Who will be surprise speaker at RNC?

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There’s a glaring hole in Thursday’s prime time speaking slot labeled ‘To Be Determined’ at the GOP convention. No one knows for sure who it is but rumors are swirling. Clint Eastwood? George Obama? Glenn Beck? Stu & Pat address the rumors on radio today.

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    I have a crazy idea of who it may be…

    Glenn Beck.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_R4AIEWGG3PZ77T4C7QVQSBFXAM Ron

    I hope its Billy Graham or Nancy Reagan or both

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    Both of them would be nice; somehow though I have this hunch of it being Beck.

  • Anonymous

    Think about this a second. Glenn has been out “sick” for two days. Glenn for months now has been calling this the most important election since the American Civil War. Remember Glenn has a lot Tea Party friends that are part of the Republican convention. At least he would give a great speech for the rest of the world to see and listen to. Might be plausible.

  • Anonymous

     Billy Graham is not well enough to travel

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHETWQlwxfg&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Please let it be George Obama. That would be hard for Obama to explain.

  • Anonymous

     They could tell you but then they’d have to….  (you know the rest)  ;-)

  • new2la

    I think I would faint if it were a certain gentleman of a certain nationality. Let’ not surmise….there’s several days that the lousy left has, to make certain that doesn’t happen.

  • new2la

    It could be Sarah….She deserves a place there, like her or not!

  • http://twitter.com/goodbadidiot bienvenido jorajuria

    george w bush.or george h bush? aaaaah noooo it’s william j clinton!!!!

  • Anonymous

    It would be nice to see Franklin Graham, not sure if Billy is able to get there.  George Obama would have alot of light to shed on the ideologies of his brother.

  • Rick Bond

    Dan Cathey, of Chic-fil-A, would be perfect.  He built that.  He lives out his Christian values.  And he believes that marriage is between one man and one woman.

  • http://www.facebook.com/IM1Ashman Matthew Asher

    I would love for it to be Glenn.  However, can you imagine the field day the far left, lame steam media would have?  I can just hear it now….”Romney picks fellow Mormon to give surprise speech.”  OR  “Mormon, Glenn Beck, supports Romney and his religion.”  OR  “One-time Santorum supporter, Glenn Beck, changes his mind and backs fellow Mormon.”  Please do not get me wrong, I support Romney and I have seen Glenn in person and think he is helping to change this country back to where it should be–back to the Constitution and back to God.  However, if he were chosen to speak, Obama, and his reelection mouthpiece, the far left media, would have just one more thing to talk about to try and pursuade the mindless idiots, who may be thinking about voting for Obama and have yet to make up their minds….Minds that are unable to follow logical arguements or are unable to look at the balance in their checkbooks that continue to get smaller and smaller due to Obama’s policies.  If it is Glenn, the RNC delegates will love him, the Republican heirarchy will hate it, and I will be sitting at home with a big smile on my face….feeling like I am in heaven. 

  • Anonymous

    I can’t see Billy Graham trying making that trip.  He’s always tried to be extremely non-partisan. 

  • Anonymous

    What about Ron Paul? That Would Get The Ron Paul Supporters…hummmm..very interesting

  • greywolfrs

    I wouldn’t be so sure that having Ron Paul speak would get his supporters. In fact, I can tell you that there is at least one it wouldn’t matter to….

  • Anonymous

    Maybe Ted Nugent has a new song he wants to premiere.  Or maybe, Hank Williams Jr.?

    Herman Cain?   Allen West?   Oooo, who can he/she be?

  • Anonymous

    Ray, I don’t think it will be Glenn—he’s considered too divisive even though he is a

    good speaker.

  • Anonymous

    Now, that would be interesting, since the Dems are going to be backing gay marriage at

    their convention.   It would be a good contrast, Rick.

  • Anonymous

    A conservative Dem. has already spoken—the former congressman from AL.  Not Paul.

    Doubt that he would say: Vote for Romney— since he considers himself still running.

    So, at this point, ”pat”, it’s still anyone’s guess.         There was a former member of

    Congress, a conservative, who spoke out several years ago—Zell Miller (?)   If he’s

    still around (and is well remembered), maybe him?

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, it won’t be Glenn.  Glenn spends too much time bashing republicans for them to invite him.

  • Anonymous

    billy graham.

  • http://twitter.com/eagle2758 George Washington

    We need to counter the muslim imams who are having prayer, but the Catholics were told they couldn’t have prayer at the Dem convention. Time to get your bacon missles out.

  • new2la

    The base has been energized……Ann Romney hit it out of the park last night.   Arthur Davis is a welcomed conservative to the GOP, and Chris Cristie as usual did what he does best.   Over all, the messages were clear…NMO!
    I can’t wait to hear Paul Ryan speak and for Thursday’s guest speaker…whom ever that may be.   Rush?

  • Anonymous

    A fox commentator came up with interesting comment how bias the left wing news media networks with their slanted  reporting by shunning in not showing minority speakers at RNC ,to make it’s look like a all white party with shill minority for show !!!