Skip to comments.Mark Levin: Make Scott Walker the Speaker of the U.S. House
Posted on 06/07/2012 5:56:15 AM PDT by Rufus2007
On his Wednesday radio program, conservative talker Mark Levin made what he called a radical, but very rational suggestion: Republicans should make Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Speaker of the House, despite the fact that Walker is not a sitting congressman. Walker just survived a recall election in his state.
According to Levin, to begin what he called an 80-to-100 year process of restoring a constitutional government, it would be necessary to do something bold.
Now folks, revolutions dont just happen, he said. A movement doesnt just happen. So we need people in place in positions of power to carry out the liberty agenda to reestablish constitutionalism, whether at the state level or at the federal level. This is an enormous opportunity for huge victories across the country and hopefully nationally so we can begin the 80-to-100 year process of unraveling the Leviathan and reestablishing constitutional government, the republic. Now is our chance. Now is our opportunity.
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Lots of calls to remove Walker from Wisconsin right now, where he is getting so much done.
Great fantasy Mark, now back to planet Earth.
Walker will make a fantastic POTUS candidate in the future.
He is getting the job done in an industrial state...
leave him be...he can do more good there..
besides, the beltway pretty much RUINS conservatives.
>> Lots of calls to remove Walker from Wisconsin <<
Don’t need to “remove” him. There’s nothing in the U. S. Constitution that says he couldn’t simultaneously serve as Governor of a state and Speaker of the U. S. House!
Make Scott Walker the Speaker of the U.S. House
Yeah; when pigs fly. The career politicians in D.C. (Pubbies and Dems) are so power-hungry and entrenched in their Congressional Ivory Towers, they would not move over and let Jesus Christ become Speaker of the House.
Walker should be appointed Secretary of Labor.
leave him be....the beltway pretty much RUINS conservatives.
Ain’t that the frickin’ truth?
The House has a number of very able conservatives. Paul Ryan for instance.
They just get sent to the back of the bus and told to be quiet.
Great point. We are conditioned to believe that nothing dramatic happens in politics - elections are had, one side wins, the other side concedes, and life goes on in a rather undramatic fashion. It has been 40-50 years since anything real dramatic happened in politics (minus Reagan's attempted assassination).
Therefore, we are conditioned to believe that anything bold or dramatic is a fantasy and can never happen. Two questions I have would be:
Walker for VP?
(Just floating that trial balloon would have libtards’ heads exploding like popcorn)
This actually could be done. Elect enough TEA members and the RINOS can be stampeded. The dems heads would explode.
I’m thinking Mark is being a bit tongue-in-cheek. Besides... burying Walker into the corrupting warrens of Congress would be a waste of talent.
Rush has already said he has no desire to run for public office. The pay cut would be way too drastic.
Rush could do his show from the floor of the House. What a hoot that would be.
the strutting cock egos of the existing GOP House Leadership would never allow it
Ha! Would it ever!
I wish our side would quit using that word "survive" - it connotates a "poor fellow" or "Act of God" scenario. Seems like we are playing by the left's rulebook by using their terms. Better to say Walker "beat back" or perhaps "Barrett did not survive/failed" the recall. Put the onus on the loser where it belongs.
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