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Matthew Vadum, a senior editor at D.C. con man think tank Capital Research Center. That's fabulous.
When you can't present your own argument, just link to some right wing nutjob's online blog at American Spectator... LOL
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Re: Glenn Beck: Cash For Clunkers is a government scam to gain access to your compute
Originally Posted by Leave No Doubt
Interesting! Fox was supposedly topping all the ratings charts, including Beck's show, so I wonder what's going on
He did a segment on healthcare, not so much on the bill itself but more about the people involved in Obama's hc team. It was actually pretty interesting, almost Alex-Jones-ish as he got into eugenics among other things, anyway he'd pointed out that he'd been warned not to do the segment but was doing it anyway. Maybe he wasn't being a drama queen after all; maybe it was his sponsors who warned him they'd pull out if he didn't tone it down, then followed through with their threat.
The show in question aired sometime last week now that I think about it. Hmm
Apparently, he thrives off the old P.T. Barnum (?) maxim: there's a sucker born every minute.