Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush: Who would you vote for?

On radio this morning, Glenn considered the possibility of a 2016 general election between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton versus former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. While that particular pairing would undoubtedly be progressivism’s dream team, Glenn believes it would result in very few people turning out at the polls. Who would you vote for? Would you vote at all?

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To begin, Glenn asked listeners to picture themselves in August 2016 – and it is not a pretty picture.

“We are coming up on the election… we may be on the brink of real war. Russia is maybe threatening Poland. Things are really starting to fall apart. Things are getting bad in the Middle East… We have more suffering in the United States. Your insurance policies are still going through the roof. The government has no real answer for you. The dollar is getting weaker and weaker. Our debt is now over $21 trillion,” Glenn explained. “And your choice is Hillary Rodham Clinton or Jeb Bush. Who do you vote for? Which one? Honestly. Do you think there is a soul that is getting up and saying, ‘I am so motivated’?”

Glenn, Pat, and Stu were hard pressed to think how anyone would be enthused to cast a vote for another Clinton or Bush. With a combined 20 years in the White House as president of the United States, these two families are political royalty.

Another killer progressive combination would be New Jersey Governor Chris Christie against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Fortunately, Cuomo is still relatively unknown outside of the northeast and Christie’s true colors have emerged.

“Okay, so we have Hillary or Jeb. Hillary or Chris Christie. Hillary or Marco Rubio,” Glenn said. “I don’t even get up to [vote]. It’s Election Day. I don’t care. If those are your two choices, I am campaigning for a libertarian… I’m campaigning for a third party.”

So what races would Glenn be excited about? Any candidate that is able to find a way to incite fear in both the left and right will be able to unite a large portion of the American people.

“If it’s Hillary or Rand Paul, I’m getting in the car and I am voting for Rand Paul. If it’s Hillary and Ted Cruz, I’m voting for Ted Cruz,” Glenn concluded. “I don’t think anyone will go to the polls for the Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush. If those are your two candidates, you watch the turnout. It will be one of the lowest turnouts in American history.”

Front page image courtesy of the AP

  • Anonymous

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  • landofaahs

    3rd party.

  • Anonymous

    NEITHE NE AS THEY ARE INTERTWNED POLITICAL AND PERSONALY! TIME FOR A THIRD PARTY TO BEGIN! THE DUMBO AND RINO PARTIES ARE ONE AND THE SAME!

  • Anonymous

    Ditto!

  • Michelle

    3rd party -

  • Deckard426

    If Hillary’s -ss gets any bigger, Bill will start hitting on her.

  • TheRentschmeister

    3rd Party or neither. No more Progressive Republicans.

  • landofaahs

    Get off Hillary’s butt…I know what you’ll say; “I’m not ready fro a week of walking”.

  • Anonymous

    I’d crawl to the polls on broken glass to vote for Bush to keep Hillary away from the levers of power. I’m not enthused about Bush, so I guess some of us at least are still willing to vote against communism, since I don’t have ranch in Montana to run away and hide at.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72EnfFysPFE Connor

    Can I choose shooting myself because if we get to that point might as well pack it up and watch the country burn.

  • Teresa

    Neither, Their both bad! I wont waste my time.

  • jesusknight

    I would never vote for either one of them.. they are the SAME! What the heck would be the difference??

  • Anonymous

    Not another Bush, for God’s sake! Have we not learned anything from the past? George Bush was a progressive. I do not think Jeb will be a strong leader!
    But, if that is the only choice, I vote for him to keep Hillary out of the White House!

  • Anonymous

    A third party will split the vote and we’ll get another Liberal as a thank you!!!!

  • Anonymous

    One speaks Spanish, the other does not, ha, ha!

  • Becky Krizan

    I will do a write-in for Rand Paul. It worked for Lisa Murkowski – it can work again for true conservatives.

  • Anonymous

    I will not vote RINO again. Romney was the last time and that was a vote AGAINST Obama. We need a third Party.

  • texastruthtweet

    Amen! I am done with both of them!

  • Anonymous

    Then the GOP needs to listen to the people. NO MORE RINOs.

  • Wisdom Seeker

    All Bushes are Progressives.

  • Anonymous

    When one is told to haul @$$,,,she would have to make two trips.

  • Anonymous

    No, your wrong. the democrats and all the dead and illegals will still turn out for Hillary.

  • Anonymous

    Dang it Glenn! That’s not much of a choice! What you’re asking is: Do I prefer to die a slow agonizing death? Or, die a slow agonizing death?
    I’ll take an ink pen into the voting booth to cast my vote for Rand or Ted or my friend Flicka.

  • new2la

    Neither. I’m done with progressive liberals in both parties.

  • new2la

    Does it really matter which one is voted on? They are both cut from the same cloth. If everyone who is either a Conservative or a Libertarian votes a third party we have a better chance of saving our country than voting for Jeb Bush.

  • Anonymous

    Let’s see…vote for either…
    ….the Queen of the Pig People vs. the Man Without a Tan?
    ….I stay home.

  • new2la

    America is already split; Might as well make it official. Imagine sending a clear message if the third party candidate wins?

  • Anonymous

    There is no choice given in that match-up. It would be New World Order 1 v New World Order 2.

  • Steven

    It dosen’t matter who you vote for Hillary will win. How could Obama possibly win again.

  • Anonymous

    Love it: “If it’s Hillary and Ted Cruz, I’m voting for Ted Cruz,” Glenn concluded.” Glenn will vote to violate the Constitution … he should read “President Ted Cruz” …
    Reality — Cruz would not get the nomination and Hillary will probably not run (or will become sick in Office and her VP will take over — reason … it’s in “Death over Life”).

  • Anonymous

    Bill is an oral man,clean teeth will do her better.

  • Anonymous

    Dear RNC: Please do not nominate Jeb Bush. We need to stop this cycle of American royalty. In fact, let’s make a “No Nepotism” law, effective right now. Let’s try to nominate someone who will actually be able to clean up some of this mess. Not to mention someone that will excite voters from the moderates to the hard right. Try to get this right this time!

  • Anonymous

    You’re undoubtedly right about that. Every liberal person I know is just breathless about her.

  • Paul Lukehart

    I would vote for Jeb Bush 1,000 times before I would vote for Hillary.

  • CrapsDealer

    Neither! Anyone but them.

  • Brandee Pierce

    I’ll vote for whoever gets rid of Obamacare or at least make it to where it isn’t “Mandatory” to purchase insurance you can’t afford then fine em for being broke. Sure offer “affordable” insurance and if people can afford it they will buy it…but don’t punish the ppl who can’t for crying out loud, fricken idiot!

  • Anonymous

    Rand Paul – a RINO who is promoting another amnesty for the illegal alien invaders – is NO conservative!!

  • Anonymous

    I’d just about vote for anybody (except Oblamo) to keep Sir Hillary out of that position.

    I still say she looks like the cowardly lion from the ‘Wizard of Oz’, and more so everyday.

  • Anonymous

    If Bill told her to haul A$$, she’d have to make two trips.

  • Anonymous

    I think Jeb Bush is the person we need to be our next President.

  • Anonymous

    I am sorry but I can’t vote for either one of them. Can’t stand Bush with all his liberal ideas and Hillary is a murderer. What choices do we have???

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

    I like Allen West but would vote for Cruz and Paul

  • Soylent Green

    I see a lot of people here would like to see Hillary President by voting for a third party candidate. It would be fitting because that’s exactly how they made Bill President.

  • njpauley

    Ben Carson for President!

  • Chuck Peyton

    this is a no brainer Bush …anyone over clinton

  • Joseph Fedele

    you betcha!

  • lminniear@hotmail.com

    I agree with Gary on this one. It is no contest between these two. People complain about too many Bushes or Clintons, but no one says anything when the 40th Kennedy throws their hat into an election. Jeb Bush is a far better pick.

  • Pieter Lourens

    If someone does not vote if it is between Hillary or Jeb then it is a vote for the Hillary. We should all go an vote for whoever is against Hillary or else we will have a continuation of the present liberal administration. A no vote is as good as a vote for Hillary. We should not let differences between conservatives lead to shooting ourselves in the foot.

  • Antodav

    That would be the most soporific election of my lifetime.

  • Antodav

    The JBS called; they want their hyperbolic demagoguery back.

  • Steve

    It doesn’t matter who we vote for the president will be bought just like Bush & Obama.

  • Paul Tripp

    If former New Mexico governorr Gary Johnson runs as a libertarian again, he’s got my vote.

  • Anonymous

    Neither one is worth me vote. I’ll probly write me own name in.

  • Marlyce Downen

    I wouldn’t vote. I am tired of having to vote for the lesser of 2 evils – neither one is a good fit to lead this country in the right direction

  • B-Funk

    Yep, unless the GOP puts forth a Reagan-type, at the very least, I’m not interested.

  • B-Funk

    And term limits for everyone!

  • B-Funk

    I have serious questions about him. Especially after that amnesty comment. At best, he’s pandering; at worst, he’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing. That needs to be addressed ASAP.

  • Babylonandon

    Write in Ted Cruz … if we get Hitlerina, the Second Civil War can finally start verses having Bush screw us into oblivion for the next Commiecrat who’ll start CW II under worse circumstances.

    I’d rather we get this war started while we still got people who remember what this country was and why we fight (and while I’m still mobile enough to do some damage when they bust down my door and take me out).

  • B-Funk

    I’m not sure I care anymore. Better to shoot us and put us out of our misery than watch another parade of progressive loons from the GOP.

  • B-Funk

    I’m afraid that’s precisely what it’s come down to. :-/

  • v steve

    I wouldn`t vote for either communist. A vote for either one would be just a gender vote.

  • Anonymous

    Rand Paul is probably the only (R) I’d vote for (maybe Cruz or Amash…). Other than that, LP only.

  • Anonymous

    A vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil. Save your knees. It almost always has to get worse before it can get better.

  • ja

    Glenn Beck you gotta be kidding me!! I would break my neck getting in the car just so as to NOT have Hilary in the WH!

  • mighty tegu

    im gonna vote for those policies which has led America to selling our debt to china and outsourcing our jobs to asia( Reagan) as well as those policies which has hindered the acceptance of non white and non hetero americans to the “pursuit of happiness” ( republican regressive Christian trash) or just get smarmy and vote for the policies which turned a surplus ( 2000) into 2 wars ; a housing bubble; medicare part D and a huge deficit and debt plus economic collapse( bush 2)
    ==========================================================
    or maybe I should just praise jeeeesus and vote like all the other white trash aging southern scum (NOTE: im a self employed middle aged white guy in south florida)

  • mighty tegu

    ted cruz?? great choice there— shutdown govt and rail against healthcare without any alternative
    ………………………. great choice

  • mighty tegu

    ya mean the regressive white trash scumbag religious voodoo losers who say jeeeeesus hates blacks and gays and abortion? those scumbags? listen to them?
    lemme know

  • William Evans

    The end game is the same. One ends sooner than the other. Choose your poison if it comes to these two, for both will kill America. Then when the smoke clears, we the people will rebuild. Better, Stronger, Wiser.

  • The Bechtloff

    Well I guess Jeb Bush is better than Hillary, but only in the way that catching herpes is better than catching AIDS. Both are terrible, one is simply far worse.

  • don dunlap

    For the 1st time in 42 years I would not vote… Both of them are bad for this country.. I’m tired of aving to pick the less f 2 evils…

  • John Flickinger

    Is this a common core question? The answer is I would make a rueben sandwich.

  • Kerry M Adams

    I would either vote libertarian or i will not vote.

  • Curtis Walker

    Who led us into 3 wars, 2 over oil and the largest fastest deficits ever ? I don’t think it was a Clinton !!

  • Anonymous

    I would never vote for Hillary but I certainly would like to vote for someone other than JB.

  • Anonymous

    Is this a trick question???……………
    Of course Jeb Bush, I’d also like to see him pick Marco Rubio as VP, if he makes the Primaries.

  • jen

    gary – you are a very good tea partier – always loyal to your gop masters. yes, you will give their wicked game power by voting for them. in your slave mind, you think bush and Hillary are enemies and bush is out there fighting Hillary to save you.
    you are sufficiently enthused about anyone in bush/rino family. yeah bush family is against communism so they push amnesty hard, left open borders, and refused to ever repay debt – now in your eyes as a conservative makes someone worthy to bow down to and make your Master.

  • jen

    Tea Partiers believe the vote should always be for the vote of the 2 lesser evils – no joke.
    It won’t get better – point of no return just about. If it does get better, it certainly won’t have much to do with tea partiers that already are saying that bush family is anti-communist and are fighters against Hillary.

  • Bill Fleming

    Agree. Vote for a Libertarian. If the put up Jeb vote Gary Johnson. Hopefully they will put up Rand Paul. The dems will come out in droves to vote the criminal Hillary into office. I have been saying it for months and I will say it again. Get ready for Hillary in the Whitehouse come Jan 2017. I wish I will be wrong but I won’t be. :-(

  • jen

    Tea Partiers here have already disagreed with you vehemently here. they will pounce on anyone who says r = d and that bush was ‘bought’. With the # of upvotes Gary has received, they stated they believe bush family are fighters against communism and are not commies themselves like Hillary.
    Idiots – bush and Hillary are pals.

  • jen

    Whew – finally a sane person. Most others are writing on how we need to vote for bush family again as one of the options to fight Hillary. Yeah – tea partiers are out there pushing people to say they will definitely vote for bush just as they voted in Romney.
    voting for bush family in face of Hillary is serving evil. voting for Hillary is that same evil. tea partiers think that voting for bush family makes them morally sound.

  • jen

    Haha – you make any sane person laugh. As if RNC is whom you bow down and report to. Idiot – RNC is not your friend like you are writing.
    RNC is going to do whatever it wants to do. Slave – why don’t you start doing what you want to do, instead of writing that you are at the mercy of RNC.
    You mean the right person is Romney!

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been reading The Blogs all over the place, and I’ve come to give this message.
    “SUPER MAN” is not real, so it’s time for “WE THE PEOPLE” to come out of our; “FAIRY TALE LAND” and start looking for “QUALIFICATIONS” in our candidates.
    I’m not talking about how many jokes the candidate can tell while campaigning or how wide his or her smile is, or even what color he or she is, I’m talking “QUALIFICATIONS”…………….
    There are plenty of Excellent GOP Candidates, who are working tirelessly for a better “AMERICA”, but if The Republicans and Independents are going to demonize everyone who steps forward, before looking at their actual “WORKING RESUME”, then we are already “DEFEATED” and The Democrats will win again.
    I still keep remembering The 2012 Elections and how 3 million Republicans stayed home and refused to vote, all because their favorite Primary Candidate didn’t win.
    IT WAS A SURE WIN FOR OBAMA AND THE DEMOCRATS.
    EVERY TIME YOU PEOPLE “DEMONIZE”, THINK ABOUT WHAT THIS COUNTRY WILL LOOK LIKE AS A “SOCIALIST / COMMUNIST” COUNTRY, because that’s exactly where we are going in The Democrats hands.

  • jen

    Aha – now that is one true liberty lover. most tea partiers/conservatives/ ron paul republicans will get very angry if you say their rino masters are from the same cloth as dems. they write here that bush family is a good enough vote that will fight communism and do the flip opposite of Hillary.

  • jen

    Stop lying, NOW! You are saying for god’s sake, let’s have another bush. you just want a progressive in the house – but you want it to be one of your masters and not the other progressive.
    if it is the only choice is wicked thinking so early before the game begins. you are the type that made Romney the gop nominee over any conservative. tea partiers made Romney gop nominee by saying ‘if that is the only choice’ during primaries.

  • jen

    Your Master Bush is proud of you.

  • jen

    cruz fans don’t want alternatives, they just wan to cry wolf and make false pretenses. talk, but don’t walk is tea party motto.

  • Rob Grilli

    This is a tuff one f or m e as well, I
    would vote Satan before I voted for Hiillary, but Job Bush just isn’t gonna do it. For all their faults, I still have tremendous respect for the Bush family, as I am still convinced they both, father and son, meant well for the country, and not just their own personal wanderlust. Christie still intrigues me, although some of the luster has worn off, I think he is still a good choice. I would nothing more then to see a hardcore, staunch conservative like a Reagan get in, but I don’t think the country being as fractured as it is, would support a Ted Cruz, or Rand Paul. There isn’t enough time to get real support for a legit 3rd party. All that would accomplish is guarantee a Hillary victory, and that is just unacceptable.

  • Anonymous

    LOL! I have no idea what that post is supposed to mean. How absurd and rude.

  • Guest

    Hillary will be in the WH if the conservatives split the party vote.

  • Guest

    We need to keep more Socialists from getting into the WH. Hillary is a Socialist, Jeb is not, but hopefully it will be someone other than Jeb. In the meantime, we can work at continuing to take the Republican party over.

  • Anonymous

    No vote

  • Bill Fleming

    Trust me she will be in there regardless ,and guaranteed if the GOP puts up Jeb. So vote for your Bush cause that is such a good choice. LOL

  • Anonymous

    Jen, you did not read my post right. Do you need explaining?
    I said:” NOT ANOTHER BUSH”. I only would vote for him, if that would be the only choice on a Republican ticket, instead of voting for a Democrat. Don’t get upset about nothing. I do not like progressives and hope the Republican party will clean up their act soon, or they will be toast. People, including me are tired of all the RINOS! Are you feeling better? And why did you call me a liar?

  • Anonymous

    I’d just write in Ted Cruz

  • Anonymous

    The Republican choices are why the Democrats are feeling pretty confident about Hillary. A third party would obviously fracture republican votes, like Ron Paul did. Ted Cruz? Don’t assume the majority of the country is with him. Did you see the results of his Obamacare pole ( http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-ted-cruz-20140331,0,6549069.story#axzz2xvLtLjpT )? Face it, Hillary can get the votes. She’ll shine in debates because she knows her subjects completely and never hesitates. If not Clinton, Cuomo is a very smart man.

  • Dee Cooper

    A third party might not be the right answer because it would split the vote between a Republican candidate and the third party candidate and the Democrats would benefit. They probably hope that is what happens. I would not like vote Rhino again either but anything would be better than Hillary.

  • Fat Lip

    Come-On do you really still believe your vote is counted.
    The stock market is real to .
    Grand Illusion ?

  • NPC

    T agree with you. I think it’s a deliberate ploy to get people crazily upset whereby many people will not vote period. That would be absolutely the wrong course of action, it would be the same outcome as voting third party. Remenber politics are absolutely the dirtiest game on the planet. None of us know what has been planned behind closed doors, nor do we know what demons lurk in the heart of a politician.
    The entire Bush family and their political machine that the country has no desire for a 3rd Busch. They know it and we know it, that’s why I don’t trust this AT ALL.

    And Jebb knows it, but what will he gain from going through this scenario? And God forbid if we get a Shillary!

  • NPC

    I have not heard that mentioned, coming from the Tea Party.

  • Mark Pompeo

    God, I hope Ted Cruz doesn’t get the nomination. I have such a strong dislike of Ted Cruz that I would probably vote Democrat instead of Libertarian if he’s the Republican nominee.

  • Guest

    I’ve read many of the comments here, and it concerns me that we are so divided. And within these comments here, people are identifying themselves as Republicans, Libertarians, Tea Partiers, etc. and quibbling about our differences.
    Glenn, my brother, with all due love and respect, you yourself said, in a reflective moment, how you felt bad about dividing people, instead of uniting them. I see this conversation as more divisive than anything else.
    Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush?
    First off, I don’t believe that anyone with the last name of Bush will ever be president in this country again. Even if that person had no relationship to the political Bush family. Let’s face it, Americans are done with the Bush’s.
    Some on here have claimed if there is no candidate they like, they simply won’t vote. I understand the sentiment, but if you do not vote, then don’t complain about the election results. Except for the liberal trolls on here, no one is happy about having Obama as president – I think we can all agree on that.
    Romney certainly was not my first choice. But ultimately, the race came down to him or Obama. I believe we would we be better off today with Romney. I could be wrong about that one, but I don’t think so. And I’m pretty sure conservatives would agree. We know that a lot of conservatives simply did not vote – and voter apathy kills.
    The biggest fans of the 3rd party concept are democrats – because they know it divides conservatives, and that means more of Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and their socialist ilk.
    I want a Rand Paul, or a Ted Cruz as much as any of you. How do we come together as a group of conservatives – all of us – Republicans, Regan Republicans, Libertarians, Tea Partiers…I believe we agree on a lot more things than we disagree.

  • Anonymous

    Cruz lead the shutdown and opposes Obamacare, both of which the public strongly disagree with him on.

  • Harry Raynack

    It’s time for house and senate term limits, its time for a third party..

  • Guest

    Sadly, that was very well stated.

  • Guest

    Exactly correct! Dividing the conservative vote with a 3rd party will guarantee victory for left wing progressives. We have to get past our differences as conservatives and unite together. People forget that Hillary is an Alinsky radical.

  • Anonymous

    Definitely!

  • Anonymous

    The government depends on the apathy of the people. Dhimmicrats have learned they can buy votes. If they weren’t there is no way the low-information voters would show up. They only care about how much more they will get from the government if they vote Democratic. So be it Tea Party, Republican, Third Party, Libertarian – we need someone on the ticket with a backbone and a plan. And come November we need to get rid of a lot of the lemmings in Congress now.

  • Anonymous

    If it’s Bush vs Clinton then I’m voting for a fifth of Jack Daniels on 11/8/16. Twice, or how ever many times it takes to pass out.

  • Wild pop

    Northern born.

  • Patricia Odneal Loewen

    No, not excited about that, but I would vote for anyone to hopefully keep Hillary Clinton from being elected.

  • Starland sound

    Trey Gowdy, or even Scott Walker… heck maybe even Palin, but not so much anyone else.

    and dont bother with “what about cruz?” he seems like a good guy, and he’s also foreign born.

  • Starland sound

    no way people are going to vote for the RINO backside of the democrat coin again… enough of this choosing between the liberal and the democrat for president.

  • Starland sound

    Don’t know what planet your from but A. that’s obamas Pravda pushing the “republican” shutdown narrative.

    and B. most Americans (FACT) do not want Ocommiecare… even if we like our doctors and we can keep our doctors.

    Now, that being said, Ted seems like one of the better guys out there, but he is FOREIGN born and is in NO WAY “Natural born” and therefor not illegible for the office.

  • Anonymous
  • robert moore

    sad part is………. one of em will still end up president…..if that were the two choices………….

  • ZeroDarkThirty

    Neither would get my vote. Especially Hillary Clinton.

  • Ron Grimes

    jeb

  • Anonymous

    none of the above

  • AccountantCas

    I wouldn’t vote for either one.

  • Progressive Nitwit

    I’ll chose suicide rather than vote for either of these two useless bastards. I hope they both meet their demise before the election.

  • women 99

    Jen
    who said that ou. WE CAN WRITE IN A AME R. PAUL T CRUZ BUT NOT
    NOT JEB BUSH

  • women 99

    you sound like a liberal Do you eve know someone in the Tea Party. Like me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • women 99

    YOU ARE A STUPID DEMOCRaP

  • women 99

    Jeb here in Florida wanted immigration passed his wife is from Columbia

  • women 99

    Diggur
    EVER TIME I get a letter from RNC asking for money I send them a letter back without money telling them NOT BUSH NOT CHISTIE BUT A TRUE CONSERVATIVE Or I WILL VoTE DEM

  • women 99

    je n is a democrap
    jen is a democrap
    jen is a democrap TROLL

  • Cal Murphy

    Well I’d vote for the Libertarian running. http://www.lp.org

  • Kyle Sewell

    Ross Perrot

  • jen

    Tea Party writes it everyday. Constantly saying how we need to vote for Bush to beat Hillary and how Bush are defenders of communism, hence tea partiers should for vote for Bush versus Bush’s friend Hillary.

  • jen

    Hillary will be in the WH if conservatives continue to show their RINO love thru McCain/Romney. Conservatives are looking for the next Romney – so they take Romney’s pal Jeb Bush.

  • jen

    You wish. You want to please Bush, so you want everyone to be the Bush/Obama system of only dem or republican. Sorry, I am not a slave like you.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Please give us a real choice. Between Bush and Clinton is not a choice – one is as bad as the other and that’s a fact. Barbara Bush had it right when she said that there has to be more than two families in the US that can run the country. Neither one of those two is worthy or capable of restoring this nation to health after 8 years of progressive manipulation and mismanagement.

  • Bill Tilghman

    He is an American citizen because he was born to an American mother – that makes him a citizen and not naturalized or an immigrant. It is a technical fine line, but then we had the same arguments about McCain and Obama. Since he was an American at birth he is legally qualified to run for the presidency.

  • Bill Tilghman

    You are as ridiculous as ever, Landree. Oh, and for the record it is a poll, not a pole.

    Clinton will never be president, and Cuomo? You have to be eating the magic mushroom salad to believe anyone but a downstate New Yorker would vote for that fool, especially after his little tantrum about throwing conservatives out of New York state. Andrew has no shot.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Obama is responsible for the shutdown – he engineered it and left the Republicans with no choice but to disagree with him. That shutdown didn’t hurt anyone, but you dimwits keep on thinking that it was effective. The public polls have consistently been against Obamacare since last October and it gets worse every day. Isn’t it about time you sobered up?

  • Bill Tilghman

    Both shills for the liberal left wing. You really need to try harder than that. On second thought you should quit because you are never going to find anything that supports your stupid claims. Reality is a hard thing to overcome and you are drowning in it.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Clinton set the stage just like Obama has; weak foreign policy, gutting the military, leaving us vulnerable to the enemy. Clinton gave the Chinese missile guidance system technology, sent troops into Mogadishu without armored vehicles, ran a high altitude and ineffective bombing campaign in Serbia, among other disasters. I think we have seen quite enough of the amateur hour antics of democrats to last us for the next 100 years.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Please get your facts straight. Cruz didn’t shut anything down, and this health care insurance scam is the worst. We HAD the world’s best health system despite what the democrats claim – why do you think foreign dignitaries all come here to get surgery and cancer treatment???

    Obama and Harry Reid own the shutdown and you and the other liberals who fail to understand that are fools.

  • Bill Tilghman

    You know squat about the tea party.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Roger that. Killary is never going to be a choice for people with any reasoning ability. After all, she did such a lousy job as Secretary of State she had to fake a concussion and hide out on a world tour instead of facing the music in Congress over that Benghazi fiasco! “What difference does it make?!? ” Well, it makes all the difference. The fact she had that tantrum to cover her rear when the hard questions came proved to me she has no business being in command of anything, much less being president.

    We had enough Clinton to last the country for a few hundred years – we barely survived the first one.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Not to mention Obama.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Better him than witchiepoo.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Not to mention witless as well…

  • Bill Tilghman

    You must be the single most simpleminded fool in the democrat party.

  • Bill Tilghman

    I see no support for your claims about the tea party. Trolls never do have any facts to back them up, that is how we know who the trolls are.

  • Bill Tilghman

    You are a true moron. Congrats on that, hope it works out for you. Hint; If it is raining, don’t look up with your mouth open for too long.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Reagan types are in short supply.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Jen is a troll from some left wing group, that is why she called you a liar. I wouldn’t take it personally, to them calling a conservative a liar is like calling a conservative a racist or a homophobe. Like water off a duck’s back…

  • Bill Tilghman

    Can you be more of an idiot libtard, Jen? I don’t think so.

  • Bill Tilghman

    No she doesn’t. Hasn’t got the faintest clue about the tea party but is a self appointed expert – like all the stupid liberals.

  • Bill Tilghman

    You are a slave if you are a democrat.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Right… don’t you ever get tired of being a fool?

  • Bill Tilghman

    You are a stupid one. That one comment you posted here made it easy for everyone to ignore your lame BS line. Thanks for the assist.

  • Joseph Kerns

    I will stay home again thank you. The reason the rinos do not have the white house is because they cannot choose a candidate. When we start voting republicans out of office is when we have some kind of chance.

  • Lancey

    If the Republican party splits and a faction runs a third party candidate like a Libertarian , then the Democrat in the race will probably win with a split vote. Remember this happened with George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton race with H Ross Perot as the spoiler and Clinton winning.

  • Bob Krammar

    PLEASE!!! NO MORE BUSH’S OR CLINTON’S..!!!!

  • Pegasus999

    Neither. I’m writing in Trey Gowdy.

  • Anonymous

    I’d vote for a Cocker Spaniel that wasn’t a democrat.

  • Dawn Miller

    I will become an illegal alien in Australia.

  • Guest

    After a lifetime of being a Democrat and seeing evils of the “Business Party”, you can imagine my horror when i turned around and saw exactly what my party had turned into.
    Both sides are acting like there is a seperation between the 2 when there isn’t. The Oligarchs have controlled our nations politics since the industrial revolution and have maintained there stranglehold since.
    Banks run wild then get bailed out with the peoples money, as they give themselves raises.The MIC (Military Industrial Complex) is owned by those same oligarchs and have been slowly sucking the people dry while they build stripmalls in afghanastan and iraq. This is a “not so funny” Joke. And now its become obvious that the supreme court is suffering from the same corruption. If they were audited and charged for Accepting bribes they would just be found not guilty and things would continue as usual. Screw Democrats and repubicans. 2 different sides of the same damn coin.
    I think we need to move to a system similar what the greek Spartans used. At the end of a kings 2 year term they were judged on there performace and delbt

  • Guest

    After a lifetime of being a Democrat and seeing evils of the “Business
    Party”, you can imagine my horror when i turned around and saw exactly
    what my party had turned into.
    Both sides are acting like there is a
    seperation between the 2 when there isn’t. The Oligarchs have
    controlled our nations politics since the industrial revolution and have
    maintained there stranglehold since.
    Banks run wild then get bailed
    out with the peoples money, as they give themselves raises.The MIC
    (Military Industrial Complex) is owned by those same oligarchs and have
    been slowly sucking the people dry while they build stripmalls in
    afghanastan and iraq. This is a “not so funny” Joke. And now its become
    obvious that the supreme court is suffering from the same corruption. If
    they were audited and charged for Accepting bribes they would just be
    found not guilty and things would continue as usual. Screw Democrats and
    repubicans. 2 different sides of the same damn coin.
    I think we
    need to move to a system similar what the greek Spartans used. At the
    end of a kings 2 year term they were judged on there performance and
    dealt accordingly. tyrants were put to death. If we began judging our politicians in the same way i bet you the corruption would die real quick.

  • Guest

    After a lifetime of being a Democrat and seeing evils of the “Business
    Party”, you can imagine my horror when i turned around and saw exactly
    what my party had turned into.
    Both sides are acting like there is a separation between the 2 when there isn’t. The Oligarchs have controlled our nations politics since the industrial revolution and have maintained there stranglehold since.
    Banks run wild then get bailedout with the peoples money, as they give themselves raises.The MIC (Military Industrial Complex) is owned by those same oligarchs and have been slowly sucking the people dry while they build stripmalls in
    Afghanistan and Iraq. This is a “not so funny” Joke. And now its become
    obvious that the supreme court is suffering from the same corruption. If
    they were audited and charged for Accepting bribes they would just be
    found not guilty and things would continue as usual. Screw Democrats and
    Republicans. 2 different sides of the same damn coin.
    I think we need to move to a system similar to what the greek Spartans used. At the end of a kings 2 year term they were judged on their performance and
    dealt
    accordingly. Tyrants were put to death. If we began judging our
    politicians in the same way i bet you the corruption would die real
    quick.

  • rod

    there will also be an independent running and with any luck a libertarian.

  • Guest

    You can’t be sure about that, but strategy says that if you want to defeat the foe, vote with the strength that opposes it. That means go with the most popular candidate.

  • Guest

    Yeah – not good.

  • Guest

    You are off the mark by a lot.

  • Bill Fleming

    You must be right since Romney crushed Obama in 2012. SMH

  • Judy Evans

    I’d just as soon vote for Mickey Mouse, as for either of them.

  • Anonymous

    Would not vote–same if Christi is the nominee. Would vote 3rdparty or write in a candidate

  • Ruby Henderson

    NO NOT Hillary, Jeb would be the better one, even tho he needs help with those crossing the border! Maybe he didn’t think the question over long enough!!! But there is one thing for SURE we don’t want Hillary she will be worse than Obama and we see what we are getting with Obama!!!

  • Jack Van Gorder

    Reagan was the genesis for the Tea Party. That’s his legacy and it ain’t pretty !!!!

  • Jack Van Gorder

    Thank God.

  • Jack Van Gorder

    Yeh. Let the public pay for your health care. Stick every one else so you don’t have to buy any insurance. You can do that but I wouldn’t advertise it nor gripe about it.

  • Jack Van Gorder

    Bill, take your meds.

  • Jack Van Gorder

    Don’t make jokes. Only lobotomized people would vote for West.

  • Anonymous

    I wouldn’t vote for Bush nor Clinton. If the GOP goes with Bush it will be a sure sign of sabotaging the election. We need someone who is not only a true patriot and conservative but is also not afraid to speak out against tyranny and will not be bought and paid for by the Soros and Bilderbergs.

  • Anonymous

    I believe you pulled this out of thin air. I’ve never heard the Tea Party say anything of the sort. You’re a liberal in sheep’s clothing trolling on here.

  • Anonymous

    She must be Pelosi’s ghostwriter – same mentality.

  • Guest

    Romney didn’t win because people split off – which makes my point.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Instead of presenting a factual response – which you cannot because what I said is absolutely true – you advise drug consumption? I think you have too many intoxicants in your blood stream already.

    You need rehab.

  • Bill Tilghman

    I suppose you prefer being lied to and forced compliance from your president. I prefer those who actually preserve and protect The Constitution, and who can read it and understand what it says.

  • Meri Justus

    Hillary for President

  • Bill Fleming

    Actually he didn’t win because the GOP put up a crappy candidate. Just like it looks like they may do for the 2016 race.

  • rore73

    Neither is the best answer I can think of – It would be time for Petraus or Colin Powell to step up.

  • Anonymous

    I will vote for anyone but Clinton.

  • Anon Ymous

    NONE of the Above

  • Harold Rehling

    None of the above. Don’t get me wrong, Jeb was a good Governor … probably the best we’ve had in Florida since I was old enough to want to pay attention. I voted for him twice, but I DO NOT want to see another Bush in the White House any more than I want to see Hillary there.

  • Harold Rehling

    People would not have split off had the GOP not changed the rules and Ron Paul got the nomination he earned.

    And make no mistake, Ron was the ONLY Republican with a chance of beating Obama in ’12. Just as Rand is the only Republican with a chance of beating Hillary.

    So, if Hillary does run, and if you want to keep her out, vote right in the primaries.

  • Tom Shea

    You’re an idiot.

  • Guest

    That’s your opinion.
    If people didn’t split off and vote third party or write in, and if people who were unhappy with the majority conservative didn’t stay home and pout because their guy didn’t get the nomination, and had voted for the party choice, Obama would never have been re-elected.

  • Bill Fleming

    I agree 100%, The GOP is terrified of Ron Paul and will thwart him at every turn even if it means sending Ovomit back in to destroy our country.

  • Bill Fleming

    Yes it is my opinion, very astute of you to recognize it as such.

    I agree that many may have split off and wrote in or voted for a third party candidate, but maybe the GOP should figure out that they are not offering the leadership or direction that the people want.

    I hated to vote for Romney but did so to avoid having Obama go back in to destroy our country for another 4 years. I have to tell you I do not think Romney would have been much better.

    Too bad the GOP was too terrified to put up a solid candidate such as Ron Paul or we may have actually taken Obama out at only 4 years of destruction. Now that the Liberals have had the top office for an additional 4 years they have been able to sink their claws deeper into the low info voters. These voters are now more than ever dependent on entitlements to survive and as I predicted in earlier comments Hillary is a shoe in because of these idiot voters wanting to preserve their free ride.

    Honestly is is so messed up I am not sure the GOP could find a candidate that could beat Hillary.

    Trust me the whole idea of having Hillary in the Whitehouse makes me even more disgusted than Obama’s election to a second term.

  • Anonymous

    Between the 2 ?? Deputy Dog,,, start a write in campaign.

  • Guest

    The thought of Hillary as POTUS turns my stomach not just because she is a Socialist, but because I know her history of lies and deceit – going back to when she was Hillary Rodham during the Nixon impeachment..

  • Bill Fleming

    Agree 100%, but just because you and I find it nauseating does not mean it won’t happen. If she gets in I bet it will be a 2 term stint as well! Just think of it, it will almost be 20 years of socialist rule in America. I guess if crap is going to hit the fan that will surely be the catalyst.

  • Guest

    That is the danger – 20 yrs of socialistic policies being dumped on the USA. Trying to remedy the damage after that would be overwhelming.

  • Bill Fleming

    Probably irreversible. In fact it may already be too late. :-(

  • Guest

    Not really.

  • Nichole Hanley Foote

    lmao how quickly ppl forget about the regan iran contra or how he ignored the aids problem for 7-8 years while tons of americans died bc he felt it was god punishing them…………. how blind we have become to see that regan echonomics didnt work its part of our problem today……

  • Bill Tilghman

    Who brought that up? I suppose you have a point in bringing up history that occurred before you were born, but unfortunately for those of us who were adults then we know differently than what you are trying to allude to.

    This isn’t about Reagan, or any of that other stuff, and your history is definitely not from having experienced that time. You have apparently digested all the liberal bias that the profs at your college can shovel your way. Too bad it doesn’t have any basis in what actually occurred.

    How about this; you don’t talk about things that you don’t know about, and I will not mention Carter or Clinton.

  • Nichole Hanley Foote

    I brought up Reagan in responce to someone saying we need another one. but please allow me to address your comment. I find it very interesting you feel that if someone wasn’t there to experience it they shouldn’t talk about it because they don’t know about it. I doubt that apply’s to people that agree with you. To assume i digest liberal bias again is a interesting point of view. I get my information from history, from documentation, from interviews with his own family, oh and from FACTS!!!! for example FACT1 He ignored the A.I.D.S epidemic do to his own personal beliefs until his friend Rock Hudson died. FACT2 He should have been charged and impeached for IRAN-CONTRA. FACT3 Tripledown or Reagan economic’s whichever you want to call it don’t work as we see clearly. now for your little comment about me not talking about things i don’t know about. If we went by your beliefs no one could talk about any history because we weren’t there! I’m gonna take a leap here and guess you missed the commonsense train. you can speak about Carter and Clinton all you like i was to young to vote for them lol…. but i did vote for Bush Jr. twice so how does that apply to your assumed views of my political beliefs ? Basically your comment is ignorant and arrogant! If we don’t research previous presidents and the history of all rulers thew out time we are doomed to repeat the past. also im not in nor have i ever been in college. hmm so far not thing about me you assumed has held water. To clearify i consider myself a centrist. But by all means continue you are only going to further my point that people are blindly using Reagan before looking into the history.

  • Nichole Hanley Foote

    Forced compliance lol you mean like the the drug war started by Reagan ? lol Please name some that didnt go against the constitution ? also here is a wee taste or your Reagan http://prorev.com/reagan.htm no not where i get all my info but just something i found funny….

  • Bill Tilghman

    First, He was not MY Reagan. Perhaps you should learn something about making judgments about people you don’t know before doing so.

    Forced compliance is passing an egregious law in the dark of night without any attempt to gain some support from the opposing party, on a holiday and using it to make people purchase an insurance policy they don’t want or don’t need. That law is an abomination. It has nothing to do with the war on drugs, nor does the ACA compare in any way to the limited amount of expense that the war on drugs has cost. The ACA is going to cost you and your contemporaries for many years, long after I am gone. It is for my daughters and their children and their peers that I feel a good many of you will never experience financial success. There will be no chance of you having a home or being able to retire when the time comes because you will have had to pay so much money for health insurance costs that were driven up by the ACA.

    I actually have sympathy for young people. This president and his political cronies have stolen your money before you have had a chance to earn it.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Your lack of knowledge of history is what I was referring to. I find your posts typify most of the young college aged people who use the education they have received to discuss the past, and most of that education was molded by liberal bias. There is a lot of anti-conservative disinformation about that era that is now being disseminated by the educational system, and it does the youth a disservice. I am not being critical of you personally, it is your references that I disagree with.

    You seem like a very nice and an intelligent person. Don’t let the politics in today’s media and education misinform you.

    I never meant to imply you shouldn’t talk about the history of this country, but be skeptical of popular opinions being substituted for actual events and facts. The last 20 years have been driven by opinion and by the repetition of propaganda in order to create a false history, with an agenda designed to keep people ignorant of the real history.

    Just keep in mind that some of us who live through the times you are curious about have a different understanding than what many modern sources will desire to impart to you. There are many silver tongued devils along the path of life.

  • Mushtaq

    Mushtaq Dean
    Certainly for Hillary. It is a time to favor the candidate on the basis of qualities not on the basis that you like his / her personality. Jeb has an experience of administration only, an asset not strong enough to hold the reigns of tremendously large country —USA.
    Moreover, within the family, he faces some sort of distasteful environment. His mother has shown lack of interest toward his 2016 plan. Barbara Bush, daughter of GWB, has delivered her wholehearted support to Hillary Clinton for 2016 competition (Mail August 14,2013).
    Most painfully, Jeb faces a severe disgust of public shown towards the reputation of GWB, a former president from the Bush family.
    His limited exposure on the international stage darkens his prospect.
    Winning a nomination is a tough test for him, and more tough is his collision with Hillary Clinton in the final phase who has rendered him wretched in the recent opinion polls.
    She enjoys a respectful worldwide recognition and her position as the first lady, Senator, and Secretary of State make her invincible. One thinking of clashing with her political structure needs to make mountainous efforts, not possible for Jeb at least.

  • Questions

    Neither, I hate the Bushes and I can’t stand Hillary.

  • Questions

    @BillTilghman:disqus Trickle Down Enconomics? Yeah right!
    Btw I was there and felt it’s effects and I was dumb enough to for Bush because he said “Read My Lips, No New Taxes” and how about that “Giant Sucking Sound Going South?”
    Eff Clinton and Eff Bush.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Are you attributing that Trickle Down Enconomics reference to me? If so, please point out where I said anything about that.

    I would prefer we had other choices to vote for, so I find this entire situation being posed here unacceptable. If these were the only two choices I would choose Bush over Clinton, but I prefer to think we have enough time left before 2016 to get viable candidates.

    The fact is the US has been forced to choose the lesser of evils in elections for 100 years or more. There is no such thing as the perfect candidate, because the party structure will not get behind anyone who isn’t willing to compromise their personal integrity enough to go along with the party agenda. Those people never get off the starting blocks.

    All I can tell you is this – this isn’t the country I grew up in, and it certainly does not resemble the one I swore to defend during my military service. I just thank God that there are still 2% of our population who will serve and protect this country, without them we would cease to exist as a free nation.

  • Questions

    I will not vote for either one, both suck, Clinton just a fraction of a fraction more.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Fine by me.

  • john lips

    RAND PAUL 2016!

  • Dino

    I’d write in Ron Paul and pray for the country.

  • Michael Rice

    I would have to be talked into voting.

    Once I was talked into it, I would cast a write in vote, most likely for “Enough already”, “I can’t take it” or “Hell no”.

    It has come to that point.

  • Anonymous

    History has been rewritten by the liberal agenda. If you weren’t there, all you know is the garbage the liberals have filled the country with. You know nothing, only because you have been lied to, and history has been falsified

  • Michael Rice

    How said it is that you all ignore the IRS, Benghazi, Fast and Furious and all of Clinton’s problems. Any of those dwarf any issues Reagan had.

    AIDS? Seriously…a 100 percent preventable disease is your biggest issue.

    I’d rather ignore AIDS than four Americans being murdered in Libya.

  • Michael Rice

    Or like Obama seemingly forgetting to close Gitmo or continuing and starting new wars..??

  • Michael Rice

    Nope, anyone who covers up murders by her husband, allows him to cheat and then covers up murders and other crimes by Obama is far worse……but the lessor of two evils is still evil

  • Michael Rice

    Nope, I refuse to vote for the lessor of two evil and that is what BUsh is.

    If everyone who claims to be a Republican would demand and vote for true Republicans this wouldn;t happen..

  • Michael Rice

    Then don’t put BUsh out there as a candidate….problem solved.

  • Michael Rice

    Pout? That’s idiotic and juvenile. Voting for who the party tells you to vote for is one of the biggest issue in this country.

    I refuse to vote for someone I don’t think will make a good President just because the party picks him.

    The lessor of two idiots is still an idiot.

  • Anonymous

    So you would prefer Killary, over anyone of lessor evil. People like you are why we have Obama and why we will have Hillary

  • Michael Rice

    You’re an idiot. Obama would destroy us and Romney would only be slightly better so you endorsed Romney.

    Sheep like you, who keep voting for liberal lites are the problem.and the reason the party is becoming mroe and mroe liberal.

    The see people like you helping them narrowly miss elections and they think the answer is to appeal to more moderates..as in become more to the left.

    You are just like the parents who say that it’s no big deal their kids get drunk every weekend, since, at least, they aren’t doing drugs.

  • Michael Rice

    Conservatives have put up with RINO candidates long enough. It doesn’t work. They won’t win.

    Here is an idea. How about the RINO voters switch spots with us and vote for a true conservative.

  • Anonymous

    The Republicans welcome President Hillary Clinton. Good=bye America

  • njpauley

    I would write in Ben Carson!

  • Bill Fleming

    I am confused by your comment. It sounds like you wanted me to not vote for Romney with the logic that I gave that vote to Obama. I guess I could have voted for a 3rd party candidate and give the election to Obama that way. So how is it I am being a sheep again?
    Who would you have voted for in 2012 to prevent the looney Obama to get back in the Whitehouse? Who was the conservative candidate in 2012 that was up against Romney and Obama that would of had a chance to defeat either of them?

  • Glenn Wolf

    It’s “Reagan” and it “economics”. Forgive me if I don’t take your comments seriously when you cannot even spell what you are commenting on.

  • Anonymous

    Between the 2 I would vote Jeb. But Jeb should not run!

  • Glenn Wolf

    Wow! Where to begin. Your spelling and grammar are atrocious. I could make an entire post just correcting that.

    Second, your “facts” to the extent that they really are facts, are just wrong. I’ll take them one at a time.

    FACT 1. Just plain wrong. http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/304207/gay-left-lies-about-reagan-again-deroy-murdock

    also

    http://igfculturewatch.com/2004/06/24/reagan-and-aids-a-reassessment/

    “FACT 2. Not a fact. Your opinion. Nothing more.

    FACT 3. Again, just plain wrong. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reaganomics#Analysis

    Reagan’s economic policies resulted in the longest period of peacetime economic growth in American history. That is indisputable. The numbers simply don’t lie.

    http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2001/03/the-real-reagan-economic-record

  • Robyn Stewart Hansen

    Yes, I would vote for Romney!

  • Keith Weatherly

    If Jeb is all we have we might as well give the White House to Clinton.

  • Robert Goodyear

    you are dumber than a box of rocks Regan was a great president you Nichole must vote for the democrat /communist party that’s why this country is going in the tank people like you

  • Guest

    I would much rather have TED CRU!

  • Tricia

    I would much rather have TED CRUZ!!!!

  • Tricia

    How sadly you are so ill informed as well. Reaganomics is the SOLE reason that philanderer Clinton enjoyed so much success in his EARLY DAYS in the WH. Remember after several years of Clinton the economy drastically sun, housing sank, and a lot of people lost their jobs as well. That was thanks to Clinton. In addition Reagan had one HELL OF A MESS TO CLEAN UP AFTER THE PEANUT FARMER!

  • Tricia

    Well said Michael. These moronic liberals would rather forget how big a traitor Hilary and Obama were regarding Benghazi, how big a traitor Holder and Obama are regarding Fast and Furious, how big a traitor Obama is regarding the IRS, NSA, Algeria, Syria, and Hilary is right there next to him. Remember all the people who died that crossed the Clinton, well she’s part of that.

  • Tricia

    Fact one Nichole. Hilary and Obama should be tried and convicted of TREASON for Benghazi – you don’t seem to mind that FOUR Americans were murdered because of HIlary and Obama. You want to talk about Iran Contra – well since you seem to only know the LIBERAL version of history, how about that under your beloved Democrat Jimmy Carter Americans were taken hostage in Iran? They were held hostage for 444 days UNTIL Ronald Reagan became President and they were released within HOURS of him becoming President. Reagan had a MESS to clean up from all the damage that the peanut farmer created. And he’s right, you should talk about things that you only have a LIBERAL VIEW of! If you weren’t paying attention at the TIME – and all you know about it is the liberal view now of how they have spun the truth, then you should keep your mouth shut, because you sound like a buffoon!

  • Tricia

    Exactly right, many of us lived through those times and we PAID ATTENTION TO WHAT WAS GOING ON AND we didn’t get the truth from Liberal professors or the bias of the liberal media.

  • Tricia

    Well said Glenn! I was going to explain the facts to the young girl, but I’m glad I scrolled down further because you answered it correctly.

  • sparkyDon

    does anyone really care what Beck thinks?

  • sparkyDon

    you dont know much about Reagan do you

  • Tricia

    And the Liberal Department of Education that has destroyed our educational system. What can you liberals do to explain the disaster THAT CRAP HAS BEEN?

  • Robert Goodyear

    Jeb is a democrat posing as a republican

  • Doc

    I will vote for whoever runs against Hillary!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jennifer Mcneal

    I will vote for any republican over hillary , Although a third party would be great I am more interested in NOT becoming a socialist or dead because I would not conform then I am interested in sending a message to the GOP . Now once we are rid of the immediate threat of a liberal as pres with an overload of liberals in congress .. THEN I think we should start doing whatever we have to to show them all that we are tired of their crap . Yet a third party will become just as corrupt as the other two if they are given the same power and if we just go back to ” not wanting involved in politics ” …It is the fault of the people that were given the power to vote and the responsibility of freedom and passing these same freedoms on to the other generation .. If this country is screwed up ( and it is ) then we are to blame . Deciding to refuse to vote or to only vote for the candidate that has not got a chance in hell is just voting for the liberal . GOP is bad yes and power hungry , but they are trying to do it slower and sneakier because they are so stupid they think we are stupid and cannot see they are greedy liars . The liberals have this next election to do what they will and if WE THE PEOPLE take them down then they will be forced to wait another twenty or so yrs. until most of us that shot them down are dead .

  • Terri Harrison Barr

    We absolutely don’t need Hillary, it will be Obama years again. This country can’t withstand another 8 years of over zealous government. We need to find someone out there preferably a natural born American citizen with balls of steel. Walk in, sit down and exercise Executive Orders to turn this country back around! Demand a ID to vote, STOP Obamacare, and go back to manufacturing and utilizing gas and oil resources right here in own country. Fly the American Flag proudly, and don’t worry about how much sugar is in Mom’s apple pie. Take back the simple right to send a lunch with your child to school with the food you choose and not Michelle. Come on people, seriously think about it, it’s not that complicated.

  • William K. Schneider

    Reagan would be centerest for the Tea party.

  • Lawman561

    From what I have seen and heard Ted Cruz is the man. If they get someone like an Allen West as his running mate with command level military experience, they will really broaden their appeal to Conservatives, disaffected Republicans, Libertarians and some blue dog Dems will probably peel away as well.

  • Guest

    You think that is the solution?

  • Guest

    Then vote in the primaries to get your guy in. Otherwise it goes to the Dems again.

    Pouting is what they did, and I agree, it is idiotic and juvenile.

  • Helen

    No rinos!!!! This is not the same Jeb Bush who was Governor of florida whom I was proud of……..No more!!!! And I would rather die than vote for Hitlary!

  • Spanky

    Guess you didn’t get what I mean. Jeb is slightly better than Hillary. Still not voting for either.

  • aajjeee

    i think id just kill myself

  • shawn

    Sure, he can read it but so what? It doen’t mean he’s following it. You need to do your research!

  • shawn

    Very true! Once they’re in power, they go further and further down that road, but most people never realize it. For example, Star Wars was NOT designed to be “defensive” — it was designed to produce an advantage for offensive victory.

  • shawn

    Clinton balanced the budget for the first time ever AND left a big surplus, not that the rest of your comment isn’t true.

  • shawn

    Reagan was great as far as getting Soviet Union to collapse (not anticipated by the CIA!). However, he was not good at not raising taxes, or not providing amnesty to deserters from Vietnam OR not trading weapons for hostages (drugs were involved too). Nobody’s perfect!

  • shawn

    Unlike some of these other highly biased folks, I agree with your basic points (he was probably anti-gay and anti black so didn’t care about AIDS, but Rock Hudson was an actor and someone he liked), and although voting for Bush, Jr. twice should show you’re not a liberal, it undermines your whole point of LEARNING from the past (especially voting for him the second time). I mean, WHAT WERE YOU THINKING??? LOL Like I said, your other points are righteous!

  • shawn

    spelling is irrelevant to points being made. You obviously understood what was being said and that is just a copout. Besides she said she didn’t go to college, how can you expect her to spell?

  • shawn

    You’re right, but do you know WHY the US is forced to choose the lesser of two evils, as you put it? Because the elections are 100% CONTROLLED by the MEDIA!!! ONLY exception I know of was Jesse Ventura who won as an independent. And what was the first thing that happened to him after elected Governor of MN? Interviewed by CIA as to HOW did he do it? AND, on the presidential level TEAM A and TEAM B (dems & republicans) are all on the same team (Council on Foreign Relations, etc.) If people are really unhappy with Bush and republicans, bring in Obama – notice the agenda hasn’t changed and if anything has swung much further!

  • shawn

    She’s a lawyer, what do you expect? As for Jeb Bush, he seems decent as a person, but the overall agenda will continue unabated with him. The ONLY possibility is someone like Ross Perot or Ron Paul – and even if they were elected, does that mean they couldn’t be controlled with threats or taken out if not cooperative? As Reagan was by the way when he was shot (not by Hinkly but by secret service with a flat disc – check it out for yourself).

  • shawn

    well said

  • shawn

    that happened EXACTLY with Ross Perot – but remember he was threatened and got out of the race for a few months. Who knows what would have happened if he stayed in?

  • shawn

    what’s a “shillary”? A shill for Hillary? And who would that be, Bill? He can’t fun again. But if she wins it will be Billary in charge!!!

  • shawn

    Like Ron Paul you mean? The Media gave him no chance.

  • Bill Tilghman

    You must be young, shawn. I have done my duty and plenty of research. I served this country in Vietnam – and enlisted – (not a draftee). I learned about government and how it is supposed to function in the 9th grade in civics.

  • Bill Tilghman

    Why are you hanging around on a two month old thread? I am well aware of how the modern political parties operate and the undue influence exerted on them by money from lobbies and the manipulation the press uses to steer the country’s political activities.

    The real problem lies with people who are not engaged enough in knowing what is important for the people and voting based on media exposure and being lied to via the left wing sources on the internet and television. We have seen in the past six years what happens when the left has money, access and influence, and the results are corruption and criminal acts being perpetrated by those in power against the people. We have an executive branch that is out of control and spiraling further out with each passing day. They have no respect for the law, the Constitution or the People who they are supposed to be serving. Instead, this administration believes in gathering to itself more and more power and using it as a weapon to punish those who oppose it while they reward those who support them. There has never in American history been such an egregious abuse of power by an American president and his administration.

    A reckoning is overdue, watch carefully and you will witness it.