May 25, 2009

Stuart Varney Clashes With Papantonio Over Socialism Slide (VIDEO)

Today on Cavuto, Stuart Varney was filling in for Neil and one of his guests, radio talk show host Mike Papantonio, was on to discuss America’s obvious slide toward Socialism. The impetus for the subject was an apparent recent comment by Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner, saying those who claim we’re on the move toward Socialism are just crazy.

I was waiting to see how long it would take before Varney, from England, unleashed his “look here, buddy” on Papantonio, seeing as how Varney emigrated to the United States to escape socialist England. Stuart wiped the floor with Papantonio but Paps was too stupid to realize.

  • Tom Jones

    Should have asked radio host Michael Savage.

  • Kevin

    This is OT, unless you count any reference to dictatorship as a reference also to Socialism:

    1) Obama said Bush failed to change our enemies' policies towards the US because he didn't talk nice to them; Obama told Notre Dame that he won't change his policies on abortion even if you talk nice to him.

    2) Japan did something called waterboarding to US POWs, therefore, according to Libs, Bush's waterboarding was evil; Japan starved US POWs to death, but, according to Libs, starving Terri Schiavo to death was not evil.

    Oh, for the days when Nazis and Communists lived in other countries.

  • mark

    Japan did something called waterboarding to US POWs, therefore, according to Libs, Bush's waterboarding was evil.

    OK so, following your logic, when Japan waterboarded US POW's, it was not evil and they were wrongly convicted after the war ended. While simple to follow it's shocking to hear.

    Japan starved US POWs to death, but, according to Libs, starving Terri Schiavo to death was not evil.

    pro-christianity, pro-life but pro-waterboarding and pro-death penalty?

    damn, that's pretty impressive parsing.

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    General David Petraeus said this past weekend that President Obama's decision to close down Gitmo and end harsh interrogation techniques would benefit the United States in the broader war on terror.

    “I think, on balance, that those moves help,” said the chief of U.S. Central Command. “In fact, I have long been on record as having testified and also in helping write doctrine for interrogation techniques that are completely in line with the Geneva Convention. And as a division commander in Iraq in the early days, we put out guidance very early on to make sure that our soldiers, in fact, knew that we needed to stay within those guidelines.

    “With respect to Guantanamo,” Petraeus added, “I think that the closure in a responsible manner, obviously one that is certainly being worked out now by the Department of Justice — I talked to the Attorney General the other day [and] they have a very intensive effort ongoing to determine, indeed, what to do with the detainees who are left, how to deal with them in a legal way, and if continued incarceration is necessary — again, how to take that forward. But doing that in a responsible manner, I think, sends an important message to the world, as does the commitment of the United States to observe the Geneva Convention when it comes to the treatment of detainees.”

    I guess Gen. Petraeus has also been infected with Socialism! Put him on the list!

    • Kevin

      Your not following my logic at all, your following your own, even to the point of falsely suggesting that I mentioned the death penalty.

      What is shocking is that you have completely avoided admitting that Terri Schiavo was murdered by being starved to death, even though you would like readers to believe that you are appalled by Japanese treatment of POWs in WWII.

  • Kevin

    Your not following my logic at all, your following your own, even to the point of falsely suggesting that I mentioned the death penalty.

    What is shocking is that you have completely avoided admitting that Terri Schiavo was murdered by being starved to death, even though you would like readers to believe that you are appalled by Japanese treatment of POWs in WWII.

  • Kevin

    Your not following my logic at all, your following your own, even to the point of falsely suggesting that I mentioned the death penalty.

    What is shocking is that you have completely avoided admitting that Terri Schiavo was murdered by being starved to death, even though you would like readers to believe that you are appalled by Japanese treatment of POWs in WWII.

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