Glenn Beck’s American Revival

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BECK: What was it that Barack Obama said yesterday, besides Cancun? He said we’re now living in a world where borders have no meaning.

STU: Not defined by our border.

OBAMA: "Your visit speaks to the truth of our time. North America and the world. The 21st century we are defined not by our borders."

BECK: Not by our borders.

OBAMA: "So I say to you, and to the Mexican people, let us stand together."

BECK: Why did he point out the Mexican people, why is not just the people?

PAT: Aren’t we all citizens of the world?

BECK: You earthlings, and I’d like to thank all the earthlings for helping us out.

STU: Let’s have all of America and all of Mexico stand up against one of our states, because that’s —

BECK: Let’s —

PAT: Let’s all gang up on Arizona.

BECK: We’re not defined by the border but they are. They are. I’ve never been for a border fence, but I think maybe we should have one around those, those evil racists in Arizona. I’m about to move to Arizona. All right. So here is the First Lady before she put on that beautiful, very beautiful cheap dress. Here she is in front of kids and the media is concentrating on this one child saying, "Hey, my mom — my mom doesn’t have papers."

VOICE: "My mom said, I think she says that Barack Obama is taking everybody away that doesn’t have papers."

STU: I love that. "My mom says that Barack Obama is taking everybody away who doesn’t have papers."

PAT: First of all, honey, your mom’s telling you lies. Barack Obama is not doing that.

OBAMA: "That’s something we have to work on, right, to make sure people –"

PAT: She goes along with it.

OBAMA: "That people can be here with the right kind of papers, right. That’s exactly right.

VOICE: "She doesn’t have papers."

OBAMA: "Yeah, well we have to work on that. We have to fix that."

BECK: Nobody picks up on this. Yeah, but my mom doesn’t have papers.

PAT: We have to work on that. We have to fix that.

BECK: We have to work on that. We have to fix it. We just fixed it — did you see Barack’s aunt? She’s here without papers. They kicked her out of the country three or four times. Fixed it. When I say "we," we have nothing whatsoever to do with it, nothing at all. Pure sheer coincidence that the president has an illegal alien in the family that has been told by a judge to leave numerous times. And then he becomes President of the United States and let’s be quiet. What? So we’re going to fix that, honey. We’re going to fix that. Yeah, but my mommy doesn’t have paper. But we’ll fix it.

PAT: She won’t need it soon.

BECK: Because we’re all citizens of the world.

PAT: No borders. Borders don’t define us. We’re not defined by borders.

BECK: What are we defined by?

PAT: We’re defined by being humans. Humans.

BECK: Human —

PAT: By being part of a collective.

BECK: Human rights. We’re all humans. Human rights. This is what leads to slaughter every time. Human rights. We’re not defined by anything but human rights. Because as soon as something becomes bad for the collective, it must be stopped for the good of all. These are the people that will say, yes, we’ll kill every little bunny rabbit on the face of the earth. Kill them all if it’s good for the collective whatever. Actually, I think they would be more apt to say: We’re going to put all the humans down if it hurts all the bunny rabbits. The collective right idea leads to death every time. It has to. Because you have to say, well what is good for the many. That’s why our founders worked so hard on individual rights. That’s why — that’s what this revival that’s happening in America must be about. Human rights. Yes, there are human rights. Basic human rights. That’s what slavery was about. Slavery was about equal justice. The Civil War, equal justice. There are human rights. You don’t have slaves. Period. Now, social justice says some people are worth more than others. Well, that’s what you got out of with slavery. No, everybody’s the same. You have basic human rights. But that’s where it stops. What you do with it is your individual choice. Human rights. You have a right to live. You have a right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness. Period. What you do with it is your individual right. And there is no talk about the collective here. Because somebody has to decide what’s best for the collective. Never works out well. Never. Never works out well.