Skip to comments.Are You A “Becker?”
Posted on 02/22/2010 1:04:12 PM PST by writer33
Do you feel the incessant need to blame Republicans for all the evil in the world? Do you breakdown into fits of crocodile tears? Do you constantly say that America must be unified to defeat Democrats when were already unified against the liberal agenda? Do you feel that a third party will solve all of Americas ills? If youve answered yes to any of the above questions, then youre likely a Becker.
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Sounds like Juan McAmnesty's agenda....
It does...doesn't it.
Beck doesn’t slam just Republicans, He slams the illness that has weaseled and infected both parties, especially the Democrats and especially the Republicans, that disease is called “Progressive”. It is important to root it out in the Republican party as the Democrat party is a lost cause and the patient is almost flat lines, there is still hope to save the elephant, but you HAVE to attack the Illness aggressively because we are slipping away quickly into that European socialist good night....
Actually, I like Beck. :)
Yep, I’m a Becker.
BTW, I’ve never heard Beck advocating a third party.
It’s fun to see all of the ebstalishment types whine.
Must be painful to see the conservative agenda actually being advanced.
Better a “Becker” than a Checkered Pants RINO.
Wrong Buzzard Breath. I believe we are infiltrated and infested with Communists and Progressives in both parties. 99% in Democrats and a fair percent of RINOS. Beck does not want a 3rd party. He wants to retake the Republicans and oust the RINOS.
Ouch. One of my favorite FReepers now being removed from the ping list. LOL!
I don't hate Beck, but CPAC went way overboard when America is more awake now than it has ever been. Continuing to point fingers at Republicans isn't helping anymore when the people of the various states are selecting conservatives on their own. Christie, Rubio, etc...all doing well.
I have never watched Beck’s show on Fox, although I have seen some clips on Youtube, and I saw the CPAC speech the other night (because he was on after Coulter :) ... I never got the impression Beck was a third party sort though. He did give the Republicans hell in that speech, but I happen to agree with it. Either the Republicans have been too gutless to fight for the principles they espouse, or they are so busy “reaching across the aisle” that the Democrat agenda makes its way into law anyway. The thing he said about “It not enough just to suck less than the other party” was exactly right.
But I didn’t hear him say anything about a 3rd party.
This is absolutely the worst kind of muddled thinking and grade-school playground debate tactics that I could imagine. Rather than address the criticisms that Beck asserts regarding the Republican Party, the author (presumably you), makes up a silly term like “Becker”, and uses that term to trivialize and ridicule anyone who is fed up with liberalism in the Republican Party. This is exactly the kind of thing I would expect from some idiot yahoo in the leftwing MSM, but someone who calls himself conservative should know better. Congratulations for using childish Alinsky tactics on your own allies. It’s a lot easier than thinking.
Why don’t you go read the entire piece, because I’ve sorced Beck advocating a third party. Wake up, “Becker!”
I disagree with the crocodile tears thing as well; I like Beck because I believe he is genuine. I tend to choke up when discussing the founders or even listening to Ronald Reagan at times. Do you think Bush was faking all of those tears?
I prefer the term Glenbeckian.
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I’ve sourced where Beck says he is leaning towards third party. Feel free to read the entire piece.
I prefer the term “Beckerhead”
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