the race." Perhaps. I don't know! But look at the long history of racism.
How about this one. What was the big scandal that the Clintons were in in the beginning? What was it? Whitewater. And what did they do during the entire Whitewater scandal? They defended it. Defending Whitewater. Saying there was nothing wrong with Whitewater. It was all okay if the water was white, but now, but now we see something entirely different. Now, now that our eyes are opened, we can understand the defense of Whitewater in context and so many years later. She's suspiciously against Blackwater. So water is okay if it's white. It's evil, wrong and must be stopped if it's black. Could their racism be any more. I'm just the messenger. I'm just laying out the facts. You'll have to decide whether Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton are truly racist but it goes so far beyond. It really goes to how the people are that claim they're for these policies. Who are these people that say, no, I just like some of her policies; I'm not a racist. Well, isn't that exactly what a racist would say? I wonder why there are so many people in the Democratic party that just want to keep Barack Obama down when he's clearly the superior candidate. Seems to me, especially when you look at the awful facts, let alone the whole Whitewater/Blackwater thing. The answer is... the racism.