Buck Sexton and Glenn Beck During a Special Election Edition of the Glenn Beck Program Sunday (TheBlaze TV)
With Americans heading to the polls in less than 48 hours, a special election edition of the Glenn Beck Program aired on TheBlaze TV Sunday night.
"This is the most critical choice America has ever faced," Beck said in the show's opening. "We won't survive another four years of this."
The show examined the economic distress of the last four years, in addition to foreign policy failures of this administration that have come to the forefront of the national discussion in recent weeks.
While examining the stark choice of ideology Americans face between Obama and Republican Mitt Romney, Sunday's show pointed out how different each campaign views the purpose of voting. During a rally Friday, President Obama said "voting's the best the revenge."
The tough choice of words caught the attention of the Romney campaign which released an ad Sunday outlining the differences in the way each candidate views voting. While voting may be an act of revenge for Obama and his supporters, Romney said during a rally Friday and emphasized again in the ad; "I ask the American people to vote for love of country."
"The truth is very, very clear," Beck said after laying out the two visions for America presented by each candidate. "The president is on the wrong side of history."
Beck argued Sunday that Obama is the most anti-business president in over a half century, creating 11,327 pages of business-killing regulation in his first three years, while making ideological decisions like denying the keystone pipeline that cost America thousands of jobs.
To discuss the negative impact Obama's policies have had on business, Beck was joined on the show by Cato Institute President John Allison, former Ameritrade COO Pete Ricketts, Friess Associates Chairman Foster Friess, and CEO of the National Black Chamber of Commerce Harry Alford.
Sunday's show also put the spotlight on the decision America faces in regards to foreign policy and how each candidate wants to represent the United States on the world stage. Over the last few months we've been reminded of this administration's approach and response to crises abroad that threaten American lives. Along with not meeting the security concerns of Americans in Libya leading up to a deadly Sept.11 attack on a consulate in Benghazi, the Obama administration has failed to a present a clear representation of the facts in the subsequent investigation into what really happened.
"The president knows what he did and did not do, and the facts are not evolving," Beck said Sunday.
TheBlaze's national security editor Buck Sexton joined the show to discuss the timeline of events leading up to the Benghazi attack, the mixed-messages we have received from the administration trying to explain what really happened, and what has been discovered through investigations since September.
In addition to Libya, Beck and Sexton discussed the president's leadership during the Arab Spring and his approach to halting Iranian nuclear weapons development.