Thursday, September 24, 2009

Glenn Beck refuses to define "white culture".

Beck accused Obama of being someone who had "over and over again" exposed himself as "a guy who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture."

Katie Couric asks him what he meant by "white culture"?

Watch him squirm as he refuses to give any explanation. It's extraordinary that he could make such a foul charge without ever thinking that anyone might want to know what he meant by it. He simply hasn't thought this through at all.

After all he made this charge whilst talking to Fox and this is what their audience wanted to hear. They didn't need or want an explanation.

Couric does, and the truth is that he either can't or won't explain what he meant. And notice how he thinks that Couric even asking the question is somehow turning him into the target.

"How am I the target for simply asking questions?"
There is something dreadfully self piteous and cowardly about this man. Firstly, he wasn't "simply asking questions" - that's the usual cowardly get out clause Beck uses to distance himself from the hate speak he preaches - but, in this instance, there was no question: Beck simply stated what he believed.
"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'm not saying he doesn't like white people. I'm saying he has a problem...."
"This guy is, I believe, a racist."
As I say, there wasn't a question anywhere in there, simply a bald statement of "fact", as Beck sees it.

And when, shortly after he said this, advertisers started dropping Beck's show like it was the plague, he instantly tried to turn himself into the victim of the piece by self piteously claiming that leftists were trying to silence him.

And that's the same crap he resorts to here, because he doesn't want to explain what he meant when he said "white culture".

He was the one resorting to attack by claiming Obama was a racist; but, the moment he is asked to defend what he said, he turns into a pathetic whiner claiming that everyone is picking on him for "asking questions"....

Utterly pathetic and intellectually embarrassing. At least Limbaugh, for all his obvious faults, would have had an answer. I would have hated it, but Limbaugh would have stood by his beliefs. Beck can't even do that. He simply whines that he's being picked on.

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