Glenn Beck: Hillary Clinton 'will be the next president'
September 2nd, 2014
07:27 PM ET
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Glenn Beck: Hillary Clinton 'will be the next president'

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Glenn Beck may not want to vote for Hillary Clinton, but he is convinced that she will win the presidency in 2016.

Beck, the conservative radio and television host, used part of his radio show on Tuesday to talk about the prospect of Clinton running for president and why, if she does, she "will be the next president of the United States."

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  1. Dumbas[R]ocks

    "I would love some one, anyone to explain to me why the GOP will be a winner in November or in 2016. Sure, I am biased, but what have they got? No candidates- no policies, no plans."

    What you have just described, rs, is a Teabagger's political orgasm. And for the bottom half of this country's electorate, that's enough. So that's what the GOP 'got': a politically retarded base that feeds on ideological catechisms and fairytales.....which, little as it is, has proven to be enough to be in contention for political power in America.

    And we presume to feel sorry for the political problems in places like Iraq and Egypt, etc.??!!!!!

    September 3, 2014 12:54 pm at 12:54 pm |
  2. Dumbas[R]ocks

    Chris might want to un-mesmerize himself. Do wean yourself from FoxNews and the other hate-masters you rely on, and grab a piece of reality before it eludes you altogether.

    Normal humans would be embarrassed at continually failing and resisting success, and at having to be dragged, kicking and screaming, into the next round of prosperity by others. But there is no embarrassment for the terminally stupid of the [R] party.

    September 3, 2014 12:57 pm at 12:57 pm |
  3. Rudy NYC

    smith

    @Rudy-Hmm, when you watch a talk show host on tv don`t you listen to what he or she says? or do you read lips? Right wing slant on CNN? So does Hannity have left-wing slant since he bashes Obama all of time?..smh
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    I read lips while listening to loud music. Yes, Lou Dobbs took a hard right turn after Obama was elected in '08.

    September 3, 2014 01:05 pm at 1:05 pm |
  4. Jeff Brown in Jersey

    Our country is in turmoil. Our economy is not as robust as it should be. People are still out of work. Banks we bailed out are still aggressively foreclosing on homes and not giving out loans. The mid east is about to implode and what do Republicans do? Instead of badgering their Congressional Representative to DO SOMETHING TO HELP THE PRESIDENT, they suck up the bait that Faux News is offering like starving piranhas. The only way this will change is to vote ALL Republicans out of office in November!

    September 3, 2014 01:08 pm at 1:08 pm |
  5. smith

    @The Real Tom P-I agree with some issues or stances in both parties. However, the lefties on here only chime in or take notice when I bash a left stance or issue. When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence.

    September 3, 2014 01:21 pm at 1:21 pm |
  6. Sniffit

    "Democrats sure seem to enjoy a false sense of security ? From the printing of money to the raping of our military down to WW1 levels to the open borders and a shortage of doctors due to the not so ACa ? And 0bamas war on energy the poor rich and M class ? And this is GOOD ? Well ok then . W0w pinch me ."

    I wouldn't pinch you with Mann Coulter's claws. Besides, what good would it do? Pinching wakes you from dreaming, not from a coma.

    September 3, 2014 01:23 pm at 1:23 pm |
  7. You Got It

    Hillary won't win – the scandals and "she's not Bill" will eventually catch up to her when she gets in the limelight as a frontrunner.
    Heck, Obama beat her out, TWICE!!! She has no charisma, and isn't capable of being a motivator. Obama won due to his speaking abilities & charisma – he used the same promises & catch phrases during BOTH elections and still won. Even though he hasn't delivered on any of them......doh!!

    September 3, 2014 01:26 pm at 1:26 pm |
  8. Rudy NYC

    Jeff Brown in Jersey

    Our country is in turmoil. Our economy is not as robust as it should be. People are still out of work. Banks we bailed out are still aggressively foreclosing on homes and not giving out loans. The mid east is about to implode and what do Republicans do? Instead of badgering their Congressional Representative to DO SOMETHING TO HELP THE PRESIDENT, they suck up the bait that Faux News is offering like starving piranhas. The only way this will change is to vote ALL Republicans out of office in November!
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    Don't forget Mitt Romney's insightful comments in late 2008. He was all for doing nothing to help anyone in financial trouble, except for the banks. TARP was the right thing to do. As for the ballooning mortgage crisis, Mitt's prescription was pretty consistent with what he had said about the auto manufacturers. "Let Detroit go bankrupt."

    Mitt Romney said that home foreclosures was a good opportunity for investors because they could come in, buy up the foreclosed properties, fix them up if need be, and then rent them out to the families who couldn't afford their homes.

    September 3, 2014 01:28 pm at 1:28 pm |
  9. Dominican mama 4 Obama

    As it stands, right here right now, the GOP's got nothing. Zilch, Nada, Zero,and you can add NO ONE to that.
    I've been gone for 5 days, I might as well have come back to this dirt track in 2016 because nothing's changed.
    Hell. Beck is right.

    September 3, 2014 01:29 pm at 1:29 pm |
  10. smith

    @The real tom p-Btw, My first comment was not an attack on either side but yet who chimes in? The left posters not the right. Sounds like you have the same mindset like others on here. If your not a liberal your a rwnj or if your not a conservative your lwnj.

    September 3, 2014 01:29 pm at 1:29 pm |
  11. Dominican mama 4 Obama

    @ smith
    When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence.
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    Sorry I missed those posts from you smith, they would've made for a nice change of pace.
    So here's your applause "clap!, clap!, clap!".
    .

    September 3, 2014 01:31 pm at 1:31 pm |
  12. Rudy NYC

    smith

    @The Real Tom P-I agree with some issues or stances in both parties. However, the lefties on here only chime in or take notice when I bash a left stance or issue. When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence.
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    You're comparing apples and oranges. Your comparing conservative agendas at the local level to liberal agendas at the national level. Republicans have no positive agenda at the local level, because it is always about stopping something. Stop abortion. Stop voter fraud. Stop unions. Stop, stop, stop. The same is especially true at the national level. DC Republicans are not FOR anything besides stopping everything that they didn't create themselves.

    September 3, 2014 01:34 pm at 1:34 pm |
  13. ????

    @Tampa Tim
    ?? – So working with allies and building a coalition to combat ISIS and tea baggers is not a sound foreign policy? The Bush Doctrine was the main reason for ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Take some responsibility, instead of blaming your failures on democrats.
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    Blame it on Bush ain't going to work anymore. Its time for Obama to start earning his pay.
    Nobody on the international stage respects Obama. Just take a look at video when Obama and Putin are shown together. Putin's body language toward Obama reflects utter contempt and disrespect.

    Obama wants to do nothing more than tinker with social policy in the United States, give campaign speeches and play golf. Frankly, I think that is all he is capable of doing. This is what we get for electing a community organizer to be the president.

    September 3, 2014 01:37 pm at 1:37 pm |
  14. Rudy NYC

    smith

    @The real tom p-Btw, My first comment was not an attack on either side but yet who chimes in? The left posters not the right. Sounds like you have the same mindset like others on here. If your not a liberal your a rwnj or if your not a conservative your lwnj.
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    My, my. How forgetful you've become. Everyone watched you distance yourself from the tag "moderate", smith. You made it abundantly clear that you are as far from being moderate as possible. You made it unmistakably clear that you are nearly the opposite of "moderate." Let's not pretend, shall we?

    #NOBODYSFOOLED

    September 3, 2014 01:37 pm at 1:37 pm |
  15. Fair is Fair

    smith

    @The Real Tom P-I agree with some issues or stances in both parties. However, the lefties on here only chime in or take notice when I bash a left stance or issue. When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence.
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    I've said it a hundred times... you can't agree with 95% of their stances without 100% of them crucifying you for the 5% you don't agree with.

    September 3, 2014 01:38 pm at 1:38 pm |
  16. Dumbas[R]ocks

    "When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence."

    What dream sequence was that from?

    #1 - Your tendencies precede you. And even now you are only complaining about "lefties". So, you've found nothing at all to complain about from all the Teatard posts you've read?

    #2 - Even IF you had made those comments, what was there to respond to?.......when you're correct, you're correct....its as simple as that. The lwnj's know it as truth and are content; the rwnj's know it and are too dumb to counter it with even their made-up "facts".

    So what are you complaining about? If you make cogent statements based on facts, you get contented agreement or a meaningful discussion on here. If you speak in partisan nonsense and parrot rightwing fairytales, you get your brains beat out on here. Only a [R] would complain about that.

    September 3, 2014 01:45 pm at 1:45 pm |
  17. Rudy NYC

    ????

    @Tampa Tim
    ?? – So working with allies and building a coalition to combat ISIS and tea baggers is not a sound foreign policy? The Bush Doctrine was the main reason for ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Take some responsibility, instead of blaming your failures on democrats.
    _________________
    Blame it on Bush ain't going to work anymore. Its time for Obama to start earning his pay.
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    Uh, how many months did Bush spend building his coalition. We invaded Iraq 18 months after 9/11.

    September 3, 2014 01:45 pm at 1:45 pm |
  18. smith

    @Rudy-Im not a moderate, Im an Independent. Sorry you live in the world of the far left and the far right.

    September 3, 2014 01:49 pm at 1:49 pm |
  19. Tony

    Smith, if you speak on being pro-choice or on the right being driven by religion, why do people on the left need to chime in? Most people on the left agree with you on these issues . They have better things to do.

    September 3, 2014 01:53 pm at 1:53 pm |
  20. Rudy NYC

    Fair is Fair

    smith

    @The Real Tom P-I agree with some issues or stances in both parties. However, the lefties on here only chime in or take notice when I bash a left stance or issue. When I speak on issues like being pro-choice or the right being driven by religon nothing but silence.
    --––
    I've said it a hundred times... you can't agree with 95% of their stances without 100% of them crucifying you for the 5% you don't agree with.
    =================================================================
    The problem is that he hardly posts anything of the sort. Those topics rarely come up in the articles. When was the last time that we saw an article about abortion or pro-choice? Remember, smith made it quite clear that he is NOT a moderate, which only leaves one place on the ideological map. If he's not in the middle, then he's on the fringes.

    September 3, 2014 01:54 pm at 1:54 pm |
  21. Rudy NYC

    smith

    @Rudy-Im not a moderate, Im an Independent. Sorry you live in the world of the far left and the far right.
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    Thank-you for reinforcing what I said about you. You're not a moderate. So, what's your definition of "independent"?

    September 3, 2014 01:57 pm at 1:57 pm |
  22. tomdavie

    Polarization is dying. The congress has a 10% approval rating. Nothing is getting done. Both Parties base voters are brainwashed into self righteousness and the other side is evil.

    Its like we have built our own little cold war.

    The rise of the moderates is coming. Triangulation is coming. The idea of compromise and co operation is going to become a reality again.

    September 3, 2014 01:58 pm at 1:58 pm |
  23. The Real Tom Paine

    @ smith & Fair:

    Hardly. Smith, its hardly fair to condemn an entire group like that. There have been plenty of times when people have agreed with you, but it appears as though you have amnesia about those instances. Perhaps you have not been willing to be as outspoken regarding your disagreements with the Right as you are with the left: have you considered that while you've been heaping scorn on people who don't give you the affirmation you want? Fair, you and I have disagreed politely plenty of times, so I really resent being lumped in with the ideologically driven in here any more than you do.You know me better than that.

    September 3, 2014 02:00 pm at 2:00 pm |
  24. The Real Tom Paine

    @ Fair, I suggest you try that reasoning, unless you're afraid of being branded a RINO.

    September 3, 2014 02:00 pm at 2:00 pm |
  25. smith

    @Tony-You must not spend very much time on the Ticker.

    September 3, 2014 02:02 pm at 2:02 pm |
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