That was Psaki, looking for a date for the State Sadie Hawkins shin dig.
 March 27, 2015 at 8:17am
Spot on, MeanoReno. To take it a step further, IMHO this never actually was a swap or trade as portrayed. The Haqqanis who held Bergdahl are famous for holding people for ransom and would not have released him without the payola. Barry was glad to let him sit there and rot until he saw an opportunity to concoct this ‘trade’ story as an excuse to further his goal to empty out Gitmo. I believe he illegally paid the ransom to get Bergdahl released and used that as an excuse to release those five prisoners. This also explains why the so-called investigation was uninterested in the real facts or even talking to those closest to the situation. They needed to control the ‘facts’ of what happened to cover their actions throughout the entire fiasco. Another shameful scandal.
 March 27, 2015 at 7:48am
So, he was a glider pilot, huh? Whatever his reasons turn out to be, it’s quite clear at this point that this was intentional, so why couldn’t he have just gone up in a nice glider and silently and gracefully smashed himself to bits and left all of those other poor innocent people out of it???
 March 27, 2015 at 7:31am
Interesting possibilities there, AS. Maybe the Pakis and Saudis can help Israel deal with Iran while Lord Barry and Lurch play in their little sand box. Oh…and I didn’t watch Kelso’s little prank, either.
 March 26, 2015 at 8:15pm
He probably will, Monk, but only if he promises not to tell the real story of how the so-called “swap” went down.
I expect 0bama to commute his sentence on his final day in office. That final flip of his middle finger to those in uniform.
 March 26, 2015 at 8:09pm
Excellent suggestion Gary. You’re a great patriot, but don’t hold your breath. By the way, what is this “misbehavior before the enemy” stuff. They make it sound like he was caught masterbating! The fact is, he was providing aid and comfort to the enemy and giving up sensitive information that led to the deaths of fellow soldiers. Seems like they needed to minimize his offenses to cover up for the ridiculous deal they made to free five dangerous terrorists.
From what I've heard “misbehavior before the enemy” is worse than desertion and carriers up to a life in prison sentence.
And this is the first time I've ever heard of it.
He would've been better off if he were masterbating, than to turn his back on his unit, and as a result, on his country...
Hey, misbehaving gets you a life sentence ... who knew? Hell, I was in the Army and had no idea that when I was in jump school a few buddies in my stick probably could have faced multiple counts of 'misbehaving' on our off time! ;-)
"Misbeviour Before The Enemy":
MKF-Sounded like Berg mooned AQ or was flicking boogers at them.
monk-I agree with that, at least the soldiers knew who and where the enemy was.
RJJ-You are right,Sir. Good memory!
 March 25, 2015 at 8:20pm
Another excellent show, Glenn, and brilliant exposé. Well Grover, Glenn made the show free…any more excuses? Fact is, Glenn’s team and contributors dug up so much verifiable information that was absolutely indefensible.
MKFlyboy, Still wondering what the Glenn haters will have to say though.
He made his subscription show free; one with a much, much smaller audience. I find it very interesting that Beck is apparently so scared that he may not have the real truth, that he won't allow Grover on the same radio program as his accuser.
Grover wanted to see what was going to smack him in the face. And he pulled out.
You're a gullible fool. Norquist is a solid conservative and was working hard for the cause when Glenneth was running around drunk with a bag of weed in his purse and a greasy pony tail flopping around behind his thick skull. What Beck is doing now is EXACTLY what he was doing to the Saudi kid who was injured in the Boston Marathon blast. That little stunt will cost Beck millions and this smear campaign on a good conservative is something Beck will also pay dearly for. This response is more than reasonable:"No conservative should have to pay Glenn Beck to hear a grown up response to Frank Gaffney’s nonsense. Two weeks ago, March 11, Glenn had Frank Gaffney on his radio show for a lengthy interview in front of an audience of seven million Americans. Uncritically accepting Gaffney’s ten to fifteen year old nonsense, Glenn kept saying Grover was a “dangerous” and “bad” man. On the free public airwaves in front of seven million people, Glenn repeated Gaffney’s long discredited nonsense over the course of several shows. Never checking anything. Never reaching out to us for a reality check. And then, after repeating stuff from Gaffney over and over on the public airwaves, you invite Grover to a paid, subscription-only show with a different, and much smaller, audience. If you are now interested in the facts that dozens of reporters and most conservative leaders already know, the best way to proceed ......etc."
Grover is a certifiable liar. The only interesting thing to watch will be how he weaves the web of lies.
Liberals democrats should be praisng Glenn!!
Destroying Rove and Norquist two of the heads of the Rep party.
However, their hatred towards conservatives supersedes logic and common sense.
In other words the enemy of their enemy is not their friend, they're too dumb to recognize what's good for them
My guess is Grover will stomp the $#!+ out of Glenn's "exposé", and as is normally the case, you'll never hear about it on Glenn's show again... ever.
Just another in a long history of BS exposés and conspiracy fear-mongering... thankfully, all we need to do is look at the following to see what his modus operandi has been all along... it's just this time, he is being held accountable:
What the heck is the NRA waiting for? Grover should be permanently banned along with his entire staff. Evidence is clear! See, this is why I quit the NRA. They are a "reactionary" organization. They take forever to make decisions. Only after our rights are being attacked and lost do they fundraise. See California and New York for evidence. NRA should be on the forefront promoting gun ranges, promoting conceal carry, promoting family friendly workshops for anyone who has never fired a gun. But they don't do that. I'm not really sure what they do.
There is no honor anywhere in this equation. None.
Nice censorship Beck / TheBlaze
Why did you remove my posts about Grover?
I was only sharing information taken from RELIABLE sources.
What? Afraid it would make you look bad?
Wow... been a long time since I've seen so many bullschtein troll responses with the same links and bullet points - especially clinging onto little references like the whole radio vs. television thing. Must have been a big payday! Nice.
 March 25, 2015 at 11:12am
RJ- tap, tap, tap…….LOL!
I’m glad you [sort of] agreed with me. Now I just have two questions for you:
1) Exactly what is it you do for a living, or is THIS it???
2) Exactly how long will it take before that snort wears off….I could come back?
 March 25, 2015 at 10:37am
Roger that…you’re probably technically correct on the definition. I can’t get the picture out of my head of what Cruz is going through and about to experience being analogous to the bus Eastwood drove in “The Gauntlet” being mercilessly peppered with thousands of rounds of ammo.
 March 25, 2015 at 9:46am
Seriously, can you imagine all of this “sensitivity” and “social engineering” happening in ANY OTHER military in the world??? Only in America have the liberal progressive commies turned “common sense” into an oxymoron, obviously with the objective of wussifying and destroying the greatest military in the world.
We as a Nation are going to pay a very high price for all this someday.
March 25, 2015 at 9:30am
√ Like and ditto.
 March 25, 2015 at 9:27am
Zappy, Cruz has already shown that he can take any amount of abuse with professionalism and grace. You, on the other hand….
 March 25, 2015 at 8:48am
LOL…yes, there are plenty of “fiends” but I’m sure you meant to say “friends.”
 March 25, 2015 at 8:42am
Guys, that was just Megyn doing what Megyn does…that’s her job to hit everyone with tough questions and she performs that well. Cruz passed her gauntlet with flying colors…she really did him a big favor as far as I could see. I agree, glennpill, they aren’t going to get any easier.
MKFlyboy, Thanks for an open minded and sensible response. I am astounded by many who howl bloody murder when the MSM does puff pieces with politicians on the left and especially with 0bama as they did with Slick Willy before. Then get angry when a Fox personality actually asks inquisitive questions. Megyn has constantly refused to say anything about the way she votes so as not to inject herself into the story. Then so many on the left scream that she is unfair to their politicians, and now some on the right scream the same thing. If you demand "PUFF" pieces then make yourself a lefty. I for one want the difficult and inquisitive questions asked and I want to hear their answers and I also do not want the punches pulled because I happen to like a particular politician or candidate.
See Puff run...
There are tough questions and there are snarky questions. This one seems like the latter to me. But I am not a guy mesmerized by her hotness.
Friendlypersuasion, Funny that you should say that. Not a full minute ago I was just telling a friend that I don't care a wit if Megyn looked more like Candy Crowly. I am way too old and have been married for what seems like forever and a day now. I don't tune in to any show to act the fool over the looks of any woman. I was just telling Snow down below that those questions have to be asked and in no way seemed snarky to me. Heck, I was cheering through the interview last night. I refuse to make myself into a wannabe victim who only wants to be fed political pablum by a chosen interviewer. I can get that all day by watching the MSM interview those on the left. Furthermore, you and I are not the only ones watching this. There are the independents, and undecided who want to know how a "Ted Cruz" operates under pressure so they can make a sensible decision. I say, bring it on and I really, really like Ted for now.
√ Like and ditto.
Thank you. You can expect everyone around here to get their panties in a wad because one little negative thing said throws them into a tizzy
Gosh, RJ, a reasonable and non-crazy response! Are you one of the first blooms of the not-stupid party? Well, prepared to be mowed over by the rightwing radicals who'd rather rant than rule.
ThomPark, At least I am not the only one here. It seems some others feel the same way along with one particular friend here who I have been in email contact for most of the morning about this very subject. Mainly I am just an old fart who started off by voting for Nixon. For a few decades now I want to know more about our candidates, and in particular the one I most favor at a given moment. Otherwise, I can eat pure vanilla ice cream any time.
MKFlyboy: One thing you said bothers me. I can't get exactly what you meant to say in the second sentence. The words "gauntlet" and "gantlet" are often confused, due to their similarity in pronunciation and their metaphorical usage (they both are involved in challenges). If Megyn "threw down the gauntlet" to Ted, he may have picked it up, but he did not pass it. On the other hand, if she posed a number of difficult questions, all of which which he successfully answered, he "passed her gantlet." Either metaphor you meant to use, it was a great post, and I am not being critical, only quizzical.
RJ you've always impressed me by the way you don't buckle under conservative or libertarian fanaticism. The la la la la la I don't wanna hear anyone else's point of view conservatism. Or the Jesus candidate conservatism. Thanks!
DLV, Thanks, guess that I have seen so much and have now gotten to old too be bothered with it.
Roger that...you're probably technically correct on the definition. I can't get the picture out of my head of what Cruz is going through and about to experience being analogous to the bus Eastwood drove in "The Gauntlet" being mercilessly peppered with thousands of rounds of ammo.
MKFlyboy, Perfect analogy!
DLV, I really meant to add that i am by no means the only one who sees things that way. There are several more, and MKFlyboy is certainly one of them. You can make note of several others peppered through out the comments here. And by the way, that includes you too. Hang in there young man, you often remind me a lot of my son.
Sorry "thom". I don't want to be ruled by anybody. I want a representative republic.
And if it takes ranting to prevent rulers, then so be it.
March 25, 2015 at 7:51am
No need to keep repeating yourself, Grover. Everyone understood what you said perfectly…they just don’t happen to agree with it and I’m afraid that sounds like a personal issue to me. Perhaps a little introspection might help.
 March 25, 2015 at 6:56am
By the way, in case you missed it, after Glenn’s comment describing the GOP he apologized on his radio show yesterday to “Worms, Whores and Pirates.” LOL
 March 25, 2015 at 6:50am
The Word of the Day for Bill is “jackanapes,” and he’s correct…he IS a simple man. I respect his policy to avoid misinformation, but he is pretty slow at connecting the dots and I’m pretty disgusted with all the benefits of the doubts for Lord Barry.
 March 24, 2015 at 7:27pm
Slick Willie crashed through the door.
And why not, done it many times before?
Brought a knife to a gun fight…his judgment was poor!
Ole’ Slick Willie will rob us no more. (LOL)
In a Quint from Jaws voice:
Here on the floor lays Willie Amador
Been in trouble since the age of 24
Broke down a door… Looked into the gun bore
He’ll be beating down doors no more
Just knock me out you two, three door references.....
 March 24, 2015 at 6:58pm
Keep watching Ted and he will be…the dems hate him, the GOP hates him even more…he’s perfect!
 March 24, 2015 at 8:14am
I think you’ve just clarified the difference between reading with the intention to understand and reading with the intention to find fault. Note that in both circumstances, the responsibility lies solely upon the reader.