First listen to this clip:
(Source: Glen Beck via Media Matters)
I will not twist Mr. Beck’s brilliance to say anything besides what he said:
“Reformed rabbis are generally political in nature. It’s almost like Islam, radicalized Islam in a way, to where it is just — radicalized Islam is less about religion than it is about politics. When you look at the reform Judaism, it is more about politics. I’m not saying that they’re the same on … and they’re going to take it at that, but — stand in line.”
I will not take it “that way”…I will take it at face value. My religious experience is all about politics. Nothing to do with God, Israel (people and land) or Torah. Nope, nothing what-so-ever.
I am so pleased that Mr. Beck and his associates have cleared up that calling a person a Nazi is ok because someone else did it. It is a great thing that the “NaaNaa Bo Bo” form of journalism is so pervasive in our society.
It is a wonder we are not all Nazis at this point…but again, I said I would take this at face value. I must go back to being a member of Radical Islama political body, not a religious one.
Finally, I am also pleased that after the brilliant rally to Restore Honor, with themes of personal freedom and true democratic values the Glenn Beck show now questions that the United States is an open society. In that it isn’t in the Constitution, it isn’t part of our society.
Thank you Mr. Beck for explaining this to me in such an illustrative manner and to EV for alerting me to this extremely important segment of radio that is permitted by Free Speech within our non-open society.
(Attention Mr. Beck or producers: If you want to quote this article as proof that the Liberal Jewish community does not respect your point of view, be my guest. But I will not give you the right to use my blogger call letters. Rather use my real name Donald C Cutler of New York, NY.)