Glenn Beck on Woolsey, Harman and Winograd

Jane Harman and Marcy Winograd

Jane Harman, Marcy Winograd

Check out the YouTube of Glen Beck’s nationwide broadcast, lamenting the take-over of progressives, “a virus” inside both the Democratic and Republican parties.  During the rant, he reads a good portion of a disapproving letter the California Democratic Party Progressive Caucus officers wrote  to Lynn Woolsey, Co-Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. It can be seen at about 3:05 into the video.

The letter references the race between “scandal-ridden conservative Jane Harman and progressive Marcy Winograd” – as well as Progressive Democrats of America .  You’ve got to catch this act …

Meanwhile, Marcy Winograd invites you to sign up to volunteer at  The campaign is walking precincts, collecting signatures for ballot-qualification, and chasing the jets out of Santa Monica Airport.

Come on board & make Beck mad!

Onward to Victory!


  1. says

    It amazes one to realize the extent to which this silly country is susceptible to such blatant propaganda as spewed forth on a Daily basis by FOX Noise.

    These are the days of America’s ultimate doom. When a clueless thought Nazi like Glenn Beck is able to hijack America political conversation, it only proves beyond a wisp of a doubt that America has swallowed the fatal capsule of its own demise.

    Seriously, did you ever, in your weirdest, stupidest fantasies think your country would fall as low as it has? It kinda makes you wonder.

    Tom Degan

  2. says

    Working inside the party/parties? Well why not? Working outside the parties is considered to be flaky. When Ralph Nader insisted on running for President with an inside/outside strategy he was blamed for the loss of the 2000 election [When it was actually stolen by a coup engineered by the Supreme Court.] and by some critics he even caused John Kerry to lose in 2004. So if you work inside then you are supposed to shut up and go with the flow and if you work outside or inside/outside then you are guilty of betraying the party and causing losses. Conclusion: to be a good Democrat you are supposed to shut up and be seen, maybe, not heard, and go with the flow. In the 1960s I worked with others within the Democratic Party in a large mid-western city and we took over a party precinct committee for a while — then the “Party” sent a lot of their loyal to the meetings and forced out the progressives: we are talking shoving, kicking, physical intimidation and name calling and character assassination. They then quickly repudiated the progressive agenda for the local elections and proceeded to keep Vietnam War supporters in Congress and in local positions within the party. So, my point is we should never take advice from the Glenn Beck’s of the world or worry about their analyzes. It is good if progressives take over the Democratic Party but it won’t be easy and it will involve losing democratic friends who may not be partial to a progressive agenda.

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