Glenn Beck is all over the place these days, which means either his overdramatic performance speaks to Americans or that people love to watch a train wreck, or both!
This week the New York Times called Beck "Fox News’s mad, apocalyptic, tearful rising star." Salon turned Beck's broadcasts into poems. One reads: "Believe in something. Even if it's wrong."
Yesterday on Morning Joe, fellow conservative Joe Scarborough pondered whether Glenn Beck is really parodying Stephen Colbert parodying Bill O'Reilly. If so — no wonder Beck's show is number two on Fox. Colbert and O'Reilly are ratings machines.