No Teabagger, Glenn Beck is a Teabag

GolemWe’ve been calling them teabaggers, the impulsive naysayers to reform and a rededicated social conscience; so named because they decry “taxation without representation.” Having lost the election of 2008, their idiocy is no longer represented in Washington by someone they feel they can share a beer with. So they hold “tea parties,” minus the jettisoning of capitalist goods. They protest all government spending, question Barack Obama’s birth certificate, and rail against immigrants, socialism, and the decline of White America. We call them “Teabaggers,” but the term conjures an unmerited sexual act. We should call them “Teabags” instead. I’d like a dittohead wingnut nickname that sounds more like scumbag.

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3 Responses to No Teabagger, Glenn Beck is a Teabag

  1. Avatar Dennis says:

    Americans need to wake up the fact that Beck is simply another opinion pushing charlatan who is a product of mormon cult theology and he mixes this with his personal make up as a dry alcoholic. And for the record, he is a Mormon and not a Christian.

    As someone with a graduate degree in religion, I can say with all qualifications that Mormonism fits all parameters of a cult and has none of the parameters of a religion. A cult is any group (regardless of its size) that interprets the doctrines of a religion in an unorthodox fashion. The problem here is the fact the most Christians do not understand the difference and they easily fall for the lies of Mormon missionaries when they come to one’s door.

    On Beck’s radio show and Fox Network program he consistent demonstrates all the unstable behaviors of a dry alcoholic which include grandiosity, judgmentalism, intolerance, impulsivity, ADD and indecisiveness.

    Alongside that reality, Glenn Beck does not possess a single ounce of journalistic integrity, has no college degree, has no qualifications and he is definitely not a true conservative. But then, what can anyone expect from someone who can’t find anything filthier than their own personal reflection.

    Since people like Beck cannot survive on the basis of any personal merits, they survive by putting others down with lies and half truths in order to feel good about themselves. The truth about Beck is that he a dry mormon alcoholic who never got the counseling required for alcoholics.

    To further complicate things and confuse people, Beck flippantly throws around Christian terms like “God”, “Jesus”,”Holy Spirit” as well as voices of other so called “Spirit Powers” on his radio talk show.

    Beck is a mormon in active standing with the mormon church and is not a Christian. Mormonism teaches many gods, that the god of the earth was once a man who attained godhood status, there is no trinity, the cross of Christ means nothing and that Jesus Christ and Satan were brothers.

    Because Beck does not possess a single ounce of journalistic integrity, he is the perfect abortion poster child for Fox Network. The people who love what Beck says are no different than the impressionable sheep who loved every speech made by Adolph Hitler in his early years when he brought Germany into an era of economic prosperity These same sheep also blindly followed Hitler into one of the darkest chapters of world history. Beck and the Fox Network both cater to the same lowest common denominator of demagoguery.

    Beck would not know the first thing about God as he is a mormon. Someone should ask him which of the many mormon gods he kept talking about during his argument with himself on Saturday on the square in DC.

    Like a typical dry alcoholic, Beck even lied on national television when he spoke about holding a document signed by George Washington. That event never took Place. Unfortunately, people who love being led around by the nose do not realize that Beck is talking about a different god than that of Christianity, Judaism or Islam and that he has been a product of mormonism cultism from the day he started doing a radio talk show as an opinion pusher.

    You don’t have to have a degree in psychology to see that he exhibits all the signs of a dry alcoholic. The only reason this unstable impressionable idiot fell into mormonism was because the woman he wanted to have sex with would not do so unless they got first got married and from that point, they joined the mormon cult. Glenn Beck is as big a charlatan as Joseph Smith or that 5th grade graduate (Charles T Russell) who started the Jehovah’s Witness cult. This is Glenn Beck in a very accurate and concise nutshell.

    Considering the fact that Becks personal views are extreme Marxist Libertarian, his form of patriotism is false and he is a person who has no real substance or depth. It will not surprise many of us when Beck’s next big thing is to come out of the closet and announce his homosexuality to the nation.

    Simply put…he is just another predatory neocon who is pushing the buttons of very ignorant & impressionable people who love being told what to think and believe. We live in a period of history where it has become very socially acceptable to be stupid and follow extremist idiots like Glenn Beck, Adolph Hitler, Sarah Palin, Karl Rove, Dick Cheney and Rush Limbaugh. Chicanery and lies are their middle names.

  2. Avatar Brother Jonah says:

    Defining individual Christians by their church affiliations would make Cheney and Bush “Real” Christians, and the guy who was attacked at Ground Zero for wearing paraphernalia of the Rastafarian Church (he “looked” Muslim) or the Catholic Tariq Aziz to be “not REAL Christians”, defined by the same rules.

    Defining someone by his church affiliation, contrasted to his constant anti-Christian behavior (christian meaning “trying to be like Jesus” or at least act like Him on as many occasions as possible) is actually a part of the Pauline Doctrine, where one doesn’t take fellow church members before the Pagan Imperial Court for redress, but to the deacons and the congregation of the Church. Notice, too, that it’s not to any pastor, or bishop… but before the congregation.

    Expanding it to “judging whole churches” leaves us wide open for other people to do the same thing right back to us.

    Sticky situation, yes? Even if it’s started with judging all Generic Episcopalian/Presbyterian Protestants because of George W. it starts to spin out of control. Or the Methodist Church because of his Idolatrous Temple presidential library being placed on the campus (and Methodist Church Property) at Southern Methodist University. Then expanding to the rest.

    In the Pauline Doctrine, religion is a deeply personal relationship, a Priesthood of the Believer. It’s a privilege and a duty shared by all, even those who aren’t of any church or even those who aren’t Christian.

  3. Avatar Brother Jonah says:

    Something like “Who Would Jesus Kill?” or “Who Would Jesus Bomb The Living Dogshit out of?”
    At least it gets the conversation flowing but without starting with a generic putdown toward half the world, and those who normally communicate with chanted slogans have to use actual sentences and paragraphs to define what they want to say. Turns on the synapses in the brain and actually makes the people THINK. Chanting turns off synapses and works like opium.

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