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Nov 26 2012

Bill Whittle in Top Form

The only thing that can save the GOP is Republican candidates who believe in the conservative point of view and can articulate why. Likewise, the only thing that can save America is leaders who believe in America and can articulate why. Bill Whittle demonstrates:


If we turn back the cultural rot that produced Barack Hussein Obama, we can regain the right to call ourselves Americans. Then we will once again have leaders who talk straight and make us proud instead of ashamed.

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  • wildman

    Please, no more rich north east rinos. Thats what cost rommney the election.

  • Sackie

    Wow… I’ve always liked this guy.

  • TonyD95B

    As usual, Bill Whittle is absolutely right.

    To paraphrase Bernard Goldberg: The Left has lost it’s mind, but the Right has lost it’s nerve.

    As Bill points out, even with the media and everything else stacked in their favor, the best they can do is just over 50% and just enough to win.

    The Left is barely hanging on. If we mount a solid pushback, we WILL win.

  • TonyD95B

    Add to it this: Forget all the hand-wringing and utter NONSENSE about “changing the message”, “rebranding”, etc. so that we can “reach out” to this-or-that special interest group.

    We need to do the exact opposite: Stick to the core principles that define us. In fact, if we don’t, then we are not who we say we are and we are no better than “them”.

    It’s like Ronaldus Maximus once said, “I want everyone to vote for me, for their own reasons”

  • geoada

    Bill has a helluva way with words. Been listening to him for the past two plus years. He believes what he is saying and that is why his messages are so powerful.

    No one ever said our freedoms would come cheap. Some we must be prepared to fight for, some we must be prepared to die for. Take freedom for granted once and it could be gone forever. -1776

  • F.D.R. in Hell

    When G.O.P. no longer means “Geezers On Paroxetine”
    then the Libs will face a challenge. Good luck with that, in light of the American sheep grazing on their parents’ hard work…and now the government handouts, which I started, by the way. You’re welcome, sheep. ;-)

    Remember — there’s free cheese in every mouse trap.
    :evil:

  • Woooooooooooooooooo!!!!

    You are the same people who believed Karl Rove instead of Nate Silver (how’d that turn out for ya?).

    When your ilk talk about “sticking to your core principles”… that is exactly what the American people rejected, resoundingly, just days ago. (There was an ‘election’, as you may recall…)

    The “core principles” of gay-bashing, jesus-hugging, science-denying, tax-cuts-for-billionaires were all rejected by a majority of your fellow citizens. And a fairly basic understanding of statistics points to an equally basic result: your core message ain’t cutting it with Americans anymore.

    Do you really think that there is any set of circumstances where we (the ‘we’ being everyone who isn’t a rich white guy or an ignorant-religious white guy) will all suddenly stop caring about reality and decide to throw in with the forces of Old and Evil that we have all rejected?

    Please, continue to believe that. Please, run people even further afield. Akin and Mourdock aren’t crazy enough – you can find even crazier! Keep looking!

    For a permanent Democratic majority, there is nothing finer than people who talk out loud about those good ol’ ‘core principles’. . .

  • Mr Evilwrench

    A swing and a miss.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    For a permanent Democratic majority, there is nothing finer than people who talk out loud about those good ol’ ‘core principles’. . .
    Troll
    If, as you say the country is set for a permanent one party rule, then why even bother to debate ?
    Never mind, I will answer for you.
    Because sewn into all that venom and straw is the seeds of liberalism’s self destruction.
    First, as has been shown over and over, eating the rich entirely is but a spit in the bucket of all this spending.
    Then what ?
    Second, religion has survived hoards of locusts and legions of barbarians for over 2000 years.
    Third, the longest run libs have to show has been the failed Marxist experiment of the Soviet Union, about 70 years.
    And finally, just what “core principals” of their own have Democrapts offered up ?
    That someone else will pay for your free sh** ?
    Stoking race and class hatred for your own ends ?
    The reality is that liberalism has NO principles to speak of.
    This destructive “ends justify the means” anything goes strategy to win elections will in short order lead to an ungovernable nation.

  • Dr. 9

    The first thing that must be done is to get rid of the top of the Republican party and most of those so-called “conservative” talking heads on the TV news shows. (Bill Kristol, etc.) They have become a symbol of weakness and incompetence. Then, replace them with people who have some passion and balls.

  • TonyD95B

    Booooooooooo! just.doesn’t.get.it……..

    In the Senate, the Democrats retained a majority. In the House, the Republicans maintained the majority.

    as for the Presidential election, Barack Hussein Obama had more people vote against him than for him, when we count all the Conservative / Libertarian / Republican candidates. With ALL the advantages the pseudoprogressive neofascist Left had, they were just barely able to pull it off.

    The election didn’t “soundly reject” Conservatism.
    BooHoo!!! is not trying to convince us……she’s trying to convince herself.

    Our “core principles” revolve around individual freedom, liberty Constitutional Fundamentalism and the rule of law…….and that still scares the h#ll outta the Left.

    If we need to “reject” anything, it’s the censorship of “political correctness” and “conventional wisdom”. This dumba## RINO notion of “rebranding” is exactly what we DON’T need.

  • TonyD95B

    BTW, is that Booooooooooooo!!!!’s picture with the Open Thread???? I wonder who her “Baby Daddy” is?????

    ……..then again, so does she!

    Fear not – ol’ Boo!!!! still has a “right to choose”.

  • M. Wilson

    This is what I’ve been saying all along: we need real representation. People with backbone. People who will go up against all the venom and hatred of the Left and stay unapologetically on message. We need more people like Milton Friedman, Thomas Sowell, and Ronald Reagan. We need to find people like this and encourage them to step up, take more active roles to promote a strong, prosperous, and free America.

    If we can break the left’s monopoly on the conversation, shatter the tyrannical censorship of political correctness, no amount of free stuff, class warfare, or racial hatred will be able to compete with Conservatism’s message of strength, prosperity, and freedom.

  • Vermin

    Ha ha! Woooooooooooooooo!!!!! Is stupid and racist.

  • Kevin R.

    That needs to be reposted every couple of weeks.

  • bluffcreek1967

    I agree with much of what Bill Whittle says, and he’s correct about the need for Republicans to actually believe in their conservative principles and articulate them in clear terms, providing sound reasons for doing so.

    With that said, however, I remain skeptical for a number of reasons. To speak of ‘saving’ the GOP is overly hopeful in my opinion. The GOP has proven for many years now to be, more or less, merely a lighter version of the Democrat Party. They talk a good game now and then, but they consistently end up betraying their core principles by their actions. Where were the Republicans when Bush was spending like a drunk sailor for 8 years? Why does the Republican establishment continually ignore the will of conservatives and choose RINOs? Quite frankly, they have shown us all their true colors, and I’m done with them.

    Additionally, to assume that if Republicans were just more articulate in their message, more passionate, and if we could just provide better reasons, we could ‘win over’ the masses to our position is naive at best. The last two elections has proven that Americans aren’t thinking. They don’t care about any intellectual, highly passionate or academic reason for abandoning the Democrat Party and aligning with the GOP. It’s apparent that Republicans still don’t understand how far our nation has fallen, how deeply indoctrinated with liberalism Americans have become, how complacent they are, and how wide their contempt for traditional American values is. We are literally trying to reason with people based on a worldview or common consensus that they don’t share.

    Finally, Republicans have still not fully faced the degree to which the racial demographics have changed in America. Whites are literally being racially displaced in our own land – and many of us are pretending its not happening or that it’s not as severe as it appears. White Republicans need to be more concerned about ‘saving’ their race and their distinctive culture than in ‘saving’ or ‘rescuing’ the GOP. I tend to think the GOP will go the way if the Whigs.

  • RKae

    For God’s sake, Mr. Whittle, will you just run for office already?

    I never hear anyone articulate the message the way he does!

  • bluffcreek1967

    In reply to RKae: If Whittle did run for the Presidency, he would be branded as ‘too White’ by nearly everyone. The Republican establishment would oppose him at every point. The most ludicrous of lies would be spun against him – and most Americans would believe it too. His wife and those closest to him would be vilified in the most God-awful manner. All our beloved ‘minorities’ would hate him because just by him being White, they would feel ‘oppressed’ and ‘disenfranchised.’ Every MSM newscaster, talking head, liberal commentator would slander and mock him every chance they got. There would also be a good portion of Republicans who would constantly be whining because Whittle’s not ‘brown enough.’ And on and on and on . . . .

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