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    “Everybody matters to this movement online and in person”

    “Everybody matters to this movement online and in person”

    There were may good speeches at the Right Online conference, including Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin.

    I particularly liked Hugh Hewitt’s speech, and his emphasis on how we each play an important role in the movement:

    “Every day is a new day online and every barrier to entry is down… I want to stress that everyone here matters a great deal.  In the absence of hierarchy in the overthrow of the old gatekeepers, we are all gatekeepers.”

    He also emphasized the deterioration of our military under Obama in ways we hardly see, and how cooperation within the conservative movement makes us all stronger.

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    quiksilverz24 | June 17, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    2ndhand: Sometimes I short while typing on the phone. Fact is, the Colorado party F’ed it up pretty bad two years ago. Hick is nothing but a dog and pony show, which won him the governor spot. He was ambivalent as mayor, and has done nothing as gov. I mean, when your plan to “solve” homelessness in Denver is installing parking meters that do the change collecting, you’re nothing but an empty suit.

    Tancredo was the only viable candidate. Take the 16% Maes got along with some voters who were just sick of the republican party and its games, and we have a conservative as governor.

    As for HH, he’s an establishment hack. He tries to fit in with the beltwayers, and living on the left coast deludes his mind.

    With Rosen, he at least admits his bias.


     
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    TeaPartyPatriot4ever | June 17, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    Of all the speakers speeches there at RightOnLine, I most loved and enjoyed Hugh Hewitt’s. He touched 9 out 10 points I wanted to hear and he did it with the right perspective and attention. He mentioned almost to verbatim some of my blogging and posting points. It was like someone in the bloggersphere were reading what I have said many times, and relaying and including them in their speeches, not to say anything was stolen, just making a conscience note.

    Hugh was extremely concise, articulate, insightful, and is one who sees it and gets it, as he hit the major issues and points with accuracy and precision, and with inclusiveness of and for all of us online as a team.

    I just felt Hugh hit the nail right on the head for most everything that was and is important to me and to so many other Reagan conservatives in the internet world that concerns us all in the real physical world circumstances that we now find ourselves in.

    Hugh made me feel like I was part of his team, apart of “the” team, and not an outsider trying to make my points of importance and being either ignored or banned for it.

    Thank You Hugh Hewitt, as a staunch Reagan Tea Party Conservative and a retired US Military person, you are now my new Breitbart internet hero and leader on top of so many others I admire and appreciate like Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Michelle Malkin, William Jacobson, etc..


       
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      hrh40 in reply to TeaPartyPatriot4ever. | June 18, 2012 at 2:39 pm

      But if that is so, then the cognitive dissonance in Hewitt’s brain must shortly be going to fry it up.

      Because Mitt Romney has been fighting all things Ronald Reagan since Daddy George started the fight at the 1968 Republican convention.

      So if Hewitt can line up shilling for Mitt Romney to the point of literally writing the book on Mitt, for at least 4 years now, with Ronald Reagan’s ideology and strong principled actions, then he’s a bigger contortion artist than ever walked the planet.

    Qwkslvr – T.P.Ptr4evr The 3 of us will agree 2 disagree. We all want 2 throw Obma under the bus & see him wrapped around the driveshaft. Pax.


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