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10/26/2010

'Bend' it like Beck. Uhm.

by Jeremy Hooper

Glenn Beck's not the biggest fan of MSNBC's new "Lean Forward" network slogan. His suggested change:

“By the way, MSNBC, why don’t you just make your slogan ‘Bend Over?’ Because you lean forward enough and it’s bending over, and I think it would be more appropriate.”
Audio at link: Glenn Beck To MSNBC: “Why Don’t You Just Make Your Slogan ‘Bend Over’? [Mediaite]

You know, Glenn means to imply that MSNBC staffers inappropriately bend with their back rather than their knees when picking up pennies. Right? Because what else could he possibly mean to say about his cable adversary?

Though we certainly wouldn't recommend Glenn and his colleagues (like the whoa-anti-gay David Barton) to engage in any abrupt bending. With all the spinning that goes on over there, a sudden, dizzied inclined might cause someone to hurt something (be it the fanny or the national discourse).

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