Beck: I don’t think I’m electable
Author and TV host Glenn Beck denied he has any aspirations of running for office during an interview on “Fox News Sunday” the day after his Restore Honor rally attracted scores to Washington.When asked if the rally would prompt him to consider seeking election, perhaps as the running mate of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Beck said there was no chance that he will run.
“I don’t know what Sarah is doing but I hope to be on vacation. I have no desire to be president,” Beck said. “I don’t think I’d be electable. There are too many people who are far smarter than me.”Beck said he would like to find someone with honor and integrity to serve as president, but he hasn’t seen such a candidate yet. He also dismissed the idea that simply being able to draw a large crowd qualifies someone to lead the country.”If that’s the case then we should elect Billy Graham or Paul McCartney.
That’s not how we should be looking for a president,” Beck said. “We should be looking for people with the right ideas.”"My feeling is the country is in trouble, both parties have sold their souls,” he added, arguing the country should try “turning back to God” as recommended by the Founding Fathers.Excerpt Read more at thehill.com …