More and more, I'm convinced that Glenn Beck is simply not a cuckservative. A cuckservative, at least based on the impression I got from Vox Day's book, is someone who doesn't have the tenacity to stand up for his principles. He resigns himself to defeat, and lashes out at anyone who would fight or urge him to do likewise. He, for the most part, settles.
Glenn Beck doesn't strike me as a guy who's selling out his principles at all. Instead, he's what's better called 'a cocksucker'. Cocksuckers don't really have any principles to begin with, beyond always trying to claw their way upwards. Cuckservatives put up with a cheating spouse, grudgingly. Cocksuckers will outright pimp their spouses, and themselves if need be.
To see a little of what I mean:
“I understand why conservatives are suspicious of Silicon Valley,” Beck writes. “It can feel a lot like the main stream media. But I’ve told you many times that I feel at home in Silicon Valley. I love the energy.”
He then argues that Facebook’s employees, while socially liberal, want fewer government regulations:
These are people who want to innovate and disrupt, they want the government to stop regulating their businesses, they want small business to succeed, they value personal responsibility, etc. Why they are liberal? I don’t know, but in general, they’re not Progressives, at least not the folks I met with today (though I’m sure there were a few).Oh boy. They're very liberal, but they personally want less regulation applying to them.
No, this doesn't make them some kind of natural ally for the conservative. But it provides a damn fine opportunity for a cocksucker.