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Love You Pat
Pat I love you, and respect you no end. I read everything you write. We are in serious trouble in our beautiful country and I hope our good God will amplify your words and works to help us all out of this terrible mess, but I'm afraid He will chastise us before doing so. Please know that very many love you and care about you, as do I. Keep on truckin...Mike
Don\'t let msnbc management slow you down. You were right on with you book. Most people that I know agree with you. The gov. and news media are not tuned in on how close your comments are to the real people.
Sucide of a Superpower
I am reading your book and its a great one and tells it like it is. Bless your bones; America needs so many more real Americans with your writing and research skills and with the guts and courage to speak up and out in the face of the American voters who have no idea or do not care what is really happening to America. Dont let up.
As an American patriot I found Suicide of a Superpower quite unsettling, only because I believe you to be absolutely on target. I used to be hopelssly optimistic but have now lived long enough and seen enough to know that our course is more than likely set in stone. I mourn for the country that I love but in the end, our death will indeed be self inflicted. Sad.
Dear Pat thanks for leaving MSNBC,You just gave them credibility.I am just a cattle rancher here in Dakota, But I enjoy your insight and sense of humor.You are about as racist as a black Angus cow in a herd of Herefords, they wouldn\'t know the difference. Your Friend, Dave.
I am thinking you should do a short Thought of the Day video that admiring bloggers like me could embed in their sidebars.
Good Job Pat
Pat, Keep up the good work. Why don't you go to FOXNEWS and help them with the Fair & Balanced script? regards, glenn smith
With friends like these who needs enemies?
I was very surprised that Chris Matthews didn\'t come to your defense with MSNBC. Also that MSNBC took on that notorious anti-white bigot Al Sharpton. You\'re well rid of that gang . Find another network, but please, not FOX. I read your column regularly and like what you write. Any chance now that you have some leisure time of your coming and addressing our group Mid-Coast Forum on Foreign Relations when the weather gets better?. All the best.
Don't bow nor apologize.
I come from a long line of thinkers and I think you are the single voice for rational Americans among a litany of spineless journalists on television. If Mr. Murdoch gives you an offer, take it. Keep up the good fight. It is sad to see how totally pervasive PC has become at the expense of reality and common sense.
We need someone like you!
Pat, I was in NH in 1996 when you asked us to "mount up and ride to the sound of gun fire." My support, and shared faith in your views and values, has never diminished. Unfortunately, we seem to lack the very leadership you exhibit in our current field of presidential candidates. I hope some day that another will inherit your mantle and expound on a political ideaology more Americans agree with than a biased media suggests. Keeping the faith and still riding in the brigade. Cheers!
Although I am an American Jew and a supporter of Israel, I have been a long term admirer of your intellect. You have consistently defended your values and spoken your mind. I am deeply concerned that you are portrayed as a racist and anti-semite. Condemning you as such is an assault on discourse and undermines the true battle to end racism and anti-semitism. I listened to your interview with Juan Williams and, as always, your unfiltered opinions gave dignity to the American ideal of discourse and debate. I hope you continue to cast light on the other side of the coin. Especially when I don't agree with you. Best of luck.
Thanks for helping me see the truth.
Thanks Pat for your courageous stands on the breakdown of our society. I've read four of your books and am looking forward to reading "Suicide of a Super Power". When I read "Day of Reckoning" and "The Unecessary War" I was hooked. I told my wife "the die is cast". I can never go back to the old way of thinking about our history and culture. Your books also led me to the Mises Institute. I feel like a kid in a candy store. I guess I'm a bonified Lbertarian now. I'm 67 years old and I finally get it. Also I believe many young people are getting it too.
Warmest regards, John McClelland
Sorry you were let go!!!
Pat, Was traveling and missed original news. I can't believe Joe and Mika would put up with this. I am very disappointed and will tell them so. Don't always agree with you, but really want to hear you. Best wishes, Ed
I hosted a radio talk show in San Francisco, for over 30 years, but never had a chance to interview Pat Buchanan. My loss. Pat is one of this country's most intelligent, clear-thinking, honest communicators.
The left will never quit hassling true conservatives, so it's best to expect it, and just roll on. God bless Pat Buchanan. Jim Eason
Check Wikipedia for Hyphenated Americans and the problems as early as 1898. Jesse Jackson fomented this again in 1988 to create separate societies. I am an American not a hyphenated American. 83 Yrs old. Two wars. Lvd RR.
Early support, circa 1991
I contributed $1,000 to your campaign, circa 1991, when you and your wife appeared at a hotel near the Atlanta, GA airport. Other attendees included conservative Atlanta business leader, the late Dillard Munford, who eventually passed on supporting you.
I am reading \"Suicide\" as I simultaneously read \"Travels of a T-Shirt\" a paen to Globalization, which is a required reading for my MS Marketing class at Georgia State University.
What is a commercially, successful, 80 year-old, son of Donegal parents to do to change the tide of Socialism and Globalization in the country I love and served honorably in the USN during the \"First Korean War\"?
Proud to say that M&L helped Sam Nunn, a long, long shot get elected to the US Senate in 1972. Sam had the courage to say \"no\" to Desert Storm, a profile in courage, in opposition to Bushes and their ilk, especially the frog man, Phil Gramm, who was in the pocket of the Banksters.
Go Pat, Mike
As a long time ex-Democrat it's alarming to see our freedoms being taken away by the people elected to serve us not control us. We support you Mr. Buchanan and your right to free speech. Keep up the good work for all of us AMERICANS that care so much for ou country. 2012 has got to change the way we run our country, and that comes with respect for our LORD. J WALSH
Kinship in Truth
Dear Mr. Buchanan,
I am a great admirer of your columns, your books and commentaries which often led me to wish that I could talk to you. You understand history the way I personally experienced some of it.
I frequently watch MSNBC, and still am angry that you became victim to organized censorship by the same elements who attempt to silence or discredit not only private persons, but especially public individuals like you, seeking blatant control of information. This same gang tries to intimidate anyone who does not follow their version of history -- a scheme for which my husband’s generation did not fight WWII!
Best wishes -- and I hope to continue finding your future commentaries and valuable analysis in other venues!
My husband and I watched C-SPAN this morning and really enjoyed your spot. You truly understand the dangerous trends that exist in our country and your expertise in history and politics is without question. Thank you.
I used to joke that "Pat Buchanan has forgotten more than most people ever knew" and for decades I've admired your ability to carefully present a story and to respond to arguments. .
I'm very disappointed you're not on MSNBC. It was a large part of the reason I watched Morning Joe. I'm still a believer in you. (We met very briefly in Atlanta years ago, and don't regret in the least having voted for you.
God Bless You Pat !!
I am a 40 year old man that grew up watching you on Crossfire. I have an autographed copy of Right From The Beginning dated November 15, 1990, and darn near joined you in New Hampshire in 1992. I wanted you to know that even if MSNBC disrespects you - we all love you. God bless you Pat!
Matthew D. Dake, Esq.
Pat for pres
It's time to start the1-800-go pat go, good luck Rick Conklin. Anchorage ak
Will miss you Pat!
Though I am a liberal Democrat and disagree with much of what you say I enjoy you on Morning Joe and Mc Laughlin. In reality speaking against Israel is a death sentence for anyone who speaks to the public. Were you not right on Iraq? Yes, and you are right on Iran. Fight on, you are entitled to YOUR religious beliefs too. Good luck you will be missed! Fight on!
I was sorry to hear what happened.
I am sorry for what happened at MSNBC. I believe silencing opposing views is not a good thing. I did not always agree with you and you at times made me very angry, but I do believe you presented your views honestly and sincerely, which I can not say about a number of other pundits. Good luck with all that you do. And thank you for always being yourself when you expressed your views.
Semper Fi Patrick
This world and its leaders are totally screwed up. Families are broken and the idea of attending church services on Sunday has disappeared. Just bought your new book and looking forward to reading it. You were the only bright light on MSNBC and will be surely missed in the Finnerty household.As a retired Fed employee,it is painful but so true that my
beloved USA is in serious decline and so few people see it coming. Ayn rand hit the jackpot
with her analysis in \"Atlas Shrugged\". Hang tight and good luck my friend. Kevin Patrick Finnerty