Glenn on throwing support behind Romney: ‘At least he’s not a Commy’

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It’s about how most non-Romney supporters feel now that they are pretty much forced to get behind him in the general election. Getting amped up to support Romney has proven to be a challenge. Sure, he is a very good family man, strong morals etc etc — but it’s kinda hard to overlook the fact that he passed the precursor to Obamacare. Which is probably why they came up with the worst campaign slogan ever.

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  • Anonymous

    Glenn, more and more lately, is starting to sound like a childish moron.

    As to Romneycare being a precursor to Obamacare, is that the extent of this sites political insight is to swallow the Obama talking points on this gigantic red herring?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GZBDNY4KXVELHXYGPQTITIH7CY George

    Its time to get off the Rommneycare BS and focus on the
    positive. The dems never undermine their guy. Its like the founder of Home Depot says we play golf they play Ice Hockey. 

  • http://twitter.com/whiteknight111 Knight of Hope

    How about the fact that Romney has flipfloped a million times on abortion and the individual mandate? How about the fact that Romney talked up the welfare safety net? Is the ‘truth’ a talking point? Seriously? Sounds pretty biased to me, bro.

  • http://twitter.com/whiteknight111 Knight of Hope

    Glenn was never fantastic at holding his nose. Lord knows I’m not. Once this thing is over, I am never voting for another Republican. This needs to be the beginning of the end of these progressive swine being able to claim to represent the conservative families of this country.

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    Right now Glenn we face the simple choice – under Kaiser Obama the most Ronin and Gai Jin excuse of a POTUS we have had (save for Wilson), the nation will be finished once and for all; and under Romney we have a chance.

    So lets end the matter and focus on taking the White House back while taking the Senate and securing the House even more.

  • http://twitter.com/whiteknight111 Knight of Hope

    We have no chance if we don’t get back the house and the senate in a big way; Romney means vetoed conservative bills, liberal supreme court justices and an almost if not equally big health care entitlement in this country. If we don’t chock the house and the senate full of people who are willing and able to slap him down like a fly and stomp on him repeatedly, he’ll end up being worse for this country because the people will go to sleep and let him do whatever he wants. We are going to have to treat this guy like a disease and quarantine him. 

  • Anonymous

    The nomination process for the challenging party always leads to bruises, bruised egos, and dissappointed supporters. it takes a while for either party to coalesce behind the nominee. Imagine the depression in the Hillary Clinton camp when they realized that Barack Obama had pulled off the upset. Yet somehow, Hillary Clinton ended up as Secretary of State and Obama pulled off a surprise win in the general election. What happened??? Democrats (and a bunch of independents) came together and said no more Republican presidents. OK; time for the Republicans and the ripe for  the picking independents  to come together and do the same thing–  turn out for Romney and against President Obama. Yes, that means voting for Romney. He may not pass the various shades of color necessary for your level of conservatism in your particular litmus test, but he has proven to be an able leader while at the helm of Democrat heaven in Boston. 

    For all of the Rick Santorum backers, GB included, it is a tough day. As honorable a man as he may be, Rick Santorum would have been overwhelmed in the general election. He was Team Obama’s dream candidate; easily pulled off message, easily put on the defensive by his own propensity to not let go of extraneous points, and way too “stream of conscious” a speaker at times. His extremism would have been constantly magnified in the coverage of the election.

    “At least he’s not a commy”. yep, GB can never quite let go of his morning zoo days can he? Romney does not need GB’s support to win. I suspect GB knows that. Hopefully, GB will approach the discourse regarding Romney on a more intellectual level going forward.

    Failure to unite will guarantee an Obama victory.

  • http://twitter.com/whiteknight111 Knight of Hope

    My advice? Go to the Romney website and send the dude comments about how little he’s liked and what he has to do to earn our trust. If we don’t lay the verbal smackdown on this clown right now, he will think he can do whatever he wants when he gets into office.

  • Anonymous

       When the Republican candidates started out, everyone including you, Glenn, as I remember, pointed out that any one of them would be better than Barack Obama.  They, themselves, all pledged to uphold whomever ended up being the nominee.  It was a time of united effort.  What has changed?  It is extremely disappointing to see an effort–especially one of such consequence–diminished by sniveling and turning on the very determination stated in the beginning.  A lot can be said about waffling!! 
        I have visited Mitt Romney’s website and do not find his plans so out of step in turning around this nation.  Further, he is willing to bring on board people with expertise in the problems this nation is facing and listening to them.  A 180 degree course correction will most assuredly bring about chaos, more civil strife, and bloodshed.  If we are able to escape these ends–emphasizing IF–it will need to be done through orderly and consistent means.  It is probably a good thing Romney was involved in the so-called Romneycare and has seen the resultant uproar over Obamacare.  He will have gained some valuable insights through his experience. 
       I am reading “Being George Washington”.  Good book.  The end George Washington was not the same man as the beginning George Washington.  “Good family man, strong morals”–and, may I add, intelligent.  Seems like a similar beginning.

  • Anonymous

       From Romney’s website:  “We have a moral responsibility not to spend more than we take in.”  ” As president, Mitt’s goal will be to bring federal spending below 20 percent of GDP by the end of his first term:”  “Reduce Waste And Fraud — Savings: $60 Billion. Align Federal Employee Compensation With The Private Sector — Savings: $47 Billion. Repeal The Davis-Bacon Act — Savings: $11 Billion.  Reduce The Federal Workforce By 10 Percent Via Attrition — Savings: $4 Billion.  Consolidate agencies…”  A sampling.
      
     

  • Anonymous

    I love it! The game is on. My shock face: Ohhhhhhh! Not really! If you look at the movies that have been coming out of Bally-Hollywood, they are on the take down of this Royaltiness (look down his nose, collapse the economy leader!) Especially when number 1 selling books are against him! “Time to pack honey,” Romney is moving into the WH. Hum? I wonder if the moving company has a work order yet? Darn, the guy has been Lincoln, for the idiots that never figured out that Lincoln, was the 1st republican voted to office and now Ronald Reagan! What give me a break! Who knows maybe he’ll have everyone convinenced, he is now Margaret Thatcher! Not! They scream that the right, is holding women back, I don’t think so unless he thinks that the mentality of women’s thinking has reverted to the silence of repressed. Darn maybe he could convince everyone that he is the 1st woman running for office. Sarah would love to see the media’s take on that. Universal Money, Universal Health Care, Universal Fees? The Constitution still works for the people of the United States Of America! Get The drift, the people will be heard. We are not behind on the times, other wise those fleeing the Universal word and Green Control word, would not be pouring into our Great Country! Get with it they’re the ones making this country stronger. Good luck, but the hand writing is on the wall.

  • Anonymous

    Romney never flip flopped on abortion, not once.  He supports the law of the land but does not endorse abortion.  Too hard of a concept for you to grasp?

    He has also been consistent in saying that he is against federal mandates because he finds that they violate the law but he is in favor of state mandates, which does not surprise real conservatives because every state in the union has state mandates.

    Did Romney talk up the welfare safety net?  Well, I guess if you say that our government does enough for the poor then you could sort of stretch that to “talking up” the welfare safety net.

    Now, carry on with your irrational hate.  And make sure that you continue thinking how non conservative it is of us silly people to actually support the GOP nominee.  After all, in your bizarro land apparently that is a big no no.

  • Anonymous

    Since you have been lying about Romney and smearing what he really believes in, maybe it is you that needs to earn the trust of us real conservatives.

  • Anonymous

    That’s the spirit.  Declare that you are better than us poor uneducated Republicans.  And when you leave, don’t be thinking you will be missed.   Because dude, with friends like you, who needs enemies.

  • Anonymous

    Well said.  And if you review Ronald Reagans history at the same relative point in his career, one would find that there were plenty of non purist conservative things that Reagan had done as well.

    At this point Beck just seems so full of himself and even though he does not demand perfection from himself he sure seems to be caught up in demanding it from Romney.

    Beck is either putting on a show to not look like he is a Mormon supporting another Mormon or Beck has just simply gone off the deep end, too caught up in his own glory.

  • Anonymous

    You know, one of your major problems, and you appear to have many of them, is that you are beginning to believe your own hateful crap that you imagine about Romney.  Why not just say he also eats babies for breakfast and clubs old women for lunch?  In short, you sound like a raving lunatic making up stuff as you go.

  • Anonymous

    Right on. At least he’s not a commie. He’s just a corporate fascist. Nothing wrong with that. He’s just a National Socialist without the racism. Nothing wrong with that. Romney is a lot more like Mussolini than he is like Stalin. At least we have that much going for us.

    WOO HOO! Romney may not be a real Republican, but man oh man is he good at getting the money to make political commercials. And THAT is what this country really needs. We need a more fascist bent on socialism instead of the Marxist bent we have with Obama. THAT is what this country really needs. Right?

  • Anonymous

     Yeah, because Kaiser Romney is waaaay better than Kaiser Obama. Just like arsenic is waaaay better than DDT.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with you jitney- Glenn please get behing the Republican nominee- at least he’s not a commy is too weak.  I’m disappointed in you Glenn, Romney has said he does not think government healthcare is good for the whole country.  If we are going to get Obama out of there, we need to be ALOT more positive about our nominee than that!!!

  • Anonymous

    Mr. Romney is not a communist – unlike the current occupant of our WH.  I believe he loves this country – unlike the current occupant of our WH.  BUT, if he wants to ignite the conservatives, he is going to have to choose a VP with a fire in his belly and not afraid to take on the LSM.  I believe that man is Allen West.  Has he made mistakes?  Yes.  But, who hasn’t?  Does he loves this country?  Oh, yeah.  Could he take on Biden in a debate?  Yes, and knock him into the next city.  Mr. Romney and RNC – you want our excitement?  Listen to us!

  • Anonymous

    Allen West is a great American but we would have better chances of election if Romney were to choose Rubio.  West will end up rubbing too many independents the wrong way.  Some people mature faster than others.  West is too immature politically.

  • Anonymous

    Yes I agree that this does not sound like a get behind our candidate from Beck.  He was a person that helps us unite and in this he is bitter because the person that he thought would be the better Conservative did not win. He is not setting the tone to get behind the candidate.  I am ashamed of him for his actions.  I was not for Romney, however as an American I see that we MUST get behind the canadidate.  He is a good man with intelligents and a Christian.  If we start getting these bitter words from Beck, what chance is there to get the GOP candidate in power.  We need to get the House and the Senate.  Americans wake up and get behind Romney.

  • Anonymous

    I suppose that you actually saying something truthful never crossed that tiny brain of yours.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for your insightfulness jitney. I am very disappointed in you Glenn, you were my hero.  Now you are just being rude.  Hard choices need to be made for this country, as Glenn has been telling us for years.  Mitt Romney has what it takes to do it. 

  • Anonymous

    Really?  How is he a fascist?  Nevermind, we understand that you democrats are crapping your pants in fear of Romney. Se we understand your hate, your delusions and your various other numberous problems.

  • Anonymous

    There is some mental issue that Beck is going through lately.  It never made sense for him to support the much weaker Santorum in the first place.  But now Glenn is just acting like a wounded school-girl.  He is sounding like he is having a nervous breakdown or something.

  • Richard Shaw

    Let me guess… you’re a Ron Paul supporter aren’t you?  The vibe and the talking points match.  If you sit this one out, you will make Ron Paul into the Ralph Nader of the right.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, you have lost your mind.  Romney is, in fact, all you have said a candidate should be.  You did say you would support him if he became the nominee.  Are you or are you not a man of integrity?  Do you really want Obama re-elected?  Romney has so many good and moral qualities as well as his extensive intellect and expertise, it is hard to know where to begin to describe them.  If we are to defeat Obama (which will not be easy for a number of reasons, one of which is corruption), we need true support from all conservatives.  Glenn, you have great influence.  Do you know how extensive your negativism can reach?  Have you even conceived of the damage you are doing?  Stop it and get behind this good man.  Stop your damage machine now!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HDSPLO5LEOI2EKLPA7LETWSGZE sdm

    Jitney, I could not agree more. You are absolutely on target and I will gleefully support, make donations to and embrace the Romney campaign. OBAMA must go. Not only is there a question which country he is from, listening to him, I wonder what planet he is from.

  • Richard Shaw

     “A million times…” given to a slight bit of exaggeration are we?  Exaggeration is *not* the truth either… in fact, it sounds pretty biased to me, bro.

  • Anonymous

    Major “Like”, here.  I might also add that I’m a moderate Republican.  Moderates are not the enemy.  Romney wants intelligent change for the country.  It’s easy to preach an overnight 180 degree turnaround, but Romney is realist enough to know that no matter how much we want it, a major base of the country absolutely does not want it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000210545764 Clive Hutchby

    How about this slogan:
    44=
    666

  • Anonymous

    No wonder your GBTV has so few viewers Glenny.  I think your real problem is you don’t want to appear to support a Mormon because you are one…sort of.  Can’t have you lookin’ like the 97% of the blacks who voted for BHO because he was black. Keep up the crap and you will help elect BHO And we’ll have another four years of this assclown in the WH.  Get a grip and please stop portraying yourself as some sort of conservative purist martyr because lil’ Ricky Santorum didn’t bluff his way to the nomination.  You really are not the smartest guy in the room.  Get over yourself. Read ET Benson’s “Beware of Pride” Glenn.  You really need it.  Used to love you but I think you’ve turned out to be a real jerk.

  • Anonymous

    Somebody finally calling Obama the communist he is ???  Face it people, Romney is just a better looking McCain…  Should be a Democrat, if a real conservative was running!

    A significant portion of the American voting populace will not be voting for Romney…  They will be voting against Obama the Communist.

  • Anonymous

    It is a real dissapointment to hear your remarks on Romney. The Republicans need all the support they can get, to get Obama out of the White House. I was not thrilled with any of the canidates, however I sure will be supporting Romney. Glenn, you have a lot of influence. You just may be edging voters to stay home, and then where will our country be?? I am so disappointed.

  • Anonymous

    Allen West isn’t polished, BUT, he does say what he means.  I believe he would unite the conservatives and republicans in a way that would take obama out of our White House.

  • Richard Shaw

     You will have to forgive MarsBooFoo… he mistakes capitalism and the ability to organize an effective campaign–a trait that we are going to need to defeat BHO, as fascism.  Of course, sensationalizing his points by making references to Mussolini and Stalin is supposed to make them more credible.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with the writer of the video summary. That is the worst campaign slogan ever.

  • Richard Shaw

    Glenn is suffering from “Mormon guilt”. Kinda like why otherwise socially conservative Jews vote democrat. Glenn, there is nothing to feel guilty about brother.
    Caveat: this is my unprofessional diagnosis.

  • Anonymous

    Somehow it did not work for me either.

  • General Kota

    Well they all suck.

  • Anonymous

    You face it.  You’re just a lying liberal troll.

  • Anonymous

    I have the same theory about Glenn.  But whatever his excuse, he is starting to act like a real ass personality wise.  And that will end up killing his business and relegate him to being a nobody.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JJXI3RNL2HG4PH2SINXVKQSECU Dennis N

    …Also:  eliminate Dodd-Frank, restore Glass-Stegall, audit the FED, limit “alphabet” agencies, ie EPA, NLRB, FCC, etc.

  • Anonymous

    There isn’t much difference between any of them really. Including Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, I agree. Glenn is starting to sound more and more like a childish moron lately. When these guys are all bantering it’s getting hard to tell exactly where the sarcasm ends.

  • http://www.lds.org/ carbonfootprints

     I’m more pro-choice than Ted Kennedy.  Hmmm. 

  • Anonymous

    I agreed that Romney is a beetter looking than McCain. However, Romney is to the left of McCain.

  • http://www.facebook.com/trentonjh Trenton Hansen

    It’s very difficult to take you seriously, Glenn, when you’re so stuck in your notions of ideological purity that you can’t see just why Romney is the perfect opposite of Obama.

    Romney’s health care plan was NOT the ObamaCare alpha test. And if I have to explain why to you–why, you need to go back and brush up on the idea of Federalism at least. There’s much more to it than that, but it’s a good place to start.

  • Anonymous

    pklamb  Thank you for your additional comments.  Glenn, indeed, has much influence and has and is filling an amazing role in making people aware of the situation we face in America.  His Restoring Honor, Courage, Love rallies are phenomenal.  His Oval Office previews look like they will also be great.  However, his negativism can have just as large an impact.  Hopefully, he will retract these tasteless t-shirts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Erik-Osbun/100001215333702 Erik Osbun

    Romney should invite Gingrich to be his VP, then at least we will know that he has a conservative with a well defined platform in his camp. 

  • Richard Shaw

     LOL, you’re kidding right… McCain, the same McCain that pushed for a pathway to citizenship/amnesty for illegals, then said he was tough on immigration when he was running for President.  The same McCain that was part of the Gang of 14?  That McCain?

  • Anonymous

    Erick, You are dreaming Romney’s vicious attack against Newt & Santorum still very fresh in the memory of millions of Americans including Newt.  I don’t think Romney if he finally gets 1144 delegates will ask Newt to be his VP.

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

     Unless Romney asks Col. Allen West to be his VP I’ll sit the election out

  • Anonymous

    I see the not informed have now fallen for the news medias spin, that the only one who could beat Obama is Romney. It’s to bad Newt has a background that people can’t let go of. He is the only one with the guts,or should I say had to say what so many of us think. I will plug my nose and vote for Romney,but he’s only a white carbon copy of Obama. The good old boys will win again,because they got who they can control. But this country gets what they deserve when they should have listened to Glenn before. God bless you Glen for being the voice of truth.

  • Anonymous

    That’s a vote for Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn….Stop it!  Tired of your Romney bashing and rude attitude that seems to have taken over the show most of the time.  We need to get behind Romney.  He IS a good man and your t-shirt slogan is tacky and in poor taste.  You do have influence.  Why not use it to help our candidate?  You are doing more damage than anything.  I used to watch and listen to you every day.  Not anymore….so disappointed.  Shame on you!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L7I5WVMBOLNAAMNROVEXIM65HA Karen

    you should be ashamed of yourself for giving obama more fodder for attack on the GOP

  • Anonymous

    I am very disappointed with Glenn regarding the T shirt. I think it is beneath him & what he is trying to do. It is snide, & incites in a negative way (for all to see) rather than invite civil discourse. It is not funny.
    I too am very disappointed Santorum is out of the election process & have serious reservations with Romney….but this is not an approach based on the principles of our Founding Fathers.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dave-Spiker/100000186427347 Dave Spiker

    Well said Jitney! Even Ron Paul would be light-years better than Obama. Romney understands what this country needs to be turned around. I just hope we get enough control of the House and Senate to do the right thing for this country.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YRJJ7XYJIMFYUTJ5KXUFR3ZEFE Ken Kirkham

    I’m not a lib, in fact I am well to the right of nearly everyone and the only reason I would vote for Romney is because he is not Obama.  I held my nose to vote for McCain and swore I would not vote for another RINO.  

    Now I have a real problem…do I hold my nose and vote for Romney?  Or do I vote for a conservative and know it will help Odumbo get re-elected? 

    If this election actually happens and the big O doesn’t declare marshal law, I may have to vote for Romney but I will hate myself for not voting on principle.  That is why our best shot for a conservative is not very conservative at all.

    I’m not sure why you called BrndXprt a troll because he is simply saying many of us will only vote for Romney because he is not Obama not because we think he is good.

  • Anonymous

    glenn beck and rush are doing Romney a huge favor by continually mocking him.  If glenn and rush keep it up, maybe the Republicans will stop driving away women and minorities, who they belittle and attack but Romney needs to win an election.

  • http://www.facebook.com/petlaps Chris Conner

    For Dennis Reilly – West would be great, but to state you’ll sit it out if he’s not asked is strange, because maybe West does not want the position.  So where would that leave you?   We all need to see the big picture and get united rather than acting like we’re stamping our feet in a tantrum and declaring we’ll go home because the game is not going to be played our way.  It’s time we take the high road and present a united front.  Let’s let the other side be childish, nasty, wrong on facts, cruel, and more.  And, let’s stop with the anti-Glenn comments.  There are more important things for the day.

  • Donald Dienst

    You cant beat obama with obama lite.  Vote Ron Paul and restore America.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dave-Spiker/100000186427347 Dave Spiker

    When Romney gets blasted with: “in your private business you closed businesses and lost jobs!” We are going to hear that till our ears bleed. ANSWER: As everyone in business understands, EVERY business needs to cut their losses and save their capital. By saving capital in bad companies that couldn’t be turned around-those valuable dollars were saved to be injected into another hurting company and THOSE JOBS WERE SAVED!  The left doesn’t understand business 99 let alone a 101 class. So get ready for more stupid comments to sway the kool-aid drinkers and MSNBC.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YXK3BN57QZO7ZPKGNSBLLEKGHE BullShipper

    Your smart azz begrudging support of Romney is exactly what will re-elect Obama.  Get over yourself Glenn.  Grow up and stand up.  You’re not the final say on who gets elected, but you can do real harm to the effort to vote Obama out of office by being so cutsey and immature.  Your boy–Santorum, who got fired in my state of Pennsylvania–is done and he did it to himself just like in the Senate race.  I’m not too happy with your current attitude, as you can probabaly tell.

  • Anonymous

     That is all we can say about what we have to vote for by the time the vote gets to all of us. It has always knocked the conservatives out. I wish Bachmann would have stayed away from the progressive outlets, and started in a conservative State, at least we would have been able to say “No Progressive here” too…

  • Donald Dienst

     He is not the Nomine yet… and with Ron Paul Rising he may never be.

  • SoThere

    Stop your whining you ignorant little boob.

    Whaaaaa Whaaaaa What a crybaby.

  • Anonymous

    It’s spelled “Commie,” by the way.

  • Anonymous

    Mitt is a great man and his actions have been very conservative. I know about Romneycare and still believe he is more conservative than Rick Santorum (look closely at HIS record) and way more conservative than the Newt we have had since he left the congress (in disgrace). Look at their actions, what they did more than what they say. Romney ran in 2008 as the most conservative candidate and lost. Isn’t that a good reason for him to not go overboard voicing his conservative ideas as prominently as the last time? He is the same man as before, he is the same man Rush and you gushed over in ’08. Why can you not cut him some slack? Reagan was thought of as a moderate if not liberal when he ran. Do you not remember he was labeled that way because he had been a democrat and that he had been president of the most liberal union in America (Screen Actors Guild)? But he turned out to be one of the greatest of presidents. If you would only open your eyes and listen to his speeches, etc. you will see that Mitt Romney is a much greater candidate than you give him credit for.

  • http://www.facebook.com/stormy.uhrich Stormy Uhrich

    So Glen is about to get Obama re elected, the same way he single handedly got Obama elected in the first place by being so anti McCain. Yes Glen, it is true, YOU got Obama elected in the first place . Your campaign against John McCain in 08 rallied people against him. Every nonvote for McCain was a vote for Obama. I blame you for that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/anonymousmusicman Ron Cornett

    i think you are all wrong… mitt romney is just john kerry revisited… an aloof flip flopper. Glenn threw support behind Santorum, because Santorum has principals… 

  • Anonymous

    Santorum may not have had the greater chance, however, he was the greater choice. Sometimes standing a little taller means standing for the underdog because it is the right thing to do…..if not the popular thing to do.

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    that was before Romney’s attack dogs, and smear machine went iwo jima on everyone.   All kidding aside, for many Concservatives who would have reached out a hand to Romney as the victor, in a common cause of liberty, learned over this primary, that to Romney it is not a common cause, but a cause which he is not prepared to lead, or even intends to be part of .  The ill will felt for Mitt Romney is solely the result of his actions, and in large measure his followers, who for anyone who’s been on twitter lately, can attest that they have become in victory, even more intollerable and venom filled than in the primary process.  If liberty survives a Romney win, it will be because of the actions of those who fight this political war around him, not with him.  The congressional races are now the focus, it must be radicalized for liberty for us now, and to save our children from a thousand years of darkness.

  • Anonymous

     Naw, we are not stupid, or sheep. We will end up voting for the foremost conservative candidate, just to rid America of it’s worst decision in our history. When it comes down to it, the only way we can get rid of him is to vote. I see some saying they are not going to vote due to the pick list. I think those are just people from the other side…

  • Anonymous

    In a way Beck is preaching some kind of consolation or resignation. That is exactly our main problem everybody has already concluded that Romney is the guy and that we have to put our heads down and accept the reality.  The reality means that the GOP Establishment got his way again by going against the will of the people.  Of corse, people like Beck are guilty also for trashing conservative candidates for the simple reason that he has his own preferences. 

    If instead of saying well at least Romney is not a “Commy” he had said, let’s help the only conservative standing, I would have praised him, but not he sound like most of the elites & pundits of Washington using other words.

  • Anonymous

    Not good  Glenn Beck..not good at all.
    There are many millions that do like Romney…the T shirt is offensive.
     No class AND NOT GOOD FOR OUR NOMINEE.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JPTQ724YX4BGHK2XSN2KH4GUWQ Dday

    What is going on with you Glenn?  There is a myriad of things about Romney that are “better than a commie”.  This is stupid.  These better not be real t shirts.

  • Anonymous

    Okay, lets get this straight.  I am so tired of people who don’t seem to understand our political system, getting elected and or being a representative of the people, who want to disparage Mitt Romney for His record in Mass.  Let’s consider the facts… Mitt was able to win in a state that is clearly liberal.  He became the people’s representative of a liberal state even though his own personal views are much more Conservative.   When he was Gov.  he worked with a state congress that was 78% democrat.  But look at his record, his voting was actually very conservative.  Yes he did work across the isle to get many of the things he accomplished done, that was what he was elected to do.  Yes he passed and signed the health care law, it is what his state wanted and he was the peoples representative.  He should have done nothing else.  He has maintained from the start that that was a state’s decision to do health care in that manner for their citizens. It was, and as their representative he did the right thing.  Glen of all people should understand the difference between doing the peoples work and doing what his own personal positions are.  Romney was able to do in Mass. what we need a president to do.  He worked with a huge democratic majority and still accomplished most of his conservitive initiatives in spite of the left controlled majority.  I would love to see what he can do with a conservative congress, if we can give him one.  Get behind our nominee, knock off this weak ..not a commie crap and let’s take back our country! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/anonymousmusicman Ron Cornett

    stormy… mccain never stood a chance in the first place. conservatives want a conservative candidate… personally i prefer the libertarians… at least they know the governments place…

  • http://www.facebook.com/anonymousmusicman Ron Cornett

    “Our Nominee”??? speak for yourself… you vote party lines if you wanna believe that idiocy…. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YXK3BN57QZO7ZPKGNSBLLEKGHE BullShipper

    Hope springs eternal right Donald?  A Ron Paul nomination would guarantee another 4 years for Obama.  Might as well not even have the election in that case. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YXK3BN57QZO7ZPKGNSBLLEKGHE BullShipper

    No thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    The only thing Mitt Romney has to do the job, if elected, is a pen.  It should be our intention to demonstrate to Mr. Romeny, that he will use that pen to sign the legislation that Congressional Conservatives send to him.  Otherswise, he will bitterly opposed, fought on every battelfield, issolated, and primaried in 2016.  Whatever dreams he has of 59 point economic plans, and reaching out to his “good friends” in the Democratic Party, should be put in the same fantasyland that his flip-flops reside in.  If we drag this bum over the finish line in Novermeber, he owes a debt to the Conservatives who pulled the lever with one hand, while holding a barf bag with the other. And we intend to collect on that debt.

    Romney 2012!  ( going to be sick)

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    60% of GOP Primary voters voted against Mitt Romeny.  Our candidate against obama had 4 out of 10 supporting him.  Glenns not a sell out, but if his principles sound like they give way to realism, I understand, but ill have to tune out until Novermeber.  Voting for Romney doesnt have to mean we all kid ourselves that the mans a conservative. Lets just be honest… hes a Massachusetts Liberal Republican, but he will probably sign the bills a Republican Congress sends him. Thats fair enough.

  • Anonymous

    Very well written..and you are right.
    Great post.

  • Anonymous

    Boy! Look up some of the people commenting on here. I think we are being invaded. Like we can’t click and read. That’s OK, stick around, research, comment, read, and learn. You might end up being one of us if you learn enough.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know any conservatives that are very excited about “not commy romney”…but I don’t know any conservatives that thinks America can withstand another (and more radical) term of obummer….especially with the advanced ages of several of our supreme court justices.

    How about this as a slogan;

    “Let’s get him elected, then hold hold his feet firmly to the fire”.

    Sorry Glenn, I know it doesn’t look as cool on a T-shirt, which may hurt the merchandising efforts.

    He was amongst the bottom of my list initially, but compared to obummer…who I believe is a commie, he is Barry Goldwater. So let’s stop the belly aching, get him elected and do our best to save our poor America.  If he turns out to be just another liberal in conservatives clothing rino progressive new world order UN loving sell out….then we will have to deal with that later. It’s too late now to play the what if game. Too much at stake people.Obummer wants to hand our kids future over to foreign interests and level the global playing field, make no mistake about it. He is, afterall, “a citizen of the world first”.

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    Dont buy it.

  • Anonymous

    The ONLY way Romney if gonna win, will take 2 easy steps, 1.) Change his mind about the NDAA, and put Ron Paul on the ticket, he has bookoo support from Republicans, independents, Liberals, Democrats, most of all the MILITARY, which to me is most important, look at his “Meetings” California when the news is asking “where is Ron Paul” yeah having a rally with over 10,000 people showing up could not make it into the colossi um , were climbing on trees just to hear him, three “town halls in California each one over 6,000  people. Question for you ???? When has Romney, Santorium, Newt ever had a rally like that, even if you put the amount of people all together that showed up for 3 candidates rally’s do not match Ron Paul, why are you hiding that fact Mr. Beck, you yourself the Constitutionalists-you should be loving that guy !!! and by the way yes I have been to Israel, and yes I believe it should exist, and guess what, I believe that Dr. Paul is the best friend that Israel could ever have !

  • Anonymous

    You can vote for whoever you like Ron. Go for it.

  • Anonymous

    Donald I TOTALLY agree.  I don’t suppose you would be interested in a fantastic network marketing opportunity, or possibly a great real estate investment program that will make you millions.

  • Anonymous

    What is…one of us?

  • Anonymous

    GLENN BECK NEEDS HIS HEAD EXAMINED   –  ROMNEY IS JUST LIKE OBAMA –  BAD RECORDWALL STREET BIG BANK  GRABBER  —-    –  GLENN  – YOU NEED YOUR HEAD EXAMINED     MAYBE YOUR A MONEY GRABBER TOO GLENN..

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    How about “Mitt Romney for President.”  “He Sucks Less.”

  • kingdomwarrior

    What a bunch of dreamers.  If we do not take back the WH NOW …Rick or anyone (of what will seem like another lifetime ago) will be hard pressed to do anything with our ‘Fundementally Transformed’ Nation, in 2016.  You Clowns are OUT OF LINE,  Newt is the only candadite that can beat Obama and people better start writting the checks Now.!!  This is definately a Pay me Now or Pay me Later.  Stop the jokes, write the checks.  I am serious…your checks and your dollars will not be worth 2 cents if this gets away from us in 2012. 

  • Anonymous

    Glenn… enough is enough.  Start supporting our candidate or you will loose you audience.  Let’s hear more positive from you. 
    Get behind our nominee, drop the commie crap and let’s take back our country! 

  • Anonymous

     And remember, this guy lost to McCain who lost to Obamney.  So this time, we are starting with the junior varsity in the championship game. 

  • Anonymous

    I was thinking the same thing Karen. I am not sure who Glenn Beck is anymore. Very sad.

  • Anonymous

    GLENN BECK,
    I was born in Massachusetts, so you can trust me.   Santorum completely distorted the Health Bill in MA when MITT ROMNEY was Governor.  First of all, states have the right to enact their own Health Plans.  When Obama does it, it is Federalism, and he cannot mandate the states to do whatever his very little brain chooses.  Massachusetts is a state loaded with Democrats.  I am a Republican, blessed with a mind.  Do you know how difficult it is for a Republican Gov., to get anything through a Legislature that has 200 members, but only 29 Republicans? Basically, you are doing the Legislature’s bidding.  I visited my sister in MA, and helped her select her Health Plan, based on the amount that she wanted to pay and its coverage.  It was a great plan, and she and I liked it.   MITT ROMNEY is an intelligent candidate, and he is the only one that can DEFEAT Obama.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net  

  • Anonymous

    Good post!

  • Anonymous

    I wish you wrote on all posts everywhere…because what you just wrote is exactly right.,

  • Anonymous

     Yeah, “severely conservative” in his words.  Kind of like the trees in Michigan grow to just the right height.  He is a friggin genius.  Romney did not run as the most conservative candidate in 2008.  Tancredo and Duncan Hunter scored in the mid 90′s my the Conservative Institute.  Romney and McCain were much lower than Huckabee even.  McCain was 62 lifetime and you had to score 60 to even be listed.  I’m not remembering that Mittens was listed.  Maybe he was but he was no where near Tom Tancredo or Duncan Hunter or the Huckster. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Glorria-Morrison/100000506841882 Glorria Morrison

    Come on Glenn….. no man/women is perfect and no candidate is perfect.  Romney is our best bet in beating Obama and that is #1, #2 and #3 in our priorities.  I know that I have changed my political views over the years.  Most people do.  The world is changing and so are we.  As long as the conservatives are all moving in the right direction and the same direction we can overcome the damage Obama has done to our nation.

    Stand up and apologize to Mitt Romney and the nation and tell them you made a mistake.  Let’s join together and STOP Obama.  We need to elect a conservative House, Senate and President and to do that, WE MUST BE UNITED.

    Glorria Morrison
    Fountain Valley, CA

  • Anonymous

    You mean Obamawhite.

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    If he loses his audience, can you be lost first?  Anyone think that 4 or 8 years of Mitt Romeny will leave anything different when he retires finally, (thank God) as a result of the Constitutional obligation of term limits?  Just what department did Romney pledge ( for whatever thats worth) to abolish?  Or is the Romeny miracle hidden somewhere in his 59 point economic plan of IRS gimmicks and the same ole winners and losers tax policy?  Romneys a manager, a politician, he’s not a warrior like Reagan was.  And if you expect that from Romney then youll be dissapointed.  Romeny doesnt recognize the political war that will be wages on his watch if elected. And how could he, hes been issolated from birth from the slow assult on our first freedoms.  Romney has the money to afford justice that you and I couldnt never get.  Romney would never have to deal with a government agency on a personal level, nor does he have anything to fear from a unionized Federal employee.  Romney never hit the pavement looking for a job, knowing that if he doesnt find one in a month his rent will be not be paid.  Im not faulting the man, but you folks that talk about Romney like hes a man of people  are delusional.  Romneys a wealthy guy, from a wealty family, and God bless him, but hes a liberal who hates taxes, a bean counter. Speaking about liberty he sounds like me speaking my broken spanish, its just not in his heart.

  • Anonymous

    Yes he does.  I heard somewhere he has lost 17 in his life.  And this is the guy that we all are convinced is the best chance to beat Obama.  And the Cubs will be in the World Series.

  • Anonymous

    Great comment sickofrhetoric! I am also very disappointed in Glenn, he’s now striking me as just plain childish.  Mitt Romney does have what it takes, and I’m going to vote for him rather than not casting a vote.  I WANT Obama out!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sandy-Caruso/1587245855 Sandy Caruso

    Glenn, sometimes you overstep your bounds and cause problems where there shouldn’t be. You spout how Obama has divided then country then do the same thing regarding Romney.
    Here’s some advice given by a very wise man on Sunday, April 1st.  STOP IT! Grow up, swallow your pride and support the obvious GOP candidate OR vote for Obama for another 4 years. Your T-shirt “At least he’s not a commy” is not CUTE, or entertaining. Like I said grow up and quit acting like a 2 yr old. Santorum’s temper tantrums were bad enough. You two are imitating Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, I am very disappointing at the lack of support you are giving Romney and even calling one of your own Mormons dishonest.  You should be slapped up side the head until you realize Romney is our best opportunity to save this country and you act like a school boy that just got turned down on your first date.  Grow up- I am about ready to cancel my GBTV subscription because I can’t stand to listen to you any more. 

  • Anonymous

    Don’t leave out the Catholics.  52% voted for the infantacide candidate.

  • http://www.facebook.com/stormy.uhrich Stormy Uhrich

     But will a libertarian win? The gap between Obama and McCain was not that large.

  • Barbara Jackson

    I am a big Glenn Beck fan but am so disappointed in your attitude and comments about Mitt Romney.  Unless you want four more years of Obama you better change your attitude and rude comments.  We need to stand united not give the liberals sound bites for their campaign.  Mitt is our candidate, he is a good and trustworthy person and deserves more respect.  He happens to be just what we need now — an experienced businessman who can straighten out our economy.  

    I hope you will give this some rational thought.  If you continue your negative rant I am finished with GBTV.

    Pray on it.

  • Anonymous

    Well said, jitney, loves nature, and sickofrhetoric! It is SO IMPORTANT for ALL PATRIOTS to get in sync with Mitt Romney…Glenn, I too am disappointed in your response…and unfortunately, the opposition has already SEIZED ON IT, I’m sure….
    Anybody but Obama, remember?

  • Anonymous

    As far as “At least He’s Not A Commy” Shirt, you should pull all of them from the warehouse today and have the biggest bond fire that you ever have seen.  I have never seen anything more disgusting.

  • Anonymous

    Beck is upset because Romney will not be on his show. Why should Romney with all Beck says about him? What for…he does not need Beck. I do not think Romney should ever go on..till Beck is sincere.
    So folks..we are merely dealing with Becks ego.
    I guess he does not get…COUNTRY FIRST!

  • Anonymous

    I feel that this tongue in cheek is much more harmful than helpful. We need to pull it together and get behind Romney regardless of what you may think of him because at this point if Obama gets re-elected, I truly worry about the condition of our country after another 4 years of this man. He is disasterous to our great nation. Get it together Glenn and help the effort instead of hindering it.

  • Anonymous

    I’m gonna vote for Romney…
    At least he’s not a commie…
    I’m gonna vote for Romney…
    At least he’s not a commie…
     

  • Anonymous

    Dear Glenn, please don’t denigrate Romney.  In doing so, you promote Obama.  I don’t believe you want that.

  • Anonymous

    Very nicely put..and truthful. I agree 100%

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jan-Conroy/100000695756376 Jan Conroy

    Uh, comparing Mitt Romney to Hanoi Johnny McAmnesty is like comparing apples to condoms.  Newt Gingrich would have been a better comparison to McAmnesty as they are both serial adulterers, both want to merge the US with Mexico and both voted for the federal unfunded mandate, EMTALA, that foisted REAL socialized medicine upon the states.  

    Only ignorant boobs would accuse Romney of instituting socialized medicine in Mass. — socialized medicine was forced upon ALL the states, through EMTALA, and the citizens of Mass. had no way of dealing with the fallout from this federal unfunded mandate without some form of requirement for its citizens to purchase health insurance or sign up for Medicaid.  

    Under the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution this is allowed.  Or, haven’t all of you alleged “constitutional scholars” figured that out yet?  There is a big difference between what the citizens of Mass. did (through their Democrat legislature, BTW) in order to cope with the socialized medicine unfunded mandate, EMTALA; and what Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama did with Obamacare.

    It really frosts my ass when propagandists and ignorant dolts blame Romney for the Mass. insurance mandate.  Why not lay the blame where it belongs?  Or don’t you all know where EMTALA came from in the first place?  Do any of these names ring a bell? — Dick Armey, Barry Goldwater, Bob Dole, Trent Lott, Dan Quayle, Dick Cheney, and, Ronald Reagan — not exactly your average bunch of foaming-at-the-mouth socialists, though Newt Gingrich and John McCain did vote for the bill, as well.

    BTW, to be perfectly honest, Mitt Romney wasn’t my ideal choice for the office of POTUS, but Jeff Sessions wasn’t running so I was forced to deal with the slate of lessors offered — and Mitt Romney was the lessor of the evils (along with the honorable, but un-electable, Ron Paul).  Spleen vented…

  • http://twitter.com/nostalgicepoch Jeffery Stutsman

    If Romenys our man, then hes our man.  I only want Mitt Romeny to know that if enough Conservatives charge the breach so that he can finally satisfy his personal ambition, that its not for him, and he shouldnt kid himself about it.  Its for my 5 year old son, that i want to grow up knowing liberty, and receiving his rightful place as a free citizen, in a free society.  Its his birthright, conceived by devine providence, affirmed by Thomas Jefferson, and purchased by the blood of patriots who would never even knew the full measure of the blessings which they passed through sacrifice to their heirs. A dozen generations who built this nation, and who preserved its liberty, so that we might do the same for those that come after. Thats the reason Mr. Romeny that i’ll cast my vote for you, dont forget that while you congratulate yourself as the master of the Universe on Jan 20, 2013. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/cariblakeCO Cari Blake

    Glenn, George Washington was “pretty much forced” to support King George III too, thank God he believed in independence and dared to have the first American Dream with some true guts behind his convictions. Sad that you fall so short of my hero. You said he was yours too, but I don’t buy it anymore. What does our T-shirt for you say?: “At Least He Used To Be A Conservative”

    Making fun of your own support of Romney, doesn’t make it less disappointing to those of us that used to look to you for inspiration. If you would like to earn your man badge again show up this Saturday in CO and stump for Newt -  a true conservative with the actual record in Washington DC to prove it. Then donate big time to him and follow him to the rest of the states. I realize in the past you have said you can’t forgive his past sins – thank God that Jesus doesn’t look at your past that way. You would be sad shape if He did. You have a lot to learn and you need to stop teaching till you learn it.

  • Barbara Jackson

    Well said pklamb.  I am so disappointed in Glenn’s attitude and rude comments.  Unless he wants four more years of Obama he better stop giving the liberals sound bites for their campaign, unite with the party and support Mitt Romney.  He is a good and decent man and deserves more respect.  Think about it Glenn and pray on it.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YXK3BN57QZO7ZPKGNSBLLEKGHE BullShipper

    I would like to get some T shirts made up with:  TO GLENN BECK……STOP IT!

    I’m seriously disappointed in Glenn.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jan-Conroy/100000695756376 Jan Conroy

    Romney is to the left of McCain?  By what analysis?  Where are your facts?  Or are you just regurgitating some “feelings” you had?

  • http://www.facebook.com/cariblakeCO Cari Blake

     Correction, Mitt is your candidate. He has not earned the rest of us yet.

  • Anonymous

    The critical
    things are morale and clarity. The informed, thinking voters must be fired up
    enough to come out and vote. And they must understand the Republican message.  Whether we are 50% or 70% satisfied with
    Romney, it doesn’t matter anymore. He is the guy, and Obama must go. A corpse
    would be an improvement.

    Stop living in
    the past, and stop giving the Democrats ideas for campaign ads. Let’s move
    forward. We must clearly and succinctly express basic conservative economic and
    political principles, and explain what Obama has done wrong, what we will do
    right, and how Americans will benefit. Directly call them out, by name, for
    their many terrible ideas and actions. Say it over and over, using the same
    perseverance and rhetorical flourishes that the left uses in stating their
    agenda. No more allowing them to establish the rules and the language. Defend
    against their demagoguery but do not be defensive; and do not criticize our own.  Show them our mettle, speak the truth, and don’t
    be afraid to stand up for what is right. Confidently show them what Americans
    really are, brag about it, and stuff it right back in their faces. That will
    help the Romney camp have a platform, and be contagious to whoever is in any way
    undecided..

     

    And for those
    who vote for Obama and his ilk, they were never going to be convinced anyway.

  • Anonymous

    Yea, Looks like you and your staff will be the only ones earing that tee !

  • Anonymous

    Going to spelling class in 10 Min.

  • Anonymous

    give me  a W.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jan-Conroy/100000695756376 Jan Conroy

    Yeah, Newt does have a record, all right, and it AIN’T conservative!  He has a record of supporting (as a back-bencher) socialized medicine as an unfunded mandate that has all but destroyed the private healthcare industry in all of the states.  Obamacare is a result of Newt’s socialist EMTALA scheme.  Newt also backed the 1986 amnesty for foreign invaders and wants a second bite at that nation-destroying apple, if elected.  Please enlighten me as to just when treason became a “conservative” value?  Newt Gingrich is simply Al Gore with an “R” behind his name, both of whom voted for EMTALA and were ardent environmentalists before environmentalism became a fashion statement.

  • Rebecca Langford

    Very disappointing, Glenn. You can do better than this. Actually, you can be better than this. Isn’t it time to stop ridiculing Mitt Romney?

  • Anonymous

    Wow, you’re correct…  Romney is Mr. Conservative, and it’s darn okay as the Gov. to drive soicialized medicine through.  Solid thinking there!

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t say that McCain isn’t a leftist & agreed with you that he pushed for all of the above.  However, IMO Romney’s records to me is even worse or I will say that he is a McCain in steroids!

  • Anonymous

    The “precursor to Obamacare” line is rhetoric, not reality. We need to stop buying into the left line of thinking. Romney is wise enough to understand the huge disparity between the two and will repeal Obamacare which he fully realizes is a huge over-reach of government control. Glenn has a large audience and a tremendous influence upon the hearts and minds of many Americans and his voice could have an enormous impact on the outcome of this election. There is too much at stake to play these mindless attention-getting games. Santorum had a lot of non-conservative flaws as a candidate that Glenn chose not to recognize. Romney is a grounded, solid conservative and a great leader with a proven track record of successfully turning around bad economic situations. We need to come together as conservatives to make sure Obama is not re-elected. This silly “commie” t-hirt does more harm than good. It further divides us. It diverts attention away from what is most important….defeating Obama. It is time for Glenn to be the unifying force that he has always been. In reality, that’s why we have all came together and gravitated to Glenn in the first place, right? Let’s look for the good in Mitt Romney and the strengths he possesses. Let’s come together….encourage Glenn to do the same….and help elect Mitt Romney as the next President of the United States.

  • Anonymous

    Ah, you’re suffering from a huge case amnesia regarding the Flopper “Open Borders” McCain.  He’s truly one of the most liberal Republicans ever…  Until the polls come-out and he flips.  Why else was he 11 out of a field of 12, until he flipped on EVERTHING in 2008. No believability…  He’s a stark LIB….  Cha-cha wannabe tough guy.

  • Anonymous

    Looks like THE PEOPLE love this country a lot more than you do Glenn.
    The Tee is a mistake and you know it.
    Yes..we do all understand your humor..but do not mess with helping Obama get re-elected, there is NOTHING funny about that.

  • Anonymous

    No. I have no particular feelings.  What I said are facts & there isn’t enough space to write or give you the links that proof that Romney has been a liberal until he decided to run for Potus.

  • Anonymous

    I see that Glenn took down my comments because I fully discussed with him and his tactics.  Does he just want Obama another four years, with the type of support he is expressing that is what we can expect.  Throw the T-shirt away and come up with something supportive.

  • Anonymous

    Am starting to wonder if Glenn has lost his way and is now more concerned with being outrageous and how it will effect his viewership.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, it would be nice to post something that actually indicates you read any of these replies. Many are getting disgusted with your pandering to the far right.  I guess that’s what you are trying to accomplish. The far right, just like the far left will not decide this November election.  It will be the sensible ones in the middle.

  • Anonymous

    What a bunch of nitwads are posting here, and Glenn Beck is the biggest nitwad hypocrite of them all. Obviously Glenn does not do his homework anymore, nor does any other Santorum supporter. It doesn’t take much research to expose old Rick for the phony he is. This “true conservative” nonsense is getting sooo old. Let’s just take things one at a time shall we – getting old Arlen “turncoat” Specter elected, stealing over $70,000 from the PA school system to home school his kids while being a resident of VA, an over the top unprincipled big spender voting record, a take one forthe team attitude during his Congressional tenure, the shady deal to obtain his $2M VA estate, his dealings with big labor to try and save his failed Senate election in 2006, his portrayal of himself as blue collar, his $3M of influence peddling on K street in 18 months after losing his Senate seat, etc. And there is so much more! He is the only one that took the Obama bait on the contraception issue pushing it to the point of extremism instead of just advocating for religious freedom. Only a fool would condem the use of birth control among married couples and call for abolishing prenatal testing. We do not need Obama’s Marxist theology nor do we need Santorum’s theocratic nonsense. I am a lifelong, prolife conservative Catholic and this man is an embarrassment to my faith and to conservatism. Get over it people! Get over yourself, Glenn! Your behavior the past couple of months makes me think you ate either overly full of yourself or back on the bottle. And for all you dopes crying over “negative advertising”, they all did it. And Obama will do it in spades. Toughen up! One more thingq for all of you that are constantly invoking the Ronald Reagan legacy. I grew up in California where Reagan was one of the worst Democratic governors the state ever had. His conservative values evolved over time. Romney is a good man and will be a good President if all of you who have done our cause so much damage (yes, Glenn Beck, Mark Levin, Rush foul mouth Limbaugh, etc) will just shut up, get some class, get past your arrogance and use some intelligence by truly supporting him in this election. Put your money where your big mouth is, Glenn – 2016 will be too late. Lose the crappy t-shirt and truly be a George Washington. Or is it all just for he money and showmanship after all.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ROQTDBMZHEAIYWFGQ6NASNBTDQ JAMES SUSANKA

    it is an insult to the democracy process to name anybody a winner right now.
    the race is far from over and I am sick of lame stream media making our choices

    get educated people and think for yourselves

  • Anonymous

    People…  Like choosing between dung and crap…  Both are pretenders in their own way!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jan-Conroy/100000695756376 Jan Conroy

    I agree with you, Barbara.  Glenn has a real problem with picking loser candidates.  First, he settles on an unelectable Michele Bachmann.  Then, when she fizzled out, he cuddled up with Rick Santorum.  

    Now, anyone who has the research department Glenn says he has, and would still throw their support to the poster child for the notorious K Street Project, is either suffering from a mental disorder or failed to request his research department take a look at Tricky Rick.  Neither option bodes well for the continuation of Glenn’s nascent media empire.

    However, there is a third option and it makes me very uncomfortable.  Perhaps Glenn disrespects Romney because he doesn’t want to alienate his evangelical, anti-Mormon, and otherwise bigoted audience members.  It makes one wonder if Glenn is just in this for the money.  My subscription ends in September, I’ll wait and see If I drop another $100 for one more year.  I am willing to spend good money for good information, however, I will not spend one thin dime on bad propaganda!

  • Anonymous

    Jitney….beautifully articulated.  I, too, was very disappointed with the way Glenn has “thrown” his support to Romney.  Not what I expected from the man I have sat on the edge of my chair listening to for the past few years. There is certainly something to be said for being a good family man with strong morals! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Irma-Hannum/100000027998000 Irma Hannum

     Romney care was one of the major factors for  me not liking him.  I was concerned that if he were to be elected he would move to the left and that would be the end of us all.

    I am sure that he has learned much from all of the debates. He certainly understands that Americans do NOT want another Obama in the White House.

    If he is to be our candidate he has to ensure the American people that the EPA will be no more!  This was one of his campaign promises.  I do hope that he does not disappoint us on this matter.

    I am a cautious person, he has to reassure me weather he is the man he portrays himself to be.

                     Irma      Mullica Hill, New Jersey

  • F BC

    Glenn, you are disappointing a lot of people with your “not a commy” slam against Romney. He will be a million times better than the current man and we had all better do everything possible to make sure that he wins.

  • Anonymous

    With all due respect….a math class is order.
    Has nothing to do with the MSM.

  • Anonymous

    I think Reagan was a Republican when Gov of CA. But other than that….YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT!
    Hannity seems to be the only one that is accepting Romney..he has been fair to all of them really.
    The other ones you mentioned…they are now HARMING the country. Are you with THEM Glenn?
    Good post Lindasue1

  • F BC

    During an election, you compare 2 flawed candidates and fight for the best one. Romney will overturn Obamacare, work for energy independence, open the Keystone Pipeline, fight againt wealth redistribution, and support capitalism and liberty. That is worth fighting for!

  • Anonymous

    It will affect RESTORING LOVE..without a doubt. Hearing him preaching ‘love’ just is not going to cut it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andrew-Ryan/100001660028259 Andrew Ryan

    Glad to see all the posts here that have hope in making sure BO doesn’t get reelected.

  • http://twitter.com/goodinohio John

    Closest one to a founding father is the only principled vote.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn,
    I am extremely disappointed in your unenthusiastic support of Mitt Romney who like yourself embraces the same Christian faith.  How could you participate in selling “At Least He is Not a Commie” Tee shirts.  What were you thinking?  You should be ashamed of yourself for deriding a man with such high moral and patriotic beliefs who is fighting to save our Constitutional Rights and Freedoms.  Do you really think this will be helpful in the Republican Party’s ability to defeat Barack Obama!!  I urge you to remove your sales of these disgusting Tee shirts ASAP!!

    A Very Disappointed Former Glenn Beck Fan

  • http://twitter.com/Hwt123 hwt

    Glen , you just out your soul…Romney supports the patriot act , NDAA , SB347 and the police state we now live in and he is a puppet for the Zionist bankers who control our currency , our media and our elections…
    You are either an idiot or a paid puppet yourself…you choose.
    Ron Paul is the only candidate to ever expose the secret cartel families of the Federal Reserve…you need to an education and i offer you the chance to learn
    Vote Ron Paul and end the Fed before the dollar collapses  
    http://youtu.be/e-pNZukL5fY

  • http://www.facebook.com/cariblakeCO Cari Blake

    Jan, you cannot seriously call Gingrich the same as Gore.   He is no environmentalist and he is calling for NO regulatory standards until science is green proven, which he doesn’t see happening. He is against a Healthcare mandate as a hard lesson learned and the Heritage Foundation offered that as a defense to Hilllarycare. Obama based Obamacare on Romneycare.

    Mitt criticized Newt on immigration when he said much of the same: “Romney, who at the time [2006] had yet to
    declare his first presidential candidacy for 2008, told reporters and
    editors in Bloomberg News’s Washington bureau that the 11 million
    immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally “are not going to be rounded
    up and box-carred out.” Law-abiding people who pay taxes, learn English
    and don’t rely on government benefits should be allowed to “get in line”
    to apply for citizenship, he said. “We need to begin a process of
    registering those people, some being returned, and some beginning the
    process of applying for citizenship and establishing legal status,”
    Romney said during the March 29, 2006, session.” – Bloomberg News

    So, Romney’s past isn’t so pretty either, he was pro-choice, anti-Reagan, and among much, much more, just a couple years ago promised, if elected President, that he would try to end terrorist recruitment by providing free healthcare and free education to the world, while he praised Hezbollah for providing healthcare to Libya. Good thing, he learned to stop expressing his true desires as he lost to McCain doing that.

    Newt Gingrich does have a record to run on that will help us exactly where we need help right now. As Speaker, and unlike the current Speaker, was able to go up against a liberal President and balanced the budget for 4 years, didn’t create jobs – but better yet – got government out of the way so over 11 million jobs could be created by the private sector. Greatly reduced the welfare entitlement, cut taxes and reduced the goverment. All of this over four years allowed him to help reduced the US deficit by over $400 billion. Running the Olympics means nothing next to that. Plus, you need to remember that the current GOP Congress (that wanted Newt out) has done nothing but help spend our money, refused to cut waste and grow the government ever since he left and they want Romney because they “don’t get along” with Newt. But they will get along with Romney because he promises to do very little to stop their big government party and massive spending habits. If you would like me to go on and on about how little Romney will do to turn our country around- in his own current words, I will. But, you probably don’t want that.

  • http://twitter.com/Hwt123 hwt

    I think freedom from tyranny is worth more…Your puppet blows with the wind like a wind sock . i would not trust this socialist as far as i could throw him. Ron Paul will restore our 1st 4th 5th amendment rights and your puppet likes the patriot act , NDAA , SB347 and the police state due to wars for profit…you need to vet your choice more.

  • w. Parker

    No one is forced to do crap Glenn, but if everyone acts and speaks of Romney as you, no one would vote and obama will win the election – how stupid.  You’ve had nothing but vile things to say about each and every republican candidate.  Do you think you’re better?

  • Anonymous

    Irish Colleen,
    Thanks for your comments.  Take care.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     It is time to expose Romney. Look up Romney’s Campaign funding. The central bank cartel is funding both Obama and Romney.

    There is one conservative in this race

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

    People you have one chance to fix this mess. Romney is not the answer he is more of the same.

    It is time to get behind the only candidate that can beat Obama.

    Are your for the constitution? Then you know who to vote for.

    You say Ron Paul is not winning? Go listen to Ben Swan. He is the only reporter at Fox that is telling it like it is.

    The GOP is self Destructing

  • Anonymous

    Glen are you nuts?  You actually think voters that support Romney would wear such a shirt–that is terrible, the way you are acting you will help get Obama elected.

  • Anonymous

    w. parker,
    If your mind stays closed, you’re nearing death.  Each of us should be able to think and decide which candidate we should vote for.  If circumstances change, you ride with the waves, and make decisions accordingly.  Make me proud of you…w.parker…tell me the TRUTH…have you ever said any vile things in your life?   I have too.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    No one can make the statement that Romney is NOT a communist.  Many of them still have sleeper status.  All of the “Czars” are self-avowed communists.  He has voted with the liberals too many times for him to have much credibility as a conservative.  He says one thing and then does the opposite.  These chameleon-like actions speak much more loudly than any words uttered.  The only things that count are what is done versus what is said.  

  • Charlie Brown

    Quite simply they are all going to fail, it does not matter who is nominated, as long as they continue to ignore God’s warning of Deut 28:12 not to borrow from other nations and for them to state that as the sole reason not to do it.

    Other wise, we the ten tribes of Israel, aka the USA, will continue to receive the curses that we have reaped since 1972 when we killed the gold standard to borrow from other nations to fund the Vietnam war. Not that Afghanistan bears any resemblance 40 years later after the probation period is over.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lou.stellabotte3 Lou Stellabotte

    He’s demonstrated his ability to address every issue completely and concisely. His plan, if elected Commander and Chief has been articulated many times to the American public either during the Republican debates, interviews and campaign ads. He has always shown that he alone has not only demonstrated his intellect on domestic and foreign affairs, but a clear plan to get the economy rolling again. First day, fire all the White House Czars, repeal the Dodd Frank Bill, and Repeal the Sarbanes Oxley bill. Open the keystone pipeline, “Drill Here Drill Now” Could this be Mitt Romney? Of course not, Romney isn’t that smart!
     
    Why you’ve demonized the best candidate for President, I’ll never know. Sometimes you have to look past just the “can he beat Obama?” and ask yourself, who knows how to actually get things done in DC? It’s clear, Newt Gingrich would have made a great president. Hopefully your scathing attacks were not a significant determining factor to his dreadful poll numbers. Glenn, you do have a very strong influence on your listeners and viewers on GBTV. I’m one of them but this one we’ll just have to agree to disagree.    

  • Anonymous

    Dang, somebody who gets it, I agree with everything you said—I too am sick of Levin, Rush L. telling people how great Newt then Santorum was, he always has something negative to say about Romney, I have quit listening to all of those so-called intelligent, right-wing broadcasters.  Mitt 2012

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/6DOZMXKTMIRC3J2VQ6B7CXTS7E Marcie

    I used to have the utmost respect for you, Glenn and if it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t even be paying attention to politics, but as I write this, my eyes are welling up with tears and I can hear my heart beating in my ears. I don’t know who you are anymore. I don’t know what happened to the man who stood in that studio at Fox and told me that we were losing this country to corrupt politicians from both sides of the aisles who were systematically destroying our liberties and robbing us of our wealth through the Fed. My fiance and I are getting married in a few months and we want to start a family. I have three nieces and nephews and everytime I look into their eyes and I hear you say “vote for my shoe” I want to cry and then I want to throw up. I support Ron Paul with everything I have. I have read every book that he has written and listened carefully to the words he says and I want you to know why there is profound support for him among the youth for one reason…, (it’s here just in case you haven’t seen it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgsg7a-Ok8Q&feature=youtu.be) They have no future. None. They have no one who tell them the truth. They have no one to tell them that their country is broken and that it’s broken because of men, who for 100 years have used them as puppets in undeclared wars, have inflated their currency so that their hard-earned dollars are worthless and who have stolen their most basic rights through acts like NDAA, who have done everything they can to create a two party system which pits American against American in the most insiduous way so that they could profit from a political war that has raged at the Federal level for 100 years. I do not want to lose my children to these men and I do not want to lose my husband to another undeclared war that seeps the life out of the bravest of the brave and creates rifts in the family unit as wide as the Grand Canyon. I do not want to watch as every dollar that we earn becomes more and more useless because the Federal Reserve which does not even answer to our governing body chooses to print and print and print dollars to bail out banks and rob the American people. I was willing to give Romney a fair shake so I studied what he believes about the banking system and war and the NDAA and health care and I cannot support a man who receives all of his money from the very banks that stole our money when Bush and Obama bailed them out. I choose to support a man who has raised more money from active duty military than ALL the candidates COMBINED. I choose to support a man who opens his arms and heart to everyone regardless of what they believe and says that YOU deserve to be free because it is your RIGHT. That you deserve to keep every dime you make because it is your RIGHT. That you deserve to have a vote and a say in whether or not your husbands and children go to war because your LIFE is YOUR RIGHT. I will follow that man because I believe he fights for me and my nieces and nephews and the children that I don’t even have yet. I will continue to follow him regardless of the outcome because I believe that he is here for such a time as this…I used to believe the same thing about you…used to. I beg you if you are reading this and have children or know a child that you love…please read Ron Paul’s books and do not let someone else decide who you should vote for regardless of whether they wear an “R” or a “D” on their shirt. I honestly believe that our children’s future depends on it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeffrey-Bookman/100003344576310 Jeffrey Bookman

    I have a different take: Romney is the most prepared , qualified,  proven , honest, honorable candidate to run for President since George Washington.Tell me where I’m wrong.He has been a unmitigated success his entire life, in everything he has done.Simultanius graduate degrees from Harvard(Law and Business with honors).Multimillionare in the Private sector done on his own(didn’t keep his Dads money). Everyone who has worked with him loves and admires him. The better people know him the MORE they like him. About how many people can that be said? The Olympic turnaround success and he didn’t leave a white elephant behind in Utah. Governor in a Super blue state.Balanced budget, improved education etc. NO SCANDALS.He stands strong on his principals:He changed from pro choice to pro life in an overwhelmingly pro choice state and held firm- in other words he went with the unpopular position. Again , when the campaign started he was advised to back away from Romneycare  because it would help his chances(which is what Newt and Santorum  both did on certain issues) to do so. He refused , acknowledging that it might help him politically, but he would NOT do it because”it wouldn’t be honest”.That is not the character of a flip flopper. Last but not least:In a field of  9 able prominent  conservative candidates he was steady and sure handed , winning by far the most total votes  most states most delegates under new more difficult rules , 20 debates No missteps.To me we are lucky that the Republican electorate had enough common sence to focus on things of substance and see past the sizzle.and pick the best man for the job and most  importantly the man most likely to be able to actually do what is needed to right out faltering ship of state. Come on Glenn! we need your enthusiastic support behind Mitt to make it happen.He deserve it.

  • Anonymous

     Americans, trying not to go down the road away from our freedom, and into slavery.
    We, see our children being taken down this road of hate and separation by Progressives,
     while in they’re youth, started this huge wave of negativity and immediate self gratification.
    Now, they hide behind our children, encouraging lawlessness as a way to work our system.
    And I believe  that is all we have left, Progressives take us inches at a time toward socialism  
     And, to be transparent, still upset Bachmann didn’t start later.

  • http://www.facebook.com/keith.towell Keith Towell

    I am a conservative.  NOT A REPUBLICAN.  I left the republican party because thery were too liberal for my likes.  Obama Lite (Romney) is not a clear choice.  I held my nose and pulled the lever for McCain (nice guy also) but we still got Obama.  I am still looking for a good CONSERVATIVE.  Nominating Romney means we will get Obama for another4 years.

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     you are completely wrong.

    The only person close to George Washington is Ron Paul

    He is funded by Goldman Sachs. So is Obama.

    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out

  • Anonymous

    Glenn is coming off as a sore loser. He is begrudgingly supporting Mitt because his guy (Rick “I can’t win my own state” Santorum has thrown in the towel. It is time for all consevatives to get behind Mr. Romney and look forward to him bringing sanity back to D.C. and the rest of the country. Quit pouting Glenn. A bird may fly by and leave a deposit on your lip!

  • http://twitter.com/paoligarcy Paolina Garcia

    You have so much faith in the republic. History has never been kind to Republics. Rome’s fed christians to lions. France’s guillotined women and children. Germany’s elected Hitler. Not a good track record.

  • Anonymous

    hwt
    First of all, Glenn Beck’s name is spelled with two n’s.  Your comment to Glenn was rude and you owe him an apology!  You are a fool if you can’t recognize that Glenn has more intelligence in his little finger than you have in your entire body.  Your facts about MITT ROMNEY are totally inaccurate.  He is the only candidate that can and will defeat Obama.  As for Ron Paul, he is a nice man, and when we need a nice man, we’ll keep him in mind.  Our White House has Muslim Brotherhood running around, Marxists, and miscellaneous radicals.  Ron Paul is a 76 year old man, and this is not time for us to throw stress at him.  We need to throw Obama out on his two big ears, and convict him of ACTS of TREASON, along with his radicals.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://twitter.com/djaquest David J Andrews

     have cancelled!

  • http://FarTooMuch.Info JRuss

    Romney is against abortion, but for for choice.  In other words I would expect him to say “As for me and my house, we chose not to abort, but as for thy house, thou may chose for thyself.” 
     

  • Anonymous

    rjeagle,
    Glenn did not have the Tee Shirts printed.  It is something the Staff handles.  They are considering your comments.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    F B C
    Glenn did not order the printing of the Tee Shirts.   The Staff handles this.  Your comments are being considered.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://www.facebook.com/bobwms Robert A. Williams

    Romney enacted his version of Obamacare, which at that time was the will of he people of Mass. They must have liked it, as it is still going strong. You don’t like it, and I don’t like it, but the folks of Mass haven’t voted it out. Remember – these are the folks who love Barney Frank, so clearly their elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top floor.

  • landofaahs

    You can mock all you want to Glenn, but you are making it very easy for me to vote 3rd party since you also don’t care much for Romney.  The only difference between romney and obama is a few hours.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Bird/646591251 David Bird

    Glenn, it is time to come together and be united. Time to really fight against Obama and his creepy agenda. Strengthen, don’ weaken the effort.

  • Anonymous

    RON PAUL 2012 Wake up America. Wake up Glenn. Everything you have taught me in the last 4 years leads to Ron Paul. Piss on the GOP.

  • Anonymous

    The Obama campaign will tear Romney to shreds. They will not hesitate to infer the Mormon depth in Romney and his backers, and I must say I and many others would agree.
    Recently a young man at a Romney speech asked him the obvious question – does your faith prohibit mixed race marriages (Mormonism) – Romney snapped back NO. Not true to his faith, not true to his stated governmental beliefs as shown in Mass., not true to what else.
    And…what portion of his significant backing comes from the Mormon community?
    Yet it is a pale shadow of the dollars Obama has behind him.
    Too bad Rick Santorum chose to leave the field.

  • Anonymous

    Unless it is tongue in cheek, I am disappointed Glenn is treating / dissing Romney, a fellow Christian and Mormon, so shabbily. I know Glenn had been fawning over Santorum and look where that got us…

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

    Romney doesn’t care about me and neither does Obama, both are out for themselves

  • Anonymous

    2002s2k
    Hi…2002s2k!    One thing for sure…Glenn is NEVER a sore loser.  He has EXPOSED so much TRUTH for us, at the expense of his needing security for the many threats he has received.  He went to Israel with his family to do a program, called, ” Restoring Courage.”  He pointed out to the people of Israel that “no one could teach the people of Israel a thing about courage.”  Glenn and his wife, Tanya, went into the Gas Chambers to see where the 6,000,000 Jewish victims were killed by Nazi’s.  I am very grateful to GLENN BECK for bringing the importance of TRUTH to me.  It is likely that Glenn Beck was disappointed in Santorum dropping out, but he is supporting MITT ROMNEY because he chooses to.  Glenn Beck has taught us more facts and predictions.  Did you want him to predict that Santorum was dropping out?
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    ROMNEY = PRAGMATIC SOLUTIONS

    –ROMNEY LED THE
    WAY to SOLVE Mass. HEALTH CARE problem by ELIMINATING HEALTHCARE MOOCHERS and
    to PROTECT taxpayers from deadbeats taking advantage of a Federal law
    and using ERs for non-urgent care, for FREE (vs. OBAMACARE = SOCIALISTS using
    Mass HC as a tool to get Federal government control over American’s health care
    = stepping stone to single payer health care = total control over citizens.) Mass. CITIZENS LIKED this PLAN. If done in other
    states, would have PREVENTED OBAMACARE.
    Romney expanded coverage (OBAMACARE DECREASES), NO massive taxes increases
    (OBAMACARE DOES), NO DAMAGE to Medicare (OBAMACARE STEALS $500B), NO death
    panels (OBAMCARE DOES), NO new agencies or budget gimmicks (OBAMACARE CREATES
    100’S OF NEW AGENCES AND TAXES). ROMNEY HAD 3 CHOICES IN MASS: 1) veto
    everything, GET OVERRIDDEN and made irrelevant (the probable Gingrich
    solution); 2) work with the Dems to GET A CONSERVATIVE BILL AS POSSIBLE (Romney
    actually did); or 3) just sign whatever the Dems sent him (the Santorum “GO
    ALONG TO GET ALONG” solution). CHOSE the PRAGMATIC and the conservative
    way, the REAGAN WAY of doing the people’s business in a liberal state and 85%
    Democrat legislature who added costs Romney could not get overridden. Paul
    Clement, the ATTORNEY representing the states against Obamacare, told the
    court, JUST AS ROMNEY has told Republican primary voters, that STATES HAVE
    POWER TO ENACT INDIVIDUAL MANDATE, whereas the FEDERAL GOV’T has NO SUCH
    AUTHORITY.

     

    IMMIGRATION

    –ROMNEY NOT FOR
    AMNESTY. Supports fair immigration. SUPPORTS STATES RIGHTS and puts AMERICAN
    CITIZENS FIRST. ROMNEY BLOCKED GIVEAWAYS
    and DRIVERS LICENSES for ILLEGALS. 

     

    ECONOMY

    –ROMNEY OPPOSED
    Federal BAILOUTS of UNIONS as Gov’t propped up GM and Chrysler.

    –ROMNEY &
    73% OF REPUBLICANS & 51 % DEMOCRATS
    oppose the phony Detroit bailout.

    –ROMNEY will WAIVER
    & SET UP REPEALS OF OBAMACARE first day.

    –ROMNEY has
    plan to STOP CHINA from RIPPING OFF America.

    –ROMNEY PROMOTED
    / PROTECTS STATES’ RIGHTS (Constitutional Federalism).

    –ROMNEY ONLY has focused on ENTITLEMENTS & MEDICARE & SOCIAL
    SECURITY unlike opponents.  

    –ROMNEY SUPPORTS
    RYAN’S PLAN as a sensible, but firm approach to not upset markets. 

    –ROMNEY ONLY has ever RUN ANYTHING. Santorum nor Obama has
    not.  

    –ROMNEY has NOT RAISED DEBT LIMIT NOR voted for EARMARKS. His
    opponents have.

    –ROMNEY will OPEN UP COAL-NATURAL GAS-OIL resources FIRST
    DAY to unleash prosperity.

    –ROMNEY will EXPAND MILITARY to make American strong
    (again).

    –ROMNEY will REDUCE GOVERNMENT INTRUSION on business FIRST
    DAY to get the Gov’t. boot off our backs. UNION
    BOSSES ATTACK ROMNEY  because ROMNEY will
    END the expensive and WASTEFUL SWEETHEART DEALS UNIONS have under OBAMA.
    –ROMNEY ECON PLAN PRAISED BY KUDLOW. ROMNEY BACKS RYAN’s NEWEST
    PLAN. Has after-tax INCENTIVES. Will LOWER everyone’s
    TAXES 20% across the board. Americans KEEP MORE of what they EARN
    after-tax, the INCENTIVE MODEL of growth = REAGAN supply side. CUTS the
    corporate TAX to 25 percent, REPEALS the ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX, ABOLISHES the
    DEATH TAX and ENDS the REPATRIATION TAX on the FOREIGN EARNINGS of U.S. companies
    BROUGHT BACK HOME. ADDRESSES ENTITLEMENTS. RYAN has PRAISED ROMNEY’S details on
    ENTITLEMENT REFORM, EXTENDING AGE ELIGIBLIITY; CREATE FREE-MARKET CHOICE and BENEFIT
    LIMITS to existing MEDICARE system. PLAN IS PRO-GROWTH. UNLEASHES American
    TECHNOLOGY for the energy revolution. FAVORS American OPPORTUNITY and SUCCESS.
    CAPTURES American ECONOMIC SPIRIT.  

     

    Hello GLENN BECK AND FELLOW AMERICANS!
    — What is not to ADMIRE IN A CANDIDATE LIKE THIS?? 

  • Anonymous

    Keith Towell,
    You are incorrect.  However, if you feel that strongly about it, vote directly for Obama.  Cut out the middle man.  I am voting for MITT ROMNEY who can and WILL DEFEAT Obama.   I intend to convict Obama and Soros for Acts of Treason, so your vote is not worth much.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    ONLY TOO BAD FOR SANTORUM GROUPEES…the rest of us Tea Party Conservatives are glad he is out so we can help Romney defeat Nobama.

  • Anonymous

    PRAGMATIC SOLUTIONS

    –ROMNEY LED THE
    WAY to SOLVE Mass. HEALTH CARE problem by ELIMINATING HEALTHCARE MOOCHERS and
    to PROTECT taxpayers from deadbeats taking advantage of a Federal law
    and using ERs for non-urgent care, for FREE (vs. OBAMACARE = SOCIALISTS using
    Mass HC as a tool to get Federal government control over American’s health care
    = stepping stone to single payer health care = total control over citizens.) Mass. CITIZENS LIKED this PLAN. If done in other
    states, would have PREVENTED OBAMACARE.
    Romney expanded coverage (OBAMACARE DECREASES), NO massive taxes increases
    (OBAMACARE DOES), NO DAMAGE to Medicare (OBAMACARE STEALS $500B), NO death
    panels (OBAMCARE DOES), NO new agencies or budget gimmicks (OBAMACARE CREATES
    100’S OF NEW AGENCES AND TAXES). ROMNEY HAD 3 CHOICES IN MASS: 1) veto
    everything, GET OVERRIDDEN and made irrelevant (the probable Gingrich
    solution); 2) work with the Dems to GET A CONSERVATIVE BILL AS POSSIBLE (Romney
    actually did); or 3) just sign whatever the Dems sent him (the Santorum “GO
    ALONG TO GET ALONG” solution). CHOSE the PRAGMATIC and the conservative
    way, the REAGAN WAY of doing the people’s business in a liberal state and 85%
    Democrat legislature who added costs Romney could not get overridden. Paul
    Clement, the ATTORNEY representing the states against Obamacare, told the
    court, JUST AS ROMNEY has told Republican primary voters, that STATES HAVE
    POWER TO ENACT INDIVIDUAL MANDATE, whereas the FEDERAL GOV’T has NO SUCH
    AUTHORITY.

     

    INTEGRITY

    –ROMNEY’S INTEGRITY
    has allowed America and media to examine his life story, medical record, school
    transcripts, income taxes and business dealings. CAN’T SAY THIS ABOUT OBAMA.

     

    IMMIGRATION

    –ROMNEY NOT FOR
    AMNESTY. Supports fair immigration. SUPPORTS STATES RIGHTS and puts AMERICAN
    CITIZENS FIRST. ROMNEY BLOCKED GIVEAWAYS
    and DRIVERS LICENSES for ILLEGALS. 

     

    ECONOMY

    –ROMNEY OPPOSED
    Federal BAILOUTS of UNIONS as Gov’t propped up GM and Chrysler.

    –ROMNEY &
    73% OF REPUBLICANS & 51 % DEMOCRATS
    oppose the phony Detroit bailout.

    –ROMNEY will WAIVER
    & SET UP REPEALS OF OBAMACARE first day.

    –ROMNEY has
    plan to STOP CHINA from RIPPING OFF America.

    –ROMNEY PROMOTED
    / PROTECTS STATES’ RIGHTS (Constitutional Federalism).

    –ROMNEY ONLY has focused on ENTITLEMENTS & MEDICARE & SOCIAL
    SECURITY unlike opponents.  

    –ROMNEY SUPPORTS
    RYAN’S PLAN as a sensible, but firm approach to not upset markets. 

    –ROMNEY ONLY has ever RUN ANYTHING. Santorum nor Obama has
    not.  

    –ROMNEY has NOT RAISED DEBT LIMIT NOR voted for EARMARKS. His
    opponents have.

    –ROMNEY will OPEN UP COAL-NATURAL GAS-OIL resources FIRST
    DAY to unleash prosperity.

    –ROMNEY will EXPAND MILITARY to make American strong
    (again).

    –ROMNEY will REDUCE GOVERNMENT INTRUSION on business FIRST
    DAY to get the Gov’t. boot off our backs. UNION
    BOSSES ATTACK ROMNEY  because ROMNEY will
    END the expensive and WASTEFUL SWEETHEART DEALS UNIONS have under OBAMA.
    –ROMNEY ECON PLAN PRAISED BY KUDLOW. ROMNEY BACKS RYAN’s NEWEST
    PLAN. Has after-tax INCENTIVES. Will LOWER everyone’s
    TAXES 20% across the board. Americans KEEP MORE of what they EARN
    after-tax, the INCENTIVE MODEL of growth = REAGAN supply side. CUTS the
    corporate TAX to 25 percent, REPEALS the ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX, ABOLISHES the
    DEATH TAX and ENDS the REPATRIATION TAX on the FOREIGN EARNINGS of U.S. companies
    BROUGHT BACK HOME. ADDRESSES ENTITLEMENTS. RYAN has PRAISED ROMNEY’S details on
    ENTITLEMENT REFORM, EXTENDING AGE ELIGIBLIITY; CREATE FREE-MARKET CHOICE and BENEFIT
    LIMITS to existing MEDICARE system. PLAN IS PRO-GROWTH. UNLEASHES American
    TECHNOLOGY for the energy revolution. FAVORS American OPPORTUNITY and SUCCESS.
    CAPTURES American ECONOMIC SPIRIT.  

     

    Hello AMERICANS!
    — What is not to ADMIRE IN A CANDIDATE LIKE THIS?? 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeffrey-Bookman/100003344576310 Jeffrey Bookman

    Romney will go down as one of the great Presidents. Glenn, get on board!

  • Anonymous

    Delores, Glenn is a true patriot and teacher. You are correct that he has exposed so much truth for us. But the truth is that it is now Mitt Romney that will face President Obama in the fall and making lite of his apparent primary victory with the slogan “at least he’s not a commie” comes of as childish. I love Glenn for what he has done for the thinking men and women of this country but he does get off track occasionally. : )

  • Anonymous

    MARCIE,
    I really believe that you are sincere, but you have no idea what GLENN BECK has been put through in order to bring us the TRUTH at Fox News.  Threats on his life, bulletproof vests, and high security.  Nine percent of the voting stock was held by a Saudi-Arabian who didn’t like Glenn telling the TRUTH.  As for Ron Paul, he is 76 years old, and could never endure the Office of the Presidency.  Moreover, he knows the necessity for auditing the Federal Reserve, but he doesn’t know it all.  Auditing the Fed without a direct audit of the U.S. Treasury is meaningless.  The Treasury and the Fed pass numbers back and forth.  To audit one is worthless.  Bernanke is printing the money at the Fed as he so desires, but Timothy Geinthner who works for Obama is stacking up accounts for, “The New World Order.”  Obama and Soros want this Order for the world, because Hitler called his movement by the same name, and Soros worked for the Nazi’s during World War II. Soros helped the Nazi’s by gathering possesions, while the Nazi’s took the Jewish victims to the gas chambers.  GLENN BECK, if you read this, I believe that Marcie really appreciates you,  but has no idea of what you have been through to bring the TRUTH to us.  Thank you, Glenn.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carol-Morgan/100000253121773 Carol Morgan

     i hate to say or think anything negative about glenn, but i see what you mean. what i have done is go to gbtv and to the support link, then to the subscriber feedback and tell him how you feel. i have done that and seen changes in what i addressed to him. it is scary; with this attitude he will cost romney votes and we will get obama back. i am going to do what i just suggested. please doo the same.     back in a minute….

  • Anonymous

    2002s2k
    Thanks for your comments.  Keep in mind that the Staff has certain duties that you might attribute to GLENN BECK.  You say that Glenn gets off track occasionally…I am glad to hear that, because it makes him human.  We all get off track occasionally…don’t you 2002s2k?  I’m glad that you love Glenn Beck.  I do too.  Take care.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001428136688 Patricia Clayborn

    Has everybody forgotten that Ron Paul is STILL in the race? I bet he comes from behind and takes the whole thing!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for outlining so well the truth about Mitt Romney’s record. As much as I love and appreciate most of the hard work Glenn has done, he is simply wrong about Mitt Romney. Glenn is responsible in some degree for further confusing and dividing the party and the conservative base. Unfortunately much of the uninformed brain washing damage has already been done. I would like to see Glenn swallow his pride, recognize the truth of which you have outlined and appologize to his audience for furthering the confusion. Your message is well said….well received…and I say….THE TRUH LIVES HERE - not in Beck’s misguided biases.

  • Anonymous

    dennis reilly,
    I care about you, Dennis.  I’m voting for MITT RONNEY so that we can throw Obama and his 23 czars out of White House.
    Delores Smith
    Delore109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    Glenn if you really want to defeat Obama, you need to be more forceful than “at least he is not a commy” comment.Y

    You have a legions of followers and egging them to actively participate in convincing people the disaster that will come to us when or if Obama gets his second term is of utmost importance.

  • Anonymous

    read Romney’s book and check your statements —-Romney’s NO answer is true to his faith  – Mormonism does not prohibit mixed marriages.  He is not campaiging on religious doctrine. He is putting forth his plans for America’s recovery and he has proven  he has the business experience and leadership to make it happen.  He has integrety and organizational ability that has been demonstrated in his campaign which will be substantial and strong for the Republicans to oust Obama!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carol-Morgan/100000253121773 Carol Morgan

     you guys who want to back romney do my heart good. to me he looks like just the guy who can hit the ground running! please go to gbtv, customer support, feedback for glenn, and tell him how you feel., i have done that and yes i have seen change. he has to know how we feel and to change his atitude so he doesn’t lose votes for romney with this begrudging attitude!

  • Anonymous

    Northern_Patriot9
    I can tell you one thing:  MITT ROMNEY gives 10% of his income to the Mormon Church, as do all Mormons and many Christians.   Romney probably snapped, “NO”, because Mormorism is not a Race.  It is a religion.  I STAND WITH ISRAEL;  I STAND WITH MORMONS; AND, I STAND WITH CHRISTIANS WHO ARE BEING KILLED IN EGYPT;  AND, I STAND WITH GLENN BECK, MY MENTOR.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    I agree Jitney and appreciate your post. I am such a fan Glenn, but your “support” has truly disappointed me! I expected so much more from a man that supposedly holds the same values as Romney.

  • Anonymous

    thank you for that comment khmichaels!

  • Anonymous

    pklamb- way to go! agree agree!

  • http://www.facebook.com/delsaw Delsa Weekes

    After this gig I am thinking strongly of turning you off permenantly. .This is not funny..

  • Anonymous

    If you have watched and listened to Glenn,  you should know him well.   We could cry or we can laugh.  I would prefer laughing, it is could for your body.   Glenn will support the nominee to get OBAMA OUT.   I am upset because I didn’t get the opportunity to vote who I wanted like these swing states.  I don’t get to vote until May 29.  They should make all states vote at the same time as they do in the General Election.  That was ALL citizens can vote their conscience.   Now,  I either vote someone else conscience or don’t vote at all (that is what some people will do).   I will vote no matter what but it sure is tempting.    

  • Karen Johnson

    Glenn, I am SO disappointed in you and your ‘slogan’ about Mitt Romney. You were once a hero to me.  Unfortunately, you have stooped to a new low.  I know you understand the influence you can have on people.  I have bought your books, suggested reading books, etc. Mitt IS a good man.  He will repeal Obamacare.  He DOES have experience that will be valuable to this nation.  I’m sorry to say that I will not be renewing my subscription to GBTV

  • Anonymous

     Ditto, I too am disappointed in Glenn and his ‘funny’ men on radio.  Santorum was a whiny butt, crying about everything concerning why he wasn’t the front runner.  He should have maintained a discussion as to what he would bring to the table vs. whining all the time and he would’ve been the candidate!

  • Anonymous

    I have always like Glenn Beck but I find it hard kinda hard to overlook the fact that he is falling in line with the Obama campaign strategy to minimize Romney. I am also surprised that he doesn’t know the distinguish between 1)a state run and a federal run healthcare program.and 2) the H,C, program Romney signed on to and the one left over after Massachusetts’ heavily democratic congress overrode his video and changed it dramatically.

  • Anonymous

     In some ways he is more conservative than the other candidates but he loses me with some of his radical  foreign policy and legalization of all drugs ideas.

  • Karen Johnson

    Glenn, maybe you should read your “sweater” book again.  I LOVED that book, but your actions lately suggest that maybe you never really have grown up.

  • Pege Gooberton

    Fascism YEA!

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

    How is saving our economy by avoiding going broke radical. There are many in the cia and the former head of the bin laden unit say Ron Paul is 100 % correct on Foreign Policy.

    If You listen to Netinyahu’s speech to the congress he specifically said israel didn’t want our money or our troops on their land.

    How is following the Constitution ( the Law of Our Land ) radical. All he is saying is that war should be declared though the congress.Then it should have a strategy that we go in and win it fast. He is the only candidate who has been in the military and he is backed by over 70% of the active Duty troops

    As far as the drugs, his point is that it is not the role of the federal government. once you target one group you don’t like, eventually everyone gets singled out. Hitler Did the same thing.

    he wants the states to take care of it and not the federal government.

    The most dangerous drug is already legal.

    If you believe in freedom and want this country back Ron Paul is the only one who has a 30 year track record of fighting for the people.

    He fought for 30 years to get an audit of the fed. After 30 years, he finally got a partial audit and found 15 TRILLION in fraud.

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     Romney Does not stand a chance. Ron Paul polls better against obama and has for a very long time but unfortunately the MSM won’t tell you that. You have to research for yourself.

    You have two choices

    Obama

    Ron Paul

    The anti war crowd is 70% Romney can’t get the independents

  • Anonymous

    Thanks, Glenn. Just what we needed … another detractor for the only candidate that we have to beat Obama. Not very bright. Glenn has done some fine things, but this iis just DUMB.

  • Anonymous

    They don’t care about you, Dennis because you’re a self-centered cry baby.

  • Anonymous

    You call that slogan “SUPPORT?”

  • Anonymous

    Glenn’s shoe 2012!

  • Anonymous

    NDAA 2012 – Negates the 5th Amendment by allowing the arrest and indefinite detainment of any American and allows for the military to act as a police force on American soil – Thus negating the 5th Amendment and directly reflecting fascism. Romney publicly unequivocally supports the NDAA 2012 “as written”.

    Romney stated that he believes the Executive office has and should have the power to declare war without the approval of Congress, but states that he would consult lawyers and seek international consensus first.

    Romney has stated a need for government regulation of firearms.

    Romney believes that Global Warming is real and has stated that he believes it is the duty of government to counter the negative effects of global warming.

    Romney supports the highest overall taxes of any candidate not named Obama.

    Romney was the first governor in the history of the United States to mandate healthcare and consulted population control advocates such as John Holdren when creating the structure for Romneycare.

    Romney’s biggest financial backers have publicly stated (i.e. Julian Robertson) that they support Romney because Romney will increase taxes and supports the Green Movement.

    Romney names numerous things he’ll do for the country. Well, Obama is doing a lot for the country. That’s the problem. It’s not the province of the President to direct the country. It’s the province of the President to make sure we are defended and to participate in the checks and balances system.

    What’s your beef with Obama? I know what mine is. Our federal government is overstepping the boundaries of what government’s role in the lives of citizens should be. It’s not the province of government to regulate, provide, or mandate healthcare. It’s not the province of government to regulate, provide, bailout, or establish mandates to the extent it now does. It is not the province of the federal government to establish minimum wages. It is not the province of government to deny free trade by establishing a singular government controlled currency based on debt. It is not the province of government to deny the right to bear arms.

    All of these issues are why this country is no longer a Constitutional Republic. To call it such is an absolute falsehood. This country is now, in historical context, the definition of a fascist nation. Specifically a corporate fascist nation.

    Romney has never expressed a position of restoring America back to a Constitutional Republic. Romney HAS expressed that he believes there is need for government to have a role in all of these issues. Romney represents simply a different way of doing the same thing. He promises to spend less and be more efficient. A more efficient collectivist? We don’t need someone to do the same things more efficiently. We need someone to end the reign. Romney is not that person.

  • Anonymous

     Why don’t you refute me instead of making nonsensical responses. Explain to me how supporting the NDAA 2012 is not fascist. Explain to me how believing the President is not bound by the Constitution and system of checks and balances and can go to war without Congress is not fascist. Explain to me how a more efficient version of the current economic system (corporate fascism) is not fascist. Explain to me how believing in federally mandated regular increases to minimum wage is not fascist. Explain to me how supporting cap-and-trade is not fascist. Explain to me how supporting Pro-Choice and Planned Parenthood for over 30 years as well as supporting a population control advocate for President in ’92 and consulting population control advocates when forming Romneycare and funding “reproductive health” programs with tax money is not fascist. 

    Should a state government have more leeway to regulate and control state economies than the federal government should have to regulate and control the national economy? Certainly. Especially since I don’t believe that the federal government should be regulating the economy at all outside of enforcing the justice system. But that doesn’t mean it is right for a state government to do whatever it is allowed to do. That doesn’t mean it is conservative to do so. That doesn’t mean it is ethical to do so. Fascism on the state level is still fascism.

    But I’m open to have my mind changed. Please, by all means, show me how Romney is a consummate free market capitalist. My eyes are wide open.

  • Anonymous

     I suppose saying something relevant never occurred to you.

  • Anonymous

    Romney is the Obama of the Republican Party:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bM_si-JVfhI

    *Romney supports government mandated healthcare
    http://mittromneycentral.com/op-eds/2009-op-eds/mr-president-whats-the-rush/
    *Romney supports taxpayer funded healthcare
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6DrH6P9OC0
    *Romney supports the NDAA 2012 – “as written”.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4Q6xbP86GM
    *Romney opposed the Blunt Bill.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x94nMnSnGFw&feature=related
    *Romney supports automatically increasingly higher minimum wage mandates.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-oGn6-dypE
    *Romney appointed numerous liberal judges.
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/romney-judicial-record-liberals-running-wild/
    *Romney supported Planned Parenthood for most of his years in politics (I maintain that the only reason he flip flopped on PP is because they’re chosing Democrats over him).
    http://prolifeprofiles.com/mitt-romney-abortion
    http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/2012/02/07/mitt-romney-sought-planned-parenthoods-endorsement-in-his-2002-governors-run/comment-page-1/
    *Romney was pro-choice during his senate run and during his first term as governor (explicitly during his 2002 campaign). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNDsyKnQIes&feature=related
    *Romney supported the bailouts
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QDxcrcpY98
    *Romney’s supported Tsongas’ run for the Dem nomination in 1992.
    http://cnsnews.com/blog/terence-p-jeffrey/romney-voted-population-control-fanatic-presidential-candidate
    *Romney consulted John Holdren.
    http://saynsumthn.wordpress.com/2011/10/18/republican-mitt-romney-consulted-population-control-eugenics-czar-john-holdren/
    *On Jan. 1, 2006, Massachusetts became the first state to regulate CO2 emissions with Mitt Romney as Governor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BpgLYryI8g
    http://www.globalclimatescam.com/2011/10/will-romney-hire-obama%E2%80%99s-climate-change-guru-holdren/
    *Romney was (and I believe still is) pro-gun control
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk1bJOpYUqE&feature=related
    *Romney believes that the Executive Office does and should have the power to go to war without the approval of Congress.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdFk8nLxQjc&feature=player_embedded
    *Romney supports the ‘sovereignty’ of the Federal Reserve.
    http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/1123916427001/mitt-romney-on-the-federal-reserve-taxes/

    Romney, speaking at a University of New Hampshire town hall June 3, 2011:
    “I don’t speak for the scientific community, of course,but I believe the world’s getting warmer. I can’t prove that, but I believe based on what I read that the world is getting warmer. And number two, I believe that humans contribute to that.
    “I don’t know how much our contribution is to that because I know there have been periods of greater heat and warmth in the past but I believe that we contributed to that. And so I think it’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may well be significant contributors to the climate change and the global warming that you’re seeing.”

    Overall, Romney’s biggest financial supporters favor increasing taxes, capping greenhouse gasses, and legalizing gay marriage, and were also supporters of Hillary Clinton for President.
    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/article/romney-shows-politics-makes-strange-bedfellows/353561

    Million dollar supporter Julian Robertson sees Romney as a friend of the Green Movement and as a person who will increase taxes.
    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/million-dollar-romney-donor-expects-cap-and-trade/413086

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQwrB1vu74c
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeZUAYOvsfA&feature=related

    You were saying?

  • Anonymous

     You think it’s great that Romney thinks it’s the job of the President to take control and change things? That’s what Obama is doing. Romney just represents a different way of doing the same thing. It’s collectivism either way. With Obama it’s Marxist. With Romney it’s in the form of corporate fascism.

    So what’s wrong with Glenn Beck not being completely happy with the nomination? Romney has said far worse about his opponents.

    The truth is that a good POTUS would eliminate the assumed powers the federal government has taken upon itself outside the scope of the Constitutional limitations. The truth is if Romney was anything like a conservative or libertarian he would be against the NDAA 2012, not for it. If Romney was an advocate of a Constitutional Republic he’d know that it’s not his place to “fix” the economy. It’s his job to pull the government out of the economy. Instead, he believes in the highest taxes of any candidate not named Obama. Instead, he believes in federally mandated regular increases to the minimum wage. Instead he believes in the government regulation of healthcare. Oh yeah, sure, he rails against Obamacare. What’s wrong with Obamacare to Romney? It wasn’t done the right way.

    Read my response above to the pro-Romney spammer. Check out the links. See for yourself who Romney is.

    Want more? Just ask for it. I’ve actually done my homework on Romney.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, what are you doing? At least he’s not a commie? Let me tell you something: Whether it was Mitt Romney or Donald Duck, at this point he is our only hope of saving this country. If you fail to get behind this man and rally with everything you’ve got, you’ll be nothing but a hypocrite. Stand behind your rhetoric man.

  • Anonymous

    I hope you are reading these comments from your once loyal fans, Beck. We’ve seen better than you go down before.  Lately, you sure don’t seem like the Paul Revere you once were. Been hitting the bottle again?

  • Anonymous

     “Hi, my name is Mitt Romney. Let me tell you a few things about myself…”
    “I’m the Etch-a-Sketch man.”
    “Did you know that in 1992 my wife announced the funny fact that before I ran against Kennedy for Senate we didn’t know a single Republican?”
    “In 1992 I voted for Tsongas (a population control advocate) in the Democratic Presidential Primary.”
    “I was Pro-Choice my whole life until I decided I wanted to run for President.”
    “I consulted population control advocates when considering government healthcare policies.”
    “A fun fact about me is that I oversaw the institution of the first centralized government mandate for healthcare in the history of the country. Don’t soil this accomplishment by pointing out that in all of U.S. history no liberal or conservative governor had ever done such a thing since the founding of the country.”
    “Environmentalists love me. Heck, just last summer I made a great speech promoting the Global Warming scam*** *cough* I mean awareness.”
    “I’m the only candidate that Wall Street really loves besides Obama. Just check out the hefty donations. I wonder what it is about me and Obama that Wall Street loves so much?” *wink*
    “The NDAA 2012 was a great bill and I said so on national television. Now, if I’m elected I don’t have to recognize the 5th Amendment.”
    “You know, when it comes to things like going to war I think international consensus and lawyers are really who should be making the decisions.”

    “Oh yeah! Hey, did you guys see me speaking in 2002? Video link below. I’m a total Progressive, but don’t tell the Republicans.”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=nT01tm0ASkE

    “It was nice having the opportunity to introduce myself. There sure is a lot more to know about me, but hey, we’ll have time for that after I’m elected. Until then, I know that Obama seems like he’s a lot like me, but I’m more of a corporate fascist than an out-and-out Marxist. So, please, vote for me, Romney.”

    – Paid for by Nobody –
    (I believe in charity, not socialism)

  • Anonymous

    Then vote for Obama. You have a choice. Sounds like you already made it.

  • Anonymous

    I agree Glen, Romney is absolutly the worst nominee we could have. Other than, all the other worst nominee’s we were told to choose from. Keep you eye on the goal. You have a responsability to help us get Obamba out of office and this kind of talk only strengthens Obamas supporters. Please think about the consecences of your words. Their are too many of us that are looking to you to lead us out of the darkness. Pray on it and listen to the responce.

  • Anonymous

     Just out of curiosity, does his website specify how “Reduce Waste and Fraud” works to save exactly “$60 billion”?

    How about this: Vote for me. I will reduce waste and fraud and MY plan will save $100 billion!

    “Align Federal Employee Compensation With The Private Sector” – Savings $47 billion – Tell me, does it say that this will be done to ALL federal employees? What about elected officials? What about appointed officials? What about the staff of elected officials? You all do realize there are multiple tiers to federal employment just as there is in the private sector, right? So is it across the board? What is the private sector compensation? How does he plan to lower the standard of compensation with union employment? How does he plan to lower the standard of compensation with contract employees? How is lowering the standard of compensation supposed to achieve $47 billion?

    How about this: Vote for me. I will lower federal employee pay to half of what the private sector earns and save $150 billion!

    I could keep going with this but hopefully those with a brain will get the point. They’re baseless claims. They’re ridiculous. Anyone can claim random numbers for ambiguous “reductions”. And the “savings” figures are just laughable. $60 billion… in what? A year? In 4 years? Worse still, the figures are pathetically small and don’t represent coming even close to breaking even, let alone starting us on the path to getting out of debt. And then, it’s all still supporting a monetary system based on debt instead of real capital value. IT’S STILL CORPORATE FASCISM!

    Last – I just have to say, I’ve visited both Mitt Romney’s main site and the “electmitt” site. I didn’t see all of your figures on either site. I don’t know where you got some of them from. Please, provide links if you can or at least direct the rest of us to where exactly this information can be found. Furthermore, the main thing I’ve noticed about Romney’s campaign all along is a LACK of clear positions on specific issues. Why is that? Because Romney is the “newer better status quo” guy. I’m wrong? Prove it.

  • Anonymous

     You’re the typical Rombot. You interpret being opposed to Romney as being a vote for Obama. Not so. Since both represent collectivism I will be voting for neither. Thanks for the suggestion anyway.

  • Anonymous

    What has changed is more exposure to Romney – his thoughts, ideas, reactions during debates, seeming lack of toughmindedness, his stick-board mannerisms, and much more. A question always remains – is he just saying that to become the candidate of choice, or does he really mean what he’s saying? Sometimes it can be tough to tell the difference, with Romney. He will likely be the candidate, at this point, barring a surprise at the convention. He says he will bring in the ‘right people’ with the expertise regarding the nation’s problems …. will they be the ‘right people,’ indeed – or will they be folks who donated to his campaign to whom he made promises that he must keep? Too many politicians find themselves making promises – and later, have to make good on those promises ~~ much to the detriment of the American people. Since the beginning of his campaign, Romney has seemed to have trouble projecting his sincerity to the people. That may be the undefinable ‘thing’ that has kept him from sweeping away his opponents. Another is that some folks remember his dad, George Romney – who represented the liberal wing of the Republican Party, supporting civil rights initiatives and Government social programs and opposing the war in Vietnam.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with a lot of his foreign policy and about not going broke. Cutting way back on spending to foreign countries is great. Declaring war through Congress is the only way.Drugs simply should not be legalized, it would be tremendously harmful and send the wrong message to our youth. The drug alled alcohol that was legalized does great harm in our society. Problen is we can’t stick our heads in the sand about terrorism and we didn’t cause 9/11. It was due to muslim radicals and their zealous hate of us. Legalizing all drugs and not taking steps to protect our country, like ignoring Iran nuke system and isolationism is radical.

  • Anonymous

    Um, isn’t the difference between Romneycare and Obamacare that R/care was just for the state

    of MA and the people seemed to WANT it and O/care is for the entire nation and (apparently)

    the majority of the folks DON’T want it?   Romney has stated numerous times that if elected, he 

    would call for the repeal of O/care and let each state decide what type of health care they want

    to choose for their citizens.   At least two thing that differentiate Mitt and B.O. are: 1) Romney

    loves America and 2) Mitt is pro-business.   We pretty much know from his actions how the

    Prez feels about these two matters.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t understand where Glenn and the boys are going with this bit!  I agree with “childish” , “dumb”, “rude” and all the rest. I took the time, as a good citizen should, to watch the debates and otherwise study the candidates, as Glenn taught.  It wasn’t long before I felt that Romney had true business experience, could learn from mistakes, was a good human being  (the amt. of $ he has given in charity, for instance), as well as coming across as presidential.  He did a 180 with the Olympics. And for someone who ran as pro-choice,  he worked to stop the 85% liberal congress in Mass. in their efforts to expand abortion “rights”. He is right about healthcare being a states rights issue.  Although I believe the bill was flawed, many conservatives at the time felt the mandate was a fair option.  Santorum was one of the nominees that I was interested in until his constant whining seemed anything but presidential.  Electable or unelectable were the words that came to mind in comparing the two men. Glenn, I feel that your stance or act has done some mischief in this extremely important race. I, too, am very disappointed in your negative treatment of Romney. You could have been an influential tutor for good in many ways, but you took a low road. Hopefully you still can do something to mend fences!  But I am disappointed in your “tee-shirt” gimmick at your first opportunity to “restore love”.  My observation is that Mitt Romney loves this country, with its constitution and free-market and wants it restored for his children and grandchildren and all Americans.  He deserves a tee shirt with PATRIOT on it for his service to his country and for running in this toxic atmosphere. Where are the others that could have run?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PLD3XE5QYKSTZYFSFQ3B2PUEBM Patrick

    Ron Paul 2012! Our last Hope!

  • Anonymous

    You are very wrong about the mixed marriage “obvious” question. Don’t you wonder what else you may be wrong about?  Probably not, if your head is full of biases as it seems to be. You really should make an effort and check your facts.

  • Anonymous

    very well said

  • Anonymous

    How you could get so many things wrong…I haven’t a clue. Apparently, you have not heard anything Romney has said.
    Nice spin though.
    Romney often speaks of the Constitution…always has. Everything is on video..WATCH IT.
    Romney has ALWAYS been for the second amendment..ALWAYS.
    He did however have an issue with ASSAULT WEAPONS.
    SO DO I!
    But never has he said anything against the second amendment.

    Most of what you have written is hogwash.
    Go back..actually hear what he has said…and even more important, start hearing what he says now…stay informed.
    What you wrote sounds like the garbage from the many far right websites on the net.
    Being an extremist..far right or far left IS NOT A GOOD THING.
    Do your homework…then write another post MarsBars.

  • Anonymous

    Ditto

  • landofaahs

    Because he changes his stand when it benefits him politically. How do I know he won’t change back? But he seems to be your man. Go ahead and vote for him.

  • Anonymous

    Santorum needs to grow up, he lost my vote when he said that Obama was better than Romney.

  • Anonymous

    I do not like the forced mandate in Massachusetts but there is a 10th Amendment which returns power back to the States and that is what Massachusetts wanted. I do not understand people like Glen who by mocking Romney in effect throws his support to Obama. By the time Glen is done with his nonsense it might be too late to stop Obama.

  • Anonymous

     Glen’s groupies are sounding more and more like liberals.

  • Anonymous

     Romney has 60% of the delegates. There were people who knowing Newt could not win still would not throw their support for Santorum. So it is disingenuous to put only Romney in that category. Over 70% did not like Santorum and over 80% did not like Newt. 90% did not like Ron Paul. Evangelicals flocked to Santorum but not so many in the Tea Party liked him because he was not a fiscal conservative. He could not expand his base beyond Evangelicals and allowed the press to manipulate him and draw him into more or less condom fights. Santorum was in over his head. Romney has always been the only person who can beat Obama.

  • Anonymous

     I agree with you Carol. Where is the leadership from Glen. It is sad.

  • Anonymous

     That is something the far right does not understand.’Not’. They have no understanding of having allies who do not completely agree with them. Nor do they have any understanding of forming coalitions to effect change. People should be focussing on the senate race and helping Romney win.instead they are in theshoot yourself in the foot mode.
    are in their far right bashing mode which is not that

  • Anonymous

    That was because there were some other also really good candidates who combined to make the number. So big deal.  He clearly beat them.  Don’t distort the story. Wake up and get on board for a candidate who can really help this country out.  We need Mitt.

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

    you sound like a real tough guy when someone isn’t standing in front of you

    Yours in health,
    Dennis
    http://www.absoluteintensity.com

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

    you sound like a real tough guy when someone isn’t standing in front of you

    Yours in health,
    Dennis
    http://www.absoluteintensity.com

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/6DOZMXKTMIRC3J2VQ6B7CXTS7E Marcie

    Actually, Delores, you are completely wrong. I know exactly what Glenn Beck has been through. I started watching him on Fox from Day 1 of his Glenn Beck Program. I followed him as he outed Pres. Obama and linked him to the New World Order along with Soros.
    As for your comments on the Fed, the reason that Paul puts so much pressure on the Fed is because A. They set interest rates, not the treasury. Interest rates that are artificially low lead to malinvestment and create the boom and bust cycles that have plagued our system for over 100 years. B. The Fed is a private banking cartel owned by some of the largest banking families in the world. They absolutely control our economy and do not answer to Congress or the American People but make choices that benefit them. C. Timothy Geinthner is a puppet. He is taking his marching orders from a much higher source. As far as him moving money, the same thing was happening under Bush’s presidency with Alan Greenspan as head of the Fed.
    Also, if you’re so worried about George Soros, I’m begging you to watch his opinion on Romney: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OfX28V-UmI
    If you don’t believe me, then believe Glenn Beck: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmy-_ULsAEY&feature=related

    Delores, I came to Ron Paul as a result of Glenn Beck. He taught me to look for the most Constitutionally Conservative candidate and I’ve found him. I honestly believe that Glenn will not listen to Ron Paul because Ron Paul refuses to jump willy nilly into a war with Iran and Israel. He believes that war should have the complete support of the American people, after all, it is US who are giving our lives and families to this war, not the politicians. We are $16 trillion dollars in debt and if Iran and Israel go to war and we get involved then Russia will stand on the side of Iran and we will honestly be involved in WWIII. I promise you if that happens, you will see a New World Order and after our economy is broken because of this war and our husbands and fathers are dead there will be no one left to stop the advancement of a global ruling force. My eyes were opened when I realized this: I cannot be pro-life and be pro-war. It is NOT for me to say whose life is more valuable, the life of an unborn child who has not yet made its mark in the world, or the life of a father who leaves behind three children to go to war. If I stand for the child, I must also stand for the father. I do not know what happened to Glenn, but it breaks my heart to hear his words. They are not the same as the man who started speaking on Fox three years ago. I am asking you, begging you to do the research yourself on Ron Paul. DO NOT let any MAN tell you who to vote for and who to support. 
    War is the tool of the elite to control the population and to rob the comman man of his liberty and life: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYjuUoEivbE

  • Anonymous

    Romney most certainly is red and the very least dard pink.  Beck is lying to say Romney is not a commy… Romney is front-line health care, govt health care is right out of the communist manifest.  Romney has been Glenn’s favorite even before it got started, Mormon brothers

  • Anonymous

    I like your take on Glenn who can be thoughtful and serious, but when he gets silly is when I turn elsewhere.  I think Romney is just what the country needs as this critical juncture.of history.  I know him to be a person with intregrity but also some one with the guts to stand up to Obama the great deceiver in chief.

  • Anonymous

    There are checks and balances put in place;   when a president respects the Constitution, unlike Obama, he will involve himself in counsel with Congress.   I don’t trust Romney either;   I trust Dr.Paul, who to me, makes a lot of sense.
    Will he legalize drugs?  Who knows, but one thing for certain, he won’t bring us further into communism/socialism/marxism!   That’s my biggest worry.  I live in CA and he’s very popular here…imagine that!  I will vote for him in the primary.

    Regulations are what is killing this counrty;  take them away, and we are left to flourish…..iInvent, achieve and strive for a better future for America!
    If we are left with Romney, I will foollishly vote for him with prayers we are all wrong.  Staying home would be suicide.    That would guarantee  the final nail in the coffin.   Romney would get four years to prove himself.  We already know what would happen with four more years of Obama.

  • Anonymous

     www.mittromney.com/issues/spending

  • Anonymous

    C’mon Glenn.   Promoting “at least he’s not a commy” shirts?    Your fan base is beginning to diminish with your talk and actions lately.    You talk about being civil and keeping the dialogue at a higher level but you and Pat & Stu continue to sink to new lows as you bash Romney with your lowball humor.   Please, do what you want us to do in restoring love & honor in our society.    Bring the rhetoric back up a few notches. 

  • Anonymous

     Read Talkintothehand’s post.  Well said. 

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the information. I will do JUST that! 

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, voting for a white Obama is no better as we bounce from democrats to republicans.  The difference is members only, policy is the same.  Would they really let a freedom fighter Christian in the White House?  NO that would not work in their agenda to reshape America and their plan to  globalize and enslave by taxing is the real agenda.  Glenn is not representing truth, he has the facade of truth; look deeper, he is now getting into religion.  Would you trust GB with your spiritual future?  He is helping Jim Wallace in the same cause of universal social justice under a new name, restoring love???  In the heat of mid-summer in Dallas?  How about Michigan which hurting and infiltrated with Muslims, Detroit needs love…

  • Anonymous

    Delores,  yes Dr. Paul is a fit and trully healthy 76 year old…..but fears about his age could be alleviated by who he chooses for his VP;  that would be crucial.   It could be his son, who would be terrific. 
    No one is guaranteed life or a full term….no one, not even Romney.

  • Anonymous

    It is encouraging to see the number of commenters callling GB to task for his sophomoric treatment of Mitt Romney’s candidacy. If Romney and his political advisers are smart, they will avoid an appearance on GB’s programs. Maybe that will force GB to pull out his pathetic red phone act from the early Obama years, “still waiting for a call”, like any serious contender would bother to call him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Timm-Lyons/1235032162 Timm Lyons

    Agreed.  How is making snide comments into T-shirts helping anything (except maybe someones pocketbook)?

  • Anonymous

    First point, no real conservative would even hesitate to vote for Romney over Obama.  So that alone makes your claims of being a conservative suspect. 

    Secondly, the braindead drivel that McCain was all that horrible is just moronic.  There is no perfect conservative and even Reagan appeared moderate while governor of California.

    And why do I call people that claim they will stay home instead of voting for Romney trolls?  Because no real conservative would even consider doing that.  So the trolls have a certain tell that they give away, like a bad card player.

  • Anonymous

    So sorry about your reading comprehension problem.  Let me repeat, Romney never endorsed nor encouraged abortion.  However he did believe in abiding by the law of the land, which law allows for people being pro-choice.  Hope your brain does not explode.

  • Anonymous

    I guess we are all disappointed in finding out that even Glenn has feet of clay.

  • Anonymous

    I said something relevant.  I pointed out that you are a liar, which is relevant to any lying claims you might make.  See how simple that was, LIAR.

  • Anonymous

    How about, Glenn Beck suck ups suck more?

  • Anonymous

    No, Santorum was always the weaker choice.  Standing tall is a fine goal, but being a fake, a whiner, not good with his choice of words, coming across as preachy, attacking other religions one day then sucking up to them the next in order to get some sucker votes is not my idea of standing tall.  His record was very weak fiscally and socially he came across as very insincere and just weird.

    Santorum condemned Protestant/Evangelicals as having been taken over by Satan and no longer Christian (in a speech to Catholics in 2006?) then sucked up to them in 2012 to get their votes and play on there anti-Mormon fears.

    Then Santorum called any Catholic voter that voted for Romney “bad Catholics” and “non-church-going Catholics” assuming in his shallow mind that good Catholics of course would vote for Santorum.

    Sorry, tina, but Santorum was always the weakest link in every category that counts.

  • Anonymous

    Oh yes he does;   Romney is not a shoe-in.   Humility is something Romney needs to learn.  Wealthy people have a problem with that-trust me, I know!   

    Romney should contact Glenn, he too is a citizen….a powerful one at that!  If he can convince Glenn…but notice, he may not be able to and that’s probably why he won’t.
    Rush, Levin and manny other influential Conservative voices are not convinced about Romney…why?    Do they know something we don’t?

  • Anonymous

    Sorry MarsFuBar, but your claims were so laughable and full of lies and inaccuracies that it would take way too long to correct them all.  Your post reminds me of Palastinian propaganda sites that lists all the reasons why they are totally innocent and why Israel is the agressor.

    In fact, they want to hire you as one of their writers.

  • Anonymous

    Correct, which gets back to my accurate acessment that Glenn (whom I generally like) is acting childish and moronic.

  • Anonymous

    I think this time a Libertarian can win if WE back him.  It’s with-in our relm to do so, unless of course We listen to what We are told to do!

  • Anonymous

    Poor taste and definitely unkind and inaccurate in the comparison.  “At least he’s not a socialist”  or “At least he’s not a Muslim” would be correct.

  • Anonymous

    Did he or did he not lose to McCain?

  • Anonymous

    Are talking about the choice we had between McCain & Obama?

  • Anonymous

    Only if YOU let it.

  • Anonymous

    Get over it Beck.  You are only doing harm to the cause of getting Obama the heck out of the  White House.  You and Gingrich need to remember that goal and get your egos out of the way!!  Mitt is an astute businessman, honest, and has good values.  He will stand up to China and get rid of Obamacare!!  All your cutesy crap you have been spewing lately is only giving fodder to the stinking liberals who want Obama.  Let’s circle the wagons and get to our goal of getting Obama out of there!!  Get over yourself!!

  • http://www.lds.org/ carbonfootprints

    Are you this rude in real life, or just online.  I don’t understand why being rude is okay.  That was totally unnecessary and everything you needed to say could have been said nicely.  I was not rude to you.

    Having said that…  I never said Romney encouraged abortion,  however many times he has supported the pro-choice option, not just the law.    Do a little digging into what he has said, it was much more than just abiding the law of the land, it was supporting the laws.  Not Cool.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNDsyKnQIes

    I am the same religion as Romney.  I know what he should be supporting.

    Love you too much to argue, won’t be replying back to anything else, so feel free to be as rude as you want without fear of chastisement.

  • Anonymous

    Rubio is not interested as he has stated numerous times…..the same goes for Christi.   He is dedicated to his constituents in FL. as he should be because he was ELECTED TO DO SO.
    How would that look?  Another politian furthering his career?

  • http://www.lds.org/ carbonfootprints

     Went through and read all of your comments.  You are just rude.  I’m sorry I replied to anything you said.  It becomes obvious, through your comments, that you are just a rude closed minded person who can’t have a decent conversation with someone who disagrees with you.

  • Anonymous

    To carbonfootprints, oh, if we could all just be as perfect as you, where we can call people rude, small minded, etc, and then pretend that we are not hypocrites. 

    You’re a hoot.  As to why I am rude to liars, I simply do not like liars.  So when I see a liar, somebody that misrepresents the facts on purpose, I tend not to hold back.  In your case I was pretty gentle since you were not that obvious of a liar. 

    As to Romney, he has never been pro-abortion as the other liar claimed.  So I corrected that lie.  Then you joined in and assumed that if you claim you are pro-choice (especially as Governor of a liberal state) then that implies that you are pro-abortion.

    So glad that I could correct your misconceptions.  Now, you get back to declaring your perfect righteousness why don’t you.  I would not want to interfere with your self-worship.

  • Anonymous

    Look at MarsBars profile…..many seem to like what he says.    I wonder why?

  • Anonymous

    The reason liberal plants are successful at getting thumbs up is that they are taught to play upon various fears and concerns.  They go through a training program conducted by liberal operatives.

    Here is a partial list of what they focus on.

    1) Refer to Romney as liberal, a socialist, a RINO, etc.

    2) Play up the importance of the house/senate races but pretend that the presidential race is not important.

    3) Encourage others to vote 3rd party, thereby supporting Obama instead of the GOP.

    4) Play on religious bigotry and anti-Mormon fears.

    5) Play upon those caught up in social conservative issues and paint Romney as being anti-social-conservative.

    Anyway, a good liberal troll will say things that almost sound conservative but you can tell who they are based on the direction that they want to take you, which direction is to support Obama by not supporting Romney or the GOP nominee.

  • Anonymous

    Well, after Obama’s first year in office, I quipped to my daughter that it looked like “Obamy is a Commy”.  This is amusing about Romney, but remember, it is really is a gigantic plus that he is not!

  • Anonymous

    That is a good point and accurate to a degree.  However, I have watched politics for decades and one of the first things you learn is that when somebody says they are not interested before they were officially asked does not imply that they will not accept the call officially later.  I have seen this happen far too many times.

    Obama for example when asked if he would run for president about six months before he decided to run made the claim that he was far to young and inexperieced to be taken seriously as a candidate.  Then we all know what happened later.

    So my general guideline is to wait for a person to be officially asked by a person in a position to be doing the asking and be taken seriously.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Yeah… he really gets lots of confidence votes, huh? Good Lord man.. WAKE UP!!! A vote for Paul is a vote for obama, you nutjobs!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Excellent post!!!

  • Anonymous

    Wow!  The Libs are listening to your show, TODAY!  Seriously…  Do you know where Romney stands on gun rights?  Do you understand he is a Cap and Trade guy?  Global warming guy?  Not to mention the Republican who gave his state Communist health care?  He clearly doesn’t have the fire in the belly, nor is he conservative, nor is he able to think on his feet.  How could he possibly debate Obama effectively?  The crowd will laugh!!!!  McCain2 is off and running.  The establishment has cranked out another loser…  Apparently we Republicans are so stupid we can’t learn from the patterns that are painfully clear.  If you don’t have the base, the independents don’t matter. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Are you smoking pot???? WOW! I used to like RP, but he’s a friggin looney tune!!! And he’s not very pure- as I’d thought him to be!! Wake up ppl!!!

  • Anonymous

     Got it. I had read that page but didn’t register that bottom section in the old memory bank of remembering ridiculous political claims.

    Understand that my criticism of Romney isn’t a criticism of you. Please feel free to browse the links I included in my response to you. I implore you to explore the facts on your own. Good day.

  • Anonymous

     I’ve got to agree with tinalusk.  Santorum m not have been the strongest candidate, but he had a better vision for the country.  I also agree that it will take everyone working together to fix things now.  Let’s just not forget that electing a different president is not the end goal.  There’s so much more to it than that.  We see so often partisan politics taking a role in elections.  George Bush laid the foundation for everything Obama did, and John McCain, who was such a bitter opponent to Obama in the race is now one of his buddies.  Republican congresses can pass just as harmful laws as the liberals, just with less outcry, ’cause the liberals will usually be on board…

    I’m certainly not hating on republicans or democrats specifically, but rather pointing out that party does not anymore dictate alignment.  We have to remember, regardless of the candidate, what, not just who, we’re fighting for.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, I am listening to your radio show talking about Americans going to jail for overbearing and innocuous laws.  CBN (Christian Broadcasting) has on their web, stories called “America, A Nations of Criminals” or something like that.  They are stories of exactly what you are discussing:  The severe penalties, for nothing, that law abiding citizens are having to go through.  Thanks for spreading the word.

  • Anonymous

    Because to err is human.
    To forgive is against voter/media policy.

  • Anonymous

    “At least he’s not a COMMY!”    REALLY.

    “We need a uniter, not a divider.” “Restoring Love”?  
    YOU ARE TRYING TO FINISH OFF ROMNEY.  SORE LOSERS.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Hey ASSHOLE!!!! The world does not revolve around you!!! Stop making your posts take up about 15 times the space it needed to!!! The content was great!!! If I was the mod or admin here, I’d ban you for the way you posted.

  • Anonymous

    I am fine with people supporting Santorum or anyone for logical reasons but having read your post and your illogical conclusions and your fear mongering claims that Bush and McCain were just like Obama then my only logical conclusion is that you’re just nutty, delusional and some sort of bizarre extremist.  So I would not trust your vision of America even if you stated that my life depended on it.

  • Anonymous

    touche. people do change over time, and more often than not, for the better.

  • Anonymous

     Because fascism/socialism/population control on the state level is cool because it’s relatively legal. As opposed to being instituted on a federal level where it’s unconstitutional. Oh yeah. I completely agree with that. Because legal means good and good means legal.

    So if a state eliminated the age of consent so that there was no age range prohibited from sexual acts it would be perfectly cool because it would be legal as it is the province of states to make laws regarding the age of consent. And legal means good and good means legal.

  • Anonymous

     Liar liar pants on fire. You’re childish. How old are you? How have I lied. Name one lie. Just one.

    You’re a nitwit Rombot and you have nothing to contribute.

  • Anonymous

    MarsFuBar asked me to point out one of his lies.  Well, the one above is a good starter.  He essentially stated that Romney is basically the same as Obama.  This is a demonstrable lie.  Now, MarsFuBar, off with you, you small minded liar.

  • Anonymous

    Liberal plants? WOW! How ironic coming from a Romney supporter. Perhaps if you had participated in any of the comments sections here on Glenn Beck’s website that have nothing to do with Romney you’d know better. But all you do is show up to campaign for Romney. Who’s the plant?

    And frankly, I could care less who “lilkes” me and who doesn’t. I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to state my case and to support others I agree with and to engage in debate with those I do not. RUFREE and I agree more often than not, just as there are quite a few others that post here on Glenn Beck that I often agree with. Yet there are many that I consistently do not agree with. You, I don’t believe I’ve agreed with once outside of being anti-Obama.

    Addressing your “points”:
    1) Romney has been liberal on most of the key issues his entire political career. Using the excuse that he was governor of a liberal state doesn’t change that he held the same positions before he became governor. And what does it amount to anyway? He was able to compromise the Republican party to get elected as a liberal Repbulican. Where’s the upside?

    2) I haven’t been downplaying the importance of the needed conservative or libertarian win for the Presidency. I KNOW the importance of the Executive Office at this point. Do you? Also, I haven’t played up the importance of the House and Senate. Snowleopard has, and you’re a jackass to imply that anyone that does is a liberal plant because snowleopard is hardly a liberal, as anyone that comments regularly to this site can tell you.

    3) Voting 3rd party isn’t intrinsically evil anymore than voting for either a Republican or Democrat is evil. A person should vote according to their conscience. Voting for verified collectivist isn’t something I can bring myself to do. Be honest about it yourself and admit that you’re willing to vote for a collectivist as long as they have a Republican tag.

    4) I’ve not said one thing against LDS people. I have Mormon friends. I rabidly defended Romney’s professed religion against bigotry right here on this site multiple times, getting into it with fellow conservatives for participating when you were nowhere to be found. Get a clue.

    5) So what? You’re implying that to address social issues is off the table? Maybe you can qualify how many social issues a candidate must have in conflict with the party’s standards before I should take issue with it, since you seem to be the authority.

    How about instead of qualifying the opinions of others you actually qualify your candidate. Your refusal to vet your own candidate speaks volumes for your integrity.

    Give it up. You have nothing. You’re a campaigner for Romney and you have nothing of substance to offer. Your accusations are unfounded and you aren’t even interested in rational discussion. You might as well be a software program pushing out random pro-Romney comments.

  • Anonymous

    So what you are saying is that you are not a liberal plant, it’s just that you accidentally will end up supporting Obama by bashing the GOP nominee and or throwing your vote away on a 3rd party vote.  Well, imagine our relief in concluding that you’re just a moron that will end up supporting Obama and not a real liberal plant.  Bwa ha ha ha ha.

    As to my list, it was a general list for the sake of what to watch for from liberal plants.

    As to you, your claims 1 and 3 are simply not true.   Your points 2 and 4 are commendable.

    Romney veto-ed liberal bills at least 800 times in MA.  This is not what liberals do there.  You are simply misinformed.

  • Anonymous

     Don’t sweat the guy with the Snoopy icon. He’s a Rombot campaigner and he calls everyone that isn’t on board with Romney a liberal. He’s a nitwit that can’t even make the case for his own candidate. All he can do is attempt to bash everyone else.

    Ironic that he’d engage in the same type of rhetoric that the left usually employs while accusing everyone opposed to Romney of being liberal.

  • Anonymous

    The truth is once again we have to vote for the lesser of two evils …….. the only other choice is a third party canidate and then we let Chairman “O” have four more years….. The Republican party got who they wanted not who we needed so now those in the party with the power can keep it a little longer….. Where was the TEA PARTY? Why didn’t it support Santorum? the outcome may have been different….So don’t blame Glenn for stating the obvious we get to vote liberal lite instead of commie liberal…..you cant tell me you are happy with who we have to vote for….

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Soooo… you’ll be helping obama then. Got it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Judith-Wolfe/100001415869083 Judith Wolfe

    Hey Glenn, at least this man is a capitalist.  We have communist versing capitalist.  I vote for the capitalist.  Get behind him and stop whining, your starting to sound like Obama the dictator.

  • Anonymous

    Not sore lousers but tired of the media & Republican party – those with the power choising for us….. once again we have to vote for the lesser of two evils ….. Yipeee!

  • Anonymous

     Rome stopped being a Republic before Christ was born. And Germany ceased being a Republic when Hitler was elected. Far more other forms of governments have come and gone than Republics, and if anything history has been far more kind to Republics than other forms of government. Not worse.

    Furthermore, we aren’t just a Republic. We’re supposed to be a Constitutional Republic. Yeah, that whole Constitutional thing keeps being forgotten by those who are either ignorant of it or simply don’t acknowledge its importance. The Constitution establishes the liberty that this country was once famed for.

    Your attempt to denigrate Washington’s (as well as the Republic in general) legacy by twisting history with falsehoods is evidence that either your education or integrity is lacking. Either way, you disqualify yourself from rational discussion. Adios.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     How do you know Romney doesn’t care about you??? Do you know him?? He seems like a very good man.

  • Anonymous

     Hahaha.  I didn’t say they were just like Obama–he’s done much worse things to this country than either of them could have hoped to accomplish.  I was merely stating that they seem to get along pretty well for the sworn enemies they appeared to be during the campaigns.  They share some pretty similar ideology.  I would also like to point out that I was not asking anyone to trust my vision.  I would like to thank you for vindicating me, though. 

    I went out of my way to not call people names.  That’s childish.  I’m sure you’re  a perfectly reasonable adult, like most people on here.  Why is it that when things like politics get involved, we stop being civil?

    My point in all of this is that we should not just be intent on getting someone else in office.  We need to be intent on making sure they know what we expect of them.  It’s not enough to elect someone else.  We have to be willing to work together for more than the election.  We have to let whoever the candidate is know what we want as a people.  If that makes me an extremist, then remember how Britain felt about the founding fathers.

  • Anonymous

     I can’t vote for Romney but I appreciate the sentiment of your comment.

  • Anonymous

     I got a sincere laugh out of that. :-)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OMVJ5OBU4A7DF2EZTBHH5TJ6BA Tony

     Piss on the GOP and piss on Ron Paul supporters. Idiots all!! WAKE UP… yer own damn self!!!  Let’s get behind the Republican nominee in order to get obama the hell outta here!!!

  • Anonymous

    People need to go to CBN and watch these videos we may all be criminals in the eyes of the Feds….

    http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2012/April/ONLY-ON-CBN-NEWS-Nation-of-Criminals1/

  • Anonymous

     Why wasn’t Santorum, Paul, or Gingrich able to defeat Romney? Santorum needed either Paul or Gingrich to drop out. They split anti-Romney votes between them, with Rick getting the lion’s share. Why didn’t the Tea Party universally get behind him? Because the Tea Party is and has been compromised by RINOs. There have always been party line Tea Party members. It’s just the way of things. That much doesn’t really bother me… except that the Republican Party won’t vet candidates to actually adhere to Republican principles. Otherwise Romney wouldn’t be a Republican.

    So, in essence, Santorum, Paul, and Gingrich defeated each other. I would have voted for Santorum. I had hope. Now I’m left with Paul and prayer.

  • Anonymous

     If you believe abortion to be a state’s rights issue then you’re saying that you believe the states have the right to regulate life. The 5th Amendment guarantees life, liberty, and property can’t be denied without due process. States do not have the right to contradict the Constitution.

    And a good portion of Romney’s “charitable” donations have gone to “reproductive health” organizations. You can call that charity if you want. It’s a good way to earn a tax write-off anyway.

  • Anonymous

    I’m in the exact same place as you on the issues with Ron Paul. But the couple of issues that I’m in direct conflict with him on don’t spoil his entire character as a potential POTUS for me. And, more importantly, they pale in comparison to the issues I have with Romney and Obama.

    With Rick Santorum bowing out, I’m now 100% behind Ron Paul. If we err, let us err on the side of liberty, not tyranny.

  • Anonymous

     I don’t support Romney but I really liked the “I STAND…” part. I stand with you on those issues.

  • Anonymous

     He hasn’t changed his stance on the NDAA 2012. (He supports it)
    He hasn’t changed his stance on Global Warming. (He believes it)
    He hasn’t changed his stance on the autonomy of the Fed. (He supports it)
    He hasn’t changed his stance on the status quo of most of the tax system. (He likes it)
    He hasn’t changed his stance on a regularly increasing minimum wage mandated by the federal government – mandated inflation. (It’s his idea)

    There’s a lot Romney is actually consistent on. Trouble is, none of it is conservative or libertarian.

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  • Anonymous

    So, that would make them liars like Obama, yes?   Both Christie & Rubio made promises to the people that voted for them.   Perhaps after their terms are completed, otherwise I wouldn’t trust them either.

  • Anonymous

     I am with you on supporting Ron Paul. I am with you on being anti-Romney and anti-Obama. I am with you on being anti-Soros. I am with you on those things because I value liberty and the concept of our Constitutional Republic.

    However, you can’t vet Romney based on anything Soros says. Soros is so insidious that anything he says or does is suspect. Knowing how much antipathy his positions have in the Conservative and Libertarian circles he’s quite capable of verbally and financially supporting someone he wants to see defeated.

    That said, I have no doubt that Soros would rather see Romney win than anyone else (other than Huntsman) carrying the Republican tag that has campaigned in this primary.

  • Anonymous

    I read what you wrote about mars…..let me just state, I make up my own mind by what I first hear from the mouth of the person in question (Romney) then, what I see, read and then I interpret for myself what I’ve heard, seen and read.   My instincts, intelligence and the ability to see all sides determines the outcome to my thinking and decisions.

    I will vote for Romney as I’ve stated previously, but with reservations…as I did with McCain.   But again,  keep in mind that Romney did lose to Mccain and that my friend, is what scares me.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PLD3XE5QYKSTZYFSFQ3B2PUEBM Patrick

    How is voting for the right man voting for Obama? Why are you Neo-Conservatives so eager just to vote Obama out just to get the exact same man ( or an identical) in replace. I can guarantee you under a Romney administration there will be MORE wars, MORE spending, MORE regulations, MORE taxes, MORE government bureaucracies, MORE inflation and MORE stimulus. I believe it is you who should wake up, in my opinion, sir.

  • Anonymous

    I guess if you were a moron with anal retentive qualities you might want to label people that have not been officially asked yet as liars then more power to you.  However normal well balanced adults will not give it a second thought if they change their minds.  It is there perogative to make the final decision after they are actually asked instead of dwelling on what if scenarios.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for your comments, and glad we feel the same about this subject. I am new to all this, so I hope you receive this reply.

    I did receive another comment, and the advice in this comment was to go to gbtv and to the support link, then to the subscriber feedback and advise Glenn of his attitude, which I think will cost Romney votes….and who wants Obama back? I am going to go do the gbtv things right now.

  • Anonymous

    I am always amused at the simple minded thought process of people pointing out that so and so lost to some previous candidate and somehow that must prove some point.  Then I look at who won in those examples.  Always some liberal far worse for the country than the GOP guy we were pushing.

    Then I look at how Reagan lost in 1976 but then came back in 1980 and won big.  I suppose I could be one of the pessimistic poopheads that say, hey, remember that Reagan lost last time so you know what that means about his chances in 1980, nudge nudge, hint hint.

    Ah well, we will always have the less intellectual folks to deal with.

  • Anonymous

    Polls were taken to test your theory of what would happen if Newt dropped out.  The results, about 50% of his votes would go to Romney and about 50% would go to Santorum.  And as this happened Romney would have picken up even more delegates even faster, causing Santorum to drop out even earlier.

  • Anonymous

    @khmichaels:disqus oh but they have been asked whether they would consider the VP post.   Not by a nominee.  What’s the difference?   Hilary was asked prior to running for the office of the Presidency and as all good liberals do, she said no.  Did that make her a liar or just someone who “changed her mind?”   How convenient!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/2SOBFIRUG74N5CAGHAY2U6NSNU Dottie

    Your t-shirt about Romney is very disappointing & totally beneath you, you have the ability to inspire not disparage, as I’m listening to the three of you this morning, trying to be comical, I am wondering how many of your audience find this offensive?? Dottie

  • Anonymous

    You people are confused. I’m with Glenn. I am tired of being forced to accept the “best of the worst choices” in the most important event to occur since we became a country, because this election will determine if we remain a Republic. I am sick of being presented with people like Bob Dole and John McCain and being told “yea we know these people don’t represent you but this is all your going to get”.  I still don’t understand where the Ronald Reagan’s are in our time of dire need and our best choices come down to Mitt Romney, Gingrich and Santorum. But I don’t blame Glenn for not being as happy as you people about having Romney shoved down our throats, again. He’s not a conservative and I question whether a number of you making comments here are conservative as well.

  • Anonymous

     I’d still choose McCain over Romney. But I’d never give McCain a second chance and it was a mistake to make him the nominee in ’08.

  • Anonymous

     But then again, there are so many of us that will buy one of those t-shirts. And what’s worse? Making a slogan that’s not good for a potential/likely nominee, or nominating someone who is not good for the party and isn’t aligned with our values?

  • Anonymous

    What Rick Santorum REALLY said:

    “You win by giving people a choice,” Santorum said during a campaign stop in Texas. “You win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who’s just going to be a little different than the person in there.”

    Santorum added: “If they’re going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk of what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate for the future.”

    Rick Santorum’s rebuttal to claims he said he’d prefer Obama over Romney:

    “I would never vote for Barack Obama over any Republican and to suggest otherwise is preposterous. This is just another attempt by the Romney Campaign to distort and distract the media and voters from the unshakeable fact that many of Romney’s policies mirror Barack Obama’s. I was simply making the point that there is a huge enthusiasm gap around Mitt Romney and it’s easy to see why – Romney has sided with Obama on healthcare mandates, cap-and-trade, and the Wall Street bailouts. Voters have to be excited enough to actually go vote, and my campaign’s movement to restore freedom is exciting this nation. If this election is about Obama versus the Obama-Lite candidate, we have a tough time rallying this nation. It’s time for bold vision, bold reforms and bold contrasts. This election is about more than Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, or Rick Santorum – this campaign is about freedom and I will fight to restore your freedoms.”

  • Anonymous

    Are all polls indicative of what really is or are they manipulated to reflect what we are meant to believe?
    I guess it would depend on the naiveté of the individual being duped.

  • Anonymous

     I laughed. :-D

  • Anonymous

     Yep. Totally agree. On the upside, at least he’s not a commie.

    Fascist or commie
    Fascist or commie
    Fascist or commie

    … so hard to choose. Option 3?

  • Anonymous

    MarsBarsTru7
    Thanks, Mars.  Just be certain to vote!
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

     Refute one. Refute a single thing I said. Prove that it was inaccurate or a falsehood. Just one thing.

    Waiting…

  • Anonymous

     I’m going to reply to you twice here. Once with this comment and once with another. In this comment I am asking you to please vet your candidate. Please, prove to me I’m wrong. Please, find one single thing I’ve claimed about Romney that is either inaccurate or a falsehood.

    The next comment will be a list of issues and links related to those issues. If you want more links/proof to any single issue, just ask. I will provide more. Just, please keep it to one issue at a time.

  • Anonymous

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bM_si-JVfhI

    *Romney supports government mandated healthcare
    http://mittromneycentral.com/op-eds/2009-op-eds/mr-president-whats-the-rush/
    *Romney supports taxpayer funded healthcare
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6DrH6P9OC0
    *Romney supports the NDAA 2012 – “as written”.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4Q6xbP86GM
    *Romney opposed the Blunt Bill.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x94nMnSnGFw&feature=related
    *Romney supports automatically increasingly higher minimum wage mandates.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-oGn6-dypE
    *Romney appointed numerous liberal judges.
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/romney-judicial-record-liberals-running-wild/
    *Romney supported Planned Parenthood for most of his years in politics (I maintain that the only reason he flip flopped on PP is because they’re chosing Democrats over him).
    http://prolifeprofiles.com/mitt-romney-abortion
    http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/2012/02/07/mitt-romney-sought-planned-parenthoods-endorsement-in-his-2002-governors-run/comment-page-1/
    *Romney was pro-choice during his senate run and during his first term as governor (explicitly during his 2002 campaign). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNDsyKnQIes&feature=related
    *Romney supported the bailouts
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QDxcrcpY98
    *Romney’s supported Tsongas’ run for the Dem nomination in 1992.
    http://cnsnews.com/blog/terence-p-jeffrey/romney-voted-population-control-fanatic-presidential-candidate
    *Romney consulted John Holdren.
    http://saynsumthn.wordpress.com/2011/10/18/republican-mitt-romney-consulted-population-control-eugenics-czar-john-holdren/
    *On Jan. 1, 2006, Massachusetts became the first state to regulate CO2 emissions with Mitt Romney as Governor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BpgLYryI8g
    http://www.globalclimatescam.com/2011/10/will-romney-hire-obama%E2%80%99s-climate-change-guru-holdren/
    *Romney was (and I believe still is) pro-gun control
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk1bJOpYUqE&feature=related
    *Romney believes that the Executive Office does and should have the power to go to war without the approval of Congress.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdFk8nLxQjc&feature=player_embedded
    *Romney supports the ‘sovereignty’ of the Federal Reserve.
    http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/1123916427001/mitt-romney-on-the-federal-reserve-taxes/

    Romney, speaking at a University of New Hampshire town hall June 3, 2011:
    “I don’t speak for the scientific community, of course,but I believe the world’s getting warmer. I can’t prove that, but I believe based on what I read that the world is getting warmer. And number two, I believe that humans contribute to that.
    “I don’t know how much our contribution is to that because I know there have been periods of greater heat and warmth in the past but I believe that we contributed to that. And so I think it’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may well be significant contributors to the climate change and the global warming that you’re seeing.”

    Overall, Romney’s biggest financial supporters favor increasing taxes, capping greenhouse gasses, and legalizing gay marriage, and were also supporters of Hillary Clinton for President.
    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/article/romney-shows-politics-makes-strange-bedfellows/353561

    Million dollar supporter Julian Robertson sees Romney as a friend of the Green Movement and as a person who will increase taxes.
    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/million-dollar-romney-donor-expects-cap-and-trade/413086

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQwrB1vu74c
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeZUAYOvsfA&feature=related

  • Anonymous

    I already did MarsFuBar.  You claimed that Romney was basically the same as Obama.  That claim of yours is definitely a lie and demonstrably provable.  When you lie, you seem to lie big.  Now go away little man.

  • Anonymous

    You, Glenn, myself and everyone all have one vote.  Nobody forces any of us in how to use it.  So shut up with your childish whining.

  • Anonymous

    and you believed Obama?   Sweetie, he’s been in the scope since GW lost to Gore, if not before then!

  • Anonymous

    Your response is unintelligible. Please don’t vote.

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    khmichaels wrote, in response to 13862520:
    You, Glenn, myself and everyone all have one vote.  Nobody forces any of us in how to use it.  So shut up with your childish whining. Link to comment

  • Anonymous

    That is probably true. Look at the last election, every poll had Billary smoking everyone, from both sides. How did that work out?

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, I did not know you were a drooling idiot.  We all have one vote.  Nobody forces you to vote one way or the other.  Any of this sinking in?

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, I forget how stupid you are.  No, I did not believe Obama.  I was pointing out that people change their mind as to whether they will run for given offices.  Anyway, this line is kind of a dead horse now.  And apparently you want to play anal games about it.  Catch you again on more meaningful issues. 

  • Anonymous

    The part stupid people like you miss is the media/establishment has been pushing their guys/gals for decades. You choose to buy into that, some of us do not. They have been pushing Romney for months and look, Romney is winning. If you had not noticed, we have been voting for the “lesser of two evils” for decades and look where we are. You may think it’s a good idea to settle, but I do not. I will no longer vote for the “lesser of two evils.” I will not vote for whomever the media/establishment says. I will vote for a true American. One who loves this country and it’s people. There is only one. (maybe two, including Johnson)

    Ron Paul 2012.

  • Anonymous

    Funny you should mention Reagan. You do realize that Reagan only had kind words for Ron Paul, don’t you?

  • Anonymous

    So let me guess.  If we don’t believe in your dimwitted drooling conspiracies then it must be we that are stupid.  Oh you silly liitle dweeb.  Anyway, trighten your tin foil cap, you’re in for a bumpy ride in real life.

  • Anonymous

    Another dunce heard from. You can not disprove what I stated, yet make a stupid statement like this. Hey stupid, here’s one for you. GWB and Republicans passed the Patriot Act, probably the most unconstitutional bill ever passed. Then Obamao and Democraps pass NDAA, so tell where the difference is? You are dumber than a bag of hammers. Anyone who does not agree with your stupidity is drooling or dimwitted. Do the country a favor, get your whole head in front of the shotgun.

  • Anonymous

    It’s much easier to be rude incognito;  what is difficult is to be able to see truthful online because you can’t see their eyes.   I look people in the eyes and I can aways tell when they are lying.

    I don’t suspect khmichaels of lying, what I think is he/she just believes the lie.   We’ve all been told for quite sometime now that Romney is the nominee;  we were told this by the GOP, pundits and even the liberal media.   As good little Americans, led by our noses, we are told what to do and when to do it.

    There are those that are easily led and then there are those that are the leaders in pack.   And then there are those that will be rude and throw out insults because you rattle the establishment….I know who I am, and certain who you are, but who exactly is khmichaels?.

  • Anonymous

    I wish that you would stop saying that Romney’s med plan for Mich. was the precursor of Obamacare: IT WAS NOT!  romney has explained that a hundred times and only the deaf or the……..didn’t seem to understand him….it was mandated only for a few, and it did not cost the country millions of dollars, it was only for Mich. and the state freely voted it in…there are more differences, but just these are enough to stop comparing the two….this is what Obama pushes to do…make Romney seem like Obama.  There were many runing for the republican nomination; why do the Fox or Fox connected people keep downgrading the winner?  Evidently, Romney is better for the presidency that Santorium or Gingrich, since Romney is the one who has won all of the votes…and won honestly.

  • Anonymous

    It was for Mass not Mich.

  • Anonymous

    One cannot disprove a negative, you drooling idiot.  And no, I do not have the time to explain to some moron like you basic aspects of thought and logic.

  • Anonymous

    That is exactly what I told a friend this weekend that said to me, “Romney wouldn’t be any better than Obama.” I said at least Romney isn’t a communist.
    Santorum was weak and a complainer. Glad he dropped out.Poor Newt he would have kick Obama’s butt in a debate.

  • Anonymous

    You wouldn’t know original thought or logic if it walked up, kicked you between the legs and gave you a fat lip. Disprove a negative? You are one simple M F er. As I stated, the Republicans and GWB passed the unconstitutional Patiort Act. The Democraps passed the even more unconstitutional NDAA and morons like you still think there is a difference. S T F U, you uneducated moron. You should get a lobotomy, it was raise your IQ by about 90 points.

  • Anonymous

    I see that you get even more incoherent and goofy when you are confronted with your insanity.   Now, put the gun down and everything will be ok.

  • Anonymous

    So, you have no answer for the difference between democraps and Republicans, just as I thought. My statement made perfect sense, only a moron could not understand it, there you are. By the way, how is telling you to off yourself meaning I have a gun in my hand? You are proof positive that there needs to be more chlorine in the gene pool.

  • Anonymous

    Good grief you say some of the most hairbrained dimwitted things.  Of course there are differences between parties.  Even if the only difference was what judges they chose that alone would be sufficient reason to vote for Reps.  However there are many other.  But your head is currently so far up your deluded conspiratorial butt that you will be incapable of hearing them.  Take your meds and relax.

  • Anonymous

    Hey stupid, how many bills, that Clinton signed, did GWB get rid of? How many bills, that GWB signed, has Obamao dumped? The answer: none. Yeah, that makes it a conspiracy. So, keep talking about all of those differences. You are so dumb, you can not see past the nose on your face. Now, S T F U and let the adults talk. Moron.

    P.S. keep thinking if you wait long enough there will not be a reply. Ignorant wretch.

  • Anonymous

    Um, twenty seven.

    BTW, I think you mean you want to talk not like an adult but more like a drunken sailor that just found out he lost his promotion.

  • Anonymous

    27? That must be your IQ.

  • Anonymous

    No.  My IQ is more like 147. 

    Now, has your mother tested you for insanity when you were younger?  If not, better late than never.

  • Anonymous

    147? I doubt it. Insanity? You should be an expert.
    The definition of insanity: Doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result. -Albert Einstein

    Keep voting for those media/establishment lackeys, drone.

    P.S. Resulting to mother B S. You really should stop trying to be a troll, you are not very good at it. It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a moron, than open it and remove all doubt.

  • Anonymous

    What a joke. Drunken sailor? Oh no, did I use a bad word? Were you offended? Too bad, grow up, stupid little child.

  • Anonymous

    How many times have you made your insane claims expecting people to actually listen to you and find you credible when all they do is find you laughable, as I do now?

    Yep, you’re insane. You’re doing the same thing over and over again and you are expecting a different result.

    Now, take your meds, relax, and try a new angle. That way you might get better and different results, and maybe you might appear less insane. See how easy that was?

  • Anonymous

    Nah, I was in the military.  I have heard all sorts of bad words.  However, I also know how to recognize a logical adult thinker and speaker.  And you aint it.

  • Anonymous

    Like I stated before, you have nothing. You are nothing more than a stupid little child. Dumb M F er. Oh no, did I offend you again?

  • Anonymous

    I aint it? And you have the nerve to call anyone else drooling or dimwitted? Wake up and smell what you are shoveling, dumb M F er.

  • Anonymous

    “Aint” slang used often to denigrate the person being spoken down to, to imply that he is of lesser intelligence than you.

  • Anonymous

    Like I said, you use slang and think you are “talking down” to someone. It only further proves your stupidity. Keep thinking you are superior, I can see that delusion is working great for you. And you have the nerve to call someone else insane, dumb MF er.

  • Anonymous

    MARCIE.
    NO…you fell for what George Soros said hook, line and sinker.  Soros deliberately said that there would be no difference between Romney and Obama.  That was said so that Americans would fear Romney and vote for Obama.  Since Obama fears debating MITT ROMNEY, they wanted anyone to win, but Romney.  He can and WILL defeat Obama. You have a vote, and I have a vote.  Just be sure to use it wherever you want.  As for RON PAUL, I feel that neither he nor his son are qualified to be in the Presidency.  Ron Paul is too radical in that he is telling Americans what they want to hear.  I understand what war is, because three members of my family are buried at Arlington National Cemetery.  However, I live in Arizona where illegals are crawling over our borders.
    They are not just coming from Latino countries;  they are sleepercells from Syria, Yemen, Pakistan, etc.  This has been documented.  Our sanctuary cities are filled with sleepercells.  Marcie, you missed the fact that George Soros made this statement six months ago, “We need a World War III.”  That is their Plan B…over my dead body.
    Marcie, nothing happened to GLENN BECK.  It happened to you.  You are running scared. and that is exactly what Obama wants.  Instill fear in people, so that you can have greater CONTOL of them.  I believe in MITT ROMNEY”S position:  PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH.  That is how you avoid war!
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    If I have to explain it to you then it means it went swoosh, right over your head.

  • Anonymous

    No explaination needed. You, obviously, did not understand what I said. Proving you to be the dumb M F er you are.
    Again, you are proof positive that there needs to be more chlorine in the gene pool.

    Well, I would love to stay and further prove your stupidity, but I have better things to do, like beat my d1ck with a hammer. Stay stupid, the establishment is counting on it, I know you will.

  • Anonymous

    Time for crazy old grandpa’s nappy time?

  • Anonymous

    ricktorn,
    I’m sorry, Rickton.  Is there someway I can improve my comment?  Please let me know, and I’m make the necessary changes.  I’m sorry my comment upset you!  Have a nice day!
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cosx.net

  • Anonymous

    Airfreddy.
    You should vote for Obama.  You deserve him.  However, he will NEVER win!  Have a nice day!  I must contrinue my research on MITT ROMNEY.  I have one more sentence!
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net  

  • Anonymous

    MarsBarsTru7, please back-up your statements -”a good portion to reproductive health”.  Sounds hard to believe to me!  He has given away millions over the years to many good causes as stated on income tax returns as well as no salary as Olympic Coordinator  and Gov..  Even if he gave to an organization that included Planned Parenthood under their umbrella (as many have mistakenly done), proportionately it would be very small!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/6DOZMXKTMIRC3J2VQ6B7CXTS7E Marcie

    As to who can BEAT Obama, I’ll leave you with this, (be sure to read the ENTIRE article, not just the headline.) and I’ll say that from this point on, we will have to agree to disagree :
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/polls/221163-rasmussen-obama-and-romney-tied-nationally

  • http://twitter.com/Gann0n8r Michael Gannon

    The back should continue … “Like Obama’s Mommy”
    So, Front to Back “At Least He’s Not A Commy…” “Like Obama’s Mommy”

  • http://twitter.com/Gann0n8r Michael Gannon

    Sorry to pick, but Commy is spelled w/ an ie
    Commie.
    Its a small thing, I know. Good thought, though.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1084028001 Claudia Beebe Stewart

    Glenn, you are embarassing yourself!  That statement is sooooo wrong!  Such a negative ‘endorsement’.  I think I’d rather not have ‘you on my side’ if that is ALL you can offer!!!   I thought more of you than this!  You used to be my hero, expressing what I felt.  We are polar opposites on this one.  Mitt is a GREAT CANDIDATE that can turn our country around, if anyone can!  We NEED Mitt! 
    PS  I began the Republican Primaries as a Santorum fan, but switched to Mitt after several debates. 

  • http://twitter.com/StullerDM Donna Stuller

    It was really sad to see Santorum drop out. He was the only one I truly supported, and now I feel like I have to vote for Romney because he’s the only Rep. that has a chance now… and “at least he’s not a commy…” Santorum will still be on PA’s ballot though, and I’m half tempted just to vote for him anyway so I can at least say that my first vote ever went to someone I was actually proud of and I actually supported… 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3MDFXV7Z3SIAXC64QYI3A23VDQ Ruthie

    Romney has never been high on Glenn’s list, he’s been clear about that and if you have been listening on any basis, you know this.   But with this latest bit, Glenn is offering very accurate consistency, as well as a practical demonstration, of how Romney is better than Obama:  he’s not a communist.  Is Romney a conservative?  Absolutely not!  Does he demonstrate any sympathy or empathy with the majority of conservative thought?  NOPE!  Is a communist?  No.  Will he take us in the same direction that Obama has been taking us? Very likely, but not as fast.

  • Anonymous

     You hit the nail right on the head… except I don’t think the speed difference is that much.

  • Anonymous

    I still hoping for Sarah to step into the race. But the important thing is to stand behind the GOP that is on the ticket. These past few years under Obama have been so stressful and terrifying for all of us. We need someone who loves America and isn’t casting an evil eye on this country. The Obamas have been to a lot of flag burnings, plus they don’t like our national anthem and want to change it along with the Constitution. God Bless America…because we are going to need all the prayers we can get.

  • Anonymous

     Derrrr.

    You can’t take on a single issue. You have nothing of substance. All you can do is run around putting out as many anti-Romney fires as you can manage. Keep it up Snoopy. You don’t even know your own candidate as well as those that oppose him do… What am I saying? You don’t even have a grasp on the issues in the first place so understanding any of the candidates is moot for you.

  • Anonymous

    You’ve proved nothing twit. Liar liar. See how that works? “Little man”. Nice attempt at being condescending. It might work if I was oh… say 8 years old. Grow up and address the issues if you can.

    I have said repeatedly that Romney represents a different version of collectivism. Both Romney and Obama are collectivists. Both are bad choices.

    My assertion that they are both bad choices is a personal opinion and not one that can be proved or disproved. You can however take on the collectivism claim. Prove that Romney is not a collectivist and you’ve proved me wrong on a single point, which is all I ask. Of all the claims I’ve made about Romney you can’t refute a single one. All you can do is claim I’m a liar and attempt to be clever. Play time is over. Time to take on the issues “little man”. Have at it.

  • Anonymous

     So you admit that you can’t take on the issues and all you can do is make simple statements saying “You’re wrong poo poo head” and “liar liar”.

    You’re a child. If you want to converse with the grown ups it’s time to learn how. Address the issues. Put together cohesive ideas that express your opinions. Do point-counterpoint. Discuss. Argue. But stop the childish bloviating and actually say something. Otherwise, go get some chocolate milk and go to bed.

  • Anonymous

     Shhh. The facts aren’t relevant. We’re talking about voting for a liberal here.

  • Anonymous

     Michaels isn’t firing on all cylinders. He only operates on one equation. Either you say you support Romney or his “stupid/liar” button kicks in. There is no discussing things with him. But, prodding him can be fun.

  • Anonymous

     Really? What polls? This is actual information. It will be fact if you can back it up. Site/link please.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll vote for Ron Paul if I have to write him in.

  • Anonymous

     While I’ve never seen anything that was verifiable proof of Obama’s mother being a communist, I did see a few articles about her parents being communist and … I believe they actually lived in a commune right here in the U.S. for a while. Do you have more info. about Obama’s mother being a communist or a link perhaps?

  • Anonymous

     Well said.

  • Anonymous

    I second your comment except for the “neocon” reference. Please, cut the “neocon” out of the dialogue. It is getting to be such a cliche’.

  • Anonymous

    “Our plan in Massachusetts was about caring for the 8 percent of our population that that didn’t have insurance. For 92 percent of the people in my state nothing changed,”
    responded Romney. “The president’s plan is taking over healthcare for 100 percent of people. It’s changing healthcare in this country for everyone. [Our MA] bill works pretty well, but not perfectly. If I were [still] governor it would work better.” See a conversation with Mike Huckaby and Mitt Romney on this YouTube site. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkrOt9Qposg
     
    As an insurance agent that sells health insurance, I have been concerned about what changes Mitt Romney actually achieved in Massachusetts.  I did a fair amount of research on the healthcare plan and talked with an insurance agent in that MA named, “Mike”.  Mike confirmed that the “vast majority” of Massachusetts residents are covered by private health care plans whether they be individual or group plans.  He also confirmed that private insurance agents sell these health plans and make a commission for “profit”, just what I was hoping I would hear since this is how I make a good portion of my living.
    I don’t know what Glenn is so upset about in what is called Romney-care. It is built around private insurance companies and is distributed by private insurance agents who earn commissions.  A small percentage of the people, about 8% have a government designed healthcare plan. There are financial supports for people in certain income level that assists their acquisition of insuance. The last poll indicates that 63% of people in MA like the plan while 21% don’t like it. (polling-Nov. 2011)   A great contrast to polls that indicate 70% of people don’t like Obama-care.    
    Also, my understanding is that “RomneyCare” is constitutional by virtue of the “numerous and indefinite” powers reserved to the States via the 10th Amendment to the Constitution. ObamaCare is unConsitutional because it overreaches the limited Federal power enumerated in Article-1 Section-8 of the US Constitution.  
    I support the creativity of the American people.  Let the people in the various states see if they can come up with a better plan than “Romney-care”, but so far it has the most support or any plan that has actually been enacted.  Glenn, if Texas, your new home state, can institute a better plan that makes 63% of Texans happy then bring it on. Most of us realize that a solution to the status-quo is needed. Clearly the Federal Govenrment should get out of the health-care business, politicians just cannot resist meddling for personal and political gain.

  • Anonymous

     One of the best comments on here today.

  • Anonymous

     Seconded.

  • Anonymous

    YUP…I’LL STICK TO MY WORDS…your preconceived bias against Romney frames the examples you suggest. We could also find similar potshots on Reagan, Santorum, and anyone you can name. 

    Give it up…Romney is the nominee and ANYBODY BUT OBAMA. Cheer up and join the fight against The One.

  • Anonymous

    1-Obama knocking the rich is knocking himself, he’s at least a millionaire.

    2-I wish your TV program on GBTV were only an hour. I don’t have 2 hrs. every day to sit in  
       front of the computer uninterupted.

    3-I like being able to go back in at any time and pick up your program.

    4-I do wish I could pick it up where I left off and not have to go through the whole thing to find
       find my place.

  • Anonymous

     Mars–The world of politics has changed somewhat with internet usage going viral.  When a politician puts his “plans” not just his “slogans” on a website, it is an easier task for the populace to (1) make informed voting decisions and (2) to hold him to his/her words later…..or we could keep on hoping and changing.

  • Anonymous

     Then you will be nullifying a vote against Obama. I like Ron Paul also, but we must galvanize behind who is most likely to beat Obama if he is going to be defeated.

  • Anonymous

    I think you are a liberal troll trying to plant thoughts in peoples minds. The only way Obama can be beaten is if people unite behind the nominee who can beat him. As my posts from months ago will show, I agreed to stand behind whoever won the nomination whether it be Ron Paul, Newt, Santorum or Romney. Hopefully you will do the same.

  • Anonymous

    Well she met Obama’s father in a Russian Language course at UH if that helps.

  • Anonymous

     What is up with Beck? He’s said a lot of stupid stuff lately and his followers are leaving him in droves. I think he’s hitting the bottle again.

  • Anonymous

    Right. I didn’t mention anything of importance. They were all just “pot shots” framed in bias. Excellent job evading the issues. You could run for governor of the state of Massachusetts with those skills. Or be a candidate for POTUS.

    You know, you could throw everything else out the window. Just pretend I didn’t bring up a single point other than one. Please, explain to me how you qualify a vote for a candidate that supports NDAA 2012. Or do you support it yourself?

  • Anonymous

    I admire Paul’s consistency. Maybe his son will come around to a little more of my way of thinking.

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

    You Must have not seen the poll that came out today ha? Ron Paul is the only one that beat Obama. Romney Tied

    Stop Trying to be on the winning side and vote for principal. That is the only thing that is going to save this country not another bought and paid for Goldman Sachs Puppet

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     Mitt will be a great puppet owned by Goldman Sachs just like Obama is. To bad he has not a chance in the world of winning.

    You have two choices

    Obama

    Ron Paul

    20% of the GOP is now the liberty movement and will not vote for another RINO

  • Anonymous

    You have a goo d point. i just think we need a solution for health care. Constitutionally it appears that it should come as a state solution and not a wide-spread cumbersome federal bureaucracy that will nationalize a major industry and take over a large part of our what is now a free market economy.

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     and Ron Paul was one of the only people who stood by Reagan in the beginning

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

     This is far from over yet

  • http://twitter.com/Paul4Pres Airfreddy

    You Didn’t see the poll that rassmussen put out today ha?

    Ron Paul is the only one beating Obama.

    A vote for anyone but Ron Paul is a vote for the death of this country

  • Anonymous

    Ron Paul has an important message. I just am too concerned with certain aspects of his beleifs. I really don’t believe Romney is a flip-flopper or anywhere near a socialist. Most of Romney care was crafted against his wishes. Like Reagan, he changed his mind once on some issues when in his fiftys. I believe that Romney will prove himself.

  • Anonymous

    I appreciate your comment, and apologize for mine.  It was actually a “knee jerk” reaction to all the negative Romney vibes I kept seeing from Glenn, Pat and Stu.  I have been for Romney since before John McCain was a serious candidate.  I understand your frustration seeing Santorum step back.  I don’t think it wise to continue the Mitt bashing by those who supported the other candidates. I was always disappointed that Glenn, Pat & Stu didn’t recognize just how good a choice Mitt is.  I hope that they are able to turn that around with further study.  It is a popular notion among some who are (or previously weren’t pro-Romney) to see him as a moderate.  Last election, he was considered a conservative.  I think anyone who can stand up to an 85% democratic Massachusetts legislature and do what he did there: defending the sanctity of life and turning their financial state completely around is conservative.  May I recommend a video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpTwfBHbEb4 and also this to read: http://mittromneycentral.com/2011/12/27/why-evangelicals-can-support-mitt-romney/ and also another video:http://mittromneycentral.com/2012/01/10/jack-welch-mitt-romney-the-best-i-have-ever-seen-gingrichs-opus-the-audacity-of-capitalism/      I hope this gives you the encouragement to re-focus on the task at hand: remove Barak Obama from the White House and get this country under control for the sake of our children!

  • http://twitter.com/theheartlander The Heartlander

    The real problem is that we live in a country as deeply polarized as in the days leading up to the Civil War. We conservatives want a true conservative, which Romney isn’t. But in order to win the election in November, our candidate has to get the votes of MILLIONS of people who are hair-trigger skittish about anything that smacks of “conservative.” 

    So, there you are. We are stuck. There is no way out of this conundrum unless there is a nationwide miraculous revival. 

    I and millions of others feel as strongly about stopping the slaughter of unborn children as a previous century’s activists felt about abolishing slavery. But our political opponents — Democrats now just as then — are equally determined to preserve the current legal situation of women’s absolute ownership of children as property, whom they have an untrammeled legal right to abuse. Actually, it’s WORSE than slavery. Even a slave-owner was not legally allowed to intentionally KILL a slave. Women, however, now have the legal right to kill their child, and those who try to STOP her from murdering are the ones who are often thrown into jail!

    Child-killing may be even harder to stop than slavery was. Are we going to fight a civil war over it? The last civil war was a REGIONAL one — there was a dividing line between slave states and free states, and there were actual frontlines in the battles. In contrast, our country is now divided in every state, every town, even every family. 

    We need miracles, folks. Pray hard.

  • Anonymous

    What the hell are you droning on about MarsFuBar.  You made the lying claim that Romney was the same as Obama.  Now your claim is either true or it is not.  Only a lunatic liar would make such a claim.  So I called you out on it.  You asked me to point out at least one of your lies.  That one there was a huge lie and you know it.  Now you’re running around like a chicken with no head complaining still how we cannot prove one of your lies. Yet you can’t prove even one of your claims.  And your claim there is demonstrably false.  Now off with you child.

  • Anonymous

    I dont keep links to every news story I read little man.  And since you make demonstrably false general statements like Romney is identical to Obama which only some lunatic liar like you would believe then you have no right to be asking for proof at this stage.  You’re just a sad pathetic little liar with an evil agenda.

  • Anonymous

    Most recent Fox news poll shows Romney beating Obama by 2% points.  The same poll has Ron Paul less than Obama.

  • Anonymous

    They say that Obama is a “good family man” too. Look at where THAT has gotten all of us. We just need to be very careful who we elect to the house and senate and put the pressure on to repeal Obamacare and TSA, Dept of Edu, Dept of Energy etc, etc.

  • Anonymous

    True, any of them are better than Obama, but I guess a lot of so-called conservative/constitutional minded people were too busy thinking about what a great head of hair Romney has versus his creation of Romneycare, his signing of higher taxes for gun owners, more stingent gun control, his belief in Cap and Trade…he’s Obamalite and people STILL fell for the same crap Obama spewed out of his mouth and chose to vote for the least conservative person to more slowly take us in the same direction as Obama.

    We need to start getting rid of bad laws and regulations immediately. If things are done toooooo gradually, nothing will get done and once again the american people will fall asleep assuming that a “conservative” who’s looking out for us is at the helm…not. Look at Paul Ryan. Everyone thinks his budget is radical. It will take 30 YEARS to balance the budget and in the meantime, it will ADD an additional 4 trillion bucks to the deficit in 10 years. Sounds like one teeeny, tiny step forward and two giant steps back.

  • Anonymous

    I think you were falling for the media hype about Santorum. I took the time and LISTENED to what he had to say, and it was far better than anything Romney could come up with. What I enjoyed most about Santorum was his candor. You ask him a question, and he will ANSWER it. I watched a man ask Romney a question during a Huckabee forum and Romney answered with some insipid platitude that had NOTHING to do with the question. Politicians are trained to answer a question without saying anything, yet supposedly make everyone in the room think that they are personally being promised something.

    Santorum told it how it was. Look at Puerto Rico. Santorum said that for statehood, people should learn how to speak english. What did Romney do? He pandered to the crowd and said they didn’t have to learn english…hmmm, I wonder why he said during the debates that english should be the official language?

    You want a man that talks out of both sides of his mouth? Choose Romney.

  • Anonymous

    @pomchop: Romney the ONLY one that could beat Obama? You’ve been fooled by both the media AND the GOP that promised Romney that he would be the nominee in 2012….Romney is a fiscal conservative???? Yeah, right.  I’m still amazed at how many people in the TEA party flock to Romney…who signed laws for higher taxes for gun owners, and restricted certain guns, belives in Cap and Trade and STILL thinks Romneycare works. Romney is a New World Order globalist and according to Barbara Bush during an interview on The Five, Romney was the first one to speak of the 1000 Points of Light.

  • Anonymous

    I never “fall” for any media report.   I do my own research.  Santorum was by far the weakest candidate and would have fallen right on his face during general elections.  He ran a VERY WEAK candidacy and failed to plan, failed to work hard, failed to get the necessary support and pretty much failed at every critical juncture.

    Socially Santorum came across as creepy and extreme.  Having researched his past he tended to badmout other religions and had some rather low opinion of Protestants and Evangelicals, unless of course when he was pandering to them then they were his best of friends.

    In Puerto Rico Santorum came across as the ugly misinfomred American, and Romney did not.  There is no US law requiring English so Santorum did not even have his facts straight.

    So the only one here talking from both sides of their mouths would be you and Santorum your hero.

  • Anonymous

    Wow. Did YOU actually hear that, or did you listen to a media report that stated that he said it. Santorum NEVER said that, and it’s amazing how many people don’t take the time to RESEARCH and find out what was really said.

    This is how Obama got elected.

  • Anonymous

    Obama got elected because non-liberal people trusted him and his “change” mantra. As far as Santorun here is what he say he really said. http://freedomslighthouse.net/2012/03/23/frustrated-santorum-slams-furor-over-his-remarks-on-romney-vs-obama-as-the-hatchet-job-of-all-time-says-he-never-meant-he-would-support-obama-over-romney-video-32312/
    Quijote229

    Subject: [glennbeck] Re: Glenn on throwing support behind Romney: ‘At least he’s not a Commy’

  • Anonymous

    And I guess the “change” mantra that you’re referring to was the fact that Obama wanted to create a civilian army greater than the military, spread the wealth around, tax rich people more etc. Those were things Obama stated before the election and the fact that people were using selective hearing was the point of my “That is how Obama got elected”.

  • Katy Told

    Actually, if i remember correctly, i tuned into glenn beck accidentally and laughed my arseoff. that was 3-4 years ago. The morning when “at least he’s not a commy” was mentioned, i laughed very hard for the opening 20 minutes and am grateful for the humor. (i usually cry from 8-9 a.m.) You don’t even need the “opposition” dynamics for it to be funny. where are the funny founding fathers’ sense of irony, wit and divine resignation when you need them?

  • Anonymous

    They say that trolls will misrepresent reality, and that you do tend to do.

  • Anonymous

    Actually, it is definitely over.

  • Anonymous

    Do the names AJ Hess or causa pultris sound familiar? causa I think they’re back……you know, with a different mask. Same language, with a little different rock & roll!

  • Anonymous

    Reverse psychology works everytime.   Soros is the devil and anything he says, does and desires is questionable.

  • Anonymous

    Oh I don’t know..perhaps not.  You know, wishing it doesn’t make it so.  There are still enough of us out there rooting for Glenn.    But, you and your gang of what?  5? can believe what you wish…we’ll miss you. bye, bye.

  • Anonymous

    Carol, do you honestly think those here with opposing views wait to see how Glenn will vote?    I’ll speak for myself and let me just say, I am not convinced!  

     I listen to MR and find him weak;  on message, on lack of passion,  on everything he has hurled against his case of Obama.   He’s a piece of white bread-there’s no substance…there’s no whole grain for lack of a better analogy.

    It isn’t because he’s rich-that doesn’t matter to me.  I know many with money that are truly worried about the course we are heading towards and make a better case..too bad they aren’t running for the office of the POTUS!

    I admire Glenn and consider his ideas, observations and passion for our country exemplary, but I make up my mind as to who I vote for and why. Just like I wouldn’t expect him to back someone just because I do.

  • Anonymous

    To Puerto Ricans, all Americans are ugly….sorry to burst your bubble!

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, that must be it, bigot.

  • Anonymous

    There seem to be a few masquerading as conservatives.  Funny, you can always see who they are and they think they are so clever.

  • Anonymous

    I am praying that there are enough people like me to support him. Right now  he needs contributions to stay in the race. Due to voter fraud it seems he has less of a following than he really does. Lets support him and stick with him until Nov. and see what happens.

  • Anonymous

     Then support Ron Paul.

  • Anonymous

    LOL what flavor of koolaid are you drinking? After reading several of your posts, I think that it is you that is having some mental issue.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, I should have been more specific.  The last part of your post was well said.  The first part seemed to imply that all there is to Romney is that he is a good family man, which, if I understood your implication correctly, is just not true.

    And since there are many Romney haters on this board, I responded thusly.

  • Anonymous

    Who said that there was a US law to learn english? All of the candidates have stated that english SHOULD BE the official language of the US. The point that I was making is that Santorum said what he thought about the topic, Romney chose to pander and contradict himself by saying that he didn’t think it was necessary.

    I’ve noticed that the baptists and evangelicals bash the hell out of the catholics and mormoms. I guess any other faith is considered a cult.

    I’ll let you get back to your koolaid now.

  • Anonymous

    Santorum incorrectly stated that as part of US law if Puerto Rico wanted to become a state that they were required to have English as their only official language.  On this point Santorum was incorrect.  So Santorum may have been speaking his mind but what made him look dumb was that he was wrong on the law.  That was his error in this case.  Not an earth-shaking error but enough to help him lose by that much more in Puerto Rico.

  • Anonymous

    Actually, that pretty well somes it up.  If you are bashing the GOP nominee, Romney, then you are only ending up supporting Obama.  Time to get off that kick.  This phase is over.  Move along.

  • Anonymous

    Oh Oh, crazy Paulbot talking points.  Stand clear.  Another angry sore loser is about to blow.

  • Anonymous

    I am pretty sure even Glenn would admit to having human frailities.  And right now, when of them appears to be sore loser.

  • Anonymous

    khmichaels,
    Why is it so important for you to point out what you believe to be ONE human frailty in GLENN BECK?  Let’s talk about all of your human frailties.  ALL OF THEM!  I detect ENVY in you!  Let’s hope you rethink your comment, and keep in mind what GLENN BECK has endured to bring the TRUTH to all of us.  In the meantime, sit down, and try to find another frailty in GLENN BECK, as you count your own frailties.  Bet you have never been a sore loser, have you khmichaels??
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    Airfreddy,
    Only man can defeat Obama….MITT ROMNEY!  
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • Anonymous

    I am pretty sure me pointing out one or two weaknesses is not exactly a sin there little miss perfect.  I was just agreeing with the other poster since he was getting flack by some liar that said Beck was not showing sour grapes.  And the original poster seemed to be having some cult following thing going for Beck, which is rather unhealthy.   Why you so uppity?  Do you share that same problem?  You’re a little too fixated on the cult of Beck?  I am still a fan, but some of you are a bit rabid.  So chill out.

  • Anonymous

    khnmichaels,
    I am glad that you are still a fan of Glenn Beck.  I am too.  KhMichaels,  oh, please don’t call me “Miss Perfect.”  I’ve been trying to get away from perfection all of my life.  It is such a burden.   I want to be more like you, KH.
    Delores Smith
    Delores109@cox.net

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joan-Hamblin/100003387033504 Joan Hamblin

    I am a Glen Beck fan but I’m a Romney fan first.  Sorry, Beck, but your slogan is pretty demeaning and I have lost respect for you.  The big deal re. health care is that it has no business being a fed govt. requirement.  Not only is Romney a good family man, not only does he have strong morals, he is a proven leader both in Mass. and in the Olympics, which he pulled out of a financial morass.  That’s where our country is, isn’t it?  Not to mention a cesspool morally.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joan-Hamblin/100003387033504 Joan Hamblin

    Sorry, Glenn, not Glen

  • w. Parker

    You’re not the only person who is disallusioned by glenn…He doesn’t have any room to call anyone a “flipflopper” as he is the king of flipfloppers – as he appears “dizzy” and doesn’t recognize the direction he is heading. 

  • w. Parker

    It looks as though many people are seeing the same thing…He is NOT the same Glenn while at Fox.  His flipflopping is becoming irrational.  To have heard glenn speak over the past few months of Newt, you’d think he was referring to Edi Amin, Santorum as stalin and Romney as Mao – sickening…Who is he for – Obama?

  • Anonymous

     That statement in and of itself is funny. The primary is virtually over and it is time to rally around  the nominee. Glen isn’t doing that which is not funny at all. There will be at least one Supreme Court justice retiring in the next four years and that makes it even less funny that Glen is still in the disparage Romney mode.

  • Anonymous

     That statement in and of itself is funny. The primary is virtually over and it is time to rally around  the nominee. Glen isn’t doing that which is not funny at all. There will be at least one Supreme Court justice retiring in the next four years and that makes it even less funny that Glen is still in the disparage Romney mode.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, shame on  you.  I have been an admirer and listener of yours for years and this is the first time I have been ashamed of you.  My first choice is not going to be our GOP candidate  either and I am still going to do my best for whomever we have running against Obama.  He must be defeated.  Then we hold our new Pres. to his promises and if he does not keep his word we vote him out and do better the next time until we have our country back.  We must keep doing better.  We have men and women, like you, who have allowed us to see inside the white house and we are never going to leave again.  We must hold them accountable.  Please come back, Glenn, I don’t understand you anymore.

  • Anonymous

    I would have really been happy if Newt or Santorum had won the primary.  It’s not that Romney won’t be at LEAST 100% better than Obama, it’s just that he may not beat Obama for one reason…..    Romney starts everything he says, by a little stuttering!  It  makes him sound weak.  He doesn’t sound confident.  It seems like he is caught off guard.  Obama is a horrible President, but a great speaker/liar.  He says what you want to hear, and does what HE wants, not what the American people want!  If he wins again, we may not have a vote in 4 more years!

  • http://www.facebook.com/darrelldwilliams Darrell Williams

     HUH?  Santorum never said that.  What he said was not said in the best way, without teleprompters and very tired.However he explain what he meant several times. He was saying that many people might think that they just as well vote for Obama, since Romney’s policies are so much like Obama’s…Obama lite.  (well, something like that.)

  • Anonymous

    Holy Hell! I can’t believe Glenn is supporting obamalite…. Glenn needs to support the REAL Tea Party candidate, RON PAUL.

  • Anonymous

    U know what, I totally walk way from Glenn Beck, He is an jerk. I just heard him make fun of people gtg upset about people eating dogs. To hell w Beck.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CWK3TFBPJEZJYB33TSNHO3P3UI donna

    I, like you, once backed the Big GOP candidates. That is until the 2008 election. I voted for McCain. Afterwards I found out he was a supporter of Cap&Trade. THAT’S when I stated to search for the truth. It just didn’t make sense.Remember how Boener had the upper hand in the budget nogotiations last Summer? He went golfing with Obama, then caved. I started realizing that there are only a handful or so of principled politicians who truly care for the soveriegnty of our nation. I kindly ask you to read Ron Paul’s book Revolution. You will then come to a clear understanding of why the media not only attacks him, but ignores him.(youtube-judge napolitana fired for rant) God Bless.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CWK3TFBPJEZJYB33TSNHO3P3UI donna

    Is it fair ? Being that only a handful are true Constitutional Conservatives. Don’t kid yourself Jeff. If Romney gets in were finished.There is a fight taking place within the Republican party. Big Gov/Big Spenders vs Small Gov/Constitutional Law . I’m with Judge Napolitano in supporting Ron Paul. Take a minute and view youtubes-Judge Napolitano fired from Fox after rant. The judge calls out everyone involved.A must see.God bless.There MUST be a Rep delegate convention this August!

  • George Poerner

    I can’t believe the best the Republican party could come up with was Romney. I had him spotted as a creep after the first debate. I will vote for him over the COMMIE we now have,not because I want to only because he is the lesser of the two evils. Another wasted four years, what a shame. We could get out of the hole were in, but I don’t think he has th balls to do whathas to be done. His only thought if elected will be how do I get a second term.
    How about we draft Jan Bruster at the republican covention. She is a women that has more balls than both of the creeps that will be running. 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/7R5GCNRZY7KJEEZA4RBYFYPLVA dave

    THE SONS OF LIBERTY WILL RISE AGAIN   BATMAN WONT SAVE YOU  “”” 

  • Truthspeaker

    Ah yes- Glenn Beck… self described Libertarian voting for Mitt Romney. You should be voting Johnson. Or at least suspicious of the media blackout around first Dr. Paul and now Johnson.

  • Truthspeaker

    “Real Conservatives” drove the last true conservative to retirement and drove the next best thing to a third party. The GOP is now exclusively about the wealthy. When all the elderly supporters croak, your party will be reduced to rubble. The absolute rejection of Ron Paul supporters is not going to be good in the long run for the Republican party.