Thursday, February 11, 2010

Glenn Beck to Rick Perry ~ "Rick, I think you and I could French kiss right now."

Where some of the more 'normal' media whores would just high five their allies after they complete a hit on an opponent, Glenn Beck likes to talk about french kissing a partner in crime, Texas governor Rick (Friend of Zion - Mr. Mandatory HPV vaccine) Perry.
"He's a damn handsome man, looks good in a pair of jeans" Beck and his gay talking sidekick said.

I don't know much about Debra Medina, the republican alternative candidate for Texas governor running against Perry and Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison but she seems to be a libertarian, a states rights advocate and a good person. Considering her rivals, she is a welcome fresh face.  According to polls she was gaining ground. That is until today.

She made a big mistake and went on the Glenn Beck radio show. In an attempt to possibly gain some votes, I suppose she was just too naive to think that Beck, the Perry and Palin ass kisser, would be fair and objective and not have an agenda to shut her momentum down.
Early in the interview, Beck took intimidating jabs at Medina repeatedly asking her about her background in an attempt to throw her off balance. It was clear from the beginning that Beck had no intention in gathering information as he would not allow Medina to finish her sentences and clearly was not listening.

What became obvious later in the interview was the question that Beck was holding in the back of his mind which would score the necessary points the portly pundit craved. He then asked Medina if she was a "911 Truther". This was a clear attack on Medina's association with Ron Paul who has many followers who question the myriad of unsettling discrepancies regarding the events that took place on September 11, 2001. This was the perfect opportunity to relegate a viable grassroots candidate into the arena of "fringe".
Medina's answer was appropriate.
"I don’t have all of the evidence there, Glenn, so I’m not in a place, I have not been out publicly questioning that. I think some very good questions have been raised in that regard, there are some very good arguments and I think the American people have not seen all the evidence there, so I have not taken a position on that."
Perry must have been working with Beck because he immediately attacked Medina and twisted her words.
Gov. Rick Perry is dismissing a suggestion from a Republican primary rival that the U.S. government was involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Perry said GOP candidate Debra Medina's remarks Thursday "were an insult to the thousands of Americans who lost loved ones."

Perry countered that anyone "should be ashamed" for suggesting the administration of former President George W. Bush played a role in the attacks. Bush was Perry's predecessor as Texas governor. 
The rest of the compliant media jumped all over the story. 

Then Medina makes another mistake. She issues a statement saying that she's not a 'truther' and proceeds to give the same old bullshit line, "Muslims did it." She should have left it alone.
I was asked a question on the Glenn Beck show today regarding my thoughts on the so-called 9/11 truth movement. I have never been involved with the 9/11 truth movement, and there is no doubt in my mind that Muslim terrorists flew planes into those buildings on 9/11. I have not seen any evidence nor have I ever believed that our government was involved or directed those individuals in any way. No one can deny that the events on 9/11 were a tragedy for all Americans and especially those families who lost loved ones.
Here's the last bit of her response to Beck's interview and it was all that she needed.
The real underlying question here, though, is whether or not people have the right to question our government. I think the fact that people are even asking questions on this level gets to the incredible distrust career politicians have fostered by so clearly taking their direction from special interests instead of the people, whether it's Rick Perry and his HPV mandate or Kay Hutchison and voting for the bank bailout. It is absolutely the right and duty of a free people to question their government. Texas does not need another politician who tells you what you want to hear, then violates your liberties and steals your property anyway. I fully expect to be questioned and to be held accountable as Governor, and that's the underlying issue here: should people be questioning their government. And the answer is yes, they should be. {source}
Beck and his cronies at Fox must still be laughing. They'll be back slapping and french kissing each other all night long as they revel in their power to earn their blood money by manipulating and crushing those who don't toe the neocon line.

What's really sad is that 9/11 was a government sponsored false flag and even the most well meaning politicians are scared to death of facing the truth and speaking out about it for fear of losing votes from the brain dead population.

Bye bye Debra ... we hardly knew you.


  1. "rights" for men who ain't queer.
    I want to CENSORED the CENSORED goof Beck fuckhead CENSORED piece of shit CENSORED asshole.

  2. "He's a damn handsome man, looks good in a pair of jeans"

    Damn Glenn, didn't your Mommy tell you not to speak when your mouth's full?

  3. "What's really sad is that 9/11 was a government sponsored false flag and even the most well meaning politicians are scared to death of facing the truth and speaking out about it for fear of losing votes from the brain dead population."

    What kind of deranged fantasy-land do you live in? You lib truthers need serious help..

  4. glenn beck is fecal matter and so is perry

  5. When the clown asked her if she was a 9/11 truther, she should have asked him if he was a 9/11 liar.

    It's time those of us who know the truth not be afraid to take up the challenge when given the opportunity.

    We have a whole hell of a lot more evidence on our side than the ignorant belief that "our" government wouldn't do that.