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—  Glenn Beck, 2010s, 2011, 2011-02-23 Glenn Beck Television Fox News 2011-02-24 Beck: "We Have A President Who Apparently Loves Instability and Revolution" 2011-02-23 Media Matters for America http://mediamatters.org/mmtv/201102230041 2011-02-24
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