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“Trump is speaking in Philadelphia today on military matters. He’s doing quite well. I want to join a little bit of this in progress just to give you a flavor for how Trump is sounding today. Looking great, too… Getting a lot of applause here, announcing military reforms and upgrades. It’s a really good speech… I’m not hearing Trump cough, either. No coughs so far, not a one during this speech.”

“This piece is a shaming of the conservative intellectuals that comprise the Never Trump movement. It written at conservative intellectuals who say Trump is beneath them; they can’t stomach Trump, can’t possibly vote for Trump, it would be distastefully, personally unacceptable and so forth.”

“I could probably spend the whole program on this column, ‘The Flight 93 Election,’ because it is all about who we are and where we are as a country and as conservatives and the conservative movement, which are three different things.  Movement conservatives are different than just people living their lives as conservatives. There are people in the conservative movement who derive their standard of living from it, who earn their living as accredited members of it.”

“Conservatism, as has been applied the last 10 years, what do we have to show for it? We have a bunch of midterm election victories, but nothing done with them. And, if you’re really serious about how bad things are but you can’t find it in yourself to oppose Hillary Clinton, then you’re worthless.”

“How can you be a conservative and want Hillary Clinton to win? How can you be a conservative and want another eight years just like the previous eight?  How in the world can you want that?”

“There’s only one possible way to stop the downward trend we’re on, and that’s to beat Hillary Clinton, and the only way to do that is to vote for Donald Trump.”   

“I think voters see Hillary Clinton’s heart. But I could do with less phlegm, I can tell you that. I don’t know if there’s any heart there to be seen. I’m quasi-serious on that.”

“Can you separate your vote from support? If you can’t bring yourself to support Trump, can you at least vote for him to stop the downward trend that you all acknowledge is occurring?”

“There are people in the conservative movement who just can’t bring themselves to support Trump, vote Trump, say anything good about Trump, and they’ve made it known they’ll vote for Hillary. At the same time, they indicate that they’re trying to tell us that things are very bad. But if they’re willing to vote for Hillary they must not think they’re that bad.” 

“Culturally and morally and politically we’re in a swamp, we’re in a sewer, and we’re trending downward, and there’s no end in sight.” 

“Conservatism can’t just be an academic exercise when the country is hanging in the balance.”  

“You can sit there and you can enunciate conservatism all day, you can write conservatism all day, but if you’re not trying to get your ideas implemented, if you’re not actually trying to persuade people, if you’re not out there fighting for hearts and minds, if you’re just pontificating, then you can’t sit back and say, ‘Our ideas haven’t been tried.'” 

“Liberalism is just the easiest choice anybody can make.  All you have to do is pretend to care about things and say so.  Conservatism, all these values and principles of conservatism require action to implement, not just thought.” 

“Davos is the World Economic Forum and that’s where all of the elite — wealthiest of the wealthy — leftists go every February, to have an economic conference where they basically sit around and have a party. They contemplate how they can entrench themselves and the establishment even deeper and protect themselves even more from any outside influences. It’s a very exclusionary existence.”  

“We don’t have time to advance the ball. We’re too busy trying to stop the advance of the left.” 

“The left can’t wait to condemn this country. The left can’t wait to tell stories of how we have just made messes of things.” 

“We’re reacting to everything, and whatever the left proposes, we come up with an alternative.  They propose Obamacare, we propose health care but our way, done smarter. We never oppose them. We never say ‘no.’ We never say ‘stop.'”

“In 1994, we did a lot with the House of Representatives. The conservative agenda, the Contract with America, welfare reform. There was a lot done, and that’s frustrating, ’cause nothing was done beyond it.  In fact, efforts were made in the Republican Party to erase it.”

“Something that is not conservative in and of itself will become liberal.”

“Joe Biden said Hillary Clinton should let voters see her heart. What? She’s only been on the public scene for 30 years. What prompted that? That’s not good.”

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