When Glenn Beck had one of his crying spells during the announcement of his 9/12 ralley, he said "Man! - I'm turning into a frickin' televangalist."
It just went right passed me because it sounded so rediculous. But since then, that is exactly what has happened. Beck got a few chalkboards and turned his studio into a classroom with a focus on the founding fathers and the constitution.
The problem was that many viewers never warmed up to Professor Becks Revisionist History Class. Before long out went the founding fathers and the constitution, in came Jesus Christ and the bible. Beck has long predicted the demise of his show and has said that he'll go out with a bang. I don't think he's going anywhere.
Especially now that it appears that May 21, 2001 will not be the end of the world. How could it be? - Glenn Beck has been chosen by God to save the land of Israel. Last night at 1 AM Eastern Time, Glenn prayed hard and made the decision.
"I didn’t make the decision of where—We’ve reserved so many sites. Last night at 1 AM Eastern Time I made the Decision, because we had to be on the phone and give a decision to, to all of these places in Israel. One AM, man. I prayed on this one hard. Because, what I am going to announce tomorrow—I thought it was going to be rough going yesterday—heh. Now with what the president has done—Let me tell you something. This is going to be a life-altering event. It will take profound courage to stand in Israel. Because I believe the very Gate of Hell have been opened against them but the very Gates of Heaven are about to open up the other way."
This must be why we will all be spared today because May 21, 2001 will not be the end of the world. God has spoken and he or she has tasked Glenn with saving the promised land. It's either that or Glenn is getting high on his own supply.