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Bill Whittle Speaks at the 2012 Restoration Weekend

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I want the president that he portrays as the next conservative president. NOW.

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  1. AbigailAdams

    November 27th, 2012

    I know, Claudia. I was awash in that sinking, awful feeling I’ve been trying to shrug off since 11/6. I’d vote for Bill.

    Tea Partiers, we’ve got to find some people to run for the mid terms and the next prez election. I’m very serious. Make a list of the people you know who would be serious contenders. Get active now. You know o-dipshite for amerika has been working tirelessly since 11/7.

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  2. joe6pak

    November 27th, 2012

    You gotta love his message, now we need some politicians to love it, and speak it.

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  3. chiefillinicake

    November 27th, 2012

    Chuck Norris.

    I’m serious.

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  4. AbigailAdams

    November 27th, 2012

    @Chief — That’s exactly the kind of pop culture guy Whittle is talking about. This kind of thinking is where we’ve got to go.

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  5. AbigailAdams

    November 27th, 2012

    Here’s Gingrich’s speech at RE. Worth listenting; he always has the numbers.

    http://boudicabpi.boudica.us/?p=5339

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  6. Menderman

    November 27th, 2012

    If we ever get another Reagan type President, I want Bill Wittle to be his Press Secratary.

    Think about what Bill is saying. Be like a Republican, and win like Reagan did. Since Reagan, we have only run moderates, and 2 points has become the new landslide. People want leadership, not people like Obama that never have a positive message or Ronmey that won’t defend himself.

    And I loved the part about the F-16′s blasting overhead at 2200 mph in 18 minutes…that would have sent the goat-effers back to their caves!

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  7. the aardvark

    November 27th, 2012

    My estimation of Bill Whittle keeps getting better every time that I hear him speak. Amen, and continue to speak the truth. He would make one hell of a Presidential spokesman.

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  8. chiefillinicake

    November 27th, 2012

    My feeling is that any small modicum of “regular guy factor” coming off of Mitt could have been a huge game changer, sorta like Buckley did to Gore Vidal all those years ago. They were both toffs, but when people who aren’t known for being hot-headed finally bust one loose…whamo!

    Well, consider as an example if Romney said, for instance, in the third debate, why weren’t our people protected in Benghazi? Even after the Brits and everyone else bailed out? Even after they’d already put a 12′ wide HOLE through the consulate wall already this year? I want some GODDAMN answers here, Mr. President, and so do the American people!

    Would’ve changed the whole magilla, wouldn’t it have?

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  9. norman einstein

    November 27th, 2012

    Fantastic! As all Bill’s dissertations are.
    Towards the end he said what I’ve articulated previously…
    i.e. the next Conservative candidate has to be somebody from the ‘Pop Culture’.

    It’s a real pity he’s not interested in running for office. But he’s too smart for that.
    If anybody is crazy enough to run against the Progtards in 2016, they should hire Bill as their Campaign Manager.

    For anybody who doesn’t have 15 minutes, just start at 13:25.

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  10. AbigailAdams

    November 27th, 2012

    Chief — Precisely. In fact, it was because Romney wouldn’t go there that had a number of people thinking that he was the RINO they always thought he was. I got a ton of flak for supporting Gingrich in the primary, but it’s because I listened to every speech and debate I could find and the one thing that stood out as the differentiator was his willingness to polarize the country along the line of Progressive versus Conservative demarcation and drive it home by whatever means necessary. Romney didn’t start to make that distinction until well into September and just as he was getting some traction Sandy hit. And Gingrich would have responded to press questions the way Whittle suggests.

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  11. RickeyG

    November 27th, 2012

    Bill Whittle has always been an articulate, effective, logical spokesman for conservatism. Now we can add PASSIONATE!

    How about Chuck Norris for Prez, Ted Nugent for VP?

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  12. chiefillinicake

    November 27th, 2012

    Rickey

    All fatigues and headbands, baby!

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  13. chiefillinicake

    November 27th, 2012

    I had a Cain yard sign at one point, backed Gingrich until I was persuaded that women would NEVER back him, and ended up voting for Santorum in the primary.

    But wasn’t Romney’s vast appeal to the mushy middle the reason everybody in the Establishment sold him so hard? So the 47% comment really was a disaster by that thinking then.

    Kill all the Consultants!

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  14. Bad Brad

    November 27th, 2012

    Chuck Norris and Dwayne Johnson would be a good ticket. Probably eliminate the slimy below the belt attacks from the left.

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  15. Bayouwulf

    November 27th, 2012

    If it had not been for watching Bill Whittle on th’ net, I would not have found IOTW. First found him on his blog “Eject! Eject! Eject!” He has been a beacon of excellence for some time.

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  16. Doug Wakeman

    November 27th, 2012

    Obama will be running again in 2016. There will be millions more illegals, amnestied and moved to key swing districts and the fraud machine will be finely tuned. The Devil can only come in when invited and then you never get rid of him.

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  17. chiefillinicake

    November 27th, 2012

    I dunno about third term. The AIDs has him pretty skinny already!

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  18. sybilll

    November 27th, 2012

    Hi! I’m Sybilll, and I have a Whittle obsession.

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  19. karen stevens

    November 27th, 2012

    “I have a Whittle obsession.”

    hi sybill, completely understandable

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  20. Aunt Liz

    November 27th, 2012

    Whittle is awesome – and actually brought tears to my eyes with his grasp of conservatism. We have some guys out there who believe it and can articulate it – but they are too fearful of the liberal media. They nĂ©ed to get over that. We already lost the biggest election. If there was ever a time on taking a chance of dying on one’s sword to make a point – I’d say now is it.

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  21. Andrea Shea King

    November 28th, 2012

    Yeah baby!!! Oh man! THAT was some kind of AWESOMENESS!

    I love Bill Whittle — have ever since he was writing Eject! Eject! Eject!

    I’m grabbing this and sending it out to as many people I can.

    Thanks for posting.

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  22. MN Patriot

    December 3rd, 2012

    I wish all American politicians spoke this way.
    But wish in one hand and…

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