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Saturday, March 6, 2010

Dick Armey Shocks Charlie Rose by Saying Most Important Offices in Washington Now Occupied by People with an "Aggressive Dislike" for American Heritage - Video

Here is video of Dick Armey on the Charlie Rose Show where Rose confronted him about a statement Armey made about the radicals that now occupy the key offices in Washington.

Armey said:
"Nearly every important office in Washington is occupied by someone with an aggressive dislike for our heritage, our freedom, our history, and our Constitution."

Rose was in disbelief at that statement, saying to Armey, "You cannot believe that?" Rose said that to Armey repeatedly. But Armey stood by the statement, pointing out that President Obama and those in power today are out to radically change the nation because they don't believe our heritage, freedom, history and Constitution are sufficient without being altered.


Anonymous,  March 6, 2010 at 4:25 PM  

Charlie is SHOCKED!, just SHOCKED!

Brian March 6, 2010 at 7:02 PM  

It is shocking to see someone speak bluntly and stand by what they say.

Blind Eye Jones,  March 6, 2010 at 8:56 PM  

I wish Charlie Rose would let Amery speak. He just kept repeating the one statement in total disbelief. We don't know who has this dislike and what kind of dislike it is because of Charlie’s constant interruption of Amery. Charlie thinks that Amery is intolerant to differences but Charlie cannot accept the possibility that one of the differences might be an "aggressive dislike" for our heritage. Once the conversation drifted onto neutral ground -- i.e., liking Democrats -- Charlie lets Amery speak at length.

Charlie Rose is your typical liberal. They’re all for tolerance and against fascism. But there is a problem with this -- the tolerant society fears to be perceived as fascists so they let all the fascists in so that nobody can accuse them of being fascists.

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