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232 weeks ago @ Big Government - Which interview transcript did you read? The one between Beck and Judge Napolitano? That was a ten minute interview the purpose of which was to summarize his radio interview with Newt Gingrich! That interview was far more intense and involved! It was the basis for the summation points which Beck used wuth the Judge, and the Judge new what points he was going to cover with Beck! The points raised in the Judge interview were short examples of the Progressive nature and ideals which Newt embraces, and which were covered in the radio interview! Pure and simple FDR was a Fabian Socialist. There are many books free in pdf format which do not look like FDR's favorite historians wrote them which you may want to read The are available at www.mises.org. Newt has over the years said multiple times he was a fan of and liked many of the things FDR did! FDR was a Progressive Socialist. FDR used the title of one of his Socialist advisors books to name his political program...The New Deal! I will not do your research for you. I stand by my points and have not been swayed by your rebuttal. Thanks anyway!
232 weeks ago @ Big Government -
Go take a class in both reading and listeneing comprehension! It is apparent you need both. Oh and while you are at it hook up with the ex-body language pundit that used to pontificate on the O'Reilly factor, she might teach you a thing or two!
I expect a reply but trust me I will not respond. Answer a fool unto his folly!
232 weeks ago @ Big Government - I watched the interview live and completely! The quote by Publius miscaharacterizes, as does the Title of this piece, what he was comparing! He first stated that based upon his own statements Newt Gingrich was a big government progressive! He cited his, Newt's, like for FDR and other issues! He then said to the Tea Party members, if you vote for this big government progressive (Republican Newt) when you already have a big government Progressive in Obam in the white House; the only reason you would be voting for Newt is because Obama was black! He was using sarcasm to illustrate the stupidity of replacing a known Progressive Obama, by a stealthier Progressive Gingrich, especially in light of the stated goals of smaller government and disdain for socialists and progressive by the Tea Party members in general!! He did not turn against the Tea party here as Publius suggests! He was trying to wake them up to there being very little difference between the two. I guess that it was also necessary to denigrate Beck by using language which comes very close to, if not over the line of, an ad hominem attack: "Now Glenn Beck, the shock jock-turned-multimedia-star-turned-historian-cum-evangelist-of-sorts pulls the race card… against the Tea Party!" Publius needs a refresher course in honest journalism!