- Beck brought Democratic Representative and Muslim Keith Ellison onto his show and didn't miss an opportunity to be “politically incorrect.” Though the host claimed he was not being accusatory, he challenged Ellison's religion: “Prove to me you are not working with our enemies.” Ellison wasn't upset by the charge, though—the Minnesota congressman laughed in response.
- Orson Wells is spinning in his grave over Beck's misappropriation of Mercury Radio Arts for the title of his production company.
- He's a Mormon. Sorry, Utah, but your "religion" is a cult and you haven't gotten the memo about that whole separation of church and state thing yet, really?
- The 9/12 Project/the Restoring Honor Rally. The 9/12 Project blossomed from Beck's "We Surround Them" campaign, segments of his show asking to bring back government accountability. In 2009. After the end of the administration of Shrub, who couldn't even spell the word if you spotted him 5 syllables. The Restoring Honor rally was a bunch of white guys bitching about government while mixing church and state like the good Mormon he is.
- My favorite: Reich's Marshall Von Beck. Arguing with idiots is easy ... when you are one.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Yo, Glenn Beck, don't let the screen door hit ya' where the good Lord split ya'
Today, Glenn Beck pulled the curtain down on the televised lie-fest show of his on Fixed News. To quote Dr. Evil, "boo friggin'-hoo." Glenn Beck is a fake, a phony, a creation of his own perverted imagination. Think about it. He's been wrong or "performed" wrong about everything. But I only have room for 5.