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Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Glenn Beck Shows His Christian Family Values

Posted by Frankie at 5/09/2006 10:54:00 PM

"Christian" and b-list radio host Gless Beck showed his Republican family values on his new show on CNN Headline news on Monday. Here is the video:

From Crooks & Liars:

Hill: That's right...

Beck: We're newbies

Hill: It's a big night all around...

Beck: You are looking hot in leather..

Hill: Well thank you Beck, I'll be on your show every night just for that.

Beck: Oh yea, I'm wearing leather pants right now.

Hill, (garbled) Oh, that's...

Beck, Oh, no! I'm not wearing pants.

Hill: That's definitely' more information than I needed...

It gets worse after that. Hang in there Erica.

Maybe Beck, a "Mormon" was trying to attract a second wife in that sexy Republican way...

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Oh come on, just a bad joke from a guy who once had a background in silly morning radio shows. I think Beck's performance was over-the-top Monday, but he's still finding his sea-legs so to speak in a new medium. If you want to pounce all over the man for little screw ups like this you'll find plenty. But in the end such criticisms are not substantive.
Posted by Blogger Nate Dredge on 12:38 AM  
A married man telling another woman is "hot" because of her leather jacket, and he is wearing leather pants... or "NO" pants? That is a "little scew up"?? Nice "Christian" value you have there Nate...
Posted by Blogger Frankie on 11:10 AM  
It just seems to me that people who can forgive Bill Clinton or Jesse Jackson (as I have myself)for some of their sexaul anticts, could forgive a joke in ill-tast by Glenn Beck. I'm not defending what the man did, I'm just saying I don't believe it to be representative of the some total of Mr. Beck as a person. Human beings inevetably disapoint. Why return a cheap shot with a cheap shot?
Posted by Blogger Nate Dredge on 12:32 PM  
cheap shot, yeah maybe, but I do not claim to have all of these high moral standards as Beck now claims. I don't claim to be "born again" or follow the Mormon faith in which his show daily violates.

This guy would never even ask forgiveness, because in his mind, he has never done anything wrong. Saying he could kill Micheal Moore and look at his cross on his neck and still do it, thats no feaking "joke" man, thats sick.
Posted by Blogger Frankie on 12:45 PM  
I think that because both Beck and Moore each attempt to be commentators & comedians they run into a lot of problems in being understood, especially as each is prone to hyperbole. Both are religous people to my understanding, though Moore's emphasis seems to be more on social prograss, while Beck's is directed toward personal progress (a quest he could be said to have fallen short in Monday night). Though to read Becks book or to hear him speak about his past you'll find him to be a person who has made much progress in his life, and recognizes his faults. I've long though Beck to be less self-rightous then say Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh.
Posted by Blogger Nate Dredge on 7:02 PM  



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