Michael Reagan: It’s time to get mad as hell and kick Obama out

This clip from Michael Reagan is superb and it plainly echos exactly how we all feel about this race. Frankly, I couldn’t have said it better myself.

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  • I’m Mad As Hell and we need our candidates to convey our ANGER!

  • poljunkie

    I’m in Michael.

    • poljunkie

      PS, We’ve been mad for four years.
      (counting the time right before the election when we pretty much knew 0 was going to win)

      no edit button

  • 1vote

    I’m mad enough to tear my shirt off !!

  • 911Infidel

    I can tell you that every Republican that I know…military and former military included, will NOT be voting for Obama. We will all be lining up at the polls. Count on it.

    • Trust1TG

      I’m voting for Ryan, the only adult in this race.

    • jlbs

      I sincerely hope that the military votes get counted.

      • 911Infidel

        Sure doesn’t look like it. A military wife was complaining the other day that when she sent for her absentee ballot from her home state, she got a delayed email that stated “are you sure you want an absentee ballot?”. Then she waited yet even longer to finally get one. The regime is delaying in order to disenfranchise military votes because they know the majority will vote against the regime.

  • Army_Pilot1967

    Good clip, Mike Reagan. I’m mad as hell at obama too, and I have been for the last 3+ years. I can’t wait for November 6th to get here, but we need all conservatives to get out and vote…don’t miss it because it might mean the difference between us getting a new president or being stuck with the useless and destructive one we’re stuck with at present.

  • Ryan Mobley

    That’s funny. I was mad as hell and wanted to kick dear leader out the moment he was elected.

  • p m

    Yes, we join you. He’s right, we need to see MR as mad as us.
    Thanks for another knock-out ad, RS.

  • I’m mad as hell! And I’m not gonna take it anymore!!!


  • stage9

    He had me right up until he started talking about Obamney being the answer we need. Obamney is the only alternative we’ve got, but he isn’t what we need.

    • Ryan Mobley

      Well put, my friend.

    • Zaphenath_Paneah_II

      Obamney is neither what we need or what we have to accept. See the Keye’s doctrine @ http://loyaltoliberty.com/?p=1322

      Btw, my great predecessor features in the article. 😉

      • PVG

        “JUST VOTE NO to the whole elitist political scam”. Good advice Z_P……another 4 years of BO…..

    • Agreed, but we must get past this stage of the game.

  • marketcomp

    Micheal Reagan is preaching to the choir! We on RS are so ready! I mean I was ready when Obama got elected.

  • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

    I’m losing-feathers-mad! Cawwwww!

  • sjmom

    Oh how true it is Romney needs a Reagan moment. The debate would be the perfect time and I pray Mitt considers Mike Reagan’s words. How do we get this to the Romney campaign?

    As for me I’m with you Mike.

  • actionsspeaklouder

    I just called the Romney campaign (1-857-288-3500) and got nothing but recorded messages. When I dialed “0” I thought I’d get to speak to a live person, but didn’t get to because the “message box” was full. I really wanted to ask why Romney wasn’t “taking it to” Obama, since there was so much to work with. Many here seem to think Romney is running a “smart” campaign and will come out guns blazing at the debates. I disagree. It is way past time for Romney to come out guns blazing. He has had a myriad of chances to “pound” Obama for his failed leadership and lies. I realize that Romney is not a “guns blazing” type of guy, but if he wants to win, he has to fight fire with fire. It seems that ever since he got his Ryan bounce and his convention bounce – he has bounced downhill. This seems like the McCain campaign all over again. Timid. Romney needs some dynamite. Do I need an attitude adjustment? A pep talk? With this administration’s lies and coverup over the ME issues – Romney or his surrogates MUST get front and center on all news outlets and call Obama out. Someone needs to call Obama out – and now. Axelrod and Obama’s campaign are just trying to run out the clock – they know the American people are busting at the seams for the truth and the lying left wing media won’t give it to them. All we have are these Internet “outlets” and Romney and his surrogates to smear Obama – and, to me, there is nowhere near the smearing going on that needs to be. Is it just me, or does anyone else think Romney’s campaign is weak? I support him, I have sent more money than I should have to his campaign – I am beyond worried – am I nuts for feeling this way? I don’t listen or watch any left-wing news – the conservative sites give enough of what the MSM lies about for me to get the picture of what is happening – and what is happening is a complete burial of Romney. He needs to resurrect himself now. Or, we all suffer the consequences. Where is Christie? Where is Rubio? Where is Palin? Where is Joe Wilson? Where is Boehner? Where is McConnell? Where is the support? Where is the podium-pounding support that Romney needs? The Republican elite made sure Romney was their/our guy – now where the heck are they? I’ve seen it again and again from many conservative posters – Republicans just don’t know how to campaign – especially with an opponent like the corrupt Alexrod Chicago machine. When will they learn? How many times do they have to lose for them to get a new script? Sorry for the rant – Romney’s “mailbox” was full – so you get the brunt of my frustration! Thank you.

  • Romney is not an inspirational candidate. I am in Western Montana now and this is where the economy is depressed and people are hurting due to lack of mining industry jobs. I know MT will go the GOP way but there s so much to work with against Obozo. Why doesn’t he fight to win this thing? Eastern Oregon is very republican. Make Obama bleed there. I am disappointed at Romney

  • Zaphenath_Paneah_II

    Sorry Michael. Disagree. Here’s how some of us really feel about the race.

    • PVG

      From Sybilll’s post: “If you are not with us because you are not happy with our candidate, you are on the other side”. ~Andrew Breitbart
      Like it or not, this is reality!

      • Zaphenath_Paneah_II

        “Am I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth?” (Galatians 4:16)

        Rhetorical question; No need to respond.

        Happy to be deemed your foe for the cause to TRULY take back the nation.

        In the meanwhile, All hail PVG, chief example of why we got Obama in the first place: lazy, cowardly and willfully gullible neo-con who turns up, votes for one head of the two-headed hydra and pats himself on the back for having ‘saved’ the country.

        Ha! “All hail” indeed.

        • I told you to read the comment policy.

          Looks like trolling was your plan all along.


          • RosencrantzUndGuildenstern

            Very hypocritical enforcement of the comment ‘policy’ on this website. Probably the worst example of an echo chamber I have ever seen. And I never thought it’d be from a ‘conservative’ blog.

            ZP comments, admittedly employing the use of name-calling but by no means is it characteristic of his contributions to this blog (which are instead, normally quite insightful, interesting and somewhat delightfully recusant) and you decide to whip out the nuclear option and ban him? I’ve seen far worst violations of the ‘comment policy’ on this blog but all by people whose perspective tends to match the moderators’ and site owners’. I don’t see them getting banned. Neither do they get called ‘trolls’.

            All you’ve done here Bob (and all you’re consistently doing , as I’ve noticed over time) is to shut down someone whose take on things you bitterly disagree with. Consequently, very soon you and your fellow moderators and contributors will soon be talking only to concave, sound-deflecting mirrors, that is if you’re not already doing so.

            Feel free to delete this comment and ban me too if you please. Won’t make much difference as I probably won’t be returning to this site (lest some lone link somewhere redirects me here in the future).

            • He got one warning. Same as everyone else.

              • RosencrantzUndGuildenstern

                “Several folks hang out here who disagree with me and with other Mods regularly, but are mature enough to follow the Comment Policy without needing warnings or getting banned.” Yh sure.

                A brief and by-no-means-exhaustive list of those I’ve seen often tastelessly browbeating dissenters with their words includes ‘@PVG’; ‘@RShill’ and ‘@Nukeman’. And I’ve been studying them for a while now. They’re never so much as warned let alone banned after a single non-serious warning. Don’t care about your ‘Comment Policy‘ so much as an equal application of it, and to the same level of ruthlessness as that dealt out to ZP just recently.

                “Howbout you?”???

                Ha! That statement is a great case in point! I defend someone else and I get the good old trigger-happy Sherrif routine of you pulling up your metaphorical gun holster at me just to remind yourself you’re in charge. Look, like I said, I wont be back on your site, let alone to post comments (I write this via email).

                So, if you please, ban away! You’re the bozo with the laptop and a star next to his avatar. Knock yourself out Sherrif!

                • You appear to be new to the concept of a moderated discussion site.

                  My question was an inquiry as to your desire to follow the policy or not. Clearly you have some axe to grind, and hey, good luck with that.

                  You do bring up a valid point, however. From time to time we get visitors, like yourself, who just jump in with anything from simple disgruntlement to outright vile disparagement and antagonism. The Mods here, and Scoop, tend to let the regulars deal with them in kind. People who dish it out had better be prepared to get it back in major proportions. We will draw the line at some forms of speech no matter who is using them however. It’s all in the Comment Policy.

                  If the newbie in question can’t conduct himself or herself better after the initial responses, or if we just happen to catch them tossing insults, then we give them a warning (if they aren’t simply flaming and out of control). We don’t bother with multiple warnings.

                  If someone decides to drop by and simply toss in a literary hand-grenade, and that’s their first time here, we tend to make sure it’s also their last.

                  We also tend to allow the regular commenters a little more leeway in banging elbows amongst themselves. We’re adults here, so we can settle our own differences. Once in a while we advise calmer debate.

                  It’s not much more complicated than that. Hope this helps with your visit to the next moderated discussion site.

                  Feel free to come back when you can handle mature debate and discussion.

  • MTpoliticaljunkie

    Why can’t Romney go after Obama like he did his opponents in the primaries? I also feel the Romney camp is weak. I heard Laura Ingram offer her services to be his campaign advisor. He definitely needs new advisors. We are about to enter our darkest hour if Obama is re-elected. I just hope the skewed polls will fire up the common sense people to light a fire under them to get out and vote. It’s such a shame that American Idol and Dancing With The Stars can draw more votes than a general election. This country has definitely spiraled downward.

  • nibblesyble

    Bam! Romney are you listening???

    • actionsspeaklouder

      More like Eye Sore.

      • nibblesyble


  • Sober_Thinking

    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree… excellent.

    It’s sickening that some Americans can’t see past The View, Letterman, HBO, MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, etc. I realize that it’s hard to come face-to-face with the truth… I’ve been angry for 4 years now since my eyes were opened.

    Mitt is no Reagan… but he could behave more like him. It’s past time for Mitt to get this thing going!

  • Hope a majority of Americans are this angry come November and want to make a real change. I hope so, because it’s our last chance at saving this country.

  • sDee

    Michael, I’ve been mad as hell since this day in 1989…..

  • Hell YEAH I’ll join you!!!

  • Zaphenath_Paneah_II

    Asking Romney to have a Reagan moment is like asking your tabby to roar. Ain’t gonna happen. Two very different men, Reagan and Romney.

    One was a true patriot. The other is an opportunistic crypto-socialist, taking advantage of a sincere and desperate voting bloc, a bloc which can all too easily also be accused of being lazy and depressingly gullible!

    • Howzah123

      Obvious troll is obvious

      • Trust1TG

        Jes the truth.

    • Word salad. Wilted.

  • Lazarus_Returns

    I’m Mad as Hell, This Country will not survive four more years of Obama. Complaining won’t solve the problems though, We are all worried about the direction of this country; but ask yourself, have you done your part. Have you registered to vote, have you got your friends to register to Vote. Time is Running out to register. Have you volunteered your time to elect Romney, Have you donated to the campaign.

    It’s time to take action, It’s Time for the silent majority to rise up, Let your voices be heard. Talk to your friends, neighbors, coworkers. Get them to take action with you, and then get their friends to do the same.

    If Obama gets reelected then we will no longer recognize this country after four years. If Romney loses there will be many reason mentioned of why he lost: He ran a bad campaign, he was a flawed candidate, the Media was against him, and we did not do your part.

    Well, let’s make sure we do our part. If you’re not willing to take action then you have no reason to complain about the results on election day. It’s time to get MAD AS HELL and DO YOUR PART!!!

  • conservative58

    I’m MAD AS HELL at:
    – Obama
    – Biden
    – Reid
    – Pelosi
    – Holder

    Well, that’s my Top 5!

    Oh wait, got to add one more. Let’s make it my Top 6!
    – Lame Stream Media!!!!!

    R&R/ 2012

    • unclesamnephew

      just top 6? what finger cramps? just kidding..simplify by just list the entire D.N.C. the godless party of death

      • conservative58

        Yep, entire DNC would be a great start!


  • wodiej

    I only watched half of it but w all due respect to Mr. Reagan, all conservatives have been doing for the last 3 1/2 years is to be angry. I’m burnt out. We all need to tell who we can to vote for Romney, go vote yourself, put a sign in your yard, donate some time or money and leave the rest to God.

  • sybilll

    Yes, I am mad as hell. So yesterday I picked up 4 Romney/Ryan yardsigns and bumper stickers for myself and family members. I picked up some voter registration forms, and signed up to volunteer for phone banking. I agree that Mitt needs to kick it up a few notches, but folks, he’s what we’ve got. I will do every single thing within my power to not allow the Marxist in the White House another 4 years. I owe it to my daughter and unborn grandchildren.
    “If you are not with us because you are not happy with our candidate, you are on the other side”. ~Andrew Breitbart

    • Awesome Breitbart quote, Sybill. I’m going to use that from now on.

    • PVG

      Way to go……We are Breitbart!

  • Beautiful Mike! Your father would be proud. And, yes, I, too, am as mad as hell and not going to take this anymore.


    …Obama LOSES in a LANDSLIDE on November 6th, 2012 because the Tea Party Patriots as in the mid terms of 2010 will come out on mass to “FIRE BARACH HUSSEIN OBAMA !”

    • Trust1TG


      Make Obama jobless too.

  • ff2009

    Maybe it’s time to get mad as hell and kick romney out….

    • Like this?

      So long, Drive By.

  • Susitna

    The Tea Party, the Church and conservative media should organize a rally by the end of October in Washington and in the swing states against Obama and warm up the GOP and undecided voters to get out and vote for Romney. We definitely have to outsmart and outnumber the useful idiots and communists.

  • odin147

    Romney does not need to do anything, this election is bigger than debates and Mitt, if we need to get Mitt mad, to vote the one out, then we deserve the one.

    • actionsspeaklouder

      Good point. But, just a little more fire in the belly wouldn’t hurt. I understand what you are saying – and as much as I agree – it just makes it worse! I truly don’t understand how anyone could want another 4 years of this nightmare. But, to many (too many), it hasn’t been a nightmare. Sigh . . .

  • DebbyX

    It’s hard to convey how angry you are when we can’t use all CAPS! But that’s okay, we are pretty much all like minded people here.

    And we are ALL mad as hell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    No limit on punctuation.

  • Trust1TG

    Both Obama and Soros should be escorted out of this country and denied entry forever. Persona non gratis should also be invoked to our faux Attorney General Holder as well.

  • 12grace

    I’m really mad, Michael.

    But, I am taking action to ensure that obama does not get back into office.

    Five action steps that you might want to take with me are as follows:

    1. Joined John Hagee’s Pray for America group (starts today and ends in 40 days) and improving my relationship with G-d.
    2. I am involved with the Faith and Freedom Coalition
    3. I am actively involved with many campaigns to get o out of office
    4. I am educating others about the issues.
    5. I am active in groups that support the Constitution and America

  • Interpreting Four Winkers

    A knowing wink can denote many things and connote far more.

    Drudge.com recently featured an un-related collection of four notable winkers– President Barack Hussein Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack’s wife First Lady Michelle Obama, and Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin, all of whom share the common trait of being proven dissemblers.

    Now, interpreting the meaning–if any–behind a wink or a nod is an iffy proposition but making educated guesses on what the winker was contemplating based on his or her past history, future aspirations, and known personality is very possible and not mere idle speculation.

    It’s not known to or at whom the president was winking in his Drudge picture but, considering his ambitions and constant campaigning and fund raising, he is clearly reflecting approbation or agreement probably with someone on the Obama re-election team since winning four more years has been Obama’s fixation for the past 3 3/4 years.

    Still, it’s a grimacing wink, possibly indicative of his awareness that he has screwed up royally and that his background primarily as a radical community organizer hardly qualified him for the presidency in the first place. It certainly couldn’t reflect Obama’s discomfort with his plans to sell out our country to the Russians when he has more “flexibility” because that realization would make him grin, not grimace. (See below)

    Hillary Clinton is famous for a number of questionable accomplishments but friendly winks aren’t among them. In fact, her Drudge-photo is more suggestive of a grandmother in urgent need of Gas-X than it suggests any degree of friendliness.

    Hillary’s gastrointestinal issues may be attributable to a grudging acceptance that daughter Chelsea will never bless her with a grandchild or, more likely, to a gnawing regret that she now works for a man both she and her hubby consider incompetent and that, in 2016, she will be almost as old as John McCain was in 2008.

    Maybe poor Hillary would have been better off had she “stayed home and baked cookies and had teas,” as she said 20 years ago. It’s conceivable that she might have been able to protect Bill from the sexual ravages of that orally-obsessed tart Monica Lewinsky. . .
    (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=28208.)

    • unclesamnephew

      oh thank you for the laugh “grandmother needing gas-x”

  • I knew we were heading for danger the days after the Florida GOP primary when the RNC announced its support for McCain. And then again this primary we split our vote. Will conservatives ever be able to get behind one canidate to defeat the rino elites?

    • louisiana_mom

      The RINOs put up one canidate, whereas, we have several Conservative candidates that split our vote… Until we can find a way to place one Conservative or one TEA Party candidate, they will continue to split our vote.

  • There is only TRUTH here..It’s Time to “WAKE UP AMERICA” and kick this LOW LIFE OUT OF OFFICE! MAKE SURE YOU VOTE on November 6th, 2012!
    NO MORE OBAMA!!! Make sure you vote for ROMNEY who has built several successful businesses and is SO MUCH BETTER QUALIFIED THAN Oblaim Bush!

  • A_Truism

    Michael Reagan’s testimony is amazing. Heard it on Focus on the Family. Not what you’d expect. Great words here too. Real patriot talk.

    God protect America.

  • agas84363

    Thanks Mike….Hope someone is listening

  • I know many on the right will decry this notion of “getting mad” as counterproductive.
    But that’s based on the assumption that anger is the whole point of what Michael Reagan is talking about. Well, clearly it’s not the point at all. Many times people claim to be mad or angry, when what is really going on is they have reached a decision, and are simply determined to be heard.

    That isn’t just anger. It’s the beginning of a preference cascade.

    We cannot possibly endure another Obama term in this country. The argument from Keyes requires our survival of another Obama term; well I’m here to tell you, that condition has evaporated.

    This isn’t like the election of Bill Clinton, or Jimmy Carter, or LBJ. Obama has zoomed through the lowest, slimiest, or most incompetent moments of any of those men. He is not fit to be included among former Presidents, and he is not fit to be any sort of standard bearer for humans of any color.

    I warned folks Romney was not the man we need at this time. But the primary is over.
    I claimed he would lose because of Romneycare. My main aim throughout the primaries was Restoration, and Romney was not the man for that particular job. You can see it here by searching on my screen name. Well I was wrong. No, I wasn’t wrong about Romneycare in general, nor about Mitt’s lack of ability to set forth the principles of Liberty. No, I was wrong because conditions have changed. I had no idea the enemy we would face in Obama’s open treachery and the media’s complicity in it. I doubt even the most forward-thinking, pro-liberty thought leaders did either. Not the actuality of it. Not the overtness of it. Not even after all we have been through since the days of Weimar Germany.

    Face it: six or seven months ago, the lies were more subtle (though much like a needle to the back of your hand, even so). But in the past few months—and especially the past two weeks—the lies have grown to rival those of Stalin and Krushev. And the media, and Hollywood elites, are going along with it (in hopes of retaining elite status in the New Republik they hope to bring about. Dachas for everyone! Everyone in the party elite, that is). This is exactly the sort of following that Lenin and Stalin garnered in their van: the effetes, the fame-seeking, and those who simply wanted power over others. They have taken off their masks, and they have become an imminent danger.

    In short, things have gotten much worse than before the primary season.

    So I decided to get on board and haul Romney across the finish line. All of my worries about his fealty to cause of liberty will have to wait until after November 6. Things are so bad that all of us who love liberty and America must do this. That includes Dr. Keyes, and I’ve read his message. Six months ago he was right. Things are different now.

    So my message is this: All of you supposed right-siders who have been complaining about Romney: the primary is over. Get past it. Now.
    Regardless of what you think of Romney, you’d damn well better be pulling the oar or doing your share to get Romney elected, or at the very least, stay the hell out of our way.

  • AlabamaPatriot2

    I don’ understand why we had to wait till a few weeks before the election to get “mad as hell.”

    Many of us have been mad and disgusted for several years now. King Barry cannot receive another Coronation!

  • Paul C.

    Boy does he speak the TRUTH. We got to wake up after this election there is NO turning back

  • I think the majority of us are silently MAD, and will show up at the polls in Nov.
    R/R 2012

  • WhiteGuy2

    Put it this way,….If Romney looses the election he will go down in history as the most hated and despised Republican the world has ever know. That will be his legacy.

  • Obama’s Chief Constituency

    President Barack Hussein Obama has a number of powerful and loyal constituencies in his camp, ranging from white guilters to the homosexual lobby to food stampers to labor unions and to the Jewish lobby, all of whom–except for those belatedly suffering from white guilt and Jewish voters–have benefited greatly from Obama’s policies over the past 3 3/4 years.

    However, none of those voting blocs have been more faithful to the president than African-Americans most of whom still support him even though, like the white guilters and Jews, he has done nothing worthwhile for them. Growing black unemployment and poverty rates to historic levels is hardly a plus.

    The millions of whites who voted for Obama in 2008 out of a bizarre, misplaced guilt over slavery or because they felt it was time for a minority to rule the country have been rewarded with a blatantly racist administration and Jews who voted for him mainly because they have always voted Democrat have been rewarded with an overt antipathy toward Israel.

    Still, in a sad commentary on America’s electorate, it looks as if the majority of those two groups will cast their ballots for more of the same on November 6th.

    I guess some people just enjoy being abused.

    Even sadder is the case of African-Americans who by all accounts will vote for Obama based on the fact he is one of their own, sort of.

    It’s doubtful the president will again win 95% of their vote but close to 90% is still a safe bet despite the 3,700 member Coalition of Black Pastors condemnation of his “evolved” position on same-sex marriage.

    Black actor Samuel L. Jackson, black Brooklyn rapper Jay-Z, an unidentified black woman protesting against Mitt Romney in Cleveland, even white entertainer Madonna all back Obama, Jackson and Jay-Z because he’s semi-black, the protestor because he gave her a free cell phone, and Madonna because she’s losing her marbles and believes “We have a black Muslim in the White House.”

    Barack Hussein Obama may be a lot of things but to my knowledge he hasn’t joined crazy Louis Farrakhan’s crazier Nation of Islam as of September 30th, 2012.

    Maybe after November.

    Another known crazy, Sirius XM shock jock Howard Stern, occasionally meanders into shocking, political reality. Last week, Stern dispatched his field crew, Sal and Richard, to Harlem . . .

    (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=28222.)

  • Smdigen

    I can’t stand Obama and I hope he is charged for the deaths of our Ambassador and the other 3 brave men who gave their lives to save others.
    They were like lambs surrounded by wolves and our government let them down. I wonder what they would have done if Biden’s son was there instead.
    I hope the people voting for Obama wake up and vote for Romney before we lose our beautiful America. God be with us all if Obama is elected.

  • MartaJones

    I am mad as hell, but do not know what to do about it , so I just get my ulcers worked up. I have written to senators, governors every one I could think of. they respond as if I just the right thing, I get double talk.  So yes I am mad es hell, and frustrated as all get out.