7.21.2009

Glenn Beck Meltdown

Heard this on The Ticket. Trust me, it starts a little slow but then Beck works himself up into such a frenzy that he ends up screaming like a girl. It peaks at 3:30 (when it is essentially over.) But it's gold.

46 comments:

Anonymous said...

How to debate a liberal weenie if you must. Classic. Hit them with facts.

Anonymous said...

Alot of passionate truth there!

Anonymous said...

Glenn Beck is a Genius. What a dumb lady.

Anonymous said...

Yep. That's the effect that libs and their twisted logic has on people! Just sayin.

Tom said...

And this guy is actually respected by his audience? Taken seriously by them?
Even though he wasn't dead yet, Walter Cronkite rolled over in his grave after this exchange took place.

Jarhead said...

I don't even know who Glenn Beck is.

Anonymous said...

I am glad Cronkite rolled over in his grave. Now if we can get rid of Hanoi Jane.

Anonymous said...

I think we should de-socialize education. Since it is more important to be alive than be able to read (one might argue it's impossible to read if you are dead or incapacitated). You see, we socialize education. And, for what? Just so that people can learn? That is socialist. Heck, it's downright communist. Since "socialized" health care is for liberal weenies, clearly socialized education is even for more liberal weenies. I wish that the true conservatives like me would set the tone and refuse public education. I certainly didn't benefit at all from 12 years of socialized education. If I could give it all back, I would.

Anonymous said...

Jar, you would like Glenn Beck...seriously, check him out. He's one on Fox that I can actually stomach.

Anonymous said...

I agree with 1:24. Except I want to get rid of the socialized court system. I think a big insurance company should run the Courts and determine what is fair. While we're at it, we should get rid of socialized roads. Every road should be a toll road and run by a company--preferably many companies with not socialized oversight. I like the idea of paying 5 tolls drop my kids off at school. Wait, we can't have socialized schools. We need a corporation to tell us if it is economically feasible to have a school in a particular geographic region. You know, let the market decide if our backwoods Wise County kids have enough economic power to justify a school being built.

Anonymous said...

Two turntables and a micro...(GET OFF MY) PHONE!!!
Ah, classic, he gets the Norm Hitzges Tap-the-brakes Hang-up-on-your-Caller Lifetime Achievement Award


It would make sense that he screams like a girl. Isn't this the guy that cries at the drop of a hat on his TV show?

Triple Fake Little Girl Greggo

Anonymous said...

1:24 - you are an fing idiot. do you realize how many millions of people of went on to have successful lives/careers on this "socialized education" system? "downright communist"? True conservatives...yeah whatever. people like just want to make me want puke - you know what MF? i have received socialized education too. and you know what else? I could buy and sell your ass all the way back to the fing rock you crawled out from under. you might be better off if spent more time in the socialzed education system instead of watching f*cktards like glen fing beck. "set the tone and refuse public education"... that is the dumbest damn thing i have ever read. ugh...

Anonymous said...

This guy is a Douche Bag!! Im not saying Obama's plan is great but i dont think anyone can say that changes dont need to be made to our healthcare system. But that would be too easy because then our great politicians wouldnt make as much money from the lobby groups!

Anonymous said...

He is disgusting.

Anonymous said...

I say we just socialize healthcare for us “Liberal Winnies” and just let the “right” fend for themselves? Beck’s antics do not deserve a response; normal people should not listen to that kind of vile.

Anonymous said...

Can any of the three liberal weenies that blog on here please translate this quote from Uncle Sammy Obammy for me? "We know we spend a huge amount of money that last year of life. More and more people are gonna say, I don't want people poking tubes, and , you know, uh, doing all sorts of stuff. The most important thing we can do on end of life care right now to encourage people to look at hospices as a legitimate option."

Anonymous said...

1:44---Way to go. Your socialized education really taught you how to communicate.

Anonymous said...

Get your Ass hung up on now you Idiot!!!

Anonymous said...

never heard of this beck guy, and don't care

Anonymous said...

does he play a banjo

Anonymous said...

I don't think 1:44 realized that 1:24's comments were dripping with sarcasm. I'm guessing y'all are on the same page.

Anonymous said...

I think all of this debate over socialized this, socialized that is ridiculous anyway. I really do not want my hard earned tax dollars going to pay for health care for citizens or non-citizens anymore than I do education. I just realize that folks such as myself will seek alternative, privitized options for education for my children and health care for my family. I know this will cost more up front, but with the elite education and health care my family receive it will undoubtedly pay big dividends in the future.

My point is the cream will still rise to the top. Those who wish to better themselves will do so; this is still America. Those who wish to subsist on government handouts will continue to perpetuate their low class, languid lifestyle for generations to come.

Anonymous said...

If I don't want gov't heathcare I don't think I should have it jammed down my throat or elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

I'll bet Jarhead would give oral pleasures to Glenn Beck!

Anonymous said...

Amazing this lady was able to generate enough income to gain access to a telephone to contact Glenn Beck.

Oh, and for the socialized education folks, who was the last U.S. president to send his kids to our public education system? Alternatively, who was the last U.S. president to graduate from a public college?

Yeah, I thought so.

Anonymous said...

I cried through the whole movie.

Anonymous said...

Why should people who get up off their asses and get an education and a job, and support themselves and their families, and can afford decent healthcare, why should they be penalized by the porch monkeys who are to damn lazy to work, get an education, take responsiblity for their children, and expect a government handout. People do fall upon hard times, and I'm not talking about them. There is a difference in helping someone out who is trying to help themselves, versus someone expecting the government to just do it for them, because they think they deserve it, or its owed to them. Alot of liberal weenies have trouble destinguishing between the two.

Anonymous said...

Read somewhere recently that over 60% of bankruptcies were because of medical bills and over 60% of those had health insurance.

Anonymous said...

4:30 isn't that sharp. Apparently, his test for whether public education is quality is whether 44 people went and/or sent their kids to public school. Genius!

Anonymous said...

The comment that Presidents don't go to public schools or send their kids to public schools is interesting. If you consider that Presidents, Congress, and the Judiciary could all have private insurance, it's odd that they all choose the socialized medicine plan they set up. So, if Presidents are going to be the ones to determine what is right, that guy commenting is right: socialized medicine is the logical choice. It's hell not thinking things out to their logical conclusion....

Anonymous said...

I would expect this if we ever gave wordbile a microphone and a radio show. Except he talks like a girl the whole time.

Anonymous said...

4:30 - name the last presisent that was worth a f*ck.

Anonymous said...

8:51, That's easy. It was Ronald Reagan.

Anonymous said...

9:29 Yeah whatever - a lot of good Mr. Reagan did. I'm officially bored with your logic on this issue.

Anonymous said...

That's me in disguise.

Double Fake Chaz Bono

Anonymous said...

4:52: 'Porch monkeys' - really? I don't suppose this should surprise when this is how you spell distinguish: destinguish.

The worry over the economy that is expressed by the majority of Americans can only be alleviated when we are able to wrangle in areas of our economy (like health care costs) that are bleeding Americans dry. It is convenient for the opponents of health care reform to try and make this a "welfare" issue when it's anything but. Americans may not like some of the plans being put forth right now (by Congress mind you, not President Obama), but they are working plans. The five committees that are working on it will have to see their individual versions reconciled in the House and then the Senate, and they will almost certainly not resemble much of what is being suggested right now.

Republicans don't want to have a voice in health care reform because that would be seen by their primary-voting base as aiding President Obama and would blemish many of their diminishing members come reelection time. How is this putting your country first? If you don't like the plans being offered, propose one of your own - and not a vague sketch, a REAL plan that can be evaluated by the Congressional Budget Office and the American people.

Anonymous said...

452 what's a porch monkey..?

ken said...

This guy is ridiculous. He's going get what's coming to him alright.

Anonymous said...

11:17 a porch monkey is someone who would rather sit on a porch and let the world pass them by, spongeing off the government and let other people pay their way, when they are perfectly able and capable of working and providing for themselves.

Anonymous said...

Beck comes closes to outing the bad guys on Fox News. The woman wouldn't answer and was a plant for Obamacare! Nothing is free and like Beck was trying to explain to her why people came from all over the world where socialized medicine is provided to get treatment here in the USA! She wasn't going to listen to a thing he had to say so she deserved to be yelled out. Good for Beck!

Anonymous said...

Beck understands when Public health care is an option Obamacare will increase the costs of private health care premiums to make up for lowere reimbursements to health care providers! Instead of the promised $2500 decrease in health care premiums, private insurance will increase by almost $500 a year!

Beck understands health care providers will have to ration care to seniors on Medicare because of the low reimbursement rates and lower reimbursements to hospitals who provide most of senior care.

Obamacare is a disaster. The house bill is a disaster that is being pushed through without debate.

We all need to start screaming at Congress before it is too late. We can't pay for it. We will all be broke and the middle class will disapear. That is Obama's game plan.

Anonymous said...

11:06 The majority of Americans don't want to hear a Republican voice on healthcare reform, how do I know, check the last election results, democratic president and congress. You people wanted change, now you have it, don't blame the republicans for not fixing it. Healthcare costs are way out of hand, so instead of raising taxes on some groups of people so we can have a government subsidized healthcare, why hot lower the price on say a doctor visit and lower the cost of a stay at the hospital. We can't do that though because that would cut into somebody's country club dues or someone couldn't have a second home in the mountains or on the beach. Inflation is the biggest problem we face. Most peoples salaries and wages do not increase at the same rate as the cost of living does. So until we get inflation and peoples wages on the same percentage scale, there will always be these problems. The president and congress want to keep putting band-aids on, instead of stopping the bleeding.

Anonymous said...

Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin

2012

Anonymous said...

To the people who are supporting Obamacare, or whatever you want to call it, need to take a look at what is going on in Mass. with the Romney plan. This program succeeded in lowering the number of uninsured, but of course, the projected costs and enrollment figures were way off. It is looking like an expansive tax increase will be needed to cover the $625 Million dollar shortfall. This is on top of the 3year, 1.5 billion funding commitment Mass is seeking from the federal government for short a term funding gap, so we are already paying for socialized healthcare, but just for the good folks of Mass.

Not only has this plan not succeeded in lowering health care costs as it was sold to the voters of Mass., health care cost are skyrocketing, and the influx of newly insured folks has led to overcrowded doctors offices and hospital waiting rooms. Sounds like a great plan to me!

The Devil

Anonymous said...

Fact - The USA is the only advanced industrialized country in the world that does not provide universal health care. Why are we so far behind the rest of the world? Is it because we're a Christian nation? Do we alone believe we're all on our own? We should just let the sick and infirm pay up or die.

It just doesn't sound right to me.

Anonymous said...

Beck is trying to oust Limbaugh as the leader of the Republican party. He acts like a Republican leader just like Limbaugh does. Both have the same calm, sane and articulate language like all Republicans. Micheal Steele will have to decide which one will be his boss. Steele might have to consult Palin to double check his views. Steele can ask Bush to check with Rove and see what way to go. Bush will check with Hughs to see if he needs to lean toward one or the other before checking with Rove. Rove will tell Bush what to think and say regardless just like always.