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Beck Literally Runs & Screams After Hearing Romney Is Considering Pawlenty as VP: 'You Will Lose!

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Glenn Beck literally got out of his seat and started screaming after hearing the news that Mitt Romney is seriously considering former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty as vice president.

According to the New York Times, Romney's friends believe the Republican candidate has already made his decision and could announce his choice as soon as this week.

"So what you want is a ticket with both a Massachusetts 'conservative,' and a Minnesota 'conservative'?" Beck asked incredulously.

"Romney," he added: "you will lose."

Watch the hilarious and somewhat startling clip, below:

Beck overruled some of the stated benefits of Pawlenty, like that he is perceived as "moderate" and won't commit any major gaffes, arguing: "We just elected the most liberal man to ever be in the Senate of the United States, and then he did 'Mr. Hair Plug' [Joe Biden]...are you kidding me?"

"The good thing about Mitt Romney is, he doesn't make mistakes...he will never say anything that will embarrass us...he is a man of character...the bad thing about Mitt Romney is, he is afraid of his own shadow!  He is afraid of being bold...be bold, Mitt!  These times call for bold action, and if you put another liberal...already nobody trusts that you are conservative," Beck explained.

"Please, please Mitt, don't put somebody else on the ticket that, you know, loved global warming.  I've talked to Tim Pawlenty, I believe him.  He had to do the things he had to do for Minnesota, and you had to do the things you had to do for Massachusetts," Beck continued, before adding: "Give me somebody who did the right thing somewhere."

"Pick somebody else vanilla from some place else that actually has a spine!" Beck said in response to claims that pollsters probably see Pawlenty as a safe alternative after Sarah Palin.

The discussion on Pawlenty follows a similar one from Friday, when Beck and his radio crew discussed the rumors of Condi Rice joining the ticket:

Do you think Glenn Beck is right? How do you feel about the news that Mitt Romney could pick Tim Pawlenty as his running-mate?

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