When Glenn beck was on CNN2, aka Headline News, I felt he was more an impotent whiner than someone who could be a conservative leader, and I was unimpressed with his debut on Fox, so I haven't been watching… until today
Beck seems to have found his niche, and it could be a big one.
Apparently CNN had a stifling effect on him (who could have expected that?), and Fox has freed him to speak his mind, and boy has he.
He conducted an interview today with the iredeemably despicable Orin Hatch in which he flat-out told Hatch that he couldn't buy his reasons for voting in favor of Goiter, or whatever our new Treasury Secretary's name is.
And Beck wasn't done there. Just now he concluded part one of his interview with Governor Blago, and I've never seen anything like it – soothingly confrontational, funny, and above all highly interesting and even entertaining.
Today's installment is being repeated in the early morning hours tomorrow, and Beck promises that part two with Blago will be better than the first, so I'm there.
And Glenn Beck suddenly has enormous promise of becoming the next big conservative voice.