Eric in Massachusetts, a self-described gay conservative, occasionally calls into TheBlaze Radio Network to voice his opinion on a certain subject. On Thursday, Eric got through to the Glenn Beck Radio Program and couldn't contain his frustration with President Obama.
Eric said his spouse is from El Salvador, and it has taken them 17 months and $6,000 to be able to legally bring him to the United States. President Obama's expected executive action on immigration "spits in the face" of everyone who has obeyed the law, he said.
"But having lived in Central America for a year, I know what this move is going to do to the country," Eric added. "It's one thing if you want to come to the country to be American. My spouse is a biologist, a chemist and a pharmacist. He currently tests the water content in El Salvador."
But Eric said you cannot bring millions of people "with a third world mentality" to the United States and expect it to remain a "first world country."
Before hanging up, Eric added that Obama is "not a friend" of the LGBT community, and he wishes that his "gay brothers and sisters would wake up and see that."
"Wait a minute," Beck said. "How is he not a friend to the gay community?"
"So long as this man kowtows to Saudi Arabia, makes deals with Iran and is pro-Islam, he is not a friend to the gay community. Period," Eric said. "The end. There's no solidarity there. There is no common ground."
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