When are 'best wishes' not really the best kind of wishes?

When they're from Glenn Beck, towards two people who make fun of him nearly every night on TV.

Beck on Tuesday offered his congratulations and wishes for success to Comedy Central's political satirists Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, who announced late last week that they will hold two separate rallies on the National Mall Oct. 30. Rallies which, taken together, amount to thinly veiled parodies of Beck's Aug. 28 "Restoring Honor" rally. 

Stewart’s rally will be called the “Rally to Restore Sanity,” while Colbert will hold the  “March to Keep Fear Alive.”

Beck on Tuesday looped the comedians in with MSNBC liberal political commentator Ed Schultz and the labor union AFL-CIO, saying, "8/28 was a historic event for a lot of Americans. I hope that Ed Schultz, the AFL-CIO, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and whoever else wants to plan a march in DC have the same great success that we had with 'Restoring Honor.'"

Schultz has said before that he could draw a larger crowd than Beck did last month, which CBS estimates at 87,000.

If Facebook is any indication, Stewart and Colbert may be on track to meet Beck's numbers. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 117,000 people have replied that they'll be attending the Rally to Restore Sanity.

According to organizers, the rally is "for the people who think shouting is annoying, counterproductive, and terrible for your throat; who feel that the loudest voices shouldn't be the only ones that get heard; and who believe that the only time it's appropriate to draw a Hitler mustache on someone is when that person is actually Hitler. Or Charlie Chaplin in certain roles."