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Original post made by Bruce Matthew, Professorville, on Aug 27, 2010

Tomorrow 8/28 there will be more people on the capital mall that ever before in the history of the Republic.

This ground swell of Americans will shock the liberal media. And will put their spin machine into a nose dive of catastrophic proportions. The Obama paradise ghetto era is over and this B- student with a good smile will be none too happy because there will be fewer fools to fool. So next week he will have more Lobster and Golf and waiting for his 2012 election loss. In the mean time Harry will be retired as well as Boxer.

Let Freedom Reign - America will be the land of the free again.



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Posted by VoxPop
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Aug 27, 2010 at 9:10 pm

You mean the honor we lose when people listen when Beck goes off on one of his uninformed rants. He's self-promoting showman, with not a shred of ethical spine. If you really analyze what he says, you will understand that he is a profoundly un-American person who uses his bully pulpit to try to destroy the Constitution; deride people of good will; and divide America into Us and Them, no matter what the subject.

There is, unfortunately a ridiculous number of people who uncritically accept what Beck and his ilk say as gospel without thinking of its inconsistencies, contraditions, and a sense of deep hatred of the American people. They swallow the talking points and regurgitate them unthinkingly.

The situation is sad, and dangerous to the future of our form of government. Beck promotes government by ideological pundit and mindless protest rather than true democratic procedure.

I could go on but...


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Posted by Geroge
a resident of Professorville
on Aug 27, 2010 at 9:19 pm

I hope Al (Tawana) Sharpton shows up. If he does, Beck will probably invite onto the stage. Could get interesting....


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Posted by Bruce Matthew
a resident of Professorville
on Aug 27, 2010 at 9:26 pm

I could go on but........ You could but why embarrass yourself any more?

Glenn Beck is the best thing to happen to our country. The socialists and progressives are trying to take away our freedoms, little by little, step by step. First the socialist health care forced down our throats, then the obamination of financial reform that fixes nothing, it just gives more power to those who should not have it.

We the people need to take back our nation from the very people that want our money, liberty and freedom. We need to restore the freedoms we have enjoyed, and take responsibility for what we have.

We must protect it or we will lose it.


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Posted by tea party rhymes with bigotry
a resident of Adobe-Meadows
on Aug 27, 2010 at 9:40 pm

Largest lily white crowd ever in the USA?


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Aug 27, 2010 at 11:46 pm

I've heard that Beck's wrestling w/these two speech titles:

-I Have No Dream

-Germany, Awake!


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Posted by tea party rhymes with bigotry
a resident of Adobe-Meadows
on Aug 27, 2010 at 11:58 pm

The Tea Party rallying cry is "I want my white country back".


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 28, 2010 at 3:24 am

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How dare those Tea Party folk demand judging folk by the content of their character! What kind of White Supremacy is that? What next, Judging performance?


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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 28, 2010 at 3:28 am

Dr. Alveda King – the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., – explains why she's speaking at the Glenn Beck 8/28 rally in Washington this Saturday.Web Link


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Posted by Beck should be ashamed
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 28, 2010 at 10:50 am

Thanks for a good laugh, Bruce. Beck and his ilk are entertainers--they are out to make a buck and if this rally fattens his bank account, all the better for it. The fact that he has fools like you roped into believing in his crap only goes to show that some people will believe anything. If Beck was so concerned about this country, he would run for office and actually work at fixing this country, instead of making money off of the misery, hatred and racism of others, that he cultivates so well in his quest for the almighty dollar
What is this "take our country back" BS anyway? Take our country back from whom? Aren't citizens running "our" country now?
This is a clever way of trying to separate "us" from "them"--as if to suggest that some people are not real americans. Beck and the Tea Party movement, along with it's queen Sarah Palin (nothing needs to be said for this empty-headed Barbie wannabee--are not above playing the race card to divide the country when it suits their wallet and their nefarious purposes.
Really amazing that some people cannot stand the fact that a black person is in the White House and will do anything to undermine him, to the detriment of the country as a whole. In addition, it is also amazing that the same people who quietly worshipped Bush et al for 8 years while he ran the country into the ground, are expecting instant solutions from the new regime. We will not even begin to discuss the party of No and their role in the current divisive atmosphere that is ruining this country.
Not surprised that Sharon and Walter Wallis have put in their two cents worth either--I think we know here they stand politically


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Posted by Think about it
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Aug 28, 2010 at 11:28 am

It is amazing that any criticism of an African American president follows that his critics must be racist. I suppose that if Hillary had won, any critics of hers would be anti-feminist!

Leave the color of his skin out of it, and then see what is actually being said. Perhaps his critics just don't like his politics!


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 28, 2010 at 11:34 am

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Ah yes - "empty-headed Barbie wannabee-" Libs are still running against Tina Fey. Amazing how the lib opposition against Palin sounds so شريعة


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Posted by VoxPop
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Aug 28, 2010 at 12:26 pm

Interesting that the people protesting the elite and the government don't realize that the billionaire Koch brothers funded the founding of the Tea Party, and through Americans for Prosperity and other organizations they fund provide direction, training, talking points, and organizational support to the Tea Party.

Beck himself in a member of the wealthy elite, and uses controvertial events like this to promote his radio and TV shows. One of the original reasons behind this event was to promote his new book but he decided that wouldn't look good.

Think, people.


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Posted by Walter, walter, walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 28, 2010 at 2:49 pm

"h yes - "empty-headed Barbie wannabee-" Libs are still running against Tina Fey. "
Well, Walter, it may surprise you to know that repubs/conservatives are also not all that crazy about Palin. but why are you so upset--you claim to support no political party, but we can alwyas count on you to defend republicans while vilifying anyone who opposes you or your views.
Palin is an empty-headed Barbie wannabe--she has proven that over and over--she knew nothing when she was running for VEEP and still knows nothing now.
But she is smart enough to go after the money while she can--after all ho wintelligent can a person be who demands "bendy" straws as a condition for giving a speech!!!


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 29, 2010 at 4:52 am

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Unlike most of the D.C. denizens, Palin understands the relationship between the availability of energy and the quality of life. She knows the difference between skinning a moose and skinning a mouse, a distinction missing in those whose knowledge of nature comes from Disney.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 29, 2010 at 10:19 am

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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 29, 2010 at 7:23 pm


Although we were not at the Beck rally we have followed and read the reports.
It's interesting to note that the theme of Beck's rally was hope and unification and a welcome to all. As usual the comments from the critics like Sharpton stress hate, anger and division and a return to racial politics and shakedown tactics.
However America is better than that and this rancor is just old old old.
Beck honored MLK while Sharpton........ Well what's new from him? same old shakedowns----


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 29, 2010 at 10:33 pm

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Hey Www, I was fighting in Korea because they were shooting at me, but the ultimate goal was a free and prosperous Republic Of Korea.
I agree I do not suffer fools with grace. I generally debate points graciously and in accordance with my engineering experience, but when the response is Bush did it or Palin is a Barbie, I respond in kind.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 30, 2010 at 6:04 am

"but when the response is Bush did it or Palin is a Barbie"
Thanks for proving my point., You claim no political party, yet show your hypocrisy by defending Bush, Palin and any other republican vociferously. Many of the comments regarding Bush and Palin are based on facts--regardless they are people's opinions, which you do not respect, proving that even though you may be a vet, you still have no clue on what principles our country stands.
Sorry, Walter your time has passed.
Sharon's comments and attempts to engage in race baiting are not worthy of a response.


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 30, 2010 at 6:46 am

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I defended Nixon against the Watergate charges with the thought, what about Dick Tuck. The hypocrisy of the Watergate persecution when this was SOP of both parties offended me. On the other hand I detested Nixon's wage/price controls. Had I been aware of he excesses that would be committed under the EPA I surely would have hated him for that. I have been critical of the Bush punish friends and reward enemies policy, also wordciferously, and when Palin achieves public office again I will be a severe critic of any actions I consider wrong.
My body defended this country for 5 years, and my wit has been equally at the defense of my country ever since. If my criticism seems to fall disproportionately on democrats/liberals it is because they are the ones with the reins.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 30, 2010 at 7:13 am

"If my criticism seems to fall disproportionately on democrats/liberals it is because they are the ones with the reins. "
Yes, more hypocrisy. I do not remember criticism falling disproportionately on the republicans from 2000 to 2008. You defended Nixon because you are a closet republican. You may have "defended" this country, but you understand little of what this country stands for.


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Posted by VoxPop
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Aug 30, 2010 at 8:46 am

CBS News commissioned a crowd estimate by the company AirPhotosLive.com. The network reported that AirPhotosLive estimated the crowd at 87,000 people. But they noted that with a margin of error of 9,000, "between 78,000 and 96,000 attended the rally."

Not exactly the "million" that Michelle Bachmann trumpeted.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 30, 2010 at 9:04 am

"Not exactly the "million" that Michelle Bachmann trumpeted."

Does anyone actually believe that what Bachmann and Beck say has anything to do with the truth.


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Posted by Paul
a resident of Downtown North
on Aug 30, 2010 at 4:48 pm

"Tomorrow 8/28 there will be more people on the capital mall that ever before in the history of the Republic."

Fizz. The crowd at Obama's inauguration was far, far larger.

"It is amazing that any criticism of an African American president follows that his critics must be racist."

It does not follow that racists do not criticize our African American president, does it? Is it a coincidence that our extreme right has been in a frenzied state of agitation since an African American was inaugurated? Is it a coincidence that this African American president is the first president to have his birth certificate questioned? Denial is always the first reaction, but, c'mon, get over it people. One of "them" really got in.

I'd have much more respect for outright frank racism than the timid PC pussyfooting that we hear. It seems our new right is afraid of what liberals might say if they speak their minds. Their predecessors were much bolder.


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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 30, 2010 at 5:09 pm


20% of American voters are left wing, 40% are Conservative and 40% are in the middle-- according to NYT/PBS David Brooks.
Al Gore focused on the 20% and lost.
Beck spoke to the 80% and they agreed with him -- read the MSM and the blogs--- not bad for a days work in a hot humid DC in August.

The issue with Obama and Pelosi is--- competence--- not race or gender
The 20% want to change the topic from their lack of competence to racism and sexism--- the 80% are not buying that tactic anymore-- the more it is repeated the less credibility the 20% has--- so please -- keep it up!


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Posted by Sharon and Beck-two of a kind
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Aug 30, 2010 at 5:31 pm

Wonder where Sharon is getting her numbers and her "facts" from.
As for Mr Beck I see that he was on the attack yesterday--denigrating Obama's religious beliefs. Of course that has been his Mo for a long time--but of course that comes after he preached 'christian" love the day before.
One also has to take Beck's comments regarding religion with a grainof salt as well--after all he belongs to what many people consider to be a cult (yes, the plates were buried in Upstate New York all those years). A cult that disrespects other religions by going into cemteries, taking down names and then using proxies to baptize these people into the cult as part of an elaborate ceremony.
How much money did Beck make on Saturday?


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Aug 30, 2010 at 6:55 pm

Sharon has never stated where she gets her numbers. 80% of the voting public agree w/him? Yeah, right, & I wear long underwear to the secret chamber at church. Oh, wait, maybe Beck told Sharon those figures, reaching back into his drug-&-alcohol damaged brain for some create "memories."


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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 30, 2010 at 7:49 pm


Beck pointed out that Obama supports liberation theology, the beliefs of rev wright, his pastor for 20 years, the minster who converted him from islam, married him and who baptized his children.
liberation theology is marxism in Christian clothing---it has been rejected by the Catholic Church for that reason.
Since he rejected rev wright Obama has not affiliated himself with any other Church-- that is fine-- and means that he probably still clings to liberation theology-- that is fine too-- he does not have wear his faith or lack of faith on his sleeve--- but Beck cannot be faulted for pointing out, accurately, Obamas most recent, public, religious affiliation-- liberation theology.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Aug 31, 2010 at 7:52 am

"the minster who converted him from islam"

From that statement alone we know that anything that Sharon says can be discounted as not being the truth. Obama was never a Muslim and was never converted from Islam!!!

Love also how Sharon parrot's Beck's words about Obama and then comes up with the conclusion that Beck's comments about Obama and liberation theology are the truth!!!
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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Aug 31, 2010 at 9:46 am

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Posted by Resident
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Aug 31, 2010 at 9:55 am

I am interested in what the definition of "Christian country" is supposed to be.

Is a "Christian country" one where the majority of the citizens claim to be Christians?

Is a "Christian country" a country which was built/founded/constituted on Christian/Biblical principles?

Is a "Christian country" one where the Government claims its citizens can belong to the state religion if they so choose?

Is a "Christian country" one which forces its citizens to believe in Christianity.

The UK has a state religion, but at the present time there is no governmental procedure to enforce its citizens all belong to it. In the past those who did not follow the religion of the King (or Queen) were burnt at the stake for heresy, but that is definitely not the case today.


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Posted by Paul
a resident of Downtown North
on Aug 31, 2010 at 10:45 am

"Al Gore focused on the 20% and lost."

Pure twaddle. Al Gore got 543,895 votes more than Bush Web Link , and he has remained more popular than Bush ever since. That's why our jealous right wing minority has pounded him so viciously. Considering that Ralph Nader, who appealed to voters leftward of Gore, got 2,882,955 votes, I'd say the left scored a majority.

So, are you making up your numbers yourself, or are you cribbing from somebody else's fiction?


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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 31, 2010 at 11:11 am

@ Paul

I was referring to Al Gores recent AGW campaign --- which failed.
David Brooks of NYT made the point about the 20%-40%-40% split among voters.
He pointed out that Gore failed because he made his AGW pitch to the 20% and alienated the rest--- the 80%.

Brooks pointed out that the 20/40/40 split is the new reality in US politics.

The Beck rally was not a political event but his message clearly alienated the 20% on the left while appealing to and mobilizing the 80%.
It is quite remarkable-- he may well have triggered the Fourth Great Awakening in US history
"The Great Awakening was a religious revival in American religious history.
There were three--some say four--such periods of fervor, each characterized by widespread revivals led by evangelical Protestant ministers, a sharp increase of interest in religion, a profound sense of conviction and redemption on the part of those affected, a jump in evangelical church membership, and the formation of new religious movements and denominations."Web Link.

Previous Great Awakenings were also triggered by characters like Beck.

Re Gore and the election--- he clearly won the popular vote but lost the electoral college vote. He ran a good campaign but was poorly advised by image consultants--- he had broad appeal and without Nader take a big part of the 20% away from him he would have won easily.


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Aug 31, 2010 at 12:21 pm

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Beck is an entertainer working to erode the separation of church & state because that meshes with his view of how this country should be.
He gets to say what he wants because of our right to free speech. So does Sharon. So do I. Unfortunately, having an opinion doesn't mean the opinion is based on accurate facts. Sharon's facts aren't accurate; neither are Beck's.


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Posted by Paul
a resident of Downtown North
on Aug 31, 2010 at 1:56 pm

"I was referring to Al Gores recent AGW campaign --- which failed."

Ah, yes. Lose the game, try and change the rules. Well, since last month was the hottest July ever recorded in the US and Europe, it seems Al Gore is right on track there too. If the A in your AGW stands for Anhrogenic, then score another retreat for Gore's detractors, who used to deny any warming was happening at all.

And be careful taking your numbers from the New York Times, ya hear?


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Aug 31, 2010 at 2:07 pm

Paul, given Beck's rejection of much of the science of global warming, & Sharon's support of Beck, I'm not surprised she claims his event wasn't political. He describes himself as an entertainer when it suits him. How often do entertainers schedule rallies in political capitols on significant political anniversaries? But like many an entertainer, Beck evinces poor character w/his admitted past drug & alcohol addiction & suicidal tendencies.


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Posted by Anon.
a resident of Crescent Park
on Aug 31, 2010 at 11:09 pm

I just do not consider Glen Beck or Sarah Palin to be honorable.

How do they get the make a big thing about honor.

Palin just walked out as governor of Alaska ... what the hell that was that?

Beck said this was not political ... how true ... how honorable is that? What baloney.


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 1, 2010 at 1:52 am

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Nonny, that is the RELIGION of global warming.


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Posted by Give me Beck's America
a resident of Meadow Park
on Sep 1, 2010 at 5:26 am

Give me the America of Beck and Palin any day over the America of Obama, Reid and Pelosi.

Beck and Palin's America takes time off their JOBS, pays for THEMSELVES to get to a rally, "live and lets live" a couple folks walking around in the rally with Obama shirts, the "worst" being that someone said "I will pray for you", donates 5 million to a fund for kids of slain special ops soldiers, pays for their own food and drink and shelter while in DC, then cleans up the place before they leave to pay their own way home.

This is in sharp contrast to the language and behaviors of rallies in support of Obama ( with predominantly white crowds most of the time here and in Europe, I might add), where people were bused in, paid in food, and left a huge mess for government workers to clean up...and where there was NO WAY anyone wearing a Palin shirt could have felt safe walking through the crowds.

Whether a crowd of 300,000 or a 1,000,000 ..it wouldn't have been advisable.


Give me Beck's America back, please. To those who think Beck's America is Lily-White Christian, your ignorance is showing. Stop reading TPM and source your own news.


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Sep 1, 2010 at 6:42 am

Sharon factoid:
"The Beck rally was not a political event but his message clearly alienated the 20% on the left while appealing to and mobilizing the 80%."
Really, a rally that had maybe 80,000 people mobilized 80% of the population. Any idea where Sharon gets her numbers and "facts" from? Beck headquarters?

Give me Beck's America factoids:
"This is in sharp contrast to the language and behaviors of rallies in support of Obama ( with predominantly white crowds most of the time here and in Europe, I might add), where people were bused in, paid in food, and left a huge mess for government workers to clean up...and where there was NO WAY anyone wearing a Palin shirt could have felt safe walking through the crowds."
Any idea where this "fact" came from?


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Sep 1, 2010 at 2:02 pm

You want to base how you want the country to be based on how protesters & politicos, er, rather, entertainers behave in public, at rallies? Wow, that's deep, man.


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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 3, 2010 at 11:14 am

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So we should rather go ape over the words of a Community Organizer?


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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Sep 3, 2010 at 11:27 am

"So we should rather go ape over the words of a Community Organizer?"
Why is it one way or another? why do you bring up the whole "community organizer" issue also? For someone who claims no allegiance to any political party, it seems that Walter gets his kicks attacking dems.
And why is the fact that someone is/was a community organizer to be used for derision?
You remind me of the "hero of 9/11", who was running away, up the street while his firefighters were dying at the WTC, and has since made millions off the dead bodies of the victims of 9/11-Rudolph Guiliani--he used the same tone during the last republican convention.


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Posted by Sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 3, 2010 at 4:33 pm


Beck is being appropriately humble after his success in calling for a renewal of the values of Christian Civilization in America.
" Beck is more a bellwether and organizer for the movement than its spiritual leader.
The movement that surfaced before the Lincoln Memorial last Saturday possesses the potential to begin a long-term restoration of America's moral and spiritual character.
To the extent that Beck held the reins last Saturday -- and there were others such as David Barton who did far more behind the scenes -- he would be wise to hand them over to religious leaders.

What is clear is this: Something has changed.
Alongside the political Tea Party movement there has arisen a predominantly moral and spiritual movement.
Christians were always over-represented at Tea Party rallies, yet now they are sensing that this present darkness over our once-shining city is caused by an enduring national neglect of the wisdom that made this nation shine in the first place. "Something beyond imagination is happening," as Beck himself said from the stage. "Something that is beyond man is happening.Web Link

in the Third Great Awakening in the US women took a key role emphasizing women suffrage--- which they achieved and an emphasis on moderate sobriety and marital fidelity --- they were the victims of male intoxication and vulnerable to the diseases vectored by prostitutes, in those days there was no cure for syphilis or other STDs.
Interestingly the Third Great Awakening spread to Asia and particularly Korea where it built a vibrant Christian community that thrives to this day.
Hopefully this Fourth Great Awakening will spread to Europe, which is stewing in a post Christian malaise of moral relativism, hedonism and dramatically declining birth rates among natives.
Birth rates in Italy, Spain, Germany and Russia are far below replacement levels meaning a very bleak economic and cultural future.
In China there has been a dramatic rise in Christianity-the UK Times estimates that there are as many as 100 million Christians in China as of 2010.Web Link
However, Sub Saharan Africa shows the greatest increase in Christian faith in recent years and it is there that the dialog between Christian and Muslim faiths is most critical-- they share some important common values and will hopefully develop a common value on both Reason and Faith.


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Posted by Walter, walter, walter
a resident of Stanford
on Sep 3, 2010 at 7:54 pm

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Posted by Walter walter walter
a resident of Stanford
on Sep 4, 2010 at 12:07 pm

I see the editors are protecting SHaron again.
Sharon and others may have bought into the spiel by the 21st century equivalent of Elmer Gantry--aka Glenn Beck, but most of us see through him.
In fact in most circles he is not considered a "christian"--he is a mormon--a cult member in some people's minds.
But what Fourth Great Awakening? You get a guy out fo rmoney talking in DC and you proclaim a "religious" awakening? Let's not be ridiculous.


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