Skip to comments.George Will Delivers Big at CPAC
Posted on 02/22/2010 2:18:03 PM PST by Michael van der Galien
Commentarys Peter Wehner rightly draws attention to George Wills superb speech at CPAC last week. Although the speeches of other speakers, such as Newt Gingrich, Andrew Breitbart, Glenn Beck and, yes, even Ron Paul were covered extensively in the blogosphere, Wills speech has largely been ignored. This is, as far as Im concerned, a shame, because Will truly knocked one out of the park, as Wehner puts it.
Wills main point was that the Lefts main goal is to make Americans dependent on the government for pretty much everything. He succinctly called this the dependency agenda.
I strongly encourage you to watch the 3o-minute video. I know youre busy and that thirty minutes is quite a long time for the average blogreader, but please, watch it nonetheless. It will help you understand the Lefts agenda and the threat it poses to the American way of life better than ever before. In other words, as far as Im concerned its well worth your time.
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Pardon my laziness- but is there a transcript?
I heard George Will in the background of a FOX braodcast and they casually mentioned that he was bringing down the house. Then I hunted for comments, transcripts, reactions... and found nothing.
Did he endorse Rudy Giuliani for President again?
Didn’t he vote for 0?
I already knew that the Democrat agenda is to make us all dependent on big government. Did George say something new in addition to that?
The cackling laugh gets annoying, but
ignore her .. it’s worth it.
Too bad he wouldn’t say some of these things on the Roundtable. Great speech.
Pray for America’s Freedom
Will is a pompous azz.
He has a Mitt Tatoo on his backside for his buddy to view at certain times.
I heard Will’s speech last night. Trying to think if this is the same link. The one I heard was crystal clear.
It’s not laziness for me...I can’t hear these blasted videos people keep posting because I’m almost deaf.
I think not.
I thought I read that somewhere. I could be mistaking him for some of the other pundits. Thanks.
Is it skipping?
Here’s Newsbusters .. in 3 segments
I agree, he’s a little less ‘conservative’
and forceful at the roundtable, isn’t he.
Didja just hear Carl Cameron say that
Sen. Scott Brown WILL vote for the jobs bill?
I don’t get all this constant criticism of George Will. He is a solid conservative and one of the most important conservatives in the country since before Ronald Reagan became President. The mentality of bashing people like George Will is the same mentality that has brought us people like Obama and Al Franken. You don’t have to agree with every single thing the man says, but my God, he more than deserves to be listened to. If anyone disagrees with me, go and listen to the CPAC speech and tell me all the parts you disagree with. George Will is also an astute observer of baseball which creates even more goodwill as far as I am concerned.
Yes, I heard that also.
Ben Nelson is voting with GOP.
Collins and Snowe with the democrats and they gave Brown cover, for his vote to please the democrats back home. UGH.
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