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9/11 Debunking for Dummies
Thursday Beck was BRAGGING his sole purpose is to get listeners to listen to the commercials on the radio station. He clearly stated that was his whole purpose. Therefore admitting that he has no moral or ethical "compass" or anchor. He is just a PROSTITUTE, and he stated so.
Glen Beck is giant asshole. I've been praying daily that he gets hit by a bus or falls into a manhole. I'm am confident that my prayers will be answered in due time.There are many followers of Beck, at my amazement. Try tickerforum.org (a stock chat board). Those guys there are smart about trading the market, but sure dumb as hell about everything else. They idolize Beck and also believe that 9-11 was NOT an inside job. The muslims did it with boxcutters. Ya know...the ones that live in caves and wipe their asses with grass. Thems the ones alright.And one more time for Beck...Fuch you Beck you corporate dick sucking ball-less piece of shit.
don't even talk about the vile pile of human garbage is the best way to deal with prostitutes (no offense to sex workers) like this asshole is.what I recommend is to send e-mails to Faux Noize and tell them that you will boycott ALL ADVERTISERS if you're not already boycotting them as it is.I make it a point to completely avoid buying shit from right wing asshole companies, and it doesn't take much to do the research. In Faux Noize case, you can easily find out who advertises with their putrid scummy channel and then make a list and not buy that shit. Call each company and tell them on their toll free number that your reason for not buying their shit is that they advertise their garbage on Faux Noize and they're a propaganda channel for right wing piles of war mongering filth.that's how you deal with Glen Beck, you cut his financial aid to his network off.
Asshole shill traitor of the week, Glenn Beck, recommends his favorite training video for those wishing to mimic his techniques.--It would be easy to mimic Beck. All you'd have to do is to bend over, grab your ankles and stick your head up your ass and tell people this is what Rodeo Clowns do for a laugh.As for starving FUX of funds, forget it. It's backed by Zionist billionaire Murdoch who would have no problem spending a vast amount of his wealth to support that propaganda outlet.But it's still a nice thought.
Did you see this?Report: Health Insurers Hold Billions in Tobacco StocksA new report in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals US, Canadian and British health and life insurance firms hold at least $4.4 billion of investments in companies whose subsidiaries manufacture cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco and related products.We speak with the co-author of the report, Dr. Wesley Boyd. JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, as we continue our discussion about healthcare, we turn now to a new report in the New England Journal of Medicine that reveals that US, Canadian and British health and life insurance firms hold at least $4.4 billion of investments in companies whose subsidiaries manufacture cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco and related products.The New Jersey-based Prudential Financial, for example, is a major investor in three tobacco firms, including Philip Morris and Reynolds American. Other insurance companies named in the report include the Sun Life Financial, Northwestern Mutual, MassMutual and Standard Life.DR. WESLEY BOYD: Well, it is pretty shocking. And we first actually looked into this, the insurance industry investments in tobacco, back in 1995. If I could just give a little history, the reason for that initially was that I was—as a psychiatrist, I take care of a lot of patients in a public clinic, having difficulties getting care authorized by the managed care companies and the insurance companies—they were often sort of putting up roadblocks to me doing what I would like to do with my patients, see them as frequently as I need to, and so on—and came to find out back in 1995 that one of the managed care companies, Merit Behavioral, at the time was owned by the leveraged buyout firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, which also owned RJR at the time. And so, that’s where the sort of tobacco-insurance connection initially arose.We looked into holdings back then and in ’95 found that insurance industry, health insurance industry, was heavily invested in tobacco; revisited the issue in 2000, same story, but less so; and then came back today—well, this past year and found, for example, that, as was reported, Prudential owns $500 million—over $500 million of Imperial Tobacco, $871 million worth of holdings in British American Tobacco. Actually, that’s Prudential out of the UK, I’m sorry. Prudential Financial here in the US, they own $69 million of Reynolds American, almost $9 million of Lorillard, and $186 million of Philip Morris tobacco.http://www.democracynow.org/2009/6/12/report_health_insurers_hold_billions_in"Cough, hack... You're not going to... cough, wheeze... cover that?"