August 31, 2009

Glenn Beck presents the Obama National Anthem


August 31, 2009 - 13:01 ET


The Obama National Anthem...
GLENN: Am I the only guy left in America that doesn't idolize Che, that doesn't think Fidel Castro is a great guy?
PAT: No, there's at least two of us.
GLENN: There's two?
PAT: There's at least two.
GLENN: Stu, are you in on this? Are you ‑‑
STU: I'm kind of mixed on him. I think he is a decent guy.
GLENN: Jeez.
PAT: He's kind of okay.
STU: Has some good qualities but also some issues.
GLENN: Also some issues, like Che just shooting people in the head.
STU: That's the negative side.
GLENN: That's the negative side.
STU: But there's a positive side. He has great T‑shirts.
GLENN: You know what?
STU: See?
GLENN: He does. I don't know why it is so hard to believe that the president of the United States may be a Marxist, when we have so many Marxists now coming out of the closet. They are no longer afraid to say it. Here is congresswoman from California, Congresswoman Diane Watson.
WATSON: It was just mentioned to me by our esteemed speaker, did anyone say anything about the Cuban health system.
And let me tell you, before you say,oh, it's communist, you need to go down there and see what Fidel Castro put in place. And I want you to know now you can think whatever you want to about Fidel Castro, but he was one of the brightest leaders I have ever met.
GLENN: That is great. That is great.
WATSON: And, you know, the Cuban revolution that kicked out the wealthy, Sheik of Arab did that.
PAT: Thank goodness.
WATSON: And then after they took over they went out among the population to find someone who could lead this new nation, and they found ‑‑ well, just leave it there.
GLENN: Why?
WATSON: An attorney by the name of Fidel Castro.
GLENN: Oh, that is ‑‑
PAT: After they kicked out the wealthy, comrade.
(Obama National Anthem plays).
GLENN: I ask you, why is it so hard for people to believe that there is a revolution going on in this country, that there is a Marxist revolution. You have Van Jones ‑‑ and by the way, I don't know if you've seen all the hacks that have gone after the facts on Van Jones. This guy is being canonized.
PAT: He's like a Bill Gates now. He's a ‑‑
GLENN: He's such a capitalist.
PAT: Oh, he's Mr. Capitalist.
GLENN: He is Rockefeller before the Rockefellers went communist. I mean, he is, he is amazing. He has been scrubbed clean. What was it that Joe Biden said about Barack Obama? He's clean and articulate. Joe Biden can even like Van Jones at this point, he's been scrubbed so clean. He is now being called on the Internet a great capitalist. We're going to correct the record here coming up in just a little while.
But you don't have to go to Van Jones to find Marxists. You now have Diane Watson. This is what she just said. Let's play it again and listen to the words of what she just said again. Who was she speaking to, Pat? Do you know?
PAT: I don't.
GLENN: It was a ‑‑ I mean, the audience is like oh, it's Fidel...
GRAY: Great.
GLENN: I don't know if I should even clap at that one.
WATSON: It was just mentioned to me by our esteemed speaker, did anyone say anything about the Cuban health system. And let me tell you, before you say, oh, it's commune ‑‑ you need to go down there and see what Fidel Castro put in place.
GLENN: Amen, sister.
WATSON: And I want you to know now you can think whatever you want to about the bill ‑‑
GLENN: Stop, stop, stop. Okay, let's think whatever we want to about Fidel Castro. He has kept his people in poverty for almost as long as Robert Byrd has been in the capital of the U.S. He has starved many of his people. He has imprisoned many of his people. He has executed many of his people. His people love it there so much that they take automobiles and try to escape and come to the United States. I mean, what else do I have to say about ‑‑
PAT: Which, by the way, there's no road between us and Cuba.
GLENN: Yeah.
PAT: They kind of float.
GLENN: It's weird, isn't it?
PAT: Float here in old Buicks.
GLENN: It's amazing to me that we have somebody who is in congress, currently in congress ‑‑ Stu, could you look up where Diane Watson is from? Guarantee you she's from the Bay Area, coincidence of coincidence.
PAT: 33rd district, yeah.
GLENN: Is that where it is?
PAT: I think, I think it's the Bay Area.
GLENN: Guarantee it. It's where Van Jones is from. It's San Francisco, it's Oakland. It's where all of these radicals are coming from. UC‑Berkeley. And nobody is ‑‑ we have got to stop looking at these people as people with a difference of opinion. They are revolutionaries. That's what Che was! Culver City, California? I don't ‑‑ yeah, that's down Los Angeles area, I think. Our apologies to anybody who's listening to us in New York and like, these dummies. Where did I say? Oh, yeah. No, New York is like, these dummies. But California's ‑‑ now, she's not the only one. Van Jones isn't the only one. Mark Lloyd isn 't the only one. Mark Lloyd is the FCC ‑‑ we've got an expose tonight on the FCC and this Internet ban that just seemingly just went away. Apparently people don't have a problem with Marxism. I think it's because they don't know it yet. But they ‑‑ on Friday Drudge released a report that Rockefeller, Jay Rockefeller is now introducing a presidential ability to take control of the Internet and shut it down. Well, I don't know if I want that from ‑‑ especially when you've got the FCC diversity czar talking about how great Che ‑‑ I'm sorry, how great Chavez is. And that important revolution. And that Chavez wouldn't have been thwarted the first time on his revolution if he would have had control of the radio stations and the television stations. If he would have taken the media seriously.

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