Skip to comments.THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! 2-22-12
Posted on 02/21/2012 3:15:57 PM PST by dynachrome
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Or maybe Kuhner Time?
Live! The Doc is in!
Back in SanFranSicko he is.
And Savage’s soup of the day is Santorum.
Sez Santorum is right. Maybe Doc is getting off the romney bus.
Came in 5 min late to the show-talking about a white house adviser or something-moving my mouse close to the groucho button...
Talking about Santorum’s remarks.
Call the show at 1-800-449-8255
KCMO feed just died .
Time for a picture of Rush=Putz.
Call the show at 1-800-449-8255
Sounds like the sheeple have gone back to sleep. obozo has saved us from the euro/greece problems and gas prices going up are a good sign!/s
Link to links no bueno .
Will the religion question exacerbate the national debate?
I remote-viewed a book published in 2210 about America at the beginning of the twenty-first century. What's in store for us?
". . . some key [events] exacerbated the national debate, fraying trust, and national cohesion just a little more each time . . . The two-party system that had governed America . . . begin to fall apart . . . interest in politics took the place of all other forms of news-related entertainment . . . politicians were the celebrities . . . [Politics/ideology] was becoming such a habit, the reactions so automatic, that [journalists] taking sides on every news story became inevitable."
.. no wait! My mistake I just remembered that this is from for Love & Liberty by Robin Young and it's about 1857 America at the start of the administration of James Buchanan. My mistake.
Another home run day for Mike. That soundbite is simply nauseating.
I enjoyed Kuhner last night filling in for Savage!
And now we’re treated to Savage’s show becoming a Purity Products commercial for blueberry pills.
A friend is sold on Nu Skin stuff that includes the Asian fruit(I guess) gac that is suppose to be even better than the little blue dynamos but I want to stick with my blueberries.
The W.W.II story is correct.. and I started eating blueberries everyday years ago because of the eye benefits but it seems every year they discover more benefits.
He’s good, but his accent drives me crazzzzzy!
The explantion for the general’s genuflecting is even simpler than nefarious connections with globalist groups. He was probably told in no uncertain terms that if he didn’t tow the line put forth by his kommisars, he’d lose his military retirement and could kiss his career goodbye. Which is why I’m not as optimistic about some regarding the “oath keepers” and the like. Twist their arms a little and they’ll cave for that precious pension.
“could kiss his career goodbye”
The company I work for states they support it in their annual official statement crap. (They’re against “sexual harassment” , etc. every year)
If I had to answer “officially” whether I supported it, I would be out of a job.
One of his best shows. Three solid hours of of pulling no punches. Solid, well researched information that can be made good use of.
To a country in dire straits, the man's accent or affectation is of no consequence. His message is dead on; that is where the focus should be. I wish we could let go of the superficiality of concern about his accent in a time when we can't afford to get hung up on such things. Accent or not, he bravely brought the heavy artillery of the bold truth. Just my opinion...no ill will intended.
Let's give a good man a break. We need many more like him.
well said re: kuhner
he should have his own show (I know he used to from what I hear)
-the only thing that bugs me about him is his sycophantic attitude towards savage-which having his own show would hopefully put a stop to
Kuhner and Doug Urbanski are my favorite Savage fill-ins.
Thanks for the kind words!
Re: Kuhner's attitude, I used to feel somewhat the same way, but getting know him a little from his appearances on Savage, I honestly believe that he is being mostly genuine and really appreciates that much the opportunity to chair the Savage Nation. I could do with less of it, but I'm choosing to give him the benefit of the doubt that he's just a very courteous man more than a sycophant.
"A Good Man I Hard To Find" but maybe not impossible to find.
Does this make me a Kuhner sycophant? I hope not. : ) I guess I just don't like picking nits with the very few real independent thinking conservatives who labor on our behalf. I wish the Republican party could put up a candidate with even 25% of the courage and conviction of a Jeff Kuhner.
Good post-you have a point maybe kuhner is just a kind person who appreciates the opportunity (as he says)
he could tone it down tho