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Massa on the Glenn Beck show: the videos

In case you missed former representative Eric Massa's appearance on Glenn Beck on Tuesday, here are the video excerpts released by Fox News. A transcript of their remarkable exchange can also be read on the site.

Massa: 'I Own This Misbehavior' (17:56 minutes):

Massa: 'Rahm Emanuel Hates Me' (8:80 minutes):

Massa: 'It's Called Whipping' (3:60 minutes):

Massa: 'Emanuel Is Very Good at Making Enemies' (3:33 minutes):

By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  March 10, 2010; 10:58 AM ET
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Beck was had. He actually thought that a washington insider was going to spill the beans about what actually goes on inside the Capitol Dome. Every man and woman elected to office plays the game to some extent. It is so corrupt that any attempt by any politician to expose it will find them on the same bench they found Vince Foster. The public and the people like Beck can speculate on the inner circle goings on, but we will never have the whole story or even part of it confirmed. The day that happens is the day the "people" once again have the power recognized by the constitution. The scariest thing of all is that during this administration, the elite of DC are so secure in their power they are openly buying votes with taxpayer money. SICK!!!!!!

Posted by: scerdopa | March 13, 2010 11:07 PM | Report abuse

On Glenn Beck's interview, I felt like he should have allowed Congressman Massa to tell his whole story in the way he wanted to tell it, and allow him to make the points he wanted to make, then, ask questions about his statements after he was finished. Instead, Beck ended up with a convoluted interview, with neither man satisfied. I'm not sure what Beck was after, and I don't believe Massa knew either. The congressman needs to be interviewed where he can tell his story [maybe he will need to write a book]; but I definitely feel he has a lot to say about the inner workings of our government. On a gut level, I think Massa is a decent person, but in these turbulent times, I think a decent person in Washington, is a salmon perpetually swimming upstream.

Posted by: katsken | March 11, 2010 9:12 AM | Report abuse

If Beck had this guy on every night, he'd almost sound rational (by comparison). To be honest, I'm worried for Massa's mental stability.

Posted by: sjohnston1 | March 10, 2010 9:44 PM | Report abuse

Too funny. Two psychos babbling with each other about tickling.

Posted by: revbookburn | March 10, 2010 8:15 PM | Report abuse

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