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Glenn Beck slams Olympic delegation as "nursery school stuff"

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Glenn Beck's latest mission appears to be to make it as clear as possible that he is committed to hating President Obama and everything he does no matter what.

Last week, Beck threw a fit because of the selfie photograph Obama took with David Cameron of Great Britain and Helle Thorning-Schmidt of Denmark at Nelson Mandela's memorial, which he called "out-of-control arrogant".

Today, Beck tore into Obama again, this time for not doing the out-of-control arrogant thing to do.

Specifically, Beck took issue with Obama's decision to send a presidential delegation (which includes several gay athletes) instead of attending himself. According to Beck, Obama is doing this because he's mad at Vladimir Putin "because he schooled you and embarrassed you on Syria."

Beck also called the delegation "nursery school stuff," declared that Putin "eats people like you for breakfast" and asserted that the entire nation of Russia is "mocking you and laughing at us."

Beck then proceeded to suggest that Obama should instead have shown up unannounced at the opening ceremonies flanked by two gay athletes.

Perhaps Beck would care to explain how showing up unannounced with a big gay entourage would be less "out-of-control arrogant" than taking a selfie.

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