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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Glenn Beck Program, October 21, 2010

Glenn said that he no longer believes the media.

He showed a list of various organizations that are boycotting Glenn’s program.

He stated that there are people in America that don’t believe in America.  There are people in America that want chaos in America’s streets.  These people are currently working to put a structure in place that will support their proposed solution.

When chaos comes, people will just want it to stop.  They will sign on to anyone who says they can do that.  At that point, they will not be asking if the solution is Constitutional

Which America do the viewers want?  He referenced a 1930s film, “It’s a Wonderful Life”.  In the movie, the Jimmy Stewart character gets to view what his city, Bedford Falls, would look like if he had never been born.  In this alternative version, the name of the city is Portersville, after a skinflint banker and was a much less desirable place to live and work.

We have a choice to determine if America is to remain a Bedford Falls country or to turn into a Portersville version.

Glenn feels the Bedford Falls version of America is real.  He met many of those people at his 8/28 rally.  To keep Bedford Falls from becoming Portersville, it falls to one man.  That man is you.

Glenn discussed the NAACP Report that declares the Tea Party is racist.  The report was commissioned by the NAACP and was done by two authors.  The authors were discussed and their past publications reviewed.  Their writings seemed to be one sided – that America was a racist country.  The details of this investigation can be found at ( ).

He showed a video clip of Annie Leonard, the lady that brought your children the anti-capitalist video “The Story of Stuff”.  She is now distributing “Loop Scoops” via PBS.  These are short cartoon vignettes with an ecofriendly message aimed a 6 – 9 year olds.  He also noted that this video series at PBS is funded partly with your tax money from the Environmental Protection Agency.

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