Monday, April 12, 2010

John Voight Speaks on Obama and The Rape of America!!

10 comments:

Most Rev. Gregori said...

I admire John Voight very much because he doesn't fear to speak his mind, but I am getting so sick of guys like Huckabee and O'Reiley,who are always saying that Obama "doesn't really want to hurt the country" or that he is "just as much of a patriot as everyone else." This is total B.S. If Obama and the leftists care so much about America them why are they going out of their way to destroy her?

They know exactly what they are doing.

John Carey said...

This is powerful stuff Teresa. I linked to your blog.

Teresa said...

Most Rev. Gregori,
I admire John Voight, also. I wish that there were more actors/actresses like him. I like Huckabee much better than O'Reilly. I think Huckabee tries to see the best in people, maybe blindly not realizing the reality about the person/situation.

Teresa said...

John,
Thanks for the link love.

Have a good night :)

Maggie Thornton said...

Hi teresa: I apologize for not being around. I have family visiting and we have been "all family all the time:-)"

We watched this last night. I thought Voight was spot-on. I was struck by Huckabee's response, and I hope he is not planning a presidential run.

That Huckabee could listen to this and then reply that he is not one of those who think Obama is purposefully harming the country...left me speechless. Voight looked him right in the eye, and if we could have seen him face-on we would probably have noticed that Voight couldn't believe what he was hearing.

Voight did not do the polite thing and nod his head. He just moved right into Obama's adherence to the Rule for Radicals.

I admire him and I loved that he said everyone must join a Tea Party. He is right. We need the masses who feel as we feel.

The Conservative Lady said...

Thanks for posting this video, Teresa. I missed the show. Voight did a good job, although I wish people would stop calling us a democracy...we're a republic.
As for Huckabee...I think guys like he and O'Reilly feel they have to give Obama the benefit of the doubt to make themselves look "fair & balanced". I just think that makes them look naive.

Eman said...

Teresa, thank you, for sharing this video. Without your effort to post it, I’d most probably never seen it. It helps to know there are voices who have the ability to reach so many are using their voice to save many. I too love my country. I too, know this President is placing us in harms way. But I am only a blogger. But we are woven together with those who come here and to other blogs to comment and question and congregate to join as one. We know we are headed in a dangerous direction and we know who is responsible for this turn from greatness and liberty. While there are many who trumpet the lie foisted on our nation, there are few willing to run against it. But one thing is sure: America does not want to go where Obama is going, and as a country we are again awakened from a slumber to find we have overslept and made a terrible mistake. I meet with GOP leaders of our county here in Elkhorn twice monthly. We talk, we debate, but what we do most is pray, for the country to be stirred up and for the cause to be just and pure. When I hear people say “This is not what America is and it is not what Obama says it is, I ask them, “What does it smell like to you? Because if it smells like a traitor, you can be damn sure it is one.”

cube said...

I wish we had more like Jon Voight in Hollywood. We need more like him everywhere, but especially where there is such a dearth of conservativism.

Huckabee is too much of a politician for my tastes. If he's pulling his punches because he's planning another prez run, then he's wasting his time.

Ben Franklin said...

If only there were more patriots like Jon in Hollywood...

Joe said...

John Voight is a real hero!