Glenn poignantly reflects on his time at Fox News with Megyn Kelly

Last night, Glenn appeared on Fox News’ The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly to discuss his fiery open letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo following his declaration that “right-to-life,” “pro-assault weapon,” “anti-gay” “extreme conservatives” are not welcome in New York State. Kelly also asked Glenn to reflect on his time at Fox News, and Glenn tackled both topics by focusing on the importance of unity.

Glenn believes Gov. Cuomo is reacting to the far-left principles of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, and he referred to the rhetoric is part of a “hostile takeover of New York.” While Gov. Cuomo has dismissed the controversy surrounding his comments claiming he was talking about politicians only, Glenn questioned what good a political system is that doesn’t have opposing viewpoints.


“If we can’t have politicians that stand up for the constitution, stand up for the point of view that you have a right-to-life as an unborn child – the hatred of gays is a totally separate thing,” Glenn said. “But those two in particular are essential for us to argue about and have debate about.”

People disagree with one another. People hold opposing views. But in order to co-exist with those with whom we disagree, we have to decide if we can look past the divisive issues and find the things that unite us.

“If we can’t live in the same state and work in the same state, what do we have,” Glenn asked. “We have to decide: Can we live with people with different points of view? If we can’t, we’ve seen that road over and over again the 20th century and it doesn’t end well.”

Referring to Glenn during his time on Fox News as a “lightening rod,” Kelly asked him to reflect on his time at the network.


“I remember it as an awful lot of fun and that I made an awful lot of mistakes, and I wish I could go back and be more uniting in my language,” Glenn said poignantly. “I think I played a role, unfortunately, in helping tear the country apart, and it’s not who we are.”

“I didn’t realize how really fragile the people were, I thought we were kind of more in it together,” he added. “Now I look back and I realize if we could have talked about the uniting principles a little bit more instead of the problems, I think I would look back on it a little more fondly. But that’s only my role.”

  • Anonymous

    “Our culture has accepted two huge lies. The first is that if you
    disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear or hate them. The
    second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they
    believe or do. Both are nonsense. You don’t have to compromise
    convictions to be compassionate.”


    Rick Warren

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck has done more to honor this country and the constitution than any other mouth piece. I will continue to listen and watch him as long as he continues to do so. I will say, I do like that he has become more of a uniter in the last year or two. Keep up the good work, you are very loved and appreciated in Texas!

  • Anonymous

    I’m really sad that you feel your time at FOX was part of tearing the country apart? I really felt you were trying to bridge the chasm of divide being created by the elites in DC? You brought a wealth of information to us and helped us learn who these people are. In fact, what they are STILL doing to us today. No other program was giving us an education and providing us the focus back to who we REALLY are as a nation.
    I haven’t seen that passion in a while from you. I miss the educational bits about our history and the spotlight on the corrupt bastages trying to rewrite it.
    You brought humor along with that information. Many of us were able to stiffen our spines, learn our history and laugh along with you pointing out the moronic attempts by those in DC trying to steal our country away from us. We have sanitized their attempts to reshape our country by bringing them out into the light and laughing at them. We learned from you to turn the tables on them. WE hold the power over them and your time at FOX showed us that.
    You had a formula that worked and you didn’t crater to threats or demands to change it. You took the risk of developing your own network that inspired many of us to step out of our own comfort zones and push back against the cronies and the status quo. We have followed you to your new home because you still inspire us to strive to be the best we can be. I have found my path back to God, in part, because of you. I’m still with you today and a subscriber.
    But, I miss that feisty guy from FOX!

  • TheShockster

    I think he was talking stylistically, not content wise so much. I have the same problem, I’m too harsh but i still stand by what I said if not how I said it.

  • Anonymous

    My household understood the “help tear the country apart” as Glenn being regretful over the 9/12 Project, Tea Party, and all other conservative groups that have resulted from these, and how today they are potrayed as being the extremist/radical view by the media and even the Prez. They united us then, and I surely don’t want him to think they are dividing us today. I think he may need to continue to clarify that difference. The greatest uniter in this country was once our Constitution, and that is where we ALL need to be today…NOT with the parties!

  • Sue B

    I loved your show on FOX. I was upset about not being able to get your new show and was elated when DISH network began carrying it. You are a legend, an honorable man and a true patriot. Thank you for all you have done and are still doing.

  • Anonymous

    Shock learning has become an awakening tool that shakes us once again to what we really need to aware of. Needed in this politically correct (corrupt) society. On Fox news you found people who were shaken back to reality. Harsh at times…hmmm, maybe, effective… yes. And that’s what brought the followers. No apologies needed to Fox. Certainly not to your followers. Now if we can only find some leaders in Washington DC that will be honest and truthful to us.. they might find a following. But I don’t intend to hold my breath!!!

  • AD

    what channel is it on?

  • Dio Ayala

    I loved you then and I still love you Glen, we need more men and women like you to speak up for those of us who don’t have a voice

  • Crassus

    Looks like Glenn Beck is seeking to move towards the center. Too bad. You coulda been a contender, Glenn.

  • LEL

    No Glenn, you did exactly what was needed during your time at FOX. People need a reason to unite, you provided the reason through exposing the truth. The only thing that worries me is after seeing obama and Co. elected, Nancy & Harry doing their dastardly deeds, the disgraceful DOJ, DHS, SecOfState and IRS, then the re-election of obama & Co. – I fear We do not surround Them.

  • ThorsteinVeblen2012

    Can’t disagree with that

  • Anonymous

    …”love the sinner…hate the sin”…that old-time philosophy still holds value.

  • SterlingK

    The Blaze needs to get Megyn Kelly.

  • hyson12887 .

    Lightning*

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    No it looks like he is trying to be civil something you liberals do not understand.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    But you liberals do every day.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    I think you did what was right on Fox you waked a lot of people up.

  • ThorsteinVeblen2012

    You only make yourself seem foolish writing something so sophomoric.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    You just did it so thanks for proving my point.

  • Anonymous

    You liberals? Yes, Liberals are not civil at all. Do not think Crassus is a liberal by his remark?

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck, You pissed the liberals off, indeed. Wake up some moderates, that needed waking up. You can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs. Fox news should have never asked you to leave.

  • scouch

    Cuomo was talking about all people not just politicians.

  • Anonymous

    I could not have said it better. I learned more from Glenn’s show and it made me continue to research and continue to research. I can now understand why all the corruption exists in this administration and how it got to this point. Sadly, everything he presented made sense and we never would have known had he not been on Fox. Thank you , Glenn.

  • Richard H. Gould

    Think Glenn has it wrong this time,not the time for uniting,more for the time for enlightenment of the Low Info,no info,clueless,and the ostriches.There are probably 1 million or more fervent Leftists(attach any “isim” you wish) out there who as far as I am concerned should be round up and deported,shot,or tossed into the ocean,THEY hate this Nation and are OUR Enemy. Period!!

  • ThorsteinVeblen2012

    They may have united you with other similarly disposed people but were divisive of the country overall.

    I disagree with Glenn Beck on almost everything, but not everything. Perhaps we should be talking about and working on the things we can agree.

    This country was founded by people of vastly divergent points of view. It was not just a Christian nation or a nation of farmers, merchants or slaveholders.

    The poor, Blacks, Native Americans and women were not given the right to vote. We have evolved and will continue to. If Glenn can evolve in his thinking maybe you and I can as well.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    Oops actually put you in their which was not what I mean to say.

  • Anonymous

    It’s on The Blaze channel on Dish, it depends what state you live in. We have Roku one time purchase $100. plus buy subscription at Glenn Beck for about $95.00. a yr. so we don’t have to buy top programming channels that have a bunch of nonsense through Dish, or if you have Dish I think you can buy The Blaze ala-cart at I believe $5.00 a month!

  • Robert Starkand

    If I may presume, I thought the same way as Glenn did when he was working at Fox: that is, that we and the vast majority of Americans were asleep at the wheel and by sounding the alarm, that vast majority would rise and stop this extreme shift to centralized power in the federal government. It didn’t quite work out that way. What we thought was true certainly was true when we were young, but not now. Instead, many people were in denial and refused to accept the truth. They were in fact, offended by the sound of the alarm. Then, you had the distortion of his message by the media, academia, and Hollywood; so many people without actually tuning into Glenn had a distorted idea of who he was and what he was saying. Then you had the obstacle that by changing course, many felt that their relationships and careers would be adversely affected, not without reason. Then you have a younger generation that don’t know what we know, had not experienced what we experienced. Then you have those politicians who say they believe what we believe, then act differently when elected to office. If I were Glenn, I wouldn’t be too hard on myself, because you can only act on what you know at the time. Now he is searching for a gentler way to reach people. Unifying principles sounds like a good way to go. Although the last election cycle did not work out as we had hoped, millions of people have been inspired to get involved in their communities, in education, in our culture, in fighting against these Agenda 21 projects and demanding our private property rights, fighting for our individual freedoms and remembering our humanity. I think Glenn had a little something to do with that. I support him and I thank him.

  • C Bauer

    Well played, Sam Fisher. Well played.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn didn’t play a role in helping to tear the country apart – the left did that. Glenn have us a voice and it was sorely needed. I wish I could turn on my tv and still see him at 5 PM – even though I like The 5 – Beck is really missed and I’m a subscriber.

  • Anonymous

    I hope Glenn Beck realizes that he’s the only person who took the time and expended the effort to teach his viewers exactly how Soros works and the influence he has. Those shows on Fox were priceless!

  • not a liberal

    I agree with you. I believe that Glen was right where he needed to be for many Americans. Myself,I appreciated the truth – I happen to believe it wasn’t’ harsh at all. THAT IS WHAT TRUTH IS. I am quite sick of all the pussy footing, feel good, bull – that is who PROGRESSIVES ARE, THEY STROKE YOU AND LIE EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. THEY HAVE NO SOUL – ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS POWER, GREED AND SELF INTEREST. I thank GOD every day for Glen Beck.

  • not a liberal

    Ditto

  • Rich Trkut

    The only reason Democrats compromise is because they ask for double what the want and quadruple what is reasonable or needed. Then they demonize and scream racist to get that.

  • Adam Graham

    Lightning rod; not “lightening rod.”

  • Rich Trkut

    Glenn’s comments here are the reason liberalism runs wild and ruins our country. No matter how reasonable or accommodating his language was, he’s a conservative and they were going to distort what he said to make him seem racist and uncaring. That’s the main reason Gov. Christie was so loved at first. He took the lies and slander the liberal/communist/Democrats accused him of and defended himself with vigor. I knew as soon as he was accused of the bridge scandal they were going to use his vigorous self defense as bullying to stop conservatives from defending themselves with vigor.So it’s back to turning the other cheek and getting punched on the other one. The Republicans will go back to bringing a knife to a gunfight. Which is why the Communist/Democratic party wants such strict gun control.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, it makes me sad that you have regrets. You are an amazing man with incredible vision. Fox wasn’t ready for that obviously, You opened people’s eyes and you brought me so much joy. I love listening to you and the guys every day. Thank God for you.

  • mtbeaches

    I’m sorry to hear you say that Glenn. Your show on FOX was fantastic and you did unite many people with the 9/12 and Restoring Honor rallies in DC. I have never felt so unitied with so many people as I did when I attended those two events, both of which were done when you were at FOX.

  • LibertyEagle

    The truth doesn’t evolve…it comes to light. “Divisiveness” occurs when the truth offends the group that wants to keep it buried and then decides to fight it.

  • Michael Nunez

    Although inseparable from liberty, the self-reliance and responsibility required to prosper in a free country can be sources of discontent.

  • whyworrynow

    What Glenn Beck said in this interview surprised me. It was all the things I felt about him. It was like he was initiating an emotional hatred division between Americans which was being fed by political agendas. Being a LDS, I could see it in other LDS towards me. I don’t feel I’m liberal or conservative, I’m me. I don’t fit in molds well as it is. Add this on top, and I’m ousted. I didn’t feel as comfortable around other church members anymore. One of my friends said there is so much hate now with the political divide. All I could say was not on my end. They calmed down once Glen Beck left Fox News. So, I really admire him for seeing it outside the box and how things were instigated. When someone can see how their efforts did not serve well, they have just gained my respect. It’s not about party affiliation. It’s about character. A willingness to admit you were wrong. I see him in a different light.

  • nyknyk

    “I think I played a role, unfortunately, in helping tear the country apart…”

    First factual thing I have ever read on this ‘site. Well done!

  • Anonymous

    Glen Beck, you told it like it was and still IS…so don’t be sorry for telling TRUTH!

  • crabapple

    I feel so bad that Glenn feels this way. He did unite many people through exposing the truth and through education! When Glenn was on fox my family and I were glued to the tv set every night to watch him. I miss him so much on fox would get blaze but I can’t afford it. He unapologetically told the American people the truth about who’s running the country. Who would’ve done that if Glenn didn’t? He also gave a history lesson which many people don’t know. Who else if not Glenn would have explained and taught about the constitution? The info he gave us during that show is very valuable. Glenn please don’t wish you did things differently, I speak for my whole family when I say that you were exactly what this country needed at exactly the right time although we wished you continued your fox show. Please do not apologize you were not harsh you just told the truth, a truth that everyone needs to hear. It just made me quite sad to hear that you have regrets when you and your show taught me and my family so much. Don’t apologize because some disagree with you. Stand by your principals. Well I haven’t seen your new show but I hope and pray that you are still getting the truth out and teaching real American history.

  • mblawson

    My immediate reaction watching the interview with Megyn Kelly was that Glenn was poking a jab at some Fox execs who may have been trying to get him to tone it down on his show. The statement that he helped tear the country apart sounded like ultimate sarcasm aimed at his critics who gave him way too much credit for creating the chasm in politics today. If so, then I think this was brilliant on his part! Go back and watch him answer the question again. I took his answer translated as “our country’s problems are a lot bigger than me,” and the whole response was tongue in cheek. Maybe I’m way off base here, but he looked like he was mocking his critics including Megyn.

  • Anonymous

    I’m sorry Glen feels the need to be apologetic for speaking the truth, exposing the lies and holdiing acccountable the the leadership of this country. I only hope that the loss of his job at Fox doesn’t make him lose his spine. There is much more to life than fame and fortune. There is character and integrity. The latter we can take with us when we die and Glen has plenty of that. Stay strong, keep the faith and mever back down from the truth.

  • Schnauzer Lover

    Take heart Glenn. The way I see it, you were chosen to pick up where Paul Revere left off. You’ve tried to warn the American people of the demise headed our way. I respect you immensely for speaking the truth in the face of adversity. It’s taken courage and absolute conviction to carry the warnings forward in the face of misguided opposition, threats and naysayers. Time however, has now become your vindicator. FOX News Channel has been eating & choking on crow ever since you left. Many of your predictions & warnings (sad, but true) are actually coming to fruition now. I have often said that FOX owes you a huge public apology and admit that they were wrong. It’s been frustrating and embarrassing watching O’Reilly eat his crow so darn slowly. Actually it’s been painstakingly difficult watching the entire network eat their whole damn crow, bit by bit. I’m learning that wise discernment sometimes comes later for some than for others. Stay the course Glenn, don’t fold and don’t buy into the Big Lie. You HAVE NOT hurt this country! Whoever has said that is obviously under the influence of the Big Liar. Keep your inner Paul Revere spreading the truth & sounding the alarm bells. This country needs insightful and courageous patriots like yourself!

  • Anonymous

    I miss him too! He was a pioneer and showed us what was going on and we have taken his lead and continued the fight. I hope he can get on some cable outlets.

  • Anonymous

    Boy they sure were afraid of his chalk boards. One episode he had 3 boards up and them democratic heads were exploding!

  • Carla Meyer Strunk

    By nature, truth is intolerant. Not unifying. If it were unifying, what makes it truth? That’s called compromise. I think Beck did the right thing by being part of the great divide because we have unified ourselves into accepting what is going on in this country that is killing us. There has to be a separation or truth means nothing.

  • Carla Meyer Strunk

    Absolutely right!

  • Anonymous

    I miss Beck. I am retired mostly (age 70). I work part-time which may require driving 400 miles in a day. I would sometimes leave at 5 AM in order to make it back by 4:00 to see the program. Days that I did not have work I meet with a group of friends at the coffee shop at 3:00. It was a standing joke when I left. Someone would always say ” It must be Glenn Beck time.” By the way Glenn, good to have you in Texas.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, with respect to your own assessment of your Fox commentary having had a polarizing effect on the American people; “hind sight is 20-20.” Of the hosts, commentators and contributors Fox put in front of the cameras, none drilled down to the heart of the issues as deeply as did your analysis. I certainly don’t have the regrets, that Fox apparently did, for having been a fan of the 2pm hour on Fox. The hard times this country is going through today merit a better representation of the harder news than is currently presented.

  • amiciLatinae

    From this side of the tv what I saw Mr. Beck doing was questioning WHAT we thought we were following and WHETHER or not we could really unify behind people who ceased to protect the American dream and support 100% our Constitution. Urging one to think is hardly something to regret. Mr. Beck cannot hold a candle to the mega solar flare of divisiveness B.O. has engineered for five years. How will you vote, or do you live where the Dems control the voting machines like NSA controls all your electronics?

  • P O’d

    Easy for someone with no convictions to say. Rick “the reprobate” Warren is behind the entire “chrislam” movement. He threw Christianity under the bus. 69 upvotes as I write this? You have got to be kidding.

  • David Carter

    Ditto – no reason to feel any regret for how you informed us. You did it just right.

  • David Carter

    Ditto – I was sorry to hear your response to Ms. Kelly. No reason to feel any regret for how you informed us. You did it just right.

  • David Carter

    I watched daily, live, or recorded for viewing before retiring each day. Was priceless education. Well delivered. Glenn, have NO regrets. You did it perfectly.

  • David Carter

    I feel exactly the same way. No regrets, Glenn!

  • Anonymous

    I watch your program faithfully when you were at Fox and learned so much! The books you recommended and the guests you presented on your program were wonderful. Missed you on TV. Hope you come back soon on Cable TV!

  • suegee

    The second video is about Beck’s answer for Kelley’s question.
    I was so upset I went to Twitter, apparently others too. To point where he had to address it (slightly) next day. Fleeting thought of cancelling subscription, fleeting.
    All these loyal fans followers, willing to follow him into hell (D.C.)… some followed to Israel, and “looking back, he wished he had been more uniting”??? Excuse us, we already have a John McCain and GOP. Left me feeling like what was all this for? Like all the rest of the crap in America, just crap.
    Everyone has seen him evolve, not quite the same guy from just a few years
    ago, probably No ONE could keep up that pace & pressure/ and a testament to
    how strong his marriage is, and we all change as we rock on, but I would really like that guy back: the one who had nearly every piece of info on this white house no one else had & tried to tell America (wait, whoever was listening– and we know not enough), always speaking about TRUTH, warning to get your life & finances in order because darkness coming, exposing who Van Jones (and others) really was and he had to resign from White House, constantly alerting about terrorism, who George Soros is, how up to his big unsightly ears the Manchurian candidate in WH is with Muslim terrorists, predicted the Arab spring years ahead, all sorts of wide subjects, facts, teaching & books out the ying yang. Then Soros has a cometoJesus meeting with Fox telling them I will cost you sponsors if you don’t shut him up or get rid of him. So Beck leaves and has to start from bottom on internet. A very brilliant mind way ahead ~ even some in Hollywood openly amazed about what he could dream ~ and pull off. Always generous. And turned his such hard work into something very BIG.
    Beck is a phenomenon.
    COME BACK FORREST BECK, COME BACK BECK…..

    http://www.glennbeck.com/2014/01/22/glenn-poignantly-reflects-on-his-time-at-fox-news-with-megyn-kelly/

  • suegee

    Awww maybe not. She has her own show. You can catch her there.
    that’s enough.

  • fire lion

    I surprised Beck even knows who is talking to him, there are so many blondes at fox news.

  • fire lion

    steal your country? wait ..the country you stole from someone else?

  • fire lion

    Disagree. you mean deny people the right to marry?

    ironic that the exact same arguments against gay marriage are the ones used to defend jim crow and aparthied.

  • Patricia West

    Glenn: What’s missing (and seem to be striving to articulate) requires the unified Positive Paradigm perspective of Truth at the center, passion in the middle and political action on the surface. This survival way of thinking is intrinsic to Einstein’s Unified Theory. Ironically,he already had it, just didn’t know it. In this context, you can have your cake (!) and eat it too, i.e., be a unifier and educator-gadfly as well. No either-or choice necessary. The Unified Theory explains your experience of feeling like a hollow shell, and would be most helpful in your introspective attempts to make yourself (an perhaps the nation) whole. See http://www.RethinkingSurvival.com for an Open Letter addressed to you, as well as ones to George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Vladimir Putin, all of which are published in Rethinking. In it, I’ve also answered your Common Sense Nine Principles. You should take a look. It might be just what you’ve been looking for. All best, Pat West

  • BooHooForBeck

    Gee, a hatemonger and disinformationist now feels a little bad. Sniff. Sniff. You nailed it Glenn…you played a LARGE role in tearing the country apart. Just look at the responses below from your Beck Sheeple…they will never be right in the head again. They STILL believe the unthinking hate you taught them. You are FOX forever.

  • BooHooForBeck

    Impressive delusion on your part. He is guilty and you can only run from your conscience for so long.

  • George

    The bases of a true United States is that regardless of our differences we stay United under 13 red and white stripes and 50 stars on a sea of blue. For one side to exist the opposite of that position must as well. There cannot be the phrase pro – life without the phrase pro-choice. One makes the other, regardless of how one feels. We must respect the choice of those we consider to oppose our views; if we don’t, how can we expect them to respect our’s?

  • Jason Wilson

    I’m disappointed that you felt the need to apologize Glenn. Do you know what the founding fathers were doing when they stood up against England? They were tearing their country apart. We don’t want to join with the Bush, Boehner, Rove republicans that have no problem moving further left because they feel it will make the more electable. We want real conservatives, Reagan conservatives. We want small government that puts the real power in the hands of the state legislatures. You want to apologize for something? Then apologize for not tuning to Mark Levin. There’s someone that you could learn a thing or two…….million from.

  • Peggy Hall

    DITTO HERE SHOCKSTER.

  • Peggy Hall

    Get over it. Things that happened 50 or a hundred years ago are teaching mechanisms. There is no way to go back and fix it. DUH liberal, take it some place else.

  • Peggy Hall

    ANYONE CAN GET HIS SHOW ON THE COMPUTER. THE BLAZE TV. If you want, you can buy a ROKU and stream it to your tv. Piece of cake.

  • Peggy Hall

    I believe that we are all put on this earth at this time and this place for a reason or reasons. Glenn do not stop with the info PLEASE,

  • Peggy Hall

    Turn on your computer at 5. THE BLAZE TV. Check it out.

  • Peggy Hall

    Absolutely.

  • Peggy Hall

    And the truth has NO agenda.

  • Peggy Hall

    I like Cruz and Lee. There is a handful of others.

  • Peggy Hall

    No, Christie was loved at first because he talked tough. You know, like he was going to do something. But as time went on, he showed his true colors, commie/democrat. He is no more a conservative than my desk is. Matter of fact my desk is better.

  • Peggy Hall

    No, Christie was loved at first because he talked tough. You know, like he was going to do something. But as time went on, he showed his true colors, commie/democrat. He is no more a conservative than my desk is. Matter of fact my desk is better.

  • Peggy Hall

    I am not sure he is apologizing for speaking the truth but to me it sounds like he is apologizing that many in the country were not ready to hear it.

  • Peggy Hall

    I am not sure he is apologizing for speaking the truth but to me it sounds like he is apologizing that many in the country were not ready to hear it.

  • Fed it with it all

    Really people? Really? I want to preface this by saying I have no party, no affiliation, I believe the system is broken and both sides are corrupt. But, why would you watch a person and network that deliberatey mis-informs you and its only purpose is fear-mongering? They call it fair and balanced…..I guess they always run out of time before they get to the balancing part (weighing the merits of the other side’s argument.) Don’t take my word for it….http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/john-farrell/2010/12/22/university-study-fox-viewers-more-misinformed

    -Fed up with it all

  • Fed it with it all

    If by truth you mean Mis-information then sure. Fox News is not the only sinner. CNN, msnbc, and all other 24 hour news cycle networks are guilty, but fox is by far the biggest offender…. http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/john-farrell/2010/12/22/university-study-fox-viewers-more-misinformed

  • Fed it with it all

    You all sound like conspiracy theorists. It’s dis-concerting. What’s the conspiracy? It’s clear both parties are motivated by self-interest and greed. They use you like pawns in a game, they don’t really care about you. They would fit their argument in whatever way is most beneficial in reaching their goal. About gun control not working, the statistics say it does. It saves lives. Australia implemented strict gun control laws and its worked. The Conservative party implemented them by the way…http://www.factcheck.org/2009/05/gun-control-in-australia/

    I know you probably assume the daily show is biased, actually I think it’s the most balanced honest thing out there, which is sad since its a comedy show, since they attack the stupidity of both sides. Watch the 3 part series by John Oliver and I can’t believe you wouldn’t get sick to see how this country is so twisted when compared to the other side. And they don’t attack just conservatives in the piece, in fact they’re pretty scathing on liberals for the majority of the piece.

  • Fed it with it all

    Please just watch this. Doesn’t the stupidity bother you? If you still have the same opinion afterward then I respect that. But, try to see things from every point of view, which includes being fed up with both sides and the system, and not just blaming the other side for all problems we have I’m this country. That’s what hitler did with the jews. http://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOKWcH1zBl2kfnCwyyZWk5MW28lgaNa7L

  • Anonymous

    That’s a wonderful thing to say.