Glen Beck got a full turn out of listeners, with his ability to draw a crowd. The message he preaches is a little scary tho, in wanting to roll his crowd up in religion. He doesn't explain which god he is referring to, an arrogant flaw in Christians that take it for granted they have the only god, and all other gods are wrong. And it is doubtful either Beck or Palin are Christians when they saddle themselves to the republican party of degenerates and misfits who hold no Christian values. If there every was a idol jesus (I see no proof there was), they surely do not walk in his foot steps. Beck sees his god beyond imagination. That must be fantasyland, or never never land, somewhere beyond dreamland, believability and the Twilight Zone. And he wants to bring his political god into his republican cult of misfits. It won't be an idol jesus, because his claim to fame was helping the poor and down trodden, giving of one's self, community and socialistic pronouncements and behavior. So it really does get scary trying to ID what god he was talking about. Maybe it is the Muslim terrorist god, or Hitler god. Whatever god, media isn't doing their investigative work on Beck to shed light into this rare republican phenomenon. The Christian god says put no other god before him, so Beck can't be talking about a christian god. Here are a few lines referring to Beck's Twilight god. The organizer, Fox TV host Glenn Beck, who invited listeners to the U.S. capital to "restore America's honor. Beck and the Republican 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, both darlings of the Tea Party, urged a return to what they said were traditional American values of service to others and a belief in God. "Something beyond imagination is happening," Beck declared. "America today begins to turn back to God."