Cavuto vs Marshall … Tea Party smack-down

Fun stuff and a classic Cavuto smack-down with California talk show host Leslie Marshall. The last 60 seconds is classic.The topic is the upcoming Tea Parties. Leslie Marshall asks Neil, “What are you whining about?” Cavuto says big government. Marshall asks give me specifics. Cavuto cites the bailouts and a $3 trillion dollar budget. Marshall says … yeah, what else? Classic. Oh yeah, and its Bush’s fault is thrown in for good measure.


Marshall asks a great question but Neil gives a great answer which Marshall ignores. True it started with the Bush administration’s financial bailout, but she fails to recognize (or just ignores) two points. Obama has put the deficit on steroids and he is threatening to do so much more.

Also, catch hoe she says the protest is all after the fact in the beginning, and then at the end of the interview says its too late to stop what’s coming. ≈

6 replies
  1. TomTGRWolcott
    TomTGRWolcott says:

    Ms. Marshall is just another example of our the left, and the liberal party can not in anyway accept a challenge to their belief system.  The end was Handled well by our beloved Neil Cavuto,"Stop, Stop. Alright, Goodbye…

    I wonder if 2012 will be the same… "Stop. Stop., goodbye Obama….

  2. Darlene
    Darlene says:

    Wow, you may get many different responses to this, but all I can say is Thank You Mr. Cavuto.  I agree, all I want is for Government to STOP!!!!

  3. SoundOffSister
    SoundOffSister says:

    I believe it was Admiral Yamamoto, who, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, said, "I fear we have awakened a sleeping giant".

    No one in either the "main stream" media, or, in our government, seems to understand the outrage felt by the average American (forget their political persuasion) about what is being  jammed down their throats.

    Just as it did almost 68 years ago, the sleeping giant is awakening again, media coverage or not.

  4. brainflation
    brainflation says:

    No question, she is in the group think trap. Our problems are bigger than party identification.

    I'm mad because Eepublicans AND Democrats refuse to defend the Constitution. I'm mad because both Republicans AND Democrats propose big government intervention intervention in the markets. I'm mad because the words "free market" are incongruous with "too big to fail".

    I'm mad because I believe in that I own my Life, not anyone else. I have a natural right to liberty, which means the government doesn't get to dictate how I live and most important I alone get to choose how to dispose of my justly acquired property, including compensation for my labor. When the government at all levels is taking 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 percent of your labor through taxation they are taking 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 percent of your life. That is called slavery!

    Leslie may joke about revolution. I don't.

    That's why I'm mad.

  5. ileneg01
    ileneg01 says:

    Are you kidding me? Who the heck is this joke of a person? TomTGRWolcott, you are absolutely right when you say the left can't accept a challenge to their belief system. If these tea parties were only coming from the left, the msm would be all over this and portraying it in a positive light. Because they didn't think of it and it didn't come from them, then we who are going to these tea parties are portrayed as whiney, crazy people. It's just amazing. This is going to be a long 4 years. And I hope to God that this great country of ours isn't beyond repair when all is said and done. God Bless America.

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