Christians Join Glenn Beck Boycott

Glenn Beck pleads for one more chance with Fox execs.

First, nearly all of his American advertisers fled when he called President Obama “a racist” with “a deep seated hatred for white people”. Next, he lost all of the sponsors on his United Kingdom broadcasts. Now, Christians are boycotting Glenn Beck as a consequence of his urging of audience members to leave their churches if they promote “social justice”. The liberal evangelical leader, Jim Wallis of Washington D.C. feels that Beck’s shows are unlistenable and unwatchable and he said,

What he has said attacks the very heart of our Christian faith and Christians should no longer watch his show.

Last week Glenn Beck told his radio audience to search for certain “code words” on the websites of their churches. He told them that if they found such terms as “social justice” and “economic justice” then they should leave their church. The reason to leave he said, was because those words indicate that the church supports socialism or communism or Nazism. More specifically, Glenn Beck said,

I beg you, look for the words ‘social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words. Now, am I advising people to leave their church? Yes!

Someone over at the Fox network should have advised their resident lunatic that Christians do not take lightly to attacks upon their faith. But would it have made any difference? Probably not. Glenn Beck is merely a cartoonish oaf that seems to lack the ability to think through a subject before vomiting it out of his pie hole. And to carry the analogy a bit further, the network is then left to clean up his mess.

Faith bashing however, may prove to be Glenn Beck’s final insult. With the loss of church goers to go along with the loss of people of color and mainstream sponsors, Beck is left only with an audience of flash in the pan fanatical Tea-Baggers. Methinks the end is near. Perhaps we should thank GOD.

Please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with this newly penned song parody. Please enjoy.

Beth song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uABnCLr4Pp0

BECK

(sung to the Kiss song “Beth”)

Beck we hear you calling
We can hear you droning now
We don’t care what you’re saying
You are simply background sound

Just a few more hours
And we’ll be all done with you
Boycotts have ratings falling
Oh, Beck what can you do?
Beck what can you do?

Your skull is so damn empty
A receding, balding dome
Soon you’ll be somewhere else
But you’re sure to be alone

The Fox Network powers
Will soon be all done with you
I think I hear them calling
Oh, Beck what can you do?
Beck what can you do?

(musical interlude)

Beck, we know you’re lonely
And you’re really in a plight
‘Cuz your last show will be broadcasting tonight.

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Posted on March 16, 2010, in Fox News, Glenn Beck, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. The idea of Christians giving in wealth redistibution is a pillar of Christianity. In fact, Jesus tells us above all things, love one another and to live in harmony with the rest of mankind. I don’t know what I would do if it weren’t for my church helping me and my family.

    I rage against Ann Coulter, Bill O’Reilly, and Sean Hannity because these are the gay bashers, the liberal bashers (I’m not saying I support gay marriage), and all the while they’re doing this, they run around with their hands held high screaming at the top of their lungs, “I’m a Christian. I said that Timothy McVeigh should have blown up the New York Times building, but I’m a Christian!”

    These people really should take a long look in the mirror (Acts 8,0).

  2. Wonderful article Lynnrockets!

    I totally agree, he attacks the Christian Community without having 100% knowledge why it is there. What he’s talking is superficial and no real strong foundation behind.

  3. Good question. This is where my political and moral ideals clash. I am a libertarian in the sense that I do not like either party. I know people who all day long watch Fox News. I’ve asked them, “do you watch anything else besides Fox News?” They cannot give me an honest answer. Getting your news from one source really has a way of polarizing your opinions.

    Social programs like welfare, while they have their good intentions, put the United States in debt. I say this because we borrow our money from the Federal Reserve and this money has to be paid back with our taxes. If we could do away with the Federal Reserve and make our programs based on an honest taxation program, I would be more in favor of that.

    But like I’ve said before, we need to do away with our foreign policy. At over a $1 trillion dollars a year, it is draining our economy.

    As for social injustice – aboslutly not. To say that I am would make me no better than Ann Coulter. She herself has said that she is a “mean-spirited, bigoted conservative”. While I believe that the government did the right thing in ensuring the right of the woman’s and peoples of color the right to vote, and other civil liberty issues, etc., I do not believe that reverse discrimination has had a positive effect.

    Racism is a desease of the heart and no matter how many reverse discrimination laws you want to pass, the ultimate factor in changing someone’s heart is their conscience.

  4. I hope his contract isn’t as rich as Limbaugh’s. With all the advertisers who have pulled their ads from his “show,” it’s amazing he is on the air at all.

  5. Who wants to be a millionaire?

    Beck only stumbled in-high as a kite-to a Mormon church because he needed help with his demons (they want money!), or rather, because booze and drugs weren’t making the demons go away.

    Now that he’s sober, and filling out his own tax forms, it must be unbearable to discover that the church is also after his money-just like the government!

    One would think that an ardent history student like Beck would have discovered that Nazis and Communists shared his disdain for organized religion-no tithes or collection plates for them!

    Jim Wallis is a good guy; hopefully he can help Beck.

  6. if you’re against “social justice”, are you therefore in favor of “social injustice”
    Best argument I’ve heard on this subject.

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