Glenn tells O’Reilly he’s done with big government, establishment Republicans

Last night, Glenn appeared on The O’Reilly Factor and discussed the influence that the Tea Party will have in the country moving forward and the continuing struggle between the establishment GOP and advocates for small government.

In the interview, Glenn told O’Reilly that he was done dealing with the big government establishment GOP, and that they have betrayed their values for too long. Glenn said that the GOP have worked against the Tea Party for too long.

Glenn said he feels good about Rand Paul, is on the fence on Marco Rubio, and is not a fan of Chris Christie.

“I’m sure the Republicans will become less and less relevant with every day that goes by,” Glenn said. “They are becoming the Whig Party”.

Glenn did not agree with the trend for some in the GOP to become more “moderate” on issues, and said the most moderate position would be to cut spending.

  • Anonymous

    The Republican on the 2016 ticket has no shot at beating the Democrat.  Obama won last Nov. 6th despite being easily within one of the top five worst presidents ever (Andrew Johnson, Jimmy Carter, Warren G. Harding, and Andrew Jackson round it out in my opinion).  
    Simply put, the more viable and truthful the Republican candidate, the less likely he is to win. This country has a socialist mindset and many people are openly bigoted towards conservatives.  We are a nation of idiots, people who think that the only people who believe in Jesus are old, rich, racist white men.  The truth no longer matters and the New York Times is no more truthful than Pravda.  

    • jen


      • Anonymous

        Jen, the GOP has run poorly executed campaigns. But their values will never change. Democrats were for slavery until 1863, Democrats were against abortion until 1973, Democrats didn’t hail entitlements until FDR came into power. The GOP never changes, ever. They are being suppressed. You are wrong to say that GOP and Dems are one. Wouldn’t the GOP be for Obamacare and class warfare if they were truly aligned? Relax, because you are going to get exactly what you want, you and all of your liberal constituents have won, you are going to get your centralized one party system, unfortunately I have to get stuck right under the jack boot, right alongside you. We’re all Commies now unfortunately, choice is a myth.

        • Anonymous

          Perhaps if you tried this thing called “winning elections” would help, along with maybe stop being a stupid exaggerater, which is the one thing that makes you guys look ridiculous to the rest of us. Jack boots? Communism? Give me a fucking break. All of you  here are so riddled with stupidity and fear you simply have nothing to offer that sane people want, so nobody is voting for you, it’s really that simple.  You scream like bitches over shit that isn’t even real.

          • Anonymous

            Uhm, you do realize that those crazy stories come from idiot LIBERALS like yourself, don’t you, lol?  You talk about getting off the crazy train, but the ONLY ones even on that crazy train are you idiot liberals.  Again, you prove just how stupid you liberals are.

  • snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    The established GOP, as with the Socialist-dominated Democratic party, are on the edge of dissolution and we are seeing the birthing of a new group coming to the fore; right now with the conservatives movement, and especially the Tea Party, is we hold the choice as to what we stand for and how to show it to the people.

    For too long the Socialist-Communist left has been allowed to manipulate and dominate the nation; the Republicans old guard continue to cave and have forgotten who they are and why they are there.

    There is to be no ‘I will try,’ we either do our best to make it happen, or we do nothing and let the nation pass into the night.

    • jen

      Not so fast. Rubio is a big government establishment freak – and Glenn is on the ‘fence’ about him.  Hence, Glenn is not done at all with gop establishment types like Rove/Romney.  Afterall, it was that establishment gang behind closed doors that decided Rubio would be the face of the GOP establishments.

      • William Vining

        Glenn wants to be a big political player. He’s become marginalized in the GOP after making a fool of himself on Fox, back tracking on FEMA camps and proclaiming Obama is a racist, not to mention his utterly bizarre dressing up as Moses right before he got fired.  As a result, he has decided to wreck the GOP, so he can satisfy his meglomania by becoming a big shot in the minority movement that is left.  If he talks the suckers who falls for his baloney into this, he will be talking them into decades of rule by the Democratic Party.  Beck has now become the best friend the Democrats ever had. Why Glenn ? What back room deals did you make? What twisted vision has made you decide to destroy the GOP ? You owe us all the real explanation.

        • Anonymous

          Glenn left Fox News on his own terms.  He had historically high ratings when he left.  He was not fired.  These are facts.  Accept them and move on or continue to live in denial.  Quite frankly I don’t care what you do.

          • Anonymous

            Bert, methinks you overestimate Beck’s influence. The guy was just sucking off cocaine dealers a few short years ago. Now he preaches to a choir, and not a very large one. He has less impact than a wet fart.

          • Anonymous

            No man, you got that wrong, he’s going to be sucking off more than coke dealers, he’s going to be sucking off millions of GOP voters to go vote for his latest loser like Duncan Hunter, Tancredo, and all the rest of the far right kooks he’s endorsed that are so far out there they don’t have a chance, like this lunatic Rand Paul who’d stab his own dad in the back by getting into bed with Beck and Gray, who called Ron Paul every name in the book for years. Oh, yeah, baby, he’s going to have a big impact and we here over in the Democratic Party love him for his crusade to destroy the GOP, I keep asking around to see who paid him.

          • Art Thornhill

            It seems to me the Pres has his past problems which seems to have been forgiven. Forgiveness is not just for liberals.

          • Anonymous

            He was fired you idiot, advertisers were dumping him in droves. Please don’t listen to this WV dope. Please don’t do anything to stop Beck from doing what he is doing. Man, this is tasty for us on the left, Paul and Beck split the GOP, walking off with 60% of the party, leaving who in the GOP? Oh, yeah, now I remember, LIBERAL Republicans! Moderate Republicans! People who don’t want your social issue vagina-obsession gay bashing fascism! And just who do you think they are going to be voting for? You yellow ribbon waving morons in the new White People’s Party? Thanks Glenn, we over here in the Democratic Party love you man. Keep bashing the Hispanics. Keep bashing the gays. Don’t let up on the constant gloom and doom and the whole “sky is falling” gold scam, and don’t stop the Obama hate that borders on madness, we need you man.

          • Anonymous

            I’ll tell you all that matters to me after reading your post.  I’m classy and you are rude.  

          • Anonymous

            LOL  Fired?  Obviously, you do NOT know what fired actually means.  It is a DOCUMENTED FACT that Beck left on his own terms.  And advertisers were dumping him in droves?  LOL  Shows how much you pay attention to ACTUAL DOCUMENTED FACTS.  ONLY a few advertisers actually left him, and those particular advertisers were quickly replaced with others.  It is a DOCUMENTED FACT that Beck’s ratings were higher than ANY OTHER news program in that time slot.  Compare the ratings before and after Beck’s show was on the air on Fox, for crying out loud.  You idiot leftists just love to ignore documented facts, don’t you?

  • Sam Fisher

    Where is the tea party we should be still out their letting are voices be heard.

  • Mrs. A

    IMHO dems and repubs are all worked by the same puppet masters.  Period.  I believe they have their “plans” implimented and it will only be a matter of time before the hammer falls and there is nothing we can do.  The men and women in Washington DC serve their masters or should I say in the end their ONE master, aka: Satan.  America will be judged and punished by God because if this country isn’t a modern day Sodom and Gomorrah then I am a size 2 super model.  I believe the ONLY way we will see change is if we all fall to our knees and pray to the God who made heaven and earth and beg, beg, beg for HIS mercy.  I think we all know that won’t happen.  God bless you all.

    • Anonymous

      Mrs A, you are exactly right in your description of the problem: SATAN, but I do believe that GOD who created the world is wiser and stronger then Satan. GOD BLESS AMERICA!!       Read: King Solomen-Money-Sex-Power

      • Mrs. A

        THANKS!  I will check it out…..I read a LOT and have a Kindle so THANKS for the recommend!  And I agree…..may GOD BLESS AMERICA! 

    • Anonymous

      Maybe you need to put your tin foil hat on tighter. It’s all a conspiracy you know, directed by some guy who lives underground!

  • Anonymous

    And if the Republicans are irrelevant, Beck is even more so. 

  • Vae Victis

    If I recall correctly, Glenn really liked Ron Paul and was on the fence about Romney in the last election too. We all know how quickly that changed.

     It’s interesting how Glenn has to keep repeating those same lines over and over every year about being done with big government establishment Republicans. If he was done with them all the previous times, why keep reiterating it? He can start proving it by upholding the Constitution and stop attacking the “Birthers” who already do.

    Barrack Obama, Marco Rubio, and Bobby Jindal are not natural born citizens which makes them ineligible to be the President of the USA, according to the Supreme Law of the Land.

    Age and Citizenship requirements – US Constitution, Article II, Section 1

    No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States.

    From Vattel’s, Law of Nations Book I

    § 212. Of the citizens and natives. 

    “The citizens are the members of the civil society; bound to this society by certain duties, and subject to its authority, they equally participate in its advantages. The natives, or natural-born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens. As the society cannot exist and perpetuate itself otherwise than by the children of the citizens, those children naturally follow the condition of their fathers, and succeed to all their rights. The society is supposed to desire this, in consequence of what it owes to its own preservation; and it is presumed, as matter of course, that each citizen, on entering into society, reserves to his children the right of becoming members of it. The country of the fathers is therefore that of the children; and these become true citizens merely by their tacit consent. We shall soon see whether, on their coming to the years of discretion, they may renounce their right, and what they owe to the society in which they were born. I say, that, in order to be of the country, it is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; for, if he is born there of a foreigner, it will be only the place of his birth, and not his country.”

    Just because Obama and the Democrats were able to temporarily subvert the Constitution is no excuse for Republicans to follow suit. Temporarily will become permanently if that is allowed to happen.

    Are we a Nation of Laws, or of men?

    What say you Mr. Beck?

    • jen

      Funny observation. Unfortunately, I think you may be right. Beck does seem to use the same phrases over and over – good acting. By election time, Beck will be much more for Rubio than Rand Paul. Beck will backstack Rand to favor establishmetn like Rubio, as he did with Romney.

  • Syd Chaden

    The USA desperately needs a principled political party through which it can pursue its interests.  It doesn’t have one now.  It didn’t have one during the last two elections.  the USA needs a  party that will clearly state the principles for which it stands, and that will steadfastly advocate and support them.  Those who advocate compromise to gain an advantage, or who insist that compromise is essential to progress, are, in my opinion the greatest obstacle that the country faces.  Compromising a position that is right, means adopting a position that is partly right and partly wrong.  Compromising the truth with a lie means adopting part truths and part falsehoods.  And compromising principles means just that, compromising principles.  I’m 82 years old.  I have seen administrations and
    Congresses from FDR to Obama, and Tip O’Neill to Reid and Boehner.  In all those years, the only group that I have seen that has not compromised its principles is the Tea Party.  Unfortunately, the Tea Party has been damaged by some who have invented their own principles, and who have presented them under the Tea Party banner.  That is no better than those who seek to reinvent the Constitution and the Ten Commandments.    Compromising
    politicians have gotten us into the mess we are in today.   We need a party of principle, and, hopefully, that is the Tea Party.

    • jen


    • Anonymous

      With all due respect to your venerability and perspective, the GOP has principles and the Democratic party has moral relativism and socialism as its absolute hallmarks.  

  • Anonymous

    It amazes me that the liberal racists slam America for
    past mistakes.  Why don’t they study the history of all
    of the countries in our world and explain how so many
    of them had tyrants for rulers.
    Come on already!

  • Anonymous

    Big Government equals big headache for tax payers

  • NPC

    Ted Cruz in my humble opinion tops the list of people to watch, he’s the only straight talker , and is not PC.I like him an support him.

  • Doug Barnett

    fucki if i could talk with out payeing money i want

  • Doug Barnett

    ok i figured it out  nice ……….reilly not sure bout that man..he has alot to say but not making an since to me me glen can do the same some times but alest glen is right on!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    The difference between O’Reilly and Beck is that O’Reilly sexually harassed a female employee while pleasuring himself with a phallus shaped vibrator while Beck used to suck his cocaine dealer’s penis in the radio station’s bathroom in exchange for cocaine 

  • Jan

    This program that Bill points out from the FDA is complete crap—Glen is right –they all should be fired–

  • suz

    these are the moments wherein i’m not a big fan of o’reilly.  “DEFINE RACISM??”  he’s an a_s here.  did he not just hear what we all heard that man say on tape?  and the smirking he does when he says “okay glenn wants you to call your congressman…”

    don’t like him, he’s disrespectful and it’s obvious to me he’s jealous of what glenn’s accomplished.  glenn has always said wonderful things about him but i see what i see.

  • bobjr4freedom

    The GOP really has dropped the ball.And no matter who picks it up.They won’t be trusted as anyone else.So what do we do.Chris Christie is not all that great either.I agree with Glenn.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, Christie gets 70% approval in a Democratic state, he has broad support from women and Hispanics, he’s the last guy in the world you need to support if you want to win, stick with Beck, we all know how his candidates, Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter, Rick Santorum, Michelle Bachman, did in the last elections. Wait a minute…. you say those guys are a bunch of losers? Laughingstocks? Approval numbers in the cellar who piss off every woman and Hispanic in the country? And Christie doesn’t ? What? Huh? Gee, I need to listen to Glenn Beck more to find out why!

  • Anonymous

    Any Republican who rises to prominence is now soundly crushed. Christie was filmed shaking hands, and crying, Rubio is the bad guy for drinking water, blah blah blah. There are multiple forces that serve to take them down.

    Any plan to move forward, and keep our American values must include remaining true to our values, no matter what. Anyone who blinks is taken down soundly. Anyone who compromises is soundly defeated. I also think that one of the absolute best ways to fight this onslaught to our way of life is to learn the law, and learn to operate within it, in the most efficient manner possible.

    I also think that one very good method of defending against some of the things that the Obama team do, is to use the actions of Newt Gingrich, when he was Speaker of the House. Does anyone remember the speech that he gave to the American people, from his office (as Speaker)? That was excellent, and that is just the type of response that is needed, each and every time the president takes inappropriate action. 

    One of the problems with the term Tea Party, is it has rebellious connotations. It implies that it is rebelling against something, and therefore is seen in a negative sense. For example, if it wins, it would have to change its name? Based on this, it needs a new name.  A name that is not dependant on rebelling against an evil, or acting in response, to carry forth a grievance. Rather, it needs a name that is stand alone. A name that is all inclusive to all Americans, and it needs to hold as its core, the notion of forever adhering to the preservation of the Constitution.  

  • Anonymous

    Beck is such a fat little bitch

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