Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Dennis Prager Endorses Rudy Giuliani


While I listen to Laura Ingraham's daily non-stop Ingra-hammering and rejection of Rudy Giuliani as the nominee-of-choice, Dennis Prager has come out of the closet, and endorsed the Rude One.

Meanwhile, Fred's "dead".

I'm waiting to send in my absentee ballot, until after Florida.



Hat tip: Hugh Hewitt
Also blogging: Conservatism with Heart

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6 Comments:

Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Fred is gone. I could live with Romney. I could live with Giuliani. Not Huckabee (who is no "guaranteed shot" anymore, anyway, thank goodness) and definitely NOT McCain. My absentee ballot likewise sits on my counter, unchecked. Must return it soon. . .

BZ

Tuesday, January 22, 2008 11:25:00 AM  
Blogger Gayle said...

I don't know who I can live with right now, or not. I'm confused. It took me a long time to decide and now that my man has thrown in the towell, I'm not ready to jump on anyone's bandwagon just yet. All I know is that I will vote Republican. What will I do in the primary? I dunno. I want to be enthusiastic about a candidate, but right now can't work up much enthusiasm for any of them.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008 2:28:00 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

I hope Rudy survives Florida next week so I can vote for him in my primary. Texas doesn't vote until March 4. He has a law firm here in Houston so he has a lot of support locally.

I have stopped listening to Laura lately. It saddens me. I can't take the constant McCain bashing and Rudy bashing. It makes me crazy.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008 6:50:00 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

I have stopped listening to Laura lately. It saddens me. I can't take the constant McCain bashing and Rudy bashing. It makes me crazy.

Karen,

It's been so bad ever since Harriet Miers, that sometimes, I just turn the station and listen to Stephanie Miller. If I want to listen to negativity, and Republican/Bush-bashing, I might as well listen to it from moonbat central.

I'm tired of her talking about "what you the people want", when she doesn't speak for me.

Just tone it down.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008 10:05:00 PM  
Blogger Dee said...

I thought Dennis Prager's article was very good!!!

I've gotten to the point where I can't listen to Laura Ingraham anymore. I stopped listening to her for awhile because of her incessant Bush bashing. I decided to give her another chance the other day, I kid you not, I was listening for less than 5 minutes and she started trashing Bush. Nope, I'm done with Ingraham for a very long time, probably for good. Its not even that she's bashing people I really like such as Bush and Rudy but she is just so negative.

The reason Rush and Sean Hannity are so popular is because they are so optimistic and positive. Who wants to listen to someone who constantly trashes good people on their own side? I now put her a distant second after Michael Savage as a negative talk show host that I have no desire to listen too.

Also, you hit the nail on the head when you said that she doesn't speak for me. Exactly!! I was actually shocked when Rush promoted her book about what the people want. To me it is a book written by a whiner who has no positive solutions.

She came here to KC a couple of months ago and someone tried to give me free tickets. I let them know I had no desire to go see her.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008 10:54:00 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

dee,

You hit the nail on the Ingraham-mer!

She kept me laughing in 2004. Loved the bumper music, the Robert Byrd excerpts to music, etc. But she's become so jaded and negative, it's unappealing radio. Way over-the-top in her criticism.

I was actually surprised the other week, when she mentioned a news story about a high school track athlete who is Muslim and wears a full body suit to cover up, and was told somewhere by an official that she would not be able to compete in that outfit. I thought Ingraham would go into a tirade about how much we bend over backwards for political correctness, multicultural acceptance, and Islam-backwardness, etc. But she was actually sympathetic and reasonable on it, and I thought that was a rare moment of her coming down to earth, a bit, and show a bit of reasoning and common sense instead of demagogued indignation.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008 11:07:00 PM  

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