The Black Gestapo

Fantasies like this rake in so much cash for Beck it's ridiculous.

This movie poster sums up everything you’ll hear on an episode of Glenn Beck, and surely what he would like you to envision. The more you fear it, the more money he can make off your ignorance.

To make any sense of Beck’s ramblings, you’d have to see Obama as the guy front and center of this image. The guy comes complete with 70s stache, the phalic pistol, and his “reparations whip.” Over his shoulder is Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity’s vision of Michelle Obama, and on his other side is the nubile blonde white bimbo he’s taken away from us.

Now, the cream on the cake must be the two Black Panther brothers framing the first family, the very same brothers out of the fake “Black Panthers in Philadelphia” story.

And what’s that it the background? Black militants gunning down the innocent white republicans sent to internment camps!

All of this takes place of course in front of a black-socialist-labor-commie-power fist!

Glenn Beck just creamed his pants! New G4 jet on it’s way!


To paraphrase James O’Keefe… James O’Keefe is corrupt and needs to be investigated.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Glenn Beck, beyond ridiculous.

I could give a flying crap about the political process.

“I could give a flying crap about the political process. We’re an entertainment company.”
– Glenn Beck

The Real Voter Fraud

November 14, 2009

The G.O.P. has had its panties in a bunch for so long now because A.C.O.R.N. had someone turn in a voter registration application with the name Mickey Mouse. I wonder how much of a stink Fox News will raise over real voter fraud?

Interesting that the G.O.P. of Pennsylvania are really the ones ripping off the taxpayers. Not really interesting. More typical, really. G.O.P. voter fraud is rampant across the country.

The Times Leader reports.

State Rep. John M. Perzel, R-Philadelphia

State Rep. John M. Perzel, R-Philadelphia

A former House speaker, an ex-lawmaker and eight aides Thursday became the latest — and the first Republicans — to be charged in a three-year-old investigation into the diversion of public resources and employees to legislative campaigns.

Attorney General Tom Corbett said that individuals within the House GOP caucus spent millions of taxpayer dollars on computer technology to gain an upper hand in campaigns, and that investigators can prove that some high-ranking officials and their employees tried to cover up their part.

The charges of theft, conspiracy, conflict of interest and obstruction of justice, and an accompanying 188-page grand jury report, were released Thursday, and the defendants were scheduled to turn themselves in today at a Dauphin County district judge’s office.

By the way, PA’s Attorney General Tom Corbett is a Republican.