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    Glenn Beck Targets Populist Medina... Big Boss Secret Donation to Main-Stream Rival

    Did Rick Perry’s Clear Channel Connections Sink Debra Medina?

    by Philip Martin
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    Saturday, February 20, 2010

    Last week, I argued that Debra Medina was set-up by Glenn Beck and Rick Perry (“Gut Reaction: Team Rick Perry Used Glenn Beck to Attack Debra Medina”). As you’ll recall, Medina was skyrocketing in the polls — it was certain she would force a runoff, and becoming increasingly possible that she would be in that runoff herself. For Medina, a quick appearance on Glenn Beck’s radio show probably seemed like a terrific idea — Beck’s constant promotion of extreme right-wing views appealed to the type of people who were supporting Debra Medina.

    But Medina was not talking to Glenn Beck the activist — because there is no such thing. Especially not when Beck’s boss is such a major supporter of Rick Perry. According to the Texas Ethics Commission, Clear Channel CEO and Chairman Lowry Mays has donated almost $300,000 to Rick Perry.

    Clear Channel CEO Donations to Perry
    Year Donation
    2001-2002 $51,400
    2003-2004 $55,000
    2005-2006 $80,000
    2007-2008 $50,000
    2009 $50,000
    Total $286,400

    Source: Texas Ethics Commission
    Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and countless other right-wing radio station personalities are owned by Clear Channel. Beck is paid $10 million by a Clear Channel subsidiary for his radio show (Source: Forbes). Is it any surprise, then, that he ambushed Medina the way he did — and subsequently told all of his radio listeners to support Perry? After he finished his interview with Medina, Beck went on to pronounce his love for Rick Perry (Source: Radio Interview Transcript):

    GLENN: I think I can write her off the list. Let me take another look at Kay Bailey Hutchison if I have to. Rick, I think you and I could French kiss right now.

    PAT: Let me tell you something. He’s a damn handsome man.

    GLENN: He’s a damn handsome man.

    PAT: Looks good in a pair of jeans.

    GLENN: Wow.

    PAT: He’s a handsome man.
    GLENN: Wow. The fastest way back to 4%.

    The set-up by Beck was quickly echoed throughout the mainstream media. The Dallas Morning News went on to immediately call it a “game-ending-gaffe.” Few in the media, however, noted Perry’s financial ties to Clear Channel and Glenn Beck — or took any moments to repeat the absolutely bizarre conspiracy theories Beck puts out on his own. After all, this is Glenn Beck:

    It sadly is not surprising that violence can result when Beck proclaims that our government is marching towards fascism, or when he salivates at the thought of the rising up of a militias, or when he warns that “we are a county heading towards socialism, totalitarianism, beyond your wildest imagination”. Distrust and hatred of government are not unforeseeable results when Beck tells his audience that “everything” reported on by the traditional media “is a lie”, or when he claims that the AmericCorps bill “indoctrinates your child into community service through the federal government”. When Beck muses aloud about the various ways he could kill Michael Moore, or lashes out at the “the war against the American way”, and when he claims that the president’s budget is enslaving and “out and out evil” (more evil than extraordinary rendition, according to Beck), he cannot feign surprise if and when the seeds of hatred and panic he sows bear fruit.

    When he flatly and unequivocally states that the “destruction of the West is happening”, or when he shows photos of the president transitioning to photos of Hitler, Lenin, and Stalin and asks “is this where we’re headed?”, he is not merely playing the role, as he puts it, of the “rodeo clown.”

    Debra Medina’s gaffe — set-up by a suspicious line of questioning from an employee of one of Rick Perry’s top contributors — could end up being the turning point from the election going to a runoff to Perry winning the primary outright.

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    For those of us who don't follow the Glenn Beck radio program, Ms. Medina's big "gaffe" was to say on the air that she basically felt that the matter of 9-11 was still unsettled and that she had "questions" that were not answered by the 9-11 commission.

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    Isn't Beck that pudgy emo cry baby that has on-air hissy fits all the time?
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    Glenn Beck is a religious extremist.

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    Bought his book "Arguing With Idiots" which was a good read, but he does incorporate alot of christian ideologies in his works. Especially when it comes to the Founding Fathers instilling the belief in "God" into The Constitution and that the U.S. is under the law of "God" (One nation, under "God").
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    This article is silly and unfair. As are most of the complaints I hear about Glenn Beck. To sugest that his reaction to Debra Medina was because his boss has made financial contributions to her competition is a huge and unfair leap, why not his reaction to her is based on her questioning the 9/11 attacks which a great many Americans (Myself included) find gutteraly offensive and in poor taste. To marginalize people by indiscriminately heaping them into groups is intelectualy weak and dishonest. ie "right-wing" and "Glenn Beck is a religious extremist". Glenn Beck to his credit takes a very independant stance on things, he criticises the Republicans consistantly, he is not "right wing" so much as he is a constitutionalist and wants to get our govronment back to what our founding fathers laid out and preserve what has made us great.

    Magni, what makes his a religious extremist? Yeah he is a man of faith and his christianity is a huge part of his life. I am a Heathen and that is a huge part of my life, it playes a big part in my politics and how I view the world around me, am I too a religious extremist?

    Schopenhauer........no he's not......he's not a big poopoo face either.

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    Frozen Thunder,

    How is questioning the conclusions of the 9-11 commisson "offensive"? Don't you want to get to the bottom of who is responsible for the 9-11 attacks?

    Do you ever question the government? I know you do.

    Here are some public opinion polls related to the question of 9-11: "Who knew?"

    Half of New Yorkers Believe US Leaders Had Foreknowledge of Impending 9-11 Attacks and "Consciously Failed" To Act; 66% Call For New Probe of Unanswered Questions by Congress or New York's Attorney General, New Zogby International Poll Reveals


    On the eve of a Republican National Convention invoking 9/11 symbols, sound bytes and imagery, half (49.3%) of New York City residents and 41% of New York citizens overall say that some of our leaders "knew in advance that attacks were planned on or around September 11, 2001, and that they consciously failed to act," according to the poll conducted by Zogby International. The poll of New York residents was conducted from Tuesday August 24 through Thursday August 26, 2004. Overall results have a margin of sampling error of +/-3.5.

    The poll is the first of its kind conducted in America that surveys attitudes regarding US government complicity in the 9/11 tragedy. Despite the acute legal and political implications of this accusation, nearly 30% of registered Republicans and over 38% of those who described themselves as "very conservative" supported the claim.

    The charge found very high support among adults under 30 (62.8%), African-Americans (62.5%), Hispanics (60.1%), Asians (59.4%), and "Born Again" Evangelical Christians (47.9%).

    Less than two in five (36%) believe that the 9/11 Commission had "answered all the important questions about what actually happened on September 11th," and two in three (66%) New Yorkers (and 56.2% overall) called for another full investigation of the "still unanswered questions" by Congress or Elliot Spitzer, New York's Attorney General. Self-identified "very liberal" New Yorkers supported a new inquiry by a margin of three to one, but so did half (53%) of "very conservative" citizens across the state. The call for a deeper probe was especially strong from Hispanics (75.6%), African-Americans (75.3%) citizens with income from $15-25K (74.3%), women (62%) and Evangelicals (59.9%).

    W. David Kubiak, executive director of 911truth.org, the group that commissioned the poll, expressed genuine surprise that New Yorkers' belief in the administration's complicity is as high or higher than that seen overseas. "We're familiar with high levels of 9/11 skepticism abroad where there has been open debate of the evidence for US government complicity. On May 26th the Toronto Star reported a national poll showing that 63% of Canadians are also convinced US leaders had 'prior knowledge' of the attacks yet declined to act. There was no US coverage of this startling poll or the facts supporting the Canadians' conclusions, and there has been virtually no debate on the victim families' scores of still unanswered questions. I think these numbers show that most New Yorkers are now fed up with the silence, and that politicians trying to exploit 9/11 do so at their peril. The 9/11 case is not closed and New York's questions are not going away."

    Nicholas Levis of NY911truth.org, an advisor on the poll, agrees, "The 9/11 Commission gave us a plenty of 'recommendations', but far more plentiful were the discrepancies, gaps and omissions in their supposedly 'final' report. How can proposals based on such deficient findings ever make us safe? We think these poll numbers are basically saying, 'Wait just a minute. What about the scores of still outstanding questions? What about the unexplained collapses of WTC 7, our air defenses, official accountability, the chain of command on 9/11, the anthrax, insider trading & FBI field probes? There's so much more to this story that we need to know about.' When such a huge majority of New Yorkers want a new investigation, it will be interesting to see how quickly Attorney General Spitzer and our legislators respond."

    SCOPE: The poll covered five areas of related interest: 1) Iraq - do New Yorkers think that our leaders "deliberately misled" us before the war (51.2% do); 2) the 9/11 Commission - did it answer all the "important questions" (only 36% said yes); 3) the inexplicable and largely unreported collapse of the third WTC skyscraper on 9/11 - what was its number (28% of NYC area residents knew); 4) the question on complicity; and 5) how many wanted a new 9/11 probe. All inquiries about questions, responses and demographics should be directed to Zogby International.

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    I am including this polling information to illustrate the point that a substantive portion of the US population (and 66% of our neighbors in Canada) don't believe that all their questions about 9-11 have been answered. Questions that should be answered by our investigators.

    Is there any reason why answering these questions would be offensive? Surely the people out there whos minds are already made up could not object to having more information revealed. Information is, of course, politically neutral.


    http://www.zogby.com/features/features.cfm?ID=231
    A WORD ABOUT OUR POLL OF AMERICAN THINKING TOWARD THE 9/11 TERRORIST ATTACKS:

    5/24/2006

    Zogby International recently conducted a survey of Americans to gauge their thinking about the September 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York and Washington, asking a series of questions that were balanced and fair. At all times, Zogby International had the final say on the wording of the questions in the poll, which was also approved by the group which sponsored the poll, 911truth.org. Also in that news release, members of the sponsoring group offer their own opinions of the meaning of the poll results. Zogby International had no role in interpreting the survey results for the sponsor or in producing the news release. Zogby International is an independent polling company and does not advocate for a particular point of view on behalf of its clients.


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    Report



    Survey Methodology: Zogby America, 5/12/06 through 5/16/06

    This is a telephone survey of adults nationwide conducted by Zogby International. The target sample is 1,200 interviews with approximately 81 questions asked. Samples are randomly drawn from telephone cd’s of national listed sample. Zogby International surveys employ sampling strategies in which selection probabilities are proportional to population size within area codes and exchanges. As many as six calls are made to reach a sampled phone number. Cooperation rates are calculated using one of AAPOR’s approved methodologies[1] and are comparable to other professional public-opinion surveys conducted using similar sampling strategies.[2] Weighting by region, party, age, race, religion, and gender is used to adjust for non-response. The margin of error is +/- 2.9 percentage points. Margins of error are higher in sub-groups.

    Zogby International’s sampling and weighting procedures also have been validated through its political polling: more than 95% of the firm’s polls have come within 1% of actual election-day outcomes.


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    Narrative Summary

    23. Some people have said that the Bush Administration exploited the September 11th attacks to justify the invasion of Iraq. Others say that Bush acted correctly by going into Iraq because Saddam Hussein supported terrorism. Who are you more likely to agree with?

    Bush exploited Sept. 11th attacks 44%
    Bush justified an attack on Iraq 44
    Neither/Not sure 11

    People are completely divided on whether they believe President Bush exploited the 9/11 attacks (44%) or justified an attack on Iraq (44%). Approximately one in ten (11%) is not sure.

    The largest majorities who feel that Bush exploited Sept. 11th attacks are Democrats (69%), Hispanics (59%), and Jews (64%). Close to half or more of 18-29 year-olds, single adults, African Americans, and residents of the Central/Great Lakes, West, and large cities agree.

    The largest majorities who feel that Bush justified an attack on Iraq are Republicans (72%) and residents of rural areas (59%). Approximately half of whites, 30-64 year-olds, Protestants, suburbanites, and married adults agree.

    Men and women are both evenly divided.

    24. Some people believe that the US government and its 9/11 Commission concealed or refused to investigate critical evidence that contradicts their official explanation of the September 11th attacks, saying there has been a cover-up. Others say that the 9/11 Commission was a bi-partisan group of honest and well-respected people and that there is no reason they would want to cover-up anything. Who are you more likely to agree with?

    US government and 9/11 Commission are NOT covering up 48%
    US government and 9/11 Commission are covering up 42
    Not sure 10

    Close to half (48%) agrees the U.S. government and 9/11 Commission are not covering up anything, yet nearly as many (42%) believe the government and 9/11 Commission are covering up. One in ten (10%) is unsure

    Both men and women and residents in each of the four regions are more likely to say the U.S. government and 9/11 Commission are not covering up anything. Majorities who agree include Republicans (64%), 50-64 year-olds, married adults, suburbanites (59%), Protestants, those with at least some college education, and people with annual household income of $50,000 or more (57%).

    Majorities (50%-56%) of Democrats, 18-29 year-olds, Hispanics, single adults and those who are divorced/widowed/separated, residents of small cities, and adults with less education than a high school diploma believe the government and 9/11 Commission are covering up something. Nearly half of independent voters (48%) agree.

    25. World Trade Center Building 7 is the 47-story skyscraper that was not hit by any planes during the September 11th attacks, but still totally collapsed later the same day. This collapse was not investigated by the 9/11 Commission. Are you aware of this skyscraper's collapse, and if so do you believe that the Commission should have also investigated it? Or do you believe that the Commission was right to only investigate the collapse of the buildings which were directly hit by airplanes?

    I am not aware of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse 43%
    I am aware of it and think the Commission should have investigated it 38
    I am aware of it and think the Commission was right to investigate just the Twin Towers' collapse 14
    Neither/Not sure 5

    A plurality (43%) is not aware of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse. Nearly as many (38%), though, are aware of it and think the Commission should have investigated it. People are least likely to be aware of the building’s collapse and think the Commission was right to investigate just the Twin Towers' collapse (14%).

    Pluralities in many sub-groups are not aware of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse. This includes Republicans and independents, adults 30 and older, whites, residents of the East and Central/Great Lakes regions, and women.

    Majorities of Hispanics (56%) and 18-29 year-olds (52%) and pluralities of Democrats and Southerners are those most likely to be aware of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse and think the Commission should have investigated it.

    Republicans (21%), college graduates (20%), people with household income of $75,000 or more (22%), and men (17%) are among the most likely to be aware of the building’s collapse and think the Commission was right to investigate just the Twin Towers' collapse.
    26. Some people say that so many unanswered questions about 9/11 remain that Congress or an International Tribunal should re-investigate the attacks, including whether any US government officials consciously allowed or helped facilitate their success. Other people say the 9/11 attacks were thoroughly investigated and that any speculation about US government involvement is nonsense. Who are you more likely to agree with?

    The attacks were thoroughly investigated 47%
    Reinvestigate the attacks 45
    Not sure 8

    People are again closely divided, this time with a slight plurality (47%) saying the attacks were thoroughly investigated, while 45% feel the attacks should be reinvestigated. Nearly one in ten (8%) are not sure.

    Republicans (70%) and people with annual household income of $75,000 or more (64%) are the most likely to say the attacks were thoroughly investigated. Other majorities who agree include up to 58% of whites, 50-64 year-olds, residents of the East and West, college graduates and those with some college education, and people with annual household income of $50,000-$74,999.

    Majorities in several sub-groups feel the attacks should be reinvestigated. The most likely are Hispanics (67%) and African Americans (64%). Other majorities include up to 57% of Democrats and independents, 18-49 year-olds, residents of the Central/Great Lakes, high school graduates and those with less education. Between 56%-61% of people with household income less than $25,000 agree.

    Men are more likely to agree attacks were thoroughly investigated (51% to 42%), while women are more likely to say the attacks should be reinvestigated (48% to 43%).

    27. How would you rate the US media's performance regarding 9/11, including their coverage of victim families' unanswered questions, theories that challenged the official account, and how the attacks were investigated? Excellent 10%
    Good 33 Positive 43%
    Fair 36
    Poor 19
    Not sure 3 Negative 55

    A majority of adults (55%) rates the media’s performance as negative, including an overall plurality (36%) who rates it as “fair.” In comparison, 43% give the media’s performance positive ratings, with most of these coming as “good” (33%).

    Majorities in a few sub-groups give the media positive ratings. These include 50%-58% of African Americans, residents of small cities, divorced/widowed/separated adults, Progressives, those with less than a high school diploma, and people with household income less than $15,000 and $25,000-$34,999.

    In all remaining sub-groups, majorities rate the media’s performance as negative. This includes approximately three-fifths of Republicans, conservatives, Hispanics, residents of the West, married adults, college graduates and those with some college education, and people with household income of $35,000-$74,999. People whose political ideology is Libertarian (74%) and very conservative (67%) are the most likely to give negative ratings.

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    Beck is a strident clown who will cut someone off and call them a crazy idiot if that person's opinion is not in lock step with his own. He's a frothing-at-the-mouth maniac, which is exactly what the powers that be want to associate with "right-wing" views. He has a following, but under all the theater, he's still the controlled opposition... a lightning rod for conservative sympathies, tasked with molding them into something kosher and non-racial.

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    Glenn Beck is a Douche Bag.I apologize for using such inappropriate language but I know no other words or phrases to describe this Douche Bag.
    As far as I'm concerned 9-11 or 911 was an inside job.You have to have a reason to start a war and this pretty much did the trick.I'm pretty sure those tube like structures that one can see on the bottom of the planes were filled with Thermite.The ignition source for the Thermite was the exploding jet and fuel which then caused a chain reaction which melted the steel and left a concrete shell and the building collapsed.It was a terrible day in American History and I will never forget those people jumping.Still makes me sick.

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