Well, we knew Glenn Beck would have some kind of response to James Cameron‘s lash out Tuesday (March 23) at the “Avatar” DVD release junket. Turns out Beck went with the I-can’t-believe-you’re-still-thinking-about-that approach.
Beck apparently started this feud between the far, far left and far, far right back in 2007 when he called Cameron the “anti-Christ” on his Headline News show. Cameron chose Tueday’s press junket to call Beck a “f***ing a**hole,” a “madman” and “dangerous.” For his on-air rebuttal during his program, Beck donned 3-D glasses and said his anti-Christ remark was just a joke for subjecting the world to Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” and then added:
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