Skip to comments.GLENN BECK TV THREAD! (8 April 2010)
Posted on 04/08/2010 1:37:42 PM PDT by combat_boots
Welcome to the GLENN BECK television thread...Stand. Never give up. Never give in. We are another day closer to the 2010 elections. All Beckerheads, infidels, sick twisted freaks, ilks and lurkers are welcome and are encouraged to participate in the thread. Beck: "Use truth as your anvil and non-violence as your hammer. And anything that does not stand the test when it is brought to the anvil of truth and hammered with non-violence, REJECT IT."
Darn I just got in!!! I hope they rebroadcast this show this weekend so I can DVR it.
My reading list is growing, AGAIN!
The founders risked all and they were a pretty diverse group in their own right.
In truth, reading lists should never end....
This show IS outstanding. MUST watch TV. Did anyone catch the names of the books he held up? I was a little late to the show.
I believe they rebroadcast at 2AM (est). Adjust your DVR for your time zone. Well worth it.
Come on they were a bunch of slave owning, gun toting, greedy white guys./sarcoff
Hope we can have some of that in our time. This is the biggest need for a Re-Founding since then.
Very true. Unfortunately my time is usually very tight.
If I heard right, Patty Ann Brown just called Chris Wallace Chris Matthews.
Wallace didn’t acknowledge the mistake.
They were NOT perfect at all, just like other greats of history. Many of them set the stages to end slavery.
Time is something that we can never have enough of. Being mortal and all;>)
Go to Barton’s website www.wallbuilders.com and look under the library heading.
“In the Year of Our Lord Christ.”-—Thomas Jefferson.
Where has this man been - I have never heard of him. What a treasure of info!
BTW. I see the idiots are already rushing to claim Beck supports Romney.
Its not what he actually says but honesty isn’t a strong suit with Beck haters from either side.
Yeah, I thought it was funny. Wonder what was said off camera after the fact.
They weren’t all wildly wealthy either.
I recently watched a show about Mount Vernon and it appears that Jefferson really cut corners and pinched pennies to build the place.
Must have had a tickling of sorts.
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