January 21, 2010, - 4:28 pm

Drama Queen Beck Shows His True Colors on Scott Brown

By Debbie Schlussel

I warned you–the Glenn Beck-messiah fanatics–about this guy (and I told you how he repeatedly promotes the Islamic terrorists’ fave Congressman as a “hero”).

Scott Brown’s victory over Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate Seat was such a tremendous victory.  And a certain semi-male drama queen had to find a way to urinate on it so he could get his attention whore mojo back.

Is the guy who uttered this really your hero?  If he is, you really need to re-evaluate.

I want a chastity belt on this man.  I want his every move watched in Washington.  I don’t trust this guy. This one could end with a dead intern.  I’m just saying.  It could end with a dead intern.

–Glenn Beck on his nationally syndicated radio show, feigning that he can’t understand that it might be endearing when a loving dad teases his daughters in his victory speech. To grandstand and get attention, the coke addict implies that Scott Brown is pimping his daughters.

Hmmm . . . if I were Scott Brown or any of his family members, I think I’d ignore that coke addict’s “instructions” for how to raise a family. In general, methinks the coke addict is the one not to be trusted and more likely to end up with a dead intern.

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I heard the clips of Glenn Beck — he really did sound insane.

MOMinMINNESOTA on January 21, 2010 at 4:38 pm

Use to like GB for a few shows – and then, yes, he did start showing his true colours – sad but true – we have to be aware of the wolves dressed as lambs…or maybe vice-versa – right on Debbie!!!…Keep It Up!!!!!

Can-Am on January 21, 2010 at 4:41 pm

Page 57 of Common Sense alludes to a third party and after that I stopped listening to him as much. In this area, Rush is opposite him and it’s an easy switch back and forth. Now I’m mostly Rush and satellite hard rock radio.

Joe on January 21, 2010 at 4:48 pm

I like Glenn for the most part, but I think he was way over the top on the way he talked about Scott Brown. I think the guy made a stupid statement about his daughters, but I think he was giddy over the election results and proud of his family and it slipped out. He said he was KIDDING. Glenn hates both parties and I think his rantings spoiled a lot of our glee. However, not sure I am with you on calling him a media whore coke addict. Haven’t heard that about the coke….

Mary on January 21, 2010 at 5:00 pm

. . . besides, isn’t Beck supposed to be a recovering alcoholic? Furthermore, he is one of the people associated with FOX News that has part Saudi ownership.

ConcernedPatriot on January 21, 2010 at 5:02 pm

Scott Brown and his daughters were teasing each other. The audience understood it was a joke. There are some people who don’t appear to understand “available” doesn’t mean available. This episode is a reason for conservatives not to take Glenn Beck seriously.

NormanF on January 21, 2010 at 5:13 pm

I liked Beck when I first heard him on the radio. But as a little time went on, I realized that he’s a nut. The dangerous thing is that so many people allow themselves to continue to be fooled by the Becks of the world. He sometimes says the right things, but his sincerity is of course quite suspect. He just ain’t all he makes himself out to be.

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck… well, you know the rest.

Rocky on January 21, 2010 at 5:13 pm

Brown’s comment was perfectly OK. Beck has some sort of disassociation problem.

pat on January 21, 2010 at 5:16 pm

Glenn Beck is (to be kind) “nutty.” Once he switched to FOX, I stopped being interested in Beck…and I heard that since he left CNN Headline News, it’s been all downhill…(I’ve seen snippets of his “dead frog” or boiling a frog alive feature/epidsode…good grief…then his cozy relationship with all the other Wackos — the Ron Paul people, the conspiracy nuts, and the “financial screamers”, of “There’s gonna be rampant, rampant I say, Inflation!!Buy Gold Now!” (that’s 24/7/365) so they can thereby enrich themselves, etc., etc.) Not worth paying attention to this self-proclaimed rodeo clown.

J.S. on January 21, 2010 at 5:27 pm

The faux concervatives at Fox news are scared to death that the Obama reign of terror may be comming to a close. Or at least tethered just a bit. Without Obumbo and his merry band of “men” people will start to watch something other than Fox news, perhaps a movie….gee now there’s an idea.
Fox news has been riding the ratings high for the past two years now because of Obama, when the wind shifts people will find other things to do.
I’m glad I missed Beck’s tirade, but I did catch O’reily the night of the election and he was none to pleased about Scott as well. Early on in the evening when he was giving out the results he was happy that Coakly was gaining in numbers and let it slip that it was way to early to sing Scott’s praises just yet. He had a feeling she’d come out on top. Glad to dissapoint both those freaks who are only concervative when the money is pouring in.

perception of truth on January 21, 2010 at 5:32 pm

Not a fan of Beck, but conservatives are kidding themselves if they think that Brown is going to be any kind of savior to the party, he is going to be another RINO like McCain:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/01/21/AR2010012103020.html

Brown said his model for governing would be McCain, who would also be the first appointment in a packed schedule of meetings that morning. “I have great respect for Senator McCain,” he said of the Arizona senator, who was one of the first establishment players to support his seemingly quixotic bid against Attorney General Martha Coakley. “I’ve known him for a while, long before this, and you know he is a war hero and kind of a maverick independent thinker. While I want to be a Scott Brown Republican, I want to rely on everybody on both sides of the aisle,” he added, “I’ve told my leadership already that I’m not a rubber stamp for anybody.”

And Brown expressed reluctance to be associated at all with the Tea Party movement that helped elect him.

Duane on January 21, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    That’s fine with me. Let him use his own judgment. Some of these jugheads on the “right” don’t need to be followed.

    dougx on January 21, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    This is MASSACHUSETTS – it is not Alabama! There are zero Repulbican reps in congress at this point.

    AliceL. on January 24, 2010 at 10:53 am

Beck should take a chill pill. After all, this is Massachusetts. Unless Scott Brown does something really scandalous like driving drunk off a bridge, leaving the scene of the accident, and causing the death of a young female staffer, he should have no problem getting reelected.

One thing is true, the MSM and DEMs are going after this guy. I would not be suprised if they try the old Frank Gifford move on him. This was Ted K’s seat after all, they can’t have some svelte guy who drives a pickup truck sitting in it.

Rick on January 21, 2010 at 5:42 pm

Beck – just another uneducated, egomaniacal asshole with ears, kinda like Vannity. How can the two of them go on TV every night and try to make it seem that they know much more than the general public? So what if they read books, so can a seventh grader. Reading doesn’t make them freakin’ geniuses or educated. They are both just showmen who read a teleprompter, just like someone else we all know (BHO).

Jarhead on January 21, 2010 at 5:47 pm

I think that Beck didn’t really care for those comments Brown stated about his daughters and even though Beck might have not said a statement like that about his own children he himself has put his foot in his own mouth more than a few times. I thought the comments Brown said were funny -plus he was excited about is huge victory. Beck was just making waves about nothing.

Faye on January 21, 2010 at 5:47 pm

debbie i love ya but glen beck has been a constant thorn in obamas side since day one.he is one of the only guys who constantly names names with his charts and graphs.i appreciate what he does and believe he sees these radical leftists infesting our government as the beginning of the end. iknow you believe this as well. i think most recovering addicts are always a little on the edge. i believe he loves america as much as you do and sees where this is all going. not a good place.i will always appreciate what you do.tom marr turned me on to you years ago and there are things i dont always agree with him on.keep up the good work.

kevin on January 21, 2010 at 6:09 pm

    I agree. He made a dumb statement but he has been a mad genius at damaging the Obama admin. How many guys has he gotten fired over there single handedly?

    dougx on January 21, 2010 at 8:53 pm

Hey, he exposed SEIU, ACORN, and VAN JONES, all of which needed to be exposed for the ultra progressives they are and are not wanted in this country. Having said that, he is an entertainer and that is it. He has no formal education and the minute that a third party or the Republicans take control then he will be spitting on them as well. His game is $$$ and being the next Oprah. Take him as he is…..

Fish on January 21, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    YES…all those groups he exposed was supposed to be INITIALLY exposed by that Journalist out of Israel…gosh, I’m going so blank on the name….

    Skunky on January 21, 2010 at 6:25 pm

Nice going Glenn. You know, that maniac Keith OlberWOmen said the same thing about Glenn Beck. Give Scott Brown a chance to really mess up for crying out loud!

Hey Glenn Beck…we have the looney left to take UNFOUNDED digs at conservatives…we don’t need you.

I still like GB, but I am starting to believe those warning about him. I hear on Rusty Humphries that he gets most ideas from his show from that Journalist out of Israel (forgive me…I can’t recall his name for some reason). Maybe I ought to take that more seriously.

Skunky on January 21, 2010 at 6:20 pm

Debbie,

I took a few minutes to think about what separates you from Beck, and one thing that really stands out is that Beck attacks people for their personality and you attack people for their deeds. Scott Brown was being a goofy proud dad, okay, he had his moment and we all do at times, but Brown showed himself as real person and not one of the Washington phonies we are so used to seeing. Let’s face it – Pelosi was being an obvious faker when she claimed her young grandchildren asked her a political question. All Americans really just want is to hear the truth, not sugar-coated pablum.

You on the other hand stick to the issues and any attacks you make are based on specific deeds, including when you referred to a certain person as Abu Moskowitz. That was issues related, not a personality attack for personal attack sake.

Beck tried to be Howard Stern and it didn’t work.

Fred Taub on January 21, 2010 at 6:35 pm

One of the authors beck uses is Aaron Klein I don’t think that is who your talking about but I know beck has stolen some of his stuff. When beck was at cnn his show was pretty darn good, when I heard he was switching to fox I said oh no his show is gonna suck. Its pathetic. He talks into the camera for forty five minutes, shows the same clip a thousand times and then he has a smart guy like thomas sowell on for three minutes. Its a joke I can’t stand the arrogant prick. Glen beck is all about glen beck and he loves oreilly I think there boyfriends. I also really get tired of the hack always saying the democrats and the republicans are the same. There not the same. There isn’t one single host at fox news that doesn’t make my stomach churn. Probably the only one I could say I like is greg gutfield and hes on at three in the morning.

tyler on January 21, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    Thank you Tyler…Aaron Klein was the name I was thinking of. Thank you.

    The Beck/O’Reilly schtick is vomitous…I always saw O’Reilly as the rabidly egocentric one…I will pay more attention to Beck thou’ (haven’t been able to to watch or listen to his show lately…but my brother tells me he is sooo annoying). You can tell that fraud O’Reilly is afraid Beck will usurp him…so he treats him like a joke and Beck acts like an azz-clown in response.

    Oh, and O’Reilly AIN’T fooling me. Those who have watched his show devolve since 9/11 are on to his little fraud-ities. He handles Turkmanbama with KID GLOVES and we know why. He just thinks we are too stupid to see.

    I’m no fan of Lis Weihl, but I stopped listening to his now defunct radio show because the way he treats women is despicable. He bullies them and that ain’t cool. Once I saw him (last fall) interview this ANNOYING lib…I wish I could remember whom she was because even though she was wrong, the way she handled O’Reilly was the way you can beat him. She was NOT intimidated and it disarmed him. Too bad his point was the proper one of the evening because I delighted in seeing him lose his super-powers!

    Skunky on January 21, 2010 at 7:07 pm

A strange, and, of course, inappropriate comment.

He was probably saying it to get attention and ratings. The problem is, that by default, he gets a large audience. As Fish says, he did expose Van Jones, but he does do nutty things like the gold commercials and narratives, and of course, there is the increasing Saudi ownership of Fox.

Debbie, the only answer is for you to get your own regular national talk show.

Little Al on January 21, 2010 at 7:05 pm

I think that everyone is blowing this all out of proportion. I too think that beck genuinely loves this country for what the founders intended for it to be. I am seeing comments that most liberal loons should be leaving. Not conservatives. Its ridiculous. Find something better to write about Debbie… And for anyone talking about the man’s education (JARHEAD) you really sound like some lib. I guess you would rather have some elitist hack that went ivy and has some fancy diploma instead of someone with some common sense. These comments you all like this are leaving are shameful at best.

Marshall on January 21, 2010 at 7:11 pm

    Marshall – I’m not looking for some elitest hack, just someone who is educated and not a showman. And, of course, someone with common sense. Savage comes to mind.

    If Beck really loves his country, why does he have a man crush on Darrell Issa, a known Hezbollah lover? Aren’t they supposed to be enemies of the U.S.?

    Jarhead on January 21, 2010 at 7:37 pm

I started coming here because I heard you on King dudes show and i liked your movie reviews sometinmes. Buit ripping Beck like this? The guy that almost singlehandely started the tea party movement, is as solid of a Constitutionalist that is on the air today and you call him a cocaine addict whore?

Have you lost your mind Debbie? I will not be back. But Beck and guys like me will save your sorry ass from the people who are stealing your freedoms. You need to rethink this low life blog. I think you must have hit your head or something by attacking Beck…Maybe Keith Oberman is more your speed for a media hero? Idiot!

DUSTY on January 21, 2010 at 7:11 pm

    What Beck said was dirty, nasty and just plain inappropriate. Maybe he is feeling lonely these days. And I do not want a third party movement and distrust these movements. Beck is a big supporter of that kind of garbage. Those are the people who threw the election to Obama.

    Julian on January 22, 2010 at 12:02 pm

I think that everyone is blowing this all out of proportion. I too think that beck genuinely loves this country for what the founders intended for it to be. I am seeing comments that most liberal loons should be leaving. Not conservatives. Its ridiculous. Find something better to write about Debbie… I read better posts by you all the time… And for anyone talking about the man’s education (JARHEAD) you really sound like some lib. I guess you would rather have some elitist hack that went ivy and has some fancy diploma instead of someone with some common sense. These comments you all like this are leaving are shameful at best.

Marshall on January 21, 2010 at 7:12 pm

    You guys…even though you may not like what some say, does NOT make them less true. I like Beck and have not given up 100% on him but really, look at the criticisms some are making and look into it yourself. The Third Party crap that he totes is a LOSER (It should be officially dead now. Joe Kennedy (a LOSER-tarian) cleverly used his name to get more votes in Mass for the Coakley/Brown race and STILL came in with just 1% OF THE VOTE). A third party plan is giving a victory to the LIBERALS. It is sad but true. You either have to be a DEM or REPUBLICAN to win…and winning is vital these days.

    And he does not give Aaron Klein credit when he ought to. I was shocked myself when I heard this. I have not given up on Beck but I still am able to see the truth. Don’t Obama-cize Beck. You have to question EVERYONE…and even Beck says that himself. The last thing I truly wanna believe is that Beck is a self-serving egoist!

    Skunky on January 21, 2010 at 7:22 pm

Prediction: There will be a dead intern. The intern will have worked for the Glenn Beck show.

lynch on January 21, 2010 at 7:22 pm

I just watched the first seven minutes of oreilly and he showed clips of liberals saying oreilly caused nine eleven. Oreilly had nothing bad to say about that but said “some” conservative talk radio hosts work from the gutter. Its funny he didn’t mention any names. Its also funny that a guy like oreilly who shows women half naked every night would talk of anyone being in the gutter. Oreilly tried talk radio and was an absolute failure. Hes just jeoulous of Savage.

As for all you glen beck lovers, hopefully you’ll see the light one day. I am a recently converted anti glen beck guy. I was a fan for a long time. I will watch his show tomorrow though about progressives. He stated several times today that its the documentary that I made. I did this I did that. Becks got a staff of at least twenty people and he gives no credit to all the people who helped produce the documentary that will air tomorrow. Don’t any of you people find that a little arrogant?

tyler on January 21, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    It’s very disappointing about Glenn Beck. I liked him very much on CNN and his weekend wrap-up talk show.

    I will watch tomorrow too. Of course, I have not seen it yet but if one is well versed in the wreckage of Communism, they will be privy to most the stuff he’ll have on it. Like Che and Castro. I guess it may be geared towards those whom really have no idea about history or that Hitler was a leftist…even though Nazi meant National Socialist movement.

    Gosh, I detest O’Reilly. I like when he’s truthful, but his arrogance is so hard to take. He is The Leprechan!

    Skunky on January 21, 2010 at 8:46 pm

Beck did wipe out some crazed nuts that Obama had appointed so he gets cudos for that, but i agree, maybe he was off his meds that day speaking of Brown.

Honestly, I winced when Brown said his daughters were available because I knew the speech police would attack him. I thought it was funny. Obviously, it was a joke based on the old fashioned ways where the father would try to find a husband for an unmarried daughter. It was just a joke, and a funny one at that.

dougx on January 21, 2010 at 8:48 pm

Methinks you conservatives are doing what the liberals are doing today….attaching each other! The election of Brown is only one small drop in a bucket of filth. We need to contact all of our elected leaders and tell them to shape up or we are gonna ship them out. It may be too late to reverse the socialist trend in this country but we can start. Quit nit-picking and support those who support this country.

arejaymack on January 21, 2010 at 8:54 pm

My blog will be up in a few days hope you will plan to visit.
My take is if they are in office NOW they are a part of the problem.

Travis Taylor on January 21, 2010 at 9:35 pm

    “Thou shall not speak ill of thy fellow Republican”

    Ronald Reagan

    Hotspur666 on January 21, 2010 at 10:00 pm

Yes, those who say Dem and Repubs are the same are these
“Paleo-conservative”, meaning neo-nazis ronpaulista,
on big Saudi oil payroll to act as flakes for conquering Islam
and their leftist allies…the Red, Green, Brown axis of evil.

Hotspur666 on January 21, 2010 at 10:04 pm

I remember when Glenn Schmeck first said there were FEMA internment camps, then there was’nt, and anyone who believed that the government had FEMA camps and coffins ready to go was a consiracy theorist according to Schmeck. Michael Savage calls schmeck the hem. If you don’t know why. i won’t tell you here. Schmecky pulls the crying boy, welled up eyes, “Im a recovering schmuckaholic” and all that shtick. He actually made himself cry for a photo montage to be used in a big magazine. Don’t forget everyone.. A Saudi prince owns a huge chunk of Fox news now….

just a schmuck on January 21, 2010 at 10:18 pm

The ADL today accused Rush Limbaugh of borderline anti-Semitic comments:

To some people, banker is a code word for Jewish; and guess who Obama is assaulting? He’s assaulting bankers. He’s assaulting money people. And a lot of those people on Wall Street are Jewish. So I wonder if there’s – if there’s starting to be some buyer’s remorse there.”

There’s no excuse for playing into the stereotype about Jews being obsessed with money. Ironically enough, the trope found its strongest currency with Marxism. The ADL while accusing Rush of coming dangerously close to crossing the line into outright anti-Semitism, overlooks the fact the assault on Wall Street comes from the Left. Still, its not helpful to conservatives to insinuate that Jews’ propensity to be liberal is what brought Obama to power. It needs to be repeated here again that if every Jew had voted for McCain, Obama would still have won.

The ADL may have a point but its noteworthy they stop short of calling Rush an anti-Semite while they ignore the real danger to American Jews: Islam which menaces them far more than a clumsily expressed statement from an American radio talk show host.

NormanF on January 21, 2010 at 10:38 pm

    NormanF, Obama’s jumping onto “bankers” combined with the MSM’s constant retort of Obama’s new-found “populism”…leads me to conclude the same as what you’re suspecting…and, it’s not pleasant. (I’ve stopped watching Rick Sanchez’s program — and on CNN it’s been extended by an hour…it’s basically unwatchable…like a tabloid “scandal sheet” but all based on rumors and innuendos…I expect it’s only a matter of time before libelous accusations fly.)

    J.S. on January 22, 2010 at 12:13 am

    NormanF:

    I don’t know what this has to do with Glenn Beck.

    I can tell you from my own observations that Glenn Beck is a card-carrying member of the Saudi Petrochemical Lobby. One need only read his latest book to recognize it.

    There is NO Santa Claau on January 22, 2010 at 8:07 am

    I ignore the ADL. The Far Left is allied with the Islamists in their hatred of Jews. Don Feder wrote a great article about this a few months ago. “Why the Left Hates the Jews”. When you lose faith in G-d and disrespect the Torah, all kinds of terrible things are possible including self-hatred. Unfortunately, may of my coreligionists have substituted the Democratic party platform for their religion. And please don’t start me on intermarriage! That people celebrate the latter is beyond belief and sickening.

    Julian on January 22, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    Hey Norm why don’t you and the adl go “fist” yourselves!

    ZillaLilly on January 22, 2010 at 1:05 pm

    Actually, it is good that he brought it out into the open.
    The left often brings in code words, such as white trash and rednecks(when referring to blue collar workers who do not agree with them)when discussing various issues. The intiated know the meaning of such codes, but the general public often does not. The far left tends to be very anti-Semetic, and has more than its share of self-loathing Jews, such as Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn.

    If you want a genuine anti-Semites who consider themselves to be conservatives, try Pat Buchanan or Joe Sobran. Rush Limbaugh is not in that league by any strech of the imagination.

    Worry01 on January 23, 2010 at 7:28 am

Debbie
I think Beck gets somewhat jealous over handsome dudes like Scott Brown. He didn’t need to get into it as to what the father said about his daughters. I agree w/you completely Debbie.

Darlene on January 21, 2010 at 11:00 pm

I caught those remarks by Beck and at first I thought, Hey Beck lighten up. On his show, Beck trashes Obama and the left. So it was very strange hearing the comments Beck made about Brown. The photo op of Brown was done a long time ago. Beck acted like it was last week. As for Brown having fun with his daughters, Im sure everyone except maybe Beck understood that Brown was just teasing his daughter a little. Im sure his daughter didn’t find it offensive. Perhaps Becks popularity has gone to his head. His ratings are very strong for the time slot he’s on. I was expecting to see Beck put a picture of Brown on his blackboard next to Reid and Pelosi. Im wondering if Brown turned down an interview on Becks show. Could that be why Beck was so nasty towards Brown? Don’t know but that could be a possiblity.

foxmuldar on January 21, 2010 at 11:27 pm

I only heard the above clip, so I don’t know what prompted the comments by Brown about his daughters. I agree with Glenn Beck, you don’t announce to a group of strangers that your daughters are available.
I like Glenn’s show, but he does have his faults. He has no problem with our national policy of making whites a minority in their own country through non-white legal and illegal immigration. He also panders to Muslims by saying most are moderate. Also, he panders to blacks by singing the praises of the prostitute beating communist and plagiarist, ML King.

Joe G on January 21, 2010 at 11:31 pm

I’ve never understood the appeal of Beck.

I’ve listened to him a couple of minutes at a time and I change the channel.

Jeff W. on January 21, 2010 at 11:37 pm

God–I’m so sick of Glenn Beck. Why doesn’t he just go away?

Scott Spiegel on January 21, 2010 at 11:55 pm

I think Debbie is right on with her observations of Beck and I think his comments concerning Scott were inappropriate and disturbing.

However,there is so much about this administration that Glenn brings to light that you just don’t see or hear anywhere else,that I just overlook it.

Beck does a lot of heavy lifting for conservatives.Please remember he’s not the enemy.

ebayer on January 22, 2010 at 12:19 am

This is why I’m an independant…and why I haven’t jumped on the Scott Brown bandwagon like most of you did.

When Michael Savage called Glenn Beck a hemorrhoid, this is what he meant.

Squirrel3D on January 22, 2010 at 12:28 am

I think women need to be frightened of Beck and I think he is just projecting.

Anyway, Beck’s sincerity is very very suspect and most of his stuff was stolen from others.

He also said he was sick of the 9/11 victims and why don’t they shut up. Of course he doesn’t mind making money from 9/11.

Beck has one ideology and that is making money and to do this he has to stay in the limelight and if anyone steals that he gets defensive. He first tried making loads of money by doing the Howard Stern stick but it didn’t work for him.

He can be normal when he wants to. It is all an act. Just listen to his interview when the autism controvery came out with Michael Savage and Beck was a sub on Larry King Live. He was very serious. His craziness isn’t even sincere. He is a very sharp fellow Beck making money by attracting those who like men who act weird. This is the problem with envy and hatred of men that people are attracted to con men like Beck.

Here is a you tube video of Beck saying he hates 9/11 victims and they should just SHUT UP ALREADY. Beck is a true scumbag who puts money and his own ego before what is good for the country and he wouldn’t be in this field if he didn’t think it was good money. I DO NOT think though he is a nut. He is very sane and laughing all the way to the back. He is, however, insincere and basically it is other people who have found about these stories before Beck did which Beck never gives credit to these people.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hf33g9ep4YU&feature=PlayList&p=352852BA6321F60B&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=28

adam on January 22, 2010 at 12:31 am

Also I think the Van Jones story was stolen from the Michael Savage show as this was brought up a few days after this happened and Michael does live in San Francisco and a number of callers also expressed their concerns knowing about Van Jones.

adam on January 22, 2010 at 12:37 am

Where is it written that we should listen to ANY talk show host, or alleged Conservative simply because they appear on TV?
Rush has bona fides going back 30 years. He knows what he’s talking about.
O’reillyhannitybeck? If their talents were equal to their egos, we might have something. But they are blowhards,the Conservative equivalent of TV Preachers. Don’t send that check!

Douglas Q on January 22, 2010 at 12:56 am

“I want a chastity belt on this man. I want his every move watched in Washington. I don’t trust this guy. This one could end with a dead intern. I’m just saying. It could end with a dead intern.”

It was a very bad attempt at humor, and demonstrated a severe lack of judgment. He should have left this stuff to Ed Schultz and Rachel Maddow. Also, Beck’s attempt to make Brown’s comments about his daughters seem ominous was really a stretch on a stretch. Personally, I prefer someone like Mr. Brown over the humorless zombies you typically get in Washington.

A simple object lesson is to avoid worshipping hosts, no matter how famous. The person or persons worshipped will inevitably disappoint you. By all means listen to people that you agree or disagree with, but do so critically and with a reasonable amount of skeptcism. Someone on the left is not always wrong(William Greider or Andrew Cockburn), nor is a conservative(Michelle Malkin or S.E. Cupp)inevitably correct.

Worry01 on January 22, 2010 at 2:20 am

I don’t always agree with Debbie, but I appreciate her sticking it to these idiot faux conservatives, like Beck and others. What an ass Beck is, tell me something I don’t know. He’s like the rightwing equivalent of Mike Moore, facts? what are those?

slightly OT, did you guys know that those Mass Jews still voted for the Dem Coakley, not Brown? Check a map of the congresional district, and the suburban areas that voted for Coakley are very Jewish. Those American Jews (and I’m an Israeli Jew) make me sick to my stomach. Debbie doesn’t give enough attention to these out of touch know-nothing twerps who would vote for Ahmandinjehad so long as he ran as a Democrat in the States. I mean they voted for Obama, who is worse than Carter. It’s a scandal which is largely ignored, even by Jews like Debbie who get it. Modern day American Jewry make me sick, a scandal in modern Jewish history that is simply unprecedented. They would make their ancestors fleeing pogroms in Poland and Russia ashamed. They make me ashamed. I also see the Quisling J Street is doubling its contributions to US congress members (in todays’ J Post), this is what I am talking about.

Also I see the underwear bomber ain’t talking that he is now all lawyered up, and now vital terrorist info he has you ain’t getting because the rights of a terrorist are more important than your lives. Why not just surrender to Islam and get it over with, this painful slow-motion surrender is too painful to watch. really. uh America under Obama, who makes Carter look like Genghis Kahn and McGovern look like Paton.

Debbie remember that movie review you did of D Zucker’s American Carol? Remember that airport skit making fun of Rosie o’ Donnel and Christian fundamentalist bombers and the PC of airport security in America, how they joked about a Presbyterian underwear bomber? Zucker predicted it, he predicted an underwear bomber! Thing is he also predicted a suppository bomber, so maybe we’ll get that next!

Larry70 on January 22, 2010 at 3:00 am

    It is the righteous Jews who will save the lives of the Quislings who voted for Obama and voted for Chokeley. When the Jews left Egypt it was only a minority that left – the same is true today. The moral is that the decent people are frequently in the minority. J Street is a disgusting, Soros backed entity.

    Julian on January 22, 2010 at 12:10 pm

Debbie, I am glad you are calling out Beck. This guy is a fraud in the worst way. The guy who was in a gurny and basically sobbed how we needed more government health care 3 years ago. What a coward? When doesn’t he cry?

Personally I see jealousy. I see Beck jealous of Brown. Not that I like all of Brown’s politics, but I see Beck getting pushed aside. Brown is now bigger than Beck overnight. Beck see Brown as having the charisma and looks to lead. Jealousy. Beck feels threatened. Beck now seem somewhat impotent. Someone throw Beck a Viagra.

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CaliforniaScreaming on January 22, 2010 at 3:07 am

Beck’s “dead intern” remarks were totally uncalled-for, but Scott Brown’s tasteless teasing of his daughters, ON NATIONAL TELEVISION, showed-bad judgement.

Miranda Rose Smith on January 22, 2010 at 3:12 am

this is why it is good to have intelligent guests on your show. that way you aren’t under pressure to do the entertaining and have the pressure to open your mouth and say something that will destroy your career. I don’t believe Beck is evil, just no genius when it comes to opinions or guest selections. He is a great performer and knows how to keep talking. That is impressive and I do enjoy his bar room energy, but he needs to think more about his opinions. He doesn’t think all the time and I sincerely think he would be better going with his class clown shtick and not lead any hard core criticism. Obviously the man needs writers. Lucky for him he hasn’t said anything that will end his career. He is trained to know how not to step over the cliff and have a Michael Richards meltdown, but on the other hand one feels like one is stupider for watching him.

I thought the Brown daughter moment was funny, Beck was looking for a story. It could of been talked about without calling it a gaffe.

Noah David Simon on January 22, 2010 at 4:45 am

    Beck’s lack of an education comes out too often on his show. He likes to pose as an intellectual, but all too often gets in over his head.

    Worry01 on January 22, 2010 at 1:49 pm

Rush’s comment was not well phrased, although I do not believe he is anti-Semitic. Without defending Beck, we should remember that electronic media statements are necessarily extemporaneous in a way that print media, although somewhat extemporaneous, are not.

What is revealing is the ADL statement’s use of the words ‘new low’ in describing Rush’s comments. This suggests general and historical dissatisfaction with Rush by an organization that nominally does not take positions on politics, and it is apparent that whoever wrote the statement has general disdain for Rush’s politics, and expressed this disdain in the ADL statement, whether consciously or unconsciously.

Little Al on January 22, 2010 at 6:13 am

I have never wasted my time listening to Beck. Just from his outward appearance I do not like nor trust him. thankfully we have people like Andrew Wilkow, Mike Church, Mark Levin and Rush who have earned trust.
Beck reminds me of a non fag version of Perez Hilton

Martin Fee on January 22, 2010 at 6:55 am

Anyone who speaks or writes for hours every day is bound to go overboard once in a while, and it would behoove all of us to give them a break, especially when 99% of their work is for a “better” America. That means Beck, Limbaugh, Savage, Ingraham, Hannity, Schlussel, et al get a little bit of a pass from time to time.

HOWEVER, it is the O’Reillys we must look out for. Someone above pointed it out. This guy goes out of his way to give socialists a break (Barry and Michelle, namely). To me, giving Obama a break nis 100 times worse than anything the others do.

Yes…it IS relative. Everything is relative in this life.

Bob on January 22, 2010 at 7:08 am

Keith Olbermann has a very very similar view of Brown.

That tells it all!

Bob S. on January 22, 2010 at 9:05 am

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