Here's video of Glenn Beck's keynote speech Saturday. I watched it on C-SPAN, and decided not to write until I had some time to think about it. I needed that time, because it is hard to think about what Beck says when you see him saying it. He is quite a visually arresting (and distracting) spectacle -- sweating excessively, shifting into different voices as if he hears them in his head actually speaking to him, working the blackboard like a religious broadcaster from 1950's television (Think: Fulton J. Sheen, the Catholic bishop and broadcaster on the old Dumont network.).