Beck on the Tent Protesters - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Paul Segal
    • 26.08.11 | 12:12 (IDT)

    The article is not truthful in regard to Beck and the tent protests. Beck asked on his radio show who were the tent protesters. He was then read a list of the demands from the self appointed 'leadership'. Beck made light of the demands when he heard such things as 'raise taxes, social justice etc.He then asked his listeners to see who was funding the tent protest movement insinuating that it was the extreme left organizations. Beck was right on target. Many other Israeli commentators have done the same thing. In my comments I was attempting to make a distinction between the problem and the solution.

    from the article: Glenn Beck rallies draw support from diffuse ideologues
    First published 01:23 26.08.11 | Last updated 01:23 26.08.11
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