Glenn Beck Is Inciting His Viewers to Break The Law

May 31, 2009 at 12:34 pm | Posted in American politics | 4 Comments

That’s what it comes down to it.

“I want to be clear on one thing, I am not advocating that people should not pay their income tax. This is a spooky, spooky area. […] But what, if for argument’s sake, a million Americans intentionally did not pay their taxes?”

Does Mr. Beck, as a Mormon, need a reminder in the 13 Articles of Faith? Why does he incite his viewers to willfully violate the laws of the nation in which they reside?



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  1. Do you know that Beck has endorsed your beloved George Wythe University?


  2. MY beloved George Wythe University? Dude, GW, Mormons are not monolithic. The George Wythe University is a laughingstock in my eyes. It certainly is not beloved.

  3. Dude, I was being sarcastic.

  4. Right, and I appreciate your blog and its stance but I’m just confused as to where you get the impression it is MY beloved George Wythe University. That’s all.

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