Our Glenn Beck is better than yours! Your Glenn Beck is just plain crazy. He knows his audience, and panders to what they want to hear. Unfortunately, your Glenn Beck has created a living pandering to these people, and realizing the potential of how far he can go financially, your Glenn Beck is taking this pandering to a whole new level – out of the realm of reality and into the dungeons of media hypocrisy!
Your Glenn Beck needs help. He needs to sit on someone’s couch and talk about his childhood. Something went terribly wrong with his upbringing, and he’s bottling up this experience inside. It will not just take one or two sessions on the couch, your Glenn Beck may have to move in with the psychologist to get to the bottom of what’s really bugging him.
Although most of us believe his condition is caused by Anti-Progressivism – a deep seeded hatred for educated people who believes in thinking for themselves and making logical decisions based on facts – the Beckster as he is more affectionately called by his audience, is displaying more of a disconnect from thought. As a progressive, I’ll advise your Glenn Beck to get help!
Enter our Glenn Beck – well, let me not degrade him by calling him our Glenn Beck. I’ll call him by his real name, Lweis Black. And let me not insinuate that Mr. Black is anything like Mr. Beck, in fact, he’s quite the opposite. Our Lewis Black is thoughtful, your Beck is not. Our Black is grounded in reality, your Beck is not. Our Black is funny, your Beck is not.
Following is a video showing the difference between our Lewis Black and your Glenn Beck. Enjoy!
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c|
|Back in Black – Glenn Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s|
- Lewis Black: “Glenn Beck Has Nazi Tourette’s” (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Waaaahmbulance, stat! Glenn Beck whines that ‘the press’ doesn’t take his conspiracy theories seriously (crooksandliars.com)
- Dylan Ratigan Responds to Glenn Beck’s Attack on Him With His Own Chalkboard (videocafe.crooksandliars.com)
- Glenn Beck Hates Mother’s Day (manolith.com)