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  1. #1 Michael Savage calls for 'Nationalist' third party 
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    Conservative radio host Michael Savage spoke out against Republicans and Democrats alike on Sunday for pulling a "charade" on the American people, and called for a third political party.

    "We need a Nationalist party in the United States of America," Savage said on WABC's "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio," according to WND.

    The third-most widely heard talk show host, behind only Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity in ratings, explained a new, third "Nationalist" party could focus on "borders, language and culture."

    "There is no Republican Party," Savage told talk show host Aaron Klein. "It's an appendage of the Democrat machine, as we've all just seen. It's two-card Monte, as we well know. It's a game being played against the American people. You've got the drunk Boehner on the one side, and the quasi-pseudo-crypto Marxist on the other, who is really just enjoying the ride in Hawaii right now, representing his factions."

    The Los Angeles Times reported Saturday that Washington's budget battles show a widening divide in the GOP between its southern base and the rest of country. Almost 90 percent of Southern Republicans voted against the "fiscal cliff" compromise, while a majority of Republican representatives from outside the south supported the deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    I'm in.
    I don't like it when I find myself agreeing with talk show hosts that I don't particularly care for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I don't like it when I find myself agreeing with talk show hosts that I don't particularly care for.
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    Something like this will never work until you get rational high profile politicians on the bandwagon. I say rational because Ron Paul has set the Libertarian movement back 20 years and has pretty much portrayed the Libertarian Party as a bunch of pot smoking kooks. also, you might want to stay away from a term like "Nationalist". Too close to Nazi(National Socialist). Freedom Party or something similar would be best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Something like this will never work until you get rational high profile politicians on the bandwagon. I say rational because Ron Paul has set the Libertarian movement back 20 years and has pretty much portrayed the Libertarian Party as a bunch of pot smoking kooks. also, you might want to stay away from a term like "Nationalist". Too close to Nazi(National Socialist). Freedom Party or something similar would be best.
    You can start a new party or not, the Republicans are dead and the Democrats are not even an option.
    You will never bring conservatives together nationally under the Republican banner again, that has been made evident by the last two presidential elections.
    The Republicans are answering this dilemma by becoming more like the Democrats than ever, thus driving the last nails into the coffin.
    Conservatives can either stand by, watch, and cry or do something themselves. The liberal Republicans are not going to release the party for a rebuild and besides the brand has sustained too much damage.
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    Conservatism is far from dead, The Republican party is getting morphine shoved up it's butt at this stage.
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    Bring back the Whigs..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I don't like it when I find myself agreeing with talk show hosts that I don't particularly care for.
    Michael Savage is like a lot of people. You can listen to his show and agree with him for 55 minutes straight, and then he'll get whacky in the last 5 minutes. Since I can't think of any radio talk show host that I can bear to listen to for 55 minutes straight, then I can't really hold that against him.

    Look at us here. In truth, we have a great deal of common ground on issues and yet to say that we think alike would be a stretch. I think that god-based religions are bunk and that's a huge divide for some people. The bottom line on that is that as long as religion isn't expressed in legislation then webecool. But I also accept that some people simply can't keep their religion to themselves. They have a compulsion to share it. Tolerating that is part of the communal experience. If I don't want to listen to Jesus or ghetto babble or hippie talk or whatever.... I can go live in a cabin in the North Woods and order deliveries from the internet.

    No, I don't want to live in Nazi Germany but I don't believe in tossing out the baby with the bathwater. I have had fairly long conversations with people who support many nationalist policies that I support only to have them go off the deep end at some point lumping in gay people with illegal aliens (where do people get this idea that we're foreign?) or blaming everything on the Joos. Not only is that stupid, it really turns off huge portions of support by people who might otherwise like to see an America that is in control of its population, economy, and culture. As the ACLU says, the response to offensive speech is more speech. Don't walk around talking stupid shit and idolizing Hitler. He was a failure for god's sake. Besides, the dynamics are completely different. The US is huge. We don't need to be imperialist, we need a drawbridge. We don't need to expand our border, we need to enforce it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newshutr View Post
    Bring back the Whigs..
    Good point. The Whigs died with Zachary Taylor & Millard Filmore, though, and the thing that made the Republican party viable in 1858 was the fact that the Democrats split themselves along slavery lines. So the Republicans took people from both the Whig and Democratic parties, as well as the Know Nothing party (really) and several others.

    Lesson implied: In order to start a third party the platform must appeal to some Tea Party, some Republican, and some Democrats.
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