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The New Blacklist

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My days as a political analyst at MSNBC have come to an end.

After 10 enjoyable years, I am departing, after an incessant clamor from the left that to permit me continued access to the microphones of MSNBC would be an outrage against decency, and dangerous.

The calls for my firing began almost immediately with the Oct. 18 publication of "Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?"

A group called Color of Change, whose mission statement says that it "exists to strengthen Black America's political voice," claimed that my book espouses a "white supremacist ideology." Color of Change took particular umbrage at the title of Chapter 4, "The End of White America."

Media Matters parroted the party line: He has blasphemed!

A Human Rights Campaign that bills itself as America's leading voice for lesbians, bisexuals, gays and transgendered people said that Buchanan's "extremist ideas are incredibly harmful to millions of LBGT people around the world."

Their rage was triggered by a remark to NPR's Diane Rehm — that I believe homosexual acts to be "unnatural and immoral."

On Nov. 2, Abe Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League, who has sought to have me censored for 22 years, piled on.

"Buchanan has shown himself, time and again, to be a racist and an anti-Semite," said Foxman. Buchanan "bemoans the destruction of white Christian America" and says America's shrinking Jewish population is due to the "collective decision of Jews themselves."

Well, yes, I do bemoan what Newsweek's 2009 cover called "The Decline and Fall of Christian America" and editor Jon Meacham described as "The End of Christian America." After all, I am a Christian.

And what else explains the shrinkage of the U.S. Jewish population by 6 percent in the 1990s and its projected decline by another 50 percent by 2050, if not the "collective decision of Jews themselves"?

Let error be tolerated, said Thomas Jefferson, "so long as reason is left free to combat it." What Foxman and ADL are about in demanding that my voice be silenced is, in the Jeffersonian sense, intrinsically un-American.

Consider what it is these people are saying.

They are saying that a respected publisher, St. Martin's, colluded with me to produce a racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic book, and CNN, Fox News, C-SPAN, Fox Business News and the 150 radio shows on which I appeared failed to detect its evil and helped to promote a moral atrocity.

If my book is racist and anti-Semitic, how did Sean Hannity, Erin Burnett, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Megyn Kelly, Lou Dobbs and Ralph Nader miss that? How did Charles Payne, African-American host on Fox radio, who has interviewed me three times, fail to detect its racism?

How did Michael Medved miss its anti-Semitism?

In a 2009 cover story in the Atlantic, "The End of White America?" from which my chapter title was taken, professor Hua Hsu revels in the passing of America's white majority.

At Portland State, President Clinton got a huge ovation when he told students that white Americans will be a minority in 2050.

Is this writer alone forbidden to broach the subject?

That homosexual acts are unnatural and immoral has been doctrine in the Catholic Church for 2,000 years.

Is it now hate speech to restate traditional Catholic beliefs?

Documented in the 488 pages and 1,500 footnotes of "Suicide of a Superpower" is my thesis that America is Balkanizing, breaking down along the lines of religion, race, ethnicity, culture and ideology, and that Western peoples are facing demographic death by century's end.

Are such subjects taboo? Are they unfit for national debate?

So it would seem. MSNBC President Phil Griffin told reporters, "I don't think the ideas that (Buchanan) put forth (in his book) are appropriate for the national dialogue, much less on MSNBC."

In the 10 years I have been at MSNBC, the network has taken heat for what I have written, and faithfully honored our contract.

Yet my four-months' absence from MSNBC and now my departure represent an undeniable victory for the blacklisters.

The modus operandi of these thought police at Color of Change and ADL is to brand as racists and anti-Semites any writer who dares to venture outside the narrow corral in which they seek to confine debate.

All the while prattling about their love of dissent and devotion to the First Amendment, they seek systematically to silence and censor dissent.

Without a hearing, they smear and stigmatize as racist, homophobic or anti-Semitic any who contradict what George Orwell once called their "smelly little orthodoxies." They then demand that the heretic recant, grovel, apologize, and pledge to go forth and sin no more.

Defy them, and they will go after the network where you work, the newspapers that carry your column, the conventions that invite you to speak. If all else fails, they go after the advertisers.

I know these blacklisters. They operate behind closed doors, with phone calls, mailed threats and off-the-record meetings. They work in the dark because, as Al Smith said, nothing un-American can live in the sunlight.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of "Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?" To find out more about Patrick Buchanan and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.

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Call me stupid. I don't watch MSNBC and I don't agree with many of your statements or conclusions, in fact, I'm not even sure when this column was written. But are they frigging crazy? You have every reason to feel hurt and outraged.
Why would we shut down the voice of someone who doesn't agree with us? What happened to keep your friends close and your enemies closer. I want to know what others are truly thinking, not only the politically correct or the educationally challenged or like-minded people. As you allude, I guess we stopped burning books and started burning the authors. I really enjoyed your Feb 7 column "WHO WANTS WAR WITH IRAN". You laid the facts out in a coherent, neutral, easy to read format and gave me an Ah Hah moment. I knew the GOP take on Iran was wrong and I know they are the war-monger party, just couldn't put all the pieces together as to why it was wrong. I assumed they wouldn't nuke Israel because they would be nuking and contaminating themselves and the entire region and they're not going to do that.
Comment: #1
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:56 PM
Call me stupid. I don't watch MSNBC and I don't agree with many of your statements or conclusions, in fact, I'm not even sure when this column was written. But are they frigging crazy? You have every reason to feel hurt and outraged.
Why would we shut down the voice of someone who doesn't agree with us? What happened to keep your friends close and your enemies closer. I want to know what others are truly thinking, not only the politically correct or the educationally challenged or like-minded people. As you allude, I guess we stopped burning books and started burning the authors. I really enjoyed your Feb 7 column "WHO WANTS WAR WITH IRAN". You laid the facts out in a coherent, neutral, easy to read format and gave me an Ah Hah moment. I knew the GOP take on Iran was wrong and I know they are the war-monger party, just couldn't put all the pieces together as to why it was wrong. I assumed they wouldn't nuke Israel because they would be nuking and contaminating themselves and the entire region and they're not going to do that.
Comment: #2
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:57 PM
demecra zydeem I agree with you. I don't subscribe to much of what Mr. Buchanan has to say but I RESPECT his right to say it. I can choose on my own if I watch him or read what he has written. I don't want someone deciding for me.
Comment: #3
Posted by: nmb7401
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:17 PM
An outrage! Too many have fought and died for the freedom of all Americans. Anyone who buys inti this is very misguided.
Comment: #4
Posted by: Teresa
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:29 PM
An outrage! Too many have fought and died for the freedom of all Americans. Anyone who buys inti this is very misguided.
Comment: #5
Posted by: Teresa
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:29 PM
Pat, Judge Napolitano and Colmes should team up for a fair and balanced show on Fox.
Comment: #6
Posted by: Karl Malik
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:31 PM
I believe the most important, and central, point to this column is that the first amendment has become only for the political and cultural left. They can't compete on ideas because they have none that make sense or aren't corrupt so they silence those who oppose their views. They aren't ashamed of it and make no apologies to anyone.

This has been growing along with the politically correct idiocy for many years. With the incrementalism employed by the political left it will eventually take over our culture and destroy it. I think we'll be lucky to make it to 2025.

Comment: #7
Posted by: Sparky
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:52 PM
i don't think anyone is restricting your speech or editing what you say.

i think we live in free markets. and the free market decided your thoughts and disapproval of the lives of hard-working gay Americans is not profitable.

Hooray for free-markets!
Comment: #8
Posted by: derek
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:53 PM
Dear Pat! You're one of the fairest and deepest thinkers living in this country. You go out of your way to be fair while sticking to your principles. With that said, MSNBC is worthless and always will be. Leave that cesspit to Maddow et al.
Comment: #9
Posted by: Bud359
Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:54 PM
"Why would we shut down the voice of someone who doesn't agree with us?"
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Oh ... you're serious? Um, because you're liberals. Any other questions?
Comment: #10
Posted by: RoryTors
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:00 PM
What is hilarious is that the Pat Buchanan on the ill-informed MSNBC panels is NOT the ultra-right winger (as labelled in his 1992 Presidential run), but comes across as a senior statesman because he lived though & recollects ACTUAL history - not whatever warped remembrance that other MSNBC panelists have. I personally think that they KNEW they were being embarrassed by their lack of knowledge when they were constantly shown up by Pat Buchanan (of all people), & this is their excuse for jettisoning him.
Comment: #11
Posted by: Pablo
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:04 PM
Fighting the military industrial complex will always be censored, until people actually see war is not a means. Till then, fools and sheep will abound, and perhaps until they are left with but a pile of irradiated sand to stand upon.
Follow the money...it ends at the graveyard.
Comment: #12
Posted by: Doc Holiday
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:09 PM
Re: democrat zydeem "You know they are the war-monger party".

We're the Democrat administrations that got the US involved in WWI, WWII, Korea and Viet-Nam also "war Mongers"?
Comment: #13
Posted by: Rick Evans
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:10 PM
Re: democrat zydeem "You know they are the war-monger party".

We're the Democrat administrations that got the US involved in WWI, WWII, Korea and Viet-Nam also "war Mongers"?
Comment: #14
Posted by: Rick Evans
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:10 PM
What happened, wouldn't Pat read the Media Matters Script like he was ordered by MSNBC to do?
Comment: #15
Posted by: lblanks
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:15 PM
And that's how communists work: freedom of speech for everyone as long as you say what they want to hear.
Comment: #16
Posted by: V.L.
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:16 PM
This is sooo unAmerican. What ever happened to the saying, "I don't like what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it?". Pat Buchanan is a smart guy who states his positions thoughtfully and succinctly. Is the left so daft that they can't defend their positions? No, they're not daft, they just can't win the argument.

It is only total submission to tyranny that these people will lead us to.

May God help us.
Comment: #17
Posted by: Just a Guy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:20 PM
Well, Buchanan is right about some things, and wrong about some things: wrong above all about branding homosexuality as "immoral and unnatural"--for in fact it would be immoral and unnatural for a homosexual is to engage in heterosexual sex, since it isn't in his or her nature; just as it would be for a heterosexual to engage in homosexuality. It really is amazing how even apparently intelligent people are purposefully stupid in this matter: they let their prejudices get in the way of their objectivity.
Comment: #18
Posted by: Craig Eliot
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:23 PM
What is called Political Correctness has in effect ended honesty in discussing almost all issues of values, nationalism, religion, what racism really is (for example, people who believe in border security are NOT racist, just citizens).
Any time logic interferes with the leftist ideology, the speaker of logic is called racist, saves trying to think. CNN dropped Lou Dobbs, and MSNBC dropped you, so get together on a Fox News show of your own and tell facts that will drive the name callers crazy. They do hate common sense.
Comment: #19
Posted by: Alex Mackenzie
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:24 PM
Pat as much of what you write and espouse I disagree with, you have some very accurate observations of problems in our country and I am very disappointed with MSNBC. Also where is Joe on this issue?
Comment: #20
Posted by: Trevor Trinkaus
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:24 PM
Pat was a great asset to the the liberal MSNBC. Just because he believed in and voiced a different point of view he was run out of the place. I'm sure that they will replace him with someone more centrist like Maxine Waters or Maybe an Al Sharpton. Make fun of Fox all day long but the do allow veiws of poeple that don't share thier values.
Comment: #21
Posted by: Brian
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:27 PM
Re: derek
Spoken as any good lib referring to a conservative voice being silenced. But, let that happen to a liberal and listen to the screams of censorship and prejudice.
Comment: #22
Posted by: Daniel Brown
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:28 PM
You actually sound surprised they did this. You should have seen this coming during the Bush years. Remember all that criticism of Bush you offered? That's right. They were using you. Creep.
Comment: #23
Posted by: ObamaisEvil
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:34 PM
Re: derek
Completely false derek, a couple of allied blacklister organizations were able to bring MSNBC to their knees. This is not market forces, this is the ability of the very fringe left to smear a person and force them off the air. In fact, market forces are going the other way on this one, "Suicide of a Superpower" is #4 on the NYT bestseller list. Maybe you clowns can get it blacklisted from the NYT list? Good luck.
Comment: #24
Posted by: cburn
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:37 PM
I have attempted to watch MSNBC numerous times but when some talkinghead spokeperson would spout their extremely opiniated and have all their "guests" reply in the same vein, I knew it was time to switch. I guess if you are a far left liberal, this is the main TV channel for you to watch. If you are middle of the road, a person desperately needed here in the US, this is not the drivvel you need to watch
grey fox which means I have seen the democtatic party switch from a reasonable party to one made up of representatives screming that the republicans are demons and another saying we need to sign this to find out what is in the law.
GOD SAVE US FROM OURSELVES
Comment: #25
Posted by: Donald Barry
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:40 PM
Pat you have done your part in left wing MSNBC -media matters Soros White House network.Thanks for your insight on the truth which NBC cannot stand. You are right on about the left wing agenda of the Queers and lesbo their act are unnatural and immoral and on top of that the acts are sin aganoist their bodies which God created. We know you will rise to the top on another level. Thanks for exposing the perverse agenda of Obamanation. I am convinced that he is demon possessed and has demonic agenda to destroy America and to make it a socialist,communist state
Comment: #26
Posted by: Tall Tal
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:42 PM
It is interesting how the left loves to castigate conservatives as Fascist but then turn their thought police loose on anyone who dares to challenge the orthodoxy of liberal group think. I was a fan of Morning Joe because of the fact that there was discussion of opposing points of view with Joe and Pat on there. Since Pat left and Joe sold out for ratings the show is unwatchable. Buchanan is unacceptable but Reverend Al can spew his nonsense while;e not paying his taxes? Good bye MSNBC, hello Fox Business.
Comment: #27
Posted by: Emmanuel Goldstien
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:44 PM
I see this sort of thing happening far to often lately. What I don't see is any suggestions of what we, as a people, can do about it. How can we effectively fight this? We can't. do we lose? Do the liberal progressive communists win?
Comment: #28
Posted by: bruce brinkmann
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:45 PM
I have not read the book and cannot honestly comment whether its content is racist, homophobic or Antisemitic, neither am I a leftist trying to suppress a conservative message. I am a Jew who recognizes that Pat Buchanan is an anti-Semite pure and simple.
For example, when Elena Kagan was nominated for the Supreme Court most conservatives (including me) opposed her nomination because, based on her history it was clear that she would be an activist justice who would change the meaning of the constitution to fit the progressive agenda. Pat Buchanan had a different reason, there are too many Jews on the Supreme Court.
....Not since Thurgood Marshall, 43 years ago, has a Democratic president chosen an African-American. The lone sitting black justice is Clarence Thomas, nominated by George H. W. Bush. And Thomas was made to run a gauntlet by Senate liberals.
Indeed, of the last seven justices nominated by Democrats JFK, LBJ, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, one was black, Marshall; one was Puerto Rican, Sonia Sotomayor. The other five were Jews: Arthur Goldberg, Abe Fortas, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan.
If Kagan is confirmed, Jews, who represent less than 2 percent of the U.S. population, will have 33 percent of the Supreme Court seats.
Buchanan made almost the same statement in 2007, but that time it was about the Senate:
"If you want to know ethnicity and power in the United States Senate, 13 members of the Senate are Jewish folks who are from 2 percent of the population. That is where real power is at.." ("The McLaughlin Group," Feb. 2, 2007).
Probably the most harmless statement Buchanan ever made was to perpetuate the Myth that the Jews controls foreign policy.
In Buchanan's essay "Whose War" he blames the Iraq war on a bunch of mostly Jewish public figures such as Bill Kristol, Paul Wolfowitz, Max Boot, and Richard Perle. Buchanan charges those public figures with "colluding with Israel to ignite wars and destroy the Oslo Accords. We charge them with deliberately damaging U.S. relations with every state in the Arab world that defies Israel or supports the Palestinian people's right to a homeland of their own." He goes on to say, "For whose benefit these endless wars in a region that holds nothing vital to America save oil, which the Arabs must sell us to survive? Who would benefit from a war of civilizations between the West and Islam? Answer: one nation, one leader, one party. Israel, Sharon, Likud." ( The American Conservative Whose War?, A neoconservative clique seeks to ensnare our country in a series of wars that are not in America's interest. by Patrick J. Buchanan, March 24, 2003 issue)
Actually it was Sharon that warned Bush NOT to invade Iraq, actually every Israeli Prime Minister after Rabin has endorsed a two state solution--not one Palestinian leader has endorsed the idea of the Jewish State of Israel.
Buchanan is also a holocaust denier, he challenged the historical record that thousands of Jews were gassed to death by diesel exhaust at Treblinka:
"Diesel engines do not emit enough carbon monoxide to kill anybody." -New Republic, 10/22/90
If Buchanan was attacking any other group he would have been fired long ago, yet he is allowed to continue spewing his hatred But Jews have company on Buchanan's hate list, the Blacks.
Racial Segregation “In the late 1940's and 1950's…race was never a preoccupation with us, we rarely thought about it…. There were no politics to polarize us then, to magnify every slight. The ‘Negroes' of Washington had their public schools, restaurants, bars, movie houses, playgrounds and churches; and we had ours.” - Right From the Beginning (1990)
Back in 1991 he accused David Duke of Theft. "David Duke is busy stealing from me. I have a mind to go down there and sue that dude for intellectual property theft." - Manchester, NH Union Leader, December 15, 1991
In 1969, Buchanan urged Nixon not to visit King's widow, Coretta Scott King, because he felt, "It would outrage many, many people who believe Dr. King was a fraud and a demagogue, and perhaps worse. ... It does not seem to be in the interests of national unity for the president to lend his national prestige to the argument that this divisive figure is a modern saint memo dated April 1, 1969, quoted in AP wire story: Buchanan's Positions ... In His Own Words Charleston Gazette March 03, 1996.
The late William F Buckley Jr confirmed that Pat Buchanan was a bigot. In an article called in Search of Anti-Semitism" December 31, 1991,Buckley, concluded, that Buchanan was indeed an anti-Semite:
I find it impossible to defend Pat Buchanan against the charge that what he did and said during the period under examination amounted to anti-Semitism, whatever it was that drove him to say and do it: most probably, an iconoclastic temperament.
Comment: #29
Posted by: Jeff Dunetz
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:49 PM
Pat, I'm going to be honest with you. You've been living among a nest of snakes for 10 years and now you finally got bit. Congratulations, how did you think this would end if not with you getting bit? There's a lesson in all of this. Learn from it.
Comment: #30
Posted by: Yak Rider
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:51 PM
Pat, I'm going to be honest with you. You've been living among a nest of snakes for 10 years and now you finally got bit. Congratulations, how did you think this would end if not with you getting bit? There's a lesson in all of this. Learn from it.
Comment: #31
Posted by: Yak Rider
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:51 PM
Pat, I'm going to be honest with you. You've been living among a nest of snakes for 10 years and now you finally got bit. Congratulations, how did you think this would end if not with you getting bit? There's a lesson in all of this. Learn from it.
Comment: #32
Posted by: Yak Rider
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:51 PM
Re: Karl Malik
I doubt anyone would want to team up with Colmes-he is the most vitriol despicable lacking any class individual I ever heard who wouldn't hesitate to make a remark insulting a woman indicating it was her menstrual cycle that influenced her statement.....and I was being polite in reciting what he really said!
Comment: #33
Posted by: brassia
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:52 PM
Re: derek
Actually, the markets didn't decide anything. A plutocrat did. Paul Griffin removed him from the air, and Pat resigned. You read the quote, it wasn't a "market" decision. It was an ideological one. So your comment about the markets is decidedly a red herring. It tries to attribute to "markets" the acts of a handful of pressure groups and an individual decision maker. Markets decide when I put my product out there and no one wants to buy it. Like poop flavored Pez. But Pat manifestly was being supported by his audience. It took a directed political attack to pressure MSNBC into doing something that they had somehow failed to do for 10 years, a lifetime in broadcast journalism.
Now, a President has to deal with his CEO, his board, and shareholders, and at MSNBC I doubt they'll cry anything but crocodile tears over the loss of Buchanan. But censor him they did, and it was a command decision, having nothing to do with the markets, which had seen fit to watch Pat on MSNBC for a very long time.
Think much? You should try it sometime.
Comment: #34
Posted by: Kinist
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:54 PM
Why is it that everyone knows for years that Buchanan is a racist and anti-semite, 'cept for ol' Pat himself?
Comment: #35
Posted by: Buffy Helmet
Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:56 PM
It's obvious to me that MSNBC "used" Mr. Buchanan so they could claim "morning Joe" as their own "fair and balanced" to compete with the Fox morning show. It was a great concept and between Buchanan and Joe Scarborough the pulled it off. However, once the popularity grew, they found a reason to get rid of Buchanan and have now forced Scarborough to play the straight man while all the Libs on the show make him look stupid.......before long it will just be "mornings with Mika"....
Comment: #36
Posted by: Joe S
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:00 PM
I don't imagine there are too many people who watch MSNBC---on purpose. It happens that the cable network we subscribe to carries it. It is the most annoying, uninformed, biased and blatantly leftist station I have ever had the misfortune of watching. Much worse than our CBC (Canada) At least they on occasion, have moments of intelligence and clarity. When I saw Mr. Pat Buchanan on MSNBC a few times I was amazed. A voice of reason and thought. He sounded much different and refreshing to listen to. Is it surprising that they let him go? If our cable company won't replace this station with something worthwhile watching we are switching to another cable company.
Comment: #37
Posted by: Anne
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:00 PM
Does anyone really watch MSNBC? The Food Channel has more viewers! It's OK Pat, now you can go work at FOX....#1 in cable news for TEN years.
P.S. Kudos to you. The new book will get a nice bump in sales over this.
Comment: #38
Posted by: NukeBaby
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:03 PM
dear Pat,
You've touched a nerve obviously. My heart tells me you are not what you've been characterized as. Rational thought really upsets the Maddow's and Sharptons.
I also read a lot of comments on these sites and there are lots of really ugly evil thoughts that are disseminated through the open unmoderated posts on the internet. I wish you would speak to the irrational Holocaust deniers and neo- nazis that dominate that realm. Again my heart tells me you are an intellectual dedicated to honest open debate and not a worthy target of these groups like ADL, but the ADL needs to exist because of growing evil and ignorance.
I know a brain like yours will find it's way back to the national stage and it is MSNBC's loss. Frankly I don't know how you sat through Morning Joe or Maddow with a straight face. Let them find another foil and find yourself a spot on a higher rated network where you belong.
Comment: #39
Posted by: Jon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:03 PM
What Pat has been saying is what was explained in the movie Agenda and is the same as outlined in Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, regardless if that books was written by G-d despising Jews or fabricated by the Communists. What Joseph Stalin said may just happen: His quote from the book Joseph Stalin: Memoirs of a Leftist Madman

(America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life: but America will collapse from within.
Comment: #40
Posted by: John
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:04 PM
Re: derek

Spoken with the calm assurance of someone who has no idea what free markets are or how they actually work. No mention in the article that his ratings were bad or that MSNBC's revenues were otherwise being adversely effected, just the usual artificial orchestrated outrage of the usual suspects. Nothing free there sparky.
Comment: #41
Posted by: Mark Meed
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:06 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz
I hope I haven't had my head in the sand about Buchanan. I've always looked the other way and not really held every statement to scrutiny. What you've documented is pretty indicting.
Comment: #42
Posted by: Jon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:14 PM
Jon its all legit and sourced
Comment: #43
Posted by: Jeff Dunetz
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:18 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz
Thanks Jeff, cogent, intelligent, irrefutable. I was going to actually support Mr. Buchanan (though I rarely agree with him), until I read all these posts from those who sympathize with him. I watch "The McLaughlin Report" and sometimes actually do agree with him on world affairs, but as an Irish-American (mostly) gay, liberal whose great Grandfather was an Austrian Jew (Adolphus Sinsheimer) I can't support this kind of cr*p. Mr. Buchanan, you need to live with your words, my final one: Bu-bye!
Comment: #44
Posted by: Judy Scott
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:26 PM
Pat Buchanan is right about nearly everything that he says. But whether you agree with him or not, he certainly provides reasons and arguments to justify his positions.
Now he should not even be able to voice reasons, arguments, and positions?
MSNBC has never had much credibility but at least with Pat on board they could feign respect for opposing views.
Ron Paul / Pat Buchanan is the ticket I would vote for above any other.
I will never watch MSNBC again.
Comment: #45
Posted by: Fellow Traveler
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:32 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz Ah! Spoken by one of our good israeli supporting friends who can do nothing wrong --

it's not wrong to spy on us, it's not wrong to soak up our foreign aid, it's not wrong to whine and moan until we attack Iraq, since they are about to clobber you, it's not wrong to sink our ship and kill our Navy and intelligence personnel.

Since you support "our very good jewish friend" please enlighten me on JUST ONE THING that Israel has ever done for the United States, except BE ON THE TAKE! Name JUST ONE PEACE AGREEMENT in which Israel has ever kept its word.

Name just ONE AMERICAN that deserves the constant guilt game for the horrors of WW II. Long live free speech, Pat, don't let the jerks get you down. No one with a brain watches MSNBC anyway.
Comment: #46
Posted by: NormH
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:35 PM
Buchanan spent 10 years with the Democrat party's television channel. What did he think was going to happen?
Comment: #47
Posted by: steveb
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:40 PM
Re: demecra zydeem

GOP a warmonger party? WWI-Wilson (D), WWII-Roosevelt/Truman (D), Korea-Truman (D), Vietnam- Kennedy/Johnson (D). Yep sounds like the GOP are warmongers.

Comment: #48
Posted by: Pete
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:43 PM
The left, the jews, and many other factions fear Pat because he tells the truth and makes sense. He is a master of the english language. He is blunt, and tells it like it is. He has great experience. He was an advisor for previous Presidents of the United States. He understands this country. Nothing in his book is not true. That's why they are scared. That's why they want him sensored. It would be totally understandable if they could point out one untruth in his book. Just one inaccuracy in his book. But they cannot. Whether or not it is true or not does not matter any more. If they don't like what you say, you better watch out. They will not stop until they take you down. Therefore he is a threat and must be silenced. It is very sad that MSNBC after all of these years gave in to the jewish and black extremists. They have been trying to discredit him for years. I hope Pat will continue to press on and share his truthful insight of America and the politics that lie within. Pat rules!
Comment: #49
Posted by: keith
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:46 PM
Let me add that this "website" is the WORST HUMP OF DUMP on the FFS'ing planet.
Comment: #50
Posted by: Dooky
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:48 PM
Re: Dooky

But for the record, PMSNBC is NOT worthy!
Comment: #51
Posted by: Dooky
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:50 PM
I posted defending him, but I can't defend him, he is highly intelligent, certainly observing that agnostic secular Jewish people have stopped having children , which is obvious to me as I'm living it and it's all around me, that's not anti-Jewish. But my grandmother used to say " show me who your friends are and Ill show you who you are...." and the clamor of Jew haters has already started on this page which up to few minutes ago was polite discourse. Pat until you you shoot these whacks down I can't support you anymore. These paulbots are on every comments page spouting the same messages verbatim, I heard Einsten couldn't even tie his shoelaces? That's my favorite one. Pat this is chance to prove yourself. There is no honest person in the world that can deny the deeds of Hitler. That's my "red line."
Comment: #52
Posted by: Jon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:52 PM
Re: RoryTors
Both the right and left censor and blacklist. I've been on a 'conservative' ban list since running for congress in 2002. All of the 'mainstream conservative' websites ban me. Hannity, red state, cbs, the major London newspapers and so on. Blacklisting is common practice on the right as well as the left.
Comment: #53
Posted by: David
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:53 PM
Re: keith
the "left" doesn't have to discredit him ... he does a good job all by himself, with racist and bigoted people like you and others here cheering him on.
being a principled conservative does not mean being a racist, anti semitic, homopohbic hatemonger ... some of y'all seem a bit confused on that point.
Comment: #54
Posted by: Mister Neutron
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:54 PM
Re: Jon
And quoting Al Smith isn't very helpful. He died of terrible sunburn.
Comment: #55
Posted by: Jon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:55 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz i THOUGHT kAGAN WAS SPANISH AS SHE SAID THEY ARE SUPERIOR TO A WHITE MANS THINKING, if she is jewish why do alot of jews preach racism towards whites, is that a hate left over for the tribes of israel
Comment: #56
Posted by: m sadler
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:59 PM
Re: Jon

Well said!
Comment: #57
Posted by: keith
Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:59 PM
Re: derek
I believe there are more Americans that agree with Pat Buchanan than agree with you.
There are still men of honor who believe in the sanctity of marriage,understand that our country is being invaded, and believe that our Constitution is the basis of American society.
Let those without sin, cast the first stone......and I seriously doubt that you should cast any stone, but then you do have that right because, the First Amendment gives you that right.
Comment: #58
Posted by: Wendy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:01 PM
After reading this I can only laugh at how ridiculous America is becoming, while being disturbed at how rapid its descent has been from the values which made it great, the greatest being FREE SPEECH. I am a self professed progressive who routinely watched Morning Joe on MSNBC. Well no longer, many times I found reason to disagree with Pat's opinions on matters on matters socially but I always respected that his arguments were made from a experienced and considered position. If we fail to listen to what men like Pat we will be destined to repeat the follies in our especially with regards to our foreign policies.
Comment: #59
Posted by: bARRY
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:03 PM
Re: Mister Neutron

Please list anything that is not true in his book. Then you can call him a racist or bigot, and call myself a racist or bigot. You did not mention anything in his book that was not true.
Comment: #60
Posted by: keith
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:03 PM
Joe Scarborough is always telling the viewers how he is a real conservative. Joe, I call on you and the other conservatives on MSNBC to take a stand in Pat's defense. How about it, Peggy Noonan? You can both afford to be the leaders you profess to be..... Or you can continue to cash the checks. What would Jefferson or Washington or Monroe do? They'd quit immediatelly!
Comment: #61
Posted by: Crazy Harry
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:06 PM
There is nothing more hated by the left than truth. Color of Change is a jack-booted regressive organization and MSNBC better tow their line. Pat is wasting his time on MSNBC whose only audience are the regressives anyway.
Comment: #62
Posted by: LydiaLydia
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:07 PM
As one who has himself been censored by the lunatics on the left we should all stand strong and proud with Mr. Buchanan. The left is only tolerant when it is their own "pre-approved group tolerance", the left only defends "free speech" when it is their own "pre-approved speech", the left is only pro "choice" when the "choice" has already been chosen by them as the "correct" choice.
Wake up America, the media matters crowd and msnbc censors only make up less than 20 percent of this country yet because of their allies in the minion media get to spread their filth across the entire country presented as "mainstream" when it is anything but.
Last week it was mandated "free" contraception, this week it's mandated censorship of opposing ideas, next week......
Niemoller rings so, so true right now:
First they came for the communists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.

Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.

Then they came for me
and there was no one left to speak out for me.

Speak out America, speak out now, or forever see your voice silenced by the "correct" and the "chosen".
Comment: #63
Posted by: Geoff Caldwell
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:16 PM
Run to the sound of the guns, Pat! This is a white Christian Country! You're the only pundit with a sense of humor. I'm thinking about a spot for you. How about the niche after Olbermann on Al Gore's network? Do not go to Fox. The place is not respectable. You were bound to raise hackles complaining about a multicultural world, particularly when there is no way of preventing the arrival of that world. It never made sense to try to change the multicultural direction the US has been heading for. So what did you think your book would accomplish? It would raise awareness? Yes, and raise a few hackles too. Its hard to determine whether you're sounding the gun for an attempt to reign in this new world you speak of in your book, or just describing the phenomena. That's what worries the minorities so much.., is this man calling for a pogrom to destroy us? Corporations worry about such talk on mediums they are responsible for and control. I expect you'll land somewhere that is comfortable, Pat. Godspeed!
Comment: #64
Posted by: Mike
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:17 PM
Dear Pat,

Proudly wear the MSNBC ejection as a badge of honor.

Note to my fellow US Citizens: Never ever vote for a Democrat again – Never! Ever!
Comment: #65
Posted by: Brodave
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:19 PM
Re: derek
Spoken like a true liberal. You are so blind. There is no free speech anymore, especially on NBC, AND MSNBC. I stopped watching the blatantly biased MSNBC years ago. They do everything but drool over everything Obama says or does. They're so politically correct they discriminate against everyone who doesn't agree with their liberal PC agendas. Chris Matthews should be ashamed to call himself a Catholic.
Don't worry Pat.....Fox will give you a show and you won't be harassed by Gay Liberals or your thoughts of the end of White America. My 16 year old son is terrified that he won't get into a good college because he's WHITE. If he sees all the bias towards whites at his age, there must be something to it.
Comment: #66
Posted by: Concerned Catholic
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:22 PM
Thank god no one watches msnbc I do once in a while just to get a good laugh.pat get a real job at FOX .w
Here all the non socialists wan
T real news. Jim
Comment: #67
Posted by: Jim
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:22 PM
Buchanan is a historian and patriot first and foremost. He is being called a bigot by those who disagree with his views. Jewish interests are over-represented in media and American politics in proportion to the population. This is a simple fact. Those who do not like him pointing out this fact, label him anti-semetic. With people of color, Buchanan pointing out and prediciting the complications from our population becoming divided by race and religion (Balkanized), has precedence in history and is also a keen observation on his part. Those who do not like that observation being made have also taken to calling him racist and challenge his right to free speech. To be honest, I think there was more shame in Buchanan associating himself with a network like MSNBC than his being banned from appearing on it, since any network that proudly features non-talents such as Keith Olberman and Maddow cannot possibly be taken seriously or be worth associating with. MSNBC is comical at best. Pat Buchanan is a patriot. He puts the interests of the United States of America and its long held principles above all else. He rails against groups of people whose primary motivation is greed, self-advancement and polarizing politics. Certain groups of people consider themselves many things before they consider themselves Americans and these people will bring the country down with their divisive, self-centered, priorities. Pat Buchanan has a problem with that, as do I, and many others. Just because something is true it doesn't mean it's bigotry to highlight that truth. I think a tale many people would do well to revisit is the boy who cried wolf... if you keep labeling everything you don't like as racist or anti-semetic, it desensitizes society at large to such claims and the great danger in this is when there is legitimate anti-semitism or racism, it will not be taken seriously and that's a shame.
Comment: #68
Posted by: Alex
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:25 PM
This will be the best thing that happens to Pat. I think you are one of the best political minds today. Please go to
fox network where you will kill msnbc on the ratings.
Comment: #69
Posted by: carl dyer
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:26 PM
Who really cares what MSNBC does? Look at their ratings along with the rest of the old line MSM sans Fox? If you truly know what is going on in the world...not just the PC crap that passes for news-then you do not need the MSM for anything. I have to go to foreign publications if I want to know what is going on...the US Press is simply dead...Bravo Pat, ignore these people, believe most of the rest of the thinking world does as well...
Comment: #70
Posted by: RussRamey6
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:35 PM
Who really cares what MSNBC does? Look at their ratings along with the rest of the old line MSM sans Fox? If you truly know what is going on in the world...not just the PC crap that passes for news-then you do not need the MSM for anything. I have to go to foreign publications if I want to know what is going on...the US Press is simply dead...Bravo Pat, ignore these people, believe most of the rest of the thinking world does as well...
Comment: #71
Posted by: RussRamey6
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:35 PM
"Their rage was triggered by a remark to NPR's Diane Rehm — that I believe homosexual acts to be "unnatural and immoral.""

That's the Left's concept of "diversity." Think and do exactly what they say... or else.

On some level, you really have to marvel at the way the Left systematically alters the English language. Sustainability. Liberal. Progressive. Diversity. Justice. Fairness. None of these words mean what you think they mean when employed by the Left.
Comment: #72
Posted by: Stan
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:39 PM
McCarthyism anyone...?
The Left hates free speech. They have eliminated opposition opinions in education, in hollywood, in the media... We will be Cuba soon, or Venezuela.
Hopefully FOX will hire you, as they did when Juan Williams got fired by the left.
As Orwell said, During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

BO
Comment: #73
Posted by: Buck Ofama
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:40 PM
MSNBC--you mean someone watches it? I am amazed.
Comment: #74
Posted by: Maira
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:40 PM
Re: derek

Free market? You're joking? Right?
Comment: #75
Posted by: James
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:43 PM
Re: derek
I do not have a problem with what two consenting adults do behind the closed doors of their bedroom. It ain't my business. But when any group of people seeks to impose their way of thinking and their lifestyle on others, they're wrong. You have to win hearts...not court cases. And that is what is at the basics of my objections to your thinking.
Yeah...I know...it takes a lot longer to win hearts. Nothing worth getting is ever won in an easy or quick process. But, going the other way, thinking one can adjudicate and force their lifestyles and attitudes on people to get your way can do nothing but create hostility. You and those like you are the cause of that...not others.
Comment: #76
Posted by: Kevin Fodor
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:46 PM
Oh, and for what it's worth, Pat. I still watch you on the McLaughlin Report each week. If you catch on someplace else, I will tune that in as well.
Morning Joe isn't the same without you. Seriously... it's just not. Joe's fine, but the show is unwatchable when he's not there for one reason or another. Mika is a disgrace... to television... to the left... to women... you name it. The woman seriously doesn't have a brain in her head. (Not being prejudiced here. I wouldn't say that about Eleanor Clift. But Mika is seriously lacking in gray matter.) Only you salvaged those moments when Joe couldn't be there.
Comment: #77
Posted by: Stan
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:46 PM
Go Pat Go!
Comment: #78
Posted by: Ed
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:51 PM
I believe in free speech but I do not think hate speech has to be condoned. Pat Buchanan has routinely made anti-semitic remarks the past twenty+ years. He has a right to criticize the policies of the State of Israel but he does not have the right to be on a major cable news and talk show when he has been a lifelong Holocaust denier, accused Jewish Americans of dual loyalties, and written in a book that there should be a quota on the number of Asian and Jewish students allowed at major universities. William F. Buckley Jr. wrote a cover story for the National Review more than twenty years ago on anti semitism and after thoroughly analyzing Buchanan's writing and statements concluded that he was an anti semite. I am a Democrat and have no problem with Buchanan being a far right conservative Republican. What I object to, as a Jewish American, is his deep seated hatred towards the Jewish people and I do not think any bigot, no matter what their religion and no matter what their color, has the right to appear as a commentator on a major cable news program.
Comment: #79
Posted by: Mark Jeffery Koch
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:53 PM
Dear MSNBC,

The main reason I watch MSNBC was that

you gave Pat Buchanan an opportunity to

speak on issues I care greatly

about.

I understand you have given in to pressure form

groups who do not wish Pats

opinions to be heard and wanted him removed.



Pat has disagreed with many people over the

years, but I have never heard him call for any

person or group to be silenced. What you are

doing is Un American.


My question for MSNBC is, what are you going to

do when the groups that worked to silence Pat

Buchanan turn their sights on you?


I disagree with Pat

on many issues, but I know

almost no one like pat

that has been more outspoken and more right on

immigration, the future demographic challenges of

our nation, our foolish wars, and our one sided trade policies



Thanks to your actions,I think Pats warning of a

balkanized nation divided by ethnic tribal

politics has just moved another step closer to

reality.

Regards,
Delmar Jackson
Comment: #80
Posted by: Delmar Jackson
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:54 PM
Well now, letsee. MSNBC is owned in the majority by GE, the corporation that does not pay taxes.

So we the people can respond to MSNBC and GE with our purses and wallets; and be the ones doing the silencing...

Rock on Pat, you cheeky beanhead.
Comment: #81
Posted by: Eric Richardson
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:57 PM
"Is it now hate speech to restate traditional Catholic beliefs?"

YES!
Comment: #82
Posted by: John McElroy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:59 PM
Dear Pat:
Congratulations on severing your intellectual relationship with MSNBC, which is a joke of a media station.
Quite frankly I cannot fathom what the owners of the NBC network are thinking by filling the airwaves with radical ideologues. The only value for me as an occasional viewer is to use the Chris Matthews show as an example of stupid, biased media people for my kids. I can't tolerate any of the rest of the network and the regular sycophants who come on to agree with the hosts and thereby professionally and intellectually humiliate themselves.
As a result it was painful to watch you try and reason with these people. It would be like arguing with your refrigerator. How else to explain MSNBC hiring a real racist in Al Sharpton?
So, again I say: Congratulations. I know you will show up on a real network soon.
Bill Harley
Comment: #83
Posted by: Bill Harley
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:02 PM
Pat---
You should realise that the Neo-Cons want your voice silenced as they did Judge Napolitano's with Freedom Watch.
Comment: #84
Posted by: jay
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:03 PM
Pat, maybe you can follow Olbermann over to "Current." The two of you belong together.
Comment: #85
Posted by: 8ball
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:03 PM
Pat: hopefully you will now land a spot on a network with some viewers! Nobody watches MSNBC except the union thugs in Wisconsin.
Comment: #86
Posted by: Pnumbpnuts
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:05 PM
I have believed MSNBC has become an official mouth piece of the left Their can be no dissenting opinions. They must maintain control and discipline in the spreading of dissenting opinions in order to win the election for their leftist Marxist President. They will work to shut down Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and FOX. Buchanan is an easy target because he is not following the politically correct party line. Attorney General Holders going after Murdock regardless of how minor a roll he played in the English media publication he owns that bribed public officials to get info to publish. They have to shut up FOX at all costs. If this administration is successful it will be the end of free press in America.
Comment: #87
Posted by: kati1257@hotmail.com
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:06 PM
I have believed MSNBC has become an official mouth piece of the left Their can be no dissenting opinions. They must maintain control and discipline in the spreading of dissenting opinions in order to win the election for their leftist Marxist President. They will work to shut down Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and FOX. Buchanan is an easy target because he is not following the politically correct party line. Attorney General Holders going after Murdock regardless of how minor a roll he played in the English media publication he owns that bribed public officials to get info to publish. They have to shut up FOX at all costs. If this administration is successful it will be the end of free press in America.
Comment: #88
Posted by: kati1257@hotmail.com
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:06 PM
from reading these mesages it Looks like Anyone that stands up for America and non hyphenated Americans is a racist and anti semite and needs to be silenced!
Comment: #89
Posted by: Delmar Jackson
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:11 PM
Since no one watches MSNBC, who cares? Pat shouldn't care either. Complete waste of airtime. Better to have Gilligan reruns vs. the network. Keep up the good fight Pat. The majority of Americans appreciate it.
Comment: #90
Posted by: Dave
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:13 PM
The most cogent comment I have read on here is the one that said, "Fuck MSNBC".
Comment: #91
Posted by: rpritch99
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:15 PM
Simple question. Which party allows both pro- choice and pro - life speakers at their conventions. If you answered Republicans then you would be right.

Figure it out folks. Arrogant liberals allow NO open dissent against their stiff necked orthodoxy. I as a Republican listen to individuals in the party every day that I eally do not agree with but I would never try to silence the in any way shape or form.
Comment: #92
Posted by: mel Wahl
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:16 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Please explain in biological terms how homosexual acts are natural. Sexual behavior is genetically instinctive and its primary purpose is for perpetuation of a species i.e reproduction. That is why ALL animals are attracted to the opposite sex.
What does homosexual behavior accomplish? From a biological standpoint it is a waste of energy, not to mention anatomically unnatural.
Comment: #93
Posted by: Oceania
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:16 PM
I think this is terrible that freedom of speech is only for a few of the left who say who can say their mind without being ditched.! I think Pat Buchanan has the right to what he has written in his book. My goodness, look at all the dipsticks on MSNBC and Nightline, and all the other nbc and cbs stations who constantly degrade republicans, conservatives and many christians who just love the Lord and are persecuted because of it. Look how they all made fun of Tim Tebow, and now that young basketball player Yin who praises God before thanking anyone else. I think our country is heading for a place where we can never recover, look in the Bible. It doesn't even mention the United States. That should tell you something! If you dont like my opinion you can kiss my grits! Mainly because I don't particularly care for grits! Welcome to Eutopia..........this is where we are headed!
Comment: #94
Posted by: Diana Schnaitman
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:25 PM
Pat, what amazes me is your apparent disbelief of what happened. You were MSNBC's poster-child that gave credence to their crusade to paint every conservative as a right wing nut job. You took the bait and became exactly what they wanted... a racist, ant-semetic, bitter white male. I guess they think they've succeeded and have no more use for you. Good riddens. Fortunately, MSNBC with or without you will forever be relegated to the backwaters as long as they continue their bizarre rant. You were just a nice sideshow and they're ready for a new one.
Comment: #95
Posted by: Jeff
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:26 PM
Re: demecra zydeem: Sir, you actually think the GOP is a warmongering party? Let's see, a Democrat lead us into WWI, then another lead us into WWII, then another lead us into Korea, then another lead us into Vietnam, while expanded that war - and of course, even though the Bushs' took us into the Gulf War and Iraq/Afghanistan, the Democrat Party congresses voted for those wars. Get your history straight!!!2
Comment: #96
Posted by: gary ridenour
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:27 PM
is it true that rachel maddow is a major stock holder of oscar meyer ?? Re: Bud359
Comment: #97
Posted by: bluedog
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:28 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz

Thank you Jeff, for your insightful and totally one hundred percent accurate evaluation of Pat Buchanan. He is a rabid anti Semite and I am glad that you have the spine, intelectually and factually, to go on record. I am sick of Fox News, supposedly conservatives, like Hannity, Ann Coulter, etc having this despicable man on their programs and treating him as someone who should be taken seriously. I have stopped watching their programs and reading their material for this very reason. thank you again.
Comment: #98
Posted by: sharon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:30 PM
Wow, MSNBC let YOU go Pat????!!!! He I was thinking that MSNBC just faded to dark and closed shop, didn't realize either of you were still around. Go figure. Next you'll be tellin' me that NJ Senator Frank Lautenburg is still alive....
Comment: #99
Posted by: Larry Bud
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:34 PM
What if Buchanan called for segregation? What if he called for a revival of the Nazi party? What would you all say? Isn't it all a matter of degree?

I will tell you one thing. For someone who is supposedly so smart, Mr. B can be incredibly stupid. Homosexuality is unnatural? What does he think created homosexuality, a laboratory?

Nope. God created homosexuals like he created everyone and everything else.

What is more, anyone who knows anything about biology and zoology knows homosexuality is rampant among just about all mammals and many other creatures on this planet. God's creatures. I hope all of you anti-homosexuality types don't subscribe to some conspiracy theory that all of the homosexuality scientists document among animals other than humans is made up, or manufactured by scheming liberal devils.

Mr. B is his own worst enemy. At least in terms of reputation and respect. As far as raking in the bucks goes, his publication of that book may have been a wise business move. This is all about publicity and the opportunity to reap the green from all of the so-called conservatives who are just dying to donate their cash to idiotic notions like this particular one he is attempting to sell. No charge for the extra snake oil.

Too bad, because his work on history and especially the problematic nature of U.S. military intervention worldwide is worth much respect and debate. He cheapens that work with junk pseudo-science and pseudo-morality pandering like this.
Comment: #100
Posted by: Masako
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:35 PM
We sure do miss you Pat. You was a breath of fresh air, on the Morning Joe with Scarborough. MSNBC doesn't amount to a hill of beans frankly. It's the same old garbage each and every morning. You really made a huge difference. Now, let's home Fox will bring in in, and get back on the Imus morning show.
America needs your inspiration messages.
Comment: #101
Posted by: Larry T. Doughty
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:36 PM
You totally nailed it. Pat made the others look like dolts by simply existing...much less speaking.
Comment: #102
Posted by: SpikeT
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:36 PM
Re: derek

Derek, you clearly don't understand what was written or didn't read it. MSNBC said they did not approve of Mr. Buchanan and fired him. The free market has already commented on MSNBC. It's the least watched network news because they ARE about ideology not ideas.

When you can read and understand what's written, come back and comment. In the meantime, you are a menace to a free society....
Comment: #103
Posted by: Brock
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:40 PM
The New Improved version of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals says that the Republican can say "kind of chilly outside today", and the Alinski-ite communist is then to start going "racist" "racist". The left is morally deranged and driven by the devil, therefore by definition all conversation on their part is lying and falsehood, backed by complete absence of moral foundation. That's how George Bush can lead from the center and the scumbag Reid, Nancy Pinocchio, Dodd, etc. can then stand up there and tear him to shreds with fusillade of insults, none with substantive basis. So Pat, MSNBC is outright corrupt, communist, and wants USA to be like Tito's Yugoslavia. I'm amazed you lasted as long as you did with those foul characters. Oh, by the way the MSNBC had personal dinners with Obama, who apparently thinks that the MSNBC riot-fomenting is A-OK. Good job, Pat. You are saying what needs to be said, and anybody who can sit on the set with those brownshirts of MSNBC earns every penny they make. The left is godless, therefore, disagreement is met with their doing everything possible to shutdown all opposition. People, these are the Bolsheviks, in our very midst. For comments no more outlandish than this one, CBS and Huffpiss deactivated my id.
Comment: #104
Posted by: LogicNotHuff
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:40 PM
I've watched Mornin' Joe for several years, largely on the chance of catching Pat Buchanan on one of his discussion panels. I've been wondering when Pat would be back, and now I learn he won't be. It's a shame. Ten years ago, MSNBC was already left of center, but it was not nearly so extreme and one-sided. I remember when Tucker Carlson had an hour long show in the early evening, providing some balance to the mostly left of center shows. For a long time now, the evening on MSNBC has been solidly leftist. Jow Scarborough's show in the morning has been their one exception. I recall he got his start when Imus ran afoul of the PC police. I surmise MSNBC thought they'd keep up the pretense of being a broad full spectrum news outlet by replacing him with a moderate conservative. Also, they would have faced a ratings disaster to go with yet another tedious leftist. But that was several years ago. I suspect that the purge of Pat means that poor Joe's days are numbered as well. While he's a much more PC sort of conservative (don't expect Joe to ever cross the Israel Firsters), I doubt the powers that be at MSNBC will tolerate even his mushy conservatism for much longer. Pat is a star, and the network that is willing to not kow-tow to the neocons and neolibs will reap ratings rewards by hiring Pat as commentator/analyst.
Comment: #105
Posted by: Eric
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:41 PM
Re: Craig Eliot: Hmmm! Seems like the last I checked, the "natural" purpose for sex was for procreation - you know - having children!! I would by fairly straight forward logic say that homosexuality is unnatural as it's a bit difficult for two men or two women having sex to bring together a sperm and an egg! But I state the obvious which 'homos' go out of their way to deny and then stomp their little feet if they aren't understood and accepted as 'normal', which they aren't!!!! Sorry folks, homosexuality is unnatural behavior. The joy of sex is an incentive by our maker to make procreation desirable and enjoyable - an enjoyable side effect, which is not the primary purpose - duh!
Comment: #106
Posted by: gary ridenour
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:43 PM
Pat should know if you sleep with dogs you get fleas. Fortuneatel he is lucky, very few people listen to MSNBC and no one listens to the red head, the one with the thrill down his leg.
Comment: #107
Posted by: Andy k
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:44 PM
Re: Masako
Masako -- Homosexuality is unnatural act. Husband-wife sex is natural. Homosexuality originated in people's minds. There is nothing designed into the human physique to indicate that homosexuality is supported by the human body.
Comment: #108
Posted by: LogicNotHuff
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:44 PM
When I was in graduate schools fifty years ago, liberals were liberal-minded. They wanted to be challenged in classrooms, wanted a stone to strike against. Who could have imagined that the anti-dogmatists wouid become so dogmatic.
Comment: #109
Posted by: John Schuh
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:47 PM
Re: gary ridenour
Gary let me add that the Democrat Clintons did the setup for 9/11 with their inaction and gutting the CIA, plus nominating liberal "intellectual" America hater, anarchist judges.
Comment: #110
Posted by: LogicNotHuff
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:49 PM
Mr. Buchanan,
I am outraged at your firing at MSNBC, but not surprised, because as we now know they are an arm of the White House and of Media Matters...i.e. The Thought Police....Mr. Buchanan, I read your book and found it enlightening and informative, and if people do not take heed, we will be a Police State within a few years...Your firing is only the first of attacks that will occur...and this to me shows that the left is in this fully to win at any cost...I know that you will find a place for commentary on TV and as you know you have legions of fans...It is as if when someone now tells the truth, they are quickly silenced one way or the other...These are very serious and troubling times in America, and if people read their history, it is not the first time it has happened ....i.e. Woodrow Wilson's attack on the Constitution and basic American freedoms...very few citizens know that he was close to being a dictator...so I guess we have not learned by past history...I pray for my country that it will be saved...I wish you well and God help the United States of America.
Comment: #111
Posted by: tressa
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:49 PM
I thought this thread was about Pat Buchanan. Since another has involved my comment which supports Mr Buchanan's calling the Republicans the Warmonger party and challenged both our conclusions, these are the facts: World War 1 Woodrow Wilson/Democrat, World War 11 Eisenhower/Republican, Korea Truman/Democrat, Vietnam Eisenhower/Republican, Iraq George W Bush/Republican, Afghanistan George W. Bush/Republican
Comment: #112
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:50 PM
Re: NormH: Ah! Now we know who the real anti-Semite is!
Comment: #113
Posted by: gary ridenour
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:51 PM
hahah pat quit crying like a bytch..man up u got canned stupid cracker
Comment: #114
Posted by: mad-black-man
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:52 PM
Considering that MSNBC has given an hour show to Al Sharpton, an anti-Semite with blood on his hands, getting blacklisted by them is nothing to be ashamed of.
Comment: #115
Posted by: Phil N
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:53 PM
The New Improved version of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals says that the Republican can say "kind of chilly outside today", and the Alinski-ite communist is then to start going "racist" "racist". The left is morally deranged and driven by the devil, therefore by definition all conversation on their part is lying and falsehood, backed by complete absence of moral foundation. That's how George Bush can lead from the center and the scumbag Reid, Nancy Pinocchio, Dodd, etc. can then stand up there and tear him to shreds with fusillade of insults, none with substantive basis. So Pat, MSNBC is outright corrupt, communist, and wants USA to be like Tito's Yugoslavia. I'm amazed you lasted as long as you did with those foul characters. Oh, by the way the MSNBC had personal dinners with Obama, who apparently thinks that the MSNBC riot-fomenting is A-OK. Good job, Pat. You are saying what needs to be said, and anybody who can sit on the set with those brownshirts of MSNBC earns every penny they make. The left is godless, therefore, disagreement is met with their doing everything possible to shutdown all opposition. People, these are the Bolsheviks, in our very midst. For comments no more outlandish than this one, CBS and Huffp0 deactivated my id. However, your lack of enthusiasm for Israel is a setback for your cause.
Comment: #116
Posted by: LogicNotHuff
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:54 PM
So, they grow angry and opt to become less relevant as the walls close in, as the downfall of Obama and their brief moment in the sun draws near. Can't understand why any Conservative wants to hang out inside their echo chamber anyway.
Comment: #117
Posted by: Bruce
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:57 PM
Re: SpikeT
so they should not speak only listen to you and Barry Hussein?
We shoudl at least offer Pattrick a re-education camp shouldn't we?
To be fair, than the great leaders of the Progressives, Soros, Obama, Clinton can
lecture Patrick with helpful educational tools at a re-education center of your choosing...
Any inner city will be willing to host such a camp....
Comment: #118
Posted by: ohdirish
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:58 PM
This seems expected. I probably disagree with 1% to 5% of what Pat Buchanan has said in his life, but mostly, I probably agree with him overall. A voice of reason on MSNBC seems totally out of place. When I think of MSNBC, I think of Rachel Maddow, someone who is lost in the liberal fog and completely out of touch with logic and reason. Everyone watching MSNBC probably tunes out when they see Buchanan because they are reloading their bongs. Time for him to find a serious audience elsewhere who respects his intelligence. I agree America is on a suicide path.
Comment: #119
Posted by: jazbond007
Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:58 PM
msnbc has a right as free enterprise to no longer employ Pat Buchannon..
If gays and lesbians are out to silence Conservative Christians they are actually doing a pretty good job.
currently we are discussing the heroism of Sen Joe McCarthy..
Man could America use another Sen Joe McCarthy to take these traitors ON!
Blacklisted is what Communists do Patrick...You are lucky they have not had you arrested or worse..
THAT is what PROGRESSIVES do....
Comment: #120
Posted by: ohdirish
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:01 PM
As an Orthodox Jew, that means a Jew who believes in the Bible and that it came from the hand of God thru Moses. Sadly most Jews in America dont even know what Judaism stands for anymore. To the liberals it is a word that their parents told them they were. I have read all Pats works some of them bothered me but to call him an anti-semite, racist is ridiculous. This is just more of the liberal media and their leftist partners trying to silence another voice of clarity and one who does not believe in political correctnes. Keep up the fight Pat and please know that the Orthodox Conservative Jewish Americans out here condem any type of censorship especially to someone who is warning us that the USA we all love and cherish is rushing towards its own decline. As I learned when I was a boy "The truth hurts" and this book is the truth, it is what is happening to our great country.
Comment: #121
Posted by: steve
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:04 PM
Somebody call the waaambulance. So, you worked for a media company and published a ridiculous book that brought them bad press. They, in turn, fired you in order to escape the bad press. Why is this so hard to understand? It's the free market Pat. If your book was raising the profile of the station and bringing them more viewers you'd still be working there.

You're not a scholar, you're not a deep thinker, you're not Thomas Jefferson, and you're not even a politician anymore. You made the choice to become a tv personality and, thus, you should have known that in that industry your image is your bond.

The company you keep can tell you a lot about the person you've become.
Comment: #122
Posted by: Rick Jonkers
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:04 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Homasexuality is immoral ansd unnatural. If you are a normal man and you have the PRIVATE PARTS?TOOLS GOD GAVE YOU WHY THE HELL WOULD YOU WANT TO PLAY WITH ANOTHER MANS PRIVATE PARTS?TOOLS> WHY THE HELL DO YOU WANT TO PLAY WITH ANOTHER MANS TOOLS. YOU HAVE TO BE SICK.
Comment: #123
Posted by: Rican
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:05 PM
I am Black, a Marine, a police lieutenant, a Muslim, and thank God everyday that I live in the greatest country in the world. Mr. Buchanan is not a Racist but a Patriot. One of only a few that speaks the truth.

Shame on MSNBC.

Mr. Buchanan the truth will set you free and you are free from the cowards at MSNBC.

The Left should be ashamed of this witch hunt, as Mr. Buchanan is your your best friend.
He is the voice of every hard working American.

God Bless you Mr. Buchanan and God Bless the America that you so truly wrote about.
Comment: #124
Posted by: Jack Black
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:05 PM
I love Pat Buchanan and wish he had gotten the GOP nomination in 2000. He has a backbone and a very articulated, refined, true-to-form, authentic conservative ideology.

And believe it or not, some of my best friends are black. And Democrats. It's funny but true. I know it sounds cliche but it amuses me that it's so, as I am one of the dread "small government conservatives" the race-baiters try to paint with a broad brush. I guess such as us are not the bigots and racists the leftists stridently shriek about, and I can say the same about my select few Democrat friends with whom I can agree to disagree -- even though I think they're sinfully ignorant and not in their right minds when it comes to politics and ideology and overall social perceptions. Although I will admit I have ran across my share of ultra-dogmatic, smug, condescending, just-plain-nasty, sneering liberals. Those ones I steer clear of.

Pat Buchanan was literally the only remaining voice of cogency and intellectual honesty at MSNBC -- as the black sheep there (no sort of pun or innuendo is intended) he was utterly displaced in his integrity.
Comment: #125
Posted by: RoccoRolo
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:06 PM
I consider myself to be very progressive and I LOVE Buchanan because he is a thinking man. I used to tune into morning joe primarily hoping to see him because his incredible political experience made his opinions and predictions more weighty and accurate than others. I am queer and I know and accept that Buchanan has a religious judgment about it but I don't care BECAUSE I AM A ENTIRE HUMAN not just one small thing that I identify with. Because of msnbc's TORTIOUS and unamerican treatment of Buchanan (and how the show suffers without his important counter balancing) I refuse to ever tune into it again. (Poor me - no more Al Sharpton to keep my weight down through appetite loss) Also since I am so angry about the injustice done to Buchanan by the crazed partisan nazi free speech suppressors specifically the feckless coward Phil Griffin - give us his contact info so the silent majority can prepare to swing into action. I no longer think the democratic party has the class to protect the free speech of other political thinkers so I shall repeat the words of one of their own Snoop Dogg "democrats ain't nothing but niggers faggots and jews the party of punk ass bitches" < notice dems protect the hate speech of their own so let's publish that. Hang tough Buchanan - that crappy station needs you but you don't need them.
Comment: #126
Posted by: Dr. Millstein
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:09 PM
Re: Craig Eliot It is solely your opinion, and the opinion of others that deem homosexuality as a valid lifestyle. Your opinion will die when you do, as will the opinions of others of the same ilk. However, I have chosen, as is my right as a human being, to believe in God Almighty - NOT in a religion or a shallow denomination that attempts to make its "clients" feel good enough to give it money - but in the true Almighty God who created life and will not allow it to go on this way much longer. HIS opinion, which, whether YOU believe it or not, will be constant forever, is that homosexuality itself, NOT THE PEOPLE but the act, is worthy of death (Romans 1:32 and you may read up to gain the context) and an abomination (Lev. 18:32). I did not decide this. The God of the Universe did and your unbelief will not cause Him to change his mind. Just as a parent knows more than their small child, God knows more about life than you or I. I don't care if you don't believe me. Its impossible to fight against God and win so good luck with that and your other insightful opinions.
Comment: #127
Posted by: Freedomtoworship
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:09 PM
Re: demecra zydeem: Your citing of war history makes me dizzy!! Eisenhower was the General that won WWII - Roosevelt was the president who lead us into WWII!!! And Eisenhower was dead before Vietnam even started - andas a General, he's the thinker who said, "Never get involved in a ground war in Asia." Jak Kennedy, Democrat, is the one who put the U.S. in Vietnam!! Your knowledge of history stinks!
Comment: #128
Posted by: gary ridenour
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:10 PM
Its their business and ALL media outlets have a right to hire and fire whoever they choose. Its not like you are in a union or anything. Are you suggesting you have a right to be on MSNBC? They are under no compunction to retain your services regardless of your views. Any more than Fox is required by any law to hire liberals. So you lost a TV slot, who the hell made your opinion worth so much money? They fired Keith Olbermann for being a nut and for low ratings. Fact is you did not bring in any viewers to that particular network, and your commentaries offended the viewers they DID have. That is their BUSINESS, its not a charity platform for politicos. Maybe you should do like old Rupert did and create your own TV network. But that would require work not talk, wouldn't it? What a whiner. And to think I gave a piece of my hand and half a foot defending your 1st Amendment rights only to hear you cry because you got fired. Go file for unemployment like any normal citizen. God bless the 6th Cav.
Comment: #129
Posted by: Cpl Hayden
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:15 PM
Re: LogicNotHuff: How arrogant you are. Don't argue with me, argue with God. Pray to HIM and tell HIM what HE created is unnatural.
Comment: #130
Posted by: Masako
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:17 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz

Would you mind repeating that?
Comment: #131
Posted by: oy_yeh
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:17 PM
Re: Dr. Millstein
also Joe Scarborough needs to be taken to the wood shed. Wasn't he forced to leave congress because of abuse of power and trying to break his marriage vows? What was the name of the female he had sex with and made his wife extort cash from him in return for staying? It may be relevant to the corruption of Scarborough because about a year ago he demanded a huge salary increase and only got it when Phil extracted a promise from the former republican to favor democrats in the balance. Meaning.... chubby lil Joey Sr took cash for helping democrats. Total Judas because he switched for money not love. Scarborough needs to be directly attacked for his betrayal of PB and his general life style choice of prostitution. I think the Buchanan outrage factor is growing so maybe Pat can go on Fox and make the issue more widely appreciated. It is a constitutional crisis caused by the increasing unprofessionalism of journalists who violate journalistic ethics. WHo are the advertisers of msnbc anyway? They should hear from everybody.
Comment: #132
Posted by: Dr. Millstein
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:28 PM
Re: Jeff Dunetz
Mr Dunetz - your diatribe reads like a prepared press release. Are you working for Abe Foxmans smear machine?
Pat Buchanan is excellent. His writing is excellent. He is an honorable man and full of integrity.
He is hated by leftist around the globe because he fearlessly speaks the truth. He is neither anti-Semitic nor racist. You'll find very few men living, especially in the political and social realm in which he moves who as much integrity, compassion and charity as he does towards others.
So mr Dunetz - buzz off you looser.
Comment: #133
Posted by: James
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:31 PM
Time for Crossfile 2 - on Fox News this time. To hell with the socialist marxists on PMSNBC and CNN.

Paul
Comment: #134
Posted by: Paul
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:32 PM
Honestly I'm so glad I don't watch either Fox News or MSNBC I don't have a dog in the race for either of these
cable networks. He is angry now but soon the other team will grant him and offer.
Comment: #135
Posted by: molly
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:32 PM
For those of you who believe this is unconstitutional I suggest you read the constitution:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

MSNBC is a private company that needs to remain marketable to its customers. Pat Buchanan is an idiot Dixicrat (whereas everyone else on MSNBC is a brain dead bleeding heart liberal but that is a different story) and he is hurting their revenue. So they got rid of him. Congress didn't have any role here.
Comment: #136
Posted by: Reality
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:33 PM
How intolerant of the purported tolerant progressives/liberals/leftists, including their mouthpieces such as MSNBC.------------Regrettably, because NBC and its parent GE have no spines, they allowed the Color of Change and its perverted attitudes to win.--------------Like that old saw says, "You're known by the company you keep."-----------I know: For the PLLs, ideology and retribution trump everything else.
Comment: #137
Posted by: CKAinRedStateUSA
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:34 PM
Re: Reality: You apparently have no idea of what Dixiecrat means.
Comment: #138
Posted by: CKAinRedStateUSA
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:36 PM
This all is, of course, as the Evil Emperor had foreseen it: Controversial, subliminally witch-burning thesis is published, publicity rages out of control, and in roll the bucks for the author.

This is what the right wing, masquerading as "conservatives" has come to. It's a way to finance their crack pot candidates, or at least themselves. in a bad economy.

They are almost as bad as their crack pot counterparts in the left wing. Maybe more so, come to think of it. A bit more pre-meditated, more tied to money they inherited rather than earned, more cynical, more just plain mean.
Comment: #139
Posted by: Masako
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:37 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
What amazes those of us you call "stupid", is how deceptive and shallow your thinking and reasoning has become in justifying any behavior. If a murderer states that it was just his nature to kill, then by your reasoning, the rest of us who believe that this behavior should and can be controlled, would be wrong when we call for his incarceration. It was just his nature to kill, it is heredity, so why should we condemn him for his nature. Maybe amazing doesn't provide the definition for your reasoning. I would rather call it callous and narcissitic to justify any immoral behavior with such arguments.
Comment: #140
Posted by: Ron
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:38 PM
Well I don't agree with you on many things, I do agree with you when you said on radio that the war in Iraq was a bad idea. In any event, as a liberal and a fan of MSNBC, I admired them for having you as a commentator. I was always interested in your view, whether I agree with you or not. For instance, you said, "the reason they ( terrorists ) are here because we are there ( in middle east )". Most Republicans would never admit such a thing, and I admired you for saying it. I do not believe you should have been fired. I'ts really in MSNBC's best interest to keep you. But, you're wrong about homosexuals and I don't particularly care if whites are a minority or not, people are people, and either you love people, or hate them. You can't hate one group and love another, if you hate one group, you are a misanthrope, no matter what you think you believe you are. You can condemn evil doers, and admire good doers, but to place your affections based on race, is, well, yes, it's racism.
Comment: #141
Posted by: Paddy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:39 PM
You dont belong there anyway. Get your butt to foxnews where you belong
Comment: #142
Posted by: george
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:40 PM
Good riddance to bad rubbish!. Pat Buchanan is a hateful demagogue and MSNBC is better off without him. Don't let the door hit in the butt on the way out, Pat.
Comment: #143
Posted by: ssuser
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:40 PM
Pat. I knew something was us the other day when I went into Barnes and Noble to purchase a second volume of Suicide of a Superpower to relay to my son and son-in-law to read, review and gather a glimpse of their future. After not being able to find it, I sought out help, only to be lead over to an out of the way isle where a pile of approximately a dozen were buried in a pile of discounted book at the going rate of $6.99. They obviously did not want it on their shelves. Special order in the future. The word was out. Worry not good soldier of truth. The left cannot stand the truth, and in the name of diversity, understanding, compasion and freedom for all, they push away the truth to serve their end. To the young, inexperienced, shallow minds of our youth and the uneducated, ignorant minds of those taking out of the pot what you and me and the contributing part of society put into the pot, what you write threatens their free ride. In the old America, one had to earn their ride. In the new America you outline, life is a free ride. Why wouldn't the rest of the world want to come and join into the 'Feel Good Society of No Responsiblity". Once the rest of the world drops in, America goes down to mediocrity. Mediocrity breeds contempt . Comtempt breeds dicontent. And discontent breeds war. It all is going up in smoke in the not too distant future. Detroit well start looking pretty good in the next 20-30 years.
Comment: #144
Posted by: John Bond
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:40 PM
Pat: You do not belong at MSNBC-- Keith did, he was one of the jackasses, but he is gone also. How could you
stand being in the company of Rachael Maddow, the Lesbian hate monger, and Lawrence O'Donnell who is so angry that I don't want to miss the show when he croaks over with a
heart attack whilst damning the Republicans. And Ed Schultz. He is the evil one. How can he sleep at night? I guess with him lying is 2nd nature. So much distortion of the truth. If any station or media should be taken off the air its MSNBC. They spread the hate like wildfire.
I am starting to really dislike the Media in general. I watch very little TV any long, or when I tune in, I tun right out.
Who do they think they are? Pat, go to a better station like Fox or even CNN, they are somewhat better than the
Obuma and hate channel. Good luck to you.
Comment: #145
Posted by: j colfer
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:40 PM
Re: CKAinRedStateUSA

He is a social conservative bigot who does not believe in free trade and liberty. In my book that is close enough.
Comment: #146
Posted by: Reality
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:41 PM
Re: Stan

How in the hell did Mika get on Morning Joe anyway. What a surley person she is. So look so uncomfortable, but when she does talk, she says nothing intelligent ande then I am uncomfortable and switch chanels.
Comment: #147
Posted by: j colfer
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:46 PM
Pat
The left which is a totalitarian police state that lost its Soviet Union and now is loading up to destroy America from
the inside - what they could not do from the outside. In leftist police states they just have people who speak about freedom and in the open intellectual world - killed.
Let's review larger American leftist political killings. George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, Sen. McCarthy, Richard Nixon, J. Edgar Hoover, Pat Buchanan and Glen Beck to name just some.
They fear truth and open communications much more than 100 crack army divisions attacking.
They are the deposed sick trash of an ideology that smells even from the ash heap of history if the wind is in that direction as it is now.
Tom
Comment: #148
Posted by: tom shannon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:49 PM
I'm a lifelong democrat and proudly left; I'll always vote progressive. Having said that, I read Buchanan's book with utter and complete fascination. This is a work of serious scholarship and reflection, not some demagogic rant. It's respectful to the opposition even as it makes a passionate case against it.

As husband to a black woman and father to a half-black child, I found nothing particularly off-putting in his laying out of the demographic & racial trends we see now. I've heard the antisemitism charge against him for years but personally doubt it -- certainly there's none in the book.

Buchanan is intellectually curious and, you sense in the book, he'd gladly have lunch with anyone who'd give him a good argument, black white or purple, gay or straight, left or right. That's certainly not so with your average Fox News wingnut. He's a working man's William F. Buckley, and I always liked Buckley. Buchanan's gotten a bad rap this time around imho.

Dems, if you read only one rightwing book this decade, make it this one.
Comment: #149
Posted by: Tim
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:53 PM
MSNBC is a cesspool of Communist and Progressives (rats and snakes) ........what do you expect, Pat ??

It's the AGENDA !!

Destroying this Country and all that is good and free !!

Piss on all of them .....
Comment: #150
Posted by: roy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:53 PM
I am Jewish. I don't like a lot of Pat Buchanan's views - especially regarding the so-called "Palestinians." HOWEVER, he has been railroaded. He must be reinstated or afforded a similar national platform. He is a very talented writer and we need to hear what he is saying. Hitler, Stalin, Mao and now Ob*ma have silenced the opposition.

This is a very dangerous precedent. FIGHT THE B&#945;stards, Pat!
Comment: #151
Posted by: Carl Davis
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:54 PM
I think the "outing" of Media Matters this week explains all we need to know about MSNBC. I used to tune in to Morning Joe from time to time, but the lefties have even turned my hometown (Pensacola) Joe into a bleeding heart, of course he is a lawyer for Levin & Pompantanio.
Comment: #152
Posted by: Reb49
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:58 PM
I'm a lot more put out about the recent demise of Judge Napolitano's show on Fox Business, but it's evident that liberty and responsible/constitutional government must be getting a little too popular, eh?
Comment: #153
Posted by: schlub
Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:59 PM
I don't watch MSNBC so I won't miss Mr. Buchanan there but I hope he stays on McLaughlin. I haven't read "Suicide..." and probably won't but I did read "Churchill, Hitler and an Unnecessary War". It was the most informative history book I have ever read. That's why Abe Foxman doesn't like it, or Mr. Buchanan.
Comment: #154
Posted by: wootendw
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:00 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Well, Buchanan is right about some things, and wrong about some things: wrong above all about branding homosexuality as "immoral and unnatural"--for in fact it would be immoral and unnatural for a homosexual is to engage in heterosexual sex, since it isn't in his or her nature;
"in his or her nature", what are you talking about "in his or her nature"? EVOLUTION and NATURE have designed male humans with a penis and female humans with a vagina for the purpose of conception, birth and propagation of the species. This is science not religion! Homosexual males that bugger one another is not natural, nor is it their nature,(the parts involed are not being used in the NATURAL way), it is a state of mind, some believe from birth, others believe it's from reeducation. Also, suicide is often a state of mind, yet most people have no quams about trying to change the minds of those wanting to kill themselves, even though that is what they desire. The reason we try to prevent them from killing themselves is because,,,,,,it is also not "in his or her nature" to do so, It's a state of mind.
Comment: #155
Posted by: Carl Dixon
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:02 PM
God bless you Pat. This was a matter of time -- you were a voice on conscience, making all the MSNBCers uncomfortable. For a while they were loyal; you have always been loyal, in every situation. I hope you get to enjoy some normal working and sleeping hours... and I pray to God you wind up on FNC. (And how long before another true-blue loyalist, Larry Kudlow, is pushed out?)
Comment: #156
Posted by: Rick Marschall
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:02 PM
i didnt know that not allowing someone to talk on your TV NETWORK was a denial of first ammendment rights, whens the last time keith or madow was on you CBN, my church didnt allow atheist or satanist to preach at the pulpit either were we denying their rights. secondly your a pastor for 10 years you have been overstepping your bounds pastors should stay out of politics unless it involves direct religious issues.between you and Paul and Jan from TBN your the reason for the downfall of religous sensibilities in america.maybe you should drop the politics and start counseling marriages and using some of that massive fortune to help people stay in their homes or reintroduce the concept of jubilee to modern american debtors, there is so much you could be doing instead of worrying whether american will still be majority white in the near future, last i checked european evangelist travelled to america not the other way around so if a browner america worries you maybe you might be a little racist, and last i checked jesus died for all our sins so it shouldnt bother you. televangelist are the worst element of american christianity quite frankly bc you make it so hard to bellive your christians
Comment: #157
Posted by: d
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:27 PM
Pat,

Don't get to worked up about MSNBC, for about two years now their support group NewsVine has had me listed as blackballed because I used the characters out of Song of the South to make a point in a analogy of the Mysery Man and his inept ways and congenital, see-thru prognostications....it doesn't hurt anymore NewsVine still doesn't know Song of the South is a American classic.....
Comment: #158
Posted by: ONTIME
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:36 PM
Re: Tim, poster 151. Completely agree with your thoughts on Mr. Buchanan. It seems from all tonight's comments he continues to bring out the best in some and the worst in most. Not surprising, he does have that effect.
Comment: #159
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:43 PM
Pat Buchanan is not a suitable for Msnbc, but a complete jackass named Al Sharpton is? Need I say more?
Comment: #160
Posted by: Retrometa
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:53 PM
"That homosexual acts are unnatural and immoral has been doctrine in the Catholic Church for 2,000 years"
So what? During most of that time the Catholic Church also thought it was a moral obligation to torture until madness and then burn alive "witches" and "heretics" - the former being unfortunate women that some random person had a grudge against, the latter being fellow Christians who didn't love Jesus in JUST the right way.
"Is it now hate speech to restate traditional Catholic beliefs?"
Yes it is, and it always should have been.
Comment: #161
Posted by: Chrysothemis
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:53 PM
Re: Carl Dixon #157. I wondered how the comments deteriorated to homosexuality, forgetting Pat's main readership.As a pro-choice sexual being, I have to respond because to follow your reasoning should our mouth and tongue be used only for tasting and food? Female breasts only for nourishing babies? Your arguments are unreasonable. We are sexual beings and our bodies are designed for sexual pleasure, not only procreation. How arrogant to state which orifice others should use and for what. My body, my choice. Your body, your choice.
Comment: #162
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:57 PM
No one is stopping you from making whatever statements you choose to make. No one is restricting your right to free speech. It is paid speech that MSNBC is no longer providing you. A paid forum for your ideas. Whatever you may think, racist, anti-semitic, patriarchal and homophobic speech is not welcome by an enlightened society. It certainly is not going to be paid for. Take it like a man, Pat. You are acting like a wuss.
Comment: #163
Posted by: Grant Devereaux
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:02 PM
I wish I could say that I am surprised by the following this fascist leaning man has reading this but I can't. Pat Buchanan stands for whats wrong about the right and whats wrong about the left combined into one. But then I read some of these comments about fears of moral decline and all this other hidden ignorance and I understand who he represents. People that want control over other people's lives because they think they know better. Not those that say to each his or her own. Not to the people that respect the individual and individual liberty to pursue whatever makes one happy but rather to despise those that are not like them.
Comment: #164
Posted by: Reality
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:07 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Homosexuality, has been proven as a lifestyle. Many have left that lifestyle, to say that it is a lifestyle. Identical twins, have been studied, and had one that was gay and the other was not. If they are identical, they would both be gay. Just wait until they start saying that someone who wants man-boy love, are genetically driven. And how about the ones that want young children of either gender, will we start saying that their choices in that lifestyle are genetic also? I am willing to bet, that if the money started flowing from those groups, the democrats would lable them as a race and not a lifestyle choice as well.
Comment: #165
Posted by: screamingeagle101
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:08 PM
The status quo stinks, but MSNBC fires the one man who proclaims something is rotten in the State of Denmark.
What is going on here? What is going on is we have no free, independent media. You can have all the first ammendments you want, but if a certain ethnic group with a certain agenda owns and controls the media, you effectively have no free speech. And if that Israel-first, Jewish supremacist bigot Abe Foxman is opposed to Pat Buchanan, then Pat can't be all that bad. And I am a liberal.
Comment: #166
Posted by: Chris
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:10 PM
When Pat Buchanan ran for President 20 years ago, he told us that illegal immigration, and free trade with low-wage countries, would destroy us. He was right.
Comment: #167
Posted by: David from San Diego
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:12 PM
Re: Chris

No question that you are a liberal after that comment.
Comment: #168
Posted by: Reality
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:13 PM
I have always enjoyed Pat's comments and found myself in agreement with most of what he says. I am sure that he has political enemies who rejoice that he has lost his contract with MSNBC. The tactics of the liberals are deploreable. We need more like voices like Pat and I would like to thank him for the positions he takes. He makes a lot of sense and is worth listening to.
Comment: #169
Posted by: Nikos
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:17 PM
Re: screamingeagle101
Studies show that if identical twins are raised together, if one is homosexual, the odds are 50% that the other is, too.
Studies show that if identical twins are raised separately, if one is homosexual, the odds are 25% that the other is, too.
Because the incidence of homosexuality in the population is under 10%, this proves that there is both a genetic, and an environmental, basis for homosexuality.
But I will believe you that it's a choice if you tell me about the day you DECIDED to be attracted to women.
Comment: #170
Posted by: David from San Diego
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:17 PM
We miss you Pat. You are at times a voice of reason.
Comment: #171
Posted by: Nancy
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:18 PM
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE Pat Buchanan --
DO NOT ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE SILENCED !!!!
WE NEED YOUR VOICE !!!!
YOUR OPINIONS MUST BE HEARD !!!!
Otherwise, just flush us all down the toilet!
Comment: #172
Posted by: John Blake
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:22 PM
Re: j colfer
"How in the hell did Mika get on Morning Joe anyway."
You DO know who her DAD is, don't you? Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser. The best way to get to the top is to be born there.
Comment: #173
Posted by: David from San Diego
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:23 PM
Be glad! M ore S tupid N arcissistic B at C rap
Comment: #174
Posted by: Sagesteve
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:29 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Pat didn't brand homosexuality as "immoral and unnatural."
"That homosexual acts are unnatural and immoral has been doctrine in the Catholic Church for 2,000 years.
Is it now hate speech to restate traditional Catholic beliefs?"
Homo bad. Priestly pedophilia maybe not ok but is given a wink.
Herr Ratzinger wanted these "unorthodox" events "handled internally for the good of the church," meaning that the pedo priest are reassigned to spiritually guide a fresh bunch of kids.
Comment: #175
Posted by: C. E. Odom
Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:35 PM
If you'd been silenced, Mr. Buchanan, if your freedom of speech truly had been squashed, I wouldn't have been able to read your article. This is not a sign of a new blacklist. This is a sign that you lost your job at MSNBC. You'll have another at Fox in no time, or someplace else where you views are not only embraced but endlessly repeated. Freedom of speech remains intact. Calm down.
Comment: #176
Posted by: Ray Garton
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:22 AM
Re: derek
you left wing radical sodomites hate the free markets,that is why you have your face buried so deep into barry's ass,he is your commie pig savior who will destroy the free market system and replace it with his fascism.
PREPARE FOR THE COMING CIVIL WAR,IT WILL MAKE THE MIDDLE EAST BLOODY MESS LOOK LIKE A FAGFEST.
Comment: #177
Posted by: ROB
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:25 AM
Pat is right, that's why they're all scared.
Comment: #178
Posted by: Stop
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:38 AM
I do not believe that Pat Buchanan is an Antisemite but clearly Antisemites are very atracted to Pat Buchanan. So that suggests that in some way Pat Buchanan intends to appeal to Antisemites.
Pat sometimes goes off the deep end and draws simplistic conclusions.
Nevertheless I enjoy reading what he says and do not wish my right to read what he says to be reduced.
He could attempt to be less provocative. An End to White America suggests that it is important what skin color a person has so why focus on that? Pat appears to be more anti-Hispanic than Antisemitic. Pat seems to blame Israel for the problems in the Middle East as if it is impolite for Israel to wish to exist or for Jews to feel that having Israel exist could be important to their own survival. But yet I believe that Pat wants Israel to survive.
So Pat needs to be more sensitive to the sensibilities of others rather than trying to show how smart he is. He is smart. But I am not responsible for the maintenance of his income stream. How he manages his business (writing) is his business and he has to take responsibility for choices he makes.
Man Up Pat.
Comment: #179
Posted by: SantaFeSteve
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:56 AM
Wake up....this is how the Left operates. They only agree with free speech when it agrees with them--all others must be silenced! Just listen to some of the vile hate speech from self described Communist (former Obama advisor/czar) and Color of Change co-founder, Van Jones! They show themselves time and again, First Amendment be damned!
Comment: #180
Posted by: tld62
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:01 AM
The concept of Hate Speech is a celebration of our victory over the obsolete definition of Free Speech that restricts the state's involvement in political expression. The state MUST be involved! It places every American at the mercy of those who interpret the law, which means us. Come the revolution all these new Politically Correct oppressed classes who will have helped defeat the forces of capital will be denounced and purged as "The New Trotskyites" and Enemies of the People and their members will either pledge loyalty to The Party or suffer the consequences.

Comment: #181
Posted by: Professor Bates
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:13 AM
Interesting.. I made a comment stating Israel should fight their own fights and use their own troops, instead of expecting American troops to lay their lives down for them... But the censor here at Creators.com (Mr. Goldschmidt I presume) refused to post the comment.
Comment: #182
Posted by: Ian McGreggor
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:20 AM
RSorry to inform you of this but. Judge Napalitano has been cancled on fox news.
Comment: #183
Posted by: Mr.Mike
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:36 AM
I never realized that Pat Buchanan was ever a fixture on MSNBC. Flipping through the channels be it MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, etc....it all blurs together. Not that I flip through that often Gave up cable several years ago and barely watch TV. I prefer to get my news and opinions from a wide variety of sources instead of carefully scripted soundbites and talking head idioms. As I am talking with my peers and work associates, more and more folks are "cutting the chord" and abandoning TV programming in general choosing instead to focus more on "in demand" programming that provides the content they want, when they want it. NOT being on major networks/cable TV won't affect your ability to communicate your point of view at all.
Comment: #184
Posted by: Omar Habayeb
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:46 AM
Pat,

I will be buying a copy of your book. NOT because I am a fan or because I am really a political junkie; however, it will be a purchase in support of sanity and in support of the rights of individuals. Both appear to be but a dirty whisper in the public discourse.

Comment: #185
Posted by: Keith
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:52 AM
Re: nmb7401 I respect everything that Pat Buchanan just wrote here. I am glad he can write someplace. It's sad that people today are censored but only by blacks and gays. It seems that the black and gay just have greater rights and not equal rights to the rest of us who believe in traditional values. Of course it's not natural to sex with 2 men, they are not designed for mating. It's the same parts. Hello wake up. If it makes you feel good to do that then why not? It's not my business. And, I consider ladyboy because she is cute, so I am not innocent either. But some are closer to original rules of holy scriptures. It's their rights. And, freedom of speech to discuss any topics is the right of ALL. Who the H_-- has the right to make us keep our mouth shut? It's only like communisim or marxism or tyranny. We are free to be gay. And, we are free to be religious. Whatever you like. Don't try to make anybody shut up. Force you back! Sneaky close doors? hugh! We will find you and show you the light. It's called a recorder and a camera. ha ha ha You want to make scandals and not respect freedom of speech? Ok then you will get it that way in return as a result. You think democracy is threatened? ha ha ha We out here are many and you idiots talking and cheating are the few. You think that American's are complaisant and ignoring all of this bull and chatter? We hear you and we see you clearly, and I can see in the dark also since I have good eyes. I will broadcast your mouth trying to tell me and free people we can't support our own values and ideals. You Jewish think its not right to point out why there is a recruiting issue in your ranks? Its bad news to all of us and not an insult to you either. God said not to be easily offended. That's your own rules to follow. So do it better and take the corrections. You can't make smart people shut our mouths. Give it up. You have to listen or ignore the truth when you hear it. Like it or lump it. We are free and strong citizens and you will not dominate us here in this continent. Now, repeat after me, "You swear to support the Constitution from all forces foreign and domestic". Get it into your thick selfish heads.
Comment: #186
Posted by: Bkk Willy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:09 AM
Ahh, poor baby. He has been spewing hate and fear for decades, then whines when the world gets tired of his sexist, racist diatribes.
It`s the 21st century, people have finally stood up and said ENOUGH!
Good riddance. Go pedal your garbage elsewhere.
Comment: #187
Posted by: Jett
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:10 AM
Christians are usually forceful as the spread the kingdom of God on this earth. Why is it hard to believe that now in the USA at least a Christian has freedom to speak his opinions? How can we tolerate you gay and black to try and make us shut up? That's domination. You can't dominate the people of God and get away with it. Nobody said that God's people are perfect. But I'll tell you something, in the US we are the most kind version. And, we are called to be kind. You other people just got spoiled and that's all. God is most powerful and not your fight for individual rights to live how you wish. Nobody said you can't do it so go to your boyfriend and cry and wine to him. And, let Pat keep his own values. You had no right to black list this man. Equality? Then black list all the gays who think 2 men is natural.
Comment: #188
Posted by: Bkk Willy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:14 AM
Obviously Pat is just a nice guy. He is very polite. The people of the US have grown accustomed to this level of respect coming from the white christians here. We don't go around beating the infidels. But do you think that everybody is like Pat? ha ha ha some of us are not afraid to use force to keep our equality. Some of us will not be as polite to you when you try to treat a man like Pat without his rights to speak. You will not dominate us the majority. Guess again.
Comment: #189
Posted by: Bkk Willy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:17 AM
They were lucky to have Pat. I can't believe he chose to stay there as long as he did. I remember Pat saying a decade ago that some of our southern cities were virtual enclaves of Mexico. Say that today on any network and you would be in trouble. How did he make it this long? Pat is one of the few voices that should have been heeded in the past and we should listen to what he says today. Seriously, MSNBC is a JOKE.
Comment: #190
Posted by: Adam
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:19 AM
Seems if you don't tow the line for the Corporate Media you have no lie to tow these days. This is a shame. Pat is one of the true Americans speaking his own thoughts these days. I might not always agree with him but I do look to him to get an honest opinion from his side of the stream. He and Ron Paul are two people who speak their minds and in doing so piss people off. I'd rather be pissed than lie to. Both of them, like myself, have a great faith in the American people to have half a brain and understand what's going on around them and the other half to form they own opinion themselves instead of looking to CNN, FOX, CBS, NBC,ABC and the rest of the presstitutes to tell them what they think and feel about the news.
But alas, Pat's mic going silent is another sign we're going to hell in a bucket. The sheeple are too busy with their SUVs, Flat screens TV, iPads and other shiny bangles and bobbles to notice.
We have one chance. RON PAUL
Comment: #191
Posted by: Michael Toth
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:22 AM
If you read the piece, nowhere in it does Buchanan say that he was fired by MSNBC. Yes, he was suspended but there's no evidence to prove that they fired him. For all we know, Buchanan simply resigned. The commenters are assuming Buchanan was fired without any proof. It seems to me that if he was fired, he would have said that at some point in his piece. My guess is that he quit and is trying to play the Martyr to the Evil Liberals.
Comment: #192
Posted by: Cranky Media Guy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:28 AM
There's a war coming in this country. I don't know how AMericans can take much more of these socialists, progressives...whatever. I am not politically correct and refuse to be. I was born free and so was Pat but why he worked at PSMBC is beyond me. These people are disgraceful and foul mouthed and can't seem to get good numbers interested in their shows. So Pat don't feel bad about leaving the dimwittss, however I hope you will do something about being fired/blacklisted. This was wrong and needs to be addressed. We need to take our country back and soon. It should start with going green and cleaning out washington, beginning with Obimbo!
Comment: #193
Posted by: lynda
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:36 AM
Pat, you are always a champ and you are a fair-minded person. MSNBC's loss is World Net Daily, Creators syndicate, etc. etc. gain! We will continue to find you as long as you draw a breath and continue the good fight.
Comment: #194
Posted by: Mike_in_Kyiv
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:37 AM
I liked "Suicide of a Superpower" and I have many other books by Pat Buchanan. I agree that Pat's voice should be heard. However, private media should have right to provide a forum to whomever they wish. I just hope that the government doesn't find a way to circumvent the First Amendment and criminalize speech. Most countries do persecute "unpopular" speech to varying degrees. It may yet happen here if we are not vigilant.
Comment: #195
Posted by: Mike
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:53 AM
No great loss, Pat. I'm glad you're not with those dunces anymore.
Comment: #196
Posted by: KipNoxzema
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:00 AM
Re: j colfer
You're right about Mika, she always look like she's smelling a dirty diaper. Obviously stoking feeds her lines. Her dad has done serious harm to the country.
Buchanan and his scholarly arguments are one thing. All the hostile posts by people that identify with buchanan concern me more. Buchanan is a grown man, he can handle himself. Protocolzion/Ron Paul types who think the gulf wars are about Israel really bug me. Saddam went into Kuwait and then violated the cease fire for ten years. After 9/11 he was toast. No American have ever fought in any Israeli wars and Einsten can tie shoelaces. Im sick of the nazis and even tolerating them. In Germany you go prison for posting such things. Denying the crimes of the nazis is totally unacceptable. PERIOD
Comment: #197
Posted by: Jon
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:02 AM
Re: Trevor Trinkaus
Joe is what they wanted Pat to become. "Reasonable" and without convictions.
Comment: #198
Posted by: cmbcii
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:03 AM
Re: Jon
Meant to say "obviously someone is feeding her lines" this iPad is rogue
Comment: #199
Posted by: Jon
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:04 AM
The lines of confrontation are emerging. Those who recognize the problem are being forced to be more explicit about it: Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White countries for everyone else? White people are being presented with an opportunity to embrace genocide. This is the real distinction: not suicide, but genocide. One-sided immigration is being orchestrated, and people like Mr. Buchanan are talking around the edges of it. Not suicide, but genocide.
Comment: #200
Posted by: Exerces
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:12 AM
Pat, that is what you get for being on MSNBC. They are the enemy camp. What did you expect?
Comment: #201
Posted by: Jacqueline Martin
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:26 AM
Why does a professing Christian write demoralizing and derisive literature? If you have faith, let me see your works. The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace...
Comment: #202
Posted by: Peter
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:27 AM
THE COMMUNIST COMMAND AND CONTROL FREAKS CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
Comment: #203
Posted by: Straight Talk Hawk
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:31 AM
get it over with Pat the only newscast that will allow you to express your true views is Fox......I am truly a fan of yours and agree with you many times...I am sure Rev Al will sweep the ratings .....Mika will be sitting next to AL with blueberry on her sour face....Joe your next when you finally get tired of lowering your head and get the red neck backbone going again.....like you were taught in a culture were nonsense and BS were not tolerated...shame on MSNBC....arrogant sheep....unAmerican is surviving the sunlight...Obama
Comment: #204
Posted by: c dog
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:33 AM
Sounds like Pat is making too much sense for MSNBC and is actually reaching their viewers. Not good for the propaganda machine called MSNBC. They had no choice but to KrystalNacht him.
Comment: #205
Posted by: milt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:33 AM
Stand strong Mr. Buchanan. God will honor you someday for the strong stand you take on morality. I haven't read the book yet, but agree with everything I've heard so far. Why is Maxine Waters allowed to spew hate, and no one censores her! I for one am sick to death of political correctness. It is, and will be, the death of this once great nation!
Comment: #206
Posted by: Sherry Swain
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:35 AM
Re: Trevor Trinkaus - Joe is doing what Mika tells him what he can and cannot do...
Comment: #207
Posted by: BadtotheboneBob
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:37 AM
Do you know why God destroyed the city of Sodom?
Comment: #208
Posted by: geraldsr
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:39 AM
Re: Peter #204. Bravo! Well said. As for me and Mr. Buchanan and many, many of his rabid followers, let's just agree we disagree so all may keep their peace.
Comment: #209
Posted by: demecra zydeem
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:42 AM
It's at least ironic MSNBC's "politics of inclusion" has room for everyone except well-articulated, contrary views or thoughts, demonstrated by "MSNBC President Phil Griffin's, 'I don't think the ideas that (Buchanan) put forth (in his book) are appropriate for the national dialogue, much less on MSNBC'." Griffin should be embarrassed he so casually humiliated himself, but he won't be because he's oblivious to what he's done. "Only Lightweight Dissenters Need Apply to MSNBC" is Griffin's view of "the marketplace of ideas." Pat Buchanan's curriculum vitae shows him to be well worthy of a platform and close attention. One need not agree with him to know his exclusion from MSNBC is its loss, but we'll watch for him elsewhere. (Finally, let's not hear another peep out of MSNBC touting or purporting to champion "inclusion" on behalf of anyone else, since it only means, "that is, anyone else whose thoughts or lifestyles we agree with and condone; all the rest can go pound sand.")
Comment: #210
Posted by: Phil Don
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:44 AM
Hold on, is MSNBC still on the air? I do not realize that. Pat - you can do better.
Comment: #211
Posted by: tab
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:48 AM
Pat, welcome to Zionist America! Of course you are being treated as a Palestinian. Actually, when Palestinians migrate to the so-called U.S., they jump ahead of you in terms of group rights. The United States is run by Zionists ..left and right wing.The new social register has we European Americans on the bottom. The term political correctness came right out of the Soviet Union. The grandchildren of the Bolshevik, Menshevik, and Social Revolutionaries and the New York banksters who financed that non Russian revolution now run this country . There is no outrage because all power rests in the power elite ruling from Manhattan and L.A.As the author of European American Heritage Month(October of each year and celebrated in 6 school districts in California) and host of The European American Hour and Fork in the Road internet broadcast shows on realityradionetwork.com,our network welcomes you to join our station. We reach white folks around the world.
Comment: #212
Posted by: Stan Hess
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:55 AM
There is nothing racist about saying that whites are a minority...we are. There is nothing anti-semitic in what he says about Jews. There is also nothing homophobic in what he says about gays...the Holy Bible declares that the lifestyle is an abomination in the eyes of God. So does the Koran...yet no one goes after muslims for that one, and they kill gays in muslim countries. We do not. This is all due to the fact that we have in the White House someone who has done more to divide this country along party lines, racial lines and social lines. He is not a uniter; he is a divider. Pat, you're better off without all of those haters and boot lickers at MSNBC. Now you can speak your mind without fear of reproach. Last time I checked, we still have the right to free speech...for now.
Comment: #213
Posted by: denise
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:01 AM
I don't agree with everything Pat says but he is smart guy with a lot to say. He is not a racist and I wish him the best. I will continue to read him twice a week. Looks like no more Morning Joe for me.
Comment: #214
Posted by: Christopher Markarian
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:02 AM
Re: demecra zydeem
Odd that your keen observation of the GOP is "I know they are the war-monger party." May I take a moment to remind readers of a few disclaimers to your thinking? For openers, how about MAJOR WORLD CONFLICTS WWI (Wilson, D), WWII (FDR, D), Korea (HST, D), Vietnam (JFK, D, LBJ, D). OK so Iraq I and II plus Afghanistan were Bush, R led. Please take a moment to recall the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers on 9/11/01 and the war on terror which, to my information, is still going on except that BHO believes we can negotiate with the terrorists and when they are bad and we nab them, we should try them in US courts in NYC! And by the way, it was Richard Nixon, R who fulfilled a campaign promise to the American people to end the Vietnam war -- and did so!
Comment: #215
Posted by: bigbenz
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:04 AM
I hope he files lawsuits based on slander and exercise of free speech.
Comment: #216
Posted by: Stella8
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:10 AM
Sorry but 'multiculturalism' should have been rejected outright. I have been the only person that I have ever known or seen that has said this.

The concept is to imitate what causes problems in every country in the world, the differences between us.
The USA had the best idea when it did not matter where you came from, who you worshipped or the tint in your skin - we are all Americans, the great melting pot. That was our strength and Clinton and company are the people that made the idea part of the everyday lexicon and therefore started the infighting that causes problems elsewhere in the world to our shores.
It is not too far to the bottom from here!
Comment: #217
Posted by: Mike_US
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:13 AM
I used to love MSNBC, but they have become a complete and total joke. To me, they are now literally unwatchable! Does this move by them shock anybody?
Comment: #218
Posted by: Bob
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:14 AM
Special interest groups are the bane of an equal justice system, the Constitution and a democratic society. They all seek to espouse and promote their own causes at the expense of the whole.
Comment: #219
Posted by: TPurcell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:14 AM
Re: Craig Eliot

By your logic, pedophelia and beastality are also "natural".


What Jeffrey Dahmer did should also be considered natural.
Comment: #220
Posted by: TruthInSpending
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:17 AM
Most of those at MSNBC are extreme leftwing who really do not care for liberty. Anyone who cares for truth and those who are love Christians are called bigot and haters and yet the language of the left is the one that shoots nasty and hateful rhetoric all over. And the amazing thing is that they accuse those who oppose their views of the things that they do. They want the USA to be a country like Cuba and Venezuela and Iran where their views is not only spoken, it is promoted without any counter argument. The left does not care whether the USA becomes an extreme socialist country. They don't care for the 1st. amendment except to claim for their rights to say nasty things and they do not lose any opportunity to try to shut down those who oppose them by calling the others extremists, when, in truth, their views are extreme. Homosexuality, for example, is clearly defined Biblically as wrong. Just read Romans chapter 1, just to mention one record in the Bible. But the Bible teaching's in the current leftwing growing society we live in is constantly being made fun of. But the truth is that Truth prevails and when everything is put to evaluation, Truth prevails and those who fight it are on the losing side.
Comment: #221
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:21 AM
What is msnbc... is that a tv show or something... when does it come on?
Comment: #222
Posted by: scott
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:23 AM
Does it take long to post a comment? I have posted one but I can not see it.
Comment: #223
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:23 AM
Re: TPurcell
Interesting that I just stated that the left accuses us of the things they do. We, Christians, just want to be able to voice our opinions. But anytime we try to comment on any issue, they are the one's who want to shut us down. Now do we want to pursue to have a government that adhere to godly principles? Sure, we do. But we are not the one's trying to shut down those with opposing views. The left does that all the time.
Comment: #224
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:28 AM
By the way, I used to watch MSNBC a long time ago. At the time, they had an unbalanced line up where the predominance was leftwing but there were even shows where the host was a moderate Republican (which is the case of Joe Scarborough, but does anyone believe that show is balanced in the views promulgated? Even Joe Scarborough is far away from being conservative - though he claims he is. But people like Chris Matthews used to be much more moderate in his views. It seems that the election of Obama radicalized MSNBC. But I don't watch MSNBC. From time to time I watch clips posted on Drudge or RCP.
Comment: #225
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:35 AM
Teresa said, "An outrage! Too many have fought and died for the freedom of all Americans. Anyone who buys into this is very misguided. " I totally agree with her comment.

"Freedom of all Americans" extends to minorities and to all those who might be different from ourselves. This "freedom" also extends to MSNBC. The network is not censoring news. Instead, MSNBC has taken a stance against the unbridled hate that comes out of the mouths of extremists.
Comment: #226
Posted by: Jim Cooper
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:37 AM
I guess Pat will move to Fox.
I guess people that watched Pat on MSNBC will move to Fox.
MSNBC will be further crushed in the ratings game by Fox.
That is all good news to me.
Comment: #227
Posted by: SgtRock32
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:37 AM
I guess Pat will move to Fox.
I guess people that watched Pat on MSNBC will move to Fox.
MSNBC will be further crushed in the ratings game by Fox.
That is all good news to me.
Comment: #228
Posted by: SgtRock32
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:37 AM
Kinda feel like Juan Williams huh? Of course, it wasn't anything he said - just the association with FOX.
Comment: #229
Posted by: Doug
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:39 AM
I agree with Pat on many foreign policy matters, although rarely on domestic issues, and I certainly repudiate his rants against minorities as a "threat" to his imagined conservative white majority. However, freedom of speech is in no way a guarantee of air time on MSNBC, lol. This was obviously a ratings driven decision. Yes, you mighty capitalists, it's all about the profit. I love how profit and capitalism are sacrosanct except when, uh, you don't like the results.

Pat, you've done a lot to help dismantle the U.S. empire, and that makes us all safer. Your unfortunate bigotry and hate, however, have come home to roost. Welcome to Glen Beck land.
Comment: #230
Posted by: Ms. Rowena
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:42 AM
You are dealing with radical leftists who not only do not respect the spirit of the First Amendment, they even reject it outright. You are better off not being on MSNBC. No reasonable person should work for these freedom-hating statists and thereby lend any credibility to their network.
Comment: #231
Posted by: Joe
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:54 AM
Re: Jim Cooper

Jim, extremists? That is the description of most of those who spouse views at MSNBC, and those who make comments like yours. They want to shut down opposing views. The leftwings define as extremism anything that is contrary to what they want to promote, when, in truth, they are extreme.
Comment: #232
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:55 AM
The mainstream media is showing its last gasps of life. Soon there will be no FOX, soon MSNBC, CNN, ABC, NBC, TBS and the rest of the NON-JOURNALIST will be driving taxis. There will be a new America - but it will be without entangling alliances, no more wars, no more RZ's, and no more FED.
Comment: #233
Posted by: jj
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:56 AM
Re: Ms. Rowena
It has nothing to do with ratings and capitalism. As a matter of fact, ratings and revenues will be sacrificed with things like these because less and less people will watch MSNBC. It has everything to do with shuting down opposing views.
By the way, at times MSNBC hosts complain about conservative people not appearing at their shows. Why would they appear there? Have you ever noticed how they are treated? And the left has the audacity of calling conservative haters, when they express their hate, with hatevul rhetoric all the time.
Comment: #234
Posted by: fandaelis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:59 AM
Re: derek The free market did not decide. The America hating leftists at MSLSD decided. They will never learn that no one but the brain dead left will watch their channel if they continue on their path. Eventually the advertisers will say enough is enough. Now that will be the free market deciding.
Comment: #235
Posted by: doug
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:01 AM
Pat, in 2008 Ron Paul got an audit of an 8 month window at the Federal Reserve. That audit revealed that MSNBC received $200 Million Dollars of FED stimulus to keep the Ponzi scheme quiet, and you, my friend, rock the boat. The graveyard is getting bigger.. first Lou Dobbs (back before he was neutered by Fox), Judge Andrew Napolitano and now you. You still have many followers, keep on brother!

p.s. Your sister is a little creepy though, tell her to cut the propaganda talk.
Comment: #236
Posted by: clickron
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:06 AM
It's funny everyone screams about FOX being one sided but they have people from the left on many of their shows and I can't recall one time when they got fired for saying something FOX didn't agree with...hmmmm!!
Comment: #237
Posted by: Tom
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:12 AM
Just another example of the liberal media and it's bias. Pat, go to a network that actually gets ratings, where your beautiful voice and opinions will not be censored as they were. But more importantly, it's another example of how this country if failing and the end of White America truly is coming. Call me racist, or whatever term liberals love to spew, but White people are losing on all fronts. Pay higher taxes because you're white. Be censored more because your white. Be labeled racist because you're white. I can go on and on...tell me this, why - when Mexican are the majority in California do I not get minority tax breaks being white? Why don't I get preferential lending for my business when i'm the minority, but the taco shop that just opened next to me was completely funded through some 'minority business program?" Why can you have an all black college but not an all white? Why did I lose my best friend of 15 years because I didn't vote for Obama - oh, because i'm not black and didn't vote for a man because of the color of his skin. I for one, am ready to leave this once great country. I'd rather go live in a society where liberals don't exist - only problem, where is that place? Besides a church?
Comment: #238
Posted by: WeAreLosing
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:18 AM
Who but the dumbest zombies watch MSNBC.
Comment: #239
Posted by: Jesse Jacksoooon
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:19 AM
My days as a political analyst at MSNBC have come to an end. After 10 enjoyable years, I am departing,
Ten years with MSNBC? C'mon Pat, you sleep ith dogs, you get fleas. You know that.
Comment: #240
Posted by: hillcoguy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:26 AM
Pat, you warned America in Houston in 1992 that we were in a cultural war. Many scorned you for that statement, but now in 2012, American is being assaulted on all fronts. Media Matters' disclosure of compliance to destroy a private company (Fox News) is latest example. Nobody really watched MSNBC anyway. It is their loss.
Comment: #241
Posted by: GoldenRudy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:29 AM
I have read Pat's book. It is magnificent. Pure proof that the Left cannot abide FACTS. Pat - I'd say to you being off MSNBC should be a badge of honor.
Comment: #242
Posted by: Donald Povie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:29 AM
Pat is right. The pattern to erode our first ammendment rights by the very people who make a living under the protection of this right is alarming. Remember Bob Zelnick and his book BackFire? He dared to confuse people with the facts that affirmative action is a federally sponsored racist program that judges people soley by the color of their skin. He was promptly canned by his employer ABCNEWS. Another respected ABCNEWS journalist, David Brinkley was made to grovel at the feet of President Clinton when he (Brinkley) said on air that Clinton's behavior (with woman) was "boorish." The liberal speech police came knocking claiming that tolerance of free speech did not tolerate free speech against liberalism! If ABCNEWS was to ever be granted access to the Clinton White House Mr. Brinkley will have to apologise...on air...and he did!! Stand tall and lean into the wind Pat. You are in good company.
Comment: #243
Posted by: rj
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:30 AM
Re: Craig Eliot homosexual "acts" are immoral and unnatural. Buchanan has only stated what the Catholic teaching is. It also teaches that marriage is an indissoluble union between a man and a woman and that sex must be confined to that relationship. Although many do not like these things, it is a fact our society would be much more healthy if we did them.
Comment: #244
Posted by: Rational Hypostasis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:34 AM
When you lay down with dogs you're gonna get fleas. He should have known better than to associate himself with that organization to begin with...they eat their own. Hopefully this is a lesson to others in that same situation...liberal outlets don't like if you disagree with their views, they will attack and destroy, sad, very sad.
Comment: #245
Posted by: Jessica
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:34 AM
Pat: What do you expect? Play with fire and you get burned. The leftists at PMSNBC only put up with you, you know they always hated your guts. You didn't send a thrill up Matthews pant leg.
Comment: #246
Posted by: EastSideHunky
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:38 AM
The New Dialogue- Tag Everything Racist!- Scream as loud as you can!-React at the speed of Google! Parrot pseudo intellect to impress your friends!
Rumsfeld, Cheney, Imus? Shout them down! Cornell West and Tavis Smiley? You are no longer considered diverse by your peers! Your opinions are not within the bounds of diversity and.the Supreme Court of Instant Internet Justice, hereby sentences you to censorship by denigration. You shall be shouted down by your former pees until silent. May God have mercy on your heathen souls.
MSNBC without Pat Buchanan? That's like Monica Lewinsky without a blue dress!
Stupidity seeks it's own level,l as does intelligence. The ultimate outcome will not be a war of race, but one of intellect. I'd love to produce a show with Dr. West, Pat Buchanan, Tavis Smiley, Dick Cheney and Don Imus, perhaps then America would see that the "race", card game is over. It's the "stupid", card game now.
The "diverse" left drew a royal flush.
Suicide of America? I didn't hear the gun go off, because diversity was screaming so loudly.
They can eat their websites after the funeral.
Comment: #247
Posted by: Gary Nelson Harper
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:39 AM
What you don't like is that Pat Buchanan puts his own people first.
Comment: #248
Posted by: Bob O'Dell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:40 AM
While I often disagree with Pat Buchanan's opinions I have always enjoyed reading his books and articles. His conclusions may have some bias (doesn't everyone's!) but he is a brilliant ,well-educated and thoughtful writer. Shame on MSNBC for firing someone so obviously qualified,at the behest of the narrow-minded bigots.
Comment: #249
Posted by: Maureen
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:43 AM
I have watched over the years radicals on the left who happen to be Jewish go after Conservative Christians. Yet, because of political correctness, the moment anyone says even the slightest remark about progressive, radical left wingers who happen to also be Jewish, the argument is turned around and the word antisemitism becomes the focus. However, radical left wing Jews are attacking Conservative Christians in the media along with other so called progressives, and no one says a word about it.
Ever heard of Bill Mahr? Seen his hate campaign against Christianity? Where is the outrage? Where are the comments from the more sensible members of the radical left saying that Mahr should shut his bigoted mouth? Their silence is deafening.
Christians strongly support religious liberty for everyone, but Obama and other leftists apparently do not support Christians or Christianity. Some like Bill Mahr do nothing to hide their hate for those who follow Jesus Christ.
Comment: #250
Posted by: Maranatha
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:45 AM
Re: Joe S
"mornings with Mika"
LOL! Good one!
And everyday she'll have a "special guest"....her father!
We the people are in big trouble.
Comment: #251
Posted by: Charles
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:49 AM
It's time for Pat to name the joo. Stoop tiptoeing around the fact that big joo is the force behind the destruction of White America.
Comment: #252
Posted by: The Bobster
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:52 AM
Paddie Buchanan has written and spoken brilliantly for decades on America's problems. Unfortunately, he is not known for "solutions" or actually running for elected office.

After watching Paddie and reading Paddie for years, there is no evidence or signs of racism or bigotry in Paddie. The problem is that for decade after decade, Paddie's followers and detractors regularly extrapolate racism and bigotry. Paddie Buchanan regularly writes and speaks in the true fashion of a well taught Catholic Student ---"learning by rote". Unfortunately most of Paddie's followers and detractors are mostly graduates of Modern Liberal Education ---"learning of pyschobabble, basketweaving and collegial sports preparation".
Further many of Paddie's most fervent supporters many of whom whine about "assimilation" never fully assimilated into America as a culture themselves instead worshipping at the alter of Catholic Labor Dogma and Old World Social Classes and Feudalism that has now morphed into the big estates and fiefdoms of Government manned by the pikemen of the Government Union Filth. The Protestant Reformation was about the distribution of truth and freedom to the general population and was initiated by the "illegal" (to Catholics) printing of the Guttenberg Bible in the unofficial language of "German". Today's America in desperation is turning back to Catholicism and regularly speaks the language of "classes" and "class injustice" and big intrusive crusading government from the left and the right.

Paddie has been never been proven a racist or convicted as a racist but he is consistently surrounded by racists and bigots and never addresses directly racism and bigotry in his supporters or even his detractors. Paddie and his proteges, closest allies also tend to be election LOSERS with amazing regularity. Paddie is a lot like a typical mob lord who keep his own hands clean of "racism" while letting his underlings do the "dirty work". As an American, I believe in innocence until proven guilty. As a "juror", it is certainly very reasonable to conclude that one who profits by and prefers the company of racists and bigots should certainly be questioned as a racist and a bigot and an anti-semite.

After being EJECTED from the Republican party years ago, the big surprise is that MSNBC kept Paddie around as long as it did.
Comment: #253
Posted by: Ron May
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:53 AM
Re: derek

There IS no free marker in the MSM. It's owned and controlled by the joowish masters.
Comment: #254
Posted by: The Bobster
Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:56 AM
Re: Craig Eliot

Back in the closet, colon cowboy. take your perversion elsewhere.
Comment: #255
Posted by: The Bobster
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:00 AM
Pat Buchanan is a heck of a fine writer and can be trusted to defend freedom while the block commissars who oppose him can not. People who are concerned about the dimunution of freedom in America must vote for Ron Paul.
Comment: #256
Posted by: Hec Jervae
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:05 AM
Yknow Pat... MSNBC does not have to allow anyone with an opinion on its network. Free speech entitles you to say whatever you want - but not everyone has to listen.

Despite the fact that you are so bizarrely entertaining - with your views of tribalism and ethnic nationalism - I really do believe that MSNBC did the right thing.

Yes I will miss seeing your idiotic and strange views on MSNBC but yknow what - with the divisiveness and hatred that people like yourself help create in this country from time to time - it is a tradeoff I think that is worth it.

Your views are so warped that I seriously have to wonder if there is some kind of imbalance or physical manifestation or pathology that causes you to believe the obvious foolish and stupid things that you seem to embrace. And the truly amazing thing (and I believe this is proof of your folly) is that the vast majority of Americans (and people on earth for that matter) reject your "views"; despite the amount of media coverage that you have been given to this point in time.

Perhaps there is some hope for the human race after all.
Comment: #257
Posted by: Dave
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:10 AM
Re: Jeff Dunetz
Jeff, congratulations on your exhaustive comment, complete with citations. In the interests of full disclosure, can you tell us how it is you were able to put together such a comprehensive essay in such a short period of time? One can't help but wonder about the possible financial or other motivations behind this well prepared, timely, and sharp piece of character assassination.
John James
Comment: #258
Posted by: John James
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:11 AM
The Jews silenced him .... with the help of blacks and homosexuals.
He was destined to be black listed because he denied the holohoax. I voted for him for president twice.
We love you Pat....
He's the best historian this country has....
Comment: #259
Posted by: Priscilla
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:11 AM
I've always found reading what Pat Buchanan writes worth while. He makes bold assertions and then with valid historical references and logic makes a case for them. Even when i don't sometimes fully agree with his premise, I always learn something. Our country needs far more bold, politically incorrect thinkers as Mr. Buchanan.
Comment: #260
Posted by: Tskm
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:14 AM
Re: derek

The free market doesn't get to choose who speaks. That is a first amendment issue. If that was the case, then anyone who doesn't like an opinion that is different on a show could call for the show to never again have a person who disagrees with their views on and that would do more harm than good. In this case the free market had nothing to do with it. Free market would simply be people choosing not to watch a show, but to have people go after him in the manner described is way beyond free market. In addition, as is clearly pointed out, many of the points used to complain about him are often used or stated by the very people who are now complaining. Since now it appears "fair" is all important...how is that fair? When you throw logic and reason out the window, the you are only left with ignorance.

You are misguided at best and sticking your head in the sand at worst by saying this is a free market issue. Shame on you.
Comment: #261
Posted by: JSN
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:20 AM
The thought police of the left are the most vile of human beings. I hope to see Pat soon, appearing on Fox News as a political analyst. I hope Fox shows a little more backbone with Pat than they did with Beck.
Comment: #262
Posted by: Andrew
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:31 AM
Pat has every right to say what he wants;people can disagree. What I think is so egregious is the tone of the Left when anyone on the Right says anything they do not like. They, who as Pat says, claim to be so tolerant, are the most intolerant.
Maher can say what he likes and it is celebrated; Rev. Wright can say what he likes and it is celebrated.
I think that the Left is in demise however; the American Public is on to them and their reporting of the news. So bear up and keep on challenging those people who want to burn our Flag, interrupt Hero funerals, and all the other intolerances and "injustices" that they come up with. People like that who feel the need to destroy what is not familiar to their mind, need a shock, so let's not back down from doing just that, and they will go limping away. It has gotten so over the last 20 years or more, that the more moderate among us has given them free rein. That time has to be over, so that we can return to a moderate debate where everyone is listened to, even if not agreed with.
Comment: #263
Posted by: Clementina Filosa-Morton
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:33 AM
Buchanan is right in many aspects of morality, esp homosexuality, but has for yrs ingratiated himself in traditional Christian circles be continuing to support traditional morality, yet pandering to the mistaken belief of Americanism. The USA has NEVER been a Christian nation, not since 1776 on. Christ is nowhere in any foundational documents-just vague references to "god", "natures god" and other Masonic like phrases. He has been a staple of mixing traditional Catholic morality with the heretical Americanism this is obvious by this article alone. Sadly, Catholics in America have always felt they had to out-patriot the "real" Americans that were anything but Catholic. It is a disease that is now roosting by a complete breakdown that Buchanan laments, yet the solution for him is more fantasy and more Founder-idolotry.
Comment: #264
Posted by: Chris Campbell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:36 AM
MSNBC is a fringe network for far-left-wing types to listen to their own view of the world be validated. They don't want to hear contrary voices like Pat Buchanan, and management knows that. MSNBC has no obligation to air opposing views, nor to be act as if it's anything but a mouthpiece for Media Matters, the DNC, and the Obama White House.

And more to the point, Pat Buchanan was aware of that fact LOOOOONG after MSNBC abandoned the role of a traditional cable news network (a task at which it was failing, audience-wise) and decided to rebrand itself as an explicitly partisan outlet. And he decided to stay with it anyway.

Lay down with progressive dogs, Buchanan, and expect to get flea-bitten.
Comment: #265
Posted by: Va_Guy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:37 AM
Re: JSN
Guess there is then no "free market", which is never defined and never really operates......the few control the shots...
Comment: #266
Posted by: Chris Campbell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:38 AM
Re: Priscilla

If you are implying that the holocaust was a hoax you are an effing idiot and a vile human being. Shame on you.
Comment: #267
Posted by: Andrew
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:38 AM
Re: Wendy

Actually, Christ should b the basis, not a document devoid of Him.........also, message to Pat-religious "liberty" is not Catholic.pragmatic toleration, at times, sure, but the 1st Amendment is not Catholic.......the "everyone has a right to say/think/beleive" has led us to this mess of radical individualism......
Writing books bemoaning the natural consequence of things you support is a bit double-minded.....
Comment: #268
Posted by: Chris Campbell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:40 AM
Who watches MSNBC? This is a non story.
Comment: #269
Posted by: Charlie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:41 AM
Re: derek-It was not the free market which decided the fate of Buchanan, it was Left wing ideologues who cannot tolerate any views save their own.

It is not by definition a case of censorship because only the Government can be guilty of that offense. However it is exactly the same offense which if committed by a Gov. would be classified as censorship.

Buchanan is dead on when he says the true ideology and the plans the Left has for America cannot exist in the light of day so they must be hidden and implemented gradually by using lies and threats to any who a glimmer of understanding about their future for America as they see it.
Comment: #270
Posted by: JJV
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:46 AM
Re: Clementina Filosa-Morton

again, everyone saying what ever they want whenever about whatever has led in part to this breakdown.....Do i get to go on TV and say that Jews should be gassed? of course NOT! or that blacks should become, again, slaves? Definately not!

DO I get to show a TV show with rampant homosexuality? that is after all part of my "freedom" under Amendment 1, the natural course, then, along w/pornography. Masonry is a teacher that all roads lead to "god" and that the "enlighted" man is his own god........well, that is the foundation of the USA, how are we all now liking it? Calvinists in Mass. would not approve and did not....Luther would not have.......nor the English under Anglican rule....they, along with the Catholic Church, never,ever supported radical "freedoms" and seperation of church/state.......what Pat supprots nad trumpets, has also led to the downfall of the USA......he is well meaning, to be sure, but, double minded.......
Comment: #271
Posted by: Chris Campbell
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:46 AM
Get the queers back into the closet. Buchanan is more right than he knows. I detest the direction of this Country. The best hope to end this vile and evil sexuality is to let the Islamist's win and impose Sharia Law. For sure this c r a p will be in the closet again. Now GET OUTTA MY FACE YOU IDIOTS.
Comment: #272
Posted by: NYS Parkie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:52 AM
Get the queers back into the closet. Buchanan is more right than he knows. I detest the direction of this Country. The best hope to end this vile and evil sexuality is to let the Islamist's win and impose Sharia Law. For sure this c r a p will be in the closet again. Now GET OUTTA MY FACE YOU IDIOTS.
Comment: #273
Posted by: NYS Parkie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:52 AM
Don't expect a hue and cry from the m edia over Pat's firing. If Juan Williams were to be fired by FOX, THEN, you'd hear the weeping and gnashing.
Face it, folks. We are in a cataclysmic battle in this country. Obama promised to "transform this country" and he meant it. The liberal media see a golden opportunity to aid and abet this transformation. We're fighting for our lives and those of our children and grand kids.
Comment: #274
Posted by: jimbo
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:56 AM
Re: Chris Campbell
Pat is right. America is a Christian nation. Our values and laws are largely based upon biblical values. Yet, most importantly, the vast majority of Americans say they are "Christian".
Would you say that Israel is not a Jewish nation?
A side note: Since the 1960s when communists infiltrated the hippie movement, and reoriented it with Marxist values that attacked our most precious traditions and institutions like Traditional Family Values, America has been on the wrong road. We must do whatever is necessary to shake off the parasitic communists and embrace again those values and institutions that are right and proper, and that have caused America to be the world's leader in liberty and prosperity for over 200 years.
Comment: #275
Posted by: Maranatha
Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:58 AM
MSNBC is not alone. Fox is gagging Judge Napalitano in much the same way. I like both!
Comment: #276
Posted by: CC Coleman
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:00 AM
I was going to suggest that people boycott MSNBC because they don't allow free speech, but after getting a glimpse of their ratings, I don't think anyone is watching anyhow. Maybe they got of rid of Pat Buchanan because they already had a male commentator at night (Rachel Maddow).
Comment: #277
Posted by: SFJohnny
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:03 AM
I am not a white American nor a Christian. But I do feel the truth in what Mr. Buchanan has written. Actually if his
ideas were put in practice I might not be in this country for last 38 years. His right to express is sacred to me because I have cherished the same right for past 38 years. The banana Network like MSNBC are creating their own First Amendment for "National Conversation" and silencing the individuals in the hunt for advertising dollars and letting Mr. Foxman like influence paddlers to distort the facts.
I hope Mr. Buchanan keep expressing and keep giving his take on where America is heading. Lot of us may disagree with his views but we shall try to understand what he has to say. If likes of MSNBC, CNN and FOX have their way than the day is not far when all of us will have the streaks of "American Taliban" and "Saudi Wahabism".
Comment: #278
Posted by: sam vyas
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:04 AM
For the life of me I could not figure out how he stay that long on that Communist television station. This is what the left wants to ultimately do to every last radio, television and internet station/site, do away with any thing other then their views. The internet and talk radio is still alive, but I all but gave up on television; including FOX.
Comment: #279
Posted by: paul
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:18 AM
Re: derek

OH PLEASE! A liberal that touts the "free market." If Liberals actually believed in the "free market." NPR, Planned Parenthood, and all the rest of the far left thinktanks would be out of business because they'd lose their Federal Funding. Not to mention public schools (vs. charter schools and other free-market solutions to public education), social security, welfare and a dozen other liberal programs. Liberals love the "free-market" only as long as it supports their ideals, but as soon as it doesn't, then they champion whatever program-of-the-moment as a "civil right" which requires the unified effort of the entire USA, even though a majority clearly don't support it. So, next time you try bragging about how the "free-market" works, maybe you should think about what would happen if the free-market actually worked.
Comment: #280
Posted by: Brock
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:25 AM
I refuse to watch Fox news, MSNBC, CNN and all the rest of the propaganda these sewer news outlets report. We are currently getting rid of our cable. It is amazing that there hundreds of channels and not a one worth watching. Therefore, we are going internet to get the truth. Americans can not get the truth anymore from watching cable. Most Americans are nothing more than sheeple being led to the slaughter. Pat Buchanan you ROCK! All the politicians Repuglicans, Demoncraps and all the media outlets are nothing but political lacky's for these corrupt politicians.
Comment: #281
Posted by: subcritical
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:27 AM
I always thought that MSNBC had Pat Buchanan as the Conservative voice because he was so far to the crazy right that he would embarrass himself and Conservatives in general with his comments. I think his firing from MSNBC is a good thing, let's see what crazy far right voice they will hire to replace him.
Comment: #282
Posted by: Mike Oftal
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:34 AM
OK, I will take you up n the invitation: I call you "STUPID". To state that the Republican Party is the war-mongering party, is to be one-eye blind.
There is ONE PARTY in America now. It has two wings. There are the GOP and Democrat wings of the stinking imperial buzzard.
Comment: #283
Posted by: Attilashrugs
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:40 AM
Blacklisting is consistent with political correctness:

Political correctness is defined by those on the left of the political spectrum as avoiding language that may cause offence and is therefore seen by them as a positive thing. However, the way in which the Liberal Elite use political correctness is not in any way positive, but is intolerant of the views of others and seeks to limit free speech. They simply claim that any opinion, other than their own, causes offence to a minority group, whether it be racial, cultural or sexual and therefore that opinion should not be voiced and any person that does voice that opinion should be smeared as racist, homophobic, sexist or even populist (Hamish Robertson - Monday 22 Aug 2011)
Comment: #284
Posted by: Jim57
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:40 AM
The Progressive Left is determining how we ought to think and do. Taking away freedom of speech of those of dissent is absolutely necessary to achieve their goal. It was easy to fire Mr. Buchanan from MSNBC because the ideology is the same. The reason why Mr. Buchanan can't get on other networks is because they are cowards, e.g. they know that Media Matters will put out the propaganda so that the networks will lose their advertisers (lose money). So, for the sake of money they are as well complicit in suppression of freedom of speech. Is this the America that we want?
Comment: #285
Posted by: scotty
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:43 AM
Good for you Pat. Why would you want to help drive their ratings and advertising revenue anyway? You are way above that channel and shouldn't waist your time there.
Comment: #286
Posted by: BC
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:46 AM
Re: derek
So lets see you say Hooray for free markets because someone was fired for there opinion and it hurt the bottom line of A-Mess NBC right. Then if my business is hurt because patrons wont buy from me because I have a gay employee, I should be able to fire them because they're gay right? OK i got it hooray for free markets.
Comment: #287
Posted by: Fedup
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:56 AM
Re: Jeff Dunetz Oh come on Mr. B never said that about Jews on the Supreme Court because the majority of members are RomanCatholic and a majority are practicing Roman Catholic.
Comment: #288
Posted by: Jo
Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:58 AM
Re: derek
So lets see you say Hooray for free markets because someone was fired for there opinion and it hurt the bottom line of A-Mess NBC right. Then if my business is hurt because patrons wont buy from me because I have a gay employee, I should be able to fire them because they're gay right? OK i got it hooray for free markets.
Comment: #289
Posted by: Fedup
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:00 AM
Buchanan is a very knowledgable analyst who can layout the specifics to an argument very precisely. Why should he care if MSNBC doesn't want him? Fox News will pick him up in a heartbeat. Of course, this will further the left's argument that conservatives and righties are biased racists, but why should Fox News care? Most of their viewers have lower IQs and are misinformed anyway
Comment: #290
Posted by: christy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:01 AM
Re: Craig Eliot It's called a religious belief, Craig. You may not be aware of this but such beliefs are PROTECTED by our Constitution. I might also add for your information that religious beliefs are neither right nor wrong, just as they are neither intelligent nor unintelligent. So who the HELL are you to tell Mr. Buchanan his religious beliefs are somehow stupid???? Oh yeah, but your side is the tolerant side... how could I forget???
Comment: #291
Posted by: David
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:10 AM
Re: demecra zydeem
With Pat gone, I and a huge number of other Americans have absolutely no reason to watch that homogenous, Anglo-liberal centric network.
MSNBC is nothing but a pile of Bantha Poodoo.
Comment: #292
Posted by: RGCheek
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:13 AM
As William F. Buckley once said “Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views.”
This latest move by MSNBC serves to further confirm what many have known for a long time. Namely, that MSNBC is not a legitimate source of news. Rather, it is a mouthpiece for a group of liberal power brokers. Recent investigative reports on Media Matters go as far as to suggest that MSNBC simply relays talking points developed elsewhere.
Comment: #293
Posted by: CR99
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:14 AM
Re: derek, how can you post this, unless you did not read the article.. or comprehend it?
Pat, I often do not agree with conclusions you draw, but I like reading and respect you a great deal. Fairness, laying out your cases. Love to see Fox pick you up
Comment: #294
Posted by: darkroast
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:18 AM
Pat Buchanan's departure from MSNBC is their loss. It is rare in the human experience to come upon a truly great mind like that of Mr. Buchanan's. This episode is yet one more graphic example showing that we are not allowed to speak the truth in contemporary American society. The far left simply cannot counter the eloquent articulation's that are in his many books, especially anything having to do with demographics. Hopefully, a legitimatte outlet like Fox News will enlist him so that we may continue to learn from him, as he is a national treasure of the highest order.
Comment: #295
Posted by: Ted
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:21 AM
Pat Buchanan is a brilliant man whose books and beliefs should be listened to. The left can't stand him and Phil Griffin insults all listeners with his comments about Pat. Its probably why Fox news is number one. This would not happen on that network. Good luck Pat I will still purchase your books and listen to a true American.
Comment: #296
Posted by: lawrence
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:24 AM
For those of you that have no clue about the constitution... and you to bho.... "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
Comment: #297
Posted by: Artic Slayer
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:28 AM
As a hispanic male, i am glad Pat wrote the book. You racist idiots need to remember that that it was europeans that established this country and make it the envy of the world. The only problem i have with this bigot is he hates gays. That redoric is no different than Dan White who was a murderer. As a christian i would like to remind my brothers and sisters that Jesus said to love thy neighbor and they also should realize that gays are their brother, sister, mother, father, etc..... The Republican partry will fall if they continue to live on the Abortion/anit-gay platform. We need to get rid of this spender socialist Obama and get a fiscial repondsible person in the office. I like Ron Paul and will vote for him but if Mit Romny makes wins the primary, i will vote for him in the election.
Comment: #298
Posted by: george
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:34 AM
Wow...banned from PMSNBC....I would wear that as a badge of honor. You are only missing out on 2 viewers at most.
Comment: #299
Posted by: Shish
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:34 AM
Opinionated Catholics have real problems in the public space. They can be very facile and very learned and then all of a sudden out pops stuff that almost no one believes.
I've enjoyed listening to Pat Buchanan many times but his erudition is a trap to get people to accept his Catholicism.
Comment: #300
Posted by: Johnny Landow
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:34 AM
Re: derek
The 'Free Market' didn't decide Mr. Buchanan's fate, MSNBC and fear-mongers did.
Had Pat been a financial albatross to the network, by all means let him go. Did ratings suddently tank after his book came out? Maybe they did. And if that's the case, MSNBC should have said, "Pat no longer brings in viewers and is not a financially viable personality for us." That's free-market.
Saying that Pat's views are dangerous and terminating him for a point of view that he's held, quite vocally, for decades, is complete and utter crap. Not surprisingly, MSNBC cow-towed to a hysterical minority and promptly did the wrong thing. As progressives are wont to do.
Comment: #301
Posted by: TracyFromMI
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:36 AM
Mr. Buchannon is now complaining about the very atmosphere and blind partisan destroy at all cost attitude that he, most politicians, and talking heads have created over the last ten years! Instead of honest, bi-partisan news reporting and holding politicians and government accountable on both sides of the aisle he has played to the zealots and it doesn't matter that he was on one side or the other, the fact is he and his peers could have held the system and those who are elected to serve the people to a much higher standard. A standard that didn't align itself with ideology of any group or organization over that of the American People. And now there should be some sympathy because it has turned on him??? No sir, you have had your cake and eaten it too at the expense of a united America for far too long. Good luck in your future and I am certain you will be just fine.
Comment: #302
Posted by: Lerome
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:37 AM
Pat, wake up and smell the roses... It's called Liberal Fascism . MSNBC is a state run media outlet. Ever increasing Government control over all aspects of our lives , including issues of life and death. Marginalization and supression of the opposition. Until , you and other national voices begin to deal with it as such, the Progressive Fascists will grow in strength.
Comment: #303
Posted by: Joe Nicole
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:39 AM
Let MSNBC know what you think. These comments should go to them.
Comment: #304
Posted by: Dana
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:41 AM
Pat,
It seems to me that the thesis of your book is supported by the action of MSNBC - it's part of the "Sucide of America" to disavowal your voice in the national dialogue.
Your problem is that you write and speak too well.
How about a book on the dangers of nuclear power plants as we see from Fukushima?
Comment: #305
Posted by: Morbid
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:43 AM
This has nothing to do with free speech. Pat Buchanan can spew his racist hate speech as much as he wants, but MSNBC is choosing not to pay him to do it anymore since their audience and sponsors find it offensive. That's the free market at work. Not to worry, Fox viewers love that filth and they are probably building the set for his new show as we speak.
Comment: #306
Posted by: Felicia
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:45 AM
Why would anyone consider Buchanan an anti-Semite? Sure, he endlessly defended the genocidal Nazi death camp guard John Demjamjuk. So what if Germany later convicted Demjanjuk of Nazi war crimes. So what if Pat slimed supporters of Israel as disloyal to America. So what if Pat's rhetoric harkened back to the 1930s when "America First" supporters smeared Americans who wanted to fight Hitler as crafty Jews.

Actually, I remember a CNN crossfire segment when Buchanan was badgering a man with a Jewish last name by repeatedly asking him, "Isn't the bible a Jewish book?" The discussion had nothing to do with Israel or Jews, and the man looked baffled...as in, "why is this bastard Jew-ing me?"

So, maybe he is an anti-Semite, as well as a racist homophobe.

I can't stand MSNBC, but they were right to can the creep.
Comment: #307
Posted by: Don Basson
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:45 AM
Yet another reason to not only surf past the MSNBC quickly but to block it off my TV altogether. You Liberal dorks are so stupid that I can't even watch you for a good laugh.

May you be force feed your own fesces.
Comment: #308
Posted by: Finious T Bluster
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:49 AM
Speak the truth with power Pat! MSNBC , "can't handle the truth!"
Comment: #309
Posted by: Doug Anderson
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:06 AM
Re: Craig Eliot
So using your brilliant logic; A pyromaniac should not be punished or reprimanded for burning down people's homes...for he's naturally inclined to do so...neither the kleptomaniac for stealing comes naturally...if homosexuals acts are good because they're the natural inclination of the host...why not include animals and children in their portfolio of pleasures?
Comment: #310
Posted by: Damien
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:10 AM
The only "hate " speech is when someones defines what speech is acceptable; and the only things worth discussing, are the things people don't want to talk about.
To quote Jefferson: "...I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." - Jefferson to Dr. Benjamin Rush, September 23, 1800[1]
Comment: #311
Posted by: Swissarge
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:13 AM
I don't understand why the liberal and PC organizations are now so against Pat Buchanan, when you consider that in '2000 the Jews in West Palm Beach all seemed to vote for him.
Comment: #312
Posted by: Lee
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:13 AM
MSNBC is really going off the deep end. It is no surprise to me that they have let you go, Pat. As another poster here stated, you have been living in a snake den for 10 years and finally got bit. VERY much like what happened to Juan Williams over at NPR. We look forward to hearing you again once you get a job offer from CNN, FOX, or some other station that values your talent and expertise.
Comment: #313
Posted by: Alveys America
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:21 AM
Re: derek
I think you read a different article. It was not, in fact, that the free market that had spoken. Rather it was a small number of ideologically driven narrow interest groups who pressured MSNBC into dropping him. The free market had nothing to do with it. If you want a true measure of the free market vis-a-vis MSNBC, look at the ratings. The free market has kept MSNBC as a third-rate also ran in television ratings. The people have spoken and found MSNBC wanting.
Comment: #314
Posted by: John
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:22 AM
Re: derek
Derek, are you saying that anyone who disagrees with homosexual behavior should be denied a profitable, successful life? What a totalitarian, heterophobic tyrant you are. I disagree with your lifestyle. It IS unnatural. Don't argue that it isn't, either. You liberals always want to tout science as your god, right? Well here's some science for you, tyrant. The anus and rectum do NOT self lubricate the way a vagina does. Never have, never will. Sperm is biologically designed to fertilize an egg... not swim aimlessly in human waste. That's science. Basic biology says it's unnatural. Gross, right? Yeah...we think so too.
Comment: #315
Posted by: Phil
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:29 AM
When I googled Color of Change low and behold , it's cofounder is non other than Van Jones. Remember him ?
Obama,s former Energy Czar and Acorn thug. If this is who calls MSNBC 's shots no wonder their ratings are so bad.
Comment: #316
Posted by: Sue
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:36 AM
I fail to understand how MSNBC dropping Pat Buchanan is a "violation of the First Amendment"? Is he not free to publish his books as he wishes? Is he not free to make political statements as he pleases? The government is not, here, oppressing his right to speech. If he chooses not to speak out because others speak against his speech, well, he's being a pansy.
On the other hand, he has a long history of bigotry, so his being accused of being a bigot is pretty reasonable. He can say bigoted things, but that doesn't mean that people have to pay him to do it.
And, @Phil, so what? How does it hurt you if someone does something you think is gross?
Comment: #317
Posted by: Mick
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:40 AM
Re: demecra zydeem

I'm not sure what you are trying to say.....
Comment: #318
Posted by: stacie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:42 AM
Sadly, this tends to be the case for the majority of far left pundits. They are some of the least tolerant people I have ever met. Not surprised in the least. MSNBC makes FOX look fair and balanced.
Comment: #319
Posted by: ericdb
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:44 AM
Re: Mick It isn't a violation of his 1st amendment, but it does show the true colors of far left political pundits who can't stand to hear opposing views. Typical answer from you. If someone doesn't believe in the leftist machine, then they must be a bigot.
Comment: #320
Posted by: ericdb
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:47 AM
To put it simply,Pat is neither a racist nor anti-semtetic,just honest.
Comment: #321
Posted by: Brad Sanford
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:47 AM
Re: Bud359 Agreed Sir and well said.
Comment: #322
Posted by: Brad Sanford
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:50 AM
This explains why no one tunes into MSNBC and the lack of ratings, the guy running the operation has no balls. I'm available to replace him. i think the wrong guy was released. our country is getting very scary.
Comment: #323
Posted by: john
Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:52 AM
I strongly believe he had the right to express himself add anyone should. I also believe him to be a racist & bigot. We all have the right to express ourselves, but we must understand, along with that right, there are consequences. The government is not required to protect you from consequences of what you express. If you're "employed" & express yourself, you can expect that if you're not expressing the thoughts & beliefs of your employer, you may be terminated. Pat Buchannan is more than free to express his beliefs in an online blog or other avenues, but if he is employed by MSNBC, he cannot express HIMself to that extent. He still has rights. He wasn't arrested for it, so our freedoms ate protected. Remember, we also have the right to life, liberty, & the pursuit of happiness, & as an African American/Native American, his views expressed have adverse negative affects on me and shouldn't be allowed by a major news network. He is more suitable for YouTube where the other ignorant people are. I support his freedom of speech & expression there.
Comment: #324
Posted by: benjamin
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:00 AM
Re: Rick Evans
To compare the world wars to the "Bush" wars is sad and even stupid on your part. Bring something to the
discussion or leave the keyboard alone.
Comment: #325
Posted by: Bill
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:00 AM
The truth is that Pat is a conservative thinker. Anyone whose agenda is collectivism in its various shades will have a problem with his viewpoint. I hope Pat finds a venue that will allow him to continue to be heard well. People need to hear him.
Comment: #326
Posted by: Scott Saks
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:07 AM
It is clear that the US is in cultural, economic and political decline. It is in cultural decline as those in power are trashing American values that are based on freedom and merit-based society. It is political decline as there is extreme polarization and declining tolerance for dissenting voices. It is economic decline because the country is being buried under massive rising national debt, exacerbated by out of control government spending, skyrocketing unfunded liabilities of non-discretionary programs - social security and medicare, and an unwillingness to pay for or cut spending.
It is difficult to be concerned or surprised about what MSNBC or NBC does. The cable station is hardly a success. Blacklisting Buchanan is not a surprise as the station is moving more and more to the Left. I am not sure what removing Buchanan accomplishes except make the station even less diverse. It will also make a lot of people including myself want to read his book. Lastly, if MSNBC is really concerned about racism, what about the many racist taunts and remarks about Herman Cain that occurred on the station earlier in the year? Did MSNBC blacklist those individuals?\
Comment: #327
Posted by: RichL
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:09 AM
I can't stand Pat Buchanan's politics. His views on race and racism in America are from a bygone era and do nothing to promote mutual understanding and progress in America and our national discourse. That being said, I find that Pat's political acumen to be incredibly accurate. As someone who watches news for a living, his analysis is always spot on. He is VERY good at objectively predicting political outcomes and strategy; especially on the Republican side of the isle. His departure will leave MSNBC greatly lacking in that respect. Additionally, while I disagree with Pat on pretty much everything politically (and I've read/listened to a lot of his work), I've never thought he crossed the line to hateful. While I must admit I haven't read his most recent book, I've seen nothing thus far to indicate he should be dismissed. I think Phil Griffin made a mistake.
Comment: #328
Posted by: Andrew
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:13 AM
Hey Pat, you are now in the same league as Juan Willams. The crazy left wingers are in charge...with our tax money. The war on Catholics is in full swing. The President's zombies are telling us most women are Pro Choice But that doesn't mean they favor abortion. Remember a big Liberal Leftist named Mario Cuomo. He gave an excellent speech at Notre Dame years ago in which he defended his Pro Choice stance while telling us he was PERSONALLY opposed to abortion. The left is trying to crucify Rick Santorum for saying pretty much the same thing, expressing his
PERSONAL morality while upholding the laws, such as they may be. I guess its only OK when the left does it.
Comment: #329
Posted by: Onamission
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:15 AM
He' a Gonzaga Eagle, Pat will fly again! MFM
Comment: #330
Posted by: Michael Mccarthy
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:19 AM
This from a network that hired and gives voice to Al Sharpton, a racist and a liar and who still owes a HUGE apology for the Tawana Brawley hoax he helped perpetuate. Until he is off that network, they will never "move forward. I ain't crazy about Pat, but Al is a joke and a disgrace!
Comment: #331
Posted by: Clyde Conkey
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:21 AM
Pat you have always been truthful. Your are one of the few principled men left in this business. And good riddance to MSNBC, they get their talking points from the White House, how credible are they - need I say more.
Comment: #332
Posted by: TMR
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:33 AM
Re: nmb7401
This is not an issue concerning free speech or censorship or any of the things that Buchanan claims. Simply put, it is about the right of a company to be affiliated with someone's beliefs. MSNBC has apparently decided that it no longer wishes to be a distribution source for Pat Buchanan's religious and racial beliefs. It appears that MSNBC's market will no longer support this, and so the comapany made the decision to get rid of it. To be sure, were Buchanan's religion and racial beliefs acceptable to the market, they would be golden at MSNBC. One would think that, as a free market conservative" Buchanan would understand this. He should in response run to Fox, where his views are highly regarded. The market there seems highly receptive to white supremacy and generally flakey right wingery.
Comment: #333
Posted by: Simon Parent
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:41 AM
Mr. Buchanan Sir,
Every once and awhile you remind me of why I hung posters of you, and campaign signs for you, around our little community back when you ran for President.
What a fine President you would have been sir, and what a refreshing thing it would be to have a real intellect in our Oval Office, instead of the current America hating straw man the media has installed there.
Please keep fighting the Good Fight, and Never let them silence you. You have been a true Patriot.
Comment: #334
Posted by: Fluidizer
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:42 AM
Re: Just a Guy

Buchanan's right to state his beliefs are still quite intact. He simply can no longer have MSNBC publish them. MSNBC is a company. It publishes what it wishes and what it thinks will make money. Nothing here to discuss further.
Comment: #335
Posted by: Simon Parent
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:45 AM
Re: Doc Holiday
Tell that to our enemies.
You cannot pet rabid dogs, Doc.
There is evil in this world seeking to destroy free men and free civilizations.
Sometimes war IS the answer, because the enemy has decided to impose war on you.
Comment: #336
Posted by: Mikey
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:46 AM
I am a 40-year veteran journalist and an extremely liberal Democrat. And I find it appalling what has happened to Pat Buchanan. By no means have I always agreed with him, but I have always respected him and found him to ba challenging and compelling intellectual force. He is a very smart man who loves his country and very often speaks harsh truth, including in his books. America is dying as a result of an extremist doctrine of political correctness that has now morphed into a brutal form of censorship and banishment for simply illuminating unpopular ideas. What these "right thinking" lunatics do not udnerstand is that our country is built on the very notion of informed dissent and spirited political and social argument that leads to a broader good, despite any short-term controversy. If that element of American culture dies, since it is the only thing that has ever made us unique -- we are dead meat.
Comment: #337
Posted by: John Buchanan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:47 AM
Re: Sparky

Nonsense. This is not a 1st Amendment issue. MSNBC is a company. It does NOT, repeat, does NOT have an obligation to publish Pat Buchanan's views. Conservatives ought to understand this.
Comment: #338
Posted by: Simon Parent
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:47 AM
I used to think that my country would always protect the right of free speech, no matter how unpopular the topic or the speaker. I no longer think that way. We now live in a leftist dictatorship in our media. Either you toe the line of political correctness or you're gone. You lose your job, your constitutional rights, and your access to media outlets outside (for now at least) the Internet. MSNBC is of course a network run by and staffed with Marxists bent on silencing anyone that disagrees with them. Hitler, Stalin, and Mao would have loved these folks. Fortunately they have about 14 regular viewers.
Comment: #339
Posted by: Wildwood Curt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:50 AM
I used to think that my country would always protect the right of free speech, no matter how unpopular the topic or the speaker. I no longer think that way. We now live in a leftist dictatorship in our media. Either you toe the line of political correctness or you're gone. You lose your job, your constitutional rights, and your access to media outlets outside (for now at least) the Internet. MSNBC is of course a network run by and staffed with Marxists bent on silencing anyone that disagrees with them. Hitler, Stalin, and Mao would have loved these folks. Fortunately they have about 14 regular viewers.
Comment: #340
Posted by: Wildwood Curt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:53 AM
Pat......your first mistake was going to work for MSNBC. A leftist network owned by NBC and Jeff Imult of GE. You should have known better. Did you actually think they would give you a fair shake? NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO COME TO THE AID OF YOUR COUNTRY and take to the airwaves revealing the hypocrisy of MSNBC. Tell what you know. Is Media Matters writing the scripts for Christ "the mounth" Matthews? Tell us about it. Chris is the biggest
phony on the channel....and don't forget Pat, he claims to be a "good Catholic". He along with Rachel, Lawrence, Ed, etc. are so far left that even liberals wonder where they are coming from. And....giving Al Sharpton a forum is a
disgrace. Remember the Twana Brawley incident........the girl who destroyed an innocent man and with Al's help? And this is the network you chose to be associated with? Sorry Pat.....but you reap what you sow in this life and you sold out when you joined the group of those who would sell America down the river in a flash. Try and redeem yourself Pat and tell America what you know.
Comment: #341
Posted by: Marlene
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:53 AM
No one has a right to a job. MSNBC can hire all the left wing talkers it wants. Buchanan is a great talker, but did he not know he was lying down with snakes?

Try going to work for Fox, Pat.
Comment: #342
Posted by: cpameetingbook
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:54 AM
Re: Craig Eliot Too bad this poster didn't read the report carefully; or maybe he did and wants to present a partisan view. PJB did not say that homosexuality was immoral. He said homosexual ACTS are immoral. PBJ is adhering to the 2,000 y.o. Moral Theology of the Catholic Church, much of which is based on the Old Testament. This is especially true on the subject of homosexuality. The Catholic Church rightly teaches that homosexual acts are "intrinsically disordered." Can you distinguish between buggery and an individual? The Catholic Church teaches:"love the sinner; hate the sin." The unfortunate fact is that the immoral have been able to legislate morality. The morality of a culture is decided by the thought of the majority. It is insane and contrary to Natural Law to codify a series of acts to politically mollify a decided minority.
Comment: #343
Posted by: dom guzman
Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:54 AM
Seems like somebody doen't want us to listen to Mr. Buchanan, so I'll make a point of reading his book, and watching his YouTube clips.!
Comment: #344
Posted by: Dave Catleugh
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:00 AM
Re: Bud359
Don't you know? Dissent is only for the left. When conservatives offer dissent, it's racist, homophobic propaganda!
Mr. Buchanan - you don't need MSNBC. No one watches that network anyway. Maybe you can get a gig on Fox News - a much bigger and more sensible audience awaits you.
Comment: #345
Posted by: Straight Shooter
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:03 AM
Bravo Pat B. He was one of the only reasons I watched "Morning Joe," a show I use to TIVO daily. Since this happened, I no longer TIVO it and never watch it. MSNBC I only watched for that show so I never even turn to that station now. Too much opinion, not enough news--even slanted news!

I wish PB the best and think I'll go buy his book.
Comment: #346
Posted by: Fred
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:08 AM
Pat, take a long shower to get all the liberal scum from msnbc off you.
Comment: #347
Posted by: dfsafd
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:20 AM
What's a MSNBC? Just sayin'
Comment: #348
Posted by: Tony
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:22 AM
Re: Stan Hess
Go for it Pat! Join the rest of the millions of White people who are awakening to their awful situation of being slowly eliminated by the Zionist New World Order evil ones who are so totally in charge of most of the planet Earth now! You could not be in better hands to promote the survival of the White Race than joining forces with us!! We are doomed if we don't ALL wake up really fast and fight back!! You can be another voice of truth in saving America!!
Comment: #349
Posted by: Deon
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:30 AM
Simple put. NBC, you are wrong. Pat Buchanan reflects my belief in fair play than your actions do. Goodbye MSNBC.
Comment: #350
Posted by: John Johnson
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:31 AM
Re: Karl Malik
Haven't you heard? Fox has axed Judge Napolitano (a few days ago). He, too, was tellling the truth. It's not
just liberal progressives who want to stomp out truthtellers. It's the neocon Christian Zionists also. There isn't
any network for Libertarians or Secessionists (like me).
I've got one message: ABJURE the REALM! (go to www.dixienet.org)
Jean Creamer Alllen
of Alabama
Comment: #351
Posted by: jean creamer allen
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:52 AM
Re: demecra zydeem
I havent read much of the article above nor seen him on MSNBC, but you should google "Buchanan obama convention speech". HIs deep admiration for Obama's speech in Denver shocked me. I've always enjoyed Pat on the Mclaughlin show.
Comment: #352
Posted by: bigvic
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:54 AM
DEREK, Yours is a knee-jerk response to a perceived offense. Try to control your emotions and actually READ Pat's comment as written. Homosexual "ACTS" are unnatural and immoral. He does not say homosexuality is. Homosexuals are under the same religious and moral constraints as heterosexuals and calling oneself "gay" is not a free pass.
That homosexual acts are unnatural is simply predicated on natural law. You may wish to explore that.
Comment: #353
Posted by: BRIAN
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:58 AM
Re: derek
There is a difference between letting the free market decide and participating in blacklisting. The left is increasingly using bullying to silence dissent. That is blacklisting, not letting the free market decide.
Comment: #354
Posted by: erwoods
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:58 AM
while most of america does not watch msnbc you would think he would be happy to depart from a low life air america network that crumbled into oblivion with the same non viewership. the only thing holding this network up is microsoft and nbc itself. why they keep spending wasted money is a mystery like the guy in nevada who keeps giving gingrich his life savings so it can be wasted or the people who sat by these last 3 and some watching a guy ballon our deficit by just under 50% while on vacations and parties almost weekly yet plan to vote for him again? the world of today and the people on it are crazy! lol
Comment: #355
Posted by: carlb
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:13 PM
The STATE has declared Pat OBSOLETE!
Comment: #356
Posted by: Jose Rodriguez
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:20 PM
You are sooooo
GAY!
Comment: #357
Posted by: Jackson
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:29 PM
PAT, I AGREE WITH YOU 100%. It is so reassuring to hear a voice of common sense against those hell-bent to make this nation as dark and lost as they are. We were once a city on a hill burning bright for all who dared hope of freedom and liberty, but now...the gray dismal malaise of liberalism has crept in and slowly dimmed our light, our Christian foundation, that which brought us together and made us great. Suicide of a SuperPower is shining light into the darkness and the darkness hates it.
Comment: #358
Posted by: Ken
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:33 PM
I grew up in a communist country left at age sixteen after the Hungarian revolt of 1956 was crashed by Soviet tanks. When ever my folks talked about politics we'd made sure all the windows were closed so no one could over hear us. I came to America because I wanted to be free. I am afraid that I will have to talk behind closed windows again.
Comment: #359
Posted by: Paul
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:36 PM
Re: derek you sir are an idiot!
Comment: #360
Posted by: j ryd
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:42 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Dear Sir ... I doubt very much if you even understand the meaning of "Immoral or Unnatural" If it was true, they would
be able to sustain their own lifestyle... But they can't because they can't produce offspring and in God's eye's, as Pat is saying as a Christian, it IS" IMMORAL AND UNNATURAL" ....Are not Christians allowed to have an opinion.. The gay's and abortionist's are allowed to voice their opinion (and NOBODY with authority is allowed to publicly disagree with them). This scenario is ALWAYS "LEFT LEANING"..and immoral and unnatural...
Comment: #361
Posted by: DEC
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:53 PM
Want to see a great example of hypocrisy and irony? The gay Nazis, such as Human Rights Campaign, GLADD, GLSN, and other filth, preach TOLERANCE, yet they are the most intolerant of all groups. They can not intellectually dispute a Christian, so they desperately seek to silence Christian free speech and our participation in the discourse of public forum. Censor this, gay Nazis!
Comment: #362
Posted by: Santorum_2012
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:53 PM
Unlike many of you, and certainly most of MSNBC, the ADL and Color of Change (ha), I read the book. It takes an especially small mind-and particularly bastardized view of the concept of "free speech" to render a judgement of this book (or the more likely fact that nobody commenting has read it) as racist, homophobic or intolerant in any way.
I am completely and utterly tired of the direction this country has taken. I am embarrassed that we have squandered our birthright of this Republic, and turned it into the rabble-led democratic follower to Rome and other failed civilizations.
This isnt American any longer, and it has nothing to do with the color of its skin or the sexual tendencies it displays are or any of these other things as much as the fact that we have abandoned all of the core beliefs that founded this country and held it together. This is what Buchanan most clearly draws in this book-is a picture of the reasons why-and the certain path to the end of this game.
Comment: #363
Posted by: Chris Wilson
Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:59 PM
Re: Trevor Trinkaus When I read your comment I was thinking the same. Where are you Joe? Maybe you have to sign a contract with the Devil to be on MSLSD news.
Comment: #364
Posted by: Julia Hines
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:01 PM
"Shut up!" they explained.
Comment: #365
Posted by: OldOllie
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:01 PM
The catholic church wasn't around for 2,000 years...although the apostacy began quickly after Jesus established his church. You can read about it in 1 Tim 4:"1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; 2 Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron ; 3 Forbidding to marry , and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth."
Comment: #366
Posted by: Daniel
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:01 PM
MSNBC has for years put feelings before facts. How do they get away with it?
Comment: #367
Posted by: Jeff Harris
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:06 PM
I am a 40-year veteran journalist and an extremely liberal Democrat -- about as liberal as it gets without being called a Socialist. But I have always respected Pat Buchanan, even when I didn't agree with him -- which is a lot of the time -- as a smart man who truly cares about his country, and someone who doesn't back down from the courage of his convictions. For him to be banished by MSNBC is an abomination of political correctness, an insult to the Founding Fathers of this country. I am appalled, because political correctness and the fear or hatred of opposing views of any kind are literally killing the one thing that made this republic unique in the first place.
Comment: #368
Posted by: john buchanan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:10 PM
Re: demecra zydeem the fact that you do not watch MSNBC, clears you of any stupidity. MSNBC is a Democrat propaganda outlet that coordinates with the WH what they report. There is not a journalist working there. They would not know the truth if they stepped on it and actually fear the truth as it destoys their extreme left wing ideaology, that is their religion
Comment: #369
Posted by: drdraby`
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:10 PM
I just called MSNBC -- as a liberal Democrat and journalist whose work has been published on their web site multiple times -- to protest the banishment of Pat Buchanan -- and they hung up one me! I was making the point that our Founding Fathers noted that even the most hateful or reprehensible kind of speech must be tolerated as an exercise in freedom of expression. They clearly don't get that. I will never watch MSNBC again. They are fascist morons.
Comment: #370
Posted by: john buchanan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:23 PM
God bless you Mr. Buchanan you are a true patriot and gentleman
Comment: #371
Posted by: frederickmuhlbauer
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:23 PM
Pat, I do not always agree with you. However, as a television personality I have always found you to be well-informed, logical, persuasive and entertaining. More importantly, unlike the motley crew of commentators on MSNBC, I have always found you to be respectful of those with whom you disagree. If MSNBC had any real desire to increase its audience, this is simply a stupid business move. Whenever you are on a panel or a one on one debate, the segment is interesting. While your opinions may not be popular with most MSNBC viewers (they would probably be surprised to know you often annoy the Republican establishement as well), can a news organization really call itself a news organization if it eliminates unpopular viewpoints? Frankly, what is the purpose of MSNBC at this point other than the 24-hour Obama campaign network? Regardless of whether I agree or disagree with your opinion, your termination is likely to hurt MSNBC more than it hurts you. But perhaps they have long ago abandoned any hope of appealing to any viewers other than the most left-wing in society and are afraid of losing the few viewers they have left unless their contributors toe the company line.
Comment: #372
Posted by: Scott
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:35 PM
I DO watch MSNBC on purpose but have always enjoyed Pat's participation. No, I don't agree with most of what he says, but esp. more recently, he was not mean spirited and hateful like some who hold -- what I believe -- are extreme views issues. I thought he presented another view and "food for thought" in an intelligent manner; I actually started to miss him when he mysteriously vanished from the airwaves. I never minded turning on the TV and seeing Pat. Also, a friend of mine had actually worked with him (on financial issues/planning for several years) said that he was a nice guy -- that carried a lot weight for me, too.
Comment: #373
Posted by: piggly wiggly
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:40 PM
where is the media outrage about a voice being silenced just because it is discordant? glad to see at least one journalist (john buchanan) complained.
Comment: #374
Posted by: Milan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:53 PM
Glad to see that the hate-filled, white supremacist, racist klansman pat buchanan has been flushed down the toilet. Toodles! :D
Comment: #375
Posted by: TheMainStreet Whites
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:55 PM
Re: Buffy Helmet

here here!!
Comment: #376
Posted by: TheMainStreet Whites
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:57 PM
Re: Buffy Helmet

here here!!
Comment: #377
Posted by: TheMainStreet Whites
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:57 PM
I watch MSNBC everyday, from Morning Joe, Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell, Chris Matthews, Ed Shultz, Rachel Meadow,Lawrence O'Donnell. So you can tell I am a big fan of MSNBC. Although I do turn Rev Al's show off. He adds nothing to the dialogue.

But to blacklist Pat Buchanan is wrong. I may not agree with him, but I enjoy hearing the otherside of the story from him.

MSNBC tolerates Rachel Meadow's condesending manner as she talks down to her watchers.

Allow Buchanan to return.
Comment: #378
Posted by: Mick O
Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:58 PM
Remember when the former sexist host on MSNBC made the following statement about Hilary "I'll be brutal, the reason she's a U.S. senator, the reason she's a candidate for president, the reason she may be a front-runner is her husband messed around."........Oh wait, that was Chris Matthews that said it.
Comment: #379
Posted by: Kurt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:00 PM
time to get out the guns....time for whites to take our country back from this nigger on pennsylvaina ave...time to send him back to africa with his hippo hips fat black ass pig of a wife..
she is nothing but a marxist pig like he is...BLACK TRASH....
ANY QUESTIONS...
AND AS FAR AS THESE QUEERS GO...SEND THEM TO IRAN OR IRAQ...SEE HOW QUEERS DO THERE....
BLACK TRASH..
BIG NOSE BIG LIPS FAT ASS BIG HIPS....
Comment: #380
Posted by: dennis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:06 PM
This is why nobody watches MSNBC. They are so blatantly left-wing biased that only they would consider themselves a news organization. They are nothing but a Media Matters/White House propaganda machine. I wouldn't feel bad about being fired from MSNBC, it just means that you are on the right side of issues and wouldn't buckle to their pressure to change your views. I think you should be proud.
Comment: #381
Posted by: Travis
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:20 PM
Re: Mick O

Blacklisting has historically referred to what happened in the 1950s when those involved with the film and music industry were prevented from working. Pat can get a job in a flash at FOX or some place else if he wants. It is a tribute to his inflated view of himself and willingness to use language in a manipulative fashion that he would describe MSNBC's activities in that fashion. Don't fall for his tricks....
Comment: #382
Posted by: ted
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:21 PM
Re: Travis
MSNBC clearly leans left; just as Fox leans right. I think that MSNBC is much more willing to criticize Obama than FOX was to criticize Bush. I listen to Morning Joe occasionally, and there almost always some criticism of Obama or Democratic politics. Not sure that I hear that much when I listen to Fox.
Comment: #383
Posted by: ted
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:24 PM
I would like to say, "Fire Colmes". He is a worthless anchor and deals completely on emotion, and nothing to do with logical commentary. He asks if we should let people starve if they don't have a job or medical insurance.
I say, "YES". If you starve long enough, you will go to work, just to stay alive.
To hell with the emotion, get to work and no Allen, I will not put my money up so some lazy welfare momma can sit at home and watch oprah and eat bon bon's until she weights 400 lbs.
Comment: #384
Posted by: Rod
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:26 PM
Is Michelle Malkin a black woman? She looks a lot like my sister.
I watch MSNBC, a real fair and balanced network. I can't stand that right wing crap on foxnews
Comment: #385
Posted by: Deen
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:30 PM
Re: john buchanan
The first amendment does not guarantee a job to intolerant, annoying commentators who has not said much that is intelligent or interesting in the past few years.

The relevant portion of the First Amendment, passed in 1791, reads “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble….”

I would suggest spending more time reading the constitution and less calling MSNBC "fascist morons".
Comment: #386
Posted by: ted
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:32 PM
Re: Craig Eliot
Your position on this question is determined by your belief or disbelief in God's Word. You have the freedom to make your choices today; the choices you make today will determine your future? Don't let your future be a surprise.
Comment: #387
Posted by: jonhu
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:32 PM
Alas, the only reason to bother watching MSLSD, a perennial ratings basement dweller, is gone. How it can survive with the remaining clownfest is beyond me. I actually feel embarassed for them watching the other jackasses as the dumbest 'analyses' and thoughts tumble from their pieholes, while smiling smugly or give that knowing 'eye-roll', as self-affirmations of their own brilliance. Will Keith Olberdouche be the one turning the lights out? I think he lives in the basement and sweeps floors there now???
Comment: #388
Posted by: Clownfest
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:35 PM
Everybody says there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white country and ONLY into white countries.
The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and quote assimilating unquote with them.
Everybody says the final solution to this RACE problem is for EVERY white country and ONLY white countries to "assimilate," i.e., intermarry, with all those non-whites.
What if I said there was this RACE problem and this RACE problem would be solved only if hundreds of millions of non-blacks were brought into EVERY black country and ONLY into black countries?
How long would it take anyone to realize I'm not talking about a RACE problem. I am talking about the final solution to the BLACK problem?
And how long would it take any sane black man to notice this and what kind of psycho black man wouldn't object to this?
But if I tell that obvious truth about the ongoing program of genocide against my race, the white race, Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that I am a NaziWhoWantsToKillSixMillionJews.
They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.
Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white
Comment: #389
Posted by: HVRabbit
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:37 PM
I'm not Christian, I'm not interested in modern day politics, but everything I've ever read and heard from Pat Buchanan has been worth hearing, worth pondering, but modern day mainstream media is now dumbed down to "Idiocracy" level opiate for the masses. Disheartening but not surprising.
Comment: #390
Posted by: mrplavick
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:43 PM
What is MSNBC?

Does anyone watch it?
Comment: #391
Posted by: Married Once4Life
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:44 PM
Immigration, tolerance, and especially assimilation are being used against the white race.
ll this immigration and intermarriage is for EVERY white country and ONLY white countries.
Anti-white is called anti-racist, but it leads to the disappearance of one race and only one race, the white race.

It is genocide.
Comment: #392
Posted by: george
Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:45 PM
Pat, we are in a war without guns or uniforms, but the color of Red from the left-liberal media is so bright that they were finally able to put their number one radical in the White House. The demons of the mainstream liberal media have thrown their professional ethics out of the window, as they espouse the Alinsky style of Rules for Radicals in what is clearly a well organized Marxist-Socialist conspiracy to reshape America. . The reporters and media managers have been so indoctrinated (brain washed) by their college professors that they can no long distinguish right from wrong, only left from right. In 1939, Dmitry Manluisky, a senior Comintern in the Soviet Union told student at the Lenin School of Political Science that, "we will lull the bourgeois to sleep, then we will smash them with our clinched fists". Not with rockets or bombs, but at the American ballot boxes. Joe McCarthy was right, only he handled it very poorly. Ronald Reagan warned us, but we did not listen. I applaud you for your openess and willingness to speak the truth. WAKE UP AMERICA.....WE WILL GET ONLY ONE MORE SHOT AT REVERSING THE DAMAGE DONE TO THIS COUNTRY! After that, its "Check-Mate".
Paul, Esq.
Comment: #393
Posted by: Paul Marino, Esq
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:08 PM
MSNBC and the rest say they are Anti-racist. What they are is Anti-White. Whites and ONLY Whites are not allowed a point of view or they are naziswhowanttokillsixmillionjews. This is the main thing for ALL their policies. Anti-racist is a code word for Anti-White.
Comment: #394
Posted by: sharon
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:12 PM
Pat Buchanan has always been a true, courageous patriot who has the right big picture view of what's going on in this country! He's a historian who knows how to learn from history and can decipher fact from fiction (ie, propaganda)!
God knows, there's enough propaganda going on in our controlled media and the people who really run our government are the same ones (the 5th column as Pat's called them) who control the media so it should be of no surprise that he's lost his role. Just look at what happened to Judge Napolitano and Freedom Watch and what's happened to Lou Dobbs and others as well! Why do you think Ron Paul "can't be elected"? It's because the media and the powers that be don't want him elected.
PJB has been my hero since the late 80's when I first started paying attention to him. I left the GOP party when the GOP party abandoned him! I've written PJB's name on every presidential ballet until 2008, when I wrote in Ron Paul's name, which I'll do again in 2012!
Comment: #395
Posted by: Heinz
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:14 PM
Why would anyone be surprised that MSNBC is dumping Pat Buchanan? What was surprising is that he lasted this long on that network. This is exactly why FOX network is kicking MSNBC's butt in the ratings war. Even though FOX leans to the Conservative right, they do allow Liberals and Democrats to give their viewpoint without harassment.
They only cable channel even more biased then MSNBC is HBO. For example, ever watch Bill Mahr. He is an excellent example of biased, one sided and opinionated Liberalism.
Comment: #396
Posted by: frankfurter
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:14 PM
Free speech as we know it in America was created in 1733 at the trial of John Peter Zenger in New York. The Zenger trial was the underlying principle that our Founding Fathers used to create the First Amendment rights of freedom and speech and the press. At his trial, Zenger said: "No nation, ancient or modern, ever lost the liberty of freely speaking, writing and publishing their sentiments, but forthwith lost their liberty in general and became slaves." That critical fact and sentiment of our history is what has been lost here. The entire POINT of freedom of speech is that if Pat Buchanan can be censored, you or I can be next. AND a companion point that Madison and Jefferson talked and wrote about was that even the most hateful or reprehensible speech must be protected -- in the interest of public dialogue in an informed democracy. Those applauding Buchanan's firing are fascists and censors of the most heinous sort -- and I am a LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, not a Fox New crazy!
Comment: #397
Posted by: john buchanan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:14 PM
This is absolutely ridiculous . Buchanan is a million times more knowledgeable then the monkeys up for debate. For a BS organization like Color of Change to be a voice that MSNBC even remotely listens to is the most stupid thing I ever heard.
Comment: #398
Posted by: John Clark
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:18 PM
Those who applaud his firing know nothing about the 1733 trial of John Peter Zenger in New York -- the event that led to the eventual creation of the doctrine of free speech in the Constitution. At his trial Zenger said: "No nation, ancient or modern, ever lost the liberty of freely speaking, writing or publishing their sentiments, but forthwith lost their liberty in general and became slaves." Ponder that and see the light. If Pat Buchanan can be banished for his sentiments, then you or I -- or anyone -- can. And therein lies the worst danger to our freedoms -- all of them. The utter stupidity of those who do not understand that, but instead proclaim the doctrine of political correctness, make me sick. And I am a LIBERAL DEMOCRAT and lifelong journalist who loves his country.
Comment: #399
Posted by: john buchanan
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:19 PM
Welcome back Pat, you've drifted too far from the shore. You were never welcome at MSLSD, just someone to give fodder to leftist's on that dismal failure of a channel. I'll be looking forward to seeing you on the Mclaughlin Group and hopefully Fox news.
Comment: #400
Posted by: Tusk
Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:33 PM
Re: demecra zydeem
Is it not through dissent and difference that this country was founded? It is important to listen to those who are different and have a dvarying opinion so that true thought can emerge. I have rarely agreed with Buchanan or others with his political beliefs but know that their positions and input are needed. We are a nation of law. The Constitution is a remarkable document that whether living or not states the importance for which it stands. Those at MSNBC obviously do not understand. This nation is successful for there are many variations of opinioon and from tht with the Constitution as our guide have created to date the greatest nation on earth and in history. By this acts we place this great experiment in peril.
We have survived because we have been tolerant of the minority voice and hav eseen the importance of the rights of just one. Thus the rights of the many are preserved only when each of us protect and respect the rights of the one. Many have died and much blood has been spilled to preserve the rights to speak freely, to worship freely, and to live freely. We all have an equal right to obtain and live as we wish, however never think we are all equal. Only a fool would believe we are all the same.
This country has allowed each of us an equal opportunity, what we do with it and how we deal with it will not make for each of us being equal. Let him speak and continue his dialogue for in the end it will make us all better.
Comment: #401
Posted by: Edward Sunseri
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:38 PM
I am a Jewish grad student (not in the social sciences!) and I read some of your recent books and didn't see anti-semitism. I think that modern multiculturalism = a form of totalitarianism, aka INTERnational socialism. For example, I can't say anything against the multicultural ideology or I would be suspended from school or sued or whatever.

These multicultural policies deny any rights to have a national/ethnic sentiment, actually they do that only for white people. All Christians are also marginalized of course (except for the sellout churches embracing gay ministers and other antithetical things). I hate it.

Continue in your work against this filthy multicultural garbage!!
Comment: #402
Posted by: John
Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:49 PM
Has anyone, who is bothered by Pat Buchanan's views as enunciated in his book, "Suicide of a Superpower" - actually READ the entire book? I read the book - twice. Buchanan gives explanations and statistics that support his claims regarding the future of our nation.
Our country was built on Euro-Christian values. FACT! Those values were SHARED by the majority (once called the "Silent Majority" by the great Richard M. Nixon) and it was precisely those values that held our nation together. Buchanan makes this point and adds that the "melting pot" nations of the world are splintering apart along ethnic and religious lines. One only needs to read the current events pages to realize that Buchanan's analysis is - as usual - "spot-on" correct.
In his view - and it is an accurate and valid one - Euro-Christian values are not being preserved by our influx of immigrants who do not share those SAME values or culture. This is understandable as they are not "European" and - in some cases - they are not "Christian". As someone of Euro-Christian heritage, I have NO problems with his assessments or views - whatsoever - and had - in fact - voted for Mr. Buchanan as my write-in presidential choice in the 2000 election.
Mr. Buchanan - former advisor, speechwriter and confidant of uncompromising men such as the former presidents, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan - has earned the right to debate his views and thoughts on open televised forums, as he has done during his entire career. It is on those occassions that Mr. Buchanan - the former host of CNN'S CROSSFIRE and permanent panelist on "The McLaughlin Group"- is triumphant, as he has NEVER been beaten in a debate or discussion, EVER. In short, Buchanan is always the most informed person in the room - bar none.
I am a long-time fan of Patrick J. Buchanan and a "BRIGATER", as his followers are called. A silly ban by an insignificant network will NOT change my opinion of the man nor will it change the opinions of others who revere him, as I do. Our "Brigadier" WILL NOT be defeated. GO PAT GO!

Comment: #403
Posted by: 91dodgespritrt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:40 PM
Re: 91dodgespritrt I am Michael A. D'Antonio aka "91dodgespiritrt" and I approve my comment.
Comment: #404
Posted by: 91dodgespritrt
Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:32 PM
Re: John Schuh
I agree with you 100%. I tend to lean to the right of Francisco Franco and during my graduate studies back in the 60s I had a PolySci professor who was an avowed Marxist.
iOn the final exam I attacked every one of his points logically and pohitely; filling up two and a half bluebooks while others spouted exactly what they thought he wanted to read.
When he returned my exam the next day, there was a comment on the last bluebook that read " I totally disagree with what you say but you express yourself well, I got an A+.
Comment: #405
Posted by: Hijo de alguien
Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:48 AM
MSNBC is a clueless, left-wing tool which doesn't really understand we are facing pure evil (actually the hard left is pure evil). Ditto for ADL and Abe Foxman. While I'm not a fan of yours Pat I see a lot of validity in much that you have to say, furhermore,
I'm a Tea Party Jewish woman with a doctorate. So take that you mind-numbed robots who think that these don't go together.
Comment: #406
Posted by: Chavah White
Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:49 AM
I have not read Pat Buchanan's "Suicide of a Superpower" but I am fully aware of the pressure being introduced in our Country to change the establishment in a drastic manner.The old phrase (destroyed from within) repeats itself every waking day. America is most definitely on the skids and we are being attacked on a daily basis from external and internal powers that want America destroyed asap.
There is much wrong with our government policy and direction but I believe it could be changed for the better given the time and effort, but too many do not want this change to happen and therefore are attacking our Constitutional rights and bill of rights to still our thoughts and destroy our integrity.
When truth rings the bell of freedom, that's when the vermin come out from under the woodwork to make it silent.
Comment: #407
Posted by: george mc grath
Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:54 AM
I have not read Pat Buchanan's "Suicide of a Superpower" but I am fully aware of the pressure being introduced in our Country to change the establishment in a drastic manner.The old phrase (destroyed from within) repeats itself every waking day. America is most definitely on the skids and we are being attacked on a daily basis from external and internal powers that want America destroyed asap.
There is much wrong with our government policy and direction but I believe it could be changed for the better given the time and effort, but too many do not want this change to happen and therefore are attacking our Constitutional rights and bill of rights to still our thoughts and destroy our integrity.
When truth rings the bell of freedom, that's when the vermin come out from under the woodwork to make it silent.
Comment: #408
Posted by: george mc grath
Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:56 AM
I am sorry that Mr. Buchanan is giving up as I enjoy his articles. I would hate for our right to free speech to end. I am also one of the white Christians which are soon becoming "minorities". I hope that others will speak up in his defense. God Bless America and Mr. Buchanan. Hopefully I am still allowed to say such a thing!
Comment: #409
Posted by: rebecca pollino
Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:47 AM
Many hate to read and hear the truth especially the ADL. Pat is expressing his own opinion and that is part of the first ammendment.
Comment: #410
Posted by: Harold
Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:51 AM
The taboo subject of white genocide is now being openly discussed and opposed and the anti-white cult is powerless to stop it.
Comment: #411
Posted by: GeoffBaker
Sat Feb 18, 2012 6:12 AM
Hi, Pat,
Sorry to hear about your troubles. As a progressive, I remember with fear and disgust the days in the 50's when progressive thinkers were being banned from the airwaves the same way you are now.
I've read your book and found parts I agreed with, parts I didn't and parts that made me worry about where your head is at these days. But I never regretted reading it, or could imagine that the debate it would stimulate could be anything but good for our country.
McCarthyism sucks, in any form, left or right, and you are wise to fulminate against it at every opportunity.
Please advise us as to who to call and where to write to let MSNBC know we are not pleased with their decision.
Yours Truly,
Mike Wyman
Comment: #412
Posted by: Michael S. Wyman
Sat Feb 18, 2012 12:32 PM
Why was Pat Buchanan on a far-left media outlet like MSNBC in the first place? MSNBC is just a worthless leftist propaganda outlet with low ratings. Pat should be thankful that he's no longer having to sit with the crazy Neo-Marxists on MSNBC.
Comment: #413
Posted by: Sallysays
Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:59 PM
Pat, run for President, this is Americas only chance !
Comment: #414
Posted by: Hans Schneider
Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:22 PM
It won't be long now...certainly well before 2050...that America as a free state will be gone and in it's place a police state Hitler and his ilk could only imagine in their dreams. Gone one little teensy step at a time. Buchanan's removal is just one of those steps. Talk radio as a whole will be a bigger step, but significant in its clamping power on free speech. Then internet blogs and contra-government news sites. Then anything espousing expression of Christian ideas. And when we lose our right to own guns and the right to resist crime, like the Brits have now, the process will be stepped up and accomplished quickly. Jail time and drug "rehabilitation" for free expression of thought... Pity.
Then the Libs will have something to whine about.
Comment: #415
Posted by: dtayls
Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:51 PM
Re: Craig Eliot. Deception is the only explanation for missing the obvious. Simple physical differences: consider a lock and key, a nut and bolt and a million other illustrations indicate that homosex acts are unnatural and contrary to the design of the human body. The practice of such shortens life, spreads disease, increases suicide rate and produces no progeny. You accomplish nothing with two bolts or two nuts. The denial that these things oppose nature and design is delusional beyond rational belief. But, I guess that is how you can recognize deception; the belief in, promotion of, and engagement in something obviously contrary to truth, purpose and design.
There is life after homosexual deception and bondage. I love my homosexual friends; the ones dead by sexually transmitted diseases, the one who committed suicide on her 25th birthday and the one taking a stand and battling to be free from this unnatural and destructive lifestyle choice. May many receive the grace, power and forgiveness needed to escape this madness.
Comment: #416
Posted by: Love Enough To Disagree
Sun Feb 19, 2012 11:36 PM
Sure it wasn't just a matter of ratings? Ratings would, of course, be reflective of the MSNBC audience's desire to watch the ravings of a cranky old warmonger.

Which is not to suggest that Mr Buchanan doesn't have the ability to create intelligent analysis and genuinely insightful commentary. He should do that more and stop getting sidetracked on social issues like race and gender relations. His biggest problem is he agrees with most of the follies that he is best suited by experience to take notice of and call attention to, such as the accumulation of power in the executive branch and masking regime change for the benefits of neighboring rulers as beneficial for the citizens, see Syria.
Comment: #417
Posted by: Snertly
Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:51 AM
Blacklisted for have a traditional, biblical moral belief. We have the 1st amendment right to state our moral beliefs. Immoral acts are committed by all good people. When we freely state our moral belief, it doesn't mean we hate the person who does it. We love them and encourage them when they are open to hearing. Pat does not cram his beliefs down our throat, as the left demands we take on their beliefs. He states a reasonable morality and politic. Pat has always been a voice of truth, even when it ruffles the feathers of lily levered right and left.
Comment: #418
Posted by: Charlie
Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:33 AM
My gosh, dealing with racists is such inexpensive. In my day the gals used Bayer Aspirin to deal with racists. They shoved it up the racist's asses and it wasn't that costly.
Comment: #419
Posted by: Victor
Mon Feb 20, 2012 12:19 PM
" Remember, always give your best. Never get discouraged. Never be petty. Always remember, others may hate you. But those who hate you don't win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself." RN

Prediction: (Under the leadership of Phil Griffin) MSNBC with all its hatred, will DESTROY ITSELF.



ROMNEY 2012. WHY? Because you (the voters) know in your heart, that you wish you were as successful as he."
Comment: #420
Posted by: 91dodgespritrt
Mon Feb 20, 2012 6:27 PM
Re: denise You are absolutely right, Denise. Indeed the term "racist" is thrown around precisely to discourage Whites from saying much of anything. It is "shut up" language. Anti-racist is code for anti-White. My problem with Mr. Buchanan is that he doesn't quite state the full problem: it's not suicide, but genocide. There is a deliberate attempt to create a blended humanity out of Whites. This isn't being done to any other race, on any other type of country. Only Whites are being targeted. Of course, to the extent we allow it, it does become a 'suicide'.
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Posted by: Exerces
Tue Feb 21, 2012 7:10 PM
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