GLENN: So I talked to a guy named Mike Lee from Utah last week. He is running for Bob Bennett’s seat in Utah, which… (applause)
PAT: God bless you, Mike.
GLENN: I may vote for a mouse over Bob Bennett.
PAT: Oh, man.
GLENN: But so he’s running for Bob Bennett’s seat and I was going over the news today and I saw that
PAT: It’s not Bob Bennett’s seat. It’s the people’s seat.
GLENN: The people’s seat, yes. So anyway, I saw that illegals now in Arizona are saying, that’s fine, we’ll just leave Arizona and we’ll go to Utah. Mike Lee is now in Utah. Mike, welcome to the program.
LEE: Thank you, Glenn. It’s good to be with you.
GLENN: When I talked to you last week, we talked about the Constitution and I wanted to know what you knew about the Constitution, and you told me what?
LEE: I told you, well, it’s the law of the land and it’s what protects our liberty by setting limits on federal power and that national governments become abusive of power whenever their power is unlimited. That’s why it’s important to recognize those limits. If those limits disappear when members of congress stop reading it and instead point across the street to the Supreme Court and say, “They said we could get away with it, they said we could regulate just about anything we want.”
GLENN: You said, and I really liked this line, you said to me that just because they said so doesn’t mean it’s so. Explain.