Here’s a story idea: Glenn Beck is a superhero (stay with me) and the theme park that he’s building is going to be his headquarters. He’s out to save America not only by fighting its enemies directly, but by informing people of the hidden enemies within. Now, hold on, here’s the catch. See, Beck is often criticized for his revisionist views of history, where verifiable facts seen twisted and distorted to fit a particular agenda. Except that Superhero Beck is actually from an alternate reality where things did happen the way he says they did, and there are sinister people with hidden agendas trying to manipulate society. How he got to our reality is unknown, but he’s actually seen these things happen, and he’s operating on the assumption that was was true on his Earth is equally true here.
Now, remove Beck’s name if it makes you uncomfortable, file off the serial numbers and make it an original character. Imagine how this character would be written by Grant Morrison or Warren Ellis. We’re left with a guy who’s really sincere in his beliefs and absolutely trying to save the world. Unfortunately, he’s in the wrong reality, with the wrong facts, and he ends up as an unwitting supervillain. There’s a lot of potential for interesting stories in there.