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Strange bedfellows: Michael Savage Donates to Democrats
San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 10/16/06 | arual

Posted on 10/16/2006 12:52:56 PM PDT by arual

Strange bedfellows: It turns out that ultra-hot conservative talk show host Michael Savage is backing Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown for state attorney general. "What can I say? I think he'd make a great attorney general compared to the other guy. By the way, who is the other guy?'' Savage said, when asked why he chose Democrat Brown over conservative Republican Chuck Poochigian. Savage, whose rants can be heard locally on KNEW-AM, is backing up his hot talk with some hot money as well. Savage Productions, which lists Savage as president and his wife, Janet Weiner, as director, has donated $5,600 to Brown's campaign. "You have to make choices in an imperfect world,'' Savage said. "And this, this Machugian guy. (Like we said, it's Poochigian.) I never heard of him. I don't even know who he is." Poochigian has spent the past 12 years in Sacramento, first in the Assembly and now in the Senate. Doesn't impress the president of the Savage Nation. "Why bet on a horse that isn't going to win? Why throw your money into the garbage?'' So how did the best-selling author of "Liberalism is a Mental Disorder'' wind up backing a liberal once nicknamed "Governor Moonbeam"? "People change. He changed. He has experience,'' Savage said of Brown. "He started the Oakland military academy -- that was a good thing." And Brown's politics? "He's moved to the center, which is what this socialist state needs," Savage said.

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TOPICS: Front Page News; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: California
KEYWORDS: damnedhypocrite; democrat; elections; fakeconservative; governormoonbeam; homosexuality; jerrybrown; michaelsavage; michaelweiner; michealsavage; moonbeam; poochigian; radio; rateshigherthanlevin; savage; strangebedfellows; weinernation
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To: fishtank
"Multinational corporations do control. They control the politicians. They control the media. They control the pattern of consumption, entertainment, thinking. They're destroying the planet and laying the foundation for violent outbursts and racial division." (Jerry Brown)

"The world is still the world according to the New York Times business section. It's all about mergers, the Dow. But there's a movement coming. And capitalism is definitely shaky now. It's shaky because it's based on insatiable desires in a biologically limited world." (Jerry Brown).

"We have to deal with where we are. We have to create cooperatives, we have to create intentional communities, we have to work for local cooperation where we are." (Jerry Brown)

"Where there is a sufficient social movement of self-reliant communities, there can be political change. There must be political change." (Jerry Brown)

"When the farmer can sell directly to the consumer, it is a more active process. There's more contact. The consumer can know, who am I buying this from? What's their name? Do they have a face? Is the food they are selling coming out of Mexico with pesticides?" (Jerry Brown)

"Prisons don't rehabilitate, they don't punish, they don't protect, so what the hell do they do?" (Jerry Brown)

151 posted on 10/16/2006 2:03:20 PM PDT by sofaman (Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael A. Monsoor. An American Hero. Sept 29, 2006. RIP.)
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To: eleni121

One wonders why exactly you are on a conservative web forum complaining about "ultra rightists."


152 posted on 10/16/2006 2:03:42 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: montag813
"Hatred? Boy you are sensitive. All I have heard is some competitive ribbing and ridicule about Rush being a BushBot."

"Competitive ribbing and ridicule"?

Then consider what I say about Savage as "ribbing and ridicule".

153 posted on 10/16/2006 2:03:44 PM PDT by lormand (0 to 10,000,000 people read my posts everyday)
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To: KevinDavis

"So we should just bomb the nation and then leave and let the terrorist take it over correct??"

Over three decades ago the Upper East Side liberals in New York found it chic to entertain the Black Panthers in their Penthouses. Given the proclivities of the current crop, it is not too hard to imagine them "using diplomacy" on the terrorists in the same manner if the Pelosies and Reids and Murtha's take over. "Oh look Mohammad, The UN building is over there, and all the way down is where the World Trade Center used to be." Beautiful, isn't it?"


154 posted on 10/16/2006 2:03:53 PM PDT by billhilly
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To: NapkinUser; montag813
See: #93. Notice it never got a response

Does Geroge Bush donate $5,000 dollars to former Gov. moonbeam as michael moonbeam weiner savage has.

155 posted on 10/16/2006 2:05:08 PM PDT by Dane ("Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" Ronald Reagan, 1987)
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To: NapkinUser
But this war hasn't gone well. How many American soldiers have died and how many billions have been spent? That ain't a conservative or liberal thing, no matter how the true-believers say. Plus, it's a drag domestically. Think about it, Iraq will be the biggest reason why republicans lose seats this November, and possibly lose a majority in one of the chambers. Is Iraq worth a speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi? More gun control? More taxes? More liberal social issues? I'm having doubts.

NapkinUser, many here actually agree with you on many of these points, but we are now 3 WEEKS AWAY FROM THE ELECTION. What good is it to re-hash all this now, as Savage and you are, and to do so for the next three weeks? Who does it help?

Republicans? I don't think so.

Democrats? Absolutely.

I ask all: Will this incessant, non-stop Bush and Republican bashing help keep Republicans in power or not?

I also ask all: Will we be in better shape with the Dims controlling the House, the Senate, or both??

And again I say, as bad as Republicans have been on numerous subjects, having even a minute part in putting Democrats in power is insane.

You know as well as I that the peeples can be swayed by opinion. It is reality, it is just the way it is. I do not like it! But it is the truth. The peeples are not political junkie like Freepers are for a variety of reasons. If only 1/10 of 1% of potential Republican voters decide not to vote, or vote for a third party or Democrat, that could have a disasterous effect.

156 posted on 10/16/2006 2:05:16 PM PDT by technomage (NEVER underestimate the depths to which liberals will stoop for power.)
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To: YdontUleaveLibs

He's one of those guys that you really don't want "on your side." Drives me nuts every time I have to listen to him, when nothing else is on.


157 posted on 10/16/2006 2:05:23 PM PDT by Uriah_lost (M.I.E. Mainer In Exile I'll come back when the Massholes go home.)
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To: KevinDavis

I support a wall on the border to slow down the flow of drugs and illegal immigrants if that is what you're going on about. Don't you?


158 posted on 10/16/2006 2:05:40 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: Mr. Mojo
Savage reminds me of the late late night talk radio of the 1960's and 1970's. As a kid if I couldn't sleep I would turn on these ranting and raving foaming at the mouth talk radio host. They were always good for a laugh.
159 posted on 10/16/2006 2:05:58 PM PDT by NavyCanDo
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To: John Lenin
Savage is Not conservative in the least. I'm thinking RAT shill to make the GOP look bad.

No kidding.  Now they'll us that the TRUE conservatives contribute to the Democrats like Savage.

160 posted on 10/16/2006 2:06:37 PM PDT by 1035rep
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To: YdontUleaveLibs
Yep, he is a moron. It is too bad he had some really good rants against liberals.

And the next day he rants against the conservatives. This guy is Bipolar, I think.

Quite often he takes a sudden day off, because the weight of the news just makes it too hard to do his job. Something definately mental going on here, sad to say.

This donation follows that pattern. Probably the next day he donated to Moonbeam's opponent.

161 posted on 10/16/2006 2:07:12 PM PDT by w1andsodidwe (Jimmy Carter allowed radical Islam to get a foothold in Iran.)
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To: NapkinUser
"See: #93. Notice it never got a response."

And deservidly so.

It is a moronic response, which is designed to argue the socialist policies of Dubya, which NOBODY supports here.

What you should be saying is, "Notice we Weiner supporters never respond to the issue at hand".

162 posted on 10/16/2006 2:07:28 PM PDT by lormand (0 to 10,000,000 people read my posts everyday)
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To: NapkinUser; KevinDavis
Looks like you're wearing those rose-colored glasses about Iraq.

I never really supported or opposed the war from the start. I thought removing Saddam Hussein would be good, but I always have opposed any kind of nation building, and 9/11 didn't change that.

But this war hasn't gone well.

Ah so napkin's true colors finaly come out.

How are thing's in basement.

163 posted on 10/16/2006 2:08:58 PM PDT by Dane ("Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" Ronald Reagan, 1987)
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To: Dane
Radio moonbeam supporting fromer Gov. moonbeam

Exactly

164 posted on 10/16/2006 2:09:29 PM PDT by clamper1797 (It is fatal to enter any war without the will to win)
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To: EagleUSA
To be correct, and I would agree if, you replace 'Republicans' with 'Conservatives'.

That would be nice, but let us deal with the reality that we must play with the hand we are being dealt.

Yes, there is no way that the ThugoRats can be put in power -- it will be a socialistic disaster for America.

Absolutely!!

I will vote for the Repubs, as I always have. But not much longer unless they get back to conservatism, working for America instead of their own politics.

Exactly. If they do keep both houses, THEN we constituents go after them tooth and nail. But, if the Dims take control, well, all that Bush and Republican bashing by Savage et al will become moot and they will start to complain, bitch and moan about how BAD the Dims are doing things and within a year they will be longing for the days of Republican control.

I am not a Republican bot, I am a conservative. My first priority is protection of this country and my family. In my opinion, Democrats will not help me in that regard.

165 posted on 10/16/2006 2:09:49 PM PDT by technomage (NEVER underestimate the depths to which liberals will stoop for power.)
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To: technomage

Don't worry, I plan to vote straight-ticket republican this November despite my ills about some of the things that are happening with the current republican majority and our president. I really like my republican congressman (he'd win with well over 70% even if I didn't vote) and while I'm no big fan of my current republican governor and his tax increases, I'll vote for him too.

There are no senate races in my state this year.


166 posted on 10/16/2006 2:10:00 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: NapkinUser
Don't worry, I plan to vote straight-ticket republican this November despite my ills about some of the things that are happening with the current republican majority and our president. I really like my republican congressman (he'd win with well over 70% even if I didn't vote) and while I'm no big fan of my current republican governor and his tax increases, I'll vote for him too.

Good to hear.

Damn, doesn't it suck that we have to pick who we vote for based on the lesser of two evils??

167 posted on 10/16/2006 2:11:45 PM PDT by technomage (NEVER underestimate the depths to which liberals will stoop for power.)
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To: fishtank

Savage appreciates (the thick dark haired) Mara Liason.


168 posted on 10/16/2006 2:13:16 PM PDT by beyond the sea ( Either hold your nose on Election Day ......... or grab your ankles for the next few years)
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To: Dane

You're right Dane. What was I saying when I said the war in Iraq ain't going well? I mean, it's obviously the primary reason why the republicans are going to win that 60-seat filibuster-proof senate majority we have all been wanting, right?


169 posted on 10/16/2006 2:14:14 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: clamper1797

Obviously he's in it for rating$ more than love of country


170 posted on 10/16/2006 2:14:58 PM PDT by MaineVoter2002 (If you dont vote on election day, then who are you electing?)
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To: arual

I've listened to Savage 8-10 times while driving. My impression of him is that he is a miserable person. Unhappy and miserable. I don't even get to the political. Oh yeah, hateful too. And negative. Did I say miserable?


171 posted on 10/16/2006 2:15:47 PM PDT by all the best
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To: fishtank

Hehe..Shhhhh! You can't critique the baby Jesus President Bush and the RNC fake conservatives and RINOS. Shhhh...


172 posted on 10/16/2006 2:16:07 PM PDT by miliantnutcase ("If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. If it stops moving, subsidize it." -ichabod1)
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To: Dane

"Does Geroge Bush donate $5,000 dollars to former Gov. moonbeam..."

Did Michael Savage choose to support Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey like a certain president?


173 posted on 10/16/2006 2:17:36 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: Don'tMessWithTexas
Savage has definitely jumped the shark with this donation

His next guess... Ted McGinley!
174 posted on 10/16/2006 2:17:52 PM PDT by rock_lobsta (Offending liberals since 1993)
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To: NapkinUser
You're right Dane. What was I saying when I said the war in Iraq ain't going well? I mean, it's obviously the primary reason why the republicans are going to win that 60-seat filibuster-proof senate majority we have all been wanting, right?

Well when you give aid and comfort to the MSM as you did, don't blame me.

175 posted on 10/16/2006 2:18:17 PM PDT by Dane ("Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" Ronald Reagan, 1987)
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To: KevinDavis

NapkinUser has a valid point. There are some scenarios that should be explored to change the way the war is being conducted in Iraq. It makes little sense to keep going down the road that we're going when it leads nowhere. There is not enough leadership and too much acceptance of the status quo. Rush described some interesting scenarios last week that had merit.


176 posted on 10/16/2006 2:18:56 PM PDT by Kirkwood
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To: lormand; technomage
....which is designed to argue the socialist policies of Dubya....

I'll give you credit for at least admitting Bush has some leftist positions.

Damn, doesn't it suck that we have to pick who we vote for based on the lesser of two evils??

Yes it does. Big time.

177 posted on 10/16/2006 2:19:34 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: NapkinUser
Did Michael Savage choose to support Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey like a certain president?

Uh like it or not specter is a Republican. Gov. moonbeam is a moonbat democrat, whom it seems moonbat weiner savage agrees with.

178 posted on 10/16/2006 2:20:04 PM PDT by Dane ("Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" Ronald Reagan, 1987)
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To: Kirkwood; KevinDavis; NapkinUser
NapkinUser has a valid point. There are some scenarios that should be explored to change the way the war is being conducted in Iraq. It makes little sense to keep going down the road that we're going when it leads nowhere. There is not enough leadership and too much acceptance of the status quo.

And you Kirkwood base your above on MSM rpeorting and spin.

Soory, I don't buy it.

179 posted on 10/16/2006 2:21:52 PM PDT by Dane ("Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" Ronald Reagan, 1987)
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To: NapkinUser
"I'll give you credit for at least admitting Bush has some leftist positions."

Thanks for the offer, but I don't need your "credit", because this thread is not about Dubya.

180 posted on 10/16/2006 2:24:31 PM PDT by lormand (0 to 10,000,000 people read my posts everyday)
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To: Dane

And what do you believe in regards to Iraq, Dane? That victory really is just around the corner?


181 posted on 10/16/2006 2:25:11 PM PDT by NapkinUser (http://www.votegraf.org/)
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To: miliantnutcase

too funny!!!


182 posted on 10/16/2006 2:26:39 PM PDT by fishtank
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To: NapkinUser

There is nothing "ultra right" about being a Republican conservaztive. You sound like a Democrat who likes to label.

This FR forum has room enough for all sorts of conservatives including yor kind.


183 posted on 10/16/2006 2:28:11 PM PDT by eleni121 ("Show me just what Mohammed brought:: evil and inhumanity")
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To: MeanWestTexan

"Maybe now his fans here will finally see the moron for what he is --- a moron."

A moron with an IQ of 170, two masters degrees and a PhD., four best sellers, and, most important of all, he's a human being who is willing to face issues squarely without hiding behind a political party, prejudice or Political Correctness.

The fact that a person sticks his neck out and tells it the way he sees it doesn't make him a ranter, a wild man or a moron.

Some of these Freepers are like a pack of mad dogs, attacking anybody with character and guts. This world needs more people who see it as it is and speak out as they see it, and aren't poured into the same mold as everybody else.

I expect I'm going to be attacked now as Michael was.


184 posted on 10/16/2006 2:29:32 PM PDT by RoadTest ( He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches. -Rev. 3:6)
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To: lormand
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
185 posted on 10/16/2006 2:29:43 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist (Why can't Republicans stand up to Democrats like they do to terrorists?)
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To: montag813; lormand
Ok, Master Jedi Conservative, tell me: is President Bush a hard-right Conservative?

BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!!!!!!!!

186 posted on 10/16/2006 2:30:50 PM PDT by fishtank
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To: davisfh
Me? In the past I've overlooked his ignorance, his arrogance, and the self-righteous childish tirades of Michael Savage because I deeply felt a kinship with his dogged support of the American troops.

Well, to hell with Savage, I'll not listen to him anymore.

But I do hope that he turns out to be just another media whore seeking favor, otherwise his donation to the campaign of dizzy politician Jerry Brown is indicative of the "mental disorder" that he has pointed out to all who listen in his latest, poorly written, comic (with pictures) book.
187 posted on 10/16/2006 2:31:31 PM PDT by the final gentleman
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To: arual

Sorry Savage, you are 100% wrong on this one.


188 posted on 10/16/2006 2:32:24 PM PDT by GOP_1900AD (Stomping on "PC," destroying the Left, and smoking out faux "conservatives" - Take Back The GOP!)
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To: clamper1797
Yep, he's definitely a:

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189 posted on 10/16/2006 2:32:30 PM PDT by vox_freedom (Matthew 5:37 But let your speech be yea, yea: no, no)
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To: arual

No, really, I'm willing to hear a good, solid reason why a self-styled conservative who's lived the last three decades in California would support Jerry Brown for state office over just about anybody short of a convicted child abuser, let alone Chuck Poochigian. I just don't think there is such a thing. "Jerry's grown"? Heh. His ads say otherwise. "I don't know who the other guy is"? I say again...is it really that far from San Francrisco to Sacramento and Pooch's district in Fresno that Savage can't check the man out for himself? "You have to make choices in an imperfect world"? Fine. I'd like better candidates on our side of the ballot, too. But for any California conservative worthy of the name, Jerry Brown is simply not acceptable.


190 posted on 10/16/2006 2:32:57 PM PDT by RichInOC ("Tom, can you get me off the hook...for old times' sake?" "Can't do it, Sally...")
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To: Defiant
He is a circus act.

That about sums him up...I wonder what that makes his defenders.

191 posted on 10/16/2006 2:33:46 PM PDT by Dolphy
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To: Dolphy

It makes them the guy who sweeps up the elephant dung. Many of them step in it.


192 posted on 10/16/2006 2:35:52 PM PDT by Defiant (Coming soon to C-Span: Flip That Land, starring Harry Reid and a host of mafiosi.)
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To: davisfh
I cannot imagine how he is not losing much of his audience.

Because his audience is as devoted to him as the Rev. Jim Jones who convinced his cultish following to move to Guyana and drink the kool-aid.

I'm sure Savage listeners in California will now cast their vote for the former Governor Moonbeam instead of the conservative.

And they'll try to defend it.

193 posted on 10/16/2006 2:36:21 PM PDT by Dog Gone
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To: Dane
Does Geroge Bush donate $5,000 dollars to former Gov. moonbeam as michael moonbeam weiner savage has.

No, Bush supported and the RNC gave a lot more than $5,000 to Moonbeam Specter. His wife presided over an induction ceremony of a State department official and his "husband" (as did Condi). Yes, a wonderful right-wing bunch all.

194 posted on 10/16/2006 2:37:46 PM PDT by montag813
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To: RoadTest

No attacks on you, but you should probably read the thread, if you think any of that is impressive or makes Weiner not a moron in the topics he has chosen to discuss on the air.


195 posted on 10/16/2006 2:38:07 PM PDT by MeanWestTexan (Kol Hakavod Lezahal)
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To: Dane

"And you Kirkwood base your above on MSM rpeorting and spin. "

Heh. I don't watch or read MSM reporting at all except for some local news. I base some of this on what I hear from my military friends and family. Some from what I expected the predident to do when we got into this war. Some from my own personal feeling about expectations for Iraq to start taking responsibility for themselves. Plus I have a lot of other reasons why I want to see some significant changes over there in the next 6 to 12 months. Just like here in the US, monitoring the Iraq borders is critical and that is where we need to be spending more effort, not in Baghdad. Rush had some good ideas that I hope are considered seriously.


196 posted on 10/16/2006 2:38:44 PM PDT by Kirkwood
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To: arual

"As for the Poochigian campaign, chief adviser Ken Khachigian told us..."

A couple of Arminians from Fresno. I have known only good people whose last name ends in "ian". I am voting for Poochigian.

I am a Savage fan, but in this case the Weiner personality is ruling.


197 posted on 10/16/2006 2:39:35 PM PDT by Prost1 (Fair and Unbiased as always!)
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To: arual

Savage is a asshole. I can't believe anyone bothers to listen to him.

John


198 posted on 10/16/2006 2:40:01 PM PDT by Diggity
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To: Dane
Gov. Moonbean saw violent crime explode while mayor of Oakland. Gov. Moonbeam called the execution of a dirtbag serial killer who sodomized, then murdered, teens a state sponsored killing. Gov. Moonbeam promoted a prisoner's rights program that allowed felons to distribute kiddy porn while in prison.

Michael Savage supports Moonbeam with over five large. Gov. Moonbeam and Dr. Moonbat.

199 posted on 10/16/2006 2:40:02 PM PDT by Don'tMessWithTexas
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To: lormand
Then consider what I say about Savage as "ribbing and ridicule".

You seem to be coming on with considerably more venom. But you are of course entitled to your opinion.

200 posted on 10/16/2006 2:40:28 PM PDT by montag813
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