Really two comments: Interviewers need to edit Glazov, changing no content, but getting rid of about ninety percent of the poor fellow's verbiage. However, Glazov's content is "good" -- and terrible/terrifying, begging the questions, "When will enough of us see that what's happening is bad for ALL Americans?" and, "Do we have enough ammunition?"
Frontpagemag dot org has a petition defending Michele. It would be great if they collect more signatures than CAIR. I intend to call Boehner's office about this too.
Whatever happened to treason? This is no different than collaborating with the Nazis during WWII. John Boehner isn't doing his job and should resign. He's hurting the country by standing by and watching when he should be taking action against these people.
Wow, it's about time someone speaks the truth. I applaud them.
CBS’ Lara Logan: Obama is lying to you - Islamists are your enemy -
‘Death and Deceit in Benghazi’ -
Benghazi Reveals Obama-Islamist Alliance
By James Lewis November 1, 2012
Islamist Egyptians Protest Outside Israeli Embassy With Swastika Sign Saying “The Gas Chambers Are Ready”
Great video. I don't always agree with Bachmann on some things, but she is one tough cookie. Her, Beck, Geller and Spencer (among many others) are true heroes . I have mega respect for her work on the Security Council. The Red/Green Alliances are truly dangerous.
Look at the picture (of Bachmann) on the main page that you click on to get to this thread. Is it just me, or does that look like it's in 3D? It's freaking me out.
It's about time...
Good for you Right Scoop.
It's about time that the BIG Talkers on radio also start to utilize the tip-of-the-spear warriors like Robert Spencer, Jamie Glazov, Pamela Geller, David Horowitz, Caroline Glick, Diana West, and et alli, to inform busy moms and dads about the idiocy of the dhimmi House and Senate concerning political jihad from Islam, the self-proclaimed religion of peace.
Yes, Islam is the religion of peace... peace without opposition... under Shariah law.
I was hoping she would challenge boehner for SOTH....IMHO, she's the right person to lead the congress
Michelle Bachmann is one of the most,if not the most principled conservatives in DC.A true patriot and loyal public servant.
Michele Bachmann is dead right about the danger of Islamist infiltration, just as Allen West is dead right about Communist infiltration.
These are two fine public servants and patriots.
I think people dump on Bachmann for a couple of reasons. For one she is correct about a lot of things and it is difficult for people to be one up-ed or admit they are wrong. It is difficult to forgive someone for being right.
The other thing is she is unabashedly Christian and does not hide that light under a bushel.
While I may not agree with Bachmann on the details of every single solitary thing in this world I can't help but have some admiration for her.
She's one of the few politicians who you can count on to speak their mind and who doesn't feel the urge to experiment with liberalism. That's to be respected.
Bachmann had more than her share of detractors among posters here at RS during the primary, despite being the most consistently conservative candidate. I remember many foolish claims that she was in cahoots with Romney, basically trying to paint her as unprincipled.
I supported her in the past, but not since she voted for Boehner as speaker. There have been too many feints at toughness by members of congress in the past, which only ended in caving when it came to the vote. Unfortunately, Bachmann now belongs to this discredited company. At least Louis Gohmert held firm, and voted for Allen West.
That is the difference between politics and governance. If you don't play the politics you don't get the governance. She voted for him to keep her committee assignments and Gohmert is much more untouchable than Bachmann.
Also Gohmert's position within his constituency is much more rock solid than Bachmann's. He can afford to take principled stands because he is in no danger of losing his seat. Bachmann has to fight for every inch she gets.
I remember those. Drove me crazy, because they made no sense.
I think her only problem is that she has a little trouble understanding how to pitch some of her viewpoints. She chooses some of the worst phrasing possible sometimes.
Alex she was and I'm not saying she isn't ever spot on. She is. What I am saying is she shoots herself in the foot with the timing of her messaging and how she projects herself.
That is all. She just needs to refine herself because she is not equipped to take the punches the way Barracuda is. She takes them but she doesn't seem to thrive off of it the way Sarah or HC do for that matter.
I give her props for running for POTUS and I think she will refine her tactics and learn from the mistakes.
BTW...I donated to her campaign so don't think I am against her by any means. I think you need to be a little less defensive so you get the message that I am saying. I like Michelle.
On things like Huma she was spot on. If anything, Huma should've been exposed earlier.
Even though she's sharp as the debates showed, she can have a PR problem. That's true.
Alex that isn't what I was referring to. I agree with her speaking out but the manner and timing in which she does it lessens the impact of what she is trying to say and do.
As I said...timing is everything.
As to blue state...yeah maybe but there is no truly red or blue state. All states have their various pockets of this or that so it says very little to me. Plus she almost didn't get re-elected.
Listen I like Michelle but she needs to hone her messaging and she will. Of that I have no doubt. She is formidable now but in the future she could really be formidable.
About those issues, some things have to be said. The government being infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood is one of them. It takes character to talk about things that most are uncomfortable with. If it's bad politics to say Huma Abedin has some disturbing ties, that's irrelevant. I guess any principled statement would be bad politics then, but her district keeps re-electing her in a blue state.
Bachmann may be more vocal on those issues but they distract from her which is not good politics. It's like jump rope...timing is everything. Now you may not have seen what I told you but many did, including myself.
I like Bachmann. All I am doing is getting you to understand the perception people have of her.
I like Sarah a tad better because her morals are rock solid. She is a little stronger and a little more savvy than Michelle but both women are good strong women with a good background. I have no objection to either of them. One thing I will say is Sarah took a lot of fire for Michelle.
And I wouldn't formulate an opinion just by the vibe you get from a website or two.
I didn't see that. They're their own people, and the folks saying that really trashed on anybody they perceived as being Palin's competition just because they weren't her. They squinted and tried to think Bachmann was trying to have Palin upstaged.
I actually think Bachmann was in some ways better although not all of her votes have been agreeable. I like Sarah and what she has to say don't get me wrong, but Bachmann's more vocal on things like the Muslim Brotherhood Islamists and the problems with multiculturalism and illegal aliens(I think the only candidate who ran who was completely reliable on cracking down on them, the others either tried not to offend and talked in circles, and/or supported some aid to illegals).
Sarah's passion is energy independence, which is both wonderful and important, but more 'safe', not as controversial to the GOP itself (it's her other actions they don't like). Palin was a Newt supporter, Bachmann called him a RINO in the debates and seemed to want to back Santorum after getting out.
Because Bachmann did come off at times looking like an opportunist riding Palin's coat tails....now there is no proof that is what she was doing purposely but that was the image projected.
I'll do what I can to keep it that way even if, God willing, I'm a WI resident in 2014! Short drive back across the border to her district.
I'm afraid so. I don't remember many other Candidates' supporters really caring much about that particular accusation, now that I think about it.
I remember that. I've seen a few of them on YouTube. They thought just because she ran for President and wasn't Palin that she was conspiring against her.
She's her own person, and a tough and capable person we frankly need much more of in Congress.
Oh that went through my heart :( I have a great pix of her at the Paul Ryan rally and introduced her to a 1st time voter! That young lady will always vote Repub
I recall a great many of them were "over the top" Palin supporters ( I am straining to be polite here) that accused Bachmann of stealing Palin's "spotlight".
Agree but she does manage to hold her seat, even with the intentional redistricting into Dem areas and zero support from the GOP. She has guts and I'm glad I've met her and campaigned for her!
This video explaines the cancer in our State Department and Obama administration. A long video but worth watching. The real info starts around 13 min, and some want Hillary to be president? With this info, Obama admin., and Agenda 21 - we had better wake up