|cognitivedissonance - 2010-08-20 |
|glasseye - 2010-08-20 |
I think by "mormon" you meant "crazy"
|kingarthur - 2010-08-20 |
I seriously wonder if this is what the Nazis looked and sounded like to the general public pre-1930 or so.
Not so much the Mormons being Nazis, but more so them being people like Glenn Beck and those who hang on his every word.
Also, "Forget about the small pox blankets and genocide! It's in the past!"
Forget the native americans, it's in the PAST. Let's focus instead on what matters now, what the FOUNDERS said!
|glendower - 2010-08-20 |
I'm not so sure this is a bad thing. At least GB is encouraging redneck conservatives to take an interest in something other than NASCAR or calling Obama a Muslim.
some Hindus believe Vishnu came to earth in the form of Buddha, to lead evil men into false religion.
Unfortunately, GB's no Buddha.
|kingofthenothing - 2010-08-20 |
hey, he wants to forget about the past but why does he focus on the "Founding Fathers" and what "knowledge they had"? Also, how is something 'in someone's own words' not someone's opinion?
|Adramelech - 2010-08-20 |
The fact that this kind of stuff is being done on a national news channel is ridiculous and kind of scary.
I wonder how long it will be before Glenn Beck goes into full Christian conspiracy theorist mode and starts claiming that other gods are space aliens and that Muhammad was fooled by a shape-shifter from the Inner Earth.
He's already doing the "I don't have all the answers, do your homework/GOOGLERONPAUL/follow the money" YouTube conspiracy vloggers do.
Also can I just say how hilarious the term "mainstream archaeology" is?
Stop hiding secrets from the American people BIG ARCHA.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-08-20 |
Is Beck writing time-life books now?
|Johnny Madhouse - 2010-08-20 |
"official Smithsonian evacuation"
Also, that opening was GOLDEN. Glenn Beck is hilariously tragic.
tragic in the fact that more than just five complete lunatics actually take this dude seriously
|TeenerTot - 2010-08-20 |
We're getting close to Time Cube territory here.
|erratic - 2010-08-20 |
I love how scholars and Ph.Ds and academics are not to be trusted unless they are saying what you want them to say, then their elite educational status is to be revered.
|Spastic Avenger - 2010-08-20 |
Thank you, PoETV, for providing something I can actually use in my PhD proposal.
|Rudy - 2010-08-20 |
Ummm... so what does this have to do with the New Black Panther Party again? Were the ancient Phoenicians influenced by the writings of Saul Alinsky?
|rroach - 2010-08-20 |
Some info from Ohio State:
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