From old-guard GOP-ers to Tea Party members, most conservatives are thrilled with Scott Brown after his Massachusetts victory. Poems are being penned in his honor while enthused supporters trumpet a 2012 presidential bid.
Glenn Beck, however, is penning no poems. Beck was unamused to hear that Brown jokingly called his daughters "available" in his victory speech. He compares it to telling the public the daughters are "on the meat market." Beck continues: "I want a chastity belt on this man; I want his every move
watched in Washington--I don't trust this guy."
As if that weren't enough, he concludes with an allusion to Chandra Levy, saying "this one could end with a dead intern." Have a look:
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