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i think this ad thing will blow over. and i hope he doesn't calm down. he keeps it interesting.
Glenn Beck was never my favorite, nevertheless, he has a great following and I resent advertisers abandoning him.I have written those I know about to tell them so.
Beck, at 5 in the afternoon eastern time, beats every prime time show on CNN, MSNBC and Headline News. He often even beats Fox News prime time programs. So, Fox isn't going to throw him under the bus.This boycotting of sponsors is no different than book-burning. Whether it be Nazis, Soviets or liberals, it is trying to keep people from learning things they don't want you to learn. And, it never works.
I keep hearing little tidbits about how companies are pulling their ads from Beck's show, but I haven't heard any specific reasons.I understand why Progressive Insurance pulled their ads. The CEO is George Soro's partner at moveon.org. Being Conservative is enough reason for him. But I don't know about the rest.
Although they're pulling ads from Beck, they aren't leaving Fox News, so no ad revenue is being lost. It's really a pointless exercise, like most liberal causes are.
The group "Color of Change" is pushing this. They are threatening Glenn Beck's advertisers with boycotts. Curiously enough Color of Change was started by Van Jones, Obama's "Green Jobs Czar". Beck has been featuring Van Jones on his program recently. He is delving into his radical past and associations. Van Jones is a self-proclaimed communist and extremist. I think this has everything to do with the WH not wanting news of Obama's czars getting out. Some of these czars are scary people.
If this gets Beck to stop weeping on the air, it will be a good thing.
I like Beck's commentary. But it really upsets me that he makes goofy faces while he's interviewing someone. They can even be on his side, and he sits there in a split screen and makes goofy faces. I find that disrespectful to his guests.
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