A bit later than I had planned, but storms on the East Coast delayed departures, including mine. But finally home and looking forward to getting back to the regular Tammy schedule today. And thank you all for your support and patience during the New York trip πŸ™‚ I have all sorts of stories for you tomorrow, including details on the very first TAM Meetup. See you on the radio!

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  1. tamcat says:

    WOW You are late getting in. Glad you are safe. I am looking forward to all the New York details. Can’t wait to hear about the Tams meet-up.

  2. Maynard says:

    Do you suppose a no-fly zone in Libya will be endorsed from the no-[male genitalia] zone in Washington? Or is it a different sort of fly we’re speaking of here?

    You know you’re in trouble when John Kerry is complaining about your wimpiness. Kerry appeared on Face the Nation.

    Schieffer noted that Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has been skeptical of a no-fly zone, saying it is harder to implement than one might think. “[Gates] says basically that’s going to war, because he says if you’re going to have a no-fly zone, you’ve got to go in there and bomb their anti-aircraft installations there, that you’re going to be bombing the country,” Schieffer said.

    “That’s actually not the only option for what one could do,” Kerry replied. “One could crater the airports and the runways and leave them incapable of using them for a period of time.” He said a no-fly zone would not amount to war, or even military intervention.

    Kerry is doing his trademark waffling. If you advocate going in with bombs, don’t tell us you’re not going to war. If you crater the runways, they’re going to shoot you down. You’ve got to first go in and take out the anti-aircraft defenses. We can do it, and maybe we should. But let’s have the honest discussion.

    And speaking of the notion that Obama is now channeling Reagan…I’m remembering when Reagan bombed Libya. This was in consequence of a terrorist attack in Germany in which an American soldier was murdered. Reagan found the plot had been facilitated by the Libyan government, and he responded. Last week Obama faced a terrorist attack in Germany. Ho hum.

    • larrygeary says:

      If the Russians implemented a no-fly zone over the US, would we not consider that a defacto declaration of war? Libya is neither a territory nor a colony of the US, and we can’t just go there and start bombing.

      We are woefully ignorant and naive about the people of the MidEast in comparison to the leaders and thinkers of 100 years ago. Our liberal notions that race is only complexion and ethnicity is nothing more than spicy food and colorful dresses lead us into one disaster after another, here and abroad.

      In Iran in 2009, the opposition to the regime wanted to install a different mullah who also wanted Sharia law and a nuclear weapons program to destroy Israel, yet we rooted for them. In Egypt, the opposition wants Sharia law, gang-raped Lara Logan, and is killing Coptic Christians, yet many of us root for them. We sent troops to save Muslims in the former Yugoslavia, and now Kosovo is a source of anti-western jihadists.

      What do we know of the opposition in Libya? Not much, but I see a pattern where the “street” wants freedom for themselves so they can oppress others and create a more totalitarian Islamic society. Why should we support them? Because they are being killed on TV and it makes us feel sad? Brutal dictators like Saddam and Quackdaffi seem to be the only means of keeping Muslims under control and preventing a religious world war. Evil as they are (or were), their desire to stay in power at any cost serves to prevent an even greater evil from occurring. Churchill understood that. That’s why these regimes were established in the first place, with strongmen or faux royalty at the top, and the national lines drawn to keep Muslim sects fighting each other instead of uniting against the West. (See Iraq.)

      Obama is apparently helping the Libyan regime, and this may be the first time I actually agree with him. Life can be brutal, and Muslim fanaticism and brutality is a fact of life we have to deal with pragmatically in order to survive.

  3. GiMiller says:

    So Happy You Got Home Safe!! πŸ™‚

  4. USApride says:

    Tammy home safe and sound and now for the Sydney and Snoopy happy dance when they see her!!!!!!!! πŸ™‚

  5. TAM2010 says:

    welcome home!

  6. naga5 says:

    welcome home!

  7. BarbaraM says:

    There is no place like home…glad you are safely back.

  8. ShArKy666 says:

    hey tammy..glad ur home safe again..i’m so bummed i cudn’t make it down to the city for the meet up..but i guess i’m just too shy for public meetings like that 😐

  9. vitadMD says:

    The O’Reilly/Palin March 4 video cannot be viewed where previously posted, nor can it be found anywhere else. Anybody know why and where it can be viewed?

  10. ecu22331963 says:

    All I can say Ms Tammy Bruce is, About Dang On Time πŸ™‚

  11. mark5573 says:

    Welcome home Tammy. Enjoyed our phone chat Thursday night. it’s nice to know someone likes my Massachusetts accent,unlike many years ago, when my fellow recruits from other parts of the country, good naturedly tortured me for nine weeks in basic training with: “Maahk,Paahk the Caahr”. Anyways,glad to know your home safe and sound.

  12. bigbud66 says:

    Here’s the deal….I like it when Tammy is east and we can get to see her live on O’Reilly and such….. and let me add what a delight to have someone on Red Eye, who was looking marvelous btw, and who actually had something worthwhile to say at the same time. Tell Gutfield to get you and Ann Coulter as regulars once a week and watch his ratings and time slot improve.

    You need to move out here and be a regular on the Fox circuit.

    Link to Redeye YouTube: http://www.google.com/#q=Tammy+Bruce+on+Red+Eye&hl=en&prmd=ivnso&source=univ&tbs=vid:1&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=Ejt1TaTfFIL48AaZ1JzYDw&ved=0CFUQqwQ&bav=on.2,or.&fp=39acbb16608a1f3c

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