Mark Levin Was Spot On At CPAC
Mark Levin, the unapologetic Constitutional Conservative author and talk show host, “unleashed” on the feckless craven so-called Republican Party of Karl Rove and Reince Priebus. And he did it at no less a venue than CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference). And I am only too happy to say that he ripped them using the exact same words I have used ad nauseum when referencing them.
Mark put the Rove-Priebus camorra of traitors, liars, and deceivers that now comprise what was once the proud Party of Lincoln and Reagan on notice. As John L. Work put it: “Mark Levin said the Congressional GOP is a spineless, unprincipled gang of cowards (or worse, complicitors) which has allowed…Obama to run willy-nilly over the Constitution and shamelessly violate his sacred oath of office with impunity.” (CPAC: Mark Levin Excoriates Gutless GOP, Calls For A New Party; 2/28/15)[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]The Hill.com reported:
Conservative radio host Mark Levin said [that] Congressional Republicans have “no principles, no strategy and no guts” on immigration.
Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Saturday, Levin dubbed Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) “one of the most despicable, dumbest men to ever be leader in the Senate,” but added that Reid is “running circles around the Republicans.”
“That’s what happens when you have no principles, no strategy and no guts,” Levin said of Congressional Republicans. “It’s time for a new Republican Party.”
“No more excuses. No more whining. No more lying to get you elected. No more crony deals with the U.S. Chamber of crony capitalism,” Levin said, taking a political shot at the business community powerhouse [the] U.S. Chamber of Commerce…
But Mark didn’t end there. He made clear his opposition to likely 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
CPAC is typically the political equivalent of the Westminster Dog Show. It is the must attend, must be seen, and must do best in class for any Republican political candidate and/or cause. And this year Rove, et al were quietly giggly because they believed CPAC would amount to a coronation walk for the presumptive 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
But Jeb Bush’s thought of his appearance being a cakewalk on a carpet of roses was quickly dashed, despite his love fest with Sean Hannity the Republican Party’s numero uno “sucker upper”.
Mark said: “You see, Mr. Bush, we love our country too.” Mark’s verbal lancer to the chest of Bush was in response to some GOP candidates (Bush included) referring to us as “essentially lazy and racist and themselves rejecting the belief of American exceptionalism, insisting that the nation owes its current and future greatness, if not existence, to uninterrupted massive waves of low-skilled and unskilled aliens from the third world.”
Mark continued, “This has never been the American experience. Immigration is to be managed, limited, gradual to allow for assimilation and Americanization.”
I personally do not attend CPAC unless I am on the schedule to speak and/or conduct a panel(s). (Last year I turned down an offer to be on CPAC’s radio row.) But that doesn’t mean I’m not on top of what’s going on there.
I was told before it was reported that it quickly became apparent to the Jeb Bush campaign camarilla they would need to bus those who they tried to pass off as “supporters”. But it is where they bussed them in from that proves Bush’s supposed inevitable successorship to the White House is anything but inevitable.
The Bush campaign bussed people in from “K Street.” For those unfamiliar with the reference to “K Street,” it is the epicenter of Washington’s lobbying industry. It speaks volumes that Bush turned to “K Street” to attempt such sleight-of-hand especially before he has even formally announced his presidential bid. It signals an unholy alliance which portends for more government spending, more government growth, and more globalization.
I was told that upwards of 60 conservatives stood up and walked out on the Jeb Bush equivalent of being “inside the ring” at this political dog show moments after he began to speak. Add to that, I was also told the room Bush was in would have held “roughly, probably 400 people” and “it was not even close to being full” and that was before conservatives walked out.
The Hill.com reported that it’s the top Republican donors and strategists who are arguing “presidential candidates should strike a more inclusive tone on immigration reform, noting that Hispanics are an important constituency needed to win elections.” (Kevin Cirilli; Mark Levin Says GOP Has No Guts; 2/28/15)
I, however, argue that is nothing more than political spin and obfuscation for candidates doing what they darn well please. That said, if it were to be true it would be an even more damning indictment of what the Republican Party has become, i.e., a swamp of diseased contagion whose only distinguishing difference from the Democrat Party is that the Democrats have an ass for their mascot juxtaposed to a pachyderm for Republicans.
I will also make another observation that Mark Levin did not. That is the “hold your nose and vote for rotten Republicans to prevent rotten Democrats from winning.”
John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Orin Hatch, Mike McCarthy, et al, did not elect and reelect themselves. Soft spine voters are responsible for that. I am sick of the “scardie-cat” easily led through the nose voters who call themselves conservatives; rewarding treasonous traitors such as these with reelection and claiming they didn’t have a choice.
The bottom line is voters always have a choice to do the right thing. Most of them are just afraid to do it because they buy into the “we can’t let bad Democrats win.” And to prevent that they’ll reelect and elect Republicans who are just like them.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here