Glenn Beck has outwitted the mainstream media and is speaking directly to the American people. What will happen when he invades Barack Obama’s home turf, Chicago? Is this a signal of the election avalanche to come that a conservative TV broadcaster could have as much — if not more — influence than a sitting U.S. President? Could it be because Obama renounced his rights as president by ignoring the people’s voices and appeasing the left wing of the Democratic party instead? We shall see. However, in the meantime, the debate still proves to be an interesting one. Now is your chance to weigh in.
In Part II of his interview on Beck, Tea Party Reporter William J. Kelly talks Beck’s plans in Chicago and more details on Right Nation 2010 — but expect a little conservative humor along the way. Then tap into the Right Nation 2010 trailer and see the way conservatism should be done.
Kelly says, “Conservative and cool — they’ve always gone together — but some just didn’t know how. The answer? Let Ronald Reagan show you the way and that is exactly what Right Nation has done. Beck, Dennis Miller, and a number of others have proven that comedy, satire, and the entertainment and media industries in general are ripe for conservative take-over. We just needed to drag a few others to see the light that we, as conservatives, can no longer allow the liberal Left to monopolize entertainment and popular culture. Now is that time.”
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Part II of Kelly’s interview about Beck taking on Obama’s home turf.
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