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Hugh Hewitt and Dennis Prager React to the Attacks from 9/11/2001
"This is hugh hewitt including The worst broadcast. I've ever had to make and i've made a lot of bad broadcast in the middle of the last election. Peggy noonan wrote in the wall street journal that the day would come when the terrible big bad thing would happen and that she feared it would be soon and for that reason she preferred president bush over vice president gore. The terrible big thing has now happen and it will take some time for the enormity of it to settle in across the united states. So large is the scale of the devastation. They're joining me. Now is Dennis prager who will be taking over me along many of these. Salem radio network stations dentists three of these four airplanes which were hijacked and crashed headed for los angeles the devastation. That will see out sort of anticipated here. The big horrible thing happened. Listen i You know. I'm choosing my words carefully for with you and And my broadcast Many of the stations. You're on after you The a war has been declared against the united states and war has been declared against western judeo-christian civilisation and and i measure those words of measured. They're not they're not new to me. I have believed that. There is this war when when people screaming. Iran death to america that america's the the satan people take that stuff seriously. We laugh or a lot of i. Don't little of americans just laugh at those slogans but if enough people believe that the america is satan that it is very appropriate thing to Murder as many men women and children who are satanic as as possible as I have come to expect from you. Dentist underscored something. I hadn't thought of there will be rejoicing around the world today. In some course exactly there will celebrations and parades. That's right sharing. This is how this national holiday in. Tehran in sudan in among palestinians exactly As the japanese general. What did he say. We woke up the sleeping giant. we will regret it. That is what i think has happened
Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot
"And his comrades. They're pushing the edges of the envelopes. They're jumping outside the box. They're doing things in ways that are utterly lawless. They're trying to change the constitution without amending the Constitution. They're loading up the bureaucracy. With Reds. And not a single Republican talks about impeachment. What? What? What We are We can't do that. That's bad politics, Karl Rove says. It's bad politics Paul Ryan may not like that. What about Peggy Noonan? What about the Washington Post? The New York Times and we might get bad press. Besides, we'll lose Romney and sash and Krakowski and The weak underbelly of the Republican Party. Just hold on. We'll win. Just give us anyway. Not a word about impeachment. He's dumping illegal aliens in the communities without giving them a heads up. He's trying to change the demographics, particularly Red states. Everybody knows what's going on. And he's also doing other things he's making changes. To the Iran deal. But you're not going to be presented to Congress. He's already lifted sanctions against a number of Islam a Nazi Theocrats in Tehran without even consulting Congress. And it's his Congress Democrats. Nobody brings up the
"peggy noonan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Updated my Twitter feed to say up next Peter Tork. On, you know, that would have been a complete complete curveball, Dale and not under the age of 55, but it's actually Byron York, not Peter Tork. Firing York. Good morning, Happy June 1st year. Hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend. Big difference. Thank you. Thank you. Glad to be here. Can you drum No, it's a matter of fact. I can't. Okay. Well, then you're definitely not gonna play Peter Tork on the revival of the Monkeys, although with the friends ratings, the ratings that they got for friends, If they could get the monkeys back together again, I think they would actually have a winner on their hands. You agree? Well, I think some of them are dead. You so I think Wait. Mike Nesmith isn't dead. Mickey Dolenz isn't dead. Peter York Torque isn't stork. York isn't then torque. Oh, Davy Jones's dad. David Jones is dead. You're right. But you can fill in. You can fill in. You know, you never know what you're going to talk about. You are electrical engineers, who will soon help convert solar and wind energy into power, convert solar and wind energy into combat power. And just ask Any Marine today. Would she rather caring £20 of batteries? Are rolled up somewhere panel. And I am positive. She will tell you a solar panel. And so would he. Yeah. So, Byron, she laughed at her own joke. Very few, if any others did. It was a bomb with a capital B and the damage was widespread door. Rhetorical reputation. What did you make of this fiasco? Well, I actually I did write about this, and the reason I wrote about it was that not because her her joke bombed, Although it did. It was because her speech Um, really showed a vision for the role of America's armed forces. It was very different from what we've seen in previous administrations. And I compared it, um, to the speech, given the same place at the Naval Academy. By the new vice president in 2017, Mike Pence, and also by Vice President Joe Biden in 2015, and they showed much Different views of what the Navy and the Marines on large, larger scale what American armed forces should do. The big headline, really is that Vice President Harris talked about a military that deals with pandemics. Hackers and most of all, most especially climate change. These are the modern enemies. These are our real modern enemies and the idea that the Navy and Marines fight wars. And that they navy or in ships on the nation's oceans, and they ensure freedom of travel on the seas. None of that stuff ever came up. Nor did the heroic history of the Navy and the Marines. I mean, just none of it came up and it was a speech, mostly about Climate change and how she come on. Harris knows the number of people in the Navy because she lives at the Naval Observatory, and she she travels on Marine one. It was really an amazingly tone, deaf speech. You know what I would love to know. Is her staff writing now back in the day. When Peter Robinson and Peggy Noonan and Tony Dolan and all sorts of people worked for the Vice President George W. Bush, H. W. Bush and President Reagan The writing staff would go over a speech to make sure was appropriate. I'll bet you if we take a look at Had Vice President Harrison's writing staff. You're not going to find anyone in the military. You could have made a speech out of the 10th fleet. You mentioned cyber she touched on side but you get the 10th plate is 14,000 strong. Active and reserve duty sailors. They have counterparts in the Marines. Of course, they could talk at length about the intel in cyber worlds out there, But they can also talk about the South China Sea. They could talk about the threat to Taiwan. They could talk about anything. And it would be interesting and you could tell some sea stories and you can, but that was really a reflection of bad staffing. That's you know, no one who gives an Academy speech gets an excuse. They're not hard to do. They're actually easy to do because you've got a great audience in front of you. You know, you talk about China. In 2015. When Vice President Biden gave his speech commencement speech at the Naval Academy. That was his big theme Woz that the United States will have to place Enormous numbers of naval resource is in the Asia Pacific, he said. 60% of the U. S. Naval Forces will be stationed in the Asia Pacific by 2020. He goes Ph. Zumwalt class destroyers, little combat ships, forward deployed Marines. I mean, he goes through. Ah, lot of the things that the Navy and the Marines actually do. And he quoted President Theodore Roosevelt. Saying a good navy is not a provocation to war. It is the surest guarantee of peace. In other words, the peace through strength argument. It was, it was kind of a classic discussion. Of of U. S military strategy. Vice president. Pence talked about Maura about this sort of heroic history, um, of the Navy and of the Marines gave some examples and you know, in that stadium in Annapolis, uh, Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. On the upper decks. They have in huge letters, the names of great battles that the Navy and Marines have been involved in. So if you're standing there, giving the speech, you're looking up and you see, there's Coral sea. There's midway, Guadalcanal, Tarawa. I mean, there's just all of these. Great battles that the Navy and the Marines fought. And it kind of reminds you you know what the Navy and the Marines have done over the years. And she you know, she she mentioned absolutely none of that. Um and Pence did on focused on one. Admiral This'll was remember 2017. It was the 50th anniversary of his graduation and 1967 on who won the Medal of Honor, and it was kind of a classic. Military Academy commencement speech, and that's certainly not what vice president here is delivered. Now I've got a friend Harry Rhodes, who represents me and Lou Holtz and a bunch of others at the Washington speakers here. He told me a story about Lou Holtz going to play football game and then he was coaching South Carolina. Looking up at that stadium in Annapolis at all the battles and said, Hey, fellas, this is going to be kind of tough because he's looking at all these American hero stories embedded in the names of things like Tarawa and Midway. And thinking we're up against. They're gonna fight above their weight. It is not hard to do. However, there is a reason that I don't think she called attention to it. Byron. The president Biden budget came out last week. And it is nowhere close to the 355 ships must less than 450. Ships that have proposed is the minimum and the maximum number of the size of the Navy. It cut four out of eight ships scheduled to be delivered, including one of the new frigates. Couple other ships. It was a disaster for the Navy. Hey, spending trillions of dollars that are not appropriated, and they can't buy the eight ships that the Trump budget wanted..
"peggy noonan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Everything we've heard in the in the last twenty four hours he wants to go after obamacare again in the middle of a pandemic and some people's you know they're they're good they're take on why he liked his hair on fire like this when he's trying to get reelected this guy for many years he's not always in not acting like he doesn't want to get reelected he's acting like he really wants to lose badly and take the Republican party down with him but you look at every single move he's making he's on the twenty five percent of the seventy five twenty five issue this looks like a deliberate attempt to drive his campaign into the ground every day he knows what he's doing is going to lower the poll numbers and they are they are collapsing everyday I'm just saying this is not a guy who is acting like he expects to be around and he is acting like he's setting everything on fire before he leaves and I'm only saying this nobody else is saying it but I could see it as a possibility even a slight possibility that this guy in August says what Peggy Noonan wrote a couple weeks ago listen I gave you the best economy ever and and the press has been lying about me for years they've been investigating me for years despite that I did a great job you guys do not deserve an a I'm I'm going to do what LBJ did and I'm gonna leave Paula Johnson and just say that's it I'm out of here fire myself do you think would happen very Paula Johnson yeah I constables okay all right another ten dollar fine and you know this I love this show lingo still stick around we want to know if people are asking it is the government doing all exam on.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And clouds today pushing sixty four a high overnight Saudis guys in forty two and then clouds return tomorrow and will top out at sixty two it's forty right now and on Sunday I was want to meet the press and I saw some of this give and take with the Chuck Todd talking to the panel about some comments William Barr made regarding how history would take a look at the robin the charges against Mike Flynn and I hadn't seen bars full answer ands Chuck Todd not only played this first snippet as his answer but went on to say that bar did not address everything bar actually addresses which here is here is the question being posed to to William Barr and the answer that was as was edited for meet the press followed by the question being asked again and the bar's entire answer as it should have appeared on meet the press let's hear that you brought a bill Barr Peggy Noonan I want you to listen to this bill Barr answer to a question about what will history say about this lady here the center take a listen when history looks back on this decision how do you think it will be written well history is written by the winners of sergeant depends on on who's writing a history I was struck by the cynicism of the answer.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"That doesn't have to be open to serve people's immediate needs wouldn't shock me if shopping mall start shutting down Italy has shut down basically every store except pharmacies and grocery stores now what do you think that is doing I understand the need to keep people safe the most dangerous person in the world is not an infected corona virus patient the most dangerous person in the world is someone who is panicked who thinks there is an existential threat to their lives and their families this is why it did that take don't panic is terrible advice I've seen this pop up Peggy Noonan just wrote a column and wherever it is that Peggy Noonan writes I think she syndicated by I pretty sure she's normally and that is that Wall Street journal wherever it is Peggy Noonan former Reagan speechwriter don't panic is terrible advice the every time we have seen mass hysteria the thing that was causing the hysteria is not what drives death and destruction it's panic over it don't panic is the only advice that people should follow use common sense and don't panic because when you panic you don't think logically paddock overrides common sense this note well we should be panicked which what the hell kind of advice is that after nine eleven we should be panicked we should start physically assaulting every Muslim that we see in the streets would anybody say something like that because that's panic behavior what it's it's it's the most asinine thing that I've ever so you've got respected people and I use respected very very loosely at this point saying we should be panicked and I'll get into the deeper philosophy of why it is.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Was directly at Alexandria, Cossio Cortez that was directly at Bernie Sanders and the rest of the progressive left. You think this is the way that America should go? It was a call to say just because the media is afraid to talk about your shoes. Doesn't mean I am America isn't with you regardless of polling. Let's fight it out. But he did it in this way of talking about American uplift. America will never be why because America is better than what socialism has to offer. Socialism will hurt America. And I will not allow America to be hurt. It was very solid. Very solid. Now. It also got noted. That people like Representative Cortez. Do not have a good night. She did not have a good night. We're going to discuss some of it. But this back and forth with Peggy Noonan columnist is is really interesting because Peggy Noonan was noticing the the democratic women majority of them wearing all white, right? I don't I don't I don't know why they chose the all white. But some to whatever it is. They thought they were they were doing some good about Peggy Noonan wrote and good natured with the white jackets who I see some on Twitter calling straitjackets Cortez had a rare bad night, looking not spirited, warm and original as usual, but sullen teenaged and at a loss. That's pretty harsh. That is pretty rough right there Cortez. I'm sorry. I did that wrong. I apologize Cortez. She responds. Why should I be spirited in warm for this embarrassment of a state of the union tonight was an unsettling night for our country, the president failed to offer any plan any vision at all for our future. We're flying without a pilot. And I'm not here to comfort anyone about. That fact. People have a very different view of the state of the union than I do. The idea that there was no vision set for the country simply is untrue. The idea that there was no plan is untrue. And if it was an embarrassment for what reason did you go. Did you show were you there? Why why suffer through the embarrassment? No, one should be comforted with some kind of false truth about what's happening in the country. Nor should they be comforted by the lie. That is socialism Representative Cortes. Now, usually when I speak about her. I mentioned something that she said, and I'm like, okay. Here's the problem with I always talk about a policy because it's always important to discussing policy wise. But since she has now put herself in the place to be the arbiter of socialism. I mean, if you didn't hear it. Chris Matthews got her after the state of the union and asked her about what she thought. About President Trump having this. This conversation aggressive statement about Venezuela tonight, and he talked about being a socialist country and how we're never going to be a socialist country. It was pretty truculent, but it tied the notion of socialism to that particular regime, you what do you think about the.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Loudest listening to this were you in the same. Sir. Her. It's the same with her. She was miss negative pants, right? I mean, it's like they are living on a different planet because they want to live on a different planet. That's the they want to be in. I hate Trump land. Gosh, I mean, but it's just sounds so dumb. I mean, like AO see, for example. And I think we have audio of her because of course, that's who Rachel Maddow, chose to immediately. Of course. But she was actually responding to Peggy Noonan who tweeted out that. It was a great speech. It was it was solid. I don't care who you are where you are. If you hate him, you have to at least be able to recognize the fact I mean, take your tedious out of the equation, try for like one second, take your Trump derangement syndrome, and just put it aside. And just recognize the fact that it was a good speed. Right. And that the results that he listened are good results. And that's what's so amazing. Is watching them not Stander applaud for like the economic success. Our countries have been even Nancy had some times where she was clapping. And she was like all right. I have to give it a guy. Yeah. Some of this stuff is I mean, even Nancy. Yeah. So Peggy Noonan points out in her tweet that solid speech get speech, and she also called out Alexandria, causing a Cortez and said something about how she looked bad because she was so scowling she looked like she'd been denied dessert after dinner by your parents, really bratty. And so. So take on it. And we'll hear a little bit of this too. But her tweet in response said why should I be spirited and warm for this embarrassment of a state of the union address tonight was an unsettling night for our country, the president failed to offer any plan any vision at all for our future were flying without a pilot. And I'm not here to comfort anyone about that fact, and I'm just like what what where are. Yeah. It's like exactly where the hell are you? Because the rest of us are over here hearing, the plans and the vision, exactly. And if she's talking about plans vision, the same check you ask her where the forty trillion dollars is gonna come from. And she's like feelings, let's say let's take a listen to what she said to Rachel Maddow experience.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Casey hunt. Yes. And join the conversation Gonesse for the Wall Street Journal and political contributor for NBC news and MSNBC, Peggy Noonan, great to have Peggy with us and chief White House correspondent for the New York Times Peter Baker rate group, there's a group, Peggy wanna start with you and always curious what you're thinking. But obviously Donald Trump is past weekend. Well. It's actually hard to say that he went to new territory because he's always in new territory, but obviously more on hinged and more on more than usual, obviously concerned about his son's possible legal troubles. Where where do you put Donald Trump the White House and this country as we move into the dog days of August? Well, I still think in a funny way, there's so much that happens each day. The new cycle away seems to dense and that there's too much going on in it at the same time. Nothing happens. I think until more molar stuff comes in, and a final report comes in that is the point at which you really know where you stand. Having said that. I think the thing with the president is something true of him. Now that was true of him. The second day after he took office, it's been truth throughout his administration. He talks too much he obscures and steps on and makes not obvious anything good that is happening in his administration. He thinks his. Constant communication is his power. I think instead his constant need to talk and tweet and being your face and be the center of attention is in fact his weakness, but he cannot stop. He doesn't have enough self discipline to hold himself back and let events unfold an interesting way. I think his rallies are amusing to his supporters, kind of inspiring and kind of fun for one thing. They all get together. Americans aren't normally together in a big room. They get to see each other. They get to cheer their God together. I think he says a lot of things that are not true that he known that they know are not true, but they understand or they recognize it's part of this show business. Part of his desire just to say things also, he's seems to me very big on the statement is father to the reality. He says, things that he'd like to be true is if they are true as if that'll help make them true. So that is just what we have a year and a half in is a continuation of the drama of Donald Trump. You know. No, Mike barnicle I spoke with the three gentlemen this weekend educated. Good guys, decent guys, all Trump supporters and sat there, and just listen to them, asked why they supported Trump and quite. Gave me some. Some facts that just weren't the case. But again, I was I was just listening, but what struck me was they were good men. They were decent man. They were honorable men. They were fathers. They were grandfather's would never accept the sort of behaviour out of their children or grandchildren or their friends that they ignore when it comes to Donald Trump. There's no doubt Donald Trump lives by a different set of standards than everybody else. And it just seemed that it was interesting. These Trump supporters. He's voters said that they did not like him as a man, what and want him around, but the economy's doing well. And it reminded me so much of what frustrated Republicans and the nineteen nineties about Bill Clinton. It didn't matter what he lied about. If he was lying about transferring missile technology to China, verse. An intern, it just didn't matter people to go. You know, the economy's doing well. He is who we is, and that seems to be the attitude that has stuck here. Well, I'm sure Bill Clinton's going to be thrilled with Donald Trump and what Trump is doing, but Joe may. But it is important though that Republicans Republicans were saying the same exact thing in the late nineteen. Ninety s about Bill Clinton and his lies and nobody carrying about him lying that Democrats and independence or saying about Donald Trump now. And I guess what the bigger point is, this is long as economy's doing well, everybody's fine. That's true. That's true. Joke to a point, I think, but the people who you with the men that you will with unsure great guys, sadly for them and a lot of others, including a lot of people we see in these halls with the president, gathers the crowds together..
"peggy noonan" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Always will be when in reality we're a two hundred year anomaly in world history this is a very important experiment but it is an experiment and it's not guaranteed and it rests upon an underlying confidence and trust of the public in their institutions if you corrode that then you have a kind of survival of the fittest and it just not a viable society that's what worries me more than tax policy or immigration policy or the whatever the issue of the day is is an underlying and peggy noonan read that tweet from the lady about the deep state that's the kind of thing that really we have to worry about because if people don't trust the government then it just all falls apart and i don't think i don't i don't think the president is doing this deliberately but it certainly what's happening okay so the latest is the confusion between the two separate means distinct separate meetings between spying and informing that's what's feeding this what's going on today so in terms of the damage that talking about here do you how long do you think it will take to repair the damage that trump has already done well it's it's really hard to say i mean i think you started your question by saying most people get up this morning and they aren't thinking about these issues i think about getting to work getting the kids fed and dressed in all of those kinds of things so i think it's not a permanent in any way this is a great country you go out across the countryside people are getting about their life and work and doing wonderful things for the country so i don't i hope it's not in any way permanent or long lasting but it is i think it's serious and i call it corrosion of faith in our institutions people don't stop it stop signs because there's a cop on every corner they do it because that's what you do you obey the law the same thing goes for paying your taxes.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"The other aspect of john is that he was a wonderfully generous human being to others in the business he was willing to sit listen offer advice but at his route he changed both businesses i think both journalism and novel writing and he did so because the dish into being a great reporter he was an even better observer of the life around us and the willl the little things that you only pick up on if you sit there and listen and watch and observe and it wasn't feeling i mean i when i read this and he said about fiction that the problem of fiction is it has to be plausible which is not the case with nonfiction which is so true in the time i've trump but he didn't just listen he felt things mean his descriptions of loneliness and despair i'm charlotte simmons the reason i wanted to write novels i mean it wasn't just a neutral detached abs server he he sort of cross that transom of feeling all the angst feeling the agony feeling despair and putting it on the page and just was the poet or friend peggy noonan wrote an appreciation of her friend tom wolfe in a piece titled hats off to tom peggy writes he picked up american journalism and shook it hard then he picked it up the novel and shook that too he invented characters that presented us to ourselves he issued one of the great literary manifestos stop your navelgazing get extra notebook there's a world exploding out there he stranded through the world like some crazed antique pika the faded vanilla suits the high collar shirts polka dot ties the socks the handkerchief the spats goodbye tom wolfe may you be odd thrilled and over the moon this day by what you find now a new and unreported world flights of angels oh it was good to have him here wasn't it that from the great peggy noonan said.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on Politico's Off Message
"Sure you'll invite on i mean do you think trump has any kind of a point that there's a there's a war between him and journalists will not with between him and fox and friends i think he's very home there and look i don't i'm not a media critic you guys could be media critics i'm not i i get along with all these guys i've known them all i'm laura ingraham forever i've done i'm very good friends very good friends with peggy noonan i mean i love her calm i love it and the only thing we disagree on some of the partisans stuff but she and i like brother and sister reading that her calm so i basically like the other side and i always tell people you gotta make your own soup you got to look at a little this little npr you know look up look look put the truth together yourself you can't expect onkar walter to come along so that's the way it is what's the difference between what you you do what nbc does and what i generalized well i think say people who want you saw you guys all night i say yeah but don't you notice we're all little different it has a little different than a little different i think some people are more similar but there's this idea right like okay so msnbc you go to the left and five to go to the right but i wouldn't say nicole how is very moderate i'm not sure what she's tough on trump but who is an an i think she's i think chuck is very downthemiddle very very broder.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on Recode Decode
"They they started raising children they started coming of age they started becoming the powerful people that ran hollywood that ran um madison avenue and for the first time round the white house and suddenly you had the counterculture becoming the culture you had their values becoming the brain values of america which it took five years took the coming of age of those boomers into than change society and so i saw this drift and the shift and saw the culture wars in the nineties it began under reagan you're right in the 80s and bush one in in the 80s into the nineties but really uh you know the the morning after clinton was was inaugurated it was unfazed the angering in january of 1993 peggy noonan writing you know the trumpets have sounded in the in in the you know get ready for a big fall because you guys are your terrific everyone loves you but it's not even you know it's time for chan yet still resonating today all right we're here with david friend he has a new book out about the '90s called the naughty 90s the triumph of the american libido where the last 90s the 1890s at lahti to deliver in order to ninety ninety says role this i had to seek lay the afghan to seek fantasy so yeah as it's about the culture wars of the 1990s and sexual history of the clinton years we are talk about that and more and it's also the time when the internet was invented and became popular throughout the 90s and really really really did she of all the things of the is i'm gonna go with the internet is most important i'm going to talk about that more with david friend.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"One quick thank you we had a record day yesterday yep record day of downloads i be like blue it out like what were we like twenty or twentyfive in the country politically yeah i mean out of the what millions of podcast so we blew it out but one little hickup folks and mirror apologies we did a transfer to a different platform there's a partnership of westwood one radio syndicated conservative review us crtv now excuse me and we are i heart we will be back there don't worry remiss yesterday we're going to get that up today so you can listen to yesterday's show and today we're also going to be on spotify we're already on soundcloud of course we're on i tunes there you can listen at bongino dot com if you are listening on the sea our app though you're going to have to listen at some point on iheart soundcloud i tunes or you can listen up on gino dot com i do i'm pretty sure they're going to stop updating there at some point yet think so yeah just fyi for you folks all right let's get right into it so really terrific piece today let me see where jewish start by peggy noonan peggy noonan i is not by any means a big fan of the president i am i think he has been as i said on a fox hit yesterday morning deeply consequential and extremely conservative at his first year and i think he deserves a heavy round of applause i'm not suggesting that we idolize any human being the president colluded i'm not suggesting either that we don't challenging if ideological friction happens and he does something we think conflicts we conservative principles i'm telling you when you look at the pudding and the proof inside that putting this president has been deeply consequential extremely conservative and is just blown it out of the park on.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"I've watched the politicians i've dealt with them all my life if you can't make a good deal with a politician then there's something wrong with you you certainly not very good chuck schumer and nancy pelosi did not show up for a meeting today i'm not really that surprised we have a lot of differences so they decided not to show up they've been all talk and they've been no action and now it's even worse so now it's not even talk i will get back to morning drive that sound trump talking to himself continuing the theme from earlier the hour with the suit chairs there you know peggy noonan who's here who loves begging known ever today indian animus everybody everybody out there is donald trump where he'd say fifty thousand people there if there's one 50000 but anyway so donald trump is supposed to be the dealmaker elect me all make the deal and yet yesterday in a situation where he needs democrats to raise the debt ceiling to keep it goes a as i've said before yahoos like me always vote against raising the debt ceiling of their it's twenty or thirty in the republican party that won't he insults the leaders the slum medicaid qianlong haunch so key moment anybody who asked me about washington in said well why do you need to about washington to succeed are sick know that it is not what it seems and that the minority leader in the senate is usually the most powerful person in washington he taunts chuck schumer he taunts nancy pelosi and now he's put himself in a position.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Naga which i don't want friends that pat my she and y'all don't net friend to me i'll give argue would you sambat again if it was me i if it was me if it was me and this is how we know we gain this conversation if it was me and it's been me a million times jew would come and say jio relax oviedo for them if if meek was mommy i would i would say the same thing but at the same time i do understand at the situation is like it he's he's a target they want did they have it awful they do they have it off and and he knows that targets have demand we like they're thing as we look at other cases that have gone public with other people who have done bigger crimes and they don't they don't get any at his they get a slap wanna raise it's just a is this the facts the athletes that was copd with the rape she'd he only did what six months uh which amply i forgot the dues named local six months sanford stanford six months for rake and it's down i'm saying i'm rod dirt bikes just in new york schilling on my way to a club a hosting and i get locked up for that for valley probation i'm only talking about it from him the i get it if i am him come on government but again i'm gonna move tiff no absolute understand but again you've got to realize this is rod bikes as part of who he is in philadelphia does it all so do you not really thinking in new york she cast understand when you come in new york she does is different these copses hip hop holy shit as israel these negative out they targeted you know what i'm saying like you gotta move different but we know we you so used to just do not at home when you would philias light you not peggy noonan wrong you're not strapped when you ride into baiano drugs are you thinking why we just ran a bike an like.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"That that that often doesn't uh he lied to the outcome that you want rather than scaring people it it puts it in this era area of rhetorical exchanged with the one thing we know about this president is nobody really vets the tweets nobody i think in this case vetted uh that the particular language he spoke at as if he was very proud that be saying just those words and unfortunately it's right in line with white peggy noonan wrote about last week in our column talking about how donald trump uh speaks loud leads speaks gruffly tries to be tough but at the end undercuts himself and actually looks weaker julie pace he also does go back to some borrowed phrases i know around the white house uh uh you you you follow the president and i'm sure you've seen some of the stories in heard some of the examples of where he's used the phrase the likes of which the world has never seen before i mean he's used them i think on corn prices since i'm sure at some point in a promotional video news use here we go the price of corn in jumped over fifty percent this will cause a jump in food prices perhaps beyond what we've ever seen nasty for the economy i'm sure at some point he also use that phrase for trump stakes i'm about to create sakes the likes of which the world has never seen unfortunately the international community is not quite as familiar with donald trump's approval.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Just making it work that's his job that is his job and he showed he could do the job by getting a back on the floor and then he dropped the ball if he wanted to fire everybody if he's wants to pick on jeff sessions if he wants to start all this controversy not the time to do it when you're central legislation of this term is on the floor it's bad politics so again ignore your ignore the the press i mean the press went nuts rightist cast peggy noonan i love peggy noonan i think she's one of the best political observers out there and i always say she that by what i love about her she writes like a girl she has a different way of looking at things than most male a columnist and most female colonists who were pretending to be male columnist begging in and as a kind of much more intuitive much warmer much gentler way of looking at things are really does a frequently maker more accurate but she just lost it on trump last week she wrote a did you see this com awesome north on like this listen to this listen to this the president's primary problem is a leader is not that he's impetuous brasher naive is not that these inexperienced crude an outsider is that he's week and snivelling it's the undermines himself almost daily by ignoring traditional norms and forms of american masculinity he's not strong as controlled not cool in tough not low key and determined he's whiny we beat as selfpitying he throws himself sobbing on the body politic he's a drama queen it was once said sarcastically of george hw bush that he reminded everyone of her first husband trump must remind people of their first wife actually his wife malania is tougher than he is whether stoicism and grace with him it's all whimpering accusation and fingerpointing nobody's nice to me why don't they appreciate me his public brutalizing of attorney general jeff sessions is in strong it's live.
"peggy noonan" Discussed on Common Sense with Dan Carlin
"And how if they were going to act on peggy noonan request to act responsibly and stop this how would they even begin to this is a machine i'm not sure they can turn off an in a there's a star trick episode isn't it funny how that happened the comes to mind the guy was the star of it on the guest star was a the dad of a guy went to school with of the lake great mansoura on his dad was michael answer any he it cling on in a star trek episode called the day of the dove the idea in the episode was that there was this alien entity that fed on hate and fear and that it had invaded the starship the enterprise and it was making the cling ons fight the federation people over and over again because it fed off the hate and then if at any time they started to if the hate started to die down the entity would do something to gene up the hate again right just to make sure nona we're whenever going to have any peace here and anytime anybody made an effort to overcome this than in our member like at one point they go from modern weapons and the entity create swords instead because it's even more visceral in the hate and the passion is even more strong but of course the the way that the story ends is that they managed to defeat the entity by um you know uniting in friendship and giving it exactly what it doesn't want if we decided today that we have the virtual equivalent of that like peggy noonan says in all the media entities that make money off his he got where they have to stop could day.