The media types just don't get it. They don't get faith and family, it just confuses them.
Glenn is a passionate and inspirational speaker, and he has cultivated quite a following. I count myself among that group, and I loved my time in DC participating in this event. Quite a message in my view.
Faith, hope, charity, love, duty, honor, country, etc. perplexes the mainstream media. They also discount the movement because the majority of people are white (which means 'pariah' in Newspeak).The problem that barack hussein obama and his band of misfits, thugs, Muslims, communists and agitators have with this is that these people VOTE.
Good stuff, Nick. Thanks for posting. I enjoyed the black conservative woman who identified Americans as her brothers and sisters. Amen.
I was there with my 13 year old grandson. It is amazing the way the media tries to spin the message. I am so happy I made the trip and would do so in a heartbeat again.Glenn has a message for every one of us, no matter the race or the religion. People just need to open their ears.
What I took away from this video:The leftists will look right past the Black woman who proclaimed herself a "Registered Independent" and "I am not African, I am an American!" In fact, it's likely they will claim that she has some sort of Stockholm syndrome, because clearly she doesn't fit their interpretation of Blacks as a monolithic voting blog who can only find solace within the Democrat Party.Instead, of course, they will focus directly on the man who called out Islam as a religion that believes its purpose is to dominate the world, and that "If you're a good Muslim, you will kill Christians."
Solo, exactly ... but the question they will fail to ask is ... does the guy have a point? I mean, that's what the jihadis argue: They are the ones quoting the Koran.
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