The Beck Thing

The Beck Thing

Candidly folks, I am uncomfortable with what I am about to say. Like Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment of never speaking badly about a fellow Republican, I never speak-out against fellow conservatives. With the Left lead by Obama daily assaulting our freedoms, principles and values, the last thing we should be doing is wasting time beating up on each other.

Glenn Beck has left the GOP. Unfortunately, he is encouraging conservatives to follow his lead. I love Glenn, but I think his thinking is a bit off on this; unwise, emotion driven and irresponsible.

We’re all angry and frustrated with the GOP. But a huge election is coming in less than two years. Going for a third party right now will insure a Democrat far left liberal winning the White House.

I realize frustrated conservatives are saying there is not much difference between the Dems and the Republicans. While admittedly not enough of a difference, there is a difference. Beck and other conservative power brokers should vow to do everything in their power to ensure that the GOP presidential nominee is a conservative.

Now, if I can just talk some sense into my feisty, angry, feed up with the GOP, part Cherokee, part Irish Conservative wife who wants to go third party. How do you tell your wife she’s wrong?

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American
Chairman, Conservative Campaign Committee

1 comment for “The Beck Thing

  1. March 24, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    What I miss, not watching his show…the last time I checked, in a book, GB was saying he didn’t belong to either party. But then, the last time I checked, in a book, he was also expressing the only really rational view of the role of insurance in the medical care system that I’ve read. Why should 2016 be about who sits next to whom in the cafeteria? Why not about the most sensible way to reduce unnecessary medical care expense, such that we can afford to offer a safety net for those who really need it?

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