|kamlem - 2016-03-26 |
"The 5,000 Year Leap is frequently cited by right-leaning political commentator Glenn Beck as being the most influential in the development of Beck's political views. Beck wrote a foreword for the 2009 edition of Skousen's book, which became No. 1 bestseller on the Amazon.com website."
|Meerkat - 2016-03-26 |
Science had nothing to do with it.
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2016-03-26 |
A stupid, crazy man with stupid, crazy ideas for an increasingly stupid, crazy nation.
|Tough American Bouncer - 2016-03-26 |
I don't know if that was evil or just stupid, but it hurt my brain.
He definitely has a Cluster B personality disorder. In severe cases, their career choices are usually limited to cult leader, serial killer, media personality, or politician. He chose the least harmful option.
I agree, I'm glad he went with cult leader.
|Old_Zircon - 2016-03-26 |
Is it just me or does Glenn Beck's voice sounds a lot like Microsoft Sam these days?
|Gmork - 2016-03-26 |
Oh boy, he never fails to flabbergast.
|memedumpster - 2016-03-26 |
Pure weaponized stupid.
|Monkey Napoleon - 2016-03-26 |
A religious apologetic who chooses not to differentiate between causation and correlation!? What a nut.
This is christian thought in microcosm: It all becomes exactly this stupid the moment someone picks any kind of truth out of it.
|ashtar. - 2016-03-26 |
Yeah, we sure did a bang up job of saving all those Jews in Europe. Depending on the country, it was up to 90% of the Jewish population killed, and the 10% was *not* mostly due to American intervention. I mean, yay America, but if we'd actually opened our doors to Jewish refugees when the killing was starting we might have at least a little more moral high ground.
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