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Christianity Thomas on 01 Oct 2009 01:11 am

According to Glenn Beck, atheists are to blame for all of America’s problems

According to Glenn Beck, atheists are to blame for all of America’s problems:

14 Responses to “According to Glenn Beck, atheists are to blame for all of America’s problems”

  1. on 01 Oct 2009 at 6:32 am 1.Lucid said …

    Glen beck is a moron….

    fox news is the real evil.

  2. on 01 Oct 2009 at 6:32 am 2.Lucid said …

    http://beinglucid.blogspot.com/

  3. on 01 Oct 2009 at 9:23 am 3.spammy said …

    yup, forget moron, he’s just stupid, and i have no tolerance for stupid. and don’t get me started on fake news channel

  4. on 01 Oct 2009 at 9:35 am 4.Krystle said …

    Sounds like the Lewis Prothero speech at the beginning of V For Vendetta. Creepy and ignorant!

  5. on 01 Oct 2009 at 10:24 am 5.Icepick said …

    He actually makes a living telling people good news and making it sound bad?

    I just can’t fathom the ignorant sheeple that waste their precious hours on this earth listening to that putz and the network that supports him.

    If we’re lucky, we ARE actually wrong and he’ll get raptured out of here real soon.

  6. on 01 Oct 2009 at 12:16 pm 6.Jessica Sideways said …

    This is the first time I have seen Glenn Beck and I feel sadness for him. I feel sad that our public school system has failed him so horribly. Or maybe he is willfully ignorant after many years in the Jesus cult.

  7. on 01 Oct 2009 at 12:59 pm 7.Burebista said …

    Obviously there are a lot of knee-jerk reactions simply because Beck is the one speaking. He didn’t state atheism is the problem but rather the secular progressives who attempt to remove every sign of religion from the public. He questioned if one group was atheist. Some of them are RELGIOUS GROUPS……… look it up.
    It was Jefferson who claimed “we are endowed by our creator”, not the government. Sorry SPs, but you cannot change the DI (nor you ACLU). Rather than attempting to remove a cross from a hill in the desert let’s do something about school kids singing songs of praise to Obama. Let’s force Obama to make a decision on Afghanistan. You know, the important things?
    I had to check to make sure Mao wasn’t in power. I caught a video yesterday of a group PRAYING to Obama. In Obama I will trust? Not for me.
    I love Beck! He pisses-off Rs as much as Ds and he is one of the few that has the courage and the presence to do so. Enough with journalist who get the tingly feeling in there leg when Obama speaks. I just get nauseas because I realize that is all he has got. The leadership in America is our greatest crisis.

  8. on 01 Oct 2009 at 1:45 pm 8.Shane said …

    I think very vocal, very uninformed fools like Burebista are the problem.

  9. on 01 Oct 2009 at 3:07 pm 9.The Big Blue Frog said …

    It never ceases to amaze me how many people think the Declaration of Independence is a statement of law, like the Constitution. The Declaration was simply a statement to Britain and the world that we were fed up and no longer wanted to be crown citizens. It was never meant to be the basis of any legal or political system. To say otherwise is to claim that a resignation letter is a business plan.

    Even so, Jefferson’s “creator” was not the God of Christianity, Judaism or any other organized religion. He was a disinterested initiator of natural processes, barely more substantial than Einstein’s pantheistic “god.”

  10. on 01 Oct 2009 at 4:12 pm 10.AntiRoss said …

    Mao?
    Hyperbole!

    And the greatest crisis is not the leadership, but the vast amount of people who are swayed by fear, and are complacent in their ignorance.
    You simply can’t have an informed opinion by watching TV news.

  11. on 01 Oct 2009 at 4:25 pm 11.Lou said …

    Like the constitution? We don’t use that document any longer so how is it different than the Declaration?

    Frog you are just a flat out liar. Read a biography on Jefferson, not a blog. TJ was a deist, he also was a supporter of limited governemnt and state rights unlike Hamilton. He sure didn’t believe our rights were derived by the government.

    The Delaration is also apllicable in constitutional law just like other correspondence of our founders. If it wasn’t,the separation of church and state would have no legs.

  12. on 01 Oct 2009 at 5:33 pm 12.Snowflake said …

    I have a question – if godlessness is the root of our nation’s problems, and a return to faith in the Christian God will have a beneficial effect on our country and the lives of its citizens, then what if it isn’t true?

    An honest Christian must allow for the fact that their belief system could be wrong, even if they believe strongly in it (just as the honest atheist must allow for the possibility that a god exists, even if they don’t believe it to be so.) So should the country focus on Christian-based policy and law enforcement founded on Biblical rules? What if the Bible isn’t a “true” document? Then should government still be influenced by it?

    Or is the argument that we are becoming an immoral nation, and Christianity is required to define the morality we need to “get back”? Many of the rules for ethical behavior in the Bible are actually positive (certainly not all of them). But are any of them such unique and innovative ideas that they need to come from the Bible? Do we need a religious text to tell us not to kill each other? If so, does that necessitate following other rules from the same text, like not worshiping false idols, or not eating shellfish?

  13. on 07 Oct 2009 at 7:17 pm 13.Just Some Guy said …

    Wow he’s even crazier than the last time I checked.

    Time to up his meds.

  14. on 08 Oct 2009 at 11:48 am 14.Kafer in Paradise said …

    I have to admit that the Obama songs are a bit too much. On another note, according to Beck, the US is a super power because of its Godly founded principals? Hmmm. I wonder why Saudi Arabia is not. I guess God hates amputees and Saudis…Go ahead Beck, continue the manipulation process of the idiots that think you are not a moron. We need to work on dealing with a diversified population in this country, not on how we keep it Christian or otherwise. What a narrow minded approach..

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