Skip to comments.“THE MARK LEVIN SHOW”– Thursday, February-23-2012
Posted on 02/23/2012 2:28:01 PM PST by Fudd Fan
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Conservatism is the antidote to tyranny precisely because its principles are the founding principles. --Mark Levin in Liberty and Tyranny
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He actually looks like our Sgt Tim!
Thanks Pat, I’m not the first.
No need to be the first, just profoundly observant.
I can’t think of another state that RuPaul will get any more delegates much less 85 more.
Curious, what state/states do you think he will?
now you understand Andrew Coulter’s last piece....How is it she wonders that even in a brokered convention Myth still sucks ?
She knew of plan B
Slow Joe Scarborough gives the the trots.
there I said it
Romney is Ted Kennedy without the social diseases.
wonder which of obama’s scamming bundlers he is paying back with this
Dinner is over now.
So lets start European Americans for Romney /s
Well I never thought I'd see the day.
Sex tape of John Edwards, mistress to be destroyed
Holy Crap RuPaul was a moonbat way back when.
What’s wild about that pic is you can really see that dead eye look he had which he passed on to his son.
I don’t like any of them, lets not go overboard. The Republican Party is a joke.
But I’m as realistic as Mark is. We do what we must do.
I bet they had to glue that eyebrow on 8 times durin that tirade
same eyebrows too
between krauthammer and coulter, I’d rather stare at Andrew’s adam’s apple
Don’t see the resemblance, but perhaps if it too was in color.
I do see the dead piercing X ray eyes, tho.
and now this from MIRS news:
MIRS BREAKING NEWS: Romney Says No To Brandenburg's Backing --3:33 p.m. www.mirsnews.com/alert.php?alert_id=846 ----------------------- Sen. Jack BRANDENBURG (R-Harrison Twp.) wanted to give Republican presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY his endorsement last month, but the Romney campaign recently told the Macomb County conservative they didn't want it. Brandenburg, named the "Most Conservative Senator of the Year" in 2011 by MIRS, said Romney's campaign head in Michigan, Rob MACOMBER, told him that he didn't make it through the "vetting process" and the decision came from a higher authority than him. Brandenburg said Senate Majority Leader Randy RICHARDVILLE (R-Monroe), a Romney Michigan campaign co-chair, was able to find out that the Romney's campaign was concerned about the nasty nature of Brandenburg's 2010 primary in the 11th District. The Romney team, apparently, didn't want to be put in a position to answer questions about it. "It's bizarre. It doesn't hurt my feelings or anything, but you would think he'd want the support of the person named the most conservative member of the Senator from Macomb County, a pretty critical area of the state," Brandenburg said. To date, Romney has at least 13 members of the 26-member Republican caucus supporting his presidential bid. That number doesn't include Brandenburg, who said he's not endorsed anyone and hasn't made him primary vote Feb. 28 publically known. MIRS is awaiting comment from Macomber. The 11th Senate District campaign in northern Macomb County in 2010 was among the ugliest election fights of the prior campaign cycle. It featured sexual allegations of various types, accusations of blatant lying and fake robocalls disguised as being in favor of the candidates they were really opposing. It resulted in at least one piece of legal action involving Brandenburg's opponents, former Reps. Kim MELTZER and Leon DROLET, after a Meltzer release falsely claimed Drolet sponsored legislation to legalize gay sex in public places. Among those associated with Meltzer's campaign at the time was Glenn CLARK, who is leading Rick SANTORUM's grassroots efforts in Michigan. In other news today, Rep. Tom McMILLIN (R-Rochester Hills), one of the House's most conservative members, told MIRS he is supporting Santorum for president, making him the third Michigan state lawmaker to openly support the U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. "My main reason is that I want a brokered convention . . . but I also do think he'd do a good job as president," McMillin told MIRS.
Leon Drolet is a Ron Paul supporter.
After Mitt went into “you endorsed me in 2008” I would have loved if Santorum would have said “newsflash: this is not 2008.” I think that’s all he would have needed to say about it.
Why does AM radio always play these scam ads? “You can make $1000 bucks a week from your computer!” or “Sell your gold! Make $50k!” WTF?
IT’s 7 O’CLOCK UNDER GOD!
Late tuning in today.
Crazy day at work ¡¡¡
tgo owes them hazard pay for baiting the paultardz and inflicting the lunatics on them
might be that all their heads exploded
LMAO!!!! Daaamn, I gotta do a check before I post these. Wait wait... Befour I post theze.
Oh man you got me crying with that pic LOL! “I gotta score! I gotta scooore!” Bassetball! Hey you never know, it could catch on! Look how happy he looks!
I’ve developed an allergy to politicians for a reason.
So it is always going to be the lesser of evils to me. I just hate that they piss on our legs and tell us its raining.
They obviously know Conservatism is the right way, or they wouldn’t be fighting to prove that they are the “severe” conservative. They laugh at us. We are a joke to them.
Allen West threw a seminar on how our small business people could apply for grants. Does that sound like a conservative move to you? He now says as far as Obamacare he won’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. WTF does that mean?
I am disgusted with the lot of them. Its all we can do to get the hands of government out of the hands of the communists at this point.
Gee it must have been impressive. /s
Somebody zotted my poopie cat :o(
shoot...I better see if I saved it
I can send you the link.
got that bad boy
Somebody must have reported me to the Mods?
Mitt is now running commercials, “We have a moral responsibility not to spend more than we take in.
Post the link for us. I missed it. How bad could “poopie cat” be?
That’s dog abuse!
MIRS BREAKING NEWS: Michigan Ad Buys Up To $6.6M — 2:53 p.m.
Combined network, cable and radio advertising buys in Michigan related to the 2012 presidential primary reached $6.6 million this morning with ads connected to the Mitt ROMNEY campaign or his SuperPAC, Restore Our Future, reaching $3.6 million, an insider source told MIRS.
Ads connected to the Rick SANTORUM campaign or his Red, White and Blue SuperPAC has hit $2.2 million.
The rest of the ads are connected either to President Barack OBAMA’s SuperPAC, Obama’s campaign or U.S. Rep. Ron PAUL. A pro-life SuperPAC hitting Romney for his past abortion stands is also up with a few thousand dollars of cable.
Romney’s campaign is leaving no area of the state untouched with is advertising, purchasing time in Toledo, South Bend, Green Bay and Duluth in an effort to touch any and all potential Michigan voters with its message, the source told MIRS.
Santorum has gone negative in his new two new ads against Romney. “Say What?” aims to portray Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, as a liberal on social and conservative issues.
The spot features quotes from Romney, though without dates, expressing support for abortion rights and earmarks. The spot has an oft-quoted headline that a Romney adviser “admits Romneycare was [the] blueprint for Obamacare” and another headline with Romney saying he doesn’t line up with the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) agenda.
Santorum, on the other hand, is lauded as a “trusted conservative.”
The ad is here.
Santorum’s second spot, “Your Side,” hits on economic issues.
“Who’s on the side of Michigan workers?” the narrator asks. “Not Romney. He supported the Wall Street bailout while turning his back on Michigan workers.”
The ad alludes to Romney’s stance against the auto bailout, but declines to note that Santorum shares that position. The ad focuses on Santorum’s promise to cut taxes for manufacturers “to bring back American jobs from overseas” and cutting taxes overall.
The ad is here.
Meanwhile, Obama isn’t letting the opportunity to further pound Romney for his 2008 “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” op-ed in the New York Times pass it by.
The headline is front and center in a new Obama campaign ad that’s airing in the lead up to Tuesday’s presidential primary. But Romney wasn’t the only one Obama goes after for being against the auto bailout — he points the finger at all GOP presidential candidates.
The spot, “Made in America,” trumpets Obama’s role in turning around the auto industry.
“But when a million jobs were on the line, every Republican candidate turned their back. Even said, “Let Detroit go Bankrupt,’” the narrator says. “Not him [Obama]. Now, a retooled, restructured industry is back because of the grit and sacrifice of Michigan workers.”
The ad is here.
The pro-Life Super PAC hits Romney for his “abysmal record regarding the protection of human life,” according to the group’s release. The ads will air starting today on cable and will feature two spots during the broadcast of the Daytona 500.
The group said that during his term as Massachusetts governor, Romney enforced a law that required Catholic hospitals to perform abortions. He allegedly also appointed a “notorious pro-abortion judge” and provided taxpayer funded abortions in “Romneycare.”
“Mitt Romney says he’s pro-life, but actions speak louder than words,” the ad states.
sorry, no links on that
Great Lincoln pic.
BTW: Live streaming of WMAL for 3 hrs of Levin. Never a problem with them.
Dog abuse? That’s a CREW sweatshirt and sweater I’ll have you know.
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