Glenn Beck Would Pick Ron Paul Over Newt

Posted By The P/Oed Patriot

While talking with a caller yesterday morning on his radio show, Glenn Beck said that he would probably pick Ron Paul as a third party candidate over Newt Gingrich, if he had to choose between the two.

The Right Scoop argues that voting for Ron Paul is political suicide:

“This is suicide and it doesn’t get any simpler this: voting third party on our side for whomever guarantees Obama a victory. That’s it. And if Newt’s the nominee and Beck wants to go that road, then I tell him what I tell others: enjoy the hell that will be a second Obama term.”


Political Suicide or Sticking to Your Core Principles?

You decide.

H/T The Right Scoop

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  • zaugg

    Suicide by shock jock. GlennB is a joke.

  • Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial

    Beck slipped on a banana peel. Now he has lost all appeal.

  • exceller

    I had no idea that Becks core principles included a smaller isolationist America, along with anti semitism and racism. who knew.

  • Firebird

    Newt is the left’s choice. It’s got to be Romney, Bachmann, or a third party becomes acceptable. Forty years of Newt in government got us where we are now. You know the definition of insanity.

  • grassfarmer

    Glen, this time your desire for complete change is not governed by rational thought. We went through that third party thing when you were drinking and taking dope and it gave us Bill Clinton and all the other liberal baggage we still have present today. You are more sober, thank God, and you need to review the historic impact of what supporting that third party did for the country.
    Yes, we need to make some sweeping changes, but lets do it within the Republican Party. The first thing would be is to make the congress more humble to being responsive to the people. We have spoiled them to the point of royalty. Let’s take that away from them and have them become one of us.

  • That is strange considering Ron Paul’s statements on Israel and Beck’s steadfast support of Israel. It doesn’t make sense.

  • SheilaK

    Beck needs to get a hold of himself and stop taking himself so seriously. Please. If Newt is the nominee and you really cannot vote for him, then don’t be a tool and hand the pr presidency back to the disaster that is Obama. Just don’t vote.

  • Sounds like Beck has lost the focus of what needs to be done next Nov. But Beck has admitted he has ADD, too!


    Does it really matter anymore who sits in the head chair? Let’s face it the banksters and the corporate oligarch are in control.
    How many more cycles of this left/right, dem/pub false paradigm must we go through?

    I don’t see anything changing no matter who is elected. Newt is just a lighter shade of Obama, RP has the best of intentions but if elected will not accomplish diddly squat as the PTB will make him play the game. Back to Newt, he’ll gladly play the game he’s been doing it his whole career.

  • anonoped

    Good for Glenn Beck.

    At least he recognizes that there is zero difference between Obama and Gingrich. Well, the lunar mining thing is a difference but that just makes Gingrich as loony as Loony Tunes.

  • Bill Mitchell

    If your core principals involve standing your ground no matter what, you STILL step out of the way when a Mack Truck is coming.

    People mistake Beck for a Conservative because many of the principles he espoused on his show sounded Conservative. But he is really a Libertarian, hence his support for nutbag Paul. I have witnessed Beck slowly losing his mind over the pat 2 years. It has now come full circle and he is insane.

    Voting for Paul is voting for Obama since Paul has NO chance at victory.

    My guess is Beck will lose about half his GBTV subscription base over this. My mother just cancelled hers and she used to LOVE Glenn Beck.

  • Caved in Drum Head

    It’s amusing to disallow reality. Yes, Glen you can stand on principles, You can overthink what’s going on in politics. Then, as you watch Obama being re-sworn in for his second term, you can stand firm in your snobbery, and feel good about not voting for either vermin candidate, but a third party. then you can pat yourself on the back for standing SO firm in your principles that you helped kill the country. Yay…

    Or, you can face reality. ONE man will be President, either Obama or The Other Guy. We all need to coalesce around The Other Guy. I’ll vote for Newt if he’s the nominee, or SpongeBob SquarePants if HE’S the nominee. I’ll even vote for Huntsman or Mittens while holding my nose so hard it may come off in my hand. But I WILL NOT VOTE FOR OBAMA either directly or third party indirectly. There is NO third party organization strong enough to do anything but split conservative voters.

    C’mon Glen, you know all this.

  • Bill Mitchell

    All of these Conservative Commentators are going to rue the day they went nuclear on Newt since Newt is going to be the nominee and half the Obama ads will do nothing but feature their frothy words.

    Shame on the lot of you.

  • Bill Mitchell

    As Newt famously said in last night’s debate, “This is not a reality show, this is reality…”

    Beck apparently thinks this is a reality show. One thing I like about Newt is that although he has core conservative values, he is a pragmatic realist, not a dogmatic ideologue. he sees the world as it is and seeks to fix it, not as he wishes it was and simply rails against it.

  • P. Aaron

    Did Beck say this for ratings reasons? Sorry Paul supporters but your guy is just too cranky looking & sounding. I’m not even going to debate his policies. The era of the happy warrior is here and Paul loses in it.

  • Mikey

    If Ron Paul goes third party and all the whacko Paulbots, including Beck vote for him; Obama will be reelected. It is that simple. I ALSO question Beck’support considering Paul’s stance on Israel. I used to think Glenn made a difference. Now he is just becoming an odd shock jock.

  • Seth

    I really liked Beck and I thought he did yeoman service in bringing up all sorts of things that the MSM wouldn’t touch, in emphasizing reading real history, and in connecting the dots that no one else had the guts to connect but, Paul is just a whack job and preferring him to Newt is just insanity in my book.

  • Bill Mitchell

    I think what this shows us is that all this time it was FoxNews that kept Beck from going too far out in right right right field. Now we see that without his Fox handlers, Beck is who he really is, a little nutty.

  • obfuscatenot

    Bill Mitchell #11, you are spot on sir. No matter your beliefs you still adjust to ensure survival.
    I just don’t get it. Another 4 years of Obama and we’ll not be able to feed our children.

  • usamopatriot

    This election is going to bring the loonies out into the open. To say there is no difference between BO and Newt is not just asinine it’s insane. The majority of the accusations being leveled against Newt are either distorted or out right lies with Alex Jones being one of the chief distorters out there. Conspiracy nuts used to be in the minority, but now its got to the point where half of the so called “independents” are nothing but goof balls that no longer engage in rational thinking. We cannot fix the problems in this country in a peaceful fashion if we demand absolute purity from our side while the other side gets by with absolute corruption. I wonder if all the anti Newts have gone their whole lives without ever changing their philosophy on anything? If they can truthfully say that then I would guess the depth of their understanding of most issues is only on the surface. These folks will take Ron Paul as their candidate without questioning the 10 percent of his ideas that are not just nuts they’re suicidal. But when it comes to Newt they will demand 100 percent agreement with conservative ideas. I think Newt will gravitate to conservatism if elected while Ron Paul will get even more radical on foreign policy which will lead to complete isolation for the United States. The only way to be completely isolated is to be a police state. It would be impossible to defend our borders from the inside only with out taking away our freedoms to move about and do business. And to think that these folks hate the patriot act…. what will it take at that point? The best defense has always been a good offense. Paul’s idea that we have made the terrorist’s hate us is the biggest indictment of his philosophy. Does that mean we should never discipline our children because they might hate us? I can only hope that Americans wake up and realize what destruction another Obama term would wreak on our country. I do not think we could ever recover.

  • tru

    Glenn Beck labels everyone who doesn’t agree with him a progressive.
    My question for Glenn would be; since Ron Paul’s foreign policy is to the left of Obama, what is he?
    My feeling is that Newt would govern as a conservative. Paul would govern as a Libertarian.
    Joe Scarboro just agreed with Beck. What does that tell you?

  • Amjean

    Glenn Beck is a kook – so, of course, he would pick another kook.

  • Greg

    When Beck had fresh material I used to look forward to his daily fox hour. Towards the end he desperately was working on turning reruns into ratings, the emotion business was over the top. Now that he has lost his bully pulpit he needs to be more outlandish to be talked about.
    Like many in the entertainment world, trading morals for ratings is a standard business practice

  • Narn

    I used to love Glenn Beck. No more. He needs to shut up. If I had a membership to GBTV, I would cancel it now. Tired of hearing his ranting.

  • Mark1957

    You can disagree with a man’s opinion, but that is no reason to be disrespectful. Glenn has been right on about 90% of what he has said in the last 5 years. I DON”T agree with him on this one, but let’s give the man the respect that he deserves. Third party is not the solution, however, Newt IS a Progressive.

  • gary gulrud

    Beck is Mormon of which more than 90% will be voting Romney. Its a scare tactic.

  • bobdog

    We do this every time, don’t we? Whoever is top dog in the race, we break out the rumors, dig through high school records, and start shredding reputations. Then we sit around and violently argue about why they’ll destroy the country.

    And David Axelrod smiles and starts the next background rumor to the media.

    There’s only one thing for certain. We cannot afford – and probably could not survive – a second Obama term.

  • Holder’s AK-47 and a big pile of cash – missing

    There will be a 3rd party push, because that’s an old New Party trick. The third party will be funded by the Obamunists. It will be designed to syphon votes from the republican candidate.
    And do not think this race isn’t neck and neck with Obama slightly ahead. There is a reason he destroyed the economy. That reason is votes.

  • newmike

    We used to be a Beck family. We watched show every day on both stations and is used to have his radio show on every morning. He opened our eyes to a lot of American history.
    That said, he’s taking a path that will lead to the destruction of our country. We were going to sign-up for his GBTV but we can’t knowingly support someone that will advocate for the destruction of our country.
    These commentators have to get a hold of themselves and realize that we need to get Obama out. The country can’t suffer four more years of destruction from within because some people feel their ideological purity is more important than the future of our republic.

    Bye Glenn, I’m glad you have enough money to sustain the coming crisis but most of us don’t and remember those of us to whom you were responsible that are without million dollar media contracts and gold stashes while the country burns because a candidate proposed a solution one time in the past that might have required govt intervention.

  • Mick

    Well Glenn, all I can say is: So much for “Restoring Courage”. Wasn’t it you who made the great gesture of going to Israel to tell the world, “I stand with Israel!”. Wasn’t it you who told Americans and the world that it is imperative for us to stand behind Israel too?

    And Now you will throw your support to Ron Paul who tells us it’s imperative that the US leave Israel to stand alone?

    So much for your core convictions and principles Glenn!

  • Pragmatic

    Mr. Beck’s credibility has shrunken to ZERO (just like our current President)!

  • nader paul kucinich gravel mckinney baldwin ventura sheehan perot carter

    Neocons prefer an Obama reelection
    Ronald Ernest Paul MD is too honest

  • Miss8ys

    In the end it is about ending President Downgrade’s reign of terror against the private sector.

    A vote for Ron Paul IS a vote for President Downgrade.

  • onbe

    What can ya say about Paul most of what he says is good.However much of what he says is not the time for it.40 years ago before we started to far down this path was when these policies should have been implemented. The government and it’s far left stance came in bits and pieces over the years. It has to be disassembled in the same manner.

  • SteveN

    Is this Beck’s “jump the shark” moment?

  • Bingo

    gary gulrud commented:

    Beck is Mormon of which more than 90% will be voting Romney. Its a scare tactic.

  • Mark1957

    # 30 MICK

    Mick you need to listen to the video clip. Mr. Beck says he doesn’t agree with Ron Paul’s foreign policies at all, but would vote for Paul over Newt IF he had to.

  • SCinfidel

    Two things

    1. Beck is a Mormon and I am sure his elders at his cult told him to start toeing the company line or else.
    2. Beck claims ardent support of Israel. RP is part of the defend Islam blame Israel crew… how do those two square up. Newt seems to be the most vocal supporter of Israel and seems to have the best understanding of what is really going on over there.

    Newt isn’t perfect, he is a huge upgrade to McLame and infinitely better than BHO. Newt 2012!!

  • daryl

    Beck is waaay too full of himself. Always was. Just more obvious now.

  • Mick

    #37 MARK – I listened to the tape, and I listened to Beck at the time he said these things live on his show.

    Though Beck doesn’t agree with Paul’s foreign policy, he seems perfectly willing to jettison his own core conviction of standing by Israel in support for Paul. Beck has made it clear numerous times on his show his belief that Jerusalem and Israel are the focal point, or nexus of the battle between good and evil. Thus his traveling to Israel to “Restore Courage.” And now he will throw his support to a man who believes Israel should be abandoned?

    All I can say is “WOW!…so much for the battle between good and evil, and the imperative to stand on the side of good, aka Israel.”

    Me thinks Beck’s disgust for progressives outweighs his core conviction for truth and goodness, and the courage to stand with it.

  • Jerry C

    #34 onbe-good point

    The problem I am having is I voted for McCain/Palin as the lesser evil over NObama. Now it comes out that McCain was the co-creator of the recently passed bill in the Senate that will allow american citizens to be arrested by our military; effectively negating the Posse Comitatus Act our founders put into place to prevent such a huge over-powering corrupt federal government. (americans can be labled as a terrorist, their Constitutional rights taken away and be held indefiantely)

    So, here it is years later, after voting for the “lesser” evil, that evil is still rampent and really nothing has changed. On the contrary, McCain has proven to me that it matters not who you think you are voting for. The puppets are put into place to do the bidding of their masters.

    Although I don’t like Ron Paul’s anti-semetic attitude or his crappy foreign policies, his domestic ones are exactly what we need. Sometimes it takes more than a spoon at a time to eat an elephant. Sometimes, you just have to kill it before it eats you. I’m voting for Ron Paul because I know that Demonrat/RHINO is just opposite sides of the same coin.

    Ron Paul 2012 or Republic Bust

  • KornKing

    Old GB has let things go to his head, he has now become irrelevant as far as I’m concerned

  • Eriah

    He is not sticking to his principles because Ron Paul would sit back and let Israel get nuked instead of “acting like the world’s police”.
    I share Glenn’s principles and that is why I could NEVER vote for Ron Paul, Israel safety and Iran’s nukes are my number one priority this election. If we followed Ron Paul’s foreign policy during WWII we would all speaking German.

  • Dave in Dallas

    Gingrich has said repeatedly that FDR .. Not Reagan, FDR!.. Is the greatest American president in modern times. He jokes about how much grief he will get from conservatives from saying it. FDR is the closest we have come SO FAR to a left wing totalitarian dictator. Gingrich likes he policy fiddling and ignores the depredations on freedom.

    Newt is NOT a principled conservative. He does NOT place free individuals above government. He NEVER defends the constitution. If he is nominally on the right, it is not from principle.

    rOn Paul is viciously anti Semitic and a foreign policy lunatic. He is childish and childlike on that issue. But he does speak for the constitution and freedom for individuals, for limited government. Beck is hilighting this, not endorsing Paul. He is asking e tea party to stop supporting Gingrich and go to a bachmann or Santorum, who would defend the constitution. That’s all. Beck is not crazy, just struggling to make people understand the danger of progressivism.

  • Seth

    I agree that Ron Paul ‘s focus on our of control government spending, the Federal Reserve, and on our debt, deficit, and money supply as the main causes of our current economic disaster is correct, and that is good.

    However, once you get to the rest of what Paul believes in and proposes, he is an extreme Isolationist–pull our troops back to the U.S., slash our military, and pursue a strict policy of non-interference in other countries affairs.

    All well and good as a policy in the period, say, before, WWII, when two large oceans largely protected us from attack and communications were primitive, there was no Internet or computers and intercontinental missiles, nuclear weapons, and chemical and biological weapons were not a threat and the Islamic Jihad/ terrorism was not yet the existential trheat is is today.
    In our current situation Isolationism is a recipe for utter disaster, we just can’t afford to withdraw into a “Fortress America’, it won’t work. Instead, we should be out in the world, trying to understand what is going on, gathering intelligence, and using what remains of our military and other power to pre-empt threats and/or fight them overseas, rather than here in the U.S.; you can’t do this if you are huddle behind the borders of a Fortress America.

  • subsonic

    As a recovering Perot voter, I emphatically denounce Glenn’s position.

  • KornKing

    #46 subsonic- As a recovering John Anderson voter-ditto

  • Bubba

    Good ‘ole nutcase Right exemplified. The bane of the GOP has been idiots like Beck, and the even worse Religious Right freakazoids, who will proudly, like they’re some kind of modern day martyrs, say, “we’ll sit this out and hand it to the dems because our guy isn’t going to make some issue that is just pure noise a center piece of his campaign.”

    So many times we see this unbelievable idiocy. The dems, who are so much worse than the supposedly “flawed candidate” skates into office because some prominent fool on the Right demands his flock to stay home.

    Well, whatever. You know a third party candidate is coming this cycle. I doubt it’ll be Paul, or Trump, but someone will take the f*cked up Beck tact that they just can’t support Newt because, GASP, he had a couple of affairs and divorced a wife or two.

    As unpopular as Barry is, America is basically a 50-50 nation. Disatisfaction usually means +/- 3 or 4%. The dems don’t need a Ross Perot taking 19% from the GOP. Just 4 or 5% will more than seal the deal for Barry. Oh…but then the freaks on the right can wear their little badge of honor, saying that they didn’t sell out their principles.

    The only thing that can give the election to Barry is the stupid, sad sack sorry losers on the Right.

  • #26 December 13, 2011 at 7:21 am
    gary gulrud,


  • Maybe Glenn Beck will run for President with Michael Savage will be his Vice President!

  • StrangernFiction

    It’s one thing to bash Gingrich, but it is quite another to take Romney over Gingrich.

  • StrangernFiction

    I remember listening to Beck once sing the praises of Joe Lieberman. I knew at that point there were a few holes in his logic.

  • TiminPhx

    Beck is a nutjob who is more on target than most folks. However, when he is off target, he is really off target.

    I seriously think he has some mental issues that make him “dangerous” to those of us who know how important it is to cause Obama to join the ranks of the unemployed.

    O’Reily is an opportunist. He’s only “dangerous” if a Loofa is involved. Savage is a hair away from joining George Norie and Art Bell.

    El Rushbo I trust and some of the lesser lights in the Conservative Punditry.

    Beck no longer for me, is part of the debate on whom Conservatives should support.

  • devildog666

    Beck has fallen over the cliff into the abyss. I’m afraid he’s irretrievable.

  • Sam

    Will you idiots stop calling Ron Paul isolationist? He’s non-interventionist, there’s a difference. For once, Glenn Back hasn’t said something stupid and completely humiliated himself.

  • Sam

    I also find find it hilarious that you absolute cretins held his loony conspiracy theories in high regard. GB stole ALL of those from Alex Jones and re-packaged them. You’re all paranoid, bigoted moonbats.

  • L. E. Liesner

    Glenn Beck quit making sense awhile ago. He has been pinging all over the spectrum. Turning the other cheek until somebody knocks your head off is insane.

  • Stability has never been Beck’s long-suit.

  • bg


    we had left reverse psychology FAIL, time to balance
    it out with a right side reverse psychological FAIL..

    meantime, may the best man/woman win..

    imho, Romney is more stable, but Gingrich might be the excitement we
    need to keep US going.. too bad both sides put the Kibosh on the best
    candidate for the US, Herman Cain.. eh, live & learn if we can.. i mean,
    albeit i’m not at all convinced that we learned anything, Obama’s sure
    teaching US a lesson huh??


  • bg


    Sam #56 December 13, 2011 at 9:05 am


    between Alex Jones and Glenn Beck a

    their opinions, not so much..


  • feduptoo

    Glenn doesn’t get it! Right now is not the time for a 3rd Party…..we need to vote for whomever becomes the Rep. nominee, then in future elections weed out all RINO’S and progressives!

    It’s time Republican elites, and Republican talk show hosts stop beating up on those running, and stop giving Obama ammo!

    Obama has to go, period…never to be elected to anything in the future!

  • bg
  • bg


    does the term “lesser of two evils” ring any bells..

    that’s part and parcel of why we have the problems we have
    today, problems that have been compounding election after
    election, precisely because we do not have a third option.. 🙁


  • Danny

    Glenn Beck has just lost many listeners.

  • Derek

    With all due respect to the GB haters, maybe you should listen again to what Beck says. He says, “I might consider Ron Paul as a third party.” Key word being “might.” I would also consider a third party candidate. Then, I would do what has to be done and vote for Newt or Romney.

  • donh

    Beck is right . The Newt surge is an act of pure desparation. People are not thinking rationally if hatered of Obama has maddened you to the point of voting for his own shadow. Tea Party is a failure if its only agenda is to trap the dissatisfied voter in the mental cage of tolerating equal evil choices . The Tea Party is deteriorating into a mob of bitter quitters out to blunt an exodus from a failed party run by stupid evil people who just want to fool and deceive the ” conservative ” voter into accepting disappointment.

  • Truth

    You would be SURPRISED how many patriotic democrats AND republicans would vote third party – for Ron Paul – in 2012. People have had enough of the FALSE CHOICES presented by the systemically corrupt two party system.

  • bg


    re: #62 December 13, 2011 at 9:34 am bg



  • Carbon Pootprint

    Romney, Perry, Newt they all suck and can’t be trusted. Beck and his crew make me laugh. Beck has been hammering death by 3rd party as a hard as Rush has. To throw him under the bus now over this BS drama for someone like Newt is weak.

    Make me laugh funny people!!

  • Valerie

    Lots of Obama supporters posting, today.

  • Firebird

    No politician can be trusted, but Romney is the most qualified and professional. And his personal life is pretty orderly. And he can balance a check book. At least there’s that choice.

  • BurmaShave

    By this remark Glenn Beck does not sound as if he endorsing Ron Paul either.

  • ER

    I know lots & lots of fellow conservatives that along with me are now newly supporting Ron Paul (though at least in my case, not for the reasons Beck is, I actually think Paul’s best for foreign policy, including Israel’s security & sovereignty, too.)

  • Kraut

    if you vote third party – you de facto condemn the United States to Fascism and/or Marxism. (As of the moment Obama practices fascism, but he believes in Marxism). Third party votes are votes FOR Obama.

  • Joe

    Says a lot more about Glenn Beck and mental stability then it does about Newt Gingrich.

  • NO Newt, Romney, Paul, Huntsman…only a TRUE Conservative will save this country and they are not in this list. Vote Principles…I intend to do a write in…I’m sick of holding my nose. No difference between the above candidates and the Marxist Party.

  • #66 bing………

  • bg
  • donh

    Who needs Tea Party when we have good old RINOS to peddle your lesser of 2 evils mental matrix condemning our nation to croney fascism , NWO imperialism , and debt slavery. Tea party is proving to be Rinos in sheep’s clothing…. Sham Wow con job salesmen pitching made in Germany candidates like Newt, discouraging support for the real american candidates who will roll back the failed FDR legacy and its march to totalitarianism.

  • bg


    not that we couldn’t be at any time..

    but if i had Gods word that Ron Paul wouldn’t get US
    nuked within a year, i might consider voting for him..


  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Beck probably feels he has to choose. He doesn’t. No one does.

    If you don’t feel that any of the prospects suit you, then just say so.

  • bg


    donh #79 December 13, 2011 at 11:09 am

    isn’t that about what GB & many othersd have been telling US??

    like i said, A MULTITUDE OF TRUTHS EXIST..

    ergo, you can shoot the messengers of facts all you like, what
    you cannot do is shoot the facts no matter who delivers them..


  • greenfairie

    I would not vote for Ron Paul but I am rather baffled by Newt Gingrich’s current popularity. Really, people? Why did conservatives quickly abandon Michele Bachmann or not give Rick Santorum much of a chance?

  • Patty

    Cheney: Don’t Underestimate Newt Gingrich

    Heaven forbid it is Ron Paul, Highly doubtful he could be president. And if, big if he was to be our candidate. JUST HAND OBAMA THE KEYS. OOOPSS! HE ALREADY HAS THEM

  • Patty

    President Barack Obama is in big trouble, with both Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich leading him in a dozen key swing states, according to a new USA Today/Gallup poll.

  • Patty

    #2 December 13, 2011 at 6:34 am
    Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial commented:

    Beck slipped on a banana peel. Now he has lost all appeal.
    got that right, Beck wants to give Obama another 4 more. Foolish, he may be right on a lot of things, but this. Stupid.

  • Thomas

    Beck needs to see a shrink. I feel sorry for the guy.

  • Sam

    bg, AJ and GB are nothing more than a bunch of whining, neurotic sociopaths whose inane ramblings are nothing but poppycock. AJ has way more credibility than Beck though. Beck with his nonsensical teary moments, WHAT A GIRL.

    Valerie, there are a lot of dim-witted, war-mongering, reactionary neo-cons here as well.

    It’s hilarious that Gingrich is considered the anti-establishment candidate, when he’s spent more years in the establishment than all of the other candidates combined. Wouldn’t expect less though from the irrational, self-hating mindlessness of the STUPID PARTY.

  • Gride

    So this pretty much proves Beck’s love for Israel is all just a show.

  • bg


    Sam #88 December 13, 2011 at 12:04 pm


  • When will people understand that voting for the lesser evil is still voting for evil.

    I was stampeded in ’08. Not this time.

    Note; It is so nice to see “Conservatives” treat those who refuse to tow their line the same as the Obots treat their political enemies. Some moral high ground. That really wants me to pay attention to your arguments.

  • John

    Ron Paul is just about the last hope for us. There sure are a lot of necons on here that love the wars, staggering debt and the destruction of our constitution.

    Get on board because if RP is not the nominee then BHO will have a second term. You can take that to the bank.

  • bg


    Toaster802 #91 December 13, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    get with the program, they are Obots
    pretending to be “conservatives”.. 😛


  • bg


    Patty #85 December 13, 2011 at 11:34 am

    aah, that explains the influx of guano droppings..


  • Molon Labe

    I think Ron Paul is crazy. But he is consistent and I know what to expect of him. Then there is Newt. A man who says conservative things and does progressive things. A man who when he had power didn’t do very much to reverse the progressive tide. A man who supported Obama’s agenda though now he attacks those positions he was paid to promote just last year.

    Newt? Bad choice. I’d rather see Ron Paul. Ron Paul is nuts but if it came down to both of these two I know where Ron Paul stands. I have no idea where Newt stands tomorrow, the day after or next week.

  • SM-AZ

    Glenn went off the rails a while back. I really liked him a lot until he got really goofy.

  • Sam

    90. bg, is that what counts as wit in here?

    91. Toaster802 – thank you! Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    92. bg, I think it’s time for you to put your tin foil hat back on and go back to the Paranoid Forest.

  • PhilipJames

    Its obvious to me that Glenn Beck should stick to his core principles and vote for Thomas Jefferson or George Washington. No one else is worthy of his vote.

  • Aaron Z.

    Political Suicide or Sticking to Your Core Principles?


  • ogee

    I refuse to vote for DINO Newt. He makes me sick to my stomach.

    And if you dog Dr Paul you have no clue what he stands for….PERIOD

    He is no differnt than the TP’rs. Educate yourself and stop listening to the meme.

    The Right Scoop argues that voting for Ron Paul is political suicide

    That is right scoops opinion. They are like arseholes….everyone has one. It is NOT political suicide.

  • bg


    Sam #97 December 13, 2011 at 2:21 pm


  • ogee

    I’m with Beck. Newt is putrid and gives me a stomach ache. He’s a RINO.

  • ogee

    Ron Paul is NOT crazy. All the others are crazy. How can you say a thing like that and nothing to back it up with? Stop the lamestream meme about Dr Paul and check him out.

  • Craig
  • ogee

    Let’s be clear about Dr Ron Paul. He will only go to war if someone is threatening USA. He is not going to police the world with drones and have to ask for a downed drone back. Make a note of it.
    He is NOT soft on foreign issues. Meddling into other sovereign countries business is a real threat to USA. Pick a clue.

    Sarah supports him and it would be great if she was in his admin.

    No one is perfect but Newt is wrong for USA. HE’S A LIAR AND A CROOK AS WELL AS ADULTERER.


  • ogee

    speaking of drones…….uhbama GAVE IT TO I’m a dinner jacket…… a christmas gift to Islam.

    No drone crashes in one piece………..

    So you can vote for more of the same or check out Ron Paul. He will be aggressive if need be.

  • Craig

    Israel’s best friend is Ron Paul. Listen to this video, you might learn something. That is of course if you are interested in truth which I doubt very much.

    Ron Paul: Foreign Policy & Israel!

  • ogee

    “Newt is the absolute symbol of the current corrupt system,” a voice over taken from previous news analysis states in an ad. “This guy hasn’t got skeletons in his closets, he’s got a whole graveyard in there,”.

  • vangrungy

    for Ron Paul to achieve what he proposes requires dictatorship..

    but of course, Ron Paul fans don’t care about that fact.. all they care about is forced libertarianism..

    Ron Paul gains support through his threat of ‘independent run’ blackmail..

    In his mind, it’s either Obama destruction or Ron Paul destruction..

    the status quo is not ok.. but Ron Paul does not advocate for the proper way to correct this nation.. Ron Paul advocates for a Ron Paul dictatorship..

    he is almost 80.. Ron Paul has no time for a gradual cultural shift.. Ron Paul is a dead man walking that seeks to force change that the American People will not stand for in it’s current state..

    Ron Paul is out of touch with reality..

  • bg


    ogee #105 December 13, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    yeah, minding our own business that worked
    out well for US with Pearl Harbor, oh wait.. /s/


  • onbe

    #41 Jerry C

    True McCain is a big government guy. He an example is of one of the cogs that need to be disassembled and many more just like him on the left and the right.It would be a disaster to implement Paul’s polices overnight or in the course of four years.

  • Jema

    When was the last time anyone here read the Constitution?!? This is what is destroying our nation… an ignorant citizenry who base their political stances on opinions and indoctrinated information thanks to the mass news media and our dumb-downed school system run by the state.

    Why do you worry about what Glenn Beck says or other pundits. Are you not able to make intelligent decisions for youself? Why are you so stuck in the “Right vs. Left Paradigm”, “Left vs. Right Paradigm” that you can no longer think for yourselves but march along as Lemmings to the tune of your party puppet masters.

    The only thing that will save our country, which is NOT the puppet President of the USA. It will be when its citizens finally study the document–the Constitution–that made them a free people to begin with and then abide by its principles. And then with this correct knowledge and understanding, elect an individual that will promote and defend the Constitution to ensure our liberties and freedoms.

    You are so worried about being nuked by Iran!?!? That you allow your government (Republicans and Democrats EQUALLY guilty) to strip you of your liberties, your rights and dignity… to keep you enslaved through the fear of war propaganda and commit the young men and women of the military (not you of course… just someone else’s kid, you’re not going to fight for this country) to die in some war that was paid for by the Chinese (America is bankrupted and can’t even pay for these wars anymore) because we borrow money from the communist Chinese, to give to unelected dictators in the middle east to help fight these wars in the middle east in the name of “democracy”?!!??

    Do you want to know who the active military supports?

    Ron Paul gets more money from active military than all other Republican candidates COMBINED. He also gets more money than all of them AND Obama combined!!!

    Do you know that our Veterans support him more than all other candidates combined?

    Did you know that Israel has 100s of nuclear weapons and can take care of its self and wipe Israel off the face of the map!

    Did you know that Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu said on the House floor of Congress just a couple of months ago that Israel can defend itself!! and does NOT need American troops.

    Start educating yourselves and not be led about by fear and hate talk. Read the Constitution and make intelligent decisions based on research instead of fearful emotions… “I’m going to get nuked by Iran… ahahahahahhahah”. Oh please… we are really in sad state when we let fears dictate what we will believe.

    Did you know that the USA helped Iran launch their nuclear program back in the 50s?? But they still to this day do not have a nuclear weapon and if they did, Israel would wipe them off the face of the earth, if America would simply butt out of their affairs and stop dictating to them what they should do.

    Did you know that in 1981 Israel took out a nuclear reactor in Iraq? Did you that most of Congress condemned the act at this time except for one man… Ron Paul.