Skip to comments.THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! 5-14-10
Posted on 05/14/2010 2:53:06 PM PDT by dynachrome
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Live we are!
Dissing Scott Brown for support of Kagan. Still worth it to do the libs one in the eye to get the seat held by “Chappaquidick Fats”
Bob Grant celebrates 62 Years! in talk radio.
So, Laura Bush comes out in favor of Kagan.
[What will the bushbots say? What will the laurabushbots say? The Bushes have pulled the wool over the eyes of conservatives for a long long time.]
Blueblood countryclub Rinos now that they ain’t running for anything.
I'll take Scott Brown any day over Martha it's not illegal to be illegal in Massachusetts Coakley, Martha do you expect me to stand out in the cold and shake hands with people Coakley. Head exploding!
Yeah, Martha Coakedup would be worse.
attorney general electric eric holder.......moron extraordinaire.
The new Red Brigades are here.
Did Savage say that Kuhner stole “Obama the Destroyer” and that he’d never have Kuhner fill in again?
The Laura Bush soundbite was enlightening.
I never heard Savage say such a thing.
“Vanity of vanities. All is vanity” or something like that.
he said ‘he will never work on this show again” but I missed who exactly
Chiropractor story time.
Hey, I am old and decrepit, blackboards work for me!
I did not hear the name either. But Kuhner's latest Wash Times article contained the phrase as the title and it received some notice on conservative sites like lucianne.com -- plus FR.
So Kuhner was my guess.
Thanks. Maybe Doc S. never mentioned a name.
Call the show at 1-800-449-8255
Fishtank in da house!
The only thing worse than the Bush-soc-liberalism was the disgusting emperor worship he and Laura received here in FR.
The daily thread was overdone. The second term exposed Pres. Bush for the rino he was.
I prefer a vacant wall or two or more, large post-its, static cling sheets, black thread to connect the parts; nothing better to literally walk-through a complicated system/project. It helps to have a six- or eight-foot roll of paper to unroll as you go and write on.
I recall reading that Admiral Hyman Rickover the Father of the Nuclear Navy needed the floor of a airplane hangar to define the Nautilus project.
Blackberries are what the “movers and shakers” in a company get for communications. I think the capo di tuti capos get Ipods or something similar.
When the podcast becomes available later, play back the first hour and maybe it will be clearer.
There, fixed it.
What will be clear? That he said no such thing?
I’m in as much suspense as you. It can go either way, or it may NOT be clearer. I don’t know. What do you remember hearing?
What are capo di tuti capos?
What, is FR racist or something?
If I don't need my computer for seceral hours I can download the show, I have dial-up. I prefer accepting that no name was mentioned, but Kuhner did write a column using the phrase as the title -- if the "destroyer" phrase was indeed what Savage meant. I wasn't paying that much attention to the show at the time.
I have explained in the past why I am such a stickler when it comes to clever phrase, puns, and portmanteau words. Levin goes even farther! He accuses "backbenchers" of stealing whole shows! Borrrring.
I’ve been attempting to make a clearer distinction between RINO and Statist. GWB always exhibited elements of Statism, from compassionate conservatism of a variety unlike what the Doc meant when he began using the term, to his signing of McCain-Feingold, to his placing self-funding charities onto the Fed teet and making them dependent on not crossing those in power. All that was in his first term. He was better than Gore and Kerry only in that both those jerks were openly collectivist.
You know, I don’t recall the Doc ever using the word Statist, or ever attempting to make it clear that a Statist could easily feel at home in a party with the name Republican. The clue in to be found in what sort of republic said publican favors. Some form of Platonic republic (run by elites and thus craving bigger govt with them in power) or our American constitutional republic most of us at FR are attempting to defend and preserve.
I’ve heard it said that GWB once referred to the Constitution as “merely a piece of paper.” If that is so, he is no simple RINO. He would be very much a republican, just not a constitutional one. Statists easily look very much like conservatives, and with our lack of good media, it’s far easier for Statists to constantly keep their mask on.
Or maybe like DeGaulle.
“L’etat est moi” or something like that.
ok, i’ll download the podcast and reprot back, since I broadband. Ok?
Never mind Laura, fortunately she has no political ambition.
As a Californian Savage should be talking about who he is supporting for Gov. and Senator.
Should show him puffing on a marlboro.
Savage needs to chill...........
Obama the Destroyer by Quin Hillyer 15 May 2009
Obama the Destroyer by Rush Limbaugh 30 Oct 2009
Obama the Destroyer by Bret Joshpe 21 Jan 2010
Obama the Destroyer by Savage 08 Apr 2010
Obama the Destroyer by SAVAGE 16 Apr, 2010
Obama the Destroyer by Kuhner 14 May 2010
At 29:45 of the podcast of today’s show, Doc begins “we have some editorials here... Obama the destroyer. Really appreciate it. /s You won’t be working on this show anymore. How can a man take a title like mine — Obama the Destroyer — and not even quote it and say ‘Michael Savage published’ — won’t be working on this show anymore, that’s all I can say.”
So he doesn’t mention any names at all, but I think Wm and WITT identified who it was that Doc tool aim.
Not sure why the jealousy over a title that was not originated by Savage alone. Maybe now that Kuhner has his own show, Savage sees him differently, another competitor, or maybe Savage has a point, who knows? Who cares but Savage?
I thought Kuhner the best fill-in host that Savage had, so if Savage cans him now, so what, Kuhner has his own show and is looking to go syndication with it, so I can listen to Kuhner now without Savage's help thanks to the initial heads up from fellow and rarely posting infidel TBP. BTW Kuhner has never plugged his own show when filling in for Savage.
Nevertheless I emailed this thread to Kuhner so we'll see how it all works out. Of course in Savage's world everyone in his business is always out to undermine him anyway but human nature as it is, one can always find fault with a friend if one really wants to. This is one bridge that Savage need not burn.
No question that Savage is good at creating clever phrases. He does not steal 'em, he invents 'em.. but it's so easy to prove he is not always the first to think of them.
I am a Savage fan for at least 13 years. But I am not an acolyte of a personality.
I back the modern conservative movement and have since National Review started appearing on our local newsstand in the 1950s. I even believed Joe McCarthy without the proof of history.
Savage led the long-overdue, very welcomed and effective give-'em-hell counterattack against the Left's lies and tactics. Now most are doing it. (But let's not forget to include Joe Pyne but there was a "Fairness Doctrine" in those days and he died before age 50.)
No other talk show host has spoken out against our Islamist enemy the way Savage has. I especially honor him for that. No other media personality has caught the attention of the Islamic Republic of Iran the world's most dangerous terrorist state. I consider Savage equivalent to most Founding Father patriots.
Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Richard Myers once stated that the enemy today is perhaps more dangerous than our W.W.II enemies.
So far and as far as I know no one other than Savage has spoken so boldly and publicly against our Islamist enemy.
But I will never, never, never be an acolyte of any one personality in the modern conservative movement! How does that serve America?
BTW, Levin has earned my respect and thanks, but it's just as boring to me to hear him claim other conservatives take notes and simply repeat what he says.. borrrrrrrring.
What's with those big-city, eastern folks?
Now that I’m not in reporting mode, I’ll add my observations and commentary.
I’d also be surprised if Doc was really angered. It’s a back handed way of thanking the author for relaying the message from the man who says “I’m just happy the message gets advance. I don’t really care who gets the credit. grrrrr.” It’s a curmudgeonly recognition of ones own untouchable status. I recommend you envision a grin after hearing a rant like the one I transcribed.
Oh yes, Kuhner has indeed played the sycophant on every show he’s ever substitute hosted for the Doc. Unlike you, I don’t like listening to Kuhner, and THAT was the primary reason.
Oh, this wasn’t the first time that the Doc grumbled at one of his substitute hosts. Wasn’t it last month that Andrew Breitbart subbed, and I personally thought he had the most uniquely excellent hours I’d ever heard by a sub host. Well, you may or may not recall, but I did make note of it. Let me search. ah http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2487827/posts?page=15#15 I wrote “I fear Doc will never again allow Andrew Breitbart in as stand-in host.”
Several of you asked me why, and I demurred in my answer. Well, I’ll tell you now that it was because the Doc was grumbling a little less obviously than he was today. It sounded like he was jealous. Sounded like. Art.
Well, now that he’s done it more obviously with Kuhner, I’m reassessing my earlier reading of the Doc’s “performance.” Both with Kuhner and Breitbart, I view it as Doc’s form of back-handed compliment. I’m guessing Breitbart as well as Kuhner are still on good terms with our curmudgeon.
As William says in his post, Savage has made himself a target. Well, I think the Doc really doesn’t want anyone else endangered because of their friendship with him. Where the Doc is going and what he has to do is too important for him to also have worry about the safety of his friends. He does what he can to keep his family out of the spot light and he worries about them already. Why would he also want to worry about friends who appear in public in their own realm?
Look at what happened in Sweden to Lars Vilks. See the police muted response and few arrests. See the University’s cowardly subsequent actions, and you can understand very well. This is the reality of talking where allegedly we still have a right to speak our opinions.
Statists don’t like being contradicted, and they can choose to protect you or not protect you from others who alsp don’t like being contradicted. “Nice business you got there feller. Would be a shame were anything to happen to it — or yourself, or your associates.”
This is one of the reasons I’ve been redefining PC here when the opportunity presents itself by crossing out the words Politically Correct and replacing it with Politically Cowered. It’s the truth my friends.
I know I’ve made breakthrough when the Doc starts using the words Politically Cowered and not giving me any credit. LOL