Cannot say I blame him.............
I’ve never given a dime to the Republican Party, so...
I’ve also never been a fan of Glenn Beck.
Hey Glenn, talk to Mark Levin. Maybe you can move him that last “inch” he’s been talking about.
Please let me know if Palin says something similar. Then we’ll have to talk.
Until then, let me talk about Tom Cotton, as a means to bring back the GOP to those of us, who want it back.
Good for him. The scales fall from another persons eyes.
Why was he still in it? I left a long time ago. Not a Republicann but WILL NOT vote for a Democrat.
I changed my voter registration the day Boohoo was reelected.
I don’t much care what Glenn does. Whatever it is, it will be self serving and pointless.
Glenn Beck? The name sounds familiar.
I have been thinking about getting back with the republican party in Colorado. A supposed grass roots person is now the republican leader so if he can keep Cristie’s big fat nose out of Colorado elections and really is a conservative he may have my support.
When approximately fifty people, all approximately as rich as Donald Trump, announce that they are founding an alternative party to the Republican Party, it will be time to take the demise of the Republican Party seriously. As things stand, the Republican Party is based on the old, old, WASP money of the Northeast, with a despised insurgent, Christian, conservative, pro-life wing.
The Democrats are financed BY THE TAXPAYERS—laundering the money through the public-sector unions, the trial lawyers, the Communists, the Muslim Brotherhood, George Soros, and Wall Street.
I don’t think he is the only one leaving that party. Average folks like me have left. I was Republican since 1959 and left last year.
Well, that makes 2 million of us...
He should have stopped contributing to the Republican party L O N G ago! They were taking his money and using it against conservatives. I only contribute to individual conservative Republican campaigns around the country. If you’re sending money to the RNC, you might as well be sending it to the DNC.
And he’s in a state where the party at least, locally, state-wise, is doing well. So, I’d tend to disagree with him in this case.
Some people judge everything just nationally or on who is the president. Yes, Republicans in the Senate and to a lesser extent, the House have been disappointing.
I don’t like today’s Republican party and I don’t like today’s Glenn Beck.
Was he bawling when he said it?