Got My new HOPE T-shirt


My wife and I were watching Founders Friday two weeks ago and I mentioned that I liked these “HOPE” shirts, so she said to order one.

They are beautiful! I wore mine out last night when we went shopping.

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12 Responses to Got My new HOPE T-shirt

  1. therealgirlscout says:

    Ha! If this country had the media, TV, reporters, internet, etc like we do now, I bet they could dig up some major “dirt” on old George! Seriously, dude. They would. Our “George Washington” bubble would burst. LUcky for George, history has been kind to him.

    • hybridtalk1 says:

      Thanks for the Liberal “America Sucks, and our Founding Fathers Sucked” view GirlScout.

      On rare occasions, a unique figure bursts onto the national stage and has a dramatic impact on politics, culture, or both. Glenn Beck is one of those figures. He is surely the biggest, fastest, most controversial star in the political commentary business in my lifetime.
      Beck is a real-life version of Howard Beale, the fictional television commentator in the 1976 film classic “Network.” Beale whipped his cultish TV audience into a frenzy, exhorting them to stick their heads out the window and chant, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!”
      Much to the chagrin of the oligarchy in Washington, however, Glenn Beck is not a fictional character. He’s real, and he has succeeded in enlightening his audience far beyond Beale’s simple rants about the unfairness of life. Beck is much more knowledgeable, much more factual, much more rational and much more focused on the key issue: America’s loss of liberty.
      I find it more than just a bit ironic that ultra-liberal CNN Headline News gave Beck his first forum on television. There, he created a huge stir with his “rodeo-clown” antics and his willingness to talk openly about his drug- and alcohol-addicted past. But as he increasingly added his political views to the mix, people started asking, “Why isn’t this guy on Fox News?”

      Of course, Roger Ailes was closely observing Beck all along, and, in January 2009, he brought him to Fox and fit him into the 5 p.m. time slot. While Beck had been moving more and more toward political commentary at CNN Headline News, from the moment he came to Fox his transition to near-total politics was swift.
      Combining his incredible talents with the work of his equally incredible research staff, Beck became a household name seemingly overnight. In truth, of course, he had been in media for 30 years, but he had never before had a forum like Fox News.
      Beck’s show is so good that I’m convinced if a person doesn’t watch it on a regular basis, it’s almost impossible for him to understand the true causes of the moral and economic collapse of the United States – or even that it is collapsing – because no one else on TV covers most of the stories he dissects in impeccable detail. His modus operandi has been to expose the bad guys through their own words by playing audio and video of them shooting off their mouths and by quoting their writings.
      For quite some time now, I have believed that Beck has become so good at exposing the truth, so well-respected and so powerful that the Forces of Darkness in the White House and Congress view him as a major threat to their aspirations to eliminate the Constitution, the rule of law and individual sovereignty in the United States. (In fact, they now refer to him as “the Beck problem.”)
      But, as I have written in the past, the Obamafia is in a no-win situation with Beck. If its leaders ignore him, he will continue to disrobe Chairman Obama and his malevolent progressive pals through their own spoken and written words.
      On the other hand, as they have already discovered, the more they try to discredit Beck, the more attention they draw to him – and the more people will learn about the details of how they plan to fundamentally transform America. Worse, their childish mudslinging is no match for Beck’s 60 minutes of hard-core truth five days a week (not to mention his three-hour daily radio show).
      So Beck keeps raising the ante, and there is no question in my mind that the oligarchy in Washington sees him as a major obstacle between where they are today and their ultimate goal: a firmly entrenched, all-powerful federal government that controls every aspect of people’s lives.
      Listening to Beck this past year has convinced me that he senses he has been chosen by a Higher Power to lead the charge against the evildoers in government. If so, it’s not the first time God has surprised the world with his choice of a messenger.

      In laying down the gauntlet, Beck has pointed out that as a recovering alcoholic, he’s already been at the bottom, so nothing scares him. “The worst thing that can happen in my life,” Beck has said, “is to lose my honor and to return to my Heavenly Father without honor – without doing what I was supposed to do.” When people talk like this, it represents a very big problem for those in power.
      Beck has made it clear that he is not afraid of losing everything if that’s what it takes to convey the truth to as many people as possible. And, as the far left knows all too well, a man who is willing to lose everything can be a huge obstacle to its achieving its socialist objectives.
      The willingness to lose everything is, in fact, a key to being a successful revolutionary, or, in Beck’s case, a counter-revolutionary. How many people do you know who are prepared to lose everything to fight for what they believe in?

      • mzkatie says:

        for the tenth time or something: you seriously could be my father. he’d definitely wear that shirt!


    • polarbear20 says:

      You bet they would. I even think they would try to say George Washington wasn’t born in the US and would demand to see his birth certificate.

      And I’m not even going to bother reading that Glenn Beck masturbatory piece below. I already know how it turns out and I had a suspicion that “Flounders Friday” was from the Glen Beck show.

      Hey is Beckerhead still trying to pass off that crazy idea that the founding fathers were opposed to separation of church and skate? Is he still telling his brainwashed drones that Jefferson was a right wing christen?

      When in reality Jefferson was a DEIST!!

      • polarbear20 says:

        OOPS. Make that “separation of chuch and state” NOT skate. I don’t know where my mind is lately. But it was a nice day for skating indeed.

  2. therealgirlscout says:

    Your welcome, hybrid. Hope you’re enjoying your membership in YOUR club, “THIS COUNTRY SUCKS EVERYTIME A DEMOCRAT IS ELECTED”. I never said George Washington sucked. Just saying we will never know the dirt on him…or any other president before the 20th century. Just a fact. And what does Glen Beck have to do with this?

    • HybridTalk says:

      Oops… The Glen Beck thing was supposed to be separate, but while multi-tasking I put them together. The Beck comments were more general, adding to the shirt discussion, and not part of my reply to you… I must be getting old…

  3. HybridTalk says:

    PolarCzar – “Hey is Beckerhead still trying to pass off that crazy idea that the founding fathers were opposed to separation of church and skate?”

    Beck must be doing a great job, seeing how you react to him. Glenn Beck has constituational experts and experts on the founding fathers on his Friday show. I believe he pinpointed to the Woodrow Wilson years as the period of America history where our liberal leaders decided they needed to undercut the historic value of our great nation’s Constitution and Founders, so Beck is helping bring it back into the public square.

    I have learned a thing or two. Who knows PolarCzar, you might learn something as well.

  4. polarbear20 says:

    our liberal leaders decided they needed to undercut the historic value of our great nation’s Constitution and Founders

    Our CONservative leaders do even more of that when they suggest crazy crap like having prayer in public school and put christen religion ideology into law, such as anti-gay marriage and anti-abortion. They undercut the first amendment, you know, government not establishing a religion.

  5. polarbear20 says:


    Now now, you don’t really mean that.

    Read some Chomsky, listen to some Leftover Crack, take an advil and call me in the morning. 😉

    If the problem doesn’t go away, I’ll prescribe some Marx! 😀 😀 😀

    • mzkatie says:

      No, I didn’t mean that literally.

      But I literally think if I listened to Leftover Crack, read Chomsky, & worshipped Marx… you really would want me to call you.

  6. myfoxmystere says:

    Cool Shirt!

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