I am sympathetic to a point because I was wear he (alleges) he is at one point, minus the media empire. Further , I have to give him credit for starting me off down this path. However, when most of us had our awakening, our first instinct was not to hector others that had been in the liberty movement ahead of us, but rather had a sense of humility about it and felt silly/ashamed about our past views. Of course, we also didn't have to deal with as much flak as Beck is now, assuming he is sincere. I am willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, but he has to get off of his high horse calling people Nazis and fascists. That really made no sense, btw. It was almost teenagerish the way he used those slurs so haphazardly against people that disagree with him. I have never heard him honestly debate a libertarian like Tom Woods on our foreign policy, specifically as it relates to Iran or Israel. It is always discussed in his little echo chamber with his two sarcastic toadies. Also, he might consider following his own advice in the future and not refer to those with whom he disagrees on foreign policies as "loons" "insane" and "crazy uncle". I am certainly willing to personally let bygones be bygones, but he has to understand that those in the liberty movement are reasonable to question the sincerity of a man that asserts he loves liberty and was just months ago running down Ron Paul and praising Mitt Romney. He should engage in these discussions with libertarians publicly so we can understand better where he is coming from and he should show the same mercy to libertarians that don't readily accept him as what he appears to be asking for here.
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