Skip to comments.Bill Whittle gives a speech you NEED to hear. . .
Posted on 11/21/2012 11:08:58 PM PST by Salgak
Bill Whittle (of EjectEjectEject and PJTV fame) gives the speech we ALL need to hear. . .
Whittle at Restoration Weekend
come ON BILL RUN BILL RUNNN !
Very nice! Thanks for posting!
Decent doesn’t cut it against hottentots like Obama.
What’s worth remembering is that Ronald Reagan, in a fight, was one of the very worst bastards you’d hope not to go up against. He’d burn you down. Literally. And smile while doing it.
Much better speech from Bill... 1 hr long
This man needs to be President.
Just another base talker.
With Romney we had a middle of the road, non-base talker.
Look where that got us.
Romney lost because of...
1. vote fraud
2. the GOP allowing the media to steer the campaign
The Republicans need to reject the media dictating the selection of debate moderators and topics of discussion.
It is really not that hard to do, they need to stop catering to the talking heads on television.
I really wanted Herman Cain, but nobody defended him when he was smeared by the press.
Very nice. Thanks.
Bill Whittle is part of our problem.
OK, you don’t like it/agree with it.
So. . . .what do you offer as an alternative ?? You can’t beat something with nothing. . . .
The answer is to run a real, unapologetic conservative for president.
Great Thanksgiving Day treat. Thanks.
For too long, Conservatives and Moderates have been bullied into doubting their message.
I love this guy. We’re headed for the airport now so will save this and watch it while waiting at the gate. Maybe it’ll piss off some libs. How cool would that be?!
Bill Whittle’s speech was brilliant.
The problem with the country for the last 60+ years is the following imo. As a consequence of widespread ignorance of the Constitution, particularly the Founding State’s division of federal and state government powers, voters don’t understand that the corrupt Democrats and Republicans who they elect to DC want to be federal lawmakers only because they can exercise the state powers which DC has been wrongly usurping from the states since the time of Constitution-ignoring FDR.
So regardless of Mr. Whittle’s insights, I was nevertheless let down by his speech for the following reason. Just like Fx News, Whittle didn’t mention Congress’s Article I, Section 8-limited powers, Article V or the 10th Amendment.
In fact, if the Oval Office was still respecting the federal government’s constitutionally limited powers and the president was still elected by electoral votes as the Founding States had intended, then please consider the following. Defense issues aside, given that voters are relatively unconcerned about treaties and international trade, voters wouldn’t necessarily know who the current president is anyway imo.