Saturday, September 12, 2009

Glenn Beck vs. Cass Sunstein: The Real Issue is All Those Dogs (Pit Bulls) Glenn Beck Tortured and Killed

Sean Hannity and Congressman Joe Wilson, Son of the Confederacy, were putting powder on Bill O'Reilly's cheeks when Glenn Beck breezed in. They immediately congratulated Glenn Beck for standing up for his convictions and revealing that Cass Sunstein is "a man who doesn't believe we should be eating meat, a man who believes that animals should be provided attorneys in the courts of law, a man who believes that everyone must be an organ donor, and a man who believes that you should not be able to remove rats from your home if it causes them any pain."

Glenn Beck thanked Sean Hannity and Joe Wilson, Son of the Confederacy, for their kind words. When a Pravda TV executive approached Congressman Joe Wilson, he said, "That's offensive to me that anyone would take my Confederate heritage -- based on the owning and trading of human beings as property -- and make it into a Holocaust-era type description. I find that very offensive."

Congressman Joe Wilson barely acknowledged Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck as they raved about his impromptu speech and studied his words under forced convection in a wind tunnel, with a microwave transmitter that heated intact leaves of various sizes and shapes in vivo.

Glenn Beck smiled as he bid Congressman Joe Wilson goodbye. He led Sean Hannity to a nearby table. When Sean Hannity was seated, Glenn Beck announced that his viewers weren't interested in hearing about his pet charities. According to Glenn Beck, his viewers instead wanted to know why Sean Hannity advocates the use of Sharia law in the United States.

Sean Hannity countered that the Pravda TV network would be willing to overlook Glenn Beck's accusation that Cass Sustein is a crazed animal-rights activist if Glenn Beck would explain why he tortured and killed all those Pit Bulls.

"You were caught with a 'break' or 'parting' stick for prying open Pit Bulls' mouths during fights and an electric treadmill modified for Pit Bulls," Sean Hannity said. "Everyone thinks it's kind of strange that you never talk anymore on your TV show about those Pit Bulls you hanged, electrocuted, and drowned."

"The hell I will," Glenn Beck said.

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