Skip to comments.THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! 12-28-11
Posted on 12/28/2011 3:07:21 PM PST by dynachrome
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In. Good show yesterday.
Saw your mosin thread yesterday. Gotta admit I’m a bit partial to American steel chambered in 30-06.
I just like old iron and wood stocks. A Garand is on my wish list.
Live. rock and roll wednesday?
What’s with all the audio skips - many yesterday and already one today one min. into the show ?
A Savage examination of Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich.
modern technology at it’s finest. haha.
...One link till fish gets here, I have others if anyone needs them.
The KCMO stream going good.
...You post something today? I missed it.
...I’m linking it now, had some issues yestiday.
Savage has Ron Paul pegged.
Never experienced this problem with any other online radio broadcasts .
Click the Play button to listen to savage.
Mosin madness yesterday. funny video:
...Tom Sowell all but endorses Gingrich.
...Though my sound card was bad, I had to play with KCMO sound buttons. No problems.
We ARE doomed.
...I was on for R. Paul, but lately I'm not so sure. )-;) He's bad news with JR, and it's not good pissing him off lately.
Time for a Bufferin', perhaps??
Meanwhile, I'm wondering if my local station which automates so much to save on money by reducing quality too will knock out Savage again with ads at 3:45PM and 4:15PM, just as Savage is winding up.
If he times it right, he can again say like he did to the 1st caller that there's nothing more to add.
...I’ll settle for getting back the senate. Gave up on losing BHO.
“By late October, they will be advertising The Second Coming.”
“Unemployment at 7.9%. Praise obozo. Worship obozo”/s
Thanks to the link to another station, yep choppiness going on...
“vote for the fat, old white guy”
Hey, I didn’t know I was running for President! nyuk, nyuk
Never say Never. Carter was an incumbent and he got defeated.
That said, I didn't pay as much attention to politics then as I do now. So it seems to me that Reagan is much more appreciated like famous composers, i.e., posthumously.
They will tweak it to show a 7% unemployment with no true facts but that doesn’t matter.
Caller won’t last long.
...I got the point, I have rethought my position. Paul still has good ideas on domestic issues and that’s what I look at. One issue at a time.
...Doc didn’t beach the boat today, so I guess that caller caught a break.
He’s right. I remember hearing about the #1 reason why women voted for JFK was because of his looks.
Silly & materialistic.
Yes, I agree.
But sadly he has gone over the cliff by appealing to the nut jobs.
Run Paul Surging In Republican Race, But Only Among Mischief Voters, Not Republicans
Using Radiotime, www.tunein.com (formerly radiotime.com), will link you to radio stations all over the world.
You also have many ways to select what you want, for example
any talker, by name, type of sport, music.
You can select any location by country, state, or city.
You can set your stations in a preset list, making it very easy to go back to any station.
I also use Dar.fm if I want to set my computer to record
a program that might come on while I am asleep or away.
I use it to record Rush every day, as he comes on while I am asleep.
Naked corruption and graft. The obozo admin doesn’t even try to hide it anymore
Gary Johnson announces Libertarian bid for president
By Ben Wolfgang
The Washington Times
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
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Presidential contender Rick Santorum believes he is gaining momentum. Does the former Pennsylvania senator have a chance at winning the Republican nomination?
Presidential hopeful Gary Johnson announced Wednesday that he’s bolting the Republican Party in favor of a long-shot Libertarian bid.
Mr. Johnson, a former two-term governor of New Mexico, blamed the Republican establishment for freezing him out of debates, despite his “solid record of job creation” and experience leading the border state.
...I’m a skinny old white guy. call me Stan, I’ll call you Olley.
Savage has mentioned libertarian stuff. I don't want to miss the opportunity to mention what the behavioral economists loosed upon us by Obama are doing; to wit, the czars and their fetters.
Obama's regulatory czar Cass R. Sunstein writes:
"The idea of libertarian paternalism might seem to be an oxymoron, but it is both possible and legitimate for private and public institutions to affect behavior while also respecting freedom of choice."
"Often people's preferences are ill-formed . . . In these circumstances, a form of paternalism cannot be avoided [to overcome the decision-makers' limited knowledge and just plain stupidity otherwise known as] bounded rationality . . . libertarian paternalists should attempt to steer people's choices in welfare-promoting directions without eliminating freedom of choice . . . It is also possible to show how a libertarian paternalist might select among the possible options and to assess how much choice to offer." [End of quotes]
IOW Cass R. Sunstein and the Obamanists decide the options from among which you are permitted to choose. You get to be a libertarian! and they get to be the slave masters. What a deal!
Sunstein in the past has condemned Free Republic as a bad thing.
Another fine mess you’ve gotten us into.
Thanks Alex-great site!!! definitely a bookmark! :)
will check out dar.fm too for days savage isn’t on-I can only take 1 talk show a day (ok maybe beck’s opening segment but that’s it)
...You were right about Doc and the godfather lines. My new favorite word he uses is shmeckle. HAAAAA.
Gargoyle thought you were a girl :O
Savage contends Tea Party people are backing Gingrich. Yet is that completely accurate?
When asked who they really want, I've heard more say they prefer Santorum since he sounds more conservative. They hesitate since they think he doesn't have "traction", yet they don't like the thought of the media selecting their candidate so they may just go for him instead of Newt.
Now during the top of the hour news break, I also heard Santorum is building up his numbers in Iowa. All those 99 counties -- visiting the 99% over 99 weeks?
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