Second District candidate Chris Stewart touted a pre-convention interview with his good buddy and occassional collaborator Glenn Beck on Beck's GBTV.
• Glenn tells his good friend that he's a terrible politician;
• Glenn is concerned about his buddy losing his soul, because in Washington "they gobble souls." Stewart's wife is also worried about Stewart losing his soul;
• Stewart says this election is the most important since 1860 -- when Abraham Lincoln was elected -- and if President Barack Obama is re-elected, the country will never be able to recover;
• The nation is on the brink of "national suicide" because of debt.
Beck's big finish: "Please don't vote for him because I don't want my friend going to Washington."
Not stated, but obvious: We. Surround. Them.
You can watch the whole interview here:
-- Robert Gehrke
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