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Caller: Where is the GOP Churchill?
The Rush Limbaugh Program ^ | 26 April 2011 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 04/26/2011 3:45:44 PM PDT by COBOL2Java

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RUSH: Julie in Toronto, Canada, as we go to the phones. It's great to have you with us today. How are you?

CALLER: Thank you, Rush. It is so great to talk to you. I have a question that I want to ask you. The United States is at a great tipping point. It's at a tipping point where it has never been in the past, and we constantly hear different prominent people in the GOP saying that they're not ready to lead. They're not ready. This is my question: I don't understand how these people have the luxury to sit back and wait until they are "ready," and I am specifically speaking about Chris Christie.

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: And I'm sure there are other great conservative people.

RUSH: There are. I'd give you a couple of names of people I wish would throw their hats in and I'll give you three in addition to Chris Christie: Allen West, Bobby Jindal, and Marco Rubio.

CALLER: Okay. And I want to ask them: Did Churchill have the luxury of waiting until everything was right while Hitler was amassing his army, while Hitler had his agenda? Did Churchill and -- and the last great evil or one of the great evils in our history in the world, did he have the luxury to wait? No, he didn't. His country needed him, and he stepped up to the plate -- and I want to say to Chris Christie and all the other gentlemen and women that you mentioned all the time, Rush, that your country needs you now. We don't need leaders four years from now. Now is the moment. We need you now. Come forward.

RUSH: Why do you think they won't?

CALLER: Politics? It's gotta be politics because it can't be ignorance. It can't be that they don't see it. It can't. Why is it that a little person like me is out here and I see it but they're in the midst of it and they can't?

RUSH: I have no idea. I can only guess. It might be that they think voters don't think they have enough experience. "Being governor for two years? Ah, here's a climber." It's the same thing with Marco Rubio. "Not even a year yet in the Senate and now you want to be president? Yeah, yeah, yeah, we know what you're really up to." Maybe they're afraid of that kind of reaction.

CALLER: No.

RUSH: They just don't have the resume yet.

CALLER: Yes, but no. We are looking for leaders. Why are we responding to Donald Trump even though we know he's not a conservative? Because he's leading. We need somebody, though, who's true. We need the Chris Christies. We need the guys who are gonna fight like Churchill, and I go back to Churchill because we all recognize that what happened in the Second World War and the great evil, they did not have the luxury of waiting. Hitler was coming. What do you think Obama was doing?

RUSH: Wait a second. Churchill is the only guy that knew Hitler was coming. Nobody else believed it, and that may be one of the problems. Well, I'm out of time. I'll explain this when we come back because I really got a time problem here.

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RUSH: You have to consider one possibility on this: It may well be that none of these Republicans, unannounced or announced, really think that we are in that big a crisis. I mean, it's possible. It's possible that they don't look at it the way we do. It's entirely possible. I'm not sure it is, but you've gotta factor it as a possibility.

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RUSH: So a frustrated caller in the first hour was asking, "Where is our Churchill?"

She's specifically focusing on Chris Christie. She thinks Christie is the answer to our problems, and she said, "Look, he says he's not ready. Well, I'm sorry. We don't have time for somebody to say they're not ready. Churchill didn't say he's not ready. Churchill answered the call. Churchill didn't have the luxury of saying he wasn't ready. It's serious. Churchill, he knew what Hitler was up to." It's important to understand that Churchill is the only one in the British hierarchy who dared think that about Hitler.

They had their heads in the sand like crazy on Hitler. They thought Churchill was nuttier than Hitler was! When Churchill was trying to warn them, they thought that they need to commit Churchill to the asylum. Neville Chamberlain knew when they invaded Poland, but I can't describe it for you. They thought he was a nut. He was "the crazy aunt in the basement" that Ross Perot always talked about that every family has. It was somebody that had to be tolerated because of his previous contributions and so forth, but he'd gone off the rails on this Hitler business.

But what did it take, what element was there for Churchill to rise up? That element was Hitler. In other words, to become a Churchill you first have to believe that you're facing a Hitler. Now, what if...? I know it's easy -- and Snerdley pooh-poohs this. But what if...? I'll mention it. What if Chris Christie or any of these other people in the Republican gang right now, those who we're pretty sure are in (and those that we'd like to see in but aren't like Bobby Jindal and Rubio and Allen West) don't see it as dire as our first caller from Canada? Now, don't pooh-pooh this. All right, now... (interruption) Wait a second. Wait a second.

Snerdley just asked me... I tell you, this is the single source of the greatest frustration we all have. Snerdley just said, "How can anybody not see it?" I would dare say, Snerdley, half the country doesn't see it! Now, the polling data would suggest that we're moving closer to people seeing it, but there's a story in the Wall Street Journal today about all these hedge fund guys that gave all this money and raised all this money for Obama who are now gonna raise money and give money to the Republicans. I read this story (and I might share it with you here; I have it in the stack) and it focuses on a couple of them.

It also focuses on some hedge fund guys who are still gonna raise money and give everything they can to Obama. Now, everybody makes an assumption about people with money, and that is that they're smarter than everybody else because they have a lot of money. There's something about wealth that connotes intelligence. But I'm telling you (snorts): Where is the brain in any hedge fund guy who supports Obama? Why do we automatically assume there's intelligence there, unless there is a specific crony capitalist arrangement between that particular hedge fund guy and Obama -- which is kinds of things he's doing. Jeffrey Immelt at GE is a classic example of crony capitalism, which is Obama essentially compromising one.

But the crony capitalist -- in this case Immelt -- is not paying any taxes, his company's getting all kinds of government investment, his company's growing with government dollars. That's his job. So if it's easier to get government money to grow the bottom line, to go out and sell stuff and grow the bottom line, then he'll do it. You think Immelt cares a hell of a whit where the country's headed? You think Immelt looks at Obama as Hitler? More like the Easter bunny! More like a gift every day! Obama's Christmas morning for GE. Obama's is adult Christmas for -- well, now over half the country, in terms of what they're getting, dependence and so forth.

So when you say who could possibly not understand the dire circumstances, telling you it's a lot of people that don't see it that way. (interruption) I'm telling you that Immelt may not care about $14 trillion in debt as long as GE's okay! Of course he sees $14 trillion, but he may not think it's a problem. Why in the world would Immelt think it's a problem when GE's going through the roof? Why should he care? (interruption) The hell with the country! He's a citizen of the world. GE sells and makes stuff all over the place. They don't think the country's gonna collapse! This is exactly what I'm telling you. You and I sit here, we think, "Obama wins in 2012 and the country as we know it's over." That's what we think.

Especially if Obama keeps appointing judges and if the judiciary just becomes an extended Democrat Congress, with lifetime appointments then that's why this Supreme Court decision on not fast tracking Obamacare on this Virginia lawsuit is very troubling to me. But there are a lot of people who don't put the country first. A lot of people are self-focused. I don't know this about Chris Christie or any of these other guys. I'm just throwing it out there as a possibility. The Republican leadership is not acting like the country is facing an imminent threat. The GOP leadership doesn't see it the way we do. Do you think they do?

Paul Ryan does, but the whole leadership, do you think they do? Who are the Republicans trying to marginalize? They're trying to marginalize the DeMints; they're trying to marginalize the Tea Party people. The Republicans don't see it that way -- or if they do, they don't want to roll up the sleeves and act on it. They don't want to work that hard. All I'm doing is responding to the woman's question. She wanted to know why, in this case Christie, is sitting back and saying, "I'm not ready." There's also the possibility that he honestly thinks he's not. But she doesn't want to accept that because the circumstances are such that where's the leadership? "The country hangs in the balance. You're not ready is not an excuse."

It might be to him. Clearly Obama wasn't ready, from our perspective, but from his he was made to order! From somebody's perspective Obama was made to order. From somebody's perspective, Obama is doing a flawless job. From somebody's perspective, Obama's the best president we've ever had. This is the kind of stuff that we are dealing with. When you ask me, Snerdley -- it's a great question. When you asked me, "Who doesn't see that the country is on the brink of collapse?" another better question is, "How many people are happy to realize that, and how do they vote?" They vote Democrat.

So it's like I say: You have to believe you're facing a Hitler in order to become a Churchill. And, by the way, folks, don't anybody start getting infantile here and say that we're comparing Obama to Hitler. You can make those comparisons on social policy, health care, the way the Nazis's the Socialist Party ran things, but we're not talking about the World War II Hitler here. You know, don't go batty on me and get all childish and immature. You know what I mean, and you know what you don't mean, and don't start trying to screw it up. The point is this: I talk to a lot of Republican leaders and I'm telling you: I don't hear myself when I listen to 'em talk, and I don't know that they hear me.

I don't know how many elected Republicans actually think as we do, or see the future of the country as we do. Chalk it up to Ruling Class, chalk it up to some people who may not think that there's a whole lot here worth preserving. The country's made up of all kinds of people with all kinds of beliefs and we're having all kinds of arguments. Now, those of us who fashion ourselves as the epitome of patriotic Americans who are devoted to the preservation of this country as founded, we find it intellectually difficult to believe (or understand) how this country could be to reviled and hated, but it is.

I mean, it is despised by people born and raised here and who have lived here their whole lives -- and they vote, too; and they vote for anybody who's gonna make them think that they also see the country that way; and I guarantee you that's gonna be Democrats far more often than anybody else. I don't know how many people actually look at the future of the country and see things that are apocalyptic. So for the woman's question to be answered in an accurate way, we'd have to first find out if the people she wants to run see the future as she does. But isn't that's what's frustrating, that so many people don't see it the way we do?

On our side. Forget the Democrats. We know that they don't.

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RUSH: Vickie in Brooksville, Kentucky, welcome to the EIB Network. Hi.

CALLER: Hi, Rush. It is an honor once again to speak with you.

RUSH: Thank you very much.

CALLER: I want to tell you up front I'm on a cell phone, so we have that out of the way. But I wanted to try to explain why I think that Donald Trump, who I think is just a horrible candidate for the Republicans, is catching on with so many Republicans. It's because he talks like he's got some balls. And I'm begging, I'm begging for somebody in the Republican Party to step forward that's got some balls. You know what I'm saying?

RUSH: (laughing) I'm not sure. I'm not sure what you mean by that.

CALLER: Okay. I'm gonna tell you. Everything that's coming out of Republicans' mouths sounds like it has been put through some sort of PC machine. And I'm sick of it. Just talk plain.

RUSH: Wait a minute. Trump's got balls, the other guys don't, but you don't like Trump. You want somebody with balls. Trump's got 'em but you don't like him. Why?

CALLER: Well, I don't like Trump for a myriad of reasons. There are a thousand different reasons. I think he's a publicity whore. I think he's an awful candidate. You know, I don't think that he would be a good candidate for the Republican Party.

RUSH: All right.

CALLER: I don't think he's a conservative, first of all. That's first and foremost.

RUSH: I do think he has a skewed view of conservatism, I do. I think somebody's given him a bit of a misread on the conservative base. So I'll grant you that. But it is a problem. Look, I'm not being serious. I was joking. I know what you mean when you say people lack some fortitude. I don't know what the fear is. I mean I've tried to figure it out. I've considered still a fear of race, any criticism of Obama's gonna result in being called racist. That fear I think is always gonna be there. I think fear of the Republican hierarchy. There is this notion that you wait 'til it's your turn.

CALLER: I know. And that's the part that kills me because we've had Dole, we've had McCain. I mean for God's sake, can we please get somebody who's a real conservative and talks like one? That's all I want. That's all I want. People would go crazy nuts in this country.

RUSH: Who do you have in mind? Is there anybody out there that you wish?

CALLER: Oh, please. You named him. Allen West, amen, brother. And Chris Christie. And Paul Ryan, even. I mean I don't care, somebody who acts like a conservative, who is a conservative and can prove that they're conservative. I'm just sick and tired of RINO people getting the nomination because it's their turn. Well, I'm sorry. But this country's going to hell in a handbasket and we gotta stop giving people their turn.

RUSH: Yeah, I know, that's a big stumbling point with people, but if you want to rise within the ranks of power in the Republican Party, you wait your turn. It's a business like anything else. It's got its caste system. I'm not defending it. Just explaining the way it works.

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RUSH: Now, you talk about, "Where is our big conservative leader?" You see what happens to them in Sarah Palin. Now, there are any number of explanations for what has happened to Sarah Palin. Remember the story we had yesterday from Politico in which I said I don't think I have ever seen a more purposeful, willful effort to destroy, impugn, degrade, everything else, a person's character, reputation, and life, as though it was a game. It happens every day in the leftist media, but that story yesterday and the eagerness with which the left is looking toward the destruction of Palin. Now, imagine, folks, none of this stuff happens in a vacuum and I'm not offering excuses for anybody. I'm just trying to explain. People ask questions, I'm trying to explain. Suppose you are a Republican candidate, and you see that? Let me ask any of you, how would you like to have that kind of press coverage of your life? The constant investigation, the lies, paparazzi constantly following, reporters buying the house next door to where you live.

As much as anything, this takedown of Sarah Palin is a warning to anybody else who's thinking about trying it. We can get you, too. Don't think they don't think that. Now you might understand why they speak through the PC machine or try to keep a close vest as to what their real intentions are. I'm guessing here, folks, I don't have answers here with ontological certitude, but you ask yourself these questions, and I know that there is paranoia on the Republican side about being seen as friends of Big Oil. People on our side think the media is setting a trap every time they ask about Big Oil. That's why our guys will say, "Big Oil needs to be paying their fair share." It's just the path of least resistance. It's easier. Sarah Palin, "Drill, baby, drill." Look at what they've done to those three words, drill, baby, drill. They have built an entire policy around destroying that whole concept, even though it's the epitome of common sense and logic. Drill, baby, drill.

The left is a formidable bunch and there aren't a whole lot of people who want to take them on in politics. There just aren't a whole lot of people who want to take them on. It's a scary thing for a lot of people. Meanwhile, here's Obama shaking down BP. Remember that $20 billion slush fund he got from BP, and he hadn't spent it? It was ostensibly to make people whole who had lost all in the BP spill. But no, they only spent $3.8 billion of it. Interesting, isn't it? And, meanwhile, it's the GOP that's in the back pocket of Big Oil. Big Oil is donating all this money to Obama. Obama shakes a finger at 'em, BP says, "How much you want? How much you want?" and they write a check for $20 billion. There's genuine fear of these people. Ask Scooter Libby. Ask Robert Bork. Ask Clarence Thomas. Look at what happens. Again, I'm just throwing out possible answers. You're gonna call here and you're gonna ask me things. I'm gonna do my best to answer the question.

The left hates Sarah Palin because she reminds them of why they hate themselves. You have to understand who you're dealing with on the left, the self-loathing and the self-hatred on the left. We're not dealing with happy people. You've heard the phrase "miserably happy." That's them. Something has to be wrong every day or there's not happiness in their lives. Something has to be wrong; something has to be going wrong. It's like the old saw that a lot of people are afraid of success. Trust me, I've met a bunch of them. They can't handle it. They don't believe it's real. Success happens to 'em and they're so convinced that they don't deserve it and it isn't gonna last that they don't live it, because they're afraid they're gonna lose it anyway. So they go ahead and throw it away early rather than suffer the loss of losing it. I have never been afraid of success. But a lot of people are. You have no idea how much fear governs everybody's life with everybody's actions. I know, I know, I know, I know, Obama got more from BP than any other candidate before the oil spill. And look what he still did to 'em.

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1 posted on 04/26/2011 3:45:49 PM PDT by COBOL2Java
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To: COBOL2Java

It was the best call of the day .


2 posted on 04/26/2011 3:48:28 PM PDT by katykelly
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To: COBOL2Java
Rush: "As much as anything, this takedown of Sarah Palin is a warning to anybody else who's thinking about trying it. We can get you, too. Don't think they don't think that."

I think that's the money quote right there.

3 posted on 04/26/2011 3:49:48 PM PDT by COBOL2Java (Obama is the least qualified guy in whatever room he walks into.)
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To: COBOL2Java

Churchill wasn’t a gelding ... the GOP only allows geldings ... with no spines.


4 posted on 04/26/2011 3:51:16 PM PDT by spodefly (This is my tag line. There are many like it, but this one is mine.)
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To: COBOL2Java

That bawling rummy Boner pounds the Jameson's at least as hard as Churchill.

5 posted on 04/26/2011 3:51:58 PM PDT by Snickering Hound
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To: COBOL2Java; unkus; MamaDearest; bitt; 70th Division; 2ndDivisionVet; justiceseeker93

I heard this caller and agreed with her wholeheartedly. We have spineless, gutless politicians in DC and especially in the Speaker’s office. Where are supposed men in Congress with the spine and guts to defend this country from the enemies within?

They must start telling the American people the names of the traitors who are destroying our country and destroying our children and grandchildren’s future.


6 posted on 04/26/2011 3:51:58 PM PDT by ExTexasRedhead
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To: COBOL2Java

Out Churchill wears a skirt.


7 posted on 04/26/2011 3:52:31 PM PDT by texmexis best
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To: COBOL2Java

bkmrrk


8 posted on 04/26/2011 3:53:26 PM PDT by Huck (We must have universal healthcare. -- Donald Trump.)
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To: COBOL2Java
Caller: Where is the GOP Churchill?

Temporarily residing in Wasilla, AK.

9 posted on 04/26/2011 3:53:45 PM PDT by upsdriver (to undo the damage the "intellectual elites" have done. . . . . Sarah Palin for President!)
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To: COBOL2Java

Sarah Palin is now very much like Churchill in pre-WW-II days ... See what I mean in Sarah’s Facebook posting at https://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/america-deserves-libya-explanation/10150165452518435


10 posted on 04/26/2011 3:53:49 PM PDT by OldNavyVet (One trillion days, at 365 days per year, is 2,739,726,027 years ... almost 3 billion years)
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To: texmexis best

Our Churchill fights like a girl.


11 posted on 04/26/2011 3:55:07 PM PDT by newfreep (Palin/West 2012 - Bolton: Secy of State)
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To: COBOL2Java

Its not exactly like Churchill “stepped up to the plate”. He wanted to step up, but was not allowed to. He warned, and warned, and warned during the wilderness years, and hardly anyone was listening. Then finally when all hell was breaking loose, Chamberlain had made one too many mistakes, Churchill was thrust into the leadership position.

There is analogy here... with dire warnings about stagflation, hyperinflation, marxism over many years, and useful idiots still vote ‘rat.


12 posted on 04/26/2011 3:55:15 PM PDT by C210N (0bama, Making the US safe for Global Marxism)
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To: spodefly
Where is the GOP Churchill?,

He was sent back to England from the current hubris in the executive branch. Would anyone venture a guess as to why Obama sent his statue back?

Here's a clue............

This Honorary American Citizen understood the problem completely.     "How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries!     Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia     in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.   Improvident habits, slovenly     systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of     property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.  A degraded     sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its     dignity and sanctity.  The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must     belong to some man as his absolute property - either as a child, a wife, or     a concubine - must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam     has ceased to be a great power among men."     "Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities.   Thousands become the     brave and loyal soldiers of the Queen: all know how to die.   But the influence     of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.     No stronger retrograde force exists in the world.   Far from being moribund,     Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytising faith.   It has already spread     throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were     it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science - the science     against which it had vainly struggled - the civilisation of modern Europe might     fall, as fell the civilisation of ancient Rome."    -- Winston Churchill

13 posted on 04/26/2011 3:56:09 PM PDT by blackdog (The mystery of government is not how Washington works but how to make it stop)
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To: COBOL2Java

Except that the leftist media machine failed to take down Palin.


14 posted on 04/26/2011 3:57:23 PM PDT by upsdriver (to undo the damage the "intellectual elites" have done. . . . . Sarah Palin for President!)
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To: newfreep

Indeed she does. Watch out the hard right.


15 posted on 04/26/2011 3:58:30 PM PDT by texmexis best
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To: newfreep

Indeed she does. Watch out for the hard right.


16 posted on 04/26/2011 3:58:39 PM PDT by texmexis best
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To: blackdog

It sure ain’t Christie


17 posted on 04/26/2011 3:58:39 PM PDT by HonestConservative (http://www.freedomradiorocks.com)
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To: COBOL2Java

The caller’s premise is all wrong. Gov. Christie is answering the call by serving as New Jersey’s governor. There are plenty of ways to lead besides running for president. And little does she know the conservative base would destroy Christie if he ran. I’m glad he’s staying here in NJ for now.


18 posted on 04/26/2011 4:00:48 PM PDT by Huck (We must have universal healthcare. -- Donald Trump.)
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Exactly right. If Christie can get NJ turned around and show off *real* results, that does more for the cause of limited government and cost reduction than anything else he could do.

The issue in NJ is the same in many states, and winning the battles at the state level has to be done by someone. Let’s leave the guys and gals who are winning these battles at the state level there to finish the job.


19 posted on 04/26/2011 4:06:55 PM PDT by NVDave
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To: COBOL2Java
Caller: Where is the GOP Churchill?

DONALD TRUMP...

Churchill was in the Liberal party before he was in the Conservative party.

NEITHER THE LIBERALS OR CONSERVATIVES LIKED CHURCHILL AND THEY BOTH STABBED HIM IN THE BACK EVERY CHANCE THEY GOT...

The level of educational ignorance on history is remarkable in this country...

20 posted on 04/26/2011 4:09:52 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: COBOL2Java

I’m not aware that Sarah HAS been taken down. And it’s a fools errand to try to pick a candidate they won’t try the same thing with. Does ANY sane person (Rush,,this means you) really believe they wont do the same tactic agaionst anyone who runs against the great Obama?

Mitt? Mormon,, healthcare, flip flop, prob has 5 secret wives, walks around naked in the temple, draft dodger.

Huck? Guitar pickin preacher hillbilly, fat sons,

Daniels?? Bushie establishment tool,,

Jeb,,, Please,,

The fact is, they will immediately turn full fury rectal exam on ANYONE we pick,,. SO we just pick whoever we want. I vote Sarah.

PS,,and why do i care what a Canadian thinks?


21 posted on 04/26/2011 4:15:34 PM PDT by DesertRhino (I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office)
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To: blackdog

Excellent observation.


22 posted on 04/26/2011 4:18:01 PM PDT by COUNTrecount (Barry...above his poi grade.)
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To: COBOL2Java

And i can’t wait for pro islamic, pro abort, anti gun Christie. Talking tough to a few school marms once or twice isn’t enough for me. He’s pretty much only good on the budget,,, other than that he’s a fat dude from likely the most corrupt state.

Sarah is fine. ANd she pisses them off the most,, so i like her best.


23 posted on 04/26/2011 4:18:43 PM PDT by DesertRhino (I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office)
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To: Sir Francis Dashwood

****The level of educational ignorance on history is remarkable in this country... ****

John Dewey wanted AMerica to teach for the New World of Communism. His disciples agreed, even to today, at a school near you.

Historical ignorance, especially of ‘American Exceptionalism’
was Deweys’ goal: it has largely been actualized.


24 posted on 04/26/2011 4:27:51 PM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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To: COBOL2Java
Far too many Chamberlains... a Churchill need not apply... Until we purge the rino's and establishment pubbies it will never change.


I cut them off financially back in 2006 but they still have not learned. I guess the progressives think that by impoverishing and enslaving the middle class they can silence all opposition to the rino class


But national campaigns are not built only out of money or else Perot would have been elected. They are in overdrive because folks are actually FEELING the hope and change Obama was talking about and they don't like it. So the game is neutralize the conservatives and tea party people so that they can send another sacrificial lamb in 2012 to keep their agenda moving forward!


We do not have to beat Obama in 2012 but we MUST beat the rinos in 2011 and 2012 if we want to save the republic!

25 posted on 04/26/2011 4:36:56 PM PDT by Nat Turner (I can see NOVEMBER 2012 from my house....)
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To: DesertRhino

You make a good point there, DesertRhino!


26 posted on 04/26/2011 4:46:20 PM PDT by Let_It_Be_So
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To: COBOL2Java
Her name is,

Sara Palin

27 posted on 04/26/2011 4:47:59 PM PDT by painter (No wonder democrats don't mind taxes.THEY DON'T PAY THEM !)
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To: GladesGuru

When people talk about Churchill, most often (90% of the time) they haven’t read a single book he has written or a single book written about him... I have read every one I could get my hands on, which is several dozen.

I just finished Don Rumsfeld’s book last week and it is a slogging read, but worth the knowledge more than you can know... McCain and Graham are traitors...

I love to openly dare anyone to challenge me on certain topics concerning the books I have read


28 posted on 04/26/2011 4:53:28 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: COBOL2Java
Rush: "As much as anything, this takedown of Sarah Palin is a warning to anybody else who's thinking about trying it. We can get you, too. Don't think they don't think that."

I have yet to see anyone on the left 'take down' Sarah Palin. Oh, they've tried, and they will continue to try ... but no one has succeeded.

29 posted on 04/26/2011 4:55:22 PM PDT by Colonel_Flagg ("It's hard to take the president seriously." - Jim DeMint)
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To: Sir Francis Dashwood
Churchill was in the Liberal party before he was in the Conservative party. NEITHER THE LIBERALS OR CONSERVATIVES LIKED CHURCHILL AND THEY BOTH STABBED HIM IN THE BACK EVERY CHANCE THEY GOT...

Makes Trump sound rather Churchillian after all.

30 posted on 04/26/2011 4:58:13 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: Sir Francis Dashwood

Can’t remember what it was,,, but i read one of Churchills collected articles from Harpers and other periodicals. And his History of America in the civil war era was amazing. His stories describing American culture in the 1920s to the people back home was one of the funniest things ive ever read. Loved his continual sarcastic references to prohibition too. His wit was up there with Twain,,


31 posted on 04/26/2011 5:00:28 PM PDT by DesertRhino (I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office)
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To: Snickering Hound

I knew when the GOP elected The Weeper as Speaker that they weren’t taking this seriously.


32 posted on 04/26/2011 5:06:54 PM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: painter

I love Sarah, I wish her the best and will support her if she wins the nomination...

I left the Republican party when they nominated McCain.

McCain is a traitor.

I think being attached to McCain like she was in the last Arizona senate primary did her in.

If the Republicans don’t bring a new crop of candidates, they are dead

And the national party organization with all of its hacks and consultants getting involved in primary elections really pisses off grass roots people like me.

Look at that wretched hag we got in Alaska...


33 posted on 04/26/2011 5:09:08 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: hinckley buzzard

Doesn’t it?

Myself is all I can speak for...

But when I see someone like Trump show a willingness to step up, I know this country is in serious trouble and Republicans sniping at him doesn’t do any of us any favors...


34 posted on 04/26/2011 5:14:31 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: COBOL2Java
These callers perfectly capture the underlying, angry feelings that conservatives have right now.

I am not holding my nose or supporting a RINO ever again, period. If the nominee is not Sarah Palin or whoever she endorses, then I'm sitting out, retreating to my property, and waiting for the big showdown that's going to happen.

35 posted on 04/26/2011 5:15:11 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist (Governor Sarah Heath Palin for President of the United States in 2012)
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To: DesertRhino

He published some of his books in periodicals as installments... it made him more money that way... and being the son of a duke lent credibility for the publisher to bandy about...


36 posted on 04/26/2011 5:17:09 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

I’m not angry...

I am screaming mad and f-—ing hostile... and that’s just first thing in the morning...

After news of the day I am agitated just a wee bit more...


37 posted on 04/26/2011 5:20:09 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist
I think Boehner and the rest of the Gelded Old Party are going to try to shove another Dole or McCain down our throats again next year - nominating someone who's gone through the ranks, as opposed to someone who might actually win. Again.

All we can do is continue to weed out the RINOs via the Congressional and local elections, and eventually, hopefully, we'll have someone in 2016. If it's not too late.

38 posted on 04/26/2011 5:20:17 PM PDT by COBOL2Java (Obama is the least qualified guy in whatever room he walks into.)
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To: Stillwaters

A transcript of the Limbaugh show I mentioned to you in which he theorizes as to why no “Churchill” has stepped forward to lead.


39 posted on 04/26/2011 5:23:09 PM PDT by lonevoice (Where the Welfare State is on the march, the Police State is not far behind)
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To: COBOL2Java

As much as I do like Sarah Palin, I think she is a false hope...


40 posted on 04/26/2011 5:27:10 PM PDT by Sir Francis Dashwood (Arjuna, why have you have dropped your bow???)
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To: COBOL2Java

Yes, where is our Churchill, indeed? I would love to see Sarah and West answer that call. I don’t think Christie is it.

That said, I have a comment about the 2nd caller. I am a woman and a lady, and I am just so disgusted with the way the term for testicles is just thrown around in conversation. It is especially disgusting when a woman, such as Rush’s 2nd caller here, does so. Whatever happened to words such as “courage” or “fortitude”. Why have so many on our side sunken into the gutter with the leftists.


41 posted on 04/26/2011 5:29:42 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin in 2012)
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To: Snickering Hound

Documentation?


42 posted on 04/26/2011 5:31:16 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin in 2012)
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To: texmexis best

Out Churchill wears a skirt.

%%%
FR needs a “Like” button.


43 posted on 04/26/2011 5:32:39 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin in 2012)
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To: blackdog
"How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property - either as a child, a wife, or a concubine - must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men." "Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities. Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the Queen: all know how to die. But the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytising faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science - the science against which it had vainly struggled - the civilisation of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilisation of ancient Rome." -- Winston Churchill
I've read this before but didn't make the connection with why the Kenyan King got rid of the bust. Wow.
44 posted on 04/26/2011 5:36:31 PM PDT by samtheman
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To: DesertRhino

Agreed 1000%.........Christie may appeal to some but not to me. All I see when he opens his mouth is a fat guy with an attiude. His views on the Second Amendment and being “Pro Death” makes him “Persona Non Gratta” in my opinion and if he ran it would mean nothing to me.

Sarah or Allen West. Any of the other tired old has beens will just make me sit it out and let the chips fall where they may.


45 posted on 04/26/2011 5:40:16 PM PDT by Rebel Wolf (I came into this world kicking, screaming and bloody. I have no problem going out the same way......)
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To: COBOL2Java

There’s a Churchill only once a century. In 1911 he was the new First Lord of the Admiralty, sort of the secretary of the Royal Navy. He didn’t become Prime Minister until 1940, and after the war he was turned out of office.


46 posted on 04/26/2011 6:20:04 PM PDT by pabianice
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To: pabianice; All
...after the war [Churchill] was turned out of office.

I believe that the British election that turned Churchill out of office occurred between the Nazi surrender and the Japanese surrender. So he was defeated (by a lefty Labourite) even before the hostilities were concluded.

But he did come back to serve as PM during the early 1950s.

47 posted on 04/26/2011 6:58:04 PM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: COBOL2Java; All
We need a strong statesman to represent the GOP who can draw as clear a word picture describing the distinction between the collectivist/socialist policies of Obama and his minions and the foundations in individual enterprise which made America a land of opportunity, freedom, prosperity, plenty and a beacon of liberty for oppressed people all over the world.

The following statement by Churchill, upon leaving office as Prime Minister in 1945, was prophetic for Great Britain, and as it turns out, the United States and the world:

"I do not believe in the power of the State to plan and enforce. No matter how numerous are the committees they set up or the ever-growing hordes of officials they employ or the severity of the punishments they inflict or threaten, they can't approach the high level of internal economic production achieved under free enterprise. Personal initiative, competitive selection, and profit motive corrected by failure and the infinite processes of good housekeeping and personal ingenuity, these constitute the life of a free society. It is this vital creative impulse that I deeply fear the doctrines and policies of the socialist government has destroyed. Nothing that they can plan and order and rush around enforcing will take its place. They have broken the main spring and until we get a new one, the watch wil not go. Set the people free. Get out of the way and let them make the best of themselves. I am sure that this policy of equalizing misery and organizing society--instead of allowing diligence, self-interest and ingenuity to produce abundance--has only to be prolonged to kill this British Island stone dead."

48 posted on 04/26/2011 7:45:51 PM PDT by loveliberty2
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To: ExTexasRedhead

I heard her and could actually feel her frustration. The frustration is increasing daily. Politicians are not going to hold public events much longer. They’ll be hunkered down in their bunkers six months from now.


49 posted on 04/26/2011 8:08:20 PM PDT by unkus
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To: Nat Turner; unkus; ViLaLuz; Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
We do not have to beat Obama in 2012

O.M.G.

STUNNING

SIMPLY STUNNING ...........




If that is to be the so-called republican strategy, then we are doomed ... DOOMED!
I'll stick with my strategy!

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50 posted on 04/27/2011 5:10:32 AM PDT by Just A Nobody (Beware the ENEMEDIA ... Never Again! Support our Troops!)
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