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Desc:I don't know who wouldn't find 2:20 completely reasonable
Category:News & Politics, Stunts
Tags:glenn beck, Thomas Paine, self-promotion, Nobama, men in white coats
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Comment count is 34
Secret Messiah - 2009-04-11
When people honk 3 times I assume they are REALLY horny.
Jack Dalton - 2009-04-11
Here's hoping Republican's don't have a lemon party. That's something I truly do not want to see.
RomancingTrain - 2009-04-11
1:20's also a nice bit of cognitive dissonance too, but OBAMA DID PEARL HARBER!!!1!! is a nice touch.
Hooper_X - 2009-04-11
Man, now I really really really want to go down to the big protest in Atlanta this week (Sean Hannity will be there!) with a big sign that says "CONSERVATISM IS DEAD. GET OVER IT."


seriouslyuguys - 2009-04-11
I'll join you if we're really doing this.

DerangedGoblin - 2009-04-12
Fuck it, I'm there too.

mashedtater - 2009-04-12
my sign


mashedtater - 2009-04-12
stupid thing. i said my sign would say

"I heart Hooper_X"

Stog - 2009-04-11
Dear Zombie Thomas Paine:

Choke on American dick, you undead bitch.
IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-11
Not included in the clip: Glenn Beck claims Thomas Paine is his great great grandfather. Which I'm sure isn't true. And would require that none of his ancestors had children before age 60.

raeshaldis - 2009-04-12
Well it makes sense if Glen says they're related then the Mormon church has probably posthumously baptized Paine as a Mormon. Therefore, he would have to believe in all this crazy shit, right?

Dinanukht - 2009-04-11
Fox News threatened to fire Glenn Beck if he got an 'F' on his final history report. His Dad had also warned him that if he were to flunk out that he'd be shipped off to military school! Fortunately, Rufus showed up in his magical telephone booth, allowing Glenn to travel back in time, kidnap Thomas Paine and teach all of us a very important lesson about American history.
Xenocide - 2009-04-11
The Obama budget = 9/11

An elderly cosplayer said it, so it must be true!
Dinanukht - 2009-04-11
"To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead."

Thomas Paine
ProfessorChaos - 2009-04-12
For a well placed quote, here are some stars.

seriouslyuguys - 2009-04-12
"It is of the utmost danger to society to make it [religion] a party in political disputes." Thomas Paine

GlennFinito - 2009-04-13
Stars go here

BOOSH - 2009-04-11
what's going to happen once they find out Thomas Paine was a filthy atheist?
James Woods - 2009-04-11
He's not an atheist anymore. He's there's now.

Syd Midnight - 2009-04-12
The only Tom Paine pamphlet I've read was about how the KJV bible is bullshit, and is incompatible with American liberty. He even dropped some tight science about extraterrestrial life. Its always fun when conservatives bring him up.

Simian Pride - 2009-04-14
The christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun, and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun.

--Thomas Paine

James Woods - 2009-04-11
whensaidthemoon - 2009-04-11
So what you're saying is, if I join this gathering of lily-white Randroids and Nascar enthusiasts in a few hours of sign-waving, I will be able to consider myself the equal of all the Americans killed in WWII?

And that stuffing this wad of crazy into Thomas Paine's mouth will somehow make it more sensible?

Camonk - 2009-04-12
Wait, wait. By taxing the rich at a slightly higher rate than the last eight years, the government is trying to turn us into docile, servile animals who do nothing but work?

Not the corporations who keep us working more hours than any other Western country? For less pay and fewer benefits?

Yeah man, you guys are all definitely angry at the right shit. FOR SURE.
Stopheles - 2009-04-12
Yes, and having a Democrat in the White House = "Taxation Without Representation."

CharlesSmith - 2009-04-12
Being a modern progressive is like being the only sober guy at a party.

Witty_Pop_Culture_Reference - 2009-04-12
Can't get much more evil than shilling hate towards those who oppose you by blaming all of the horrible effects that have been brought upon society by your selfish creed on them and then rallying the people against that in order to ensure you get to keep propagating said evil.

Really, this deserves a 'WTF America?' tag. It's time.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-04-12
This thing's target audience masturbates to it.
manfred - 2009-04-12
I wonder what Tom Paine would think about Glenn's belief in magic Mormon underwear
Dan Druff - 2009-04-12
Glenn Beck understands Thomas Paine about as well as he understands the Bible. Or anything else for that matter.

Between "Common Sense" and "Agrarian Justice" Paine argues for everything from total rejection of Christianity, to high taxes on property owners so they can give money to the poor. I'm sure Beck would just LOVE those ideas put into practice.

Dan Druff - 2009-04-12
Fuck - that should be between "Age of Reason" and "Agrarian Justice", not "Common Sense". My Paine-fu is rusty.

pastorofmuppets - 2009-04-12
"silent majority"? Are they sure they dug up Thomas Paine? Because my money's on Reagan.
Tuan Jim - 2009-04-15
the shit starting at 2:20 is entirely insane.

Five for this.

and Five for everyone who quoted Paine in the comments.
Timothy A. Bear - 2009-09-18
Patriot version of 'Want Ad' from Jim Steinman's Pandora's Box 'Original Sin.'
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