Who is Glenn Beck and why would he attack Debra Medina?InformationLiberation
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Most people assume Glenn Beck is a conservative, the reality is politically he is a lot closer to Nancy Pelosi. In the videos below you will see him call for a massive new socialist VAT tax to "pay off the nation's debt," the same massive tax Nancy Pelosi called for a week earlier, you will see him say we need the banker bailout (which 95%+ of Americans rightfully opposed at the time), smear constitutionalists, and attack Ron Paul supporters.
Glenn Beck cons his audience into thinking he is conservative through bashing both parties and copying the rhetoric of Ron Paul and other Patriots, but at key times he stabs them in the back when it's a genuinely important issue, such as the banker bailout, Ron Paul's presidential run, and now the wonderful patriot Debra Medina's meteoric rise in the Texas Governors race.
Supporters of Glenn Beck must take heed, did you really love the policies of George Bush? Do you really want another Neocon ruling over you? Or do you want to return to the constitution and limited government?
Watch the videos below and ask yourself: Does this man really speak for me? - Chris, InformationLiberation
Glenn Beck is a Neo-Con, Not a Libertarian
Watch in Amazement as Glenn Beck Whores for Nancy Pelosi's VAT Tax
The VAT Tax is one of the most oppressive taxation schemes on the planet, keep in mind when they say they want to raise trillions with this tax that money is coming out of YOUR POCKETS. Also keep in mind the debt is owed to foreign bankers and "paying off the debt" will do nothing to help America.