22 January 2013

Levin to Conservatives: FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT

"The day may come -perhaps soon- when abandoning the GOP for a new party is the best way to deal with events and stop the rise of tyranny

I think the answer -at this moment- is for conservatives to retake the Republican Party. Reagan did it, and Reagan was opposed by the Republican establishment every step of the way, including the Bush family..."

Mark Levin of course good to tune-into on a depressing Inauguration Day- and The Great One was in
fine form yesterday afternoon:

...I don’t think Obama knows exactly what (Obama’s) going to go for in his second term, as he will look for opportunities to exploit as events unfold. 

I am sure they've drawn up a partial a list, and we already know that it includes, but is not limited to, gun control; attacks on the First Amendment such as religious liberty; amnesty for illegal aliens; union expansion; institutionalizing Obamacare; institutionalizing voter corruption; de-industrialization via the EPA; destroying the capitalist-based economy via tax increases, smothering regulations, massive deficit spending, and endless borrowing; and hollowing out our military...

I think the Republican Party, its apparatus, its so-called leadership, the parasitic consultants, represent an institution that is tired, old, almost decrepit, full of cowardice and vision-less. It has abandoned the Declaration of Independence and any serious defense of constitutional republicanism... 

The Democrat Party is now a radical 1960s party; it’s the anti-Constitution, anti-capitalism, anti-individual party. It largely controls the federal government, including the massive bureaucracy and much of the judiciary...

On the other hand, the GOP today stands for capitulation, timidity, delusion -so mostly nothing. 

Republicans may speak of the Constitution, limited government, low taxes, etc., but what have they done about them?
Next to nothing... if not nothing. 

Even when Bush 43 was president and the Republicans controlled Congress. What did they do? They went on a spending binge. They expanded Medicare, the federal role in local education, drove up the debt, etc. 

Meanwhile, we are lectured by putative Republicans like Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Tom Ridge, and a conga line of others trashing often viciously NOT Obama and what the Democrats are doing to our nation, but conservatives...  who are the only people left standing for liberty against tyranny in this country!

...we had a brief eight-year period where Reagan showed us the way and created a foundation on which future Republican presidents could build- and they haven’t. 

...the Tea Party grew out of the last months of Bush 43 and the early months of the Obama presidency. Yet Bush administration staffers are everywhere today: the media, advising candidates, leading fundraisers, etc. 

...they arrogantly and condescendingly lecture conservatives about responsible, moderate governance. ...They also cheerlead for more establishment candidates, like John McCain, Mitt Romney, and the like -who are not only sure losers- but have no grasp of the urgency of our times and the principled agenda necessary to address it. 

Meanwhile, the Reagan and traditional conservatives, the constitutionalists and the tea party leaders, are all but unheard and unseen on TV, even some of our favorite outlets...

At a bare minimum, at least make the case to the American people, and if the people decide they want to live in chains, then there's not much we can do about it. But make the damn case and fight like hell!

The way to start is by cleaning out the old guard in the GOP and installing fresh, bold, articulate, knowledgeable, confident, courageous conservatives. We must find a way to depose the old, decrepit, tired so-called leaders who've used the system to climb to the top, but once at the top demonstrate they don't belong there...

To be honest, there's not many countries that have recovered from this... when an individual like Obama uses the instrumentalities of government against us, when he uses the power that the Constitution grants to a president to evade the Constitution and abuse power, when he uses liberty to exploit opportunities to promote the tyranny of centralized government, it’s extremely difficult for people who are not paying attention or who are not engaged in the political process to help us stop what's taking place...

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