January 19, 2009

New Beck Show – First Guest Sarah Palin (VIDEO)

Today Glenn Beck launched his new show on Fox News called “Beck,” and I couldn’t think of a more befitting person to have as one of his first guests than Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. And Glenn did not ask the typical MSM questions – he talked to her like a real person. Sarah looks more beautiful than ever, and she looks so happy. Glenn congratulated her on her new grandbaby, but started out the segment telling us how he came to know Sarah first before any of the rest of us.

You see, Glenn has a special-needs child, and when he heard about Sarah and Trig, he started reading about her at that time. He got in touch with her, and they now seem like they’re close friends with a common bond. This is something Glenn is not ashamed to show – his emotions – and one of the things I love about him.

Thank you FOX NEWS for finally bringing Beck into the family. He’s really at home now and I, for one, am delighted to see him again.

Final thought/question: Can someone please explain to me how in the world Sarah’s language can be categorized as “her street ebonics”? If not, then please will you inform Whoopi Goldberg about this? She is apparently extremely misguided about that.

  • Michael

    Well many people, or I should say those who are educated, don't say, “Gosh darn it”, and “Doggone it”, “You betcha”, etc. Well, I guess besides the inbred, uneducated rednecks of the Republican party.

    • http://MsUnderestimated.com MsUnderestimated

      Many people who are educated don't say “gosh darn it,” etc.? You really should get out of New England more. I've heard many educated people say those very things. You must lead a very sheltered life.

  • elixelx

    Michael, there is a wonderful U-Tube video in which PEBO is being asked about whether he is working for “Hot Rod” Blagojevich, and his reply was….

  • jimr

    To quote the liberal pundit Camille Paglia in her most recent column in Salon.com:

    “As I have repeatedly said in this column, I have never had the slightest problem in understanding Sarah Palin's meaning at any time. On the contrary, I have positively enjoyed her fresh, natural, rapid delivery with its syncopated stops and slides — a fabulous example of which was the way (in her recent interview with John Ziegler) that she used a soft, swooping satiric undertone to zing Katie Couric's dippy narcissism and to assert her own outrage as a “mama grizzly” at libels against her family.”

    “Ideology-driven attacks on Palin became clotted liberal clichés within 24 hours of her introduction as John McCain's running mate. What a bunch of tittering lemmings the urban elite have become in this country. From Couric's vicious manipulations of video clips to Cavett's bourgeois platitudes, the preemptive strike on Palin as a potential presidential candidate has grossly misfired. Whatever legitimate objections may be raised to Palin on political grounds (explored, for example, by David Talbot in Salon) have been lost in the amoral overkill that has defamed a self-made woman of concrete achievement in the public realm.”

    “And let me take this opportunity to say that of all the innumerable print and broadcast journalists who have interviewed me in the U.S. and abroad since I arrived on the scene nearly 20 years ago, Katie Couric was definitively the stupidest. As a guest on NBC's “Today” show during my 1992 book tour, I was astounded by Couric's small, humorless, agenda-ridden mind, still registered in that pinched, tinny monotone that makes me rush across the room to change stations whenever her banal mini-editorials blare out at 5 p.m. on the CBS radio network. And of course I would never spoil my dinner by tuning into Couric's TV evening news show. That sallow, wizened, drum-tight, cosmetic mummification look is not an appetite enhancer outside of Manhattan or L.A. There's many a moose in Alaska with greater charm and pizazz.”

    Amazing how this liberal gets it and you can’t.

    Go TeamSarah.org

  • Sarah Burnette

    jimr, LOL. Katie Couric is “definitively stupid” certainly; many of her cohorts share the same title, like Harry Smith, et al.

    To Michael, who, typical of all Leftist useful idiots, has been taught to denigrate and demonize (“…inbred, uneducated rednecks…”) in order to justify his visceral hatred of all things conservative, and to feel superior to others, even for the fleeting moment it takes to write his diatribe. By doing so, Michael, you demonstrate your own feelings of inferiority. Try thinking for yourself; it can be overwhelming at first, but even a Leftist can learn to do it.

  • wnaegele

    Beck, a crazy bit of sanity in a world gone mad…

  • wnaegele

    Beck, a crazy bit of sanity in a world gone mad…

  • wnaegele

    Beck, a crazy bit of sanity in a world gone mad…

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