Freedom Watch: ‘Tea Party Summit’ With The Judge

I am so glad to see more libertarians on the screen these days, and am thrilled to post Judge Napolitano’s initial FreedomWatch show on a major cable news station.

The Judge definitely has the right focus for today’s initial show where he asks the question of whether social conservatives like Sarah Palin can find common ground with strict Constitutionalists like Dr. Rand Paul and Dr. Ron Paul, and how this will effect the November elections.

Please feel free to allow Ed Rendell’s lies about tea party attendance roll right off your back like water off a duck.  He is just doing his masters’ bidding and attempting to influence people’s thinking that the tea party movement is just a small, fringe element that can’t do any harm.  Let them; the quiet time is now, they will hear the roar in November.

Part 1/5:

Part 2, The Gulf Oil Leak:

Part 3, Sarah, Ron, and Rand:

Part 4, Ed Rendell, Sen. DeMint, Congresswoman Bachmann, Dick Armey:

Part 5, Tea Party Favs and The Plain Truth.  Jim Demint and Michele Bachmann have a true opinion of what the tea parties are all about.  Ms. Bachmann also explains the takeover of the private economy by the government and the GDP to debt ratio that is killing our nation.

(H/T iFreedom4ever for the vids.)

2 thoughts on “Freedom Watch: ‘Tea Party Summit’ With The Judge”

  1. Really good videos, DT, thanks. America has some very great patriots fighting to win our freedoms and our country back. Rendell is laughable when he minimizes the tea party movement. I was in DC during the health care protest and 1000 peole is sooooo underestimated. He just makes a fool of himself when he talks. And he says that the tea parties are getting a lot of media coverage? Has anyone actually seen us on TV or the radio? I don’t think so, Mr Rendell.
    Demint is right when he says 40% of tea party goers are dems, indies, or libertarians. I would say at least that many.

  2. gov. Rendell sir you are full of crap! #1-1000 meh your a liar!
    but what I really take issue with is you stating that the economic crisis is a result of not enough regulation ,when in fact most of the economic crisis was the result of gov. getting involved in the housing loan industry and some political groups leaning on banks to make risky loans to people who could never afford to pay them and silly practices like ARM LOANS
    ONE RED LEMUR WAVE FOR YOU!

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