Didn't we expect our message to eventually go mainstream? I know I did... Wasn't that the original goal?Submitted by October2007 on Thu, 03/19/2009 - 21:31
I understand that many of you find it aggravating to now see Glenn Beck preach the message of freedom and liberty to millions of television viewers... I understand your frustration. Where was he during the 2008 presidential campaign? I get it.
Some people are calling him a shameless self-promoter who sees an opportunity for recently re-branding himself towards a more libertarian philosophy. Granted, he's still pro-war and doesn't understand the importance of a sensible foreign policy... But for all we know that might change in the near future... I don't know.
I however don't see the harm. As long as this supposed phony self-promoter talks about our anti-Fed, anti-politician, anti-global government, anti-one world currency, anti-big government, and pro-constitution message, I'm all for it.
I couldn't care less about his personality. I'm just glad that he's waking many people up to many of the same subjects we preach.
I think that this will only help the Campaign for Liberty recruit more people and get our freedom message even more into the mainstream. The mere fact that Fox News is even allowing him to air this stuff, is a sign that we're winning. I mean, didn't we expect our message to eventually go mainstream? I know I did. That was the goal!
So now to my question: Could someone please share with us in detail a possible scenario of what Glenn Beck could say or do that would get people to stop learning the powerful freedom message that we all understand and preach?
I want to understand what some think he could actually do to stop the freedom message from growing... I mean, I know I'm not going to stop spreading the message... Why would I?