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Creators Versus Destroyers

September 29, 2009


Glenn Beck had a terrific show today, a basic lesson in the reality we inhabit. If you didn’t see it, watch it tonight. The first segment took off on Patrick Kennedy’s pious blather about how we should all be civil. Beck showed the contrasting images of leftwing fascists behaving violently in Pittsburgh and peaceful tea party enthusiasts on the capitol mall. He also showed the trash left by the environmental hypocrites at the Obama inaugural and the pristine lawn that followed the tea party event. He also read the Times‘ attempt to portray the Pittsburgh riot as a pastoral scene from Bambi, and the Times‘ lame efforts to make the tea party patriots look threatening. Beck’s comment on this was to note the difference between the two sides in this culture war: the side of those who are trying to make this country better, and those who want to destroy it because they believe that “fundamental change” is in order. These are the people who celebrate the loony pig Michael Moore, whose new film declares “capitalism is evil and evil can’t be regulated.” Capitalism has given the world the only democracies it has ever really known. (The Greeks had one but it was built on slavery.) Capitalism is the only system which has given people life beyond mere survival and has made more people prosperous and comfortable than any other in the history of mankind — this is what Moore and his fans in the “liberal” media want to destroy.

Beck then talked about the Twelver — the Jew-and-America-hating dictator who is in charge in Iran and who believes that he must wash the world in blood to bring back the 12th Imam (yes that is literally and precisely what he said in his UN speech) and is building his nuclear warheads and long-range missiles to do just that while Obama fiddles and dithers and takes off for Denmark to give the Chicago mob their payoff. We are just now beginning to see the consequences of November 2008 when the inmates took over the asylum.

  1. David Thomson permalink
    September 29, 2009 4:12 pm

    Glenn Beck consistently hosts a great show. That is why the leftists are pressuring weak-kneed conservatives to abandon him. They are well aware that Beck is effective. He and Sarah Palin are perhaps the greatest public threats to their agenda. The next time anyone complains about Beck, ask him or her this question: can you point out a precise error on his part? Beck has invited criticism. Take advantage of the offer.

    I also agree with Beck that Barack Obama is something of a racist. However, I argue that the president’s anger towards whites is subconscious. Obama does not get up in the morning explicitly wondering how best to stick it to whitey. It simply pervades every nook and cranny of his cultural outlook on life. Even white leftists are anti-white! This is taken for granted by the elites associated with Harvard University and our other intellectual institutions.

  2. Eric Kirk permalink
    September 29, 2009 4:48 pm

    I love Beck. He’s replaced Rush as a great fundraiser for Democrats, although conservative pols haven’t bent over backwards to genuflect for Beck the way they have for Rush. I actually feel sorry for all of the Republicans who’ve been forced to beg Rush’s supporters for forgiveness at the slightest criticism. It’s funny, but it’s painful to watch at the same time. Beck will probably be next in line as his throngs lash out against any Republican who dares criticize Beck.

  3. jbtrevor permalink
    September 29, 2009 5:49 pm

    “He also showed the trash left by the environmental hypocrites at the Obama inaugural”

    So much of what the Left does ends up as trash for the rest of us to clean up

    • Swemson permalink
      September 29, 2009 8:44 pm

      And pay for !

  4. Obivilious Maxinus permalink
    September 29, 2009 7:07 pm

    I like the Glenn Beck program. So many of our elected officals in both political parties have sold their soul and their country for money, power and votes. Beck blasts them all. I do wish he would have Frosty Wooldridge as a guest on the show, Frosty is an expect on illegal immigration and now that Obama is cutting the border guards ( again) I would like to knw more about the subject. An unbaised media is hard to find, we appreciate that an shortwave.

  5. jetfleet permalink
    September 30, 2009 1:41 am

    Will Michael Moore qualify for Obamacare? He looks to be to much of a fat fatty to be able to qualify. Oh, now I remember. Michael loves Castrocare. Michael can move to Cuba and eat all their food up and get their great medical care to boot. And in exchange, all Michael has to do is turn all his wealth over to the “people”. You know… the “people”… castro, his brother, family members, loyal generals… all those peeps.

    • Barbara permalink
      September 30, 2009 7:30 am

      If Michael Moore is so against capitalism, he should give all his money to the government to “spread the wealth around”.

      • jetfleet permalink
        September 30, 2009 8:43 am

        That’s the irony of the Michael Moore fraud: he uses capitalism to get his income to make movies to dump on capitalism. In fact that’s the irony and fraud of the entire democrat left. What will they do when capitalism and the free market is destroyed and all that remains are bureaucrats and regulators and lawyers, oh my?

  6. September 30, 2009 3:20 am

    I watch Beck almost everday. He made me get off my butt and do my homework. About a year ago I was one one these people that had my head in the sand but not anymore.

  7. "gunner" permalink
    September 30, 2009 6:44 am

    “Obama does not get up in the morning explicitly wondering how best to stick it to whitey.”
    i’m not so sure about that, but as you suggest, it is from all appearances an underlying motif in his psyche and in spite of the left’s claim that “only whites can be racist” his sub-conscious racism colours his thinking in all he does, and validates the less concealed racism of his cronies appointed to office in chicago style political pay-offs. i’ll give him this, he’s an “honest” politician, he stays bought, loyal to his paymasters of the wealthy left.

  8. MaryAnn permalink
    September 30, 2009 6:52 am

    Beck’s show was great yesterday. I was moved to play Elvis’ rendition of “Battle Hymn of the Republic”.

  9. jac mills permalink
    September 30, 2009 7:11 am

    Beck is the best thing that has happened to America since I arrived on these shores, many years ago. He has awakened the nation from the deadly sleep of complacency and, hopefully, the action he has stirred will continue through the next elections where political balance can be achieved. I am not political, but today’s elected “leaders” are abusing power, free of necessary checks and balances that American forefathers envisaged as crucial to the nation’s survival, and that is akin to a death watch. Anyone can see that, if they look objectively. Do not be deceived: These so-called Democrats are smart, with Obama, Emmanuel and his group on a mission. If they succeed, it will be big, “transforming” the country that will set the pattern of politics AND of life itself, unchangeable for decades. If they fail in Obama’s four years, they will do what all good socialists-and-beyond do: They will try again. Defeat for them is merely a setback. They are ruthless in their mission and their passion. There is only one other question: Where are the true American political leaders? I don’t see any.

  10. Wes69 permalink
    September 30, 2009 7:50 am

    Beck is indeed a key voice in opposition to the Democrats-Obama transformation of the US into a Socialist-Venezuela. Due to his common man touch, he is reaching more and more Americans, educating them in what is going on in our country. It is essential that he pushes the Republicans back to their conservative values. Beck and Rush can do this. It is essential that there are no Independent candidates. It must be Democrat versus Republican in 2010 in order to recapture the House of Representatives and destroy the 60 filibuster proof majority in the Senate. Beck needs to keep exposing the Administration for what it is. But, he needs to keep educating us and the Republican leadership as to how we can recapture our country back. As he says, the truth will set us free.

    • jac mills permalink
      September 30, 2009 11:17 am

      I agree with what you say, Wes69, but I hope we are not relying too much on Beck to “educate us.” We have to take that upon ourselves — and help others do the same. I think you and I agree, in purpose, anyway. So let’s get to it and spread the word with Beck’s mantra of truth, honesty, and speaking with boldness. His other avenue of action for the ordinary people is to contact our elected officials, at all levels, and tell them how we feel. I do that regularly with mine, and I hear from them in return. It’s good.

    • Demre permalink
      October 1, 2009 6:44 am

      Republicans have to get back to conservatism/constitutionalism (Basis on which they were founded) and get rid of the corruption in our party. Those elected mucst stop rolling over and playing dead when pressured from the Liberals and Democrats . Until they do this a 3rd party will continue to exist and throw a kink in everything thus leaving our country open to this type of upheaval – a nation so devided!

      • jbtrevor permalink
        October 1, 2009 7:23 am

        I agree with returning to conservatism/roots; but what specifically are you referring to when you say corruption in our party?

        Also, I believe the profound spending by the Republican controlled congress was a major factor in their loss of seats in 2006 when the Democrats obtained control.

        That level of spending looks pretty darn good compared to what the Democrats are now spending.

  11. Samuel permalink
    September 30, 2009 8:44 am

    It seems after every show I’m thinking this has to be the best one yet! For those, like me at work when the show is on Fox, and don’t have a DVR, you can watch the current show and past shows at They will twitter when the current day is posted, often 7:30 to 8:00 pm mountain time.


  12. Joy permalink
    October 1, 2009 1:59 am

    Beck is a phenomenon, that’s for sure! His is an important voice to be added to our Conservative “choir.” Mark Steyn, too, brings wit & wisdom – with abundance! – to the table (probably the most educated and well-informed of the bunch). As for O’Reilly, he’s become somewhat of a bore – and a d.o.m. one, at that. His leering sexism and feigned embarrassment at certain sexual innuendos are disgusting. That woman who brought suit – and whom he paid off Big Time – was, I believe, telling the truth. Glad he seems to be more circumspect, although they say a leopard doesn’t change his spots…

  13. Bill Burton permalink
    October 1, 2009 9:55 am

    First of all let me make it clear, I’m not the Bill Burton who is a spolesman for Obama. I’m just a dumb farmer, actually rancher from Alaska. I was actually fired by Sara Palin when she fired the whole Board of Agriculture, but I wrote her a letter & said she did the right thing as she was trying to protect the Dairy industry, & I would support her if she was to run for President.
    I agree that Glenn Beck is the best TV commentator on, & that he is a breath of fresh air. What we need is some of our Republican Congressmen/women & Senators to take a stand for what is really right, like Ben. Netanyahu did for Israel in his speech before the UN. I haven’t heard anyone speak like that since Winston Churchil during the blitz of England (which I only read, I’m ancient, but not that ancient). Yet I haven’t heard anything about it in the liberal news, or even on Fox news. Oh that we would have a conservative spokes man or woman like that, I believe that Sara Palin would come the closeist to that, but there is a lot of conservatives comming out of the closet.


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