Skip to comments.Savage: Iraq blue fingerprint election was a mere "prop"
Posted on 02/04/2005 5:55:37 PM PST by jwb0581
Michael Savage said tonight on his radio program that the Jan. 31st elections in Iraq were merely a fraud and a prop. Of all people I thought Savage would welcome democracy in the Middle East. But he seems to think that the Iraqis will install an Islamic fundamentalist state. I'd like to get some thoughts on this.
My thought is that Savage is wrong, as usual. He's the right's Michael Moore. Flame away!
More evidence that Savage is a headcase.
Savage? He's still on? What a tool.
Savage says a lot of things. An entire post for one comment of thousands he makes per show?
No fire from me scarecrow.
They should be able to choose their own leader. Besides the person they voted for has never been radical.
He obviously doesn't understand Shi'ites.
Separation of church and state is, literally, an article of faith with Shi'ites. The Iranian mullahs are the exception to the Shi'ite rule, not the rule.
Every month he gets kookier and kookier. I'm suprised he's still on the radio.
Savage did one good thing..He wrote a book that got my grandson interested in politics..He is so off the wall. I wonder if he is bi polar.
Savage doesn't understand Shi'ite.
No argument here,............ I just listened to him for a few minutes a short while ago.....couldn't stomach it and I am about as far right as you can get.....he just keeps getting worse!!
Here's a foolproof formula to create a Savage Bashing Thread (R). Take one comment he makes on the radio, completely without context and just post it. Sit back and watch the fireworks.
I hope they do it here, then the dems will really loose some elections.
Savage's mind is like a junkdrawer of facts--all tossed in there, in such a mess that you can't find anything when you need it.
Savage had a preoccupation with the term quisling. I wonder if it is based on his own self reflection.
Personally, I think he says alot of things just for the sake of a reaction and publicity.
Sometimes, I get the feeling that he's only taking a viewpoint and using the worst rhetoric, because doing research and knowing why its the right viewpoint and explaining requires to much work.
At least most talk guys can do homework or put in effort, Savage just works on soundbites.
Its about quality, and Savage does not qualify.
He has gone over the deep end--big time.
Shi'ite for brains.
he's on a ratings hunt
I am right with you there. I'm pretty damned conservative, and he's like something that crawled out of the X-Files or something. He seems more motivated by his "hatin'" schtick than by anything approaching a coherent, reality-based worldview.
I can't stand the guy even when I agree with him.
He can't compete with other mainline conservatives so he has to go for the fringe extremist niche.
You must admit....this is one of his doozies.....
Vengeance is very much on their minds, or so it appears.
There is no equivalent to Archbishop Desmond Tutu (South African who wrote No Peace Without Forgiveness) in the Muslim world.
I really used to like him, have a couple of his books, but these past couple years, he's really flipped out.
I didn't hear Savage say that the elections were a fraud, but he did say, as he has in the past, that the only solution was a division of the country, into it's ethnic regions. I think that that is the obvious solution, as Savage as pointed out in the past, Iraq really isn't a nation. I wouldn't go along with Savage's proposed giving the Shiites to Iran in return for a no-nukes pledge.
Do you want to put the comment in context for us?
You sound like CNN claiming Eason Jordan's comments were taken out of context. There is no context in which the comments would be appropriate.
That's valid when you're talking about Savage. His stream-of-consciousness talking style allows that. In-depth analysis is not his forte.
I agree with your assessments..
No flame from me. Savage is one BITTER human being.
I've found Jerry Doyle on WBAP 820 out of Texas, (9 to midnight Central). He'll do alright, give him some time, and he gives Kennedy and the HildaBeast pure hell, and he doesn't hawk his books and videos every other breath.
If we institute the Ted Kennedy play right now - yes.
The fundamentalists would jump all over it.
But that is why we are there, and will stay for a bit. To make sure the seed has a chance to grow.
"Savage's mind is like a junkdrawer of facts--all tossed in there, in such a mess that you can't find anything when you need it."
Oh, Lordy, that just sums it up!! What a great comment ! LOL!
I hope you don't actually take this manic depressive, meglomaniac seriously?!
Savage sounds too much like Charles Schumer
I do suggest writting or calling your local radio station and tell them why you don't listen to their station during the hours he's on. Here in the Pacific Northwest it's KTTH
That's all there is to Michael Savage. Don't waste your time or my bandwidth on this guy. He is not worth it.
Yeah, whatever. You can only go on acting like a complete idiot for a minute before your credibility is questioned.
His intestines are reversed. Diahhrea comes out of his mouth instead of his butt.
I used to listen to Savage, but not anyore really. He said Condi was a parrot and not qualified to be SOS. Wonder what he is saying now.
Weiner is conservative as long as the checks keep coming in. Wave enough cash in front of his snout and he'll be a liberal, gay, or a frikkin' vampire.
i don't like savage. don't listen anymore.
i think he's a trojan horse, undermining convervatism.
he's too angry. he's too extreme.
The founders had pamphlets, we have Savage and Limbaugh and Hannity, etc.
They may not like each other, thats nothing new, the founders sometimes challeged each other to duels.
They share a common love of the USA , and the free enterprise and rugged individualism that made this nation a SUPERPOWER.
It's high time we listened to men like MS, our very survival is at stake.
Amin Al Husseini seen inspecting his Hanzar Division made up exclusively of Muslims, mostly from the Crotia/Bosnia/Serbia region. They actively lead the genocide against Serbs, Serbian Jews and Gypsies.
Amin Al Husseini meets with Adolf Hitler in November 1942, weeks before the decision to implement the Final Solution which sent Europe's Jews to the gas chamber. The Third Reich provided Amin Al Husseini with a salary and appointed him Head of the Hanzar SS Division. The Hanzar Division was made of Nazi Muslims and implemented the genocide of 250,000 Serbs, Gypsies and Jews during WWII.
Amin Al Husseini shown here on a Nazi poster recruiting fellow Muslims to join Hitler in the fight against the West and the Jews. His disciples today include Yasser Arafat, Saddam Hussein and the leaders of Hamas, Al Qeida and Islamic Jihad.
Amin Al Husseini, future President of the World Islamic Congress (1961) and founding father of the Arab League (1944) inspects his Muslim Nazi troops, the Hanzar Division. Amin Al Husseini making the traditional nazi salute.
Yasser Arafat became a disciple of Amin Al Husseini since the age of 17. Here: recent picture of Palestinian soldiers under the leadership of Arafat making the traditional Nazi salute.
Muslim Nazi soldiers at prayer to Allah.
Let Savage Be Savage....These (for a more PC term) people are from the Tribe of Ishmal (they're Warriors, it's in the
blood).Read and don't belive.Let's see what happens.
He is an egghead. With all his background in philosophy he ought to be lightyears ahead of Rush in understanding sovereignty and semiotics, but evidently there are a few gaps in his knowledge base.