Friday, January 18, 2008

More PC on TV



I'll be on Fox & Friends Saturday(1/19/08)at 7:45AM ET.

I've been working feverishly on a radio gig and hope to be able to pass along some good news SOON. Stay tuned!

What happened to PC? click HERE.

Is Florida the beginning or the end for Giuliani? Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Will Rudy have the last laugh? Spectator.co.uk

Game On Rudy! FOXNews

A McCain victory in SC has to be good news for Giuliani because the narrative becomes "Stop McCain!" and Rudy's best poised to do that - not just because his numbers in Florida haven't yet collapsed to the same undetectable levels as they have everywhere else, but because Huck and Mitt and Fred will be fairly proven failures at the "Stop McCain" game. So, if stopping him's your priority, then Rudy's the one-stop shop after everyone's stopped shopping around. He'll be the last ABM (Anyone-But-McCain) in with a shot. -Mark Steyn

27 Comments:

At 5:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WORL AM 660 Altamonte is where you should be from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM. http://worl660.townhall.com/
We need something local. I'd listen to that station if they got rid of the syndicated Bill Bennet show. He's not my listening style driving to work in the morning.

 
At 7:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a New Yorker living in FL, I am insulted that you think I will vote for Rudy!!!!!! I remember him endorsing Mario Cuomo, and I will NEVER forgive him. Do you not know NY politics? Patakit (you know the 4 term governor of NY) supporters living in FL will turn out BIG to DEFEAT Rudy!

 
At 8:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can you call yourself a "conservative" talk show host and think conservatives will vote for ultra liberal RUdy Giuliani? Rudy shares more in common with Democrats than Republicans!

 
At 9:05 AM, Blogger Pat Campbell said...

I did not endorse Rudy or ask you to vote for him. I simply told the people at Fox & Friends what will happen here in Florida on the 29th.
Who do you think will win McCain? He's pro amnesty! Romney? They won't support him because of his Mormon faith(which is wrong) The only other possibility is Huckabee who is not a conservative he's a tax & spend populist. Rudy wins Florida on the 29th. Prove me wrong!

 
At 9:05 AM, Blogger Pat Campbell said...

P.S. Don't hate me because I speak the truth!

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with you PC. The New Yorker living in FL; you know if their not voting for Giuliani, they most be voting for Hillary from Illinois... or Bloomburg. New York is a "blue" Democrat State on the political map for a reason. New Yorkers could care less about illegal immigration. NYC is a sanctuary city, probably over half illegal immigrants, and Giuliaini was a former mayor of NYC. What's this about "Whacky Pataki" from NY? Wonder if this New Yorker is one of them that votes in both NY and FL, that they discovered in 2004... "How daar yeh!".. quote from Bill Clinton.

 
At 1:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is one reason I intend to vote for Romney. Re: Inside Report by Robert Novak, 19 January,
www.rasmussenreports.com

"ROMNEY IN FLORIDA

Florida's top two Republicans, Gov. Charles Crist and Sen. Mel Martinez, have not endorsed anybody in the state's key Republican presidential primary Jan. 29 but are clearly negative about Mitt Romney.

Martinez, who co-sponsored President Bush's ill-fated immigration reform bill, resents Romney's hard line on illegal immigration. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's support for Romney does not help him with Crist, Bush's unfriendly successor."

A vote for Romney is my vote against Mel Martinez, and his co-conspirator John McCain. Charlie C. is a fence sitter wanna be VP candidate.

 
At 4:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pat,

You clearly are not very knowledgeable on FL Republican politics. Do you really think the GOP voters will vote for a pro-abortion, pro-gay rights, anti-gun Republican? Rudy also ran a sanctuary city. He marched in gay pride parades. He dressed in drag. He endorsed a Democrat. He fought against tax cuts (the same cuts he claims credit for now.) He endorsed Cuomo because he was against the Pataki tax cuts which tremendously helped NY. He married his second cousin. He lived with a gay couple. His children do not want anything to do with him. He cheated on his wife. You are crazy if you think the GOP wants a candidate who is more like Hillary Clinton than he is like Ronald Reagan.

 
At 8:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Rush Limbaugh. "If McCain or Huckabee gets the nomination, it will destroy the GOP"

I could not vote for either of them for President. As a Republican, whom does that leave me to vote for? A Democrat Democrat, a Republican Democrat, or stay home in November?

 
At 11:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is nuts!

We have former FL Governor Jeb Bush endorsing Mitt Romney. Than we have his son Jeb Bush Jr. endorsing Rudy Giuliani.

reference:
http://www.joinrudy2008.com/
article/pr/911

Than we have John McCain's daughter blogging how she thinks Obama is so cute, not like her old man.

reference:
http://www.mccainblogette.com

What the heck is going on here? Maybe you can explain it PC on Fox and Friends, next week...

Now I understand Giuliani's kids don't like him either. But, jeezz, now Jeb's kids, and McCain's kids seem to be disfunctional too...

I wonder who Paris Hilton and Britney Spears are endorsing. I'll surely vote for that candidate...

 
At 9:37 AM, Anonymous csason said...

Well, you've been right before...but being a 4th generation Floridian I think I have some insight on the Florida voter, maybe not.
This state is literally covered with
a vast silent core of voters who outnumber whatever influx of New York friendly voters, who will not support
Rudy. Rudy has played this wrong.

His only support (according to rumors) might be in the goldcoast and south, and that is not enough to bag the state.
I guess most folks don't remember when Alabama wanted to annex the panhandle.
And most folks from Gainesville north consider themselves 'different' formt he rest of us.
I predict Romney first, *gag* McCain or Huck second *gag* some more..
Isn't it sad ?
Whoever might think the Dems have actually produced a candidate that can win the middle, needs to think again. My Democrat Sheriff buddy from Arkansas wouldn't vote for either one of those frontrunners, Edwards-yes..the other two no.

 
At 3:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come at 3:00 PM on Sunday, both AM540 and AM660 have the same identical show on, Pat Campbell interviewing Dr. Neil Levin, about Purity Product's vitamins? Can't either station find somebody to do a live show, at 3:00PM on Sunday's?

 
At 4:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only logical explanation for John McCain winning in SC, is they bused in senior citizen's from nursing homes and absentee ballots from alzheimer's homes. Same reason he would be polling high in Florida.

Now people think. The man will be 72 when he would take office. He has had melanoma removed from his temple. Do you really believe he will serve out a 4 year term?

Yes, he will probably pull a Reagan, and grant amnesty to 14 Million illegals, with the understanding his mind is going and is compassionate in his old age, and don't give a damn what the American people think... my friends....

He won't be here to deal with the destruction of America. Who's he going to pick for VP? Maybe a Democrat to bridge the parties, ie: Robert Byrd who will be 92; or dig up old Strom Thurmond who would be 107. We could have bingo night at the White house, and weekends at Bernies...

Crotchety old McCain needs to be retired to a horse farm in AZ, run by illegal immigrant's.

 
At 5:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mark Steyn... Now we have a Canadian journalist predicting and analyzing the politics in Florida? He references Mark Levin in his article. Levin is a New Yorker. Of course he is for Rudy. This is a perfect example of how the media is influencing the elections. Maybe the primaries are starting to early.

 
At 6:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

For my two cents.... I like Rudy and plan to vote for him on the 29th. Can we afford more goverment in health care via Mick, god knows what with McCain, and tax and spend with the Huck man. Rudy has solid ideas that I think will work in the ecomony and defence. I am not problemed by his living with a gay couple, his kids not liking him, or anything else that can be draged up. He may not be the best, but I think he is a step in the direction we need to go.

 
At 7:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

CNN is reporting that only 3 out of 10 votes for John McCain in South Carolina, were from Republicans.

Now explain to me how, John McCain, is, or will be the Republican Presidential candidate...

At least! In Florida, only registered Republican's can vote for a Republican in the primaries.

 
At 9:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re: CNN political ticker, 20 Jan.
"Chuck Norris says McCain is to old to be President"

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/01/20/norris-mccain-may-be-too-old-for-the-white-house/#comment-294279

Chuck Norris claims McCain is to old, and as President you age 3 times as fast as normal, and that's why he supported Huckaberry... Further proof McCain and Huckaberry are both liberal to moderate's, and not true Republican conservatives.

Is that Huckaberry playing his base guitar in that "Viva viagra" commercial with the other guys in the woods? Just might put Bob Doyle out of a job, ehh???

 
At 11:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have the "Guardian Angels" that arrived here last year from NYC. What was it, 1995.., was the first year you could find a bagle in Orlando. We were officially on the map of civilization, when they opened the first "Bagle King" right down the street from my house. I was in heaven! That closed after the owner was, uhh.., shot. If Rudy doesn't win the primaries, he could stay and run for mayor of Orlando. We need some "chutzpa" in this town. He could dress up in drag for the annual Disney "gay day parade". Yeahh!!! chutzpa! I want some a dat! We got's da crime now. He knows the secret to clean that up. Lets move the crime somewhere else, like Demoinse, IA. That'll fix the crime problem. One way tickets from Paramore to Demoinse, IA, just like Rudy cleaned up NYC. Put the Guardian Angels on the bus too, we won't need them no more.

 
At 11:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw that interview on CNN with McCain. They told him only 3 out of 10 votes in SC, were from Republican's, and how he thought that would effect his chances. He got testy, as usual, and said I won South Carolina fair and square!!! Doesn't matter who voted for me, I'm going to be the Republican candidate.... "Myyyy, friend..."

Yep, I want him as my President!

 
At 4:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been watching Lou Dobbs on CNN for about the last 6 months. Every night he reads letters from disgruntled Democrats, saying they are fed up and have reregistered as independents. So you figure there is likely a high number of former Democrats voting as independents, thus in open primaries they are voting for a candidate like McCain. Only problem is they can no longer support the far left ie: Clinton, Obama, Edwards, so they are destroying and moderating the Republican party. Hopefully Bloomburg, or Lou Dobbs jumps in as an independent, but the Republican front runner will have been decided. If it's McCain, us Republican's will have no candidate. It'll be the far left, running against the left..

 
At 6:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you noticed liberals tend to comb their hair to the left side. ie: McCain, Huckabee, Edwards, and most of the CNN employee's? It's hard to tell with Giuliani and Thompson, since their hairlines have receded. Moderate's, maybe... A true liberal is James Carvel with no hair!

 
At 11:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, John may be showing his age. Can we say "just for men"? Obviously, Chuck and Huck are using it.

How about the "Flaming Florida Flamingo" color just for men, for McCain? Or "Saddam Black", or "Mexican multicolor corn blonde"? It'd make him look 10 year's younger.

And may I suggest for the Thursday Debate... for Messrs.. Giuliani.. a Donald Trump toupee, a cuban cigar, possibly a fuzzy mustache for either Giuliani, or Huckelberry; maybe borrow one from Chuck Norris...

Huck should have sent Chuck to the Democratic debates at the Black Caucus tonight, and kicked some ass. "Black Caucus" Now that sounds like a racist organization to me... mmm... I won't say more.. to not offend..

 
At 11:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you hear about the new show coming on tv this fall? "My three lawyers" Hillary, Obama, and son Law firm? Watch your phone book, the free magnet for your fridge is coming...

 
At 4:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If McCain gets the nomination we can probably assume he will select a Democrat.. I mean Independent.. Joe Lieberman as his VP candidate. As a Republican, I will sit this election out with with Tom Delay. Who is the lessor of the 3 evils? McCain, Hillary, Obama? All the same to me.

 
At 8:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any bet's against a Ruth Crist steak PC? (Charlie's lady friend...?)

http://www.miamiherald.com/
campaign08/story/390756.html

 
At 12:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, Rudy really stopped McCain. The people have had their way and it is MCCAIN. No Mormons, no city slickers from New York.

 
At 9:08 AM, Blogger Pat Campbell said...

You got to love this last clown he's a proud Bigot!

By the way what are you going to do in McCain picks Rudy as his running mate?

 

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