Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Beck-ola Edition

Good Monday morning, everyone!

In dishonour of The New Messiah Beck, let’s open up some big drums of Freeper drool and see how he’s doing on that bastion of People Who Want Their Country Back (patent applied for) on the eve of his self-styled religious pilgrimage.

Of course, one could only hope that Godis listening, and a miracle *does* occur – and
every white person there – turns black.

First up –The Bloom is off the Beck for Red State Trike Force!‏

I am Done With Glenn Beck! He is now boring, idiotic, and not conservative.

redstate.com ^

Posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:52:45 AM bybig black dog

When Glenn Beck came to Fox News his show was brilliant and a can’t
miss program that was interesting, creative, and a real threat to Obama
and the Liberals. During the past year and half is show has steadily
declined since it began and has now become completely unwatchable. For
his first 6 months I never missed a episode and now I could care less
about Beck.

Well, obviously, his appeal is becoming more selective.

There are many reasons I lost interest in Beck and no longer
watch and listen to him.

Glenn Beck is not a conservative and
both his TV show and radio show have become annoying. Beck has devolved
into nothing more than a fickle Paultard that is both condesending and
patronizing. Glenn Beck is not a conservative and not really for the
advancement of conservatism. Beck has bought into the Ron Paul agenda
hook line and sinker. My take is that Beck has run out of stuff to stay
and is now boring and idiotic. He is not advancing the Conservative
agenda

He can’t even decide whether to capitalize the word “conservative”.

and is pretty much promoting the Paultard agenda that seeks to
undermine real a real conservative agenda. Plus his annoying theme song
on the radio is awful
and really annoying just like Beck.

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Glenn
Beck is a huckster and with nothing of value to say that has not already
been said by smarter people that are not fickle Paultards. Beck puts
out a crappy book every few months and has his one man shows and comedy
tour and even goes on tour with Ted Baxter, himself O’Reilly.

And you’re just now noticing all of this?

Glenn Beck
has lost and I contend does not really believe in anything. His CPAC
routine was terrible and it may have been the point where I began to see
him for what he is and stated liking him less.

The Ron Paul/
Judge Napolitano brand of libertarianism is not conservative and in fact
undermines Conservatives. Ron Paul at the 2008 Republican Debate seemed
like a darn infiltrator and Beck now seems like a darn fool and a
boring one at that. Libertarians are under-miners and not on the side
conservatives. Beck is a flake that is for sure and both he and his
shows are tiresome. Glenn Beck seems to lack the bite and credibility he
once had. The Friday show is a complete waste . I am tired of history
lessons from a guy that did not even go to college and uses a chalkboard
in 2010. The act is idiotic, boring,and repetitive. I think we can
safely say Glenn Beck is no Rush Limbaugh, he is not even Sean Hannity.

1
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:52:45 AM
bybig black dog

Not even Sean Hannity?

Is that what they call “Damning with faint praise”?

blockquote>

To: big black dog

I’m poppin popcorn. The responses should be good.

2
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:54:44 AM
byKing_Corey
(www.kingcorey.com)

Pass the butter.

blockquote>

To: big black dog

I have a five minute car commute every morning now (I used to
walk to work). It is the first time I’ve listened to Beck since I
discovered some of his Youtube videos which I thought were great.

On the radio he seems to mostly just fill time. Maybe my exposure to the “gems” on youtube caused me to expect more.

I listened for a week or two but now I just listen to a song or two on my way to work.

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posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:55:17 AM
byRobRoy
(The US Today: Revelation 18:4)

Die Fahne hoch! Die Reihen fest geschlossen!

To: big black dog

I like Beck, but his show on the radio has gotten awful.The religious nonsense is utterly misplaced for political radio.


Ban_him

He should stick with focusing on the admn and hard news stories, not the stuff as of late.

5
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:55:46 AM
byGlockThe Vote

,

To: big black dog

What are you, 10? This reads like it was written by a ignorant, angry child.

7
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:56:15 AM
byKimberly GG
(“Path to Citizenship” Amnesty candidates will NOT get my vote! DeMint, 2012)

You big poopy head!

To: big black dog

Beck is a little too apocalyptic for my tastes … and he
steadfastly refuses to acknowledge any reason for optimism. He’s also
more activist than radio/tv host at this point — so spends a lot of time
promoting his activism (and working people into a frenzy so they’ll
participate).

SnakeDoc

9
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:56:44 AM
bySnakeDoctor
(“Shut it down” … 00:00:03 … 00:00:02 … 00:00:01 … 00:00:00.)

Ya know – when you can’t even fool people who wantto be fooled…

To: GlockThe Vote

>>The religious nonsense is utterly misplaced for political radio.<<

The one thing that has made me nervous about him since day one is that he is Mormon.

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posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 10:57:48 AM
byRobRoy
(The US Today: Revelation 18:4)

GlenBeckAlone

To: big black dog
Beck has bought into the Ron Paul agenda hook line and

If
only you were right!!! You have been listening to a different Glenn
Beck. The one I listened to this morning was jinoistic on the Mosque
issue. He despises Ron Paul and it shows.

Like I always say – once you start drawing lines in the sand, it’s hard to stop. Eventually it’s just you.

Glenn Beck is out for Glenn
Beck. Period.

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posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 11:20:08 AM
byCaptain Kirk

Yathink???

More bountiful Beck bullshit bombs after the bouncy break.


p>While we’re dwelling on all things Beck, could it get any more fun than –Beck versus loofah-boy‏!!

Glenn Beck Explains Why He Doesn’t Focus on Culture War Issues

Fox News ^

| 8/1/2010
| O’Reilly Factor

Posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 12:55:44 PM byOl’ Sparky

O’REILLY: Why don’t you do the culture warrior stuff?

BECK: Because honestly, right now, I mean, the one part of
culture that I am doing a lot of is faith. But general faith. We have
got to get back to our churches, our synagogues, our mosques, whatever
it is, as long as it’s not telling to you blow things up. Get back to
God and get back to the Founding Fathers.

O’REILLY:. But let’s take the gay marriage deal. You know, big ruling in California. You really didn’t cover that much, right?

O’REILLY: Why?

BECK: Because honestly, I think we have bigger fish to fry.
You can argue about abortion or gay marriage or whatever else you want.

O’REILLY: Yes.

BECK: The country is burning down.

O’REILLY: Isn’t that one of the reasons, because we’re getting
away from the traditional way we used to live into this progressive…

BECK: Instead of arguing about these divisive things, let’s get back into our churches and our synagogues and…

O’REILLY: Yes. I have to correct you. You are ignoring the profound change in the American family.

BECK: No, I’m not.

O’REILLY: But you’re not covering it.

BECK: Because I think that the thing that needs to be covered —
Bill, I believe in a symphony. If we’re all playing clarinets, we ain’t
going to get very far. A symphony needs to sound. I’m covering what I
cover. You cover what you cover. Both of us are saying the same thing.
Watch the culture.

O’REILLY: Do you believe — do you believe that gay marriage is a threat to the country in any way?

BECK: A threat to the country?

O’REILLY: Yes. Is it going to harm?

BECK: No. Are the gay — will the gays come and get us?


Mehlman

“You? No.”

*****************************************************

Beck figuratively blind if he doesn’t understand how the homosexual
agenda is being used to erode freedom in this nation and what a danger
rulings like the one Vaughn Walker just made to our democratic form of
government.

1
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 12:55:50 PM
byOl’ Sparky

So somehow gay people are now a threat to Democracy? He must have found out about the proposed “Straight People Disenfranchisement Act of 2010”.

To: Ol’ Sparky

Glenn Beck’s contradictory behavior is logically inexplicable. I suspect that he is either being bribed or being blackmailed.

3
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 12:58:30 PM
byiowamark

blockquote>div class=”a2″>To: Ol’ Sparky

Beck lost creds with me over the birther issue.

Speak the truth to power is something he doesn’t do.

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posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:03:18 PM
bystockpirate
(“…When the government fears the people you have liberty.” Thomas Jefferson)

.

To: iowamark

I saw that segment with Beck and was a little confused.

I was surprised to hear Beck put mosques right up there with churches and synagogues. I didn’t expect that of him.

IIRC, he pretty much said he didn’t have any issues with homosexuality. It seemed like politically correct speak took over.

11
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:06:07 PM
byJudyinCanada

.

To: Ol’ Sparky

I’m done with Glenn. Like every other media conservative, he is
afraid of the gays. Why? Because he likes his job and the money he
makes.

If you doubt it, consider what the homosexuals in the media did to Dr. Laura. They ruined her.

16
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:11:22 PM
byAntoninus
(It’s a degenerate society where dogs have more legal rights than unborn babies.)

I thought you guys were saying that it was the uppity Negroes? Make up your minds, wouldja?

To: Ol’ Sparky

In my experience, you can tell a lot about what someone goes out of his way NOT to talk about.

I don’t mean that in some suggestive “He’s secretly gay!” way. It’s
just interesting what apparently obvious subjects for some people don’t
get discussed.

17
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:12:47 PM
byDarkwolf377
(“Fanaticism is described as redoubling your effort when you have forgotten your aim.”-G. Santayana)

So – you’re not saying that the Beckster’s “secretly gay”, but that it sure is funny that he doesn’t discuss it.

Right.

To: iowamark
Glenn Beck’s contradictory behavior is logically inexplicable. I suspect that he is either being bribed or being blackmailed.

Both, actually. He knows that if he wants to keep his advertisers, he’s got to be perceived as at least gay-neutral.

But I don’t discount blackmail either. Blackmail is another weapon
commonly used by the homosexual activists and who knows what kinds of
skeletons Glenn has in his closet.

20
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:13:50 PM
byAntoninus
(It’s a degenerate society where dogs have more legal rights than unborn babies.)

Fortunately, he’s not secretly gay.

To: misterrob

But he homosexual lobby has been hijacked by the Marxists
early on…to destroy the family unit…as feminism has also been
hijacked. The lawyers ruined the contract of marriage and have been
making it meaningless, since the Marxists have been taking control of
all our institutions. This is THE major part of the Culture War.

The homosexual lobby is also used to destroy and marginalize
Christianity…Christianity is by far the most prominent ideology that
made this country so successful. We need the Christian paradigm…no
other (atheist, muslim, confusionism, buddhism…NOTHING will be as
good a fit as Christianity which was aligned to Natural Law Theory by
St. Thomas Aquinas).

It is how the Marxist’s use social Darwinism to destroy religion. You
can’t have Darwin taught as fact to school children and expect them to
“think” in the Christian paradigm…neither will you be able to raise
children to respect Christianity if they are constantly told they are
hateful and bigots which will happen with homosexual marriage with the
force of law.

If you force the laws to make people “accept” and “approve” of
homosexual unions,

You forgot to put quotation marks around “unions”.

you will be raising children in a paradigm where they
will not be able to be Christians or religious people, unless it is a
pseudo-state religion that allows all sorts of behaviors.

The idea that you can have a society with no sexual morality (which
you have with homosexual behavior), you will get Weimar Republic at
best.
…or late Pagan Rome at the worst.

27
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:22:32 PM
bysavagesusie

Yeah, right.

The Nazis convicted nearly 50,000 gay and lesbians as criminals.
Approximately 15,000 were sent to concentration camps. Few survived.
On Tuesday, Berlin’s mayor Klaus Wowereit inaugurated a memorial to
these victims, whose stories were seldom told.

“This memorial is important from two points of view — to commemorate
the victims, but also to make clear that even today, after we have
achieved so much in terms of equal treatment, discrimination still
exists daily,” Wowereit said.

The pink triangle which symbolizes pride today, was used by the Nazis to
identify homosexuals. A pink triangle patch was placed on their
uniform. Homosexuals were considered the worst form of humanity by the
Nazis and were treated that way.

To: Darkwolf377
In my experience, you can tell a lot about what someone goes out of his way NOT to talk about.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Yes! It’s about character! What they do NOT talk about says a lot about
character, specifically : Obama’s eligibility and homosexuality.

The people who defend what is right early in the fight will be the
people we can depend upon to defend the Constitution and freedom when
the fascist thugs march in the streets and the gas ovens spew smoke over
the concentration camps.

That Beck, Rush, Ingram, Levine,
Hannity, and the other yappers have ignored Obama’s eligibility ( and
for the most part homosexual issues) says a great deal about
**character**!

If tyranny comes to the U.S., Beck, Rush, Ingram,
Levine, Coulter, Hannity, Malkin and the rest will sell their talents to
the fascist propaganda machine a spit shine the jack boot crushing our
necks.

35
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:29:37 PM
bywintertime
(Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid.)

Quit beating around the bush and tell us how youreally feel.

To: Ol’ Sparky

beck apparently dose not pee in the wind. i saw it,

You saw him not pee in the wind?

he was

admirable and gracious to fault.

fags and reprobates run things for a time now; if eue(sic) disagree then eue(sic) are a racist homophobic xenophobe…

Irony alert!

he is in a chit storm from their general direction regardless of any
culture or morality. one verbal misfire and he knows it is over for him.

We’re all one oral misfire away from teh gay.

there is no longer a god

BanHim3

, just the pigs and panthers who are free to
kill him with impunity and applause. and a nation of retards waiting for
the next wagon to hop on.

we are so screwed.

so it goes.

42
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 1:33:44 PM
bymmercier
(cumbersome)

div class=”a2″>To: Antoninus

“..knows what kinds of skeletons Glenn has in his closet.”

Good Lord, there is precious little he hasn’t stated about his past.
It seems that unless you agree 100% with someone here, you are a pariah.
I see that after only a few weeks on here. Can’t folks have opinions
that differ?

69
posted onFriday, August 13, 2010 2:23:22 PM
bychooseascreennamepat
(Reid: Why , oh why, are they picking on me?)

NO

p>Well, time for one more – how about :Long, hot succumber.‏

The GOP’s Long, Hot, Racist Summer (I hope they keep this up)

The Daily Beast ^

| August 23, 2010
| Kirsten Powers

Posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:23:05 AM byHojczyk

First came a harsh new immigration law and calls of white racism;
then we turned up the heat with an “n-word” flap and the ground zero
mosque hysteria. Kirsten Powers on a season of grievance jihads.

Welcome to the summer of hate.

These
dog days have brought a veritable festival of racial demagoguery, from a
phony “New Black Panther” controversy to Arizona’s draconian
illegal-immigrant crackdown to the most recent “ground zero mosque”
hysteria.

Leave it to GOP darling Sarah Palin to turn up the heat with a bizarre defense of the hateful Dr. Laura’s “n-word” rant.

1
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:23:06 AM
byHojczyk

.

To: mrsmel

Megyn Kelly needs to have Kirsten back on for another spanking.

5
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:27:22 AM
byxsmommy

FreudOnVacation

To: popdonnelly

That’s all they’ve got. And “intolerant”.

7
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:28:23 AM
byilovesarah2012

Followed immediately by:

To: sauropod

Kirsten Powers is married to an Egyptian doctor. I don’t know if
he’s Muslim or Christian, but i think that fact is relevant to this
debate and she doesn’t reveal that anywhere in her discussion.

18
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:37:13 AM
byxsmommy

That’ll teach her to callme a racist!

To: xsmommy

I did not know that.

I did know that Norquisling’s wife is Muslim. And that fact probably influences where he comes down on the issue.

Sad.

22
posted onMonday, August 23, 2010 8:40:19 AM
bysauropod
(The truth shall make you free but first it will make you miserable.)

Actually, you passed “sad” some time back and are now all the way around to “pathetic”.

OK – I lied. One more (and The Quietest Thread Of The Week) –They DROPPED ANN???‏

That’s Show Biz

The Washington Times ^

| Aug. 19, 2010
| Jennifer Harper

Posted onThursday, August 19, 2010 9:51:49 AM bylakeprincess

Yes, the contentious, national discourse on race and religion
continues. But the contentious national discourse on gay conservatism is
also under way with a flourish, and much political theater. World Net
Daily has dropped conservative icon Ann Coulter from their speaker’s
lineup for the “Taking America Back” conference in Miami next month.

1
posted onThursday, August 19, 2010 9:51:51 AM
bylakeprincess

Oh no you didnt

To: lakeprincess
“…”They hired me to give a speech, so I’m giving a speech. I do it all the time,” she says…”

So it is just business is it? Ann was once attacked by pie-throwers and
now she is endorsing by her appearance a movement that threw pies at
Anita Bryant and regularly operates on that level of debate.

Maybe Ann will speak to NAMBLA next. If the pedophiles pay her…what is the problem?

3
posted onThursday, August 19, 2010 10:04:16 AM
byMonterrosa-24
(…even more American than a French bikini and a Russian AK-47.)

div class=”a2″>To: lakeprincess

Does anyone pay attention to WND anymore? They’re so …1999.

4
posted onThursday, August 19, 2010 10:11:12 AM
bytgusa
(Investment plan: blued steel, brass, lead, copper)

And Free Republic is so…2008.

That was it, by the way. A grand total of four posts – including the initial one.

It’s like they have no kind words for their ex-princess. Touching.

Let’s get out of here, guys – I see something spidery in a little black dress hiding in the corner. Elspeth, turn on the bleach sprays please. Can’t be too careful.

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5 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Beck-ola Edition

  1. Pope Impious XXIII says:

    Huh.. Funny how the Freepers don’t seem to have any trouble with the word “retards” when they are the ones using it.
    I’m reminded of the way Chris Rock can get away with using “ni**er” and Dr. Laura can’t. You’re only allowed to make fun of your own group, and the Freepers are…

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  2. MapleStreet says:

    and what did Beck do that put him on the outs with the Freepers?

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  3. Tommy T says:

    What did he do?
    He supports the Mittster.
    Remember the 2008 Freeper чистка?
    No holy diaper-wearing candidates for the Masters of GOP purity.
    Tommy

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  4. MapleStreet says:

    Ah. That makes some sense. But Palin is pretty fringe religious too. Albeit not LDS.

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  5. Kibitzer 2006 says:

    To MapleStreet:

    and what did Beck do that put him on the outs with the Freepers?

    Uhmm… Maybe

    BECK: […] We have got to get back to our churches, our synagogues, ourmosques[…]

    I’m betting that equating synagogues, or worse yet, mosques with churches didn’t go over so well :).

    Ah. That makes some sense. But Palin is pretty fringe religious too. Albeit not LDS.

    Yes, but the Freepi are pretty fringe as well. Palin simply happens to be on the same fringe.
    –Kibitzer

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