Glenn Beck Gums GM CEO Fritz Henderson to Death, Part 1

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago
Join the conversation
4 of 27 comments
  • Ohsnapback Ohsnapback on May 16, 2009

    I hate Fox, I hate CNN, and I hate MSNBC. Americans are subjected to the worst media quality of any ‘modern’ nation. The quality of our media and their coverage (what they cover, how they cover it, and the time allocated on what they cover) is so atrocious, words fail to be able to capture the amount of failure. Having said all of this, if there is one particular ‘anchor’ of any popular news program, whether on a network or the cable news programs, who is a raving lunatic, it is Glenn Beck. I watch his show once in a while simply out of curiosity, and his level of insanity never fails to reveal itself. He is certifiably mad. I am awaiting the moment where they find him in some precarious place and situation, wigging out, doing something harmful to himself or another. Fox News gets more radical and nutso by the month. I anxiously await their next big hire.

  • Lichtronamo Lichtronamo on May 16, 2009

    Beck didn't quite get the quote right from the start: Eisenhower SecDef Charles Wilson said before Congress that "What is good for the country, is good for General Motors, and vise versa" However, Beck's (and others's frequent) misstatement of the quote is mostly consistent with it's intent.

  • Dzwax Dzwax on May 16, 2009

    I want my seven minutes back.

  • U mad scientist U mad scientist on May 16, 2009
    The point is why is the European industry so much healthier? The US legal framework is killing this industry. New conservative talking point: The US must become more like Europe. Lollerskates.