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Knowing who Glenn Beck is, and the type of discourse he engages in, it would be the height of foolishness to expect a reasoned discussion of U.S. history within the pages of Arguing with Idiots. But this is getting absurd.
In his chapter titled, "U.S. Presidents: A Steady Progression of Progressives," Beck treats us to his list of the "Top Ten Bastards of All Time." The occupants of that list, in ascending order, are Pol Pot, Robert Mugabe, Teddy Roosevelt, Bernie Madoff, Adolf Hitler, Keith Olbermann, Pontius Pilate, FDR, Tiger Woods, and Woodrow Wilson. That's right, in Beck's book, mass slaughter of millions of innocents makes you a less reprehensible person than the presidents who won both World Wars for the United States.
Originally posted by kinda kurious
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The article in question explains it and it still doesn't make any sense. And I am not about to waste any time or brain cells reading becks dribble.
Originally posted by grover
reply to post by Wimbly
The article is coherent...beck is not.
Originally posted by Remixtup
reply to post by grover
I dont agree with him....shut him down.....sue fox news....seems you are becoming what you fight....
glenn beck whom I would argue has grounds for suing faux news for allowing an obviously mentally challenged person on the air for the amusement of others.
Originally posted by justinsweatt
Now, if he would like to criticize Wilson for the path to the UN, the Federal Reserve, and basically leading us down the road to WWII that would be fine with me.