Glenn Beck hits the Civil Rights legacy. Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert reply.

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on Aug 29, 2010
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Glenn Beck reclaims the Civil Rights Movement from preachy progressives.

And, in other news, pigs fly.

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2 Responses to “Glenn Beck hits the Civil Rights legacy. Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert reply.”

  1. Keith baker says:

    I'm wondering if anyone involved in the production and music selection knows anything about Aaron Copland.

  2. Well, in a sense, white conservatives like Beck and Palin were essential to the Civil Rights movement…since, without people like them, there would have been no need for it….