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C-SPAN has the full video of Glenn Beck speaking at CPAC 2010. His chalkboard got a standing ovation.
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Posted by James Wigderson on Saturday, February 20, 2010 at 6:35 pm Filed under Library & Pub · Tagged with CPAC, Glenn Beck
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Glen Beck’s speech given at CPAC should be shown in every classroom in America – 6th grade through college. This is the history lesson almost all students do not receive. This speech should also be played in the halls of congress, over and over again. Some will never “get-it” but most elected officials just need to be reminded why they are there and who they work for.
If someone really wants to comprehend the U.S. Constitution, they should utilize the expertise of the source of the post about the UC Irvine speech, Alan Dershowitz, someone who’s truly qualified to analyze the Constitution, in comparison to the ramblings of Beck.
beck is a hate salesman. Fear always sell. Do you ever notice the right never gives any solutions….
Do you really think the youth of America would listen to Alan Dershowitz analyze the Constitution?
The “ramblings of Beck” Mr. Sam Adams, are the simple truth that us good-ol-American’s understand. It is going back to the template of George Washington (his birthday today) and those that formed this most sound and practical way to have just enough government to keep us safe and then GET OUT OF THE WAY! Both parties have redesigned the orginial and just keep thinking Washington (not Geo.) can take over control of our country – bit by bit.
The youth of this country – unfortunately, need to learn in a more entertaining way. A half hour of Beck would sure be more fun than the quite dull Dershowitz……..who is so LEFT, he does not know what the U.S. Constitution stands for. God help us if we had to be taught by this warped-thinking individual.
Coors lite – (you have aptly revealed your mushie brain thinking and reason for that type of thinking – too much Coors. Beck knew he had a problem and gave up Coors. Beck gave many solutions to improve our country – stop spending the peoples monies and cut taxes. No more “bail-outs” for ANYONE! Ya just don’t listen do ya (I am sure your mother told you that) and you just didn’t quite get the hang of listening to what others say and read history books that tell the truth (not the kind of lessons about history most of our kids are getting in school today). Sober-up! Beck gave you a most complete and accurate history lesson last Saturday. You probably could not even name all the presidents we have had since 1900 to now – right? See, your Mom was right – ya just don’t pay attention.
How did Glenn Beck become so smart? Where did he learn these things?
By educating himself. By going to the public library. Where the books are free. Except they aren’t free. They are paid for with taxes, levied on the tax payers, by progressives. This is what the cancer that is progressives do: they take your money and use it to build “public good” projects like libraries where the sorts of people like Glenn Beck can “educate” themselves on your dime.
They must be stopped.
Glenn Beck is a true genius with his finger on the pulse of America. . .the real America. . .not the other America, the progressive America. Those elitest don’t have the slightest clue about real American history.
It seems as though Beck is saying is that progressives are bad. Progressivism is bad. Progressing in general is bad. The implication is the he would prefer to regress. Ergo:
I am a woman. I shouldn’t vote, attend school, speak in public, or have a job. My husband should not do these things either. .. he’s black. We should not be married.
Only white, land-owning males who are 25 should vote.
Special needs people should not be educated.
We certainly shouldn’t receive equal pay for equal work.
Instead of showing Glenn Beck’s speach in public schools (as one historically savvy person noted) we should outlaw public schools–they’re progressive and communist AND the concept comes from Europe.
Mentally ill people should be put in prison.
Close the orphanages, let the children beg, and toss them into prison. Make sure they get the same sentence as would an adult.
When I have an injury I should attribute it to a toad living in my stomach and send for a barber to get a good bleeding.
We should close our national parks and use them for kindling.
We should go back to riding horses and carriages. . . cars are too progressive, but if we keep them there should be no rules to govern their usage.
Monopolies should not be discouraged. What could be better than a world in which there is only one power company which can charge whatever it wants?
Minimum wage should be done away with. Let children do the work when the schools are closed and the factories reopen. They think $2 a day is a lot of money, and they’ll enjoy standing for 14 hours without safety equipment because job safety is progressive nonsense for wimps who don’t know the benefit of hard work. Did my father whine about breathing in asbestos for 10 years? No, if he hadn’t died in horrible, agonizing pain 15 years ago, he would say that safety standards are for progressive wimps.
Beck told the crowd at his American Revival meeting in Salt Lake City that he’d been diagnosed with macular dystrophy.
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