Media Attacking Beck… Again.


While no one could ever defend Beck’s every move, it would be much harder to defend his attackers. Glenn Beck, one the most popular political commentators, has been attacked again. This time the forum is the front page of Yahoo, not their typical AP stories mind you, this is an attack from one of their own writers. Brett Michael Dykes says that Glenn Beck is being attacked for having a conflict of interest because he promotes the buying of gold while being sponsored by a gold company. This is beyond ridiculous. Nobody has anything better to do? Really…

When was the last time you saw that Al Gore has a conflict of interest promoting the end of the world, much less than promoting the devaluation of the dollar. Al Gore seems to be God-like to his religious followers. While Glenn Beck, must be Satan. If you are intent that the world will die due to global warming, you are in a religion. A religion that has been debunked. Thoroughly.

Sure Glenn Beck has gold suppliers for advertisers, it is smart business for those companies. If you were a gold supplier, who would you want to advertise on? Chris Matthews, or Glenn Beck? Duh. Maybe these people need to understand capitalism a little better before they continue to denounce it. Global Warming is a farce. Climategate anyone? If you attack Glenn Beck, attack your own messiah… please.

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