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Glenn Beck might move to Colorado if Tom Tancredo elected governor (VIDEO)

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While Tom Tancredo's campaign thinks the Denver Post is trying to drag John Hickenlooper's carcass over the finish line in the guv race, Tanc has honor rally organizer Glenn Beck in his corner. On his radio show, Beck recently declared that if Tancredo was elected, he might move to Colorado, adding that voting for Big Tom was essentially like voting for him. See progressive yakker Ed Shultz take on these two alleged "Halloweenies" in a clip from his MSNBC program on view below:

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