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Government's purpose is to protect our rights, not impose on private life

Government's purpose is to protect our rights, not impose on private life

Glenn Beck is joined by Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere to describe the purpose and misconceptions of our government, it's political parties and the human rights granted to us. Glenn discusses how he believes it is not the government's place constitutionally to help other countries but we as a nation do it and why we're so charitable.

"We're not unique, we're not born unique, we grew up in a unique system with a unique Constitution, the first time in human history," Glenn tells us. "These concepts that you are equal to the baby next to you in the bassinet in the hospital or on the kitchen table being born in the house down on the next farm, you're exactly the same, you have the same rights."

Glenn thinks it is our responsibility to help heal the people and the Earth and not to divide it and the government's purpose is to protect our rights, not to shove anything down anybody else's throats.

"The problem is the two dusty documents that Stu talked about, one being The Bible, the other being the Constitution," Pat says. "Progressives have worked so hard over the last hundred plus years to separate them and they can't."

Listen live to The Glenn Beck Radio Program with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeff Fisher weekdays 9am–12pm ET on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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