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Glenn Beck's Common Sense: The Case Against an Out-of-Control Government, Inspired by Thomas Paine Viewed 196,339 timesBy: Daniel Felsted
Published for Logan, Utah (Area-Info.net Mar. 14, 2012)
"They have set our house on fire and blocked the exits, all the while convincing us that there is nothing to fear because they are the fire department." is a true statement about our lulled situation. Are we ready to hear and act? I'd hope so, but alas, we've not seen enough pain to act.
Though "the cause of America is in great measure the cause of mankind," we still want our easy life, our comfort, our TV our NFL. Wake up, it is almost too late to reclaim our American dream. Hegel, Marx and the like would be smiling if they knew where we stood in the Hegelian Dialectic.
The only way I see out of this is to learn history, learn from the greats that showed us the way. Learn the lessons they taught. Do something for your children, your grand children, even your great-grand children. Become independent. Educate yourself. Read only quality books. Demand better of yourself. Get an open mind and learn from everyone around you not only the closed mindedness you identify with.
Get the original version of Common Sense by Thomas Paine and read/hear what he had to say.
Glen Beck's version of Common Sense is worth the read but you'd be better served reading and learning to understand the original. That will lead you to a real education.
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