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Glenn Beck Says His New Teabagger Clothing Line Will Rebuild America: VIDEO


Glenn Beck is introducing a charity-geared new clothing line, 1791, that he claims will spark a revolution in 'Made in America' manufacturing. He cites Paul Newman as his model.

Think Progress writes:

The clothes are basically J. Crew-meets-Ed Hardy-by-way-of-Etsy. There are lots of polo shirts and fleeces (interestingly, no women’s apparel) with radiant hearts, snakes, and skulls-and-crossbones declaring “Death to Tyranny.”

Check out the totally over-the-top promo, AFTER THE JUMP...

(via andrew sullivan)

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  1. BS

    it will all be made by child labor in some 3rd world country

    Posted by: say what | Oct 12, 2011 12:29:27 PM

  2. Haha! At first I thought it said MERI. "Hey, Marriage Equality Rhode Island is really ramping up their efforts!"

    Posted by: K | Oct 12, 2011 12:32:14 PM

  3. Paul Newman is rolling in his grave.

    Posted by: Gregoire | Oct 12, 2011 12:34:25 PM

  4. The idealism of this is straight out of the naive 1950s.

    Posted by: Joe | Oct 12, 2011 12:44:46 PM

  5. There should be a law against people like him using the good deeds of others to swindle the stupid.

    Posted by: Jeff | Oct 12, 2011 12:50:26 PM

  6. Fine with me, as long as the shirts have strait jacket sleeves.

    Posted by: Jack M | Oct 12, 2011 1:03:46 PM

  7. Any bets on what the largest size they will offer these styles in?

    Posted by: NoSleep4Sam | Oct 12, 2011 1:08:51 PM

  8. Oh Glenn, honey. You're OUT. Auf Wiederschein!

    Posted by: wtf | Oct 12, 2011 1:44:37 PM

  9. "J. Crew-meets-Ed Hardy-by-way-of-Etsy"

    Sounds like a hot mess designed by a committee, the majority of which are not designers or fashion professionals.

    Posted by: Spudger | Oct 12, 2011 1:58:51 PM

  10. typical beckian bloat, but i'm very ok with this

    it's clever and will probably do well

    Posted by: gomez | Oct 12, 2011 2:23:04 PM

  11. I am probably totally reading waaaaay too much into this... But I find it interesting that someone who hates our current president so much would use the slogan "death to tyranny." John Wilkes Booth's famous last words before putting a bullet in Lincoln's head was "Sic semper tyrannis," often and commonly mistranslated into "death to tyrants." I feel as though he is trying to send an undercover message or give a wink to the right-wing extremists to which he caters. IDK, I may be crazy...

    Posted by: cdubois | Oct 12, 2011 3:03:09 PM

  12. wow, and here I though Becky had finally given up when so few showed for his last event and he said "I won't talk to you right now. I don't care anymore."

    Guess He'll be into designing clothes and fashion now.

    Posted by: Cocoamonk | Oct 12, 2011 4:28:13 PM

  13. Wow. His ego knows no bounds.

    First, yes, other countries (including other American countries) DID offer aid when the US needed it, and much of that aid was refused or ignored.

    Second, no amount of poor-quality clothing is going to save the US. On the other hand, we can gloat that the Beckians are falling victim to the same "buy something for charity" syndrome that has neutered other movements.

    Posted by: Randy | Oct 12, 2011 8:39:24 PM

  14. You people are absolutely ignorant and non-informed! Your comments are so stupid and pathetic, they show how little you do know about Beck. How about actually listen to him, check his facts, then come back to the discussion.

    Posted by: jamie | Jan 9, 2013 12:42:03 AM

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