Olbermann’s hilarious goof fest on Glenn Beck’s kooky Rockefeller Center-Communist conspiracy theory

Don’t get on that ship, Mr Beck!  “To Serve Man,” it’s a cookbook!!

Oh my god, my sides are splitting.  Keith really outdoes himself this time.  😀

7 thoughts on “Olbermann’s hilarious goof fest on Glenn Beck’s kooky Rockefeller Center-Communist conspiracy theory

  1. This Glenn Beck man, is he really hosting a news show? Incredible, but you should be grateful, he is blocking airtime for the more dangerous anchors. Not even a braindead in a doublewide can take Beck serious, can they?

    KO was good, but GB made it easy for him.

  2. I am glad he is out there.
    To all the righties that say they listen/watch GB I can look them straight in the eye and call them a fringe kook with absolutely no remorse.

  3. Not since Joe McCarthy shuffled off this mortal coil in 1957 has anyone made a career by accusing people of being communists. Glenn Beck has resurrected the practice. Not only has he found a cabal of secret communists, he has uncovered an entire communist corporation chock full of commies. The name of this company, you may ask?


    You heard me right, boys and girls. The network that gave us Uncle Miltie and Ma Perkins has apparently been secretly sending subliminal messages endorsing Marxist doctrine since it was formed in 1926. This would make perfect sense to me. Every time I watched the Rockford Files I had an unexplainable desire to read Das Kapital. But seriously, folks. Twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, red baiting not only seems silly, it’s also kind of nuts. It’s not-at-all surprising that an organization would give this idiot a forum (after all, he’s on FOX Noise). What’s really stunning is the fact that his ratings are relatively high and that so many Americans take his word as gospel.

    All kidding aside, half-witted ideologues are a dime a dozen. What separates Glenn Beck from his peers is the fact that he is doing some serious damage to the country he professes to love so much. For all of the comparisons to the Nazis he likes to make with respect to Liberals, Beck’s program has much in common with Adolf Hitler’s 1923 screed, Mein Kampf. Eighty-six years ago, Hitler attempted to arouse the anger of his fellow Germans by spouting half truths and utter nonsense – exactly what Glenn Beck is doing in 2009. So much of the insane dialogue that has been spewed forth at these Town Hall meetings across the country in recent weeks might have been lifted straight from a transcript of Beck’s program.

    Beck and his strange ilk have done the impossible. They have deflected the blame for America’s current economic distress from where it should be aimed toward a man who is trying to clean up the mess that was created – in large part – by people like Glenn Beck. They have also let loose with a vengeance the very worst angels of the American nature. Opening Pandora’s box was relatively easy. Closing it might prove to be a bit of a problem.


    Tom Degan
    Goshen, NY

  4. My goodness – this was absolutely HI-larious!
    Luv me some Keith Olbermann!

    Glenn Beck needs a mental health intervention.

  5. That’s more Glenn Beck than I needed to see. I can only guess that 90% of the audience for his show starts the morning with a huge bong hit, and keeps the buzz going all day.

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