Recovering alcoholic Glenn Beck has somehow managed to get us all hooked on the emotional, often religion-heavy 12 steps of an "Alcoholics Anonymous playbook," writes Kathleen Parker in the Washington Post. "Addiction has been a defining part" of Beck's life, and "recovery is a process inseparable" from the Beck program and from the "Beckapalooza" he staged in DC, notes Parker. "His emotional, public breakdowns are replicated in AA meetings in towns and cities every day. Taking others along for the ride—aka evangelism—is also part of the cure."
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