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(The Blaze)   It's Louis Farrakhan vs. Glenn Beck in a vanity press smackdown. Whoever wins we all lose   (theblaze.com) divider line 59
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2013-04-27 08:09:50 AM
WTF listens to either of these people?
 
2013-04-27 08:37:20 AM
Tard fight!
 
2013-04-27 09:42:04 AM

Mugato: WTF listens to either of these people?


People without critical thinking skills.
 
2013-04-27 09:42:55 AM

Elegy: Tard fight!


My money's on the fat one.
 
2013-04-27 09:43:46 AM

RedPhoenix122: Elegy: Tard fight!

My money's on the fat one.


Yeah, but skinny guys fight until they're hamburger.
 
2013-04-27 09:49:42 AM
Dafug was that?
 
2013-04-27 09:51:17 AM
I'm just surprised that both of these people are still alive. I guess when I stop hearing from AWs, I just hope/assume that they are dead.
 
2013-04-27 09:59:44 AM
I am shocked that Beck exaggerated something out of context. He is typically a pillar of journalist integrity.
 
2013-04-27 10:00:22 AM
My money is on a cameo interjection by a coked up Tom Cruise

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2013-04-27 10:11:02 AM

jake_lex: RedPhoenix122: Elegy: Tard fight!

My money's on the fat one.

Yeah, but skinny guys fight until they're hamburger.


Tyler Durden see's what you did there.
 
2013-04-27 10:16:53 AM
Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?
 
2013-04-27 10:18:33 AM
It's Louis Farrakhan vs. Glenn Beck in a vanity press smackdown. Whoever wins loses we all lose win
 
2013-04-27 10:20:15 AM
Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago
 
2013-04-27 10:27:58 AM

mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?


Uh you're thinking of the guy he allegedly helped assassinate, Malcolm X
 
2013-04-27 10:29:41 AM

Nemo's Brother: Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago


If newt gingrich had been black, he would have been Louis Farrakhan.
 
2013-04-27 10:35:04 AM

Great_Milenko: Nemo's Brother: Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago

If newt gingrich had been black, he would have been Louis Farrakhan.


Yeah.  Farrakhan is a terrible person, but he usually gets away with it because only his base listens to his racist, crazy religious bullshiat.
 
2013-04-27 10:35:44 AM

Mugato: WTF listens to either of these people?


I listen to Beck's radio show for a few minutes most days. But it's cool because I'm listening ironically.

The other day, he solemnly intoned "We have no proof either way, so we have to assume..." No, really. He actually said that.
 
2013-04-27 10:36:14 AM
You only lose if you actually give a shiat about either of those two morons.
 
2013-04-27 10:43:26 AM

ShadowKamui: mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?

Uh you're thinking of the guy he allegedly helped assassinate, Malcolm X


Blah guys in bow ties. The wicked scientist Yakub who created white people didn't give them the capacity to make any further distinctions.
 
2013-04-27 10:45:56 AM

mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?


No he's not he's a con man. Just like Wali Frad and Elijah.
 
2013-04-27 10:46:24 AM
Then by all means, publicize it. Thanks Fark.
 
2013-04-27 10:50:33 AM
When sociopaths fight, the truth gets trampled.
 
2013-04-27 10:54:28 AM
If they get that much weapons-grade derponium close together, it will go critical and kill us all with derpation sickness.
 
2013-04-27 10:59:33 AM

ShadowKamui: Uh you're thinking of the guy he allegedly helped assassinate, Malcolm X


Sure, as well as any number of black figures during the 1960s and 1970s.  Farrakhan may be a shiatty person, but he's not some TV personality nobody.
 
2013-04-27 11:07:22 AM
Isn't Glen Beck the guy that raped and murdered a young girl in 1990 and was never brought to justice? Since we don't have proof either way...
 
2013-04-27 11:11:57 AM
Beckerhead!
 
2013-04-27 11:16:37 AM

Myria: If they get that much weapons-grade derponium close together, it will go critical and kill us all with derpation sickness.

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2013-04-27 11:21:49 AM

Linux_Yes: Beckerhead!


Beckerwood.
 
2013-04-27 11:29:41 AM

wellreadneck: Linux_Yes: Beckerhead!

Beckerwood.


Mongolian Chop Squad?
 
2013-04-27 11:32:56 AM

mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?


Farrakhan is a caricature of a civil rights leader, a racist ranter whose objective is to incite racial hatred.

I dont know what Glenn Beck is. Hes not a conservative leader, a scholar, or a journalist. Like Maddow, he sits on the fringe of journalism. A fight with Maddow makes more sense.
 
2013-04-27 11:34:41 AM

Nemo's Brother: Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago


Then why do we know the name of this intellectual equal of his he's about to appear with? Hmmmmmm?
 
2013-04-27 11:37:22 AM

Animatronik: mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?

Farrakhan is a caricature of a civil rights leader, a racist ranter whose objective is to incite racial hatred.

I dont know what Glenn Beck is. Hes not a conservative leader, a scholar, or a journalist. Like Maddow, he sits on the fringe of journalism. A fight with Maddow makes more sense.


To be fair to Farrakhan, he has toned his rhetoric down, and a lot of people wouldnt agree with my opinion about him. His antisermitic comments were the worst. And he plays a mean violin.

A lot of people follow Glenn Beck's every word too. So what? Getting people to tune in doesnt make you a leader or a hero.
 
2013-04-27 11:42:23 AM
Hey look, it's the mental version of this:

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2013-04-27 11:42:59 AM

Animatronik: mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?

Farrakhan is a caricature of a civil rights leader, a racist ranter whose objective is to incite racial hatred.

I dont know what Glenn Beck is. Hes not a conservative leader, a scholar, or a journalist. Like Maddow, he sits on the fringe of journalism. A fight with Maddow makes more sense.


This makes as much "sense" as anything else does in a world in which both politics and journalism have been reduced to the status of entertainments. This is just more bread and circus BS for those who are briefly bored with explosions and car crashes.
 
2013-04-27 12:01:37 PM

Elegy: Tard fight!


This thread is making me miss Celebrity Death Match.
 
2013-04-27 12:30:09 PM
Is it wrong of me to wish that a meteor would crush them both?
 
2013-04-27 12:31:32 PM
takes aim at a story we wrote about Farrakhan encouraging African Americans to purchase land and to recruit gang members to protect NOI interests.

So, how is that any different from The Citadel?
Other than the skin color of the people proposing it, I mean?
 
2013-04-27 01:19:21 PM
Beckabeckabeckistan!
 
2013-04-27 01:36:16 PM

flondrix: takes aim at a story we wrote about Farrakhan encouraging African Americans to purchase land and to recruit gang members to protect NOI interests.

So, how is that any different from The Citadel?
Other than the skin color of the people proposing it, I mean?


Because Glenn Beck is doing it for "Patriotic" reasons.

/Wouldn't surprise me if that's his logic.
 
2013-04-27 01:36:18 PM

Great_Milenko: Nemo's Brother: Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago

If newt gingrich had been black, he would have been Louis Farrakhan.


and if my aunt had balls she'd be my uncle
 
2013-04-27 01:57:10 PM

mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?


This is what liberals actually believe.
 
2013-04-27 02:08:29 PM

Nemo's Brother: Farrakhan was always uncomfortably tolerated by the left since he was black.  The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.

If Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson or Sharpton was that crooked/crazy and was white, your media would have destroyed them decades ago


[Our] media? You're pulling out that cheap canard again?

Jackson, Sharpton, and Farrakhan are routinely mocked in "[our] media" for rhyming but senseless speeches, shameless opportunism, and making batsh*t claims that make WorldNetDaily seem sane. While liberals typically support minority's causes, these three guys are often derided as being of the "you're not helping" variety.

Most run-of-mill liberals are embarrassed by Cindy Sheenan and Sheila Jackson, too, but I'm sure you'll be along soon to tell me what I really think.
 
2013-04-27 02:09:16 PM

mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?


The Glenn Beck is the man that left Fox to save his soul:  http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/27/glenn-beck-i-left-fox-to-save-m y -soul/

The Glenn Beck exposes the MSM censorship by the illuminati, cross-bred Reptilians and humans, who are the Guardian of the treaty between Eisenhower and the Grays signed after WWII. Under the treaty, humans gain the Grays' technological advancements in exchange of human DNA.

The Glenn Beck and The Alex Jones are saving our planet for the future war between the extraterrestrial factions that will be fighting for our DNA and Natural resources!

Blessed be, the Glenn Beck and the Alex Jones!
 
2013-04-27 02:09:56 PM
Oh, and go fark yourself. Reading your posts is like reading a transcript of Limbaugh. Try thinking outside that walled garden for once.
 
2013-04-27 03:00:14 PM

Nemo's Brother: The left feel only right-wing blacks are allowed to be attacked. Otherwise it is racist.


Why should leftists agree with right-wing blacks?  Why do you think right-wing blacks should be treated differently from the right-wing whites that leftists disagree with?

I wrote this in another thread, but it seems appropriate here:

Leftists reject the ideas presented by black conservatives with the same vehemence that they reject the ideas presented by white conservatives--and so have most Republicans. Alan Keyes is as far to the right as a politician can get on issues such as abortion and gay rights (he even dissed his own daughter for coming out as a lesbian), yet he never gained more than 10% in any of the numerous primary races in which he ran in the 90s. He was even arrested for trying to force his way into a Republican debate in Atlanta in 1996 (he'd been banned from participating because he'd received such an insignificant amount of support in the polls); even Pat Buchanan felt that his arrest was out of line. When Keyes ran against Obama in the Illinois Senate race in 2004, he received fewer votes than Bush did in the presidential election; thousands of Republican voters in Illinois thought that Bush deserved a second term, but they couldn't bring themselves to vote for Keyes.

Two of Ben Carson's biggest issues are his support for a flat tax and his conflation of gay marriage with pedophilia and bestiality. When Steve Forbes ran for president, with the flat tax as his main issue, he failed to win the Republican nomination; even Republicans felt that it wouldn't be a winning issue in the general election, mainly because he refused to reveal how much he would personal gain from changing over to a flat tax. Forbes failed to convince members of his own party that the flat tax was a good idea; why should liberals or moderates be any more impressed by Carson's resurrection of that failed plan (or Herman Cain's, for that matter)? When Santorum equated homosexuality with pedophilia and bestiality, he became one of the biggest political jokes on the internet, and that was part of the reason why he failed to win the Republican nomination in the last primary race; why should liberals or moderates embrace Carson for doing the exact same thing that doomed Santorum's campaign? The ideas presented by black conservatives are being rejected by moderates and liberals for the same reason that those ideas have been rejected by white conservatives. It's not the salesmen who are being rejected; it's the product that they're trying to sell.That's the same nonsense that Bush attempted to sell in his two choices for Secretary of Labor; both Linda Chavez and Elaine Chao were female minorities who kept their maiden names, despite the fact that they both married white men and built their careers as strident activists against affirmative action programs. It's part of a vain effort to use what Dinesh D'Souza called "ethnic immunity. "He actually believed that he could present himself as a non-white advocate of white superiority and use his ethnicity to deflect criticism while ignoring the fact that he also believed in the cultural superiority of Asian culture (but please don't pay attention to the fact that he is East-Asian).

[short version]:  Why should leftists support conservative minorities (like Keyes Cain, and Carson) whose ideas are so far out there that they're not even all that popular with mainstream Republicans?
 
2013-04-27 03:31:21 PM

Mantour: The Glenn Beck is the man that left Fox to save his soul: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/27/glenn-beck-i-left-fox-to-save-m y -soul/


Didn't he get fired by Fox?
 
2013-04-27 03:33:03 PM
Obligatory:

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2013-04-27 03:43:44 PM

Animatronik: To be fair to Farrakhan, he has toned his rhetoric down, and a lot of people wouldnt agree with my opinion about him. His antisermitic comments were the worst. And he plays a mean violin.


He's also a pretty good calypso singer.
 
2013-04-27 04:29:09 PM

Mrtraveler01: Mantour: The Glenn Beck is the man that left Fox to save his soul: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/27/glenn-beck-i-left-fox-to-save-m y -soul/

Didn't he get fired by Fox?


Yeah, because while his ratings were really good on paper, the demographics were just so awful that they couldn't sell ads.  That's why everything was that gold-buying scam Beck hawks and the "Survival Seed Bank."
 
2013-04-27 05:49:29 PM

Animatronik: mccallcl: Louis Farrakhan was an important civil rights leader and shaped the Black American identity. His story doesn't take place on TV, he's a real human being with an extraordinary and permanent social impact.

Who the Hell is Glen Beck?

Farrakhan is a caricature of a civil rights leader, a racist ranter whose objective is to incite racial hatred.

I dont know what Glenn Beck is. Hes not a conservative leader, a scholar, or a journalist. Like Maddow, he sits on the fringe of journalism. A fight with Maddow makes more sense.



Not really. While they are both pundits, it is probably not a fair fight. Maddow has a doctorate from Oxford in political studies. Beck has fewer college credit hours than your average Piggly Wiggly cashier. Maddow, while a partisan, tries to make her arguments using facts and evidence, while Beck spins conspiracy theories and fairy tales so bizarre that even Fox News wouldn't keep him on the air. Maddow tries to present herself as rational, while Beck got famous for going on faux patriotic menopausal crying jags.

Thus, a Maddow-Beck smackdown wouln't be a good idea. It might be a better idea to set Beck up against CNN empty head Wolf Blitzer.
 
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