18 Jan '10 23:10>2 edits
Originally posted by USArmyParatrooperWhile I did listen to the "spoof" that Beck did on dogs and health care clinics, I can say that I listen to Beck and I take him seriously.
In two different polls almost a third of everyone believed the healthcare bill contained "death panels."
Glen Beck claimed the healthcare bill contained provisions to provide medical insurance to dogs. (no BS!). How many millions of Americans listen to him and take him seriously?
Until he says something that is obviously a lie, why should I not believe him?
All he has said is that Obama and his cronies are communists and/or socialists.
I took Obama's word for it much earlier than I ever took Becks word for it, when Obama talked about the crowd that he sought out and wanted to be with as being such. Is it wrong to believe the man? Buy and read his books. He makes no effort to hide the obvious.
I see that Beck is one of the few who have managed to get out of the flock and at least try to figure out what becoming a communist or socialist nation will entail.
The difference between me and Beck is that I see it all as a grand pattern built into the "see-through fabric" of human kinds thin garment of "civilization" that insists on repeating, over-and-over, ideas such as socialism and communism; these have always failed and always will fail. He sees it as a crusade to educate the sheep. So while he would say that people need to "wake up", I say that there is no chance of that ever happening, so we might as well relax and enjoy the insanity. Again.