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1 just had to post this on Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:10 pm


ran across it on reading different things

yes from democratic site

FOX News has always been the propaganda arm of the Republican Party, willing to twist facts and even lie to promote the Republican agenda.

But the election of President Obama in 2008 pushed FOX News into outright hate-mongering and incitement of violence, which is intolerable in a democracy. Here are some examples:

6/30/09 Glenn Beck agreed with guest who urged bin Laden to attack U.S. with nuclear weapons: "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 grassroots, bottom-up pressure, because these politicians prize their office, prize the praise of the media and the Europeans. Only — 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."

7/25/09 Neil Cavuto and guest said health care reform will impose universal euthanasia like "Soylent Green."

7/28/09 Glenn Beck called President Obama a racist: "The President has exposed himself as a guy ... over and over and over again ... who has a deep-seated hatred for white people ... or the white culture... This man is a racist."

8/6/09 Glenn Beck "joked" about giving Speaker Pelosi a glass of wine with poison

my words// true? from these clowns I would say yes,,I guess if one wants to fact/check~ can

2 Re: just had to post this on Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:32 pm


Just HAPPENED to run across it and lordy lordy from a Democrat site ..who would have ever thought.. HAHAHAHAHA

3 Re: just had to post this on Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:40 pm


Ain't that tough:?!!: anything to Differentiate?

4 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 12:49 am


Thats what you call a post like that..poor you

5 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:12 am


oh BooHoo \
should I make a or just

6 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:19 am


I guess that is how your FRIENDS want you to be portrayed...HEHEHE Rolling on the floor...(snicker-snicker)

7 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:50 am


just supporting/my/our president

like we all have difference?

8 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 2:06 am



9 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 2:24 am


cheers I support this president,
dont that piss you off____{ your answer

10 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 3:47 am


DUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH no shit Gyp, well right now you are in for very troubled waters, hope he doesn't sink your happy world and break you in the process. But then again you put him incharge of your life ,your finances and the future of your grandchildren (debt laden) nice job.

11 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 11:48 am


I am not worried, or paranoid SSC the last president almost destroyed the complete system..

12 more glen beck on Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:49 pm



Attack on Obama riles Glenn Beck’s advertisers
Wal-Mart, Clorox, Sprint, UPS and more steer clear of opinionated Fox host
Image: Glenn Beck
Evan Agostini / AP file

With the health care debate raising political temperatures, Gelnn Beck's show had its biggest week ever right before his vacation, averaging 2.4 million viewers each day, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Correcting more of Beck’s Rockefeller hallucinations
Sept. 4: Countdown’s Keith Olbermann points out more lies spread by Glenn Beck. The Fox News host says the Rockefeller Center is covered in Communist symbolism.

NEW YORK - Glenn Beck returns to Fox News Channel on Monday after a vacation with fewer companies willing to advertise on his show than when he left, part of the fallout from calling President Barack Obama a racist.

A total of 33 Fox advertisers, including Wal-Mart Stores Inc., CVS Caremark, Clorox and Sprint, directed that their commercials not air on Beck's show, according to the companies and, a group that promotes political action among blacks and launched a campaign to get advertisers to abandon him. That's more than a dozen more than were identified a week ago.

While it's unclear what effect, if any, this will ultimately have on Fox and Beck, it is already making advertisers skittish about hawking their wares within the most opinionated cable TV shows.

The Clorox Co., a former Beck advertiser, now says that "we do not want to be associated with inflammatory speech used by either liberal or conservative talk show hosts." The maker of bleach and household cleaners said in a statement that it has decided not to advertise on political talk shows.

The shows present a dilemma for advertisers, who usually like a "safe" environment for their messages. The Olbermanns, Hannitys, O'Reillys, Maddows and Becks of the TV world are more likely to say something that will anger a viewer, who might take it out on sponsors.

They also host the most-watched programs on their networks.

"This is a good illustration of that conundrum," said Rich Hallabran, spokesman for UPS Stores, which he said has temporarily halted buying ads on Fox News Channel as a whole.

Beck can bring the eyeballs. With the health care debate raising political temperatures, his show had its biggest week ever right before his vacation, averaging 2.4 million viewers each day, according to Nielsen Media Research.

He was actually on another Fox show July 28 when he referred to Obama as a racist with "a deep-seated hatred for white people." The network immediately distanced itself from Beck's statement, but Beck didn't. He used his radio show the next day to explain why he believed that. He would not comment for this article, spokesman Matthew Hiltzik said. quickly targeted companies whose ads had appeared during Beck's show, telling them what he had said and seeking a commitment to drop him. The goal is to make Beck a liability, said James Rucker, the organization's executive director.

"They have a toxic asset," Rucker said. "They can either clean it up or get rid of it."

It's not immediately clear how many of the companies actually knew they were advertising on Beck's show. Sometimes commercial time is chosen for a specific show, but often it is bought on a rotation basis, meaning the network sprinkles the ads throughout the day on its own schedule. Sometimes ads appear by mistake; Best Buy said it bought commercial time for earlier in the day, and one of its ads unexpectedly appeared in Beck's show.

One company, CVS Caremark, said it advertises on Fox but hadn't said anything about Beck. Now it has told its advertising agency to inform Fox that it wanted no commercials on Beck.

"We support vigorous debate, especially around policy issues that affect millions of Americans, but we expect it to be informed, inclusive and respectful," said spokeswoman Carolyn Castel.

Besides the unpredictability of the opinionated cable hosts, the rapid pace of today's wired world complicates decisions on where to place ads, said Kathleen Dunleavy, a spokeswoman for Sprint. She said she was surprised at how fast the Beck issue spread across social media outlets and how quickly advertiser names were attached to it.

UPS' Hallabran said the decision to pull commercials "should not be interpreted as we are permanently withdrawing our advertising from Fox." He said the company wants to reach viewers with a wide spectrum of opinions.

Except for UPS Stores, there's no evidence that any advertisers who say they don't want to be on Beck's show are leaving Fox. Network spokeswoman Irena Briganti said the companies have simply requested the ads be moved elsewhere and that Fox hasn't lost any revenue.

She wouldn't say whether Fox was benefiting from any anti-anti-Beck backlash, with companies looking to support him. Some Beck supporters have urged fans to express their displeasure at companies for abandoning their man.

Beck supporters have suggested that retaliation might have something to do with's campaign. One of the group's founders, Van Jones, now works in the Obama administration and has been criticized by Beck. But Rucker said Jones has nothing to do with now and didn't even know about the campaign before it started.

Beck's strong ratings — even at 5 p.m. EDT he often outdraws whatever CNN and MSNBC show in prime-time — make it unlikely Beck is going anywhere even as the list of advertisers avoiding him approaches three dozen.

But it could mean advertising time becomes cheaper on his show than such a large audience would normally command. Some of his show's advertisers last week included a male enhancement pill, a law firm looking to sue on behalf of asbestos victims, a company selling medical supplies to diabetics and a water filter company.

Rucker said has contacted about 60 companies regarding Beck, and is heartened by the response.

"It's causing a certain conversation around Beck, which I think is important," he said.

13 Re: just had to post this on Sun Sep 06, 2009 7:24 pm


Kudos to Fox and Beck for exposing and ridding this country of a radical leach.

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