Steven Crowder Goes to Canada

by Mike on July 20, 2009

in Comedy,Politics

As a Steven Crowder fan, I wasn’t exactly thrilled when he announced he was teaming up with PJTV.  I was even less enthused when I saw the first couple of videos produced with PJTV because they had a certain sellout feel to them.  Hopefully, Crowder’s latest video is a sign that he turned the corner.  In his latest video, Crowder goes to Canada to give us a glimpse of socialized medicine.  It’s about twenty minutes long, but definitely worth your time.  Enjoy.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

sicsempertyrannis August 10, 2009 at 1:37 pm

I’m not sure what you have against PJTV, though this is not the first time I’ve seen a negative reference to it on a conservative site. As a hardcore conservative myself (and a Steven Crowder fan), I find PJTV highly entertaining (especially Andrew Klavan’s bits). Is there something I’m missing? Where does PJTV go astray?

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Ritchie August 22, 2009 at 3:23 am

Mike,

Dude, are you really serious? Are you really trying to split hairs on who is more Conservative: you or Steven Crowder? Listen; just be happy for the guy. He is doing a lot more than some of our so-called “Conservative Republicans”, like Newt Gingrich; claiming that “the era of Reagan is dead”, and we need to become a “New Republican Party”. Steven is entertaining and he is speaking for the American People, FINALLY. Please do not look for differences among Conservatives. Firstly, we are ALL Americans, and while we look at individual situations differently, OUR PRINCIPLES are the same. Which are:

1. Small Government
2. Fiscal Responsibility
3. Low to NO Taxes
4. Freedom and Liberty

Please do not fall into this petty BS, of splitting hairs on ideals. It is not worth it and it is way too time consuming. Thank you for reading this…

Sincerely,

RITCHIE

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Mike August 22, 2009 at 11:19 am

Hi Ritchie:

Thank you for the comment and for your concern. The type of conservatives you describe bother me too. Come back to our site every now then or read our archives and you’ll discover that we are not David Frum conservatives engaged in the petty BS of looking for differences among conservatives. Click the Steven Crowder tag in this post and try to find one instance where I questioned Crowder’s conservative credentials. You won’t find one.

My concern when he signed up for PJTV was that he wouldn’t be as funny, and if you compare his first PJTV and his earlier videos, you would have shared that concern.

Seriously though, click his link on our blogroll (the one I put up there long before he signed up with PJTV) and watch all of his videos. Watch the rants (the videos that made him famous). Watch the videos of him goofing around with his brother. Watch the videos of him goofing around with his family. Click through to his brother’s page where he also appears on videos. Then watch the first few PJTV videos and tell me they are as funny. The recent videos are, but those early videos are not.

Again, thank you for your concern and for your comment.

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Ritchie August 22, 2009 at 12:49 pm

@Mike

Mike,

Thank you for such a timely response, and clarification. I understand completely what you are talking about. As Conservatives or “The Silent Majority” we have been divided for entirely too long. Some where in between 1989 and now we forgot what it meant to be “conservative”. A lot of phonies tried to redefine our doctrine, but they only replaced it with another form of BIG Government and BIG Spending. Fortunately, those days are over and we have finally begun to speak out, and be the “gate keepers of freedom”, which we were intended to be. I spent the last eight years in the Army, so I have a tendency to look a people more as family than simply associates. As a family we are going to disagree from time to time, but it is our principles that always lead us back home. Thank you again.

Sincerely,

RITCHIE

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