Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Col. West for President.

Tammy Bruce has been yelling it for some time.

I saw this at Mustang's site today, and we need this military man who GETS IT at the helm:



Hell YES.

30 comments:

USA_Admiral said...

Absolutely! He gave a smack down!

Z said...

"HELL, YES" is right.
Tammy Bruce...from President of the L.A> Chapter of N.O.W., to WISDOM, You've got t lover her!

AND ALLEN WEST........ man, he SO nailed it. WHEN are muslims going to march against the terror amongst them, EVER?? And this guy says the book doesn't say to kill infidels..ya, right.

beamish said...

I'm impressed.

WomanHonorThyself said...

don't u wish he would run Brooke!!!

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

I will not support him. For one he seems like another racial quota. Also--as a paleoconservative i support statesman Ron Paul, despite his laissez faire-Libertarian streak.

beamish said...

Ron Paul is an imbecile.

"despite his laissez faire libertarian streak" LOL

Ron Paul is neither conservative nor libertarian, but let's set that aside for a moment.

I guess Wessie is the only anti-laissez faire "conservative" in existence.

Wessie's anti-Semitic, racist, homophobic, and now a champion of government intervention and regulation of businesses and private property.

Wessie, you're not conservative by any stretch of thr imagination.

Switch to diet meth. Seriously. The full flavor stuff is fuggin you up.

Now run along and toss Molotov cocktails into a Starbuck's coffeeshop, leftist.

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

Note: A Paleoconservative is not opposed to Government regulation.

Alligator said...

I know people that support Rand Paul that will not go anywhere near his father.

I'd support Allen West or Herman Cain in a heartbeat. I'd support Chris Christie too. We just need someone who has principles and is plain spoken about those principles. These "inside the beltway" Harvard and Yale establishment Republicans, are killing us just as bad as the Dems. Just say No to RINOS.

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

What does it take to be a so-called r.i.n.o.? Having been from the 90's when right-wing politics were at their peak. The leaving of the Republican party by paleos to third parties--meant the Goldwater and Rockerfeller contrast was surely over.

BATMAN said...

Would I support:
West - Maybe.
Christie - Not likely.
Paul - NEVER!

I'm afraid we're going to have a weak field of candidates to run in 2012.

Brooke said...

USA: He sure did.

Z: I do love me some Tammy. :)

Allen West is no fool. He's had his eyes open to the reality of Islam.

Angel: I sure do.

Jeff: I don't see any solid candidates as of yet. Perhaps this is on purpose? We all know how the Dems love to fabricate and smear.

Gator: Agreed. I only hope that a real rock-ribbed conservative can make it through the crooked primary process, and retains his values all the way to the White House. No more RHINOS.

Wesley: If you'd like the definition of a RHINO ask Gingrich or McCain.

And you must have missed Beamish's rant on Paul.

Beamish: I think he's got meth in that coffee cup.

Brooke said...

Also, RACIAL QUOTA?!? BWAAHAAHAAAA!!!

THAT is the left. Conservatives are judged on their ability and character and promoted accordingly.

The left bemoans it when a black or other minority comes to power WHEN THEY ARE NOT A LEFTIST, yet they support affirmative action.

Hypocrite.

Brooke said...

All I heard during the previous presidential election cycle was "our first black president."

Obama is clearly a far leftist.

Who's filling quotas now?

beamish said...

Note: A Paleoconservative is not opposed to Government regulation.

Laissez faire, libertarian economic policy was a defining theme of the Old Right, those that opposed both America's entry into World War I and the New Deal socialism of FDR.

To a great extent, the libertarian spirit of economic laissez faire is a defining feature of the New Right that came along with Goldwater's philosophy of lowing taxation and it's ascendency with the election of Reagan to the White House. Where the Old Right was opposed to interventionist foriegn policy, Goldwater and Reagan ushered in the era of America pursuing its interests abroad.

So, Wessie opposes laissez faire economic doctrine that characterizes both pre-World War 2 and post-World War 2 American conservatism. Wessie the "paleocon" that disavows the common line between the Old Right and the New Right.

[Apparently the Old Right isn't "paleo" enough for Wessie.]

We could argue this further with Wessie's dissonant rejection of Christian [Catholic] socialism while embracing the advocacy of Chestertonian distributism / diet fascism of the Old Right that sprang from it, but that would be overkill in pointing out that Wessie is a "paleocon" that doesn't even know what paleocons believe while trying to criticize neocons when he doesn't even know what they believe.

We can only posit that Wessie unwittingly seeks a "third way" between socialism and capitalism, one that is apparently race-based, like the labor leftists Hitler and Mussolini. Wessie wants an economy entirely usurped by state control. I say Wessie unwittingly seeks these things because it's blatantly obvious he's wholly unfamiliar with the history of American conservatism going all the way back to Madison and Hamilton, and probably gasps in horror to find Abraham Lincoln was a conservative.

Wessie is no conservative whatsoever. He rejects the laissez faire spirit of both Old and New Right principles, and he rejects the proactive, interventionist foreign policy of "neocons" like Barry Goldwater, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush.

There are only two possible conclusions we can draw from Wessie's tirades:

Wessie specifically rejects every laissez faire-based economic policy the Old Right / paleoconservatism stood for that is largely retained by the New Right / neoconservatism because he's ignorant of history and thus not a conservative (not even knowing what he would "conserve")

-OR-

Wessie specifically rejects conservatism's growth from seeking the end of slavery in America to seeking the end of totalitarianism abroad because he's a cryptoleftist, and a particularly anti-Semitic and racist cryptoleftist at that.

Neither conclusion leads anyone to believe Wessie has a platform for preaching conservatism, much less "paleoconservatism."

Except, of course, as a useful idiot of the left [like Ron Paul] seeking to remold conservatism into something it never was - a ignorant, racist, toothless redneck caricature of Jacksonian agrarian dipshits fighting "the scourge of communism" with placard signs and bumper stickers at the flea market rather than, say, the battlefields of Vietnam or Eastern Europe - where they might have to, you know, intervene like a "neocon."

You're a sick joke, Wessie.

beamish said...

There is hope for Wessie to find a candidate to support, that is if Hillary Clinton decides to challenge Obama for the Democratic Party nomination and have the KKK faction of that party take back control from the Weather Underground faction.

beamish said...

[Wessie is a homeless Dixiecrat]

Z said...

aaaah, you love 'er cuz she's got a GUN :-)

Chuck said...

I was saying just yesterday that he would be a good VP candidate. Maybe at the top would be better.

Joy said...

You tell em girl.

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

...beamish that is misleading, Libertarians like to put out misinfomation to claim an affinity that they do not have. It is common knowledge that the 'old right' is protectionist. Paleoconservatives were very vocal in the 90's against trade pacts such as n.a.f.t.a. and all that. Sure the Left shares some concern for reasons i do not equate with the actual Right. Brooke you are talking the talk of neoconservtaive talk radio.

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

Here is some dated reading material - for those that do not know any better - in regards to paleoconservatism.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1758302/posts

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

For the record: i do not adhere to the aspect of racialism especially after the counterculrure, but also counting the Catholic infiltraition of our culture. I also think the writer is a bit much in regards to the Muslims. The neoconservatives line is touting such a view regarding the Mohammedans. Is it any worse with atheist and pagan whites? The fact that our system is gone has paved the way to such Mohammedan infiltraition.

Paul Champagne said...

I've been following this man for a while now.

He sure can talk the talk.

He now has been given the chance to walk the walk.

Good luck Colonel

beamish said...

i do not adhere to the aspect of racialism especially after the counterculrure, but also counting the Catholic infiltraition of our culture.

Yet provide us with a mangled reading of Russell Kirk, a Catholic himself, for a self-serving "definition" of "paleocon."

You're so clueless you don't even what a clue looks like, Wessie.

By the misleading, Kirk slandering definition you link to, Ronald Reagan is a "neoconservative" and thus "not really conservative, but a stealth communist."

I hope you don't take offense at being assessed as a fucking moron, Wessie.

Opposed to NAFTA? How union labor of you. How did NAFTA affect the lawn mower's guild?

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beamish said...

According to Wessie's meth-induced view of conservatism, Russell Kirk fought a "paleoconservative" fight against "Catholic infiltration" by becoming a Catholic...

Don't let "paleoconservative" Pat Buchanan know Catholics aren't really conservatives....

[although that fight between two anti-Semitic distributist / national socialists would be cute to watch]

Brooke, where did you find this idiot?

joy1965 said...

ah, the religion of peace

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztSzoh8N6es

Brooke said...

Z: I love her 'cause she's unapologetic about the finger being on the trigger!

Beamish: How did I pick up this troll? Probably because I'm the first blog you find if you Google 'paleocon.'

Not much effort, there.

Joy: Why are you sending me Obama's porno links? ;)

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

...beamish your commentary says a lot about you.

beamish said...

Yes, that naughty commentary of mine is just talking smack about me behind my back, all up in your head, driving you crazy while you're out trying to impress the black gals with your pimp riding lawn mower.

It certainly should come with a warning label.