Few at the event spoke longer — a full 15 minutes — and more passionately than conservative radio host Glenn Beck, who used the occasion to highlight a laundry list of concerns, including the recent National Security Agency surveillance controversy, what he called “Benghazi-gate,” and the need for more religion in American life.
“Vengeance belongs to God,” he said. He then compared Washington to Las Vegas, but adding, “At least Las Vegas admits to having crooks and prostitutes.”
One man in the crowd just shook his head.
“No God stuff. Just focus on the crimes of the IRS,” he called out. “That’s why we are here.”
Friday, June 21, 2013
The WaPo reported on how Glenn Beck's word salad barrage struck one Bagger who was at the June 19th anti-IRS conclave:
Posted by Steve J. at 12:54 AM