May 13, 2014

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"Whatever happened to a loyal opposition? Boehner and McConnell just seem to be loyal, without the fervency and drive to oppose Obama's recklessness. Bill Whittle is tired of seeing our country's oldest tenets left hanging from a thread with no major leadership there to save them. It's time for a new group of young leaders to takeover."

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 13, 2014 7:20 AM
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I love Bill Whittle. He is right, so right.

Posted by: Leslie at May 13, 2014 8:19 AM

Has anyone else noticed that each successive set of *new* leaders is far worse than the previous set?

How do you fix that?

Oh that's right, silly me, there is no such thing as a leader than can please all the people all the time so instead of even trying they will just please themselves.

456 popped skallz would please me.

Posted by: ghostsniper at May 13, 2014 10:12 AM

Cruz, Lee and Paul. Those are the new leaders.

Posted by: newton at May 13, 2014 10:15 AM

Love Bill Whittle. Can't stand to have to watch a video at work. Were I rich, I'd pay someone to do his transcripts. I beg him. I plead. He obviously has it typed out for the prompter, why is it so hard to get a transcript?

He's not all that on video. His whispery voice does not do his thoughts justice.

Posted by: Joan of Argghh! at May 13, 2014 3:13 PM

The problem is 40-55% of regular Republican voters forget everything 1 second after the most recent sell-out. Then Karl Rove, on Fox 18 times per day, says the best way to stop Obama is to elect someone grey, bland, and most importantly highly cooperative with Rove and you can go back to ignoring your Constitutional responsibilities.

The non-TEA Party Republican voters (40-55%) hope that listening to someone they have seen before will work. The fact that someone loses over and over is forgotten. The fact that someone helped the GOP lose both House and Senate is just trivia. They will follow the pied piper simply because he seems calm, familiar, and only asks for us to let him handle the hard work for us.

Posted by: Scott M at May 13, 2014 6:11 PM

Bill Whittle for Congress. Where is the weak Republican congresscritter that is most vulnerable in a demographically stable and sustainable district in CA? That is where the need is and the strategic opportunity to do most good.

Bill needs deep pockets to buy him a condo there and to buils a TeaParty plus coalition to get him elected, so he can join other young Turks in DC like ISSA, Gowdy, Chavetz. If we aging but not yet dead Boomers on the right sit back and let it happen, the RINO DINOs will prevail thru momentum and lobbyist bribes paid. Boehner, graham, mccain, mcconnell are NOT going anywhere soon and are not even close to the stuffed owl wheeled in by staff state of long time pols like byrd, dingell, and others on the left so playing nice, or sitting around b1tchin on blogs just isnt going to cut it.

Posted by: boiling frog at May 14, 2014 8:58 AM