The 912 Project Glenn Becks Rocks a Nation

Today Friday March 13, 2008 it appears Mr. Glenn Beck’s attitude reflects that of my own with The 912 Project

The 912 Project - Glenn Beck

On the Glenn Beck show the 912 project was announced. Really Glenn’s project should be some obvious information that seems to have been missed due to the greed of America combined with lots of other issues such as most American’s feeling of entitlement which has really led to this economic upheaval.

The problems that the world faces right now really boil down to some greedy Wall Street Banker types that started licking their chops with the cash that was rapidly changing hands by issuing mortgages to people who simply could not afford those mortgages

Then the poor me souls out there that signed for mortgages they couldn’t afford now expect personal bailouts. Sorry folks Uncle Sam isn’t going to bail you out, but don’t worry because there’s something exciting coming to the VEO Report blog soon that can, if you have any work ethic, help bail you out of this mess.

Beyond work ethic, if you are going to have a bright future then you really must take a look at what Glenn Beck has brilliant called The 912 Project which comprises of 9 principles and 12 values that must be in place if you are going to be successful.

If any of the following 12 values are missing or 9 principles then what’s happening all around you in the economy will continue to happen to you and those that adapt Glenn Beck’s 912 Project philosophies will realize the bright future that is possible

The 9 Principles of The 912 Project

    1. America is good.
    2. I believe in God and He is the Center of my Life.
    3. I must always try to be a more honest person than I was yesterday.
    4. Family is sacred. My spouse and I are the ultimate authority, not the
    5. If you break the law you pay the penalty. Justice is blind and no one is
    above it.
    6. I have a right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness, but there is no
    guarantee of equal results.
    7. I work hard for what I have and I will share it with who I want to.
    Government cannot force me to be charitable.
    8. It is not un-American for me to disagree with authority or to share my
    personal opinion.
    9. The government works for me. works for me. I do not answer to them, they answer to me.

The 12 Values of The 912 Project

    1. Honesty
    2. Reverence
    3. Hope
    4. Humility
    5. Charity
    6. Sincerity
    7. Moderation
    8. Hard Work
    9. Courage
    10. Gratitude
    11. Thrift
    12. Personal Responsibility

Great job Glenn for saying what had to be said to America and the rest of the world for that matter!

Stay tuned folks because I am working on some really exciting stuff that can help you find your way out of any financial suffering you may face right now but. . .

Know this:

If you are missing any of The 912 Project’s Values or Principles then you are likely doomed to a very tough life ahead

8 thoughts on “The 912 Project Glenn Becks Rocks a Nation”

  1. I think this sort of thing is LONG OVERDUE. We the people of this country need to stand up and make SURE of representatives in DC understand we are feed up with their BS and wWILL from here forward hold them accountable for their blunders. BOTH Dem & Rep. alike need to start listening to us rather than deciding what they feel is needed. This is a good start now we all need to make sure it grows and takes root.

  2. Steven Anderson

    THis is great stuff and is long overdue. I would like to think that our Representatives in the House and Senate feel the same way but judging by their voting records not many do. Thes latest garbage about the bonuses is rediculous how they think we r sooo stupid that we would believe thier BS like they didn’t know about this last year. SSDD. GOD BLESS US ALL!!!

  3. Robert Hultberg

    I think Glenn has done for the american people what weve needed for a long time a wake up call that tells us that we are resonsible for our actions in life its not the congress of the united states that is going to judge us when we finally meet our maker we all have free will choices to make in life are we going to make the wright descion or the wrong one, Glenn is wright our for fathers of the consitution are wright we ethier stand united on the constitution or we fall devided for me its united and give me liberty or give me death ill take liberty any day Sincerly a patriot

  4. Ramnath Subramanian

    Ramnath Subramanian: 912 Project aims to preserve greatness of America
    Ramnath Subramanian / Special to the Times
    Posted: 03/19/2009 12:00:00 AM MDT

    In the same week that I listened to Glenn Beck appeal to Americans to reexamine their country’s greatness, my wife, Maria, started reading to me from “Mount Vernon: The Story of a Shrine.”

    Interestingly, the story of the establishment of Mount Vernon, as chronicled by authors Gerald W. Johnson and Charles Cecil Wall, and Beck’s call to monumentalize the principles and values that created and have sustained America, had much in common.

    Just as a letter from a mother, despairing of the neglect and disrepair that had befallen the estate of President Washington, inspired the first public epistolary appeal by daughter Ann Pamela Cunningham, a call on Glenn Beck’s radio talk show from a distraught citizen complaining of an irresponsible and unresponsive government, caused the host to issue a public appeal. The former gave birth to the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association of the Union; the latter to The 912 Project.

    In 1853, when Cunningham made her appeal and started the “agitation” that resulted in the salvation of Mount Vernon, “the men comprising the Congress of the United States and the Legislature of Virginia … were careless of the great past.”

    The patriotic force that brought the country together under George Washington was now bifurcated.

    The situation today is not very different. After the Sept. 11 attacks, Americans set aside their personal and political differences and came together in extraordinary fashion to celebrate and pay homage to their country’s greatness. American flags were ubiquitous, and American pride reached its zenith.

    Sadly, that feeling of singularity and camaraderie have given way to toxic divisiveness.

    Glenn Beck’s “The 912 Project” asks us to reflect on the principles and values that have made America great. It is also an encouragement to embrace the unified force field that swept America on Sept. 12, 2001.

    We cannot afford to be careless of our great past. As authors Johnson and Wall remind us, “What America is determines what America does.”

    Any project that aims high depends on the support of communities for its success. Also needed are “intangibles, things of the spirit.”

    After Cunningham’s appeal, many people from different parts of the country made Mount Vernon their cynosure. Among them was New Englander Edward Everett, who popularized it with his celebrated and money-drawing oratorical skills, and New Yorker Sarah C. Tracy, who defended and nurtured it during the difficult years of the Civil War.

    The 912 Project, likewise, will require the talents of many people for its fruition.

    It is incontrovertible that America is a great nation. So is the statement that the future greatness of this land rests on the shoulders of its youth.

    The journey forward to new vistas will require a thorough understanding of and appreciation for the early chapters of America’s history that are not bent by the prisms of political correctness, partisan politics, or putative progress. By a process of study and intellectual inquiry, children should be asked to explore the grand ideas that make America unique.

    Toward that purpose, I would like to sponsor a first meeting of El Paso’s 912 project aimed at our city’s youth. I trust that benevolence and providence will join hands to determine when and where the enterprise will take root.

    Ramnath Subramanian, a sixth-grade science teacher at Eastwood Knolls School in El Paso, writes for the El Paso Times on educational topics. E-mail address: [email protected]

  5. J. Michael Harris

    I am very upset at what is happening to my country. I am a veteren of Viet Nam. My heroes have always been found in the history of America, Ethen Allen, Johnny Tremayne, all of the members of the revoultion. I am appalled at what our “elected representitives” are doing to this country. They swear to uphold the Constitution, and obviously they have no idea of what that means. I have been a member of local government for several years, and didn’t run for my fourth term. T. Roosevelt is one of my heroes, please read all of his speech at the Sorbonne, the man in the arena portion is always remembered, but the rest of it is so revelent. I want my children and their children to live and love this land of freedom and independence. Count me in to do whatever is necessary to save this country. DON’T TREAD ON ME…..

  6. Christopher Hall

    To those on Capitol Hill;

    Peering through eyes colored red with tears, I come now to commit these thoughts to the immortality of print. Thoughts born of anger, thoughts born of fear, thoughts born of a longing to protect what we all hold so dear…. lady liberty.
    As of late I have heard many words uttered as commonly as people breathe. Words like… scandle, bail out, bonus, unemployment, deficite, budget, stimulus, mortgage, and most commonly of all, crisis. I’ve also heard an illusion of a promise of transparency. I’ve heard promises of stability, and seen them postponed or broken. What happened to the days when other words were held with a higher regard? Words like… honor, trust, dignity, stability, responsability, protection, and most importantly… freedom?? How where we as a nation led to this rocky shore of self distruction like lambs to the slaughter? Simple, by allowing those in power and position to ignore and trample upon some other important words such as “We the People…” and “For the people, by the people…” .
    But what am I but one simple man? What power, if any, do my simple words hold? Will they move you? Will they remind you of what we have lost, and continue to loose everyday? Will these words of mine be enough to convince you to open your eyes and gaze upon us… the bungled and the botched? Will you see the pains we feel every day? Will you feel the same sence of desire we all feel to again say the words “Liberty and Justice For All” and know unequivically they matter? Will you feel our longing to again have faith in the American dream of “A better life” and prosperity? As you sit upon your throne and gaze upon us commoners from on high, will you see the growing sence of anger and urgency we as a Nation are beginning to feel? Or will you’re sight be clouded by greed and a desire to promote your own self interests as you have demonstrated an unswerving ability to do?
    Please, allow me to offer for you a few additional words in closing. We the people by and large are tired of broken promises of “transparency” and “better times ahead”, especially when we see the future of our children and our children’s children sold off to the highest bidder overseas. We are tired of the greed and scandle we see everyday on Capitol Hill. We are tired of watching the money earned from our sweat and blood and tears go wasted to failed endevoures and to the lining of the pockets of the greedy. We are tired of going hungry and watching our future’s be flushed down the comode by those of you in power. But it is all for a good purpose. There is a good and worthwhile reason for the seemingly wreckless spending we bear witness to everyday… after all, we ALL need to know what the composition of a catfish’s DNA looks like.
    Let me offer to those of you on Capitol Hill a reminder of an old addage. Yes, I am aware sometimes words get old, but please bear with me. A promise made through lips laced with the poison of lies is a promise of failure and defeat. We the people have a voice, and we are not afraid to use it. Lady Liberty holds in her keep a promise that has always been the inspiration to us all. Have you forgotten that promise… or do you just simply… not care?

    Not so respectfully yours,
    Trampled Citizen

  7. Outstanding, and long overdue.. Those in Congress do not have any the values that you have listed, and I am afraid that some do not even like the USA! I will be more than happy to help in any way to avoid being taken over by Socialism! Miami, Florida

  8. Steven J. Fountain


    Thanks for what your doing? I am concerned that our freedoms are at risk. How do we as Americans protect ourselves from a tyranical government?

    Since congress drilled the CEO about how the American people are owners of a majority of the company stock. I would like to know how to request MY: “Cerificates of stock”, be issued to me; after all I am an American and I hate for the government to have the additional burden of holding all that paper work. If they issue certificate’s of stock to the American people and mail to us, we will know how many shares we have, and can opt to sell when we like. I do not claim to know much about stock options and financial instruments, but I do believe as a stock holder I can ask for and am entitled to recieve and hold the paper myself. I choose this option and I would like to see all Americans ask congress for their shares as well.

    I spent 20 years of my life in the U.S. Air Force and am deeply concerned and saddened by our country has been turned in to. I am scared of tyrany and our ability to protect our families from it.

    Keep up what your doing.


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