GLENN: Unless Hillary Clinton said today, I think it was on CBS, the "CBS Morning News", Harry -- Smith, Harry Smith. He asked the question, which was a great question: Possibility that you guys become President and vice president? She said, "That very well may be the way this ends up." That's the only way. I mean, can you imagine this being taken from -- what was it? I love this. In the Washington Post yesterday some big feminist woman. And there's nothing like a racial slur to bring everything home for you. Some big feminist said in the Washington Post yesterday, if Barack Obama takes this with superdelegates, the women of this country are going to feel -- and I'm quoting -- gypped. That's good. The same thing with Hillary Clinton. If Hillary Clinton takes this with superdelegates, because remember you can legally bribe these guys. This is the way the system is. You can buy their vote. They are the people who are saying, we've got to stop all this special interest and the lobbying and all the money and politics. You can literally buy the vote of the superdelegate with no consequence. It's legal. It's in the system. What did you say, Stu?
STU: How does that work?
GLENN: You send the money.
STU: You just --
GLENN: You send the money.
STU: It can't be that straightforward.
GLENN: It is that straightforward.
STU: You send them money, you say vote for me and you can have this money and then they'll vote for you? Really? You might be right.
GLENN: Wait, wait, wait. I don't know if you can actually say, I'm going to send you this money if you vote for me.
STU: So it's just, hey, here's a large donation.
GLENN: Yes. You know what you really need help with? Money.
STU: Hey, dude, I totally forgot, like, $300,000 on your couch.
GLENN: You don't have to be subtle about it. You can do it on TV. Here's $300,000.
STU: But you just can't say here's $300,000, vote for me.
GLENN: No, no. You may be able to say that. I'm not sure. We've got to find out. Let's get a superdelegate expert on radio and television. We've got to get -- you know what, call television up. Tell them that what I just gave, the facts that I just gave, we've got to do this tonight. I've got to know all of the answers to this tonight because it's going to come down to superdelegates and so it will be like a little maze. You know what I mean? And it will be how to avoid the burning cars in the street. How do we get around the burning cars? How does this not back 1968? I think the only way is for these two to come together. Sorry. I'm struggling. I'm trying to figure out another way to phrase this. Okay, who's going to be the President? All I could think of was who's on top and I thought... who's going to be the President? That's what it would have to come down to and I guess that would come down to who has the most delegates, I guess, and they call the superdelegates. Or the add-on delegates. That's not even adding in the add-on delegates that we just found out about yesterday. Those people haven't even been picked. It's just somebody who's -- you know what? We've got to have you vote, too. 76 add-on delegates. This is incredible. This is the -- this is the system that the rest of the world looks to and says, wow, (whispering.) This is why our founding fathers said these parties are going to be the death of us. Because your voice, in the end, Texas, you spoke last night. You said Hillary Clinton. Now it's at the caucus. So far the caucus looks like it's going to go to Obama, which means I think the delegates go to Obama. Not all of them. Some of them. But more than hers. What? How is that possible? The people spoke. But in the caucus that counts more? How is this, how does this reflect the will of the people at all? This is everything that we're trying to get away from.