By The Right Scoop


This clip pretty much sums up what Levin thought about last night’s debate, which he says, he really didn’t learn much from. He says at this point the debates are becoming boring simply because there are so many candidates and no one will really go after Romney.

Here’s the full segment:

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  • Anonymous

    Two leaders in my life have inspired me to follow.
    First was Ronald Reagan, and the second was Sarah Palin.
    There has been noone else in-between, and noone else since.

    I’m having a hard time adjusting now. I still think Palin was the best. She is the one who spoke about the real battle, and her life and political career has stood up to intense scrutiny.

    I am now looking for who is second best. What I’m finding so far is a gigantic gap in presidential qualities between first and second best. I wish the field was not set yet, and I would have hope somebody would enter of higher quality.

    I like Cain best I suppose, but he is so green when it comes to politics and especially world affairs. Obama’s machine I’m afraid will tear him to pieces. And his 9,9,9, tax policy makes me nervous.

    God help our nation.

    • Anonymous

      I think we need to start taking a better look at Rick S. I only say that because I know every little about him, I damn sure can’t cast my vote for any of the others. I’m still a write in for Sarah.

      • Anonymous

        he is conservative. something bothers me. he could not get re elected after many years as senator. hummm, but i do like him.

        • Anonymous

          I hear you. If we don’t find someone the TP will stay home

          • Anonymous

            The toilet paper may stay home, (unless I decide to poop on a police buggy) but this Tea Partier is voting against O’ so hard it’ll heirlip Biden beyond belief.

            Who will I vote for? Well, in the primary, probably Cain, but in the general I’ll vote for ABO.

        • Anonymous

          I like a lot of what he says too. However, he lost in PA because he endorsed Arlen Specter. In my mind, that is akin to believing in global warming. It’s a huge red flag. He’s also as exciting as warm milk.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MMISUKN4QSI3WV4OL7RQFN62RQ J

        what’s wrong with ron paul? I like him!

    • Anonymous

      the 9,9,9 tax idea should make you nervous. read up on it!

      i don’t like his chummiest with mitt behind the scenes! i would rather have the likes of dufus who holds my values but is lousy in debates.

      i ain’t into the shiney butts who are welcomed groomed at lying!

      • Anonymous

        I honestly didn’t understand a word of that after “read up on it”

    • Anonymous

      Join the club Bill.

    • Anonymous

      I understand. Sarah really did stand up to intense scrutiny, she’s a true-blue Patriot, is an All American girl, is tough, well spoken, and has high moral character.

      And I’m disillusioned with her.

      Who cares if she’s got great rhetoric and gives a good speech if she won’t run? She’s a glorified cheerleader at this point, and it truly hurts me to say that. Now I’m looking for second best when I was hoping for a real breakthrough this cycle.

      Cain is the closest to fitting the bill, but I take issue with him in some areas as well.

      • Anonymous

        I believe she will be much more than a cheerleader. She has put forth great ideas for policies. She can help guide the narrative to the most important things.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    Bachmann and Santorum did a good job attacking Cain’s 9-9-9 plan last night… I don’t like the idea of giving Federal Government another revenue stream, and government could always raise those 9% rates after Cain… So that hurts Cain, That helps Romney… Perry absolutely sucks in these debates… Newt has been really good in all of the debates but he sucks in the polls… so Romney is gonna win by default and cash vault…

    • zytekfan

      Attitudes like that are why we would end up with RINO Romney as the nominee.

    • Anonymous

      he will only if we the people allow him to win. we don’t have to vote for him in a primary. vote for the one you think is closest to your mark.

      and stop making predictions.

  • Anonymous

    i tell you what it is that makes conservatives like Romney, he looks the part.

    • Anonymous

      the man is a rino. HE IS NOT A CONSERVATIVE. do your homework. just because you say you a republican does NOT mean you are conservative. he is a beautiful SNAKE!

    • Anonymous

      It’s true. People keep spewing “Oh, he just looks so Presidential” whatever that means. My wife and I were saying what a beautiful President and VP him and Bachmann would make – you’d mistake her for the First Lady.

      But I’d rather vote for a guy who looks like a bulldog and has the attitude to match, so long as he was a true Conservative who wouldn’t back down.

  • Anonymous

    The establishment (democrats and republicans) have already decided… Obama vs. Romney (Big gov vs Big gov)

    • Anonymous

      The power belongs to us, We the People. We can make a difference if we get out the vote.

      Cain 2012!

  • Anonymous

    Levin wants to restore the Constitutional Government but hes always talking about how RP is crazy now that doesnt make any sense even if you disagree with him.

  • Anonymous

    i agree with mark levin: the debates over that last few years have become a talent try out! i think it is awful cause we the people just fall for the pretty ones….doesn’t matter what they are made of.

  • Anonymous

    Agreed with Levin…No one go after Romney, I don’t know if it is because they don’t have the facts up to date or they lack courage to do so. To me the fact that Romney’s advisors met with Team Obama to advise them on Romney Care is more than enough to confront him. In addition to all his previous flip flops, he is also a liberal who believes in man-made global warming!

  • Anonymous

    The GOP gives us Romney and we run a serious risk of losing the election. IMHO.

    • Anonymous

      If the GOP establishment gives us Romney then the cause of conservatism takes a collosal kick in the nethers. Like it or not I think most people link Republicans and conservatives and if we put up another milk-toast “R” in the WH then we risk being seen as just a less effective but hypocritical irrelevant political party. You’d think out of 300 million people there’d be at least one Reaganesque persona….

    • Anonymous

      With respect, No freakin’ way(!)…Romney will wipe the floor with the Nobel prize winner. If the Republican nominee is Romney, Cain, Perry or Newt the results will be a landslide to rival continental drift and will make Mondale look like a winner.

      • Anonymous

        I sure do hope you’re right. But I think you’re underestimating the stupidity of the voters who actually LIKE what Obama wants for the USA. Lot of Marxists and malcontents out there. Here’s hoping they’re outnumbered by Conservatives and those who are disillusioned with The One.

      • Anonymous

        I sure do hope you’re right. But I think you’re underestimating the stupidity of the voters who actually LIKE what Obama wants for the USA. Lot of Marxists and malcontents out there. Here’s hoping they’re outnumbered by Conservatives and those who are disillusioned with The One.

    • Mark Smith

      Agree with steprock 100%. Conservatism is not Romney’s core. He’s acting. Voters will see through him. I pray it’s not Obama v Romney because there’s no THERE there.

  • Anonymous

    The big BOR on Fox Really ticks me off. He just came out and said that Romney is it and it will be over in February. Furthermore he said Cain has zero chance of beating Obama! He of course only gave a poll number saying that

  • Brandy Carter

    “Gary Johnson owes points”. LOL!

  • Anonymous

    None of the candidates will pass the 100% purity test with every conservative. Bachmann and Santorum have their Congressional earmark history; Newt has been known to favor government intervention with targeted tax breaks; Romney has RomneyCare, global warming, and other serious problems. Cain hasn’t been called out yet on his previous miscalculations on the housing bubble, his comments about the Fed, and other wrong economic predictions. He can’t keep making the excuse that he didn’t have all the information he needed when he made those predictions. He won’t even release the assumptions that his mysterious scoring agencies have used for the revenue neutral claims of his 9-9-9 plan.

    Marco Rubio, as a state legislator, pushed for legislation to grant in-state tuition for illegal students. Governor Nikki Haley, as a legislator, co-sponsored HPV vaccination legislation. So the qualifier is to look at actual history and records of the candidates.

    On record, Rick Perry has a solid record on the issues that should matter most to voters. Perry should just quit the debates – they are really a waste of his time. Of all the candidates, he is the best at retail politics and Q&A at townhalls. He really connects with people. His passion and honesty resonate. He is the most qualified on states’ rights, energy and job creation, border control needs, education reform, etc. If his ground game is well planned with strategic, well-timed media ads, he could rise in the polls.

    Mitt Romney, the MSM and establishment candidate, will not be chosen by the grassroots. There are consistently 75% of voters who want someone else.

    • Anonymous

      How about a little history on Perry:
      Debate Shocker: Rick Perry Says Corruption, Cronyism is OK at the State Level http://wp.me/pxxfo-1n2

    • Anonymous

      I’m not stumping for any candidate here but Rick Perry isn’t all he’s cracked up to be. Perry is the ultimate bull shi#%er. You ask that guy a tough question and he’s a deer in headlights. When he talks about employment in Texas being great he is correct. What he fails to point out is that many of those jobs go to illegals. His statistics are pliable but the facts are stubborn.

  • http://twitter.com/MaxTwain Max Twain

    Cain supported TARP, served on the Fed, and endorsed Romney in 2008. Just saying.

  • http://twitter.com/MaxTwain Max Twain

    How does working for Pillsbury prepare you to be the Commander-in-Chief of the US Armed Forces.