Thursday, September 17, 2009

Beck: Carter's Tactics are like Bin Laden's.

Glenn Beck must simply say whatever comes into his head on any particular day, ignoring the fact that things can be retrieved on the intertubes. Here, he condemns president Carter for daring to say that racism is behind a lot of the animosity towards Obama.

Beck: You can't get your agenda, so you unleash the hounds and point the fingers and everybody is a racist. And why? Do you want to be called a racist? Do you want to call somebody a racist?
Erm, actually Glenn, you have already done that. Remember?

Glenn Beck: This president, I think, has exposed himself as a guy, over and over and over again, who has a deep seated hatred for white people, or the white culture, I don't know what it is.

I'm not saying that he doesn't like white people. I am saying he has a problem, he has a... this guy is... I believe... a racist.
If Glenn employs his single brain cell he might recall that this is why advertisers are leaving him in droves.

Here's the entire segment.

Somewhat incredibly, speaking of the charge of racism, Beck states this:
It's is like the word "Fire" in a crowded movie theatre. You just don't call it out unless there is a fire. You know what I mean. When someone calls racism, there needs to be some evidence that there is some racism.


Why is it now, when cries of racism happen, nobody asks, 'Wait, wait, wait, did you smell smoke? Where did you see it? What happened? How did you arrive at that?' No, no, no... It's just 'Fire' and then destroy the person. Why? You gotta look at the person yelling "Fire".


You have to ask yourself, why is that? Is that an attempt to distract us from the issues? Because, erm, somebody can't make the case? Maybe? You see, too often the false accusations stop us looking for real answers. And from having an honest debate. And gosh America, isn't that what we want?
Beck then goes on to accuse Carter of using the very same tactics as Osama bin Laden, ignoring the fact that it was he, himself, who accused America's first black president of being "a racist".


daveawayfromhome said...

An agenda? Isnt this one of those guys who wants to "take America back"?

Kel said...

Oh, yes. He's their leader. And he called Obama a racist as part of his agenda to take back "our country".

He really is such a hypocritical weasel....