Tuesday, May 18, 2010

What if, just what if, where do they draw the line?

I can't help but think where do they draw the line? Glenn Beck has said many times he hopes he is wrong but no one has yet been able to prove it or even challenge him on many of his claims. He recently asked America to agree with all our liberal screwball friends, yes Glenn Beck is nuts, but what if there's any truth to it, I know, I know, he's crazy, but what if any of it is true, does it matter?

I would like to pose a question to all the Liberal Screw Balls out there, all the Obama loving, Liberal/Progressive/Socialist nut jobs, where do you draw the line? At what point, is there a point, that you say, "uncle"?  I mean let's say you wake up one day and Cass Sunstein is pouring sterilization drugs into the Ghetto's drinking water, do you scream OMG!, Glenn was right or do you go along with it because Obama thinks it's a good idea?  If China calls us on our debt and we can't repay, then Obama tells them they can have the Midwest as repayment.  Is that acceptable or do you finally break it off?

This is intended as a serious question.  I really want to know if there is line that can be crossed or if you will simply follow this man and his agenda down any path no matter where it appears to be leading.  Is there something that would make you take pause and maybe listen a little more closely to what Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Neal Boortz, Mark Levin and all the others have been trying to get America to understand.  At what point do you remove the Obama 08 bumper sticker with a blow torch because you are so disgusted with what America is becoming.

This is not a Party thing, I'm not saying the Republican have all the answers, I just can't help but notice that no matter what he says, no matter what his people say or do there is a core group who will fight and defend it no matter what.  If Bush sneezed wrong the media was all over him, but it seems Obama and his ilk get away with anything.  I want to know where they draw the line, or if there is even a line at all.  This is a question we ought to have been asking back in 2008, but that's the past, let's look to the future while we still have a Constitution to look up to.  



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