Stu plays a little game of compare and contrast…
“Look, websites have problems, but you get it [fixed] in hours or minutes. You get them done, at the worst, in days. Two months is an eternity in the digital world.”
“Is this just an attempt to draw us in, [and] distract us from Healthcare.gov. Why use that name… It is very creepy.”
“If you were to say this is the exact type of thing the Bias Incident Response Team was created for, you would be correct because all of the messages came from the Bias Incident Response Team.”
“Sometimes you connect with certain songs, and that’s certainly natural. Obviously, I connected closely with the ‘I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas,’ which is, you know, a big time Christmas classic.”
“This is a great story coming out actually all around the country.”
But this story is absolutely true, except for one part.
“We have to trust each other.”
” I think if we’re creating this music together, we all have to be trying to be good people together”
On Monday’s Glenn Beck Program, Buck Sexton joined Glenn to discuss what he described as “incredibly suspicious timing” when it comes to the announcement of an Iranian nuclear deal.
“This is truly the era of imagination… It’s a really exciting time, should you choose to view it that way.”
“Look at that. One person takes one shot at a failing system and people say, ‘Is he conservative?’ No! He’s just honest.”
“Good for this professor… He [did] his homework. He knows the truth…”
“Here’s the problem with this: The last thing on the list of fundamental transformation is a lack of trust in one another.”
“He can blame Republicans in Congress all he likes and get away with it because congressional Republicans are the worst. But the fact remains that I have spent the majority of this man’s presidency watching bad things happen…”
Here’s a quick test: when you hear the name “Tesla,” what comes to mind?
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