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Mark Levin: GOP finished if conservative base leaves

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 2, 2013

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6 Responses to “Mark Levin: GOP finished if conservative base leaves”

  1. Rob said

    The GOP is finished for two reasons, IMO: 1. – If they don’t circle the wagons around the Tea Party, protect them from the LameStream Media “Borg” and join their effort to save America. 2. – If they don’t find a way to repeal the Declaration of 1982 they signed concerning intervention into voter fraud of the Democrat Party.

  2. jUAN cABRERA said

    Governor Palin, I believe that a third party is dangerous but maybe a good way to intimidate the Republican establishment
    some thing has to be done, in case this third party idea takes off we have to start NOW takes time, money, efforts to
    organized such big endeavor………so let’s go

  3. SO MUCH JUNK: Look, you people are pros. Must I spell this out for you? … This country had one chance to survive. The Republicans had to hold onto the House of Representatives and win control of the Senate in the 2014 election if it hoped to keep Obama from his plan to “transform” America. The country’s only chance to do this would have been triggered by the bitter taste of implementation of our new health care law in 2014. Many Americans hate the new law.It’s why Repubicans won control of the House last time around. Reminding Americans of their hatred would have sent them to the polls to vote against Democrats in 2014. Unfortunately, Obama understood these feelings and the politics of it all too well, and has just announced that implementation of the health care law will be postponed until 2015. He will now begin the process of demonizing the GOP, as the Democrats did in the last election, Without the hatred of the health care law to remind Americans of what Obama’s radicalism means to them, the great American electorate will simply vote Democrat. And it will be the radical left wing that returns to power in 2014.

    • Dr. Fay said

      Let’s hope and pray that doesn’t happen. Obama’s scandals alone should be a rallying cry for conservatives. I suspect that Obama’s ploy in breaking existing law by waiving the employer mandate may also be a ruse to force more employees into the Obamacare exchanges over the next year. The government wants the entire population enrolled in these exchanges, not for health purposes, but for control of the population. Remember that anyone who enrolls in Obamacare will have their medical information accessible to several if not all branches of the federal government. Scary.

      • Obama’s “scandals” are certainly “enough” for CONSERVATIVES. I believe we have as many as 50-thousand in my Tea Party. Big deal. But I’m not talking about Conservatives. I’m talking about the electorate. I’m talking about the average voter who doesn’t follow politics with the political enthusiasm shared by we WONKS. Obama is already working to nullify the scandal problem. As you know, he’s an effective campaigner … and very good on TV. Sure, his popularity is waning but he probably believes he can overcome that. He’ll simply go back into his campaign mode, and tell whatever lies are necessary and make whatever promises are necessary and poof, he’s very likely to regain his popularity… and his power … again. What America needed was to go to the polls in 2014 with the taste of “affordable health care” in their collective mouth. This MIGHT have encouraged a vote for Republicans. But Obama has decided to ignore the law and start implementation of “affordable” health care in 2015, keeping it out of the 2014 election as an issue. What we need now is for someone to say … ‘Hey Obama, you can’t do that!’ Will they? I don’t know.

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