Here is video of Neil Cavuto talking to Mark Levin this afternoon about President Obama’s Gun Control Executive Actions. Levin said some of them are just bizarre, while others are “un-American.” Levin said Obama’s order that doctors under ObamaCare can ask their patients about guns in their home is “fascistic.”
“Do we really want doctors reporting to the federal government if they think somebody might have violent tendencies? Do we really want to discourage people who have mental health issues, or people bringing them in to see their doctor, because they may become part of a national law enforcement database? How is that going to stop any crime?”
Here is GOP Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan telling Neil Cavuto that the disastrous news of extremely slow “growth” show that the choice in this election is between continuing with Obama’s “pitiful results” or choosing a “real growth” agenda led by Romney/Ryan.
Here is Gov. Mitt Romney in an interview segment yesterday with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto. Romney discussed a wide range of topics, particularly his appearance yesterday before the NAACP.
Romney made it plain that he is going to share the same message of smaller Government and job creation no matter who he happens to be talking to. He said he actually believes he will chip away at Obama’s support among African-Americans.
Here is Mark Levin on with Neil Cavuto today where he said the Executive Branch of the United States Government is “out of control,” and he fully expects Obama to do everything he can to evade the decision of the Supreme Court if it decides to strike down the ObamaCare Mandate.
Levin said he is not convinced ObamaCare will be struck down, but believes it should be:
“The individual mandate is the greatest threat against the relationship between the individual in this country and the government we’ve faced since segregation. And I want to be very clear about that because we cannot have government telling us what to do and pushing us around this way so it is crucial that that provision of the statute to be stricken.”
Here is video of Neil Cavuto talking to Rick Santorum by phone this afternoon, where he strongly defended himself against the furor over his remarks yesterday where he seemed to be saying, at least to many observers, that “we” might as well stick with Barack Obama as President than “risk” electing the “Etch-a-Sketch Candidate”, Mitt Romney. Santorum angrily told Cavuto he never said to vote for Obama over Romney. He explained his use of “We” in his remarks did not refer to him, but to the American people collectively. Santorum said repeatedly in this interview he would support Mitt Romney over Obama if Romney wins the Nomination.
As Cavuto questioned Santorum, the Senator sounded incredulous that anyone would think he ever meant he would support Obama over Romney. But he defended himself by saying this was not a “gaffe” on his part, but that it is “the hatchet job of all time.” It was clear from Santorum’s tone that he is very frustrated and put out about the whole controversy, and he maintained that Mitt Romney will have difficulty generating enthusiasm in the Fall Campaign if he is the GOP Nominee.
Here is video of Neil Cavuto asking Mitt Romney today if he won’t have to put a “real conservative” on the ticket if he wins the GOP Nomination. Cavuto caught himself, and said, “I know you say you are a real conservative.”
Romney’s response: “That would preclude Rick Santorum,” whom he said is a conservative, but not a “fiscal conservative.
Here is video of Michael Reagan – son of former President Ronald Reagan – telling Neil Cavuto that “Newt Gingrich needs to find out who Newt Gingrich is.” By that, Reagan meant Gingrich has let others define him instead of putting forward his own “city on a hill” message that can galvanize support around him.
Reagan has endorsed Gingrich for President.
Here is video of Neil Cavuto talking by phone with Donald Trump yesterday where he said there is a distinct possibility he will run for President as a Independent in 2012 – particularly if “the Republicans nominate the wrong candidate.” Trump would not say who the “wrong candidate” would be. He did praise Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum for being willing to take part in the debate he was going to moderate for NewsMax, which Trump has now pulled the plug on since they were the only candidates willing to attend. Trump did say that if Newt Gingrich is the nominee – “Newt would be in great shape” – apparently meaning a Gingrich nomination would mean no Independent Donald Trump run for President.
Here is video of Mitt Romney being interviewed today by Fox News’ Neil Cavuto. Romney got off a really good line about President Obama’s ridiculous spectacle today of trying to equate himself with Teddy Roosevelt in a speech he gave in Kansas. Romney said he was reminded today that Teddy Roosevelt formed the “Bull Moose Party” – “One of those words applies here when the President is talking about what he’d to to this economy.”
Here is video of Gov. Mitt Romney in an interview yesterday with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto.
Romney covered a wide-range of topics in the interview. He made clear that he would call out China for the unfair trade practices. Romney believes that is an important step to help get the U.S. Economy going again, to level the playing field for U.S. goods and companies:
Romney would not yet call on Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan to recuse herself from the ObamaCare case, but he said he would “take a look at it.” Romney said he would make it his priority to end ObamaCare.
Romney said many people think he should say his Massachusetts RomneyCare plan was a “mistake” and run away from it. But he said he believes what they did there as a state solution was “the right thing to do,” and if that hurts him politically, “that’s just the consequence of the truth.”
Is Herman Cain the right candidate for the crises facing America? Neil Cavuto leads a panel discussion on Cain and his chances of being President.
One thing is for certain – Cain is getting a lot more buzz these days.
Here is video of Herman Cain responding to actor Morgan Freeman’s attack on the Tea Party as being composed of a bunch of racists who just want to “get this black man” out of the White House.
Cain simply pointed out that it is doubtful Freeman has ever even been to a Tea Party – a nice way of saying he’s ignorant of the facts. Cain told Neil Cavuto he is not offended by Freeman, but that it’s “sad” that someone would attack people without knowing what the reality is on the ground.
Below is video of Freeman’s attack: