Cavuto vs Beck : Who’s got the bigger balls?

5 04 2009

Folks, I havent had TV in my house in almost 2 years. After watching these two clips of Neil Cavuto and Glenn Beck (both FoxNews), I find myself curious and maybe thinking of getting some form of cable just to keep from missing these kind of debates. Lets get to it. Neil Cavuto goes after Congressman Grayson so fiercely that he almost loses his composure. Love the passion Neil, bravo. Neil, I never watched your show but this kind of debate makes me want to see more. Neil wastes no time with going after Grayson who is obviously holding back over the proposed bill that would give the Treasury Secretary complete authority in dictating the salaries of every employee of any company that receives any form of federal money. Anyone else see a slight problem with this? Neil’s main focal point was trying to get a range of salary that would be considered excessive and he couldn’t get an answer. Then he fires back by laying down the truth of the matter by saying “… we pay you congressman. Act like it …” Neil goes on in the interview to ask about his concerns that this bill could be used to do much more than what Grayson declares it is for. Grayson responds by saying that Neil is being ‘absurd’ and ‘ridiculous’. Well folks, as many of my readers know, I think that Grayson is giving us the run around. Its like saying ‘hey, let me have access to your house whenever I please but I promise I wont take anything that I dont deserve or that you have rightfully earned.’ Where is the track record to prove that Grayson is honorable at his word???

Next we move on to Glenn, that sick twisted freak. He does a great job of getting the Conn. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal (“AG”) to admit that AIG did not break any law and that really the AG was going after AIG as a stunt for popularity attainment. I have seen Glenn before and I’m no stranger to his antics. Glenn keeps composure and when he uses the word ‘Sir’ often, its a clear cut sign that Glenn is pretty pissed at you. Glenn told the AG “ are an insult to George Washington, sir …” and my favorite “…are you going to come after me for anything I’ve earned because you disagree with me, because it might be popular, or are you going to stand for the law, sir? …” Go get’em Glenn. The emotionless look on the AG’s face along with the pointless word speak spewed is typical and expected from these vermin. Here is a man whose job is to “is to serve as Connecticut’s lawyer, in civil as well as criminal matters. He is not the Governor’s lawyer. He is our lawyer.” And he is doing just the opposite. He is chosing which person he will protect when it is his DUTY to protect every single citizen. Just because something is popular does not make it right. This is not a democracy, folks. This is a Republic where the rule of law is supreme, not the will of men. Especially men like Mr. Blumenthal who chose to take actions based on policy and not law. Shame on you Richard.

So I ask you, fellow Mindless readers, who is your favorite from this match up? Cavuto or Beck?




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