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Rated NR · 120 min. · 2012

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When you think of the great presidential debates throughout history, there's Lincoln and Douglas in 1858, Kennedy and Nixon in 1960, and Glenn Beck in his new live comedy stage show, TheBlaze Presents Glenn Beck Unelectable 2012. In this mock debate, Glenn squares off against Brian Sack, host of The B.S. of A., the sketch comedy show that airs on Glenn's GBTV online network. The "debate" is moderated by Jack Helmuth and Matt Fisher, two writer/performers from The B.S. of A. who play the perfect lefty foils to Glenn's pain spoken, common sense platform and Brian Sack's "say anything to get elected" character. This show's message is unbelievably timely. In addition to the comedy (that's perfect for every member of the family), a Glenn Beck stage show wouldn't be complete without a few words of inspiration-the show ends with an address from Glenn that will have the audience on their feet, entertained, enlightened and filled with hope. All in all, it's an evening that is full of everything you love about Glenn Beck-honesty, passion, and lots and lots of comedy. Don't miss the all-new TheBlaze Presents Glenn Beck Unelectable 2012. With Election Day this close; you might as well laugh before you cry!

Official Site: www.glennbeck.com/tour/unelectable2
Cast: Glenn Beck

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