Look, I hate to break this to whoever did this story, but she was hand picked by Rod Blagoivich for his administration when he was governor for his cabinet. She’s a liberal through and through. She’s on record supporting Obamacare, cap and trade, and the tax increase recently passed in IL.
January 17, 2013 at 1:08am
How many rounds did Timothy McVeigh fire? Just wondering…
January 28, 2012 at 10:17pm
Anyone who cares about how much Romney is worth has some liberalism in them.
From the estimates I've seen/heard Glenn's dion' better that all but 1 or maaaayyyybeeee 2 of these guys ... (rumored to have brought in btwn $31-37 m in ea of the last 2 yrs).
January 28, 2012 at 10:09pm
I just saw that you support Newt. Really, you don’t think there isn’t a mountain of negative history to be used against him? I like it when Newt is being conservative, but he does what he does with very little fore-thought (couch with Princess Nancy). He’s a little too erratic. We need a president who can think of the right ideas to solve the problem (which Newt can probably do) AND a president who is disciplined enough to implement them (which Newt is not).
January 28, 2012 at 9:41pm
Babeuf, if you think digging up the past is a problem there is no way you can support Paul. He said in a debate, “Let Iran have nukes.” That one sound bite will be played over and over until everyone knows Paul doesn’t take the Islamist threat seriously. Add to the the anti-Semitic and racist writings in his own news letter. He really can’t win.
January 28, 2012 at 9:35pm
Yeah, look at how many times Romney cheated on his wife…. What? Oh, that was Newt? Ok, well at least no one loaded up bills with federal funds and other pork for his district because he knew the bill would pass and then voted against that bill. That would be pretty dishonest too. What? Ron Paul did that? Mr. Small Government?
It really makes me angry that Romney was so successful. All that money he inherited….Huh? He didn’t take his inheritance? You mean he earned his money? Well, how dare he work hard.
December 14, 2011 at 10:37pm
I thought something like this would make Beck happy, since if he supports Ron Paul he is basically supporting Obama.
December 13, 2011 at 10:54pm
I love how you throw around names like progressive when what you would do is support a real progressive (Obama). Any of the candidates in the GOP field would be more conservative than the current administration. If Newt, or Romney is elected many will be unhappy, including me, but the ship will start to go in the right direction.
As a side note, if Paul was the nominee he’d get my vote, because it would stop the true danger which is Obama. If he runs third party, Obama will continue to destroy the country both socially and economically. If your superiority complex thinks that’s ok, so be it. I would be disgusted with myself if I actively contributed to an Obama second term. Understand that a vote for Paul or any third party candidate does just that.
December 13, 2011 at 10:28pm
Then understand you can never complain about the things Obama does in the second term you will help him get. Sometimes you have to put away your own need to feel morally superior and do what is best for the country. If that means voting for the lesser of two evils, so be it.
December 13, 2011 at 10:26pm
Wants all drugs legal, his quote of “Let Iran have nukes!” Just to start with.
December 13, 2011 at 9:57pm
I like Beck, but I worry that this is just a grab at Paul’s supporters. I don’t know how his ratings are on his web show or his radio show, but I know he gets a lot less pub now that he left Fox. I would like to think that this isn’t something he would do, but it does seem like a solid business move. At the end of the day, if Paul runs Beck could still say that a vote for Paul is a vote for Obama (which it is.)
December 13, 2011 at 9:38pm
Look, Ron Paul is Unelectable. He said in a debate earlier this year that he is ok with Iran getting nukes. He also said in 2007 that he believes it’s ok to legalize heroin, not just pot, but the hard stuff on Meet the Press. I’m sorry but the ads write themselves against this guy.
Well there you have it folks, Pauls not electable, Tamcamry said it so it must be true. By the way Tam, tell me which presidents prevented the Soviets, Chinese, Pakistanis, Indians, Lord knows who else, and especially the North Koreans from getting theirs, and how many nukes have been used since more than one country possessed them? And as far as the drugs are concerned, drugs use is still as prevalent as ever despite the ever increasing laws, the difference now is that the governments making money too with their revenue generating fines! Go Paul!
Posted on December 13, 2011 at 9:38pm
Look, Ron Paul is Unelectable. He said in a debate earlier this year that he is ok with Iran getting nukes. He also said in 2007 that he believes it’s ok to legalize heroin,
#1 So it didn't bother you at all that Reagan allowed the Soviet Union to have nuclear weapons?
#2 If heroin was legal........would you start using it?.... why or why not?
November 13, 2011 at 2:36am
Yeah, its just too bad that Ron Paul is UTTERLY UNELECTABLE. Nukes for North Korea, legal heroin? Really. The commercials write themselves. Plus, he looks like he’s about to yell, “Get off my lawn!!” at a kid most of the time.
September 14, 2011 at 10:14pm
Other than Ronald Regan….
September 14, 2011 at 10:13pm
Hey what about someone who admired FDR and his new deal policies. A person like that definitely is not a conservative right?
September 14, 2011 at 10:10pm
I tried to read some of these comments and I keep seeing Perry’s association with Algore. Look, learn some history. RONALD REGAN was a DEMOCRAT 14 years before he ran for president. As a republican. I know many on this site probably don’t know who Ronald Regan was, but for those who do, was Ronald Regan ‘not really conservative in his heart’?
Reagan went to college and majored in economics and Perry went to college and majored in Animal Science-G.P.A. 2.5. Perry is NO Reagan! My pet rock has more gray matter than Perry! Perry is someone's puppet,I'm just trying to figure out who is pulling his strings!
"Rumors that Perry would defect to the GOP -- and run against populist Democratic Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower -- picked up steam by late 1989. On Sept. 29, 1989, he made it official at a Capitol news conference. At his side were GOP Chairman Fred Meyer and U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm, a former Democrat who was aggressively courting would-be converts.
"I intend to vote the same convictions," Perry said. "The only difference is there will be an R beside my name."