Mediate headlined their story with the phrase 'Individuals vs. the George Soros machine.' That seems about right:
Glenn Beck spent part of the week in Rome, talking to cardinals at the Vatican and uniting global Tea Party leaders.
On The Factor tonight, he told Bill O’Reilly he was up to building a global coalition, one he hoped to be of “individuals against the machine [George Soros] is trying to build.
After some banter on New York’s Cardinal Dolan (with O’Reilly joking that “I’m the biggest sinner in the world and you have to put up with me because I was baptized”), Beck got to describing the work of small government “Tea Party” groups across the world. “There were people from Georgia, Bosnia, Germany, London,” he noted, arguing that “the left is united around the world, and it is time for those who want freedom, faith, and justice for all.” He added that many places around the world lacked a small-government tradition.