Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Glenn Beck On His Obama Racist Comments

In an interview with Katie Couric, Glenn Beck defends his remarks about Obama.

Full 44-minute interview here.



3 Opinion(s):

The Rooster said...

What has Obama got to do with South Africa ? Oh I see...he's black. I'm rolling my eyes so fast I look like a slot machine.

You guys can't help give away your real anti black agenda , which of cours waters down your critique of South Africa.

Doberman said...

@ Rooster (or Themba is it?) This is our blog and we'll post about whatever and whomever we please and just in case you missed the memo, I'll repeat for your benefit: We post about all subjects and all matters that affect South Africans WHEREVER THEY ARE and there are many Saffas in the US, capiche, thanks to your wonderful beloved fucktards in the ANC.

As for this particular interview, Beck whom we've posted about many times before has to defend his position on Obama against a hostile network CBS that is so far up Obama's rectum, they are poking out the man's ears. This vid is not about Obama but about Beck having to explain his position. If you didn't bother to listen to the short clip why comment?

And do me a favour, my patience is limited, enough with the dumb one-line quips. They are not funny, they are quite pre-school, pathetic really and do nothing except show you up to be a moron.

If you have something constructive to say, it will be published here but carry on with the nonsensical IQ67 crap and you will be shown the door. Understood? Now go do something with that killwhitey blog of yours. I have to go, late this side, just in case I don't respond. Either I won't bother because I suffer fools very badly or my co-moderators have decided to ban your crap.

Ron. said...

I do not trust Glenn Beck [ & other "establishment media conservatives" who are really working for the other side - just observe their demeanor ] because his purpose appears to be to make conservatives look ridiculous with his over the top theatrics. Beck must be black propaganda attempting to discredit authentic conservative positions.