“FULL INTERVIEW: Watch Mark Levin and Cavuto converse about Obamacare, America, and more…”
As the Liberty Amendments is now available for sale, it’s time we begin a genuine discussion here about the ideas behind the book’s proposals, along with the pushback we’re likely to see from, among others, Harry Reid’s good buddy and fellow 31-year Senate fixture, John McCain and the establicans, who will be guarding their power as jealously as the Democrats.
The Party of the Status Quo — the less left part of a single-party, statist Leviathan posing as a two-party adversarial structure — will be out with the long knives once the book takes off (assuming it does; the first strategy to combat it will be to ignore it, but with Levin’s reach, and the help of Cavuto, Hannity, Limbaugh, Palin, Cruz, et al) — they’ll sniff that such radical thinking is an attempt to change the Constitution, which they like just fine, thanks; or that what Levin proposes is too adversarial, that history will ebb and flow and that America will come through as it always has.
In short, they’ll hedge, misrepresent, speak in platitudes, and protect their own interests. Not ours. And this plan is designed specifically to reclaim our interests from an entrenched power structure that has come to believe it has us boxed out.
I look forward to the discussions.
Levin mentioned that later in the week he’ll be doing a one hour TV appearance to discuss the book and the ideas in it. This is, for Levin, unusual, as he generally avoids TV.
The next step in the evolution of the TEA Party movement, as I’ve been advocating, is taking back state authority; much like a vampire, the feds have to be invited in before they can rape your women and suck the life out of you. Time to answer the door in a garlic suit and with a big fat NO prepared for all their enticing advances.
The GOP Governors who sold out on the ObamaCare exchanges being the dried out, pale husks that should serve as a cautionary tale.
You can watch the video here, courtesy of Brian at The Right Scoop.
Or you can watch shorter version, such as the Mediate clip that centers on the more important question, why does Levin yell on the radio?