On the McLaughlin Group this weekend, Pat Buchanan responded to the question of what would happen if the U.S. Government moved to ban private ownership of all firearms in the United States. Buchanan said flatly that if there was an attempt to confiscate all guns, “There would be a revolution in this country.”
Oh my. THIS is what we are up against in trying to convince enough Americans to not let Barack Obama have a second term to complete his radical agenda.
“How can he be expected to memorize an hour-and-a-half debate?”
After the jump is video of Pat Buchanan watching the same thing, and reacting to it!
Here is video of Pat Buchanan on “The McLaughlin Group” this weekend where he said he does not think Sen. Marco Rubio will be Mitt Romney’s Vice-Presidential pick because when he is seen with Romney he looks “too young” and “too callow” to be “Vice-President of the United States.” Buchanan called Rubio a “very attractive candidate,” but does not believe it is the right time for him, believing Romney will instead go with a pick who is “perceived as heavier and older.”
In case you are wondering about Buchanan’s use of “callow”: Describes someone, especially a young person, who behaves in a way that shows they have little experience, confidence or judgment.Rubio certainly does look young, but he has distinguished himself very well. I think he has an outstanding future, and would be a great choice as Vice-President if Romney decides to go with him.
Here is audio of Pat Buchanan on the Laura Ingraham Show today where he urged Republicans to pull together and defeat Barack Obama.
Here is video of Pat Buchanan appearing on “Hannity” tonight to talk about his being dropped by MSNBC. You have to wonder if we’ll be seeing Buchanan regularly now on the Fox News Channel? I have sometimes disagreed with Buchanan, particularly on Israel and the Iraq War, but I have always felt like he is an honest and decent guy. He has stood strong for many conservative values and principles for decades.
Here is video of MSNBC’s Chris Matthews today ending his “Hardball” show by praising Pat Buchanan – who was let go by the network for having views contrary to their Left-wing vision of America. Matthews did not criticize his network, but he did stand up for Buchanan, saying essentially that what Buchanan has said recently is no different than what he has been saying for his entire career. He praised Buchanan’s “loyalty,” to people like Richard Nixon and to his vision of America.
Longtime MSNBC Political Commentator Pat Buchanan has been fired, the culmination of a years-long campaign to silence him because of his controversial views on a number of issues. The most recent, his book that has a chapter that laments the “end of White America.” They make him out to be a racist because he points out the changing demographics of the United States and what that may mean for the future of the nation. Buchanan has written a column at The American Conservative that responds to his termination by MSNBC:
THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE – Pat Buchanan: My days as a political analyst at MSNBC have come to an end.
After 10 enjoyable years, I am departing, after an incessant clamor from the left that to permit me continued access to the microphones of MSNBC would be an outrage against decency, and dangerous.
The calls for my firing began almost immediately with the Oct. 18 publication of Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?? A group called Color of Change, whose mission statement says that it “exists to strengthen Black America’s political voice,” claimed that my book espouses a “white supremacist ideology.” Color of Change took particular umbrage at the title of Chapter 4, “The End of White America.”
Media Matters parroted the party line: He has blasphemed!
A Human Rights Campaign that bills itself as America’s leading voice for lesbians, bisexuals, gays, and transgendered people said that Buchanan’s “extremist ideas are incredibly harmful to millions of LBGT people around the world.” Their rage was triggered by a remark to NPR’s Diane Rehm—that I believe homosexual acts to be “unnatural and immoral.” . . . . Read More
Here is video of Pat Buchanan – who served in the Ronald Reagan White House – discussing on “The McLaughlin Group” how Newt Gingrich was viewed during those days. Buchanan said Gingrich was viewed by the Reagan White House as “something of a political opportunist,” and that he was “not trusted.” Buchanan described Gingrich as a “Rockefeller Republican,” as opposed to coming out of the Goldwater wing of the party. He later said he believes Gingrich does not have a “fundamental, ideological political core,” instead adapting himself to the changing political times.
Here is video of Liz Trotta on Fox News yesterday where she discussed the exiling of Pat Buchanan by MSNBC over his new book, “Suicide of a Superpower.”
Trotta said Buchanan is being victimized because of his views on how the United States is being fundamentally changed by the influx of illegals from Mexico into the United States. Trotta at one point said MSNBC “has become close to being a Communist Channel.” Trotta pointed out that MSNBC tolerates and encourages the far-Left rants of people like the Rev. Al Sharpton – much of it race-based – but is totally intolerant of conservatives like Pat Buchanan.