View Poll Results: Which thinker/Pundit has influenced you most?

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  • Edmund Burke

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  • Rush Limbaugh

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  • Sean Hannity

    1 5.00%
  • Bill O'Reilly

    2 10.00%
  • Pat Buchanan

    0 0%
  • Russell Kirk

    0 0%
  • John Adams

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  • F.A Hayek

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  • Michael Oakeshott

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  • Other(Please specifiy).

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Thread: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

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    Since conservatism is common sense. None of the above. Its just well, common sense
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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    Okay with all the talk of Rush Limbaugh and such I have an interesting question(or at least I think it is interesting) for Conservatives and rightwingers on this site.

    Which thinkers/pundits have influenced you most in your thinking?
    You left out the #2 in national ratings right behind Rush and ahead of Sean Hannity, btw. Just letting you know.

    I've only even heard of 3 people on your list, but my answer is Glenn Beck, with Dave Ramsey a close second.
    Last edited by Jerry; 02-05-09 at 10:48 AM.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Really? Beck's surpassed Hannity? That's good to hear, he's much more entertaining AND much more level headed in my opinion than Hannity...less of a douche as well.
    You down with TPP?

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Really? Beck's surpassed Hannity? That's good to hear, he's much more entertaining AND much more level headed in my opinion than Hannity...less of a douche as well.
    I can actually listen to him with out LMAO.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Thomas Jefferson

    BTW, Hannity is a dumbass douche bag. He never has anything of any intellectual value to say and should be ignored in all instances.
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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Thomas Jefferson

    BTW, Hannity is a dumbass douche bag. He never has anything of any intellectual value to say and should be ignored in all instances.
    I usually just laugh at him then change the channel.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I would have to say a combination of Glenn Beck and Michael Savage have got me out of the whole "Republicans good, democrats bad" mentality. Stereotypically republicans are generally conservative and patriotic, but that is not always true. Just look at the ones who claim to support the troops and salute the flag when they turn around and toss the salad of multinational corporations by allowing jobs to outsource,allow 12-20 million plus of people from other countries to invade our country with out even the use of a weapon, allow foreign countries and companies to run our ports and many other unpatriotic/anti-American things.
    When GWB was speaking out of the leftist side of his mouth ..."The baby boomers are all dead so lets bring in 12 to 20 million foriegners", I thought ,"hell this guy is going to compound the terror of fair trade with fair imigration".( I can`t really say I heard a huge sucking sound ,it was more a blow...). I too am conservative, but the neo con liberalpubs have driven me back to the center. Very glad for your inputs JR. You speak out, and you speak volumes of truth.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    I'm most greatly influenced by Maxine Waters. Whenever she's on tv the one thing I know for sure is whatever she is I can't be. And she's been around forever.

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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    I guess I'd have to say Jefferson.
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    Re: Interesting question for Conservatives/rightwingers.

    Limbaugh and Adams
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