Skip to comments.That’ll leave a mark: Glenn Beck calls Ron Paul ‘newest member of the Westboro Baptist Church’
Posted on 02/05/2013 1:13:22 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Glenn Beck✔ @glennbeck
Newest member of the Westboro Baptist Church: Ron Paul. I am with Marcus Latrell & grieving family members. Will respond tomorrow. SHAMEFUL.
1:30 AM - 05 Feb 13
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Tell us what you really think, Glenn.
Glenn Beck wasnt the only one making that comparison after Ron Paul launched a repulsive Twitter attack on murdered American hero Chris Kyle.
Derek Ryan @longhornderek
Ron Paul is now no better than the Westboro Church protesters. (Let's hear it, Ronulans. Lets hear you defend your dear leader.)
6:28 PM - 04 Feb 13(continued)
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Beck hit the nail on the head. That was one of Paul’s most disgusting comments and he has a lot.
Except that RP may consider it a compliment...
What the hell was Ron Paul thinking....or drinking.
Junior appears to finish thinking before he opens his mouth. He must get that trait from his mom.
There was a time when I felt that Ron Paul was ultimately a force for good, if perhaps quite misguided.
That time certainly isn’t now. Beck nailed it.
What Paul should have said is that no good deed goes unpunished.
Hours after slamming the death of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who was shot to death at a gun range last weekend in Texas, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul issued a Facebook statement to clarify his earlier remarks. Paul had earlier tweeted, "Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that 'he who lives by the sword dies by the sword.' Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense." In a Facebook post meant to clarify the tweet, Paul wrote, "As a veteran, I certainly recognize that this weekend's violence and killing of Chris Kyle were a tragic and sad event." "My condolences and prayers go out to Mr. Kyles family. Unconstitutional and unnecessary wars have endless unintended consequences," Paul wrote in his post. "A policy of non-violence, as Christ preached, would have prevented this and similar tragedies." Paul's son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), told Breitbart News on Monday that Kyle was a "hero."
Disgusting behavior from both Ron Paul and Glenn Beck. The most hardline tea party leaders tearing each other to pieces with rude twitter comments.
Meanwhile, the leftist media gleefully smiles as a couple of the last few genuine conservatives with a voice in the country behave like clowns.
We need unity, not division. Ron Paul’s comment loses him a lot of support from the military, Glenn Beck’s comment loses him a lot of support from libertarians. This is absolutely the wrong time for this sort of infighting between pundits.
That’s a strawman. I don’t think Ron Paul supports Westboro Baptist.
How was Glenn Beck wrong? Ron Paul is acting like a member of that so-called “church” and he called him out on it.
I am sure he has no association with the Westboro creeps but he might as well be based on his horrific comment about this killing.
Shame on him and all who think his statement can be defended.
Ron Paul is the addled old man who said this sheep dip.
“Rand” Paul is his son.
Westboro Baptist Church’s message is that American soldiers deserve to die, and that their deaths are the wrath of god against America. Westboro Baptist Church are utterly despicable, almost so much so that it makes me wonder sometimes if some of them aren’t left-wingers trying to make Protestant Christians look bad.
What Ron Paul was getting at was that since America has chosen to fight wars he sees as unconstitutional, that the soldiers have brought unnecessary death upon themselves. But the way he presented it was quite rude and unpatriotic. I don’t think he was picketing funerals saying “Thank God for Dead Soldiers” though.
It kind of explained why Jon Stewart was always talking up Paul.
I used to be a Glenn Beck fan- and I have not ever really been a Ron Paul fan- BUT....
I had the exact same thought, to be honest.
I am a bit annoyed that this man did not do more to protect hismelf and keep himself safe.
Surely he must have known his enemy was going to look for an easy opportunity to kill him- AND to make it look like a kook with a gun did it.
I am not sure I believe the story- BUT, why would someone be helping someone else suffering from PTSD- at a gun range?
That is odd. I am mostly annoyed that a good American died- and I pray that the message hits home for these guys to take their lives and their safety very seriously right now.
Who’s a hardliner Tea Party person - Beck or Paul or both?
Contrary to what PaulBots think the military are not big supporters and who knows what Beck is or is not given his irrational thought process.
Never been a Beck fan, but ... he nailed this one.
Paul ✔ @RonPaul
"Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that "he who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense" 5:05 PM - 04 Feb 13
Beck says that he has received a lot of hate mail from Paulites claiming that Beck must not be patriotic.
Sadly, what a bunch of sick B_stards that those Paul followers must be.
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