Glenn Beck Weighs In On Osama Death Celebrations

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 6 years ago in

His view on all the displays of celebration resulting from Bin Laden"s death. Agree with his take on this topic I-A-B?
There are 159 comments:
Male 2,591
That scared me for a minute, as I thought Glenn and I were on the same page. Frightening huh?

Then he hit the punch line and it was absolutely hilarious. And I was relieved.
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Male 5,194
Guy`s a giant turd. If Dubya had got him, he would be celebrating, but he CAN`T STAND that it was Obama. Can a turd have two faces? Picture a giant turd with two faces - Glen Beck.
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Male 1,442
I bloody hate far left wings... and I bloody hate far right wings. I hate both far end of the wings because each are as dumb as the other in different ways.

The far rights are dumb and xenophobic, the far left and whiny and up themselves. Both of them are just as intolerant as the other.

Celebrate all you want for his death, he deserved it 100 times over. Just at the same time give your respect to those that died for it. After all, we play games where you fight Nazi`s in a celebration of Hitlers death and our win.
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Male 4
damn...thought he was going to be rational for a second there...
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Male 3,631
Wow - he got me there for a minute.
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Male 1,021
@Wowummwow: That was not satire. You are a brick.

Glenn Beck is as glad as anyone that Osama is dead. It`s ok that you were confused. Stop flailing your arms around defending yourself. You sound like a fool.
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Male 2,384
how drating retarded
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Male 265
"@Wowummwow: Your comment is pretty clear you didn`t watch the whole video. Beck did lead a marching band in the video. And, no, Obaba is not a Republican.

You look like a fool right now."

The band in the video was simply for satire... look it up.

I`m simply inferring that he would be leading a genuine celebration if a democrat were not in office.
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Male 1,021
@Wowummwow: Your comment is pretty clear you didn`t watch the whole video. Beck did lead a marching band in the video. And, no, Obaba is not a Republican.

You look like a fool right now.
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Male 265
I`d hate to admit it... but for one brief moment I actually agree with him.

Yet suddenly I snap back to reality and acknowledge that if a republican were in office during this term, Mr. Beck would be leading the marching band down the center of times square.
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Male 532
Glenn Beck is an insufferable douchenozzle, but this was kinda humorous. The line between legitimate news reporting(even though its FOX) and Colbert/Stewart comedy is growing increasingly blurred.
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Male 325
"All of those VICTIMS were INNOCENT" @58 seconds.. Sir you have made your whole point invalid! Your right Mr. Beck it was sad to see them dancing and celebrating the deaths of innocent people! However, Bin Laden was not a VICTIM or INNOCENT. He was a man with evil intentions hell bent on destroying the infidels. Apples to Oranges.
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Male 1,016
since when does a marching band only consist of the drum corp?????
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Male 109
I love celebrating the death of murderers. Especially those who are enemies of the US.

This is who we are as a species. Just giant warring tribes.

Get used to it. Its who we are.

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Male 6,693
Now thats a party.
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Male 14,331
If you think your elders didn`t celabrate hearing Hitler died you`re full of s**t. As for capturing him and giving him a trial that would cost a fortune and open up an endless possibility of ransom situations.

"It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence." --Mohandas Gandhi

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Male 10,338
@1:45: Haters gonna hate. lol
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Male 10,338
@reganom: Our awesomeness!
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Female 4,039
Wow - Glenn Beck actually made me LOL. Maybe the end really is near.
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Male 505
[quote]I`m beginning to wonder if all the Europeans here remarking about how it`s soooo wrong to celebrate Osama`s death are just being jealous wankers, again.

It`s seriously sounding like most of you have an inferiority complex vs. America. [/quote]

Sorry what exactly are we meant to be jealous of?
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Male 127
@mParfait you are so right, oh so right about that^^
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Male 17,511
I`m beginning to wonder if all the Europeans here remarking about how it`s soooo wrong to celebrate Osama`s death are just being jealous wankers, again.

It`s seriously sounding like most of you have an inferiority complex vs. America.
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Male 959
If we can respond to Nazism, the horrors of the second world war and the Holocaust with the Nuremburg trials, then surely we are better than summary executions, and justice meted out by politicians and the military
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Male 143
Chanting USA, USA, USA! Looks like a bunch of dumb kids who are cheering on their country during the Olympics. Get a grip, there are still terrorists and our economy is still in a deep recession, this doesn`t mean anything has changed.
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Male 2,422
At first I thought I had misjudged him. And then he showed me otherwise.
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Female 223
I really really don`t like this man at all, but I agree, I got reminded of exactly the same when I saw people cheering for the (most likely violent) death of a man. A monster, if you wish, an awful human being, but human nonetheless. He was mature and sober and I feared the universe would collapse any second. But then he went back to be Glenn Beck, so I was relieved. PHEW!
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Male 29
Is he trolling us??
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Male 226
Worse and worse? What history book are you reading?
People celebrated when Hitler died. People celebrated when Mussolini died.
So how is society getting worse and worse again? Seems like business as usual.

I`m by no means celebrating, but only because I don`t think it`s that great of an accomplishment.
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Female 500
I agree with the three below me. I said "good riddance" when I heard the news, but it would have been better if we didn`t have to waste all these years and resources doing this in the first place. It`s not cause for huge celebrations.
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Male 3,076
srsly celebrating the death of a human?
god damn it this world is getting worst and worst

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Male 864
At first I thought, "Wow... For once I agree with Glenn Beck." Then he turned it into a joke. No matter how evil the guy was, it was still a human life lost. Be happy that his direct influence is gone, but don`t celebrate his death.
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Male 80
At first I was like, "huh, Glen Beck is actually making a fair amount of sense here."

Then he brought out the marching band.
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Male 4,902
Goddamnit im tired of America always trying to take the moral high road, im glad we killed that evil sonofabitch.
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Male 35
Palestinian Authority spokesman Ghassan Khatib;
"Getting rid of Bin Laden is good for the cause of peace worldwide but what counts is to overcome the discourse and the methods - the violent methods - that were created and encouraged by Bin Laden and others in the world."
Looking at the world`s issues in black and white is called fundamentalism. Be more pragmatic and inform yourself better. Most of the people in the world seek a voice which will bring them a good standard of living; health, looking after their families and creating a better future etc... Democracy provides that and hopefully those most repressed in the Middle East see that. Withdraw militarily form the region asap and let them take responsibility for their own future. It would save a whole lotta money too.
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Male 25,416
eeek... i guess the same debates will stay on iab
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Female 582
Say what you will about the western world, but those American people he cited did not have a direct hand in killing thousands of innocent people. Osama Bin Laden did. Furthermore, our military killed him during an operation that prioritized killing few casualties as possible. You know what America is too good for? Utilizing dubious, unconfirmed intelligence to justify a massive, unsanctioned military action against an entire country. There have been at least 60,000 casualties in Iraq and 10,000 in Afghanistan -- together over 20x more than 9/11. Yet this bozo has been defending the War on Terror since Day One.

What a filthy drating hypocrite.
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Male 17,511
Chief Palestinian Authority cleric Mufti Sheikh Ikrimeh Sabri stated, "We tell them, in as much as you love life, the Muslim loves death and martyrdom. There is a great difference between he who loves the hereafter and he who loves this world. The Muslim loves death and [strives for] martyrdom."

Compare that with GW Bush`s response, "We do love life.... We believe in the values that uphold the dignity of life, tolerance, and freedom, and the right of conscience. And we know that this way of life is worth defending. There is no neutral ground — no neutral ground — in the fight between civilization and terror, because there is no neutral ground between good and evil, freedom and slavery, and life and death."
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Male 35
9/11,although terrible beyond comprehension, is not comparable to the Holocaust. The west should not celebrate this event because, although truly an act for good, beating extremism is far from finished. This is a dirty modern war, with ever-shifting frontlines and hidden enemies, it will never properly be resolved with a defined winner anytime in the near future. This war has been long, costly and bloody, but it is worth pausing to consider, has the recent "Arab Spring" its genesis in the turmoil of Iraq and Afganistan, where repressive regimes were ousted and a fragile problematic democrarcy- yet democracy nonetheless- took its place? it cannot be proved for now, but history may see it that way. The most troublesome development in the Middle East is surly Egypt`s embrace of Hamas.Fatah have been quietly restoring order and prosperity to the west bank,the West should give them it`s full support in the hope they temper Hamas, and public yearning for democracy outweighs fundame
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Male 1,646
America is awesome.
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Male 248
Let`s break down the situation here.

V-J Day: Major victory in a time of war.
Osama`s death: Major victory in a time of war.
9/11: Brutal murder of thousands of innocent, unsuspecting civilians.

Well, if I had to choose two of those things to compare to each other, I think it would be a pretty obvious choice.

And I would say that major victory in a time of war is a good reason to celebrate. Brutal murder of thousands, not so much.
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Male 7,833
auburn, as has been stated by others here (who seem to share my same views), there is no comparison between the end of war celebration of WWII and dancing in the streets at the death of bin laden. they were celebrating the end of a world war, not the death of hitler (which is what im guessing you may have been getting at). our people now are celebrating the death of a single man, that hasnt ended anything at all.
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Male 505
Kaylen226:

From what i`ve managed to read on my revision breaks, i think you`ve misunderstood what most people are feeling.

[quote]No one complains about a mass murderer or serial killer getting killed. Why the heck is this psycho any different? Because he`s Muslim? Is that really it? Grow up people[/quote]

Am i sad that he`s dead? No. Would i prefer he could have been captured and more information was gotten from him? Yes. Just because I, and others, don`t agree with celebrating a death doesn`t mean that we think he shouldn`t have faced justice.
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Female 114
If you can`t peacefully remove those who want to cause undue harm upon others, do the whatever way you can. I figure, it took 10 years to be able to give those personally affected by the events masterminded by Osama to finally have some kind of justice. Now everyone wants to take that away because they feel guilty? Drug dealers in America get time in jail, then they get out and go back to drug dealing. Same with killers, child molesters, and the rest of the bunch. No one complains about a mass murderer or serial killer getting killed. Why the heck is this psycho any different? Because he`s Muslim? Is that really it? Grow up people, the world is not as happy-shiney-freshbakedcookie-goodness we all like to think in our ittle wittle minds. There are people out there that want others dead for who knows what reason. I`m glad I`m on the side that wants those people to die before the rest of us.
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Male 505
I`m with Cobra and splurbyburbl on this one. I wish that America could have captured him and hopefully have gotten more information from him. Do i mourn his death? No, but nor do i celebrate in the death of someone. I`m glad that he`s no longer a threat, but there is a bigger picture here.

This wasn`t one crazed serial killer, this was a mindset shared by quite a few people. Hopefully this is the beginning of the end, but we shouldn`t count our chickens yet.
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Male 511
I thought he got taken off the air?
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Male 2,796
"Meh.. We had a bigger band in my street when the 911 happened, ate at mc donalds that afternoon"


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Male 2,796
@auburnjunky: "Was this wrong?"

No, it wasn`t wrong. That was a celebration denoting the worldwide end to an entire world war and most of the world that was left felt quite the same way. It is not relateable to this circumstance where it is widely seen as "us and them" and the sentiments we feel are not widely shared. Therefore the perception is skewed.
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Male 505
[quote]Cobra, if he wasn`t important to Al Qaeda anymore than why did we take like a dozen hard drives and flash drives from his hideout? What do you think is on there, tons of terrorist porn? [/quote]

That doesn`t go against the fact cobra doesn`t think he`s the head of the snake. The fact that they took the hard drives only shows they know there is more than just this one man.
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Male 2,796
"And are we seriously trying to consider the hurt feelings of the terrorists that support and followed him? Are we really that concerned about how sad they are that they`ve been severely compromised? Why did we even go after Osama if we`re too pussy to offend the feelings of murderers and terrorists?"

It`s not about that. It`s about showing our enemies that we have the capabilities of accomplishing our goals without the need to gloat about it when we do. I would rather we show our enemies that we will destroy them, and when we do, we will still be able to compose ourselves, be professionals and stay vigilant... unlike the clowns we see dancing in the streets and acting like fools. drat their feelings, this isn`t a game... people are dying on both sides.
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Female 3,562
Cobra, if he wasn`t important to Al Qaeda anymore than why did we take like a dozen hard drives and flash drives from his hideout? What do you think is on there, tons of terrorist porn?
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Male 5,167
auburnjunky this inside your soul. In the battlefield we are all the same,killers, so no differences, you have to grant to enemy the same respect you pretend ( as a killer).
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Male 10,338
I can never respect a murdering heartless bastard.
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Male 5,167
The true winner is the one that respect enemy.
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Male 10,338
@cobra: Someone already brought it up, but....

Was this wrong?

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Female 3,598
haha that was funny, but i still hate this man.
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Male 7,833
auburn, im against celebrating any death like this. sure he was an evil and vile man in our eyes, but he was still human. to dance and celebrate over any death is just beastlike and vulgar. besides we would have been better off capturing him alive. i dont even believe he was the head of the snake anymore.
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Male 10,338
No, I thought he was about to pander, THEN he got classy.

Cookies? Confetti? That is pure class!
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Male 928
Police at a certain point are authorized to use deadly force on domestic criminals if they go on any kind of rampage causing mass destruction. The criminal target does not need to kill another person before lethal force is authorized simply doing enough property damage and being a threat in the process is sufficient. Bin Laden killed a lot of people and caused a lot of damage each and every time he got the chance. He needed to be removed as a threat not only to the American people but to all people. Get over it because that is reality.
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Male 684
just when you think someone is about to be classy...
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Male 1,222
Meh.. We had a bigger band in my street when the 911 happened, ate at mc donalds that afternoon
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Female 3,562
Nothing enrages me more than the people who think we`ve been too hard and unfair on Osama when it`s clear the military went FAR out their way to show him respect he doesn`t deserve. I`m sure the military would have been happy to capture him and treat him horribly while putting him on an excruciating trial if they had that option. It`s not like they strolled into the place and shot him for no goddamn reason.
And are we seriously trying to consider the hurt feelings of the terrorists that support and followed him? Are we really that concerned about how sad they are that they`ve been severely compromised? Why did we even go after Osama if we`re too pussy to offend the feelings of murderers and terrorists?
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Male 559
beck is a f*cking joke
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Male 638
"i wonder if the people who are celebrating by doing what they are doing, realise that they are no better than the muslims chanting when americans were shot. when civilians were slaughtered.

You guys are doing the exact same thing they are."



SO I am guessing you would have told the Jews not to celebrate Hitler`s death in 1945...
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Male 1,196
that was cool
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Male 92
@jamesger- Wasn`t a threat? Whenever one of these abominations rears it`s ugly head, it`s every man, woman, and child`s job to pull the trigger. If someone had gotten there sooner, we could have prevented this.

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Male 10,338
@cobra: So you are against celebrating the death of a murderer?
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Male 186
Fizban, right with you there. I was shocked and then shocked again.
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Male 1,021
One in a rare while, even Glenn Beck gets it right.

He knows the difference between killing innocent victims and bringing justice to a mass murderer.
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Male 7,833
You see people, i thought he was doing this as a joke. but, most of you seem to believe he did this all seriously. If this is true then again must point out how much i really do hate this man, and pretty much everything he stands for.
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Male 17,511
Well said, Zephid.
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Male 2,440
Who takes this loon seriously? He`s such a pompous douche that loves the sound of his own voice.
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Male 10,338
@Jamesger: He was an international criminal, and the US had a wanted dead or alive out on him. The international community approved of us proclaiming wanted dead or alive.

Also, he is not a leader of a country, or a political leader, or a general in a uniformed army that represents a nation, so you can throw out the assassination bullcrap.
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Male 17
..own courts. And btw celebrating the death of a man just isn´t a classy thing to do.
Oh and do you remember the Nurmberg trials? Yep after WW2 Nazi leaders weren`t killed without due process, they were put on trial and got what they deserved (death in most instances). Catching Sadam worked out fine too, so why not put Osama in court too, that would have been so much more satisfying than just dumping him into the sea
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Male 125
Me: "I can`t believe it, I actually agree with what Glenn Beck is saying. Is this some parallel universe that I have awoken into, what is going on? What is.......oh. Yeah, um, nevermind."
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Male 17
@auburnjunky
Beck is the one who calls for the constitution and Christianity the loudest of ´em all. In what way would the founding fathers of the USA support killing an unarmed man without due process? At the time of his execution he wasn´t a threat to the US of A, thus under internatinal law, only an arrest would have been legit. But I suppose killing him in front of the eyes of his 13 year old daughter was the brave thing to do. So with respect to law and legitimicy of this mission everything about it was wrong, with respect to doing the christian thing, which beck so badly wants his followers to do, well that´s obvious.
Please don´t get me wrong, I´m not accusing all of America of being religious biggots or anything like that, that would be silly of course, however I believe that many Americans are being pretty hypocrtical this instance, since they are not showing any respect towards internation law and towards their
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Male 490
@Spider_Sol Youre the problem with this country..
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Male 70
Glenn Beck is to reason what sh*t is to toilet paper.
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Male 1,931
For the first 60 seconds I actually agreed with him.
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Male 92
"(seemingly) poor black students" Why they gotta be poor? Because they`re black???
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Male 10,338
"and how much he literally hates black people."

That`s right. Throw that race card out there.

Shows very little intelligence.
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Male 1,451
I feel sorry for the (seemingly) poor black students who possibly have never seen him talk to know how stupid this man really is, and how much he literally hates black people.
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Male 10,338
You guys make me laugh.

Glenn was 100% right about this, and the marching band and cookies make it even better! Right in your damn faces.
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Male 625
What an a-hole.. but hey, what else is new?

Up till the 1.10 mark I was agreeing with this doucher
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Male 469
Damn it glenn beck. Just when I thought that you were a reasonable person. I thought wow glenn beck showing class and sounding mature. But then he says that.
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Male 167
Jamesger, at least we can all rest assured there are no hypocrites living in Europe...
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Male 92
@LazyMe484- it was appropriate for both posts. At least it was a coherent thought. But if You`re the spam police, I apologize.
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Male 92
@jamesger- Haven`t you heard? we got Obama calling the shots now, not jeebus. That whole constitution thing is out the door, Hell, maybe we`ll even pick that manifest destiny thing up again,.... always wanted to go to Europe......
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Male 10,440
For a moment there I thought Beck had accidentally said something that made sense, but I was mistaken.
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Male 10,440
hey zephid, you posted that exact same thing on two posts... I`m pretty sure that qualifies as spam.
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Female 1,545
Is this real life? I`m agreeing with splurbyburbl for once?

I can`t find it in my heart to celebrate. I`m happy he`s dead, but celebrating his death is such a visceral response.

Celebrating his death makes him live in infamy. I don`t want to remember him for any reason, be it bad or good. Why couldn`t he just have died and then everyone forget him? He was a drat who killed innocent people. Now he`s a dead drat who can`t kill innocent people anymore. End of story.
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Male 174
Are you... f ucking... kidding me Glenn Beck? Someone get me the number of that marching band so I can hire them to play a few tunes while dancing on Glenn Beck`s grave once someone finally takes him out. F uck you Glenn Beck
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Male 17
Hey Chrstian Americans: Whatever happend to the whole "what would Jesus do" crap? Silly me thought you guys believed on what your boss Jesus thought you about loving your enemy.

Hey and America, I thought terrorists hated you for your freedom? Doesn´t your constitution say something about "all men being created equal" or something unimpotant like that. Isn´t the right to a fair trial part of those freedoms? Oh and sure, the Navy Seals did a fine job of lighting up that motherfuccer, however killing an unarmed man in a foreign country, withot said country´s knowledge of the mission is not worthy of a counry that supposedly values law and order, constitutional rights and stuff like that. Oh that´s right you don´t value does things at all, never mind...
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Female 167
OMG I agree with Glen Beck about something!! Scary
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Male 92
When 9/11 happened and the middle east was dancing in the streets, they were celebrating the deaths of Americans they didn`t know or hold a personal grudge against. Were all of them Al Qaeda? Nope :) They were just ordinary people rejoicing in the death of Americans and the pain we would suffer. Do we dance in the streets when we hear about civilian casualties on TV? Nope :) WE haven`t grouped them all together and WE realize the difference between an enemy combatant and a civilian casualty. I`m GLAD he`s dead.

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Male 697
there`s celebrating the death of an enemy, and then there`s doing the typical american thing of taking it too far and being really over the top about it, almost as if its fake celebrating because you felt you had to.
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Male 40,764
Yikes! I was concerned for a moment there, lolz!

He does get it right: they celebrate the deaths of innocent people, of children! Not us, them.
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Male 21
@PinkAndGreen
I am not saying people should not suppress any positive feeling about this. We were all affected that day. I am just pointing out the fact that we are in turn celebrating death. There is no use in denying that. If people believe in celebrating then that is their business. I personally will not be celebrating, I am for peace. And hopefully Osama`s death might bring an end to this war. And that I would celebrate for and I will be thanking our troops. So yes we both have to suck it up. And agree to disagree. Agreed?
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Male 697
I was agreeing until 1.10. what an idiot.
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Male 2,796
Oh, woops... apparently I agreed with him up until the point where he brought out the marching band. He just lost whatever respect I had for him.
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Female 728
@TopperHey: I believe that Bin Laden deserved justice, but I think that wild celebrations of his death are somewhat disgusting. Death should not be a cause for celebration. I don`t think that we need to be completely somber about it either, but the fact of the matter is that a life had to be lost, though it was to protect the lives of others. I`m not some sociopath just because I feel that it`s inappropriate to put on obscene displays of joy over the loss of life.
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Male 2,796
For the record, I don`t listen to the man, nor am I a conservative. With that said, I agree with everything he said. By the way, I am a Marine of 14.6 years so far and have fought through Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan (just so you know some of my credentials)

I find it absolutely dispicable at the behavior of my countrymen and peers when the news spread of Osama`s death. We celebrated without humility or class. I was immediately reminded of how I felt when I saw muslims all over the world dancing in the streets when the towers fell. It turns out, we are no better. Don`t get me wrong... Osama needed killing, but we showed the world our collective asses in our response to the news.
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Female 1,070
"Whew...for a second there I thought I was going to have to agree with this douchenozzle on something."

My thoughts exactly, sloth, my thoughts exactly...
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Male 49
"Do not gloat when your enemy falls; when he stumbles, do not let your heart rejoice."
(Proverbs 24:17)

I thought glenn beck was into the whole religion thing?
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Male 14,331
Geee what do ya know Europeans acting superior again but failing to see the difference between celebrating civilian deaths and the death of a man who intenionally targeted civilians. Who would`ve guessed?!?!?!
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Male 1,929
I think most people agree that we`d all rather Osama was captured so that you guys could get everything you wanted out of him.

But given that that hasn`t happened, I think we can feel a bit happy that he died prematurely in his pajamas via a nighttime raid and a bullet to the face. That we can be a little relieved that he didn`t live out a full life.

And if your feelings are neutral on the issue, then that`s fine. If you don`t care either way then that`s up to you.

But if you somehow feel it is "wrong" to be pleased, then you probably have no idea about morals whatsoever and couldn`t explain (to save your life) why it`s wrong to stab someone randomly in the street. You are probably less moral than someone who knows why it`s OK to be pleased, and probably don`t have the capacity for logical thought.

Either that, or you haven`t actually bothered to properly think your morals through yet. If you are over 20 and haven`t done this yet, you shou
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Male 670
To Kimrn89 AND Norway, STFU and GTFA!
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Male 1,008
@ kmrn good lemming
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Male 379
@Kimrn89
do not, under ANY circumstance, compare GLEN BECK to the majority of america. the man does not represent even a fraction of us.
and go ahead and hate us NORWAY. not a single f*ck was given.
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Male 1,008
a glenn beck promo on IAB too funny
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Male 379
not surprising that glen beck, once again, does not fail to insult intelligence.
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Male 67
This is why the world hates you, America. Sincerely drat you, Norway.
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Male 10,338
@robswindol: As long as we are nit-picking, you spelled swindle wrong.
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Male 2,528
He`s only proving further that he`s a moron.

That`s not even a "marching band", but a drum line. Idiot!
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Male 4,290
[quote]So, our moral beliefs don`t agree. Looks like we`ll both to have to suck it up then, eh?[/quote]

I assume your advice to those who were offended by the public celebrations at 9/11 would be "suck it up" too then? After all, that was just a difference of moral beliefs too.
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Male 535
epic lolz for the samuel jackson quote^^
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Male 734
Only thing missing is dancing girls.
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Male 2,033
Whew...for a second there I thought I was going to have to agree with this douchenozzle on something.
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Female 917
"I am glad he is dead, but I just think celebrating is just morally wrong."

It might be morally wrong- to you. In MY moral beliefs, I think it`s wrong to have people expecting that the country should suppress any positive emotion by the death of a man who was behind one of the worst attacks on the US, to avoid hurting anyone`s feelings. He was an evil man, he killed thousands before we finally caught up to him after 10 years, and now he can`t kill anyone else. In my moral beliefs, I believe that the country has every right to celebrate.

So, our moral beliefs don`t agree. Looks like we`ll both to have to suck it up then, eh?
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Male 2,332
What a tool.
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Male 143
>>>>he espouses when talking about abortion that "Every life is sacred"? Every `pro lifer` celebrating any death is a fraud.<<<<

I think the belief is more that a human fetus is innocent and sacred, not all lives. A very large percentage of conservatives are pro-life, pro-death penalty. It is only the liberals that try to twist their arguement that shows hypocrisy.

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Male 143
Now Glen Beck thinks he is John Stewart?
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Male 105
I`m with Dila_Bagomee, I thought, for once, Glenn Beck was going to say or do something genuinely logical. Isn`t he a Mormon? Whatever happened to the belief he espouses when talking about abortion that "Every life is sacred"? Every `pro lifer` celebrating any death is a fraud.
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Male 21
True Osama was not a good person. But, who are we to judge whether or not one person should die. That would make us monsters. He did deserve to die, but we should not be celebrating. Upon seeing this clip I thought for one gleaming moment Beck was going to say something logical. He was going to remind us that we are celebrating death, something no one should ever do. But, of course as shown in the video, Beck quickly went down hill. I am glad he is dead, but I just think celebrating is just morally wrong.
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Female 917
One of the many reasons why I love Glenn. It`s a shame though people make him out to be a joke, but that seems to be a tactic used against every Republican. Apparently all Republicans are stupid, redneck morons.

On another note- I was really disappointed when they didn`t release the pictures, because it really cast a bit of doubt on some aspects of the whole deal for me. I`ve never really been one to take the government at their word alone.
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Male 14,331
@antagonizer

You`ve failed to think your idealism through if we kept him alive that opens the door to all sorts of ransom situations for him. It was best to blow his brains out and be done with him.
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Male 10,338
@antagonizer: Lots of truth in that, but he DESERVED TO DIE AND I HOPE HE BURNS IN HELL!

/Samuel Jackson
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Male 670
Madest needs to watch the whole video.
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Male 3,332
I think that celebrating is over the top, but there is a difference. When "they" celebrated the 9/11 attacks, "they" were celebrating the death of thousands of innocent people. When "we" celebrated OBL`s death, "we" celebrated the death of one man, who was far from innocent. There is a difference, but I still think that celebrations like this are wrong.
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Male 508
We`re not assassins. We in the west are better than that. Osama should have been brought to justice, not shot down in a cowardly fashion. He should have had a public trial, then an even more public execution to ease the burden of those he killed. Point is, gunning down an unarmed man turned us into the criminals.
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Male 10,338
Really Madest? He was saying it`s okay to celebrate.

Jesus read between the drating lines man.
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Male 1,793
Glen is a waste of space, in all forms... if he ever agrees with me I must rethink my position...
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Male 7,378
So our parents and grandparents celebrating Hitlers death were wrong? This man is a moron. He would have been wearing a party hat and shooting his gun in the air if a republican president had been at the helm.
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Male 248
"You guys are doing the exact same thing they are."

ARE YOU dratING KIDDING ME?

No. Seriously. Someone, anyone, explain to me how celebrating the death of one VERY evil man who deserved worse than death, is the exact same thing as celebrating the death of THOUSANDS of INNOCENT civilians?

Because in my opinion you`d have to be COMPLETELY dratING MORONIC to not see those as ENTIRELY different things.

Tell me, are you non-nice individuals offended by this picture too:

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Male 7,833
kain1, i think deep down, fox news is a perpetual troll.
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Male 7,833
this is incredible, i actually see eye to eye with glenn beck on something. all of the celebrations seen around the country were ridiculous and make us no better than those who celebrated the deaths of our own. his tongue`n`cheek skit here was actually pretty funny.
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Male 1,313
Dammit, he was on a roll, and the brought out he drummers...
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Male 1,471
I`m with auburnjunky on this one.. Pretty sure this is the first live national broadcast of a pure and intentional trolling !
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Male 57
Meh, I have no problem with celebration, it means the war (which should have ended a long time ago) is hopefully closer to an end and we won`t have to hear of American soldiers dying over there.
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Male 10,338
@Anticool: It`s Obama`s fault. ;)
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Male 10,338
Having a differing opinion is not trolling.

a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.

If what I say is inflammatory, stop being a pussy.
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Male 39,929

I saw this on TV last night... He can do that because he`s already been canceled and the only way to get your name in the papers if you aren`t intelligent is controversy or scandal. Works for the Kardashians.
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Female 430
@auburn Syria...The American goverment paying the Islamic opposition to do revolution in my country and now they are killing people and doing horrible things and they say it`s the Syrian Army who is doing it and that`s a lie it`s the people who they paid for them is doing it...my country is a free country we have many races and religions and they want us to get back 1500 years to be like KSA and these countries...we used to live in peace now those people are killing us and they want the world to believe it`s the presedent people who is doing it....sorry but this is not freedom and if they want to sale there guns they should choose another country...
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Male 1,745
Wow I was worried and thought the world was soon going to end because I was in agreement with Glenn Beck on something, but then... well, everything in the world made sense again.
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Male 57
I laughed so hard.
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Male 868
It was a joke- hello
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Male 10,338
"You guys are doing the exact same thing they are."

Yes we are, and I hope it makes them drating angry as hell.
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Female 737
Are you wondering how can he make an inspiring point and turn it into a moronic show of arrogant patriotism? He`s Glen Beck, thats how!
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Male 3,285
i wonder if the people who are celebrating by doing what they are doing, realise that they are no better than the muslims chanting when americans were shot. when civilians were slaughtered.

You guys are doing the exact same thing they are.
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Male 587
WOW, he got me. I have a feeling that he compromised on this to try and appeal to young liberal viewers.
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Male 10,338
What country anti-cool?
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Male 43
That was awesome
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Male 493
I`m...

...not quite sure what just happened.
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Female 430
is that freedom Americans want it to other nations...Please keep it to yourself and leave others alone...My country was the best and now we are enjoying your freedom by guns,weapons and killing...
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Male 10,338
HAHAHA he trolled EVERYONE!
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Female 8,056
I cannot believe I actually saw that. Is that for real? This is a spoof right? I have no idea who Glen Beck is but if he is not a comedian that is the most, well, childish, offensive, stupid-- not sure what, but bloody nasty.....
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Male 282
Bin Laden has been dead since 2001. Keep a watchful eye on governments from this day on and expect to hear stuff like "Muslims are seeking retaliation". Mother government is foaming at the mouth to push their police state agenda on the country.
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Male 3,285
So he starts out by saying what the entire world thinks, and is the turth, then basically turns into another patriotic moron. And you americans wonder why youre target number 1 for terrorists.
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Female 8,043
Link: Glenn Beck Weighs In On Osama Death Celebrations [Rate Link] - His view on all the displays of celebration resulting from Bin Laden`s death. Agree with his take on this topic I-A-B?
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