Schilling Show host, Rob Schilling, delivers searing remarks at the  Jefferson Area Tea Party Tax Day Rally, held April 16, 2012 on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall.

In his comments, entitled, “Our Titanic Government,” Schilling references the arrogance and ignorance surrounding America’s impending financial doom. Kristin Szakos, Dennis Rooker, David Toscano, Dave Norris, and Tom Perriello are noted as prominent examples of government officials who through their actions, votes, and words endanger liberty.

Watch “Our Titanic Government”:

7 COMMENTS

  1. Wow! Another more or less literate (I count only three grammatical or linguistic errors not counting “references”) post in which Rob, very impressed with himself as always, touts the “searing” remarks with which he excoriates all his favorite bad people, and divides the sheep from the goats according to their political persuasions. I haven’t listened all the way through. Does he also issue an invitation to his church?

    Romans 3:23 The man needs an intervention but he’s surrounded by enablers.

  2. Kenn,

    You are so worried about Rob’s church. What is your church?

    Do you worship at the altar of Government?

    bb

  3. I read this blog because the Schilling Show is the public mouthpiece for local conservatives. I read a couple of other conservative blogs because I know the articles and the discussion will be smart and on point and I’ll learn from both. I wish I could say the same for this site, but it’s not that often that I can. This paragraph is for you, Spade.

    Bum, it’s “Ken,” with one “n.” It doesn’t say much for your thinking if you can’t bother to spell a common three-letter name correctly. I’m an active member of a Christian church. And liberals don’t worship government, or seek to replace God with government. That’s a self-serving conservative fantasy.

  4. can you attach to oblog budget and program info from city and county budgets that you used for ” redline ” analisis

  5. Check out the Daily Regress on page A5. Tom Tom Founders Festival gets last-minute city funding. The following is taken directly form the paper:
    Norris suggested that the discretionary accound exists largely to be used for funding requests such as Beyer’s (who was a former City Council Candidate). “I would note that this is the reason we have the council reserve,” Norris said.
    “Discretionary funds are still public monies,” Galvin countered. “It’s not any different pot of money, we just put it in a different pot of money, we just put it in a different pool. It’s still the public, taxpayers’ money.”
    Ken it is still taxpayers’ money. It is not the city council money. It would not bother me at all what they spend it own if the whole $146,000,000 budget came out of their pocket. Until that happen we do have a right to expect them to do the right thing. Of late the city council has proven that they are not capable of do this..

  6. votes, I nowhere defended the City Council’s grant to the Tom Tom Festival. From what little I know about the festival, it sounds like it could do the city a world of good. So I could defend it, but I wouldn’t actually do so unless I knew more, unless more knowledge led me to the same conclusion. You, on the other hand, have drawn a conclusion about the point of my post that has zero basis in what I actually wrote – in other words, zero basis in the facts.

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