EVIL has Three Faces: Wilson, F. Roosevelt and Obama (Beck video)
Posted May 28, 2010on:
This is a MUST SEE video of Glen Becks May 27, 2010 show. I call it : EVIL Has Three Faces . They are President Wilson, President Roosevelt and President Obama. In this video of the May 27, 2010 show on FOXNEWS Beck outlines the methods used to begin the destruction of the United States of America by these three Presidents. He shows their Progressive ideology and how each President used that ideology to advance towards socialism in America.
I knew little of President Wilson until Glenn Beck brought him to my attention. What little I did know I didn’t like but now I understand why Beck hates him so much.
President Roosevelt however was a different matter. I grew up hearing him being praised by my grandparents and parents. You would think then that I too would feel this way, but even in my teens when I certainly didn’t know enough about world affairs to understand the nuances of politics under Roosevelt I still disliked the man and always “knew” he had been bad for our country. Later in college I studied enough American history to be appalled at what he had done. I remember trying to explain to my father that Social Security was a bad thing. I couldn’t understand why just being bad mannered enough to get old should give people a reward! Why couldn’t the government just help maybe the poor elderly who could no longer work? Something like the medical clinics for the poor only that Roosevelt started.
(Then we had President Lyndon Johnson and his Great Society. Medicare was set up not for the people but for the medical and insurance industry. Beck seems to give Johnson a pass on the evil scale with hardly any mention of him. I say a great deal on this site about Johnson and would include him in this analysis of the Progressive’s movement and where it has and is taking our country).
Of course you who have been reading this blog know that I made exposing Obama my mission from the time I knew for sure that he was going to be a Presidential candidate. You see I was a follower of Martin Luther King and to Mr. King a man’s character was all. One’s character can be determined many ways but most effectively by knowing and understanding what and who his associates and friends are. This person who came out of nowhere and whose life was shrouded in secrecy and discrepancies I determined was one of no character. he was elected and in the 18 months of his presidency I have only consolidated my opinion. BB