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Originally posted by jsobecky
Originally posted by breakingdradles
I hate Glenn Beck and think he is a NWO shill, but is this not an attempt to get him fired because of his stance on subjects, thereby restricting his free speech?
They are pulling their ads because they don't like what he says right?
Are these companies going to potentially lose out on something if people side with him on an issue?
I'd bet that 99 out of 100 shoppers cannot even remember who is boycotting who, and don't change their shopping habits one bit because of the Beck show.
Today it's Beck, tomorrow it will be ______. Who can keep track?
Originally posted by earlywatcher
Originally posted by silent thunder
As for Beck himself, I think the man's a freaking lunatic, although I've seen him make a few good points. "Even a blind pig finds an acorn sometimes," as ole' Hunter Thompson once said. Still, I think the man is literally, clinically unstable.
What is it you object to about Beck? He asks questions, provides information about issues that nobody else discusses. He had some very interesting guests talk about personal experiences with ACORN. He digs up more about obama's appointees than anybody else. What about that is lunatic or clinically unstable?
Do you agree with the campaign to pressure advertisers to stop buying ads on his show? All you have to do is not watch. It's a cable news station, for heaven's sake. Nobody forces you to watch anything on Fox News. When people work that hard to shut up talk, it makes me wonder what they are afraid of. What are YOU afraid of?
Originally posted by enomus
Beck was no way near as critical of Bush as he is of Obama so it's pretty clear he has an agenda. It's a sad state of affairs when we allow partisan hacks to masquerade as journalists and point to ratings to somehow justify their message.