Skip to comments.The Success of the Beck Rally
Posted on 08/31/2010 6:59:43 AM PDT by MarkLevinFan
I love watching Glenn Beck on TV.
Day winding down, he makes so many good points. As someone who has spent a lifetime studying history, been there in government and politics, I find it great to watch Becks particular insistence on educating Americans about real history that has gone missing. Having long ago learned first hand the progressive-race connection, for example, by having lived for a couple years in Woodrow Wilsons hometown, I am stunned to see someone have the wit and the chops to detail this particularly disturbing history of Americas progressive president on popular television.
So I watched the rally on C-SPAN.
And you know what? (He says gently )
I was elated and concerned.
(Excerpt) Read more at spectator.org ...
This article seems to be more about Mark Levin than Glenn Beck.
Its to be expected. They’re media people which means they both have big honkin egos.
Successful Beck is still Beck!
And that’s missing a lot...
After reading his piece, I think that the muddle is in Jeffery Lord’s mind. He must not watch Glenn as much as he claims, or else he is really dense.
Very good article by Jeffrey Lord. Thanks for posting.
Re Beck Bashes The South!
Why I Don’t Trvst Glenn Beck...
Devvy...on the recent GB Rally...
I think we can all agree that the Beck rally in DC on Saturday has put “the fear of God” and “the fear of We The People waking up” into every politician in this nation. Politicians that don’t realize the reality of what happened this past Saturday in DC do so because of their arrogance.
I feel that Beck’s call for us to return to our founding principles highlights the morale decay that is in 98% of the politicians in this country. These arrogant, power-hungry, amoral politicians have sold their souls to Satan. They have sought to destroy our country and to steal our freedom because of their own greed. These Elitist politicians are consumed by their quest for political power at any cost.
May these soulless, Godless, anti-American politicians be thrown out in November and the rest sent home in disgrace in 2012. You know all their names; keep a list and may they be disgraced for eternity.
You could make the claim Lincoln did too in a way..lol
Good points to remember - including those with historical markers.
Did you read the article on Best of the Web, “Oikophobia”? That’s what Obama and Hillary are about, open borders, extermination of all nationalism, national history and culture. Read it, it’s a very important article. I was thinking about it last night as we watched Hillary condemning Arizona in Ecuador, and reporting Arizona to the UN human rights commission for wanting to enforce our borders and our laws. The left wants to create a One America, similar to the European Union.
Oikophobia is the opposite of xenophobia, it mean hatred or fear of ones own culture.
Behave now, in Beck’s world up is down and MLK was actually an equivalent of Magnus you know.
Nuts but many here lap it up.
No one bothers to read what King actually said or wrote....beyond the flowery Obama like prose that appeals to everyone...but which was not originally his anyhow.
Becks’ rally is a feminine minded version of Promise Keepers. Basically in terms telling a bunch of white women how good they are for loving MLK (he of FBI tape fame). Beck will flame out once the media goes 24/7 with the racist canard and Becks female following gets tired of playing Miss Jellaby and getting no feel good rhetoric except from Beck.
And, where is Beck on Truthrs, Birthers, FEMA Camps, etc, etc.
Not only does he disagree on these issues, ( or does he in fact)he actually actively campaigns against Patriots who question these authentic issues...why?...his masters at FauxNoose (and/or) elsewhere) command him to?
thank God for another reasonable voice...Beck is like Oprah for what culture war types who can’t handle the left anymore...which is exactly what Beck is....he only stopped being a liberal after aged 40...
i cannot believe how freepers fall for Beck’s myths and hucksterism
sure Beck says a few things right...I’ve got two of his books myself
but his race junk is pandering just the same and very very historically inaccurate on some key points especially about King
anyone who thinks the US experience has to be always viewed through the prism of race is wrong and that excuse is just cover for blaming whitey
King, Abernathy, John Lewis, Bond, Andrew Young, Jesse, and so forth...the only one from that era who resists that is Roy Innis
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