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Beck: Satan Keeping Me Off Cable

A day after saying that he doesn’t know anyone who is anti-gay, Glenn Beck went on the virulently anti-gay Tony Perkins’ radio show and told him that his Blaze network should be on cable because he believes in miracles, but that “other forces at work that aren’t necessarily earthly forces that would like to see voices silenced.”

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  1. markr1957 says

    Such vanity! Of course Blek couldn’t possibly imagine that the reason he can’t get back onto cable TV is because he’s crap.

  2. dingojack says

    markr1957 – What’s the minimum level of crapness* you need to scape up to make it on to CABLE?
    (Duck Dynasty Douchebag – need I say more?)
    Dingo
    ——-
    * Yes, I know it’s not a word, go with the flow, OK?

  3. says

    ““other forces at work that aren’t necessarily earthly forces that would like to see voices silenced.”

    He could be right about that. Whatever intelligent life in the universe that isn’t from EARTH might want to nip this thing in the bud.

  4. Larry says

    I think your format is the problem here, Glenn, not some fictional boogie man creature. Maybe if you opened up a pawn store, made moonshine, or pulled logs out of a river, you’d be more successful.

  5. raven says

    ““other forces at work that aren’t necessarily earthly forces that would like to see voices silenced.”

    He is saying that the gods don’t like him and Tony Perkins. It’s believable anyway. If they existed, they would be appalled by them.

    The fact that Tony Perkins hasn’t been hit by a lightning bolt is one of the proofs that the xian god doesn’t exist. Glenn Beck is in a safer position, as a designated clown.

  6. jnorris says

    Mr Beck is besieged by the single demon of not being able to show cable companies how they will profit by running his network. Demon capitalism at its best/worst!

  7. Alverant says

    I can’t get on cable either, Beck. It MUST be Satan and not because neither of us have anything worth saying.
    /s

  8. dingojack says

    Lithified Detritus – It’s Bek – crapulent, flatulent and corpulent wouldn’t be far off the mark.
    :) Dingo

  9. thebookofdave says

    @markr1957 #1

    Of course Blek couldn’t possibly imagine that the reason he can’t get back onto cable TV is because he’s crap.

    Ahh, but who could be responsible for turning everything he does into crap? Could it be…oh, I don’t know…SATAN?

    /Church Lady

  10. skinnercitycyclist says

    Lithified Detritus – It’s Bek – crapulent, flatulent and corpulent wouldn’t be far off the mark.

    I am waiting for his crepuscular moment, myself.

  11. John Pieret says

    I believe in miracles!

    So, God isn’t more powerful than Satan and can’t perform a miracle that thwarts Satan? I’m not surprised that Blech is unaware that Manichaeism is considered a Christian heresy but Perkins should know better.

    Of course, the other explanation is that God is more powerful than Satan and it is God that is the other worldly force that wants to see Blech silenced …

  12. Michael Heath says

    John Pieret writes:

    Manichaeism is considered a Christian heresy

    matty1 writes:

    So is Mormonism

    There is no ruling authority within Christianity. Instead we encounter some Christian denominations arguing certain other denominations or believers are, ‘no true Christians’. So it’s a mere theological debate within Christianity itself, where no one denomination or group of denominations have formal power to kick-out another group unless a group controls a theocracy within a certain governmental jurisdiction; and then only within that jurisdiction.

    From a public square perspective, outside the intra-Christian theological squabbles, it seems fairly easy to define which groups are Christian and which are not; those denominations which claim to be Christian are Christian. Mormons consider themselves Christians and I see no reason why people in general should argue otherwise, again outside the boundaries of an intra-Christian theological squabble.

  13. colnago80 says

    Re Michael Heath @ #22

    Mormons are not considered Christians by most Christian denominations because they reject the Trinity.

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