STU: Update on this as well, Glenn. Tonight on television John Stossel going to be on.
GLENN: Oh, is he really?
STU: It's confirmed now.
GLENN: Oh, he's got a great article. Have you read his article today?
STU: I haven't read it today, no.
GLENN: He's got a great article on, this isn't crime control. You think this is -- gun control ain't crime control. Oh, don't miss it tonight. It's fantastic. He is great on this. Can you start to put that together, Stu?
GLENN: Let's have that together by springtime and really do our homework and make it exact so it's not -- I don't want any party politics in it. I want no partisanship.
STU: Yeah, just their comments, their words. Makes it simple.
GLENN: Should we put another candidate in there? Should we put like an -- I mean, if there's an independent or if there's a --
STU: We could put Ralph Nader in there. I wonder how he would come out.
GLENN: Let's put Ralph Nader in there and let's put -- isn't there the Constitution party? Who was the guy that -- not the Constitution party. The libertarian, isn't there another libertarian that's running again?
STU: Well, you obviously have Ron Paul who has been talking about third party but, no, I don't think so. But they are still doing the libertarian primaries and stuff. But my guy might be Wayne Allyn Root. I'm not convinced --
GLENN: Is this the prohibition guy?
STU: No, this is a libertarian. He might be my guy. I'm not confirmed yet, but I'm looking closely into third party candidates.
GLENN: Are you like a superdelegate? Will you take bribes for it? I'll take bribes. At this point I'll take bribes.
STU: This is a capitalist system. I will definitely take bribes.
GLENN: I'm sorry. I'm not taking bribes. I'm taking advertising money.
STU: Sure, whatever.
GLENN: Whatever you want to call it. I don't really care. It's -- no, it's part of your advertising budget.
GLENN: That's all it is. Bribe? Your Honor, advertising.
STU: In this campaign, I mean, I'll be more than -- you know, if I can get some money out of it, at least that's something.
GLENN: No, I mean, forget about it. You know what I mean?
GLENN: It doesn't matter at this point. They are going to take us to the same place. So let's just make some money on it. Look, here's the deal. I'm officially for sale, okay? No, it's only pale if you don't know I'm being paid.
STU: That's right.
GLENN: So I'm officially for sale. If somebody wants to buy my endorsement, it's -- hey, if you think it's worth something, God bless you. I think it's worth deep in the seven figures. That's just my opinion. You might want to have it evaluated some place else. I'll take another opinion
STU: I don't know. Is that --
GLENN: Only cash.
STU: Is there some FCC sort of, not FCC --
GLENN: Maybe SEC.
STU: Some rule that John McCain threw in there to get in the way of free speech?
GLENN: I don't know. John McCain would know that rule and that's why he would be best. I'm just saying, John.
STU: I don't know, though. Obama's raising a lot of money.
GLENN: A lot of money.
STU: And it would be a big thing for Obama to have your --
GLENN: Let's try this. Let's try this out.
GLENN: Give me a dollar figure and a candidate.
STU: Small, you know, $50,000, Dennis Kucinich.
GLENN: I think this whole space alien thing is not all it's cracked up to be. I don't think that -- I think that was taken out of context.
STU: That's what you get for $50,000?
GLENN: $50,000, that's what you get, Dennis.
STU: What if I were to give you, say, $200,000 and I was going to say my name is Mike Gravel; help me out.
STU: For Mike Gravel.
GLENN: Have you ever been to Alaska? Alaska is great. This guy ran Alaska for a very long time and people are vacationing there for a really long time. He could probable do some things in America. With the dollar falling, a lot of people are starting to come and visit America. More tourists are coming. Maybe we should have the guy who's made Alaska what it is today.
STU: That was very good. And that's only for 200k?
GLENN: 200k, but it's Alaska and that's pretty much, that's all I can do for you. That's it.
STU: Barack Obama's raising, what, $60 million a month. So he could really --
GLENN: So Barack Obama, how much?
STU: Just to start off, I'll give you a million dollars.
GLENN: A million dollars for Barack Obama, here's what you get. Comrade!