I will very proudly tell anybody that I love listening to Glenn Beck. I try to purchase every book that he writes or recommends. Glenn Beck has had some major obstacles that he’s overcome in his life and he’s very smart. His views are similar to my own and I enjoy hearing his perspective. Every morning at work I listen to his program from 9 to Noon, at least when I’m at my desk.
This morning Glenn told a rather sad story about trying to enjoy an evening with his family and instead he had to deal with a crowd of classless, brainless drones. Please take the time to read about how the loving liberal left accosted Glenn and his family as they tried to enjoy a movie in the park: http://www.glennbeck.com/2011/06/28/courage-in-the-face-of-cowards/
This reminds me of when I was in school. I think that I was in fifth grade and us girls were in the locker room waiting for the bell to release us after gym class. My best friend and I were chatting when we noticed that everybody else seemed to be huddled around this one girl. We didn’t know what was going on, until we heard some horrible things being said to her (I can’t remember now what they were) and they were actually kicking her! I stood up and told the girls to leave her alone. I tried to get in there, but they were kicking me as well. I ran into the gym teacher’s office and told her what was going on. She came out and lit into those girls lickety-split. I wasn’t very popular after that, obviously, but that girl sure did remember my friend and I. She ended up moving to a neighboring district and years later we would still hear how she had nothing but words of praise for me and my friend. When I think that it doesn’t matter because one person can’t make a difference I have to stop and remind myself of this story. All it takes is courage to stand up for what’s right. If you let the evil forces kick you down then nobody wins. God will eventually make the evil doers pay for the destruction they are creating, but in the mean time you must stand up!