Friday, January 11, 2013

Beck to O'Reilly: Fmr. Vice President Al Gore's views much more closely aligned to Osama bin Laden, Al Qaeda and Arab oil sheiks

Rushed transcript, last night's broadcast of the O'Reilly Report on Fox:
BECK: I can speak for me as a libertarian. But that is a very wide platform. For me, stop spending. Cut the size of the government...

O'REILLY: All right so you made a $250 million offer?

BECK: No. We called them up and we said, so, we want to make an offer. Blah, blah, blah, and they said great and who is this Mercury Company? O'REILLY: Right.

BECK: And they said well, we -- that would have to actually go to the Vice President I don't -- I yes I can't -- we're going to call you back. Within 15 minutes they called us back they said the Vice President has a reputation and under no circumstance will he ever entertain an offer from Glenn Beck.

O'REILLY: All right even if it was $500 or $700 million?

BECK: We never got to the table. We weren't allowed to the table because his reputation -- was his -- his legacy of his network was too important so he sold it to Al Jazeera.

O'REILLY: Well that's what I want to say. How do you process it personally when you are more loathsome to Al Gore than guys who glorify Osama bin Laden? Your words? BECK: That's a badge of honor, I want that on my resume. I want that on my -- it's a badge of honor that I'm more loathsome, that I am -- that I am not anywhere close to his agenda, close to his values because Al Jazeera is closer.

O'REILLY: The guy is taking money from Gulf oil sheikhs when he is blasting big oil. BECK: Oh no, no, no, it's so much more than that, it's so much more than that. It's not just that he has -- he claims all those global warming bull crap and that he really cares and then sells and takes all the Gulf oil money. It's more than that. His values he said that his network and Al Jazeera were launched on the same values, the network that was hiding information about Osama bin Laden and beyond that the people who started it and launched it stoned women and homosexuals in their streets. Wow, I am proud to not have the same corner stone of values as Al Gore.

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