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  1. Jade

    Jade GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Mosque + Cow = Moscow.

    LoL!!

  2. ODon

    ODon said, about 4 years ago

    He prefers a whiteboard, finds it superior.

  3. hlp54

    hlp54 said, about 4 years ago

    Only problem - too many actually believe him. And his “spirit” guide or “god” has told him to sell his overpriced gold. With the “mansion” he lives in how can he claim to be for the average “tea party” people?. And what about free speech - he has told the ones coming not to bring signs. (afraid they would show bigotry or poor spelling ignorance?) THE WORST THE PROCEEDS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE FOR THE TROOPS AFTER EXPENSES. IF HE IS FOR REAL WHY DOESN’T HE PAY THE EXPENSES - HE IS CERTAINLY WEALTHY ENOUGH TO DO SO - AND THE KOCH BROTHERS ARE PAYING FOR THE BUSSES.

  4. SuperGriz

    SuperGriz said, about 4 years ago

    A whiteboard for whitebread.

  5. Jade

    Jade GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Plenty of rich people on both sides claim to speak for the “average American.”

  6. pirate227

    pirate227 said, about 4 years ago

    He’s already admitted that he’s a rodeo clown.

  7. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, about 4 years ago

    Beck has admitted to having mental health issues that required treatment via psychopharmacology – some evidence seems to point to bipolar disorder. After watching the clips in the hilarious montage below, I’m beginning to think paranoid schizophrenia with overtones of megalomania. REALLY needs to up his meds… http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/351602/august-26-2010/glenn-livid

  8. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Beck does use a BLACKboard. Hopefully he’ll leave it at home. I hold nothing against him for REQUIRING mental health treatment through psychopharmacology- it’s just distressing that obviously, nothing has worked for him! (or his fans)

  9. Jade

    Jade GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    “He is still smarter than Biden, even with his problems”

    • … It’s Biden.

  10. myming

    myming GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    better living through pharmacology…

  11. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, about 4 years ago

    some of you uncivil posters really hit below the belt… if one of your leftwing idols was passionate, had problems in their past, recovered and worked and became a “star” on TV….you would not treat them as you treat Mr. Beck.

    He learned the unpleasant truth in recent years that the Liberal education in our country had been deliberately “dumbed down” with revised and omitted history facts….I Admire anyone trying to correct miseducated viewers with the truth….which is all Beck is interested in. As for his faith….usually Beck bashers give a totally FREE PASS to Muslim leaders who claim a “religion of peace” but never denounce the Radical Jihadists who have been on a Global Murder Crusade since 1979.

    hyp-o-crites!

  12. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, about 4 years ago

    Glenn Beck 8/28 rally: It’s a matter of honor Dr. Alveda King – the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., – explains why she’s speaking at the Glenn Beck 8/28 rally in Washington this Saturday.

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    By Alveda King posted August 26, 2010 at 3:30 pm EDT

    New York — In front of the Lincoln Memorial in June, a group of students caught up in a moment of spontaneous patriotism broke into song. But the US Park Police were quick to shush the members of the Young America’s Foundation, saying singing is not allowed at the memorial. The song that was stifled? “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

    So much for freedom of speech.

    At the Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta this July, an official at the memorial to one of the greatest civil rights leaders in the world – my Uncle Martin – removed a bullhorn from the hands of Father Frank Pavone, an internationally recognized leader of the pro-life movement. We were a group more than 100 strong, in Atlanta to declare that abortion is the greatest violation of civil rights in our day. We brought a wreath to lay at Uncle Martin’s grave while we prayed, but due to a King Center official’s barricade at the gravesite, we weren’t allowed. The National Park Service said that would constitute a demonstration.

    So much for freedom of assembly.

    Symbols of liberty Americans are hungry to reclaim the symbols of our liberty, hard won by an unlikely group of outnumbered, outgunned, underfunded patriots determined not to live in servitude to the British Empire. If we want to sing the national anthem at a memorial to the man who led this fledgling nation out of slavery, and made my people free, we should be able to send our voices soaring to the heavens.

    Glenn Beck’s “Rally to Restore Honor” this Saturday will give us that chance, and that’s why I feel it’s important for me to be there.

    Before the words were out of Mr. Beck’s mouth announcing the Aug. 28 rally, The New York Times noted that it would be at the same place and 47 years to the day since my Uncle Martin gave his “I Have a Dream Speech.” When asked why he chose that date in particular, Beck said he had not realized its significance, but in thinking about it, he saw it is an auspicious day to rally for the honor of the American people. He has said, and he’s right, that Martin Luther King didn’t speak only for African-Americans. He spoke for all Americans, and his words still ring true.

    Other groups are planning rallies and demonstrations in Washington that day, and freedom of speech gives them the right to do so – and to criticize me for not jumping on their bandwagon. But Uncle Martin’s legacy is big enough to go around.

    A rally about character, not politics Though critics see it as partisan, Beck’s rally is not a political event, per se. Instead, it is designed to be a refreshing exercise of freedom of speech.

    The rally will be a celebration of who we are as a nation and a chance to stop for a moment, reflect, reorganize, and re-energize. It’s a chance to think about character; both our character as a nation and our character as individuals.

    Delineating ourselves as red state or blue, liberal or conservative, minority or majority, we have not quite reached the day when men and women are “judged not by the color of their skin but on the content of their character.” We are still marching toward that day. As Uncle Martin said, “we cannot turn back.”

    The rally will also give America another chance to honor and thank the men and women in our armed forces for the dangers they face every day in our stead. Unless you have a loved one in Iraq or Afghanistan, it’s too easy to forget that tens of thousands of Americans are far from the comforts of home, are directly in harm’s way, facing an enemy who hates us precisely because we are free. And coming just days before the ninth anniversary of 9/11, the day that roused us from our complacency, we could use another wakeup call, one of our own devising.

    When I join Beck and all gathered at the Lincoln Memorial this weekend, I will talk about my Uncle Martin and the America he envisioned. I will talk about honor and character and sacrifice. I will be joined by those who represent the diversity of the human race.

    —–from page 1 of 2 page article at www.csmonitor.com

  13. ComicsStudies

    ComicsStudies said, about 4 years ago

    Alveda King ISN’T Martin Luther King….no matter how hard she pretends to be. Unfortunately, she has about as much in common with her uncle as I do…

    Regardless of the lack of logic of complaining about the regulations surrounding public parks and monuments (places of extreme sentiment that would be inundated with speeches, demonstrations, and such without proper management)…this woman has little credibility.

    You can’t take too much stock from someone who preaches a pro-choice stance that had not one, but TWO abortions.

    Unfortunately, she’s trying to cash in on her uncle’s legacy. Shame on her….

  14. Jade

    Jade GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Not that I have taken part in any Beck-bashing, but I find it particularly curious that you challenge those who are… while you spout some vicious anti-LGBT rhetoric.

    I would also like to see citations of Muslim religious leaders who, while claiming a “religion of peace” do not denounce the actions of terrorists.

    I’m curious about ComicStudies’ statement:

    King is a pro-life speaker and often speaks on college campuses about abortion issues.[2] After having two abortions herself, Ms. King joined the pro-Life movement, crusading to offer women alternatives to abortion.[3] King is also noted for her opposition to same-sex marriage.[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alveda_King

    So much for that… and now I’ll take even less stock in someone who preaches for civil rights, but believes in denying them to others because of her religion, which, if she is a student of history, will note that it was the same Bible that was used to deny interracial couples the right to marry.

  15. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    The King family have become bigger buck chasers than the Waltons. (No!, not the ones living on the mountain.) Speaking of dishonoring your heritage.

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