"What if": Speech by What if Speech by Judge Andrew Napolitano
Date: 2/23/2012 6:39:28 PM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 1336 times
"What if" Speech by Judge Andrew Napolitano classy "What if" Speech
He is a supporter of Ron Paul and makes this clear in this video.
I would vote for Ron Paul, except that Michelle Obama is doing good work in
Washington that I support.
This VIDEO BY MICHAEL POLLEN IS CLASSIC
Michael Pollen tells the story of President Barack Obama turning to his wife
and saying something like, You Do Baby!" His hands were tied. She has run with the ball.
I will likely vote for Barack Obama to keep the good work that Michelle Obama is doing going.
THAT THEME OF YOU DO IT BABY
That Theme of You do it Baby was in my head when I wrote this page for the
2011 Cultivating Food Justice Event 2011
SPEAK OUT TO THE PRESIDENT 2011
Asking questions as Judge Andrew Napolitano did in a recent broadcast on his now cancelled daily show may very well be the reason behind his recent dismissal from Fox. Though specific details are hard to come by because the Judge has yet to give any interviews on the matter, it’s believed that his refusal to bow to commonly manufactured media narratives is among one of several key reasons he his no longer with the network.
The following 5-Minute Speech that Got Napolitano Fired from Fox News is one that should not only be forwarded and shared with every single man, woman and child in this country, but taught and expounded upon in every social studies, civics and government class from first grade through college.
Napolitano is a pro-life libertarian, more commonly known as libertarian conservatism.
Napolitano has called consumer advocate and frequent presidential candidate Ralph Nader a hero of his.
Napolitano believes that the 9/11 incidents including the subsequent collapse of the World Trade Tower buildings in New York City did not take place as the US government has publicly communicated. “It's "hard for me to believe that" World Trade Center building 7 "came down by itself," said Napolitano, “twenty years from now, people will look at 9-11 the way we look at the assassination of JFK today. It couldn't possibly have been done the way the government told us."