View Full Version : Steve Deace: I bought into neocon groupthink... but interventionism has failed

06-15-2013, 03:15 PM

This is great. Spread it among conservatives!

06-15-2013, 03:52 PM
"I don't know what the answer is.". Yeah, he's just testing the waters. He didn't say anything, really, in this segment, so now he can just wait to see what listener feedback he gets and backtrack if need be, which he almost certainly will. This guy is so obsessed with and in love with Israel, it's unreal. He is not going to become a non-interventionist any time soon. He'd alienate virtually 100% of his idiot audience for one thing, and he's just too state-loving for another. That is my opinion. I find Deace annoying.

06-15-2013, 04:48 PM
Steve Deace is a propaganda pig... don't worry when the establishment/special interest comes a calling again, when it needs a hand on radio to put another ringer globalist politician in office, Deace will spew the propaganda to support. It was explained to him in detail, by numerous and credible people, over and over again what's going on. He ignored it and them, he ignored us, and either refuses to act or fails to comprehend.

Deace failed to act for justice of liberty, freedoms, rights, and the US Constitution, and acts upon special interests.

Let Deace rot in the Iowa corn fields.

06-15-2013, 04:52 PM
This not seem to be case of neocon-laundering done in same way as money-laundering is done.?
It is theoratically possible that Weiner Savage, Bill Maher, Beck, Jonnah Goldberg etc are honest born-again truth tellers and not media pimps.

Bastiat's The Law
06-15-2013, 05:16 PM
Deace has been coming our way on issues and has stated he was wrong and we were right.

06-16-2013, 02:42 PM
nice... some of these conservative talk show hosts are really coming around on foreign policy lately, Huckabee and Ingraham too

Huckabee: Bush was naive to assume democracy could be exported to Middle East


Laura Ingraham: Neoconservative view has clearly hurt the GOP (Rand Paul interview 3/08/13)


Rand Paul and Laura Ingraham agree on need for less interventionist foreign policy