View Full Version : David Frum Leaving TNR

11-18-2008, 07:10 AM
Check out this video only if you have a strong stomach. A self-proclaimed party guy, trashing Palin yet again, insisting that the Limbaugh conservatives don't understand why the neocons lost the election.

Jesus! We have to send these idiots back to the Democrats. http://bloggingheads.tv/diavlogs/15940?in=37:30&out=40:14

Andrew Ryan
11-18-2008, 11:48 AM
I saw this guy on Washington Journal the other day. He's a dumbass.

zara oly
01-03-2009, 10:40 PM
Frum has to be remembered as the creator of the term, "axis of evil," courtesy of being Bush's speechwriter; also, with Richard Perle as co-author, for the book with the hyperbolic tile "The End of Evil." Haven't read the book but by all accounts the book is true to its title. A neocon prescription for all the evil on earth.

Obviously, Frum is of the mindset that the world is full of bad people (except! for Israel) and America is the bringer of all that is good. Now, we have to remember that Frum is from Canada. Of all places! Another Canuck wreaking havoc in America. Please, Canadian authorities, take Jim Carey, Mike Myers, and Frum back - particularly Frum.

Frum seems to be a master of annoyance, for some particular reason. Just when you think Frum would start edging towards obscurity, he comes back! persisting to annoy. Get this: Frum has created a new website, eliciting public responses for how the Republican party will look post-Bush. Just like the title of his book of neocon apotheosis, the title of Frum's website, "newmajority.com," reveals his neocon stripes in neon colors. It's Marxist. The word "bolshevik" in Russian means "majority." At American Enterprise Institute, where Frum concocts his devious machinations, his boss is Ben Wattenberg, proud author of his mid 70's The Real Majority (http://search.barnesandnoble.com/The-Real-Majority/Ben-J-Wattenberg/e/9781556112973), demonstrating that Marxism as a trait is almost genetic.

Here's a link to a post from Campaign for Liberty (http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog.php?view=5910) that sums up my thoughts on this particular topic, also, comes with a link to an NPR interview.

01-03-2009, 11:26 PM
Thanks for posting this.

03-13-2009, 07:36 PM
Frum is a douche. Ron Paul does not have a racist bone in his body.


Stewart seems honest, and is only a "socialist" because that has been the best option presented to him by what he is told are the best minds thinking about the subject.

Stewart had Ron Paul on once. He seemed to like him, and once he started asking deeper questions, it seemed the Stewart was honestly interested.

Then Stewart had David Frum on. Stewart brought up Ron Paul, and Frum said "If you knew what I know about him..." After going off camera, Frum brought up the newsletters. (I emailed Frum, stating that I was thinking of supporting Paul, but didn't know "what he knew", and he sent me a link to the slanderous article).

Stewart fell for it, hook, line and sinker - and I don't think he's really considered the limited government stance since that night - not because of any resistance to the ideas, but solely because there is a stigma attached to people who subscribe to those views.