Posts Tagged ‘Glenn Beck’

Front page on CNN: Glenn Beck: Warning Signs Missed On Economy.

Glenn has been going to great strides to encourage people to get out of debt, stop making stupid mortgage decisions like buying homes you can’t afford. Also, he and his family are encouraging people to buy up dry goods due to the considerable possibility that prices are going to continue to go up. He also says that bandaid policies aren’t going to help that we really need to go after our massive income taxes – currently we are rated 2nd in the world for highest taxes and rapidly heading to the number one spot.

Think about it as a series of waves heading toward the beach, with each one representing a different area of trouble. There’s one for slowing consumer spending (American Express said that spending among its affluent clients slowed for the first time since 2001); one for inflation (wholesale and consumer prices recently posted their largest increases in 26 and 17 years, respectively); and one for the continuing credit crunch (Citigroup recently announced its fourth-quarter loss was the largest in its 196-year history).

You can read and watch more about David Walker on U.S. Heading For Financial Trouble on CBSNews. “An Avalanche is Coming.”

“I would argue that the most serious threat to the United States is not someone hiding in a cave in Afghanistan or Pakistan but our own fiscal irresponsibility,” Walker tells Kroft.

“You know the American people, I tell you, they are absolutely starved for two things: the truth, and leadership,” Walker says.

“What’s going on right now is we’re spending more money than we make…we’re charging it to credit card…and expecting our grandchildren to pay for it. And that’s absolutely outrageous,” he told the editorial board of the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

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Some stuff from the Glenn Beck program today interviewing David Walker:

” If our governmnent was a business it would be out of business.” The U.S.’s credit rating is crashing which means our country has bad credit and can expect to to have to borrow at higher interest rates. This basically means that our nation’s credit cards are maxed out. We could make changes to correct our course. Deficit spending is out of control and Washington MUST stop it’s spending. Medicare RX drugs is the most fiscally irresponsible costing us $8 trillion. $53 trillion is like each home owing $440,000 debt in addition to all the other debt that each household has. You could take all the income of the country and still not afford what is coming. This debt is about 90% of all income of every American – including Bill Gates.

Must bring back tough budget controls and no constraint since 2002. Must reform SSI. Dramatic health-care installments. We have promised $34 trillion more than we can currently afford. Reform social security, raise taxes. Taxes would have to be raised today by $11,000 per household to repair the damage. Currently 18% to 30% tax rate transformed to a consumptions tax instead of payroll which is already burdened. We have a 5 – 10 year maximum to reform ourselves otherwise by then, foreign players will lose their appetite for giving us money which will have no worth.

Candidates must start talking about it and this is VITAL for the burden of the next president. This has to be one of THE most important issues our candidates must face head on. They need to commit and admit that this is a big problem must addressed and must endorse a bipartisan committee to make it one of the most important issues of the next term. And by the way, no issues can be taking off the butcher table even Social Security. In a few years, we will have a 2:1 ration of people paying and receiving SSI. Clearly, there is no way that one person can retire and live off of the contributions of two people. As Glenn would say, “America needs to WAKE UP!!!!”

Mitt Romney also came on today’s program and is clearly the most amazing economic candidate we have. He has the experience to clean up the mess in Washington. Huckabee and McCain are big government folks. Good luck Mitt in the coming week, and we’re all rooting for you.

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Well it’s no surprise to anyone. From Drudge:

Higher costs for energy and food last year pushed inflation up by the largest amount in 17 years, even though prices generally remained tame outside of those two areas.

I know that Rush is really having a hard time with this. He just doesn’t want to have to escort us down the dreary road of a recession. Glenn Beck on the other hand is convinced this is the next Armageddon – or at least pretty close. I kinda think that Glenn is more on target. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Shadow Stats to get the real truth on the economy, now is a good time. Basically the bunk you hear about from most politicians and the MSM are spewing stats that the government decided to inflate to make things look more hunky dory. They actually leave out energy and food from their ratings. So what actually going on is much worse. Compounded is the worthless dollar. Gold has soared to $800 or so in the last few weeks.

Americans are in massive debt and America itself is in massive debt. The cranks and levers to fix it are maxed out. ABC news reports that the Fed may be dropping interest rates another .05% but that the effects may not be “felt for months.” The dollar is sinking fast and at any point in time, China or someone else, could dump dollars into our economy shifting London to become the new Wall street. What was even more pathetic is that our President was begging for more oil from the Saudi’s this week and was refused. Can you say that we are d-e-s-e-p-e-r-a-t-e?

One argument Rush uses, and I don’t know which report it is, says that the middle class is shrinking presumably because the middle class are “moving up” in the world. Maybe, but the stats are listing by “household”. I have yet to hear anyone say this out loud but it is simply because our whole economy is based on at least two people per household are bringing in money.

So what about those of us who are living on one income, doing all the right stuff, home schooling, and all the other duties and responsibilities of being a CFO (Chief Family Officer) living under the 100K black line. This is THE segment of the population that IS hurting. We don’t admit it because we are boldly going where few people dare to tread. Living on one income to stay home and actually raise children ourselves is now one of those rare oddities. I look at it as the fine art of nurturing souls. And it seems to be paying off one of mine (10 years old) studies Real Clear Politics every day (PS2 on the weekends) but at this rate he’s either going to become a statistician like his uncle or he’s going to run for president.

So what would be a more accurate description is that the real families of America are biting the bullet of unbelievable financial sacrifice to raise their own children to be the future of America. Financially we all know the death grip is only going to squeeze tighter. But I can tell you that the people who have chosen to staunchly fight against what feels like every effort in the world to destroy the family are willing to pay that price.

So Rush, there might be one factor you might be missing is that there are many noble families stalwartly living the American Dream of Dad off to work and the boys wrestling in living rooms, chasing the dog around the house who’s stealing toilet paper and turn on talk radio every second they can to listen to you and Glenn and Sean, and of course, whine about getting their school work done. And mom doesn’t make a dime in all of it.

Here’s some more things to take a look at:

Can Your Personal Finances Survive a Recession?

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From Jonah Goldberg:

Conservatism’s buzz-kill

…The problem is that conservatism, even Reagan’s brand, wasn’t as popular as we often remember it. Government spending continued to increase under Reagan, albeit a bit more slowly. Today, the U.S. population is 30% larger but government spending is 84% greater (adjusting for inflation) than it was when Reagan delivered his 1981 inaugural address. That was the speech in which he declared: “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem,” and vowed to “curb the size and influence of the federal establishment.”

Liberals have an inherent advantage. As long as they promise incremental, “pragmatic” expansions of the government, voters generally give them a pass. And every new expansion since FDR and the New Deal has created a constituency for continued government largesse.

If Hillary Clinton promised to socialize medicine — which, let the record show, she has attempted to do in the past — she would lose. But her current campaign promise to simply expand coverage sounds reasonable enough — even though there’s no reason to think she’ll stop pushing for a national single-payer healthcare system (a.k.a. socialized medicine).

…”Liberals sell the welfare state one brick at a time, deflecting inquiries about the size and cost of the palace they’re building,” writes William Voegeli in an illuminating essay, “The Trouble with Limited Government,” in the current issue of the Claremont Review of Books.

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Liberal Fascism by Jonah Goldberg

Also see: Glenn’s Recommended Reading List

Glenn Beck talks more about the great importance of this book – read complete transcript here:

I’m curious about something and I’ve been curious on this one thing and it is a way for me to be able to afford the research that would have to go into it. And one of those books was on — I said, what was it, about six months ago I don’t believe that the communist party ever went away. I don’t believe that Russia actually collapsed. I think they all went in hiding. I don’t think that after we had the situation with McCarthy that those communists just went away. We just stopped looking for them. What happened to all of them? Where did they all go? And so what I’ve wanted to do is fund the research to be able to track them. How did it happen? When did it start? When did it come here? How did it go underground? Part of the reason why I wanted to do it is because Amity Shlaes’ book called The Forgotten Man. It shows some of the beginning, the Progressive movement that Hillary Clinton is talking about. “Well, I like to consider myself a modern early 20th century Progressive.” Remember what we first looked that up on the air? What is an early 20th century Progressive? That should spook the living bat crap out of you. What a early Progressive was is a fascist.

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Another book Glenn is promoting is “Amity Shlaes’ book called The Forgotten Man”

Also do some reading on the Fabian Society:

Fabian Society Socialism

The Fabian Society is a British socialist intellectual movement, whose purpose is to advance the socialist cause by gradualist and reformist, rather than revolutionary means. It is best known for its initial ground-breaking work beginning in the late 19th century and then up to World War I. The society laid many of the foundations of the Labour Party during this period; subsequently, it affected the policies of newly independent British colonies, especially India, and is still in existence today, one of 15 socialist societies affiliated to the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), Canada (the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation and in past the League for Social Reconstruction), and New Zealand.

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Glenn Beck is on top of it again. Let’s hope he keeps this link up at CNN.

Comptroller Attorney General: David Walker on Glenn Beck – director of the GAO (Governmental Accounting Office). To his credit, candidate Ron Paul is the only one who is hitting this issue hard. The rest of the GOP needs to wake up.

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First, I’d like to thank Glenn Beck for all that he’s doing to bring to light the ills of our health care system. We’re all really sorry for all the stuff you’ve had to go through (read all about it in “Hospitals Gone Bad”) in the last couple of weeks, but it was for a Divine reason, I can assure you of that. I experienced a very similar story going through a back surgery and I actually am facing another one – even bigger – and you can only imagine the trepidation one feels to actually submit to that process all over again. Thanks for all that you do.

Next, here is a fantastic interview with Gov Mitt Romney where things get a little “personal”:

GLENN: You know, Mitt, I alienate almost every person that is ever on this program that is running for office because I’m honest and in hopes that I don’t do that with you, let me ask an honest question. One of the things about Barack Obama that people like is that he admits mistakes, he has mistakes, people look at him and say he’s an awful lot like me. If I were running a company, I would want you to be the CEO, no questions asked because you are never going to make a mistake. You are so good and so well put together. I mean, look at your hair, man. You piss me off. What is it about Mitt Romney where there is a struggle? Where is the struggle in your life?

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: Well, you know, everybody has struggles and not everybody sees what they are. I think probably the greatest challenge that we’ve had in our life is of a personal nature when my wife and sweetheart got diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998 and that continues to be something that we work with and that we battle. We don’t show that. We don’t describe that to voters.

GLENN: What is the thing, Mitt, that you have struggled with that you have overcome? What is the thing that you — what is the part of you that, you know, you’re like, if I could change one thing, it would be this?

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: Oh, gosh, Glenn. There’s so many things I’d like to change, you know, and I think everybody feels the same way. There are, without question there are folks, so many more people I’d like to be able to help that I’m not able to help. There are times when I’m more selfish than I ought to be. You know, I must admit I’d rather spend time with my family than anybody else and so a lot of friends wonder why I don’t spend more time with them. But look, and did I have challenges as a kid, yeah. Yeah, there are some things I did as a kid I’m not proud of. But I really don’t think it’s helpful if you are running for President to stand up and talk about those kind of problems because I think it opens up the door to kids to say, oh, if the guy who’s running for President or is President, if he did that, well, then I can do it, too.

GLENN: Right. I’m not looking to —

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: I’m willing to say what George Bush said which is when I was young and irresponsible, I was young and irresponsible. And I got in trouble now and then and people have heard about some of those times and yet I don’t really dwell on those because I don’t think it’s a good thing for our kids to hear.

GLENN: I’m not asking you to come out with some skeleton in the closet. What I’m saying to you is you are so put together. People describe it as slick. I don’t. I think you’re well put together. You’re a guy who I want running my company, but what they don’t see is they don’t see the human side. They don’t see the struggle side. They don’t see, man, I have had to conquer these things. And I’m not asking for a revelation.

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: Well, Glenn, you’ll have to help me a bit but, you know, when I went to school, when I went to Brigham Young University, I went there and worked in school and then I moved back east and got into Harvard and I figured I’m going to flunk out of this place; I can’t possibly make it. And I worked harder, sitting down in the library studying than probably any other student in the school because I was afraid I was going to flunk out. And I worked real hard and I did well, but I did it by working hard and, you know, then I came out of school and I went, got my first job and I again worked really darn hard because I wanted to do well there and I was able to do well but, you know, you don’t do well and become the head of the company unless your daddy owns it, and my daddy didn’t own this company. I had no connection with the company. I didn’t inherit any money. I worked real hard and found myself able to get to the top of the company and then I started a business of my own and was able to build it to be successful. Then I went on to the Olympics and, boy, they were in trouble. I mean, talk about a struggle. I couldn’t sleep for the first couple of weeks there very well because I was just terrified. I got used to the terror as time went on and we were able to turn the games around. So I’ve been in a number of settings that have been in trouble and the only answer I’ve got is that I do my best to work hard, to put my faith in my family and my creator, work as hard as I can. And by the way, I don’t always succeed. I ran against Ted Kennedy. I got trounced by the big guy. And it wasn’t easy getting beat by Ted Kennedy. You know, for about six months Ann and I — well, we weren’t depressed clinically but we felt pretty darn low and, you know, it’s just the nature of life. You have some successes and failures. In business I had some failures.

GLENN: All right.

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: I had some things I did that didn’t work out and, you know, you learn from that and you move on. But I don’t know that there’s anybody who’s lived a particularly charmed life but I think you learn from your failures as much as anything and I’m planning on unfortunately more than a couple of failures in my future.

GLENN: Mitt Romney, always a great experience to talk to you, sir. I wish you the best of luck tomorrow in New Hampshire. I’d like to have you on again, talk a little bit about the economy but I know we’re out of time. And let me just end with this question. Do you support more cell towers in New Hampshire?

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: (Laughing.) Absolutely.

GLENN: All right, good. Mitt Romney, thanks a lot. We’ll talk to you again.

GOVERNOR ROMNEY: Thanks. Bye-bye.

You have to read the whole interview when you have the chance. Thanks Glenn for this great window of opportunity to get inside Mitt’s head. See, there’s lots of reasons why you are meant to be here to do the work you do. You are awesome and keep up the great work. Go to GlennBeck to read more fun stuff from Glenn.

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Well, could this be the next face of evil? Glenn Beck “ran” into Mike Huckabee at an Iowa airport. Read about the encounter here. Glenn has a lot of stuff figured out. He’s connecting the dots in ways that few other non-MSM are. I can’t say enough about Glenn’s work and it’s important for everyone to plug into what he is doing. Here’s a brief excerpt of his encounter of Mike Huckabee:

I don’t think Mike Huckabee had any empathy for me or anybody else that happens to be of Mitt Romney’s faith. Because I said to him at the end, I said, you know what, it’s not that you offended me. It’s not that you hurt me. I said, I know the pain you caused other people. I know I am so sick and tired of people who were chased out of this country with torches and pitchforks and buried their children in the plains because they wanted to worship God of their own understanding. I don’t care if you’re a Mormon or not a Mormon. They were people like the pilgrims that came for a reason and they were driven out of the country and they went to Utah which was not part of the United States and they said no one will bother us here because it’s a desert and we’re protected by the mountains. Well, they have been bothered ever since, and it was legal to kill them in the 1800s, legal to kill them, for the only reason that they were Mormon. When they first started running after Utah game a state, they started running and they actually said other politicians actually said, you don’t want to vote for them. Oh, boy, you don’t want to listen to them. Don’t put any credence in anything they say; they have horns, you know. And it was printed in the paper.

I told Mike Huckabee those things and he looked at me astonished. You might want to do your homework. I know these people. You know one of the reasons why I wanted to be — I didn’t want to be a Mormon. I felt like I had to be one because I couldn’t do it on my own anymore. And you know what? I wanted to be like the people that are of that faith. I am the worst example that you will ever see of — I joined because I wanted to be like these people. They’re good, decent people, and I am tired of having them run through the mud, tired of it. And I told him that. And I had tears in my eyes when I talked about him. We were knee to knee. Not once did this pastor reach out and put a hand on my shoulder or on my knee and say, I am so sorry, Glenn. He did say those words and I accepted those words, but as I told him at the end, by their fruits ye shall know them.

Huck’s response is exactly what I would have predicted. It reminds me of the tormented fat kid who grew up to inflict and get pleasure out of tormenting others. (And by the way, who hasn’t figured it out that Mike Huckabee has had bariatric bypass surgery?) There’s no Christ-like compassion with Mike Huckabee and I don’t surmise this just from Glenn’s encounter. The life and campaign of Mike Huckabee wreak of this. It appears to be the same kind of “the world or someone has to pay for the hurt caused me” desperation and “need” to inflict pain on anything or anyone else. Don’t forget, the girl who was brutally raped by Dumond, begged and pleaded with the Governor hours before he made the phone call to set Dumond free. This is a person who has a very sick and twisted sense of right and wrong. This, to me, is the face of evil.

From the Huffington Post, “Documents Expose Huckabee’s Role in Serial Rapist’s Release

As governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee aggressively pushed for the early release of a convicted rapist despite being warned by numerous women that the convict had sexually assaulted them or their family members, and would likely strike again. The convict went on to rape and murder at least one other woman.

The ridiculous amount of setting criminals free is beyond disturbing. This is a man who can set murderers free – to kill again – and is willing to do anything to lobotomize the campaign process by breaking the very foundations of Article VI of the Constitution – by doing everything possible to make sure there is a religious test for office.

Who would even think of not extending empathy or compassion to the Jewish nation in light of what they endured. But other ethnicities DEMAND the whole world to stop and and hold them on high for the atrocities they endured. Every nation of people, at one time or another, in history, has been subjected to tormenting, slavery or oppression. Some people figure it out that it is wrong and do whatever it takes to stop the cycle, and others just never get it and keep it going. It seems Mike Huckabee and his followers are the creepy, hypnotic nice to your face people -, but watch their track record and watch your back. You shall know them by their fruits. And how on earth can Mike Huckabee claim to have even received one fraction of the questions about his faith as Mitt Romney.

It’s one thing to humbly absorb your “nation’s” damage and nobly move on. But this coldness is something else. It’s exactly what I wrote about in The Tar and Feathering of a Nation. There is nothing humble, noble or compassionate in the path of Huckabee or his new found national congregation. A good, but long read, by Kennith Anderson titled: “Mormons, Muslims and Multiculturalism.” goes into great deal as to why this is so atrocious. Kennith is an “ex-Mormon.” A very intelligent and well-researched person I respect. As a Mormon, I appreciate his thoughtfulness and do not take offense at his stance. He is critical of Mitt Romney’s speech, but is lit on fire about the profound bigotry of the Evangelicals. Please take the time to read his essay.

I do not agree with the harshness on Mitt Romney’s lack of expansion on his faith but I understand why he needs to say this. Here are his credentials:

Kenneth Anderson is professor of law. He holds expertise in international human rights; war and armed conflict; terrorism and state terrorism; nonprofit and charitable organizations; philanthropy; development finance and microcredit; international business and finance. He is fluent in Spanish. Anderson is director of the JD/MBA dual degree program. He was the legal editor for Crimes of War (WW Norton, 1999).

When Kenneth speaks of religious disclosure I know he is correct. He is speaking as a watchman on the tower. Sadly, few Americans “get” what is going on about Muslims in America and what this election’s lack of religious accountability sets as a precedent. The only reason why I say that Kennith’s stance is harsh on Gov. Romney is because it is not Gov. Romney’s responsibility at this time to accomplish what Mr. Anderson sees needs to happen in our country. I truly do respect, that from his perspective, and given his life’s work, this does need to happen and ASAP. But expecting any of these candidates at this time to carry this vital torch into our nation’s public awareness is the wrong vehicle at the wrong time. But having said that, he makes an outstanding argument as to the necessity of this in our public policy.

I appreciate Kenneth’s angry spewage, and this just had me on the edge of my seat laughing as you will see why:

A not-insignificant number of the evangelical readers of this essay are now, I take it, solemnly nodding their heads, true, true, very true, how true, all true; quivering and twitching with the sure knowledge, the Text Message from God, that Mormonism is the cult they always thought it was and a shallow one at that. Yet the worship of sales and marketing is not exactly unknown among the numerous evangelicals who promiscuously deride Mormonism as some kind of weird, even dangerous, sect but who themselves gather weekly to–well, what? Sing their country-rockified, feel-good, self-help-book ballads, lovingly serviced with the Word of the Therapeutic God by blow-dried yet humble, down-home yet suburban preachers whose cavernous mega-churches resemble nothing so much as the Wal-Mart of the soul on sale. And you ridicule Mormons? One need not be Christopher Hitchens to think that if there is something funny about Mormons, there is something funnier about a certain brand of evangelicals’ condescending to them.

How angry you ask? Here it blows:

Is it not evangelical Christianity, rather, with its lack of hierarchical authority and discipline, constituted of individual charismatic preachers vying for the fickle attention of crowds, that is today most susceptible to the charge of cults of personality, at least living ones? And is its leading contender at this moment not one Huckabee of Little Rock, who enthralls the crowds with his musings that he is favored of Providence? Who is this Jesus of Nazareth that I should worship his servant Huckabee and offer him my vote? If I sound irritated at the bigoted attitudes among the lumpen evangelicals–if I sound irritated to discover that an astonishing number of my fellow citizens–30 percent or so, we are told–say they will not vote for a devout Mormon, no matter what his positions or policies, solely on account of his religion; or that Christian voters should not offer support however indirect to supposed cults, or that America must have a “Christian” president. Well, did I say irritated? I understate; furious…

…And if I, an ex-Mormon, am furious, I only wonder what actual Mormons think in the secret places of their hearts. The bigotry that has accompanied Huckabee’s rise has certainly shifted my view of evangelicals. Am I the only one to find tiresome the endless trope among Christians of this country that they wish they could have (wholesome, good hearted) Mormons without (cultish, anti-Christian) Mormonism? My former confrères among the Mormons apparently do not count as Christian, yet somehow feel themselves bound by their allegiance to the teachings of the Nazarene to turn the other cheek and meekly suffer these attacks upon their spiritual fitness to participate in the public square. Admirably Christian, I suppose. I myself propose that Huckabee be horse-whipped in the square of public reason and turned out of politics so he can get on with writing The Seven-Day Diet of Creation and Mary Magdalene Got Skinny for Jesus and You Can Too.

There is no doubt there is a theme here and that theme is being pointed out day after day. Mike Huckabee has done a lot of intractable damage. There will be plenty of Mormon Christians who will be able to turn the other cheek but exercise their feelings at the ballot. And the rest of America will take their place – either siding with the abuser hoping to win brownie points which they mistakingly assume will ward off the loaded barrel from pointing at them – or they will stand up, taking the risk they will be taken down.

What I find amusing is that the big rub Evangelicals have with Mormons is that Mormons claim that the Evangelicals have some basic tenets of their faith wrong. Well, I have to ask, what faith doesn’t do that? Isn’t that why there are so many different denominations to begin with? What I have to wonder is why Evangelicals take so much offense that they are willing to exterminate and murder Mormons. Don’t the Protestants and Catholics have this problem over in England? I actually haven’t heard of any Mormon-Catholic uprisings anywhere or Mormon-Seventh Day Adventists fighting in the streets. It makes me wonder that there seems to be a common thread with this group around the world. And again, the parallels can be made with the radical ideas of the Muslim faith. But the Mormons and Mitt Romney are a real threat or else they wouldn’t have to be taken out.

I’m fine with people worshiping what they will, but a “cult”, to me, is defined when a group with common beliefs inflicts harm onto itself or others. I have no qualms with Catholics, I used to be one. The theology and the lack of abiding morals is what no longer works for me, but it would never cross my mind to not vote for Rudy Giuliani because he is Catholic. But these Mormon-hating Evangelicals cross the line – they are willing to violate the principles of the constitution and bigot in free America. I have no doubt that, given the “freedom”, these are the people who would hang, tar and feather, mob, rape and pillage, fellow Americans. These are American Jihadists if ever so slightly contained at the moment, but peer into their past and you will get an eye full. Read between the lines of the sadistic perversion of Mike Huckabee and you start to get a profile. Didn’t Hitler reason eliminating the members of a faith was justified to make their nation “better”? Setting criminals and murders free to do what, make the country better? What would a rational person expect to come from that other than more crime and murder? Can anyone even fathom what would happen if the Mike Huckabee trend was allowed to continue? You would have to wonder if this Gov. Huckabee ever donned white sheets, himself, in the dark of night. But having said all this, I have no doubt, these “radical” Evangelical Christians are one of America’s cults.

A note to the wise: Today we live in a time where we can’t afford to not get this – we can not even appear related to evil.

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