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Dr. Michael Savage, radio talk show host
And, this is another reason
why I think the GOP Presidential field will be shaken up by a “DRAFT” candidate after Romney starts losing elections to Newt.
NEWT GINRICH IS UNELECTABLE. MITT ROMNEY IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH A CHANCE OF DEFEATING BARACK OBAMA, AND THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT THAN THAT FOR FUTURE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND SECURITY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. THEREFORE, I AM OFFERING NEWT GINGRICH ONE MILLION DOLLARS TO DROP OUT OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE FOR THE SAKE OF THE NATION.
IF NEWT GINGRICH REALLY LOVES THIS COUNTRY AS MUCH AS HE SAYS HE DOES, IF HE REALLY WANTS WHAT IS BEST FOR AMERICA, HE WILL SET HIS EGO ASIDE, CALL ME, AND ACCEPT MY OFFER. HIS CONTINUED CANDIDACY SPELLS NOTHING BUT RUIN FOR CONSERVATIVES, REPUBLICANS, AND ALL TRUE AMERICAN PATRIOTS. ONE MILLION DOLLARS IN EXCHANGE FOR PRESERVING THE NATION, NEWT. I SAY TAKE THE MONEY… AND DON’T RUN.
Well, the RIGHT is NOT happy with Mitt Romney and his lefty-leaning (I mean, moderate) flip flopping ways.
Hence, there will either be a draft candidate either before Super Tuesday or one recruited over the summer to broker up the summer convention. I doubt the battle royale between Romney and Gingrch will provide either with a majority of the delegates pledged to them on the first GOP Convention ballot.
Oh! Glenn Beck is NOT happy either.
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My choice is S.E. Cupp.
S. E. Cupp, a conservative writer and commentator, just landed her own show Mercury Radio Arts, the Glenn Beck-owned and operated production company. If Fox is serious about incorporating Beck programming, Cupp would be a good first place to start.
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Fox News’ Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin
Oh My, is right.
Moore, a green-eyed blonde who, like Palin, was once an Alaska beauty queen, albeit a few stripes more self-aware, drives her Subaru through downtown Anchorage, steering with one hand, holding a cigarette and her smartphone in the other. When Devon calls to tell her that Glenn Beck has booked the Dena’ina Center, the largest venue in Anchorage, for a speech on September 11, 2010, she sits bolt upright and yells. Immediately, they start trying to figure out what the news might mean. “Listen, listen, listen: Why in the world do you imagine Glenn Beck would come to Anchorage on 9/11? You think he might have a special guest? With a special announcement? Oh,” she says, her whole face falling as the implications of a Palin campaign kickoff hit her, “Jesus Christ.”
Probably a joint book/speaking tour announcement or some other media event.
But, you never know…….
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Chuck DeVore on Glenn Beck, Fox News Channel yesterday
But, Chuck, this is not what you were saying in 2005 when you were supporting the California Governator and voting for his 2005-2006 state budget.
So, the question is:
Is Chuck DeVore a fiscal conservative? Well, not in 2005 when DeVore voted for California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s disastrous budget. You remember the 2005-2006 budget that my then State Senator Tom McClintock opposed.
I am sorry to interrupt the chorus of self-congratulations, but I feel compelled to state an obvious fact â€“ that this budget is $6 billion out of balance; that the stateâ€™s chronic deficit spending is getting worse, not better; and that the growth of general fund spending is growing and not shrinking.
Nor can I join applauding the â€œpainstaking negotiationsâ€ that have produced this document. The fact is, in May the Governor proposed spending $88 billion (General Fund), the Democrats countered at $89 billion, and they have now compromised at $90 billion. I suppose it is a blessing that the negotiations didnâ€™t go on any longer.
Let me run through the vital statistics of this spending plan. According to the Legislative Analystâ€™s Office in June, inflation and population will grow 5 percent and revenue will grow 6 percent. But according to the budget staff analysis, spending will grow by 10 percent. That makes it measurably worse than the plan the Senate rejected on June 15th.
On June 15th, we rejected a $5 billion operating deficit. This budget spends $90 and takes in only $84 — for a SIX BILLION DOLLAR shortfall â€“ THIS YEAR.
On June 15th, we rejected a 9 percent increase in state spending. This budget is a 10 percent increase â€“ averaging 7 Â½ percent over the last two years. Spending increases under the Davis administration averaged 7 percent.
Let me repeat: This budget spends $6 billion more than we take in. Last year we spent $2 billion more than we took in. That means that this yearâ€™s operating deficit is THREE TIMES bigger than last yearâ€™s.
Now, Iâ€™m sorry to throw cold water on the celebration, but that is not progress. That is the opposite of progress.
And yet, once again, weâ€™re told that the budget is balanced. But the blunt truth is that it is only balanced with borrowed funds carried over from last year.
And, a budget that the Howard Jarvis TaxPayers Association called overspending:
“Overall, we’re pleased there’s not been any broad increase in taxes,” said Jon Coupal, executive director of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and a frequent adviser to the governor. “We do wish the administration would cut spending more but we understand given the makeup of the Legislature, that’s a difficult thing to do.”
So, Tom Campbell is not the only politician in this U.S. Senate race who has problems with fiscal conservative credentials.
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