The theme of the episode is that GB has a problem with faith based initiatives that are designed around advancing green technology. (He uses the phrase "the EPA merging with churches" about twenty times, making it sound like some sort of Borg assimilation.) He has no problem using religious language to impart his own message, so I assume he's either simply against green technology, or believes it to not be consistent with Christian ideals. He does not make clear which of these is his stance, though either one is a hard sell to me.
GB claims that this program will be the final nail in the coffin of our churches, though he offers no indication of how or why that would happen. More baseless fear-mongering. (This concept may become a theme of these posts. How about I just call it BFM from now on?)
16:00 – GB talks about how much more of his income he's given to charity than either Obama or Biden. I humbly offer the following:
31:00 — "They're already indoctrinating our children. 'There is no God.'" Really? Alot of classes in primary schools nowadays? Not talking about God <> talking about God's nonexistence.in our
42:00 — GB's guest likens taxation to stealing, which is contrary to one of the commandments. I offer him this:
GB also (I didn't get the time marker on this one) said that Net Neutrailty is Marxism. Really? How exactly does the ability to have non-discriminatory access to the internet going to elevate the proletariat?
As for things I agreed with, I suppose I can't fault him for criticizing the left for being silent on Obama's faith-based initiatives, when W was loudly castigated for the same thing. Of course, Obama hasn't (that I've heard) indicated that he's President because it's God's will, so perhaps there's little need to fear he'll become some kind of theocratic oligarch.