Football coach Bill Walsh came up with a remarkable strategy in 1973 to beat other teams: "We need to put the ball where the other team isn't."
Glenn Beck used this revelation and the trusty "Glenn" chalk board to explain that Americans are tired of constantly pounding each other about issues.
He said we need to stop playing to the extremists, because most people are "tired of hating their neighbor." The Left has overplayed their hand of outrage cards. The right needs to throw the "ball" somewhere else to win.