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Mark Levin wants John Boehner and the Republican leadership removed

Most of you know I’m no fan of John Boehner.  It was an epic failure by the House Republicans when they voted him back in as Speaker this past January.  The Republicans once again let an opportunity get away from them to turn this thing around and make a difference.  Today I was listening to Sean Hannity on the radio and he was interviewing John Boehner.  Nothing Boehner said inspired or gave me hope as a conservative.  He is the poster child for the establishment and as long as he remains as Speaker of the House conservatism will suffer.  Today Mark Levin commented on the interview and he didn’t mince words when it came to how he felt.

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Last week when Boehner and the Republican leadership passed a continuing resolution that did not include the defunding of Obamacare and didn’t cut spending.  That alone should tell you enough about where the Republican leadership really stands with both issues.  And as long as the government can continue to live on continuing resolutions the defunding of Obamacare in the Ryan budget is nothing more than a bone being thrown to the base.  They all know it’s not going anywhere.  Budgets are a thing of the past.  Heck we haven’t had a budget in four years and Obamacare has still been fully funded.  I mean do they think we’re really that stupid?  All their actions say yes.

The only way the conservative agenda will move forward again is when this Republican leadership has been replaced.  These guys are nothing but “blue dog” Democrats calling themselves Republicans.  It’s time for them to go.

Liberty forever, freedom for all!


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  • Infidel de Manahatta March 14, 2013 at 5:36 AM

    It’s not enough to remove the so-called leadership of the so-called Republican party. We need to remove the entire Republican party.
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  • acer84 March 14, 2013 at 3:13 PM

    Why does Levin act like verbal tough guy when it comes to Boehner, Cantor, and McCarthy, but when Paul Ryan, his personal golden boy, votes and does EXACTLY the same thing as those three cretins, Levin never even mentions Ryan’s name? Ryan has got to go, too. Period. Levin is a complete coward when it comes to telling the truth about Paul Ryan and calling him out for being the fiscal fraud that he is! (Don’t take my word for it… go look up Ryan’s ACTUAL voting record. Ryan is a big government spender!!! His words are empty and his talk is cheap.)

    How can Levin complain about the budget without even mentioning Ryan’s name? And, why, when Levin had Ryan on his show the other night, didn’t Levin ask Ryan, who fraudulently based his budget on the repeal of Obamacare (yet keeps the tax increases) why Ryan did not vote against defunding Obamacare just last week? Why didn’t Levin ask Ryan why every single time Ryan had the chance to vote against defunding Obamacare in all of the past CR’s, did Ryan vote FOR funding Obamacare EVERY single time?

    Ryan is a fiscal fraud, just like the rest of the GOP “leadership”, and he needs to go as well. And Levin needs to start being more consistent by holding the guys he personally likes to the same exact standards as those who he criticizes… or else Levin has no credibility. We don’t fix things if we only get rid of some of the bad guys and keep others, just because the radio talking heads like them. All of these guys need to go. Period.

    Seriously, people have GOT to get over their emotional and personal attachments to these politicians and hold them accountable for their words and ACTUAL deeds. Get over Ryan’s “boyish good looks” and “his likeable-ness” and see him for what he actually is…. a big spending GOP establishment hack that says one thing and votes another… and that knowingly put together a budget that was garbage to begin with, thereby squandering an opportunity to finally, FINALLY, begin to address the horrific financial and economic problems that the citizens, and future citizens, face.

    And, it is time for bloggers (not this site) to stop idolizing Mark Levin. As long as he peddles politicians like Ryan as fiscal conservatives and keeps referring to big spenders like him as “solid” and our “good friends”, then he does not deserve to be on the pedestal that his “loyal listeners” and “followers” put him on.

    Try this…. research a politicians voting record, compare it to his/her words, make up your own mind as to whether or not that politician is “solid” and your “good friend”, and hold them accountable accordingly. Before heralding a politician, know how he or she is voting before doing so.

    I have no axe to grind against Levin personally. But, I do have a major problem with him, as a person with a radio platform, knowingly presenting fraudulent people as something else. He knows Ryan’s record… the fact that he dances around it shows Levin to be biased and not credible…. and that is a shame because he can do much good when he is fair and consistent with ALL politicians.

    Thanks for letting me rant.

    • acer84 March 14, 2013 at 3:17 PM

      Typo in the rant… pedals. My apologies.

      • John Carey March 14, 2013 at 9:09 PM

        No worries about the typo. Here’s the real problem. All these politicians from both parties are getting away with this crap because of an uninformed electorate. If voters took the time to become even slightly informed none of them would be able to get away with what they are doing to America. As for Levin, I do like him and I don’t view him as a mouth piece for the establishment like Hannity is. He has done a great deal to advance conservatism so I do tend to cut him some slack.
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  • Jim at Asylum Watch March 14, 2013 at 4:08 PM

    the approval rating of Congress is at an all time low; yet the voters (Republicans and Democrats) reelect incumbents over 90% of the time. Until conservatives, the largest Republican voting block, refuse to vote for big government Republicans, nothing will change.
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    • John Carey March 14, 2013 at 9:45 PM

      I believe more and more conservatives are starting to wake up. They are getting a taste of real conservatives like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz and are liking what they see. Democrats and RINOs will continue to be elected as long as there is a large number of uniformed voters floating around in a daze.
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  • acer84 March 15, 2013 at 2:29 AM

    Thanks for your kind reply, John. I absolutely agree with you that the DC cretins wouldn’t get away with their shameful and unconstitutional actions if the public would simply make an effort to follow their elected representatives and hold them accountable for their actions. An apathetic and ignorant public ensures a corrupt ruling class. Voting is not enough… there has to be follow-up on the elected people that are being sent to that swamp in DC and there have to be consequences for those actions that violate the Constitution and/or worsen the nation’s already severely damaged economy.

    I apologize if my earlier rant was in any way out of line. I am just so frustrated at yet another opportunity to do something right being squandered by the Republicans (this time with the budget proposal) and I am so frustrated that Levin squandered the opportunity to hold Paul Ryan responsible for his shameful vote last week to fund Obamacare again and for his truly fraudulent budget proposal. We just don’t have anymore time left to be playing games with people like Ryan anymore. As Mark Stein says, we are the brokest nation on the planet and in the history of the World… we just can’t afford to give passes to politicians like Ryan anymore.

    Again, thanks for providing the forum to share my frustrations. And, in case you would find it helpful information, I found your blog through a link to your post at the The Classical Liberal.

    • John Carey March 15, 2013 at 5:28 AM

      I too am very frustrated with the Republicans. I have written both my senators (one a Republican and the other a Democrat) calling them out and I still have not received a response from either of them. As for Paul Ryan I do understand why you are frustrated. He’s dancing to the establishment song and it tough to watch. I hope you continue to stop by and voice your opinion. It is very much appreciated.
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