GLENN: Putting the radio back into Radio City, this is the third most listened to show in all of America. Hello, you sick twisted freak. Welcome to the program. So glad that you have tuned in today. I'd like to make an announcement that I believe that Barack Obama should deliver his inaugural address maybe on Friday. You know what? Let's wait until Texas comes in and then he can make his inaugural address.
I have the numbers. Yesterday the early voting in Texas began. Now you've got to remember it's Texas. The state that I've been telling you is the bellwether. This is the one to watch to see the real mood of the, you know, the average American. The average American maybe comes and visits New York one last time before it's vaporized. You know what I mean? They get on a plane like, let's see New York before it's destroyed. The average American is not reflected on the TV news or anything like it. The average American lives in the center of the country and the ones that get it more than anybody else, I truly believe, Texas.
The voting started yesterday. This is early voting. In the last presidential primary in 2004 on the first day of early voting in Harris County -- that's the largest county in Texas and the third largest in the country -- 1200 voters showed up. That was 2004. 1200 voters showed up. Yesterday on the first day 12,000 voters. There was an hour wait to vote in many locations, unheard of on the first day in 2004. It's historic 9,000 votes for the Democrats, approximately 3,000 votes for the Republicans. Remember, this is Texas. This is a red state. If the red state of Texas goes blue, done. Done. The big votes primarily came from areas that were most likely to be Obama country.