Sunday, September 12, 2010

Glenn Beck: Find Faith in God, ANY God

Speaking before thousands in Anchorage last night, Sarah Palin introduced Glen Beck as having inspired millions to “know why we are an exceptional nation, know why we never have to apologize for being Americans.”

-- From "Palin, Beck Tell Alaskans Complacency Growing Since Sept. 11" by John McCormick, Bloomberg 9/12/10

Fox News commentator Glenn Beck and Tea Party heroine Sarah Palin told an audience yesterday in Alaska that the U.S. has grown complacent about protecting itself since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

The Anchorage event, on the ninth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, came two weeks after Beck and Palin appeared together at the “Restoring Honor” rally on the National Mall in Washington, where they urged hundreds of thousands gathered there to embrace traditional American values.

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From "Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck appear together in Anchorage" by Sean Cockerham, Anchorage Daily News 9/12/10

Beck spoke until after 11 p.m. He talked about history and the founding fathers. He called on people to find faith in God, any God, even if they find it on a mountaintop, and to have hope and charity. At one point he appeared to tear up, a trademark.

Beck prowled the stage, at turns sounding like a motivational speaker or a revivalist preacher. He said that individuals need to fill the breach and restore what he said has been lost in the nation throughout the years.

“We’re in trouble, the country is coming apart at the seams. And it’s not about the next election, it’s not about Barack Obama. It is about the fundamental values and principles that have been vanishing from our nation for a very long time. And the principles and values are easy to restore,” he said.

Palin walked through the crowd . . . One person asked her about the "mainstream media."

"The mainstream media has obviously a biased agenda against common-sense conservatives. That's no secret," Palin replied. "And we just happen to represent a lot of common-sense conservatives. And they just don't like it. So they make things up."

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