Glenn Beck: The Dick of Disasters

Beck onKatrina victims and 9/11 families:

But the second thought I had when I saw these people and they had to
shut down the Astrodome and lock it down, I thought: I didn’t think I
could hate victims faster than the 9-11 victims.

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More on Katrina victims:

And that’s all we’re hearing about, are the people in New Orleans.
Those are the only ones we’re seeing on television are the scumbags
— and again, it’s not all the people in New Orleans. Most of the people in New Orleans got out!It’s
just a small percentage of those who were left in New Orleans, or who
decided to stay in New Orleans, and they’re getting all the attention.

Or…All the Perspective you need”

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Today on victims of California wildfires:

I think there is a handful of people who hate
America. Unfortunately for them, a
lot of them are losing their homes in a forest fire
today.

Haters of America:

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What a Disgustingtrack recordfrom the Dick of Disasters

12 thoughts on “Glenn Beck: The Dick of Disasters

  1. MapleStreet says:

    I get that the folks in NOLA had a large percentage of poor and black – thereby being natural targets.
    But what did the Malibu Beach folks do that got them in the path of their hate spew??

  2. scout says:

    MapleStreet…Malibu– home to some of Hollywood’s stars and ya know what that means to wingnuts

  3. caliph garrett says:

    Ha ha ha. I guess that also includes the people from Republican-leaning San Diego County who lost their homes, right?
    Dick.

  4. Paul in LA says:

    The Malibu fire was set off by downed power lines. As usual, the fire companies were able to keep it under control.
    The Orange County and San Diego fires — FAR more destructive — holocausts of flame blowing at sixty miles an hour. A quarter of a million people evacuated. NO sign of the “California National Guard.
    And NO ACTION on logging out the tinder dry DEAD pines which ignited this inferno. The bark beetle devastation of Orange and San Diego pine trees has been known to the state and the federal government for five years. Those trees were the bright white torches you can see in the video coverage from the air. They should have been logged out, five years ago, to reduce the fire danger.
    Instead, bridges not repaired and dikes not fixed under Bush (and the fake governor of California, as one of his first acts blocking and delaying the Bay Bridge seismic upgrade), now have a new iteration of the list.
    JOBS, lots of them, could have been given to lots of young men and women to log out those dead trees, those fuses for a disaster.
    When the Northridge quake happened, Schwarztika went on the Tonight Show and joked about how he and his body-builder pals damaged quake victims’ homes in order to drive up the cost of repair.
    He gave a press conference today, ya. He did nothing to save those homes, the natural beauty of California, the critical vegetation to control mudslides (next in the pattern), absolutely stinking nothing.
    Talked about Hydrogen cars and Blackwater, and made himself $121,285,903 in special interest pocket money, mostly from REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS & BUILDERS.
    So when the rest of America is paying for whatever payout the compassionate House of Representatives OKs against a stream of sewage from the Republicans, you have the Rapepublicans to thank, for acting in time to prevent another disaster — that they wouldn’t profit on sorrow some more by acting in time.

  5. Elspeth R says:

    California better watch out…I heard on the news this a.m. that the pResident has promised (get this…you’ll laugh) “Everything they need” to recover. It would be laughable except for the fact New Orleans is STILL waiting on the full ‘everything’ promised and never delivered. I feel for the fire affected folks. The National Guard SHOULD be on it, but the majority of them are in freakin’ Iraq for no good reason.
    So, you think georgius wrecks is intentionally destroying our country so he doesn’t have to pay China back? Demolition by neglect is what they call it in Nola when folks buy a great old building that needs help and then does nothing to it so that it gets too decrepit to spend $ on to fix, so they can go ahead and teardown…(heck, sorry, most of you are familiar w/that…)
    Blessings all,
    Elspeth

  6. BuggyQ says:

    Send good thoughts my brother’s way, folks. He lives in Oceanside. His work shut down yesterday because of the fires, and he’s holed up in his apartment trying to breathe. He has asthma, and I’m really worried about him. In years past, he could stay with friends closer to the beach to get away from smoke, but there *is* nowhere away from the smoke this time. I wish I could convince him to come visit us for a while.

  7. scout says:

    Sending good thoughts your way BuggyQ and to all in SoCal

  8. MapleStreet says:

    Elspeth – My next prediction is that as Schwartenager has supposedly called the National Guard back (from guarding the border) that it will take at least several days to get them back home – valuable time lost as the fires grow.
    Of course, that assumes that he can even get the guard back home as the National Guards and reserves are already stretched so thin.
    (Of course, Ah-nold is heavy republican, so will he say anything?

  9. pansypoo says:

    new orleans had pumps to manage most of their water issues. what does CA do? build more homes on the hills that burn every year. BRILLIANT!
    but i do agree more could be done BEFORE this started. and the national guard in iWaq isn’t looking so good.
    and WHY isn’t that new baby diaper stuff being used?

  10. Elspeth R says:

    BuggyQ, unrestricted airway thoughts and fire-quelching vibes sent. I hope he is alright. My cousin is flying TO San Diego this weekend…supposedly. I hope she decides to change her plans and just visit w/us here in Houston until it’s safe to move on to SD.
    Blessings,
    Elspeth

  11. BuggyQ says:

    Thanks, everybody. Just heard from my brother via my mom. He’s doing okay–he’s sitting tight unless told to evacuate. He figures he’s better off being within a block of a hospital right now if he does have trouble, and he’s probably right. Though I’d feel a lot better if he were within a block of a hospital in, say, Minnesota right now. Still, he’s not in the real line of fire, if you’ll forgive the term. He’s about 15 miles away from the Rancho Santa Fe section. That’s the scary spot–all the news I’m seeing is that the fires there are likely to go all the way to the ocean.
    My nephew’s also in SD, where he’s been reporting for voiceofsandiego.org for the last few years. I guess he went up to get some pics of the Rancho fires overnight. I’m going to have a talk with his mother later today. Life is scary enough without going to look for trouble, yes?
    By the way, if anybody’s interested, KPBS.org has a really good GoogleMap mashup showing fire perimeters, evacuation zones and all sorts of other stuff.

  12. MapleStreet says:

    “KPBS.org has a really good GoogleMap mashup showing fire perimeters, evacuation zones and all sorts of other stuff…”
    Yet another creation of the intellectual elite draining the government funds by airing liberal bias on PBS.
    Sorry, couldn’t resist.

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