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Who does Glenn Beck support?

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Over the past year or so Glenn Beck has expressed his dislike for Woodrow Wilson for his big government, tax and spend policies.  At the same time, he talks about the depression of 1920 that no one knows about.  It was a very short-lived depression because the Harding/Coolidge administrations took drastic measures to help the economy.

What were these drastic measures?  They slashed spending by nearly 50% and cut taxes from 70% to under 24%.  And the result was the roaring twenties.  Prior to this election cycle Beck talked at length about getting spending under control to save the nation, otherwise, bye-bye, U.S.A.

Who is the only candidate advocating cutting spending and dramatically reducing taxes.  RON PAUL.  So why is Glenn Beck so against him?  He says its his foreign policy.  Not sure how Ron Paul’s foreign policy differs from Harding/Coolidge, who he so greatly admires, what is the issue?  In the 1920’s we not involved in multiple wars, nor did we have hundreds of foreign based bases.  Also, we weren’t occupying the middle east, so what is so different Glenn?  I hope you can take a closer look at what made America great and remember that there were Muslims back in the 20’s we just weren’t telling them what to do and occupying their land.


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  1. I always have held out hope that Glen was a rational individual at heart and not just the crank he is made out to be on TV. That is what disappoints me so to find out that he doesn’t support Dr. Paul. As you point out, it seems to be at odds with everything else he advocates, so one is left to wonder if there is something else going on in his head or in his pockets.


    January 26, 2012 at 2:30 am

  2. I gave up on Beck. He has a lot of good points.


    January 26, 2012 at 3:34 pm

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