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Chuck Baldwin’s Revolting State of Radicalism Throws Beck and Palin Under the Bus

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Posted on September 1 2010 9:00 pm
A life-long conservative Reagan Girl and conservative feminist, Lisa holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. Lisa is a staunch, unapologetic, Christian supporter and defender of Israel, who considers herself a spiritual Jew. Lisa resides in CT with her family and assortment of rescued pets.

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Some Libertarians Believe Palin and Beck are Neocon Nightmares Conning the Tea Party

Baptist libertarian conservative Dr. Chuck Baldwin insists America does not need a movement to restore this nation; tea partiers cannot change anything wrong in America, because America needs a full-scale state revolution.  But first, Baldwin wants Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin to get lost.

Most Americans want states to regain Constitutional state’s rights, Baldwin, however, wants a libertarian revolution led by Ron Paul, not Beck and Palin or the Pea Party.

Baldwin’s latest column at chuckbaldwinlive.com calls for state revolts that must combine with the Ron Paul Revolution in order to create an all-out revolution of the states. Baldwin says for this to come about, Americans must join Ron Paul’s Revolution and stop listening to Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin.

Baldwin’s demands are more leftist in tone–tell Americans what they must do, not do what they individually choose. In that case, let’s hurl each individual’s right to classical free-thinking (something Christians staunchly believe, because it’s Natural Law) under the bus while we’re at it.

Given the fact Christians, like Palin, maintain Israel’s right to defend herself and Ron Paul does not, should cause a Baptist preacher like Baldwin to reject many aspects of Paul’s revolution.

Instead, Baldwin, a radical Ron Paul revolter and favorite choice for Ron Paul’s presidential running mate, throws conservatives Sarah Palin (a fellow Evangelical Christian) and Glenn Beck  under the bus.  Palin and Beck are painted as nothing more than clueless pseudo-Patrick Henry-ites, Baldwin insists, refuse to be like Henry: start a real revolution like Henry asked for over 200 years-ago:

Mark my words: Palin and Beck may see themselves as part of a conservative ‘movement,’ but they want nothing to do with an old-fashioned, honest-to-God, Patrick Henry-style revolution.  In fact, they are doing everything in their power to keep such a revolution from taking place.  This does not mean that Palin and Beck do not contribute some good things to freedom’s fight.  They do.  The problem is, for every good thing they contribute they counterbalance it by supporting establishment principals, such as John McCain and Newt Gingrich, and attacking non-establishment players and ideas, which serves only to keep the Big-Government power structure firmly ensconced in Washington, D.C.

Did Baldwin watch the Restoring Honor Rally?  Beck focused mainly on God and Christian values espoused by the Founders, while standing against Marxism.  Baldwin should be glad someone like Beck stands up against socialism invading every aspect of America.

David Horowitz notes:

There is no figure on the public scene who has done more to educate millions of Americans as to the nature of this neo-communist left than the leader of Saturday’s demonstration: Glenn Beck.

Beck stands against establishment politicians, never attacking non-establishment players, rather, asking for Constitutional “Refounders” to take America back, restore Founding principles, just without the actual shedding of blood.

The anti-Beck/anti-Palin Baldwin agrees with conservatives who refer to both as  “Judas Goats” infiltrating conservatism, asserting Beck and Palin concocted a diluted neocon compromise of celebrity that is

…the influence of globalists and neocons upon national and international politics that the likes of Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck simply do not get–or do not want to get.  And because many Tea Partiers are so enamored with these two (and allow them to do much of their thinking for them), they remain clueless as well.

Clueless of what?

Beck and Palin encourage Americans to take a stand: elect leaders with founding principles.  If Beck and Palin are not chastised for their fame and faiths, labeled as phony tactics contrived to energize crowds, they are deemed racists by leftists.

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