Daily Archives: July 7, 2009

Glenn Beck and Crazy Beardface, WTF?

I tried to think of a catchy little title for today’s blog, but I couldn’t. I watched a segment of an interview on Glenn Beck’s show in which his guest, CIA expert Michael Sheuer, suggests it would be a good thing if Osama bin Laden pulled off a major terrorist strike on United States soil. All I could think of was, “What the f—?”

Scheuer: The only chance we have as a country right now is for Osama bin Laden to deploy and detonate a major weapon in the United States. Because it’s going to take a grass-roots, bottom-up pressure. Because these politicians prize their office, prize the praise of the media and the Europeans. It’s an absurd situation again. Only Osama can execute an attack which will force Americans to demand that their government protect them effectively, consistently, and with as much violence as necessary.

Beck: Which is why, I was thinking this weekend, if I were him, that would be the last thing I would do right now

Glenn Beck has a right to be a total dumbass, but seriously, how can this guy have any followers?  How can anyone defend this?  He thinks it would be good for us all if a city was destroyed.  Which one? I wonder.  Which US city would Glenn Beck like to be destroyed?  Probably one like Boston or Portland, Oregon.  One with a bunch of pinko commies.

This guy claims to be a patriot?  People were up in arms when Rush Limbaugh declared he wanted President Obama to fail.  People were shocked that he would put political gamesmanship over the good of the country.  Now Glenn Beck wants thousands of Americans dead so he can say, “Told you so” to Obama supporters.  What a wonderful sentiment so close to Independence Day.

Enough is enough.  Glenn Beck is bad for this country.  I’m not just saying so because I disagree with his politics.  When a man goes on the air and suggests that the best way to protect America is for thousands of Americans to die, he needs to go away.

This is a link to find where Glenn Beck is on the radio.

This is a link to find out radio station addresses.

This is my suggestion:

  1. Find out where Glenn Beck is on the radio near you.
  2. Look up the addresses of those radio stations.
  3. Write a letter to that station asking to remove Beck from the airwaves before he spreads more of his treasonous venom.
  4. If you want to do more, listen to his program for a little while, write down the names of the companies that are advertising on his show – especially if there are local companies.
  5. Write letters to those companies advertising on his show that you will not patronize their store as long as they advertise with this terrorist sympathizer.

Your letter can look something like this:

Dear Radio Station,

I would like to express my concern with your choice of programming.  During a recent interview on Glenn Beck’s television show on Fox News, he expressed his desire for a terrorist attack on the United States.  I am a patriotic American, and am outraged by Beck’s treasonous  and dangerous opinions.  While I support the first amendment and support Glenn Beck’s right to have his anti-American opinions, I would prefer to not hear them on my radio.

Please reconsider the programmming during this time slot.  I will avoid listening to your radio station as much as possible as long as his program is on your airwaves, with one exception.  Today I listened to Beck’s show long enough to record the companies that advertise during his show.  I will be sending a letter similar to this one to all of those advertisers.  I am also going to encourage as many of my friends and family and like-minded patriots to do the same.


America-loving Fat Pastor


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Emptying the closet

Have you ever looked in your closet full of clothes and thought, “I have nothing to wear.”  I have, and its not because of some kind of vain inability to make a decision.  Its because recently, while I look at a closet full of shirts, I realize that the vast majority of them will be too small on me.  Every day, I find a shirt I like, put it on, and then feel like Chris Farley.  And don’t even get me started on the joy of trying to put on pants that reach around my waist.

The other day, I decided to clean out my closet.  I filled up four garbage bags of clothes.  About two of them were full of strangle-collar shirts.  If you need some size 17 1/2, 34-35 shirts, you should go to Goodwill in Bloomington, because they’re going to have a lot of them on their racks pretty soon.

It provided good motivation for my workout today:

Weigh-in: 312
Treadmill: 1 mile (.5 walking, .5 jogging)
Bench: 135 10×3, plus a max of 225
Incline situps: 50 (1 set of 30, 1 set of 20)
Other: curls, triceps, back

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