Mark Levin calls out so-called conservative outlets for supporting Romney

Levin says there’s only one way this country can be saved and it’s with a conservative. And Mitt Romney is NOT a conservative. He’s even using big government types as surrogates to attack Gingrich, and then pretends he’s not apart of it. And that’s what Levin can’t stand about the whole thing.



Levin also calls out so-called conservative outlets for constantly supporting Romney who is not a conservative:

There’s only one way this country can be saved, with a conservative! And it’s high damn time that so-called conservative pundits, and conservative outlets, and conservative websites, and conservative magazines start acting their role! And I don’t just mean in their fundraising appeals, how conservative they are, but I mean use their intellectual power, use substance to support a conservative!

Romney is not a conservative. You’ve been going on and on about how Newt’s not a conservative. Great! So is the Weekly Standard going to endorse Santorum or Bachmann? Will National Review endorse Santorum or Bachmann? Will the Wall Street Journal editorial page, which has it’s own conservative problems with open borders and some other dumbass positions that it takes, will it be backing Santorum or Bachmann? Or are they all going to rally behind Romney? Now all of a sudden they want conservative purity when they apply it to Gingrich, but they don’t want conservative purity when they apply it to Romney. …

It’s time to back a conservative!

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I find the radio talkers quite amazing.In the 2008,ALL of the major radio show hosts-Limbaugh,Hannity,Ingraham,Levin,Savage and the list goes on and on ,were effusive in their support for Romney and now??? Shows that it’s all about creating havoc for ratings sake.Theyfor the nmost part are the biggest flip floppers-but then they get paid mega bucks to fool the people!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

We have observed Gingrich for many years and think he is not a reliable conservative. Please check out these links:

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-1209-gingrich-conservative-20111209,0,2003907.story?track=rss

http://thetruthwins.com/archives/the-truth-is-that-newt-gingrich-is-not-a-real-conservative
We would readily vote for Mitt rather than Newt because Newt is so erratic, unstable, zanny, bombastic, untrustworthy, even truculent that we feel he is unfit to be president. Coulter is not the only one who supports Romney but so does George Will, and others. If you read the list of endorsements Romney’s list exceeds Newt’s many times over. Some of Gingrich’s conservative former colleagues have nothing but contempt for him because the way he allienated so many when he was Speaker. Check out Colburn’s statements. We believe that Newt’s outrageous words caused problems for the conservative causes for years and feel Gingrich would be as bad as Obama as president.

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Anonymous

We have observed Gingrich for many years and think he is not a reliable conservative. Please check out these links:

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-1209-gingrich-conservative-20111209,0,2003907.story?track=rss

http://thetruthwins.com/archives/the-truth-is-that-newt-gingrich-is-not-a-real-conservative
We would readily vote for Mitt rather than Newt because Newt is so erratic, unstable, zanny, bombastic, untrustworthy, even truculent that we feel he is unfit to be president. Coulter is not the only one who supports Romney but so does George Will, and others. If you read the list of endorsements Romney’s list exceeds Newt’s many times over. Some of Gingrich’s conservative former colleagues have nothing but contempt for him because the way he allienated so many when he was Speaker. Check out Colburn’s statements. We believe that Newt’s outrageous words caused problems for the conservative causes for years and feel Gingrich would be as bad as Obama as president.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

What is wrong with you, Levin? What is up, with the constant attacking of Mitt? WHY…. is Mitt not a conservative in your mind? When Mitt was governor of Mass….. he fought ALL the LIBERAL policies! Mitt WAS in a very liberal state…. and he vetoed policies, that were liberal. I am sick of Rush complaining about Romney Care…. WHEN…. his beloved Heritage Foundation was FOR it…. and so was NEWT…. and just about ALL other Republicans! What they were against….. was what the DemWits who had policy control over what gets put up for votes and not being able to stop the CHANGES the DemWits made to Romney Care! That is what really screwed it up! Newt is such a liar! He keeps talking about NOT attacking his fellow Republicans….. as he IS ATTACKING them! Newt is Double-Speak! He wants you to believe he is such a GOOD GUY,… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

After the Leftwing/liberals and Mainstream Media have trashed ALL our candidates and have conned us and America into thinking NONE IS WORTHY,then what?!!! It will be to late to go and try restart the hot air balloons of their campaigns and Obama wins again! So it’s time to STOP LETTING THEM CALL THE TUNE and ACCEPT OUR BEST REMAINING CANDIDATE (GINGRICH) WARTS AND ALL AND SAY TO THOSE CRITICS” IT JUST DOESN’T MATTER” WHAT YOU SAY ANYMORE,WE ARE ON TO YOU!

bobemakk
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bobemakk

Gingrich is the most qualified and the best qualified to run this country. Mark Levin is right, Romney is a RINO in reality. He is much too liberal. Although I will vote for any republican who runs against The Big Zero/Obama.

As far as baggage, Newt has a lot, and I DON’T CARE, it will not and has never affected his politics. Personal issues should remain just that “personal” and the lamestream media who favors the left should shut the f— up. I am tired of them brainwashing the public with their lies.

Mike Florey
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Mike Florey

There is no such thing as “Gingrich-care”.

I rest my case.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Have been

ApplePie101
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ApplePie101

The same people who pushed for raising the debt ceiling in August are the ones who back Romney now. That should say it all.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

RINOs are Progressives and as we know will lead us to destruction. It seems all GOP Leadership fits this category. Louie Gohmert for House Speaker!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I don’t think anyone will really change anything. I hope I’m wrong on that part but I don’t see it happening. I mean maybe the big things like Obamacare and whatnot but actually cutting federal departments and being serious about vetoing bills….I don’t think anyone will fix it. They will attempt to right the ship a little so the country will lean a little more right in the way it does things but won’t do too much to fix it. I would hope that Newt, as he has said, will stop foreign aid and start asking “Why am I giving you money? What are we getting in return?” Dont’ think it will happen though. Foreign aid goes mostly unseen by the public so it can easily be forgotten. Maybe a big country here or there but all the little crap thats out there for whatever reason….I don’t think it will… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Levin…as always….you are a 1st class ASS!

Yo Yo Akerman
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Yo Yo Akerman

levin ur right again its time for uncle ron

rAnJaY25
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rAnJaY25

Just give up on ron paul, he pushing 80. He has already lost his mind. He doesn’t have that much longer to live.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Levin made a very impressive point that Ron Paul was threatening to run on a third party…. Which would mean a clear win for Obama.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Look at the history of Romney, it was his father’s very liberal dream to be president. I wonder if it is Mitts true calling, I’m not reading that at all from him. His heart just doesn’t seem to be in it. (No fire in the belly), so to speak. A limp handshake of a candidate. Ann’s endorsment of Mitt just seems a little bit strange, as conservative as she’s always impressed to be. ?

NickDeringer
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NickDeringer

Mark Levin should watch Glenn Beck’s interview with Newt. Mark and Newt are friends from way back so I take his defense of Newt with a grain of salt.

I would reminder Mark of the William F. Buckley rule: Vote for the most conservative candidate that can get elected.

William F. Buckley was the MLK of the conservative movement. He suffered all kinds of attacks every time he spoke in public trying to convey the values of true conservatism. He cleaned out the extremist from the conservative movement like the John Birchers. He is the man who most influenced Rush and Levin.

Mark can rant all he wants, but here are the numbers that tell the whole story from the latest Fox News Pole:

Obama/Romney 44/42
Obama/Gingrich 46/40

I dislike Romney, but I despise One-bama infinitely more.

Allen
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Allen

I think that Glenn Beck’s remarks can also be discounted as well. Why?? Because Glenn is so far in the tank for Bachmann it really has jaded any interview he makes with any of the other candidates. Two days ago he had an interview with Newt and was quite critical in his questions. I think that was great because it raised alot of issues that I think needed to be addressed. By all account of what I have read and even Glenn Becks assessment of the interview Newt made the points and held his own very well. Even to the point where Glenn Beck said he was impressed. However, after that interview he when on to have a two day interview with Michele Bachmann that sounded more like a livefest that an objective interview. The number of softball questions he pitched and the level of ”love you” complements he made… Read more »

NickDeringer
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NickDeringer

Nope.

Allen
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Allen

Yep!

(how about alittle more explination please)

NickDeringer
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NickDeringer

Here’s how politics works.

Rumors are now flying that Ron Paul could win Iowa. Why? How can this be? It come down to GOTV. DO you know what GOTV is?

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

I would actually agree that it is possible, though I would not bet highly on Paul winning Iowa. But I would say that Newt’s lack of organization could be a factor if he loses. (Hey, John Kerry won in Iowa, and two weeks before the Iowa caucus, he was still in the lower teens, and then had a last minute surge). So far, Paul and Romney are in a dead heat there, so….anything could happen.

Allen Poe
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Allen Poe

Here is a poll question you might understand. Would you vote for Hitler, or Ob?
If Gingrich is a commmunist, would you vote for him? If you really believe those are subjective poll questions, I guess my vote will cancel yours.

Allen
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Allen

That is a stupid question. I am looking for someone with core convictions of lower taxes, less intrusive government, more personal freedoms, and Pro Capitialistic economy. You question is a non starter because they do not fit.

I like Newt because he fits those elements and more importantly proved it when he was Speaker.

Allen Poe
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Allen Poe

Oh please quit quoting polls. Just look at Ob approval rating on Fox home,and on opinion page. You better start using your own mind and quit letting some one else sway you, by empty arguments as to who can beat OB.

NickDeringer
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NickDeringer

“Oh please quit quoting polls.”

You say this and then imediate quote a poll. Now how could I argue with that???

Allen
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Allen

Allen Poe you contradict yourself….you are correct Polls mean very little but you then tell me go go look at one….why do something you say to not do.

Your positions is shaky at best and your logic is well…..crazy.

Is_Sense_Common
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Is_Sense_Common

i miss herman.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

oh me too! sad

Anonymous
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Anonymous

It’s actually worse than I said, Mark Levin put it in writing.. http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/223558/rally-romney/mark-r-levin that’s why he has no credibility on these matters although you feature him here everyday.

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

Shhhhh, inconvenient facts! Inconvenient Facts!! Go away! We don’t want to confront the facts!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I just really don’t get it. I like Levin but he’s full of crap on this stuff. He defended Bush when Bush was in office and now he throws him under the bus. He called Romney the Conservative and now he’s not. The “people didn’t know that much about RomneyCare” in 2008 is a weak argument. Mark’s problem with it is the Mandate. Whis is the very thing Newt and the Heritage Foundation said WAS CONSERVATIVE. I’d bet Levin thought it was Conservative back then too. His job is to feed you folks red meat and you eat it up without doing the most basic research. Including the person who runs this blog, which I enjoy btw, even though I may be banned after this.

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

I’m more of a Conservative Libertarian at heart, and not so much a Republican, so I do not eat all the “red meat” from many talk show hosts.

I heard Rush earlier try to explain why the establishment prefers Romney… I would say that Rush does not get the entire story. The polls show that Romney can beat Obama, and Newt does not….as shown by a Fox News poll out today:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/12/08/fox-news-poll-romney-bests-gingrich-in-matchups-against-obama/

I say THAT is why the establishment doesn’t want Newt.

Hey, we may hate the establishment, but….that doesn’t make them wrong.

PS> I hope you are not banned. It reflects the moderator’s respect for the first amendment…. It may be their blog, so they can ban us for any and every reason, but it would still reflect badly… So I doubt you’ll be banned.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

If Levin doesn’t think Mitt’s a Conservative, why did Levin back Romney vs. McCain in 2008 two years after RomneyCare passed and all those “flip flops” were well known? Rush did too.

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

They want an exact opposite of Obama, not someone who agrees with him on 4 or more issues. That is why.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

why did Levin back Romney vs. McCain in 2008 two years after RomneyCare passed
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in 2008, Romney vs McCain was like a choice between tweedledee and tweedledum.
In 2008, the details of Obamascare were not known.
Now we have seen the results of Romneycare.
Now we have seen the details of Obamascare.
We know what he is and so we have no need to stick with tweedledee.
Ofcourse tweedledumB is endorsing him, which makes it easy for us

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

The results of “RomneyCare” do not seem to be looked at negatively by the people of his state. If the people of his state like it, then it is good for his state; not necessarily for the rest of the country, but let Massachusetts have it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Of the two real conservatives in this race, I am really surprised to just hear that Michelle Bachmann will not partake in the debate moderated by the Donald. I do think she has made the biggest mistake in her run for the nomination, as there will only be her and Santorum up against Gingrich. This would give her the forum for her chance to show the voters what she’s all about,and her views on the real things that matter in this crucial election. Big mistake.

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Doors Xp

I agree, it will likely be a mistake. I believe Santorum and Gingrich have just been handed some free points in the game and a huge opportunity. I predict many people (across the political spectrum) will watch the Trump debate just out of curiosity if for no other reason. Remember that just before Gingrich started to rise in the polls (he was still considered dead in this race) he had a 1-1 “Lincoln-Douglas” debate with Cain, who was leading many polls at the time. That debate was probably not watched by many people, but might have been key in Newt’s second look. Trump’s debate will get way more attention.

Steven Valdez
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Steven Valdez

not sure if the debate will happen now… only two candidates debating? waste of time, Santorum should just cancel and then watch Newt do what everyone wants to see Newt vs Gingrich debate

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poptoy

AND IF MARK LEVIN EVER SAID ANY TRUTH ON RADIO SHOW THIS IS IT. MITT ROMNEY IS NOT A CONSERVATIVE AND NEVER HAS BEEN. HAS HE BEEN A YES MAN? YOU BET…..HE HAS BEEN JUST SUCH All his ADULT LIFE. ANN COULTER DOES HAVE HER FAULTS.

Allen
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Allen

As usual Mark Levin makes and excellent analysis on the whole situation and where it is important to keep the focus…

blackbird
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blackbird

Thanks for the post Scoop.

blackbird
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blackbird

The person that keeps coming to mind Mark every time you say “we must support a Conservative” is Governor Palin.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I am sure it comes to Mark’s mind as well.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I agree!

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Excellent great one. Just excellent. Now… God Help us.

Brian Skinner
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Brian Skinner

Huntsman is the true conservative in the race.

MJS
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MJS

Opposite day Skinner

Anonymous
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Anonymous

11th commandment ?
Ring a bell ?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Conservative what? Huntsman’s not even a conservative dresser.

rAnJaY25
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rAnJaY25

Huntsman is a sh*t eating dirtbag. Since he was the ambassador to china that makes him the manchurian candidate. Wouldn’t be surprised if was was put in by obama and alexrod to be the spoiler. The state run lame stream DNC obama media always mentions his name as the savior of the GOP, that’s how pathetic this guy is. What’s more embarrassing than this phony is his daughters.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Are you listening Anne Coulter? Ace of Spades? Hot Air? Are you listening? ‘Cause from what I’ve seen, heard and read from you, you’re not.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Hot Air? Are you listening?

You mean Hot Gas , right ?
grin

Cindy08
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Cindy08

LOL!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

This is why we need a real conservative like Governor Palin. I feel she is the one who can turn this great country around. Iowa you need to get organized and WRITE GOVERNOR PALIN IN the upcoming caucus. Maybe she will get the message that “WE THE PEOPLE WANT HER TO GET IN THIS RACE”!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I’d rather wait for our guy to get in the WH first,
and then appoint her as Energy Sec

Allen Poe
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Allen Poe

I still like sec state Palin, but then, I like Perry.

Cindy08
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Cindy08

Levin is right! If we want to vote true conservative then we have only two choices to choose from Santorum or Bachmann!!

Doors Xp
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Doors Xp

Mark Levin knows how a conservative thinks, because he is one. It’s amazing how much I agree with him. It’s been about 99.9% agreement with every analysis he has given over the years.

I’ve had the misfortune of listening to some other radio programs recently while traveling, hosted by so-called conservatives. These commentators such as Michael Medved and his ilk who support Romney and claim that Romney is a conservative, are either fools or intentionally trying to midlead. They claim to be conservatives but so much of their rationale for conservative positions is rooted in the wrong fundamentals and principles. They don’t really understand conservatism, so they struggle as they attempt to communicate it, and their analyses lead to foolish conclusions such as supporting Romney for 2012. These fools posing as conservatives really irritate me.

Get off my radio you dopes!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I wish Mark would admit its time to rally behind Newt not let the MSM destroy our candidates nominate a guy who can stand up to the MSM beat them back and we can literally and rhetorically “Churchill” Newt and throw him out after one term with great adulation for defeating Obammunism. wink

Doors Xp
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Doors Xp

I supported Romney in 2008. I gave him the benefit of the doubt that he had indeed sincerely taken his philosophy in the conservative direction. But, this time around, he has confirmed that his 2008 run was, for the most part, a swindle.

Mark Levin is absolutely right: Romney is not a conservative. Romney ended up being the best alternative to McCain in 2008, but also a tool in splitting the conservative vote. Now, for 2012, Romney supposes he can cozy-up to moderate and liberal republicans to get the nomination, again with conservatives splitting. Don’t be fooled, Romney is no conservative and never was.

MJS
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MJS

Romney MUST NEVER be President. Anyone who wants it that bad, to use his wife as a prop, hide his involvement with his own religion, and avoid any role of leadership for FEAR of appearing wrong to this on or that one, or Jane Doe or John Doe.

Romney is wimp who obama will crush him in the palm of his hand, with his record, with his lousy past decisions, and with his LACK of Conservative accomplishments (which equal 0).

Doors Xp
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Doors Xp

There are plenty of legitimate points of criticism on Romney. His religion is not one of them.

MJS
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MJS

If he is asked questions about his religion (which is relevant) and he refers to his church’s leader, that’s weird. Just answer the question and stop acting like a lawyer. That’s why people don’t like him. He’s lame.

“let me get back to you, I have to run it by my lawyer first…” *yawn*

Doors Xp
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Doors Xp

Why is his religion relevant?

MJS
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MJS

When ANYONE asks ANYONE a question about their faith, beliefs, etc, they need to answer it.

On Piers Morgan, he dodged it, he’s done it before. If voters are curious, they are thinking the same thing, answer the question.

You’re deliberately avoiding the issue. If you ask me about my Catholic faith, I answer your question. I think you’d feel pretty weird if I dodged it and said, “ask my bishop or the Pope”. WTF is that?

Allen Poe
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Allen Poe

Difficult. As I have traveled around the world, I have seen all shades of LDS. Why is Mitt nervous about answering church questions? Once the USA declared war on the LDS church, one state put out an exterminating order on LDS. Makes me kind of nervous, too. I think if he says I am a Christian, that ought to be it. The Pope was brought into the JFK campaign. The press ignored it, because he was a DEM. I could ask you a lot of embarrasing questions about your religion and the Pope, but, come on, it has no place here.

MJS
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MJS

You are clearly in the tank for Mormons (the LDS name is a re-branding attempt to make their religion mainstream).

Right, but my religion doesn’t believe the promise land is in the US, didn’t believe in polygamy, not allow blacks to serve in their church until the 1970s…I guess Mittens doesn’t want to talk about magic plates and how Jesus Christ’s brother is Satan…you know, non-Christan things like that.

Perhaps why that makes Mittens nervous. I have no problem answering anything on the Catholic faith, or the Episcopal faith (the faith I converted from).

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

It turns out that even if we don’t nominate Mitt, he may still end up in the White House. Newt has said that he wold put him on his short list of potential running mates. — Yep, Newt would give Mitt the opportunity to become president, even if never elected if Gingrich, for any reason, cannot fulfill his duty as president.

http://hotair.com/archives/2011/12/08/gingrich-admits-romney-would-be-on-his-short-list-for-vp/

LibertyHawk
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LibertyHawk

I don’t know the context of the statement but ‘Short List’ doesn’t = VP.

MJS
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MJS

He’s saying that to be PC. Newt would pick a solid conservative, like Rubio.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

What makes Newt stand out in this GOP gang is that he has not attacked his fellow Rs .
He has kept his focus on Obama and his minions
AND WE THE PEOPLE NOTICED IT .
Strange that the “experts” in DC and NYC don’t want us to see that

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Very true. From the Washington Post:
“The surging Republican presidential candidate instructed his aides on Thursday morning not to respond to any attacks Romney has leveled against him or advance in coming days, according to a Gingrich campaign adviser. After reading news accounts Thursday morning about Romney’s advisers gaming out strategies to attack him, Gingrich told aides he wants his campaign, and himself, to focus exclusively on his ideas and what he sees as President Obama’s failings.

And that’s why Gingrich is winning. Americans are hungry for leadership. We want someone to focus on Obama and concentrate on the plan to bring America back from the brink of Socialist disaster.

njFederalist
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njFederalist

Here’s my evolution… What’s yours? Palin is still my top choice but she is not running. Romney was my choice in 2008, but now I know a whole lot more about him than I did then. I started this primary season with Bachmann and Pawlenty getting strong consideration. Bachman faded as I learned more about her, Pawlenty dropped out. He would probably be ahead of Gingrich now. Then Herman Cain got my attention. Sounded great, had some thought provoking ideas and style. Some question marks about how he would govern and then he imploded. My next choice was Gingrich. Never thought that would happen in a million years. With all the conversation of late regarding Newt, I am reminded why I originally felt that way. Who is left? Not a Ron Paul fan. So we have Santorum and Bachmann. Between the two Michele has the energy and is more inspiring.… Read more »

TannerE
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TannerE

Huckster in 2008. Since then, I’ve read a lot about early American history. Also read Free to Choose by Milton Friedman. Since then I’ve gone to Ron Paul’s camp. In 2012, the economy will be the main concern for Americans… and his support of Austrian economics, in my opinion, puts him leagues ahead of any other candidate as far as the economy is concerned.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Similar to your list, but my support right now for Bachmann.

She was on the top of my list early, (though Cain had been my numero uno choice from about DEC last year) but then made an endorsement in the Michigan US senate race. I watched her early strength fade quickly, as most of her ‘tea party’ support bolted for Cain after that.

I’ll vote for whomever the candidate is, but will only put my best efforts (and cash ) forward for a conservative.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

He always has the most passionate and reasoned analysis, the entire hour was top drawer Mark Levin.

Ozzie
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Ozzie

There have been a few shows I downloaded because there were some very good arguments made….this week already has one spot on the HD, look forward to this one if is as good as you say it is.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

You will like it.

Kris Smith
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Kris Smith

I was just looking at your avatar pic of Stewie, and then I could hear the TV with Strewie in the backgroud calling Lois. razz

Michael Lee
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Michael Lee

As I look at all we face and all we have to choose from,all I can say is God,please help us! This is not a put down but a reality. I hope and I pray,but I also realize,the way things are going who will beat this destroyer of America? Is this our destiny? Or can we pull off a miracle? Please folks, remember this election in 2012 will be due or do for America. We have to stop hussein at all costs.

Dax
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Dax

Yeah Ann Coulter you sell out!

MJS
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MJS

What the hell is wrong with her, anyway? Crispy Cream Christie first, now Romney the Robot? COME ON!

Cindy08
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Cindy08

NO! No! No! You’ve got the order wrong!
FIRST there was Bill Maher, then Christie, etc, etc…

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Why in the world would you attack Ann Coulter? Are you insane? Ann “IS” conservative….. and she does NOT want the Teleprompter Reader to stay in the White House another 4 years! The DemWits are NOT worried about ANYONE…. but Mitt! I have never liked Newt….. he is all about HIMSELF! It was the power that went to his head…. and that is what gets him a wife…. who…. if the money and power are gone…. so is she! Does anyone think it could be anything else? Newt is just like McCain….. they’ve got to be the center of attention…. soooooo….. they go on Left-Wing News Networks, who will give them praise….. AS LONG AS THEY DEMEAN THEIR “SUPPOSEDLY” OWN PARTY”! WAKE UP! Go back and watch Newt….. in the debates….. he is FULL OF IT! Mitt Romney used his OWN money to get CONSERVATIVES elected! Newt does not have… Read more »

MJS
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MJS

Romney is a phony and a coward and has tried to buy his favor with Conservatives-not happening. I bet you $10,000 we’re not interested.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

As a conservative….. I’m getting pretty sick of conservatives!
NEWT…. is NO conservative….. and it is embarrassing that he is supposedly leading in the polls!
Romney is not a big fat wind-bag like Newt…… he has MANNERS!
He’s NOT a Ken doll or a robot….. he just knows how to BEHAVE!
I’m sure getting sick of Perry rolling his eyes… everytime someone says something…. like he is is above it all!
Romney said 10,000 dollars….. because it was showing that he WOULD win the bet….. because Perry is NOT telling the truth! And can you really expect anything from someone who used to support Al Bore…. I mean… Al Gore… when Perry was a DemWit!

MJS
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MJS

Pal, you want to lose? Nominate Romney.

We don’t need polite $10,000 gamblers with a penchant for lying about their positions. We need a fighter to take it to obama.

Newt isn’t as Conservative as I am, but at least he has Conservative Accomplishments to tout, Romney has NOTHING.

The FACT is he DID omit the line out of his book, because like anything else with this loser, he’s always lying and always hiding something.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I am predicting (rightly or wrongly) that Ann Coulter gets her next pie in the face from a Conservative. You cannot run around endorsing Romney in a primary, yet expect us Conservatives to buy your next book!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Yea her book business is pretty much done now.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

SHAME ON YOU!!!
Ann “IS” a conservative….. who wants to win! And we didn’t win with the last guy who dumped his first wife… for a rich babe! McCain and Newt are 1 in the same!
Both are full of themselves…. both were for amnesty… both constantly are on Left-Wing TV shows…. because they WILL demean their fellow Republicans!

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