Levin rips Donald Trump to shreds


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Levin points out many things about Trump that show he is no conservative, but a few of the glaring ones are the fact that he support Charlie Crist over Marco Rubio twice, as well as calling for the impeachment of George W. Bush, accusing him of lying to get us in the war. Oh yeah, and he supported Universal Health Care in America, the Canadian style.

And there’s more. This is a must listen.

Dump the Trump!

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UPDATE: If you still aren’t convinced, then read this. No really, READ THIS!!!

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UPDATE: One of the videos from Levin’s show:

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  • poljunkie

    Wow, the headlines alone from Levins show make me wonder why Trump is going after Obama when he clearly agreed with many of his positions. Did he have a change of heart- or is he just using this political climate as an opportunity to self promote?

    • Or does he want to get Obama re-elected?

      • poljunkie

        RS, that would be a double dirty trick!

      • He’s working for HRC, playing Perot.

    • Anonymous

      He’s got a giant ego, that’s why. The man’s been puffed with self-importance since – criminy, forever. The media attention just feeds the beast.

    • Rich

      In 2008 the political wind was blowing in Obama’s favor. Today, it’s blowing against him. Trump is simply an opportunist. Who knows where he actually stands, if anywhere.

      • Rich

        And I would like to say I used that word opportunist prior to listening to Levin’s show tonight, so I’m not just stealing lines here 🙂

  • Thank you for posting this Right Scoop. The truth must be heard!

  • Anonymous

    SO glad Levin and Beck are speaking up on Trump. As a Rush fan, I am disgusted at how he is portraying Trump, even today Trump donates $100,000 in honor of Rush, so it was obvious that he wasn’t going to give him a real interview. It’s disgusting at how many people are just blindly following Trump because he has the courage to speak up against Obama, yet his history tells a completely different story.

    Levin is dead on, he supported big government candidates and old politicians, while we stood by the Tea Party. Trump might talk the talk now, he might be cozying up to he the “right” places, but he’s never been to a Tea Party rally, nor has he voiced his support for it, he’s just pulled the dawn of the conservative and put on a show for the media to pick up. Trump has never put his money OR his mouth on the side of small limited government before, he’s just trying to hijack an opportunity now for his own means. There is a difference between loving yourself, and loving your country.

    There’s more to being a conservative then just wanting a balanced budget; Fiscal conservatism is dependent on Social Conservatism, and Trump follows neither.

    • Anonymous

      I really can understand why novice politician-du-jour’s are in vogue; WE are disgusted with weak GOP leadership and OUTRAGED with these DEM-Rats. When the political bu11ets start flying, it’s best to look at the candidates HISTORY… The Donald does not pass the sniff test….Rush made a mistake allowing The Donald an audience today; I’m a huge Rush fan, as well….

      • Persephone

        I used to be a huge fan of Rush…listened to him every day back in the 90s.
        Then, in 1996…Rush started softballing Clinton’s scandals, when he should have been as outraged as the rest of us and hitting him hard.
        My Dad told me at the time…”These pundits make more money when there’s a Democrat in office, why would Rush want Clinton to leave?”
        I didn’t want to believe that.
        And still don’t.

        But I can’t help but wonder…
        Rush made millions off of the Clinton years…not so much off of Bush’s.
        He’s been enjoying a resurgence in his audience since Obama won, though.
        So, who knows.

        • Jackyl

          Persephone, just take the chill pill on Rush. Rush is just being polite and giving a candidate an opportunity to speak.

          Levin is “keeping it real” and helping us figure out who the dead wood candidates are before we waste too much time on them. A persons track record and actions have always been the true litmus test of ones character.

          The crooks in government and media somehow convinced the masses that character does not count anymore. But guess what electorate – Wake-up call -track record counts! When it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, guess what genius, it is a duck!

          Trump is just like the rest of the Republican candidates, tell them what they want to hear to get elected and then do what you really intended all along. For Trump, that won’t be a move away from socialism – that would be too risky. He will play the center, but lean a bit right. He won’t help to repair the damage the collectavists have done to this great country. Trump will become one of the elites if a corrupt socialist regime takes over. In short, Trump will just continue the long slide into collectivism.

          We need strong bold leadership like Rubio, Ryan, and Bachmann. We do not need another centrist socialist enabler RHINO republican centrist who will do nothing more than slow the pace of the long slide into collectivist enslavement to our neighbor and poverty.

          Message to Trump – I am going to lean over so you can hear me Donald (“Slider”) Trump – “Slider,….You Stink!”

          • Jackyl

            Trump – here you go! A visual aide for you:

            http://www.destinationhollywood.com/movies/topgun/mediaclip_04.shtml

          • Persephone

            Jackal,

            Hmmm…
            You say “Rush is just being polite”…and then lash into me with what comes across as a rude tirade.
            You tell me to “take a chill pill”…when you obviously haven’t taken one yourself.

            Heh heh…you’re funny.
            But I like your passion!
            That’s good.
            We need passionate fighters on our side.

            • Jackyl

              Hey Persephone,

              I am not lashing out at you. I just don’t think Rush was really doing anything bad, he was just being a human, thats all. In other words, I think your misdirecting you awesome energy onto the wrong targe. As far as I’m concerned, your a cool dude.

              As for me, you’re right, I do have a tendency to go off on a rude tyrade. That’s just me. I miss the old timers – you know, the old coggers who gave it to you strait-up, rudeness and all. Yeah, I miss that. Just do’n my part to ballance all the PC bullcrap out there.

              Damn, I love the smell of napalm in the morning!

              • Persephone

                I know what you mean.

                I miss Lee Atwater.
                He was taken from us too soon.
                If we had had him around in the last two decades…yelling at his fellow conservatives to get off their dead asses and Fight!…then we may have a completely different landscape right now.
                He was before the scourge of PC…that only serves to gag people from saying what they really think.
                May he rest in peace…however I think he is prolly rolling over in his grave.

                • Persephone

                  Oh…and not ‘dude’…I am femalien.

                • Anonymous

                  I get tears in my eyes just thinking about Lee Atwater – I still haven’t gotten over the giant shoes he left – so far nobody comes close to filling. He was my hero – truth and fire in his bones and taken away from us way too soon!

                • Persephone

                  Oh wow…I just found this comment you made to me.
                  Sorry for not finding it sooner.

                  And yeah, losing Lee Atwater was a Huge Blow to all of us on the right.
                  Truth and fire, yes absolutely…and an overall cool nature about him.
                  The likes of which I’ve not seen since.
                  I see similarities to Atwater, here and there, in others in politics….but no one with the whole package all rolled into one.
                  It would be like having Brietbart, Beck and Tony Snow, with a tad of the Blues Brothers…all in one person.
                  And even that doesn’t really do justice to him.

        • Anonymous

          Thought the same myself, though it IS good business to keep Obama in office, I believe guys like Rush realize that if he keeps it up, there just won’t be much of an America left in the end.

          That’s why I’ve grown more fond of Beck over the years, anyone can say what they want about him, but he speaks from his heart.

          • Persephone

            Hey, I didn’t say I don’t like Rush.
            I said that I “still don’t” want to believe what my Dad pointed out to me.
            We need all the conservative pundits that we can get.

            But here we have a thread about Levin ripping Trump to shreds…by disecting Trump’s background…when Levin has just told us to ‘shut up’ about Obama’s shady background and ‘sealed records’?
            Am I the only one who sees just a leeetle bit of hypocrisy there?

            The media sent an army to AK, to dissect and flay every tiny detail of Sarah Palin’s past.
            And yet that same media, including Fox and our trusted conservative pundits, turned a blind eye to Obama’s past.
            Why?…because they were afraid of being called ‘racist’?
            So much for fearless reportage.

            I refuse to be herded into the flock of sheep, who are supposed to shut up and say “Baaa” and told what to think.

            • Anonymous

              I don’t think anyone on the right has a problem with bringing up his records, such as his college/legal/travel records, it’s the argument that we need to see a birth certificate to prove he’s born in America that many, including myself, see as a losing argument. I would love to see what Obama did on college (I believe it was Hillary that did her thesis on Saul Alinsky), I would love to have any bit of information about Obama to come up and be used against him, but from what I’ve seen, Trump is only focused on his birth place.

              • Persephone

                I think Trump is ‘saving’ the thing about Obama’s sealed records….for when he is attacked about his own records.
                It seems like Trump to do that.
                He mentioned to Hannity, something about ‘needing more than one page’ for the amount of disclosure he would have to make.

                So if all these conservative pundits are going to ‘bring up’ Obama’s sealed records…they better get cracking on it.
                Otherwise Trump will trump them on that too.
                And they will look even more foolish than they already do…for remaining silent on it for so long.

    • Ceylon777

      Fiscal con is dependent on social con only when entitlements are involved. When it’s simply ideological, like being OK with gay people, it’s not.

    • Ceylon777

      Fiscal con is dependent on social con only when entitlements are involved. When it’s simply ideological, like being OK with gay people, it’s not.

    • wtd

      There are those of us that are just as cynical and encourage him to criticise Obama, and yet have absolutely NO intention of voting for or financially supporting Trump’s political ambitions. Whatever Trump’s game is . . .it’s not a winning political strategy . . . it’s entertainment . . . Pass the popcorn.

    • wtd

      There are those of us that are just as cynical and encourage him to criticise Obama, and yet have absolutely NO intention of voting for or financially supporting Trump’s political ambitions. Whatever Trump’s game is . . .it’s not a winning political strategy . . . it’s entertainment . . . Pass the popcorn.

    • Anonymous

      I agree with you, but it is entertaining . So pass the popcorn.

  • sickandtired

    I thought trump would end up being a little shady, I remember when he used to talk about Bush so badly. I sure would never vote for him. I never liked him anyway so that surley does not bother me!!! He is a snake in the grass,he is only thinking about his pocketbook and business deals. There would be more deals in back rooms than you could count!!! NO THANKS!!!!

  • sickandtired

    I thought trump would end up being a little shady, I remember when he used to talk about Bush so badly. I sure would never vote for him. I never liked him anyway so that surley does not bother me!!! He is a snake in the grass,he is only thinking about his pocketbook and business deals. There would be more deals in back rooms than you could count!!! NO THANKS!!!!

  • Redwine

    Levin brought up a host of issues and proof that Trump is not a true conservative, but rather a “wheeler dealer”. I was suspicious of Trump from the start and consider him to be an opportunist.

  • Publius

    Levin is the best!!!

  • Carkrueger

    WOW! I wish Hannity and Rush had not given him so much air time. Trump is a real sleeze ball. Now my friends out there on RS doesn’t Romney look good right about now!

    • Anonymous

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    • Anonymous

      No Chump, No Romney.

  • I love Levin but for crying out load are we really so stupid we need this? Are conservatives/republicans/whatever really so naive and lack any common sense?
    I’m glad The Great One has spoken out on this trouble maker, this demagogue called “The Donald”. But I’m very very disturbed with my friends on the right and the apparent gullibility. I thought we learned something with McCain but apparently not. And Trumps popularity speaks VOLUMES about the void of Republican leadership and candidates for 2012. I’ve said it before I’ll say it again, it’s 08 all over again. Trump is the new McCain.

    • “are we really so stupid we need this? ”

      Yep. Just look at the polls.

      [face palm]

  • JW

    Oh ho, Trump has been exposed. I hope this hits the internet waves really fast.

    It makes sense now why he is so vocal and contemplating a run for the Presidency. He’s trying to steal away votes and we need to ensure this gets out. As he mentioned, if he does not get the Republican nomination he will run as an Independent. Enough votes will be voted for Ron Paul and now Trump, which will take away votes for the Conservative Republican candidate.

    This needs to be tweeted and tweeted.

    Thanks to God for Levin in exposing this chameleon.

  • Anonymous

    “well I just think Bush is the worst President in the history of the United States”. Really? Well I think you’ve got a pretty short freaking memory, Chump. I don’t know why everyone is losing their minds over this arrogant fool. And Hannity gave him the softest interview ever, last night – he didn’t raise any of this and he should have. Thank you Mr. Levin!

    • Kimvan52

      If you think Bush was the worst President we had then that tells me you sure in the hell don’t know to much. Just like the rest of your left wing buddies……

      • Anonymous

        What I would give to have George back.

        • poljunkie

          I am totally with you there 22227, even with his mistakes, EVERYONE at my house would gladly welcome President Bush ( and his gracious wife Laura ) back!

        • Persephone

          Me too.
          I miss him.

  • Anonymous

    Great post RS.

    It’s time for the conservative GOP primary voters to realize that Trump has only been a “conservative” for a few months.

  • roy

    thank you mark

  • Anonymous

    If you think Bush was the worst President we had then that tells me you sure in the hell don’t know to much. Just like the rest of your left wing buddies……

  • Anonymous

    It’s always easy for anyone to blame the last person in office. Why don’t we stand up and be a man and say: I’m trying the best I can but nothing is working so far. That would be the real Truth….

  • Well, herein lies the rub. The Donald is not a politician, he’s a businessman. His interests shift as business dictates. If that means greasing a greasy palm, physically or verbally, he’ll do it (see Weiner). Could he right America’s listing economy? I think so. Will he stand tall as a solid conservative? No.

    Whomever wins the GOP nod gets my vote.
    Anyone but Obama 2012.

  • Constance

    People have short memories, or simply selective memories. I clearly remember listening to Trump pile on to George Bush along with all of the Democrats. I also remember Trump endorse Obama over McCain in 2008. No conservative, regardless of any business reasons, could have endorsed or supported Obama. By the time the election season gets in full bloom, most potential voters will know all of these things about Trump. I’m not worried about the guy. Yes, he can try to run as a third-party candidate, but I don’t fancy his chances. Too much will be known about him by then.

    • Jackyl

      Dudette,

      No conservative could have ever endorsed and supported McCain either!

      McCain is an enabler. He’s better than some candidates, but ultimately McCain would have represented the slow train to collectiville!

      How about a little poleoconservatism for a change! How about we just go back to the great founding ideas that made us a great nation!

      How about the American public put down the beer cans and turn off ESPN for 5 minutes and thank their lucky a__es for being so dam fortunate!

      How about Americans quit being lazy no nothing woosies who are afraid to call a communist a comunist and an anti-colonialist an anti-colonialist!

      Joe, where are you when we need you. God bless McCarthy you woosies!

    • chili palmer

      Sorry, not correct. Trump endorsed McCain. See NY 1 interview November 2008. Trump was a big supporter of Rudy Giuliani when he was coming up as a Republican in the 1990’s and attended fundraisers for him (I live in Manhattan, volunteered for Giuliani and saw him there). He liked Bush at first but became very upset with him when the war in Iraq turned out to be a criminal monstrosity called nation building. I was very upset as well and still am. Bush had 8 years to help this country but he and his cronies chose to destroy it and the Republican Party instead. Why do you think we have Obama? If you think the GOP wants to beat Obama you haven’t been listening. McCain did not want to win and the GOP sabotaged Palin brutally to bring down the campaign. They will not let us have a conservative. They consider conservatives enemy number 1, and will fight viciously to defeat them. They would be happy if Obama won again and to ensure it they are giving us Romney. As far as Levin, I am a listener, and when he gets angry a lot can come out. I heard him a few days ago and he was extremely angry that Trump would not appear on his show (he has appeared numerous other places). Trump will answer Levin’s points anytime anyone asks him. He’s not hiding, he’s everywhere, and that is why Levin is so angry at him. The point is, the establishment GOP will not allow us to have a conservative candidate, or a candidate who will stand up to Obama. So as it stands now, Obama has won. The only way to defeat him is to get a candidate who is very strong, who can win over the GOP, but is not constrained by them. Trump is the only one. As far as his donations, the Republican Party does not exist in NY and NJ, therefore mostly democrats get elected. He gave to some of them. He does not need this aggravation, there is no chance he is a spoiler. He is very nationalistic and upset that we are the world’s whipping post.

      • Squeek71

        Dont forget, Chili, that Trump supported Hillary in 2008. It was only after Hillary lost that Trump switched to McCain. Perhaps he switched out of loyalty to Hillary rather than any true ill will toward Obama. He certainly had nice things to say about Obama, after Obama won. Trump’s loyalties lie with Hillary. And what he is doing right now could help Hillary! If Obama gets further weakened or taken out of office, Hillary is the big winner!! And she would be much harder to run against than Obama, who is only polling in the low 40s. Hillary has approval in the 60s! And Trump still says nice things about the Clintons, even though he is supposedly conservative now!! He is all about Miss Hillary!! He also said he supported Hillary’s socialized medicine plan back during the 2008 election. Here is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IFobhsXPd0

      • Squeek71

        Dont forget, Chili, that Trump supported Hillary in 2008. It was only after Hillary lost that Trump switched to McCain. Perhaps he switched out of loyalty to Hillary rather than any true ill will toward Obama. He certainly had nice things to say about Obama, after Obama won. Trump’s loyalties lie with Hillary. And what he is doing right now could help Hillary! If Obama gets further weakened or taken out of office, Hillary is the big winner!! And she would be much harder to run against than Obama, who is only polling in the low 40s. Hillary has approval in the 60s! And Trump still says nice things about the Clintons, even though he is supposedly conservative now!! He is all about Miss Hillary!! He also said he supported Hillary’s socialized medicine plan back during the 2008 election. Here is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IFobhsXPd0

  • Babnik

    If ThaDonald can peel off a few hundred or a few thousand squishy Republican votes when the time comes and have an effect on any election then he’s done his job. The evidence is so clear as to who he is that if he is even a little bit successful and BO manages to keep his job then ya know what, maybe we as a people deserve what we get. You’d think after Perot we’d be a little wiser. I think Trump made a tactical mistake the other day by saying he’d go 3rd party if he didn’t get the Republican nomination. Hopefully that revelation will snap some people out of their celebrity worship. You’d think at a time of America’s greatest need we would have one person step up and outshine all other candidates….I felt that way the first time I heard Palin speak, I knew obama was going to be real trouble the first time I heard him speak. I have hope that West could be something but right now we just don’t know.

  • Babnik

    If ThaDonald can peel off a few hundred or a few thousand squishy Republican votes when the time comes and have an effect on any election then he’s done his job. The evidence is so clear as to who he is that if he is even a little bit successful and BO manages to keep his job then ya know what, maybe we as a people deserve what we get. You’d think after Perot we’d be a little wiser. I think Trump made a tactical mistake the other day by saying he’d go 3rd party if he didn’t get the Republican nomination. Hopefully that revelation will snap some people out of their celebrity worship. You’d think at a time of America’s greatest need we would have one person step up and outshine all other candidates….I felt that way the first time I heard Palin speak, I knew obama was going to be real trouble the first time I heard him speak. I have hope that West could be something but right now we just don’t know.

  • Anonymous

    On the eminent domain issue with Trump…what a sleazebag. How could anyone support a guy like that? He gives capitalism a bad name–using the government to make a buck. That’s also why he gives money to all these democrats, he’s buying favors. I don’t even want to think about the crap he’d pull if he were in the white house.

  • Right_Wingnut

    Mr. Right Scoop,

    He wrote about his desire for “a single payer system” in his book in 2000. The relevent text is located at the link.

    Here’s a portion of it: “….We must have universal healthcare.
    Our objective [should be] to make reforms for the moment and, longer term, to find an equivalent of the single-payer plan that is affordable, well-administered, and provides freedom of choice…..”

    http://www.rightspeak.net/2011/04/trumpcare-or-thedonaldcare-which-sounds.html#comments

  • Persephone

    So…who is Levin liking for President?

    Trump has a trunk load of baggage and negatives.
    We know that.
    Trump is about as conservative as Bill Clinton.
    We know that.
    He shamelessly waffles back and forth.
    We know that.

    Trump is getting high poll numbers…because he’s not being a good boy, and not shutting up about the birth certificate issue.
    People want to hear about that.
    Trump is coming across as a Fighter.
    People want a fighter.
    All the other ‘possible candidates’ are not coming across as fighters.

    • EuropTravl

      I agree. Who does Levin SUPPORT? Names.
      I’d vote Trump over Mitt Romney for sure. Over Gingrich for sure. Over Huckabee for sure.

      I saw Huckabee interviewed this morning by Bill Hemmer. He absolutely railed against raising the debt ceiling. I was amazed he seemed shaken by the simple question, “So, if you had a vote right now, you would vote to not raise it?” Huckabee said “Well, the Democrats would have to promise……..”

      I’m sick of talk like that. That’s Obami talk – talk up a good story, and let others lead.

      • badnewzbearz

        Mark hasn’t officially endorsed anybody, but he says Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum are solid.

    • Thetapi

      I totally agree. Even if Trump isn’t the right guy, he can at least set an example. Palin dodges questions, Huckabe doesn’t have any ideas, Romney has a terrible history. And even more of the solid candidates just aren’t leading in the polls– which means Obama gets another 4 years.

      I know that Bush had a great first term, but his second term got worse– with issues like illegal immigration. So if Bush’s 2nd term got bad, how bad do we think Obama’s will be when he has already done so much damage as it is? And do we think that Obama will hold back when once he gets another 4 years, and there’s no way he can get voted out? Nothing will stop him then.

      I’m not saying Trump is the only answer, but if he isn’t right choice, then we need a candidate better than Trump or Obama will win. Its gotta come down to the primaries. These other candidates need to wake up and fight against the mythical birth certificate, ties to terrorism and Chicago thug mentality. Not to mention the fact that no other candidate is mentioning the fact that we’re handing ourselves over to China and just sending armies over to other countries to free people, sacrifice our men and then leave without a “thank you” and are actually blamed for “butting in”, when most countries would be getting their fair share for helping out their neighbors.

      • Jcarucci0131

        Trump is not the only answer, to get us out of the mess we’re in we need someone solid, clean and all American. We need Ron Paul, but we also need intelligent voters, we’re hard up for them!

        • Thetapi

          If you read my post I said Trump isn’t the only answer *twice*. All I’m saying is that if the “clean” candidates don’t want Trump to beat them, then they need to step up their game and play hardball with Obama. Being a sissy like McCain about Obama’s shady past won’t get anyone elected. People have to know why Obama getting re-elected would be so bad– nothing would stop Obama once he gets a second term, if his first term hasn’t been horrible enough.

          I love Ron Paul to death, but where has he been? Trump’s already been on TV and then-some. I watched an interview Ron Paul did a day or so ago and he was articulate, down to earth and brilliant– the downside is that the interview was on MSNBC (with Chris Matthews no less) and in case you didn’t notice, they don’t get many viewers, LOL.

          I’m NOT saying that’s the end all, there’s still PLENTY of time for Ron Paul to get more noticed. Just sayin that the really good candidates have to make sure they don’t get shut out or drowned out in a free-for-all debate. They need to stand out. I really liked Duncan Hunter when he ran in 2008 but he got pushed aside in the debates and even the strongest candidates got shot down once Soros gave McCain some dough (who was on his last leg).

    • Publius

      He hasn’t endorsed anyone yet. However, I suspect he is looking for someone who, for starters 1) will fight Obama-care, 2) will protect the borders, 3) resist deficit spending, and 4) will fight the extremist-greenist agenda.

      It’s not easy to see a Republican candiate who fits that bill. For example, Romney, Daniels and Trump all flunk the Obamacare test. Christie may flunk three of those tests. Huckabee is praising the recent budget cave-in.

  • The DynamoUKnow

    Hey asshole get your head out of the Sand ……… Geaorge Bush DID Lie to get us into War in Iraq and He SHOULD have been impeached!

    • Dirtmonkey

      And your “dear leader” lied to the American people to send us to war in Libya without congressional approval. Shouldn’t your “dear leader” also be impeached for this?

      • Jackyl

        No worries Dirtmonkey, The DynamoUKnow and his socialist Bush Bashing Butties think its OK if they lie because their salvation lies in collectivist salvation! The Dynamo… or whatever you call yourself, news flash for you – how do you know a career politician is lying? When his lips are moving because that is the job description of a “career” politician you pinhead! Politicians lie because the sheeple are stupid and lazy and take their freedom and wealth for granted!

        That’s why holding political office was not meant to be a frigin career!

        It’s the stupid voters who don’t force a rotation of politicians in and out of Washington who are ultimately responsible for the globular morphing of politics and racketeering!

        How about this idea for DC reform: No politician can hold political office for more than two terms and can only work as a lobbyist for one term after serving in public office. After that, every politician is banned from having anything to do with DC – no lobbying, no consulting, no nothing!

        Hell, let’s just ban former politicians from stepping one foot in DC for 10 years after they serve. Let’s generate such a shortage of “smooth talking silver tongue” Trumped-up candidates, that voters are forced to vote for geeky looking, but sensible and intelligent politicians.

        Yes, the American public is a lazy spoiled flock of sheeple that won’t vote for anyone who does not look and talk like a movie star. We all know the Clinton and Reagan type candidates only come along once in a blue moon. What the heck will it take to break the tendancy of most voters to cast their vote on looks and the party line?

        The only solution is to force a rotation of new blood through the halls of Congress and the White House and to maintain a high rate of “churn” in the elected body.

        In doing so, voters would be force to vote on the basis of the content of ones character rather than how good a candidate looks and sounds on TV.

      • Wayenel

        What was the lie? Also, I’m sure that we went in with the U.N. and did not need congressional approval.

    • KeninMontana

      You need to work on those social skills and your spelling. Spellcheck won’t really make you smarter but it will give the appearance of a modicum of intelligence.

  • Anonymous

    Great to hear. Thanks Right Scoop. I’ve enjoyed the Donald ripping Obama, but Trump is who he is.

    • poljunkie

      I’ve enjoyed the “ripping” as well. but DT isn’t to be trusted as a conservative. Thanks again RS.

      • Anonymous

        It is kind of interesting that Chris Mathews suddenly started bringing up the birther issue right before Trump did. Then Trump decides to play it. It is an issue libs like to play as a move to make the right seem extreme. Normally, the MSM doesn’t cover anything that trashes BO, but they covered this a lot and created a lot of polls. Definitely a demonstration of the MSM’s way of creating a story and driving it as though it has substance.

  • Dirtmonkey

    The way the State Run Media have been pushing with so much coverage on Trump lately, and the lefty leaning polls claiming Trump is leading the field of GOP contenders, I figured something was not quite right.
    This country needs a true Conservative to lead this country, not some RINO or closet liberal.

  • Steven

    I was on top of this from the get go when Scoop was flirting with Trump because of the birther issue. And Scoop I know you won’t post this just like my last post. But in case you do, what Trump said about Bush is not the reason why I don’t trust him. I don’t like Bush and the Bush run Establishment. They are trying to ram down our throats a sure loser in Romney or Daniels to make way for Jeb Bush in 2016. With that said, Bush is still preferable to Obama. The corruption of the Obama administration makes that of the Bush administration pale in comparison.

    Anyhow, Trump is the next Swartzennegger, a celebrity that talks a big conservative game but a liberal through and through. He has liberal sensibilities that he can’t even suppress now. He talks about “protecting seniors from Paul Ryan’s plan.” Liberal.

    And of course as I pointed out before, he has supported every major democratic politician who will be actively involved in the reelection of Barack Obama. Not to say Trump is on Obama’s side. No. He despises Obama. However, I would not dismiss out of hand collusion between Trump and the Clintons. The Clintons know Barack Obama is a disaster and they know there is a real possibility of a double dip recession because of the increase in energy prices. The only way Hillary can successfully primary Obama and win the White House in 2012 is if Obama’s support falls through before the end of the year (highly likely) and if Trump makes a mockery of the GOP primary process and then runs as a third party candidate to divide the conservative base.

    DON’T BE FOOLED CONSERVATIVES! The Clintons did this in the 90s with Ross Perot and after they successfully won two terms, we never heard from Perot again. And in fact, Perot became more richer than ever. They are doing it again. Trump supported Hillary for president in 2008. He supported Hillary for the senate each time she ran. The Clintons don’t like Obama, but cut a deal with him to keep the Democratic Party together. But their eye has never left the White House. They are looking for a way and if the bottom falls out of Obama by the end of this year, i.e. his approval falls in the 30s (he’s at 41% now), Hillary will primary him. By the way, wasn’t it Hillary who pushed Obama to go to war with Libya. Hmmmm. Higher energy prices and an unending war. How did that do for Bush? Oh yeah, it led to Obama becoming president.

  • Patzermom

    LOVE this: “And the storyline that he puts out – we’re all supposed to go ga-ga for it – is he’s a businessman, he’s got business, ‘this is what you do.’ I don’t understand what that means. That means did you get something in return for these contributions, because that’s a crime. So what do you mean you… you do these things – ‘this is what a businessman does.’ What does a businessman do? Make unprincipled contributions to some of the most left-wing losers in the nation who are undermining our country?”

  • HERE IS WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT IN A NUT SHELL

    That Donald Trump Is Pretty Shrewd
    By Kyle-Anne Shiver

    Every time Donald Trump attacks a piece of the Obama narrative to a dumbfounded interviewer, he knows exactly what he is doing. 

    He has considered the risk beforehand and calculated its rewards. 

    He knows the media is most vulnerable because early on in 2008,
    the collective media declared these Obama truth-searches out of bounds for respectable people, who were obliged (in the media elitists’ minds) to give Obama’s blackness all benefit of doubt in every instance. 

    For nearly three full years now,

    the media has held its locked grip on every tidbit of missing or discordant information regarding the Obama narrative and are now shocked — shocked, I tell you — that anyone would dare to broach these media-deemed taboo subjects.

    John McCain accepted these media-imposed, stacked-deck rules and the rest is history.

    See the rest here;
    http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/04/that_donald_trump_is_pretty_sh.html

  • Trump makes Romney look like the soul of consistency.

    • Jackyl

      Don’t know much about Romney’s voting record, but he strikes me as a career politician. I don’t think he has enough charisma to be voted President by the sheeple, and if he were elected somehow, my guess is he would do little to turn back the momentum of the socialists.

      Don’t get me wrong – I think he would make a strong President in more “normal” times. But these times “ain’t” normal sunshine!

      Only bold and brave politicians with intellect and charisma will be strong enough to turn back the collectivist tsunami washing over this nation and planet!

      I’d love to see Bachmann, Rubio, and Ryan slug it out for the nomination. I’d be dam proud of any one of these tough and brave patriots! How about the right kind of change – honesty, strength, intellect, and love of freedom and country!

      Wouldn’t that be a change from the Tinky Holloway, Cuffy Meigs, Dr. Simon Pritchett, Dr. Potter characters we have in DC today.

  • Anonymous

    Trump Candidacy R.I.P.

    Trump can be very helpful in going after Obama and in the next administration if interested may very well very useful as well. The presidency however is a different story.

  • so glad you posted this. i’ll share with conservs i see who like trump. i never trusted him. he’s such a phony. the only thing i do like is that he brought attention to the borth certificate. but other than that i do not like this guy.

  • RightXBrigade

    Bush should have been impeached for starting illegal wars! That is a conservative point of view.

  • My personal view is that we should hold a revolution, throw everyone out of office, and start over as a collection of truly independent states. Make any person who has ever held office ineligible to ever run again. All offices should be one term only, and all laws should expire at 5 years unless voted on by the voters.
    Default on all debt, and leave the bankers holding their empty scrotal sack….We won’t die…and it gets the suspense over with….

    • Persephone

      That…is…a strangely attractive proposal.

      And when total anarchy breaks out, we can console ourselves with using LiberalProgressiveScum for target practice.

  • Jjfoh

    Isn’t saying Bush lied to get us into war like saying the sun rises in the East? Is there any doubt about this?

    • Anonymous

      How old are you? Were you above the age of 6 in 2002-2003?

      If you were old enough to read during the build up to the invasion of Iraq, and you still think there is no doubt Bush lied us into that war, that means you are one of two things: dumber than a bag of rocks or a liberal. Oh, sorry, that’s redundant.

      • Persephone

        You’re right, Bush didn’t lie.

        Well…l would put it this way, if Bush ‘lied’ then so did Hillary, Kerry, Reid, Edwards, and all the other Democrat power players at the time who were saying in unison that “Sadam Hussein has WMDs and what are you going to do about that, Mr. President!”

        I guess this Jjfoh person missed Hillary’s press conference on the Capital steps in 2002, after we had just beaten back the Taliban in Afghanistan…
        Where she said…”A victory in Afghanistan is good, but what about Sadam Hussein’s WMD’s? That is the real threat. What is the President going to do about that?”

        The Left has been deploying that old tactic of “A Lie repeated long enough, will eclipse the Truth”….because, unfortunately it works on the weak minded.

        • A list if democrats who supported Operation Iraqi Freedom: http://www.freedomagenda.com/iraq/wmd_quotes.html

          • Persephone

            Thanks for the list.
            🙂
            I remember that it was long.

            In 2002-03 the Dems were the ones leading the charge on going after Saddam Hussein…they basically pushed Bush into it.
            Then, they reversed themselves, and the LiberalMediaMachine tried to scrub their previous positions from history.

      • Jackyl

        “dumber than a bag of rocks or a liberal. Oh, sorry, that’s redundant” – I’m laughing my a__ off!

  • Bsfurg

    why cant trump change his mind on the way things are going in our country.. so he liked some of the demwips and dint like Bush.. now ppl are findin out that Bush was not so bad.. USA is in bad shape and trump is in a position to know that..and trump is telling just how bad it is… good god obama lies every day… every time he opens his mouth a lie comes out.. we need ppl like Beck and rush othere wise we would know nothing that the 535 do nothing congress is not doing.. to many of them are crooks or commies..the media still thinks obama is god.. hes destroying our country for Soros..he was picked to to that..

  • Anonymous

    Trump has said that he will run as an independent if he is not the Republican nominee, which means a vote for Trump is a vote for Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Trump has said that he will run as an independent if he is not the Republican nominee, which means a vote for Trump is a vote for Obama.

  • Nokolauri

    Mark, you present the country with the cogent case of RINO factoids of Donald Trump and it convinces me that we are being played another game of Three Card Monte by the globalists. Especially, if Trump has contributed to Fabian Socialists like Hillary Clinton and leftwing rads as Weiner & inter alia.

    At first, I was hopeful that Donald Trump would stand up against these monsters, however you have just proven this is all a show in both the Obama and RINO globalist strategy to split and conquer the conservative Tea Party and patriotic movements. I pray that Trump is not a redux of Ross Perot.

    • Persephone

      “I pray that Trump is not a redux of Ross Perot.”

      Oh…Trump is way worse than Ross Perot.
      Trump has charisma…Perot did not.
      If Perot had had Trump’s level of charisma and swagger, he probably would’ve defeated Clinton and Bush Sr..

      However, Trump told Hannity that he has no interest in helping Obama get a 2nd term by doing a third party run…
      So lets hope he doesn’t reverse himself on that like he has on so many other things.
      I think it will depend on who gets the Nomination.
      If someone gets it that Trump knows has no chance of beating Obama, he may use that as an excuse to do an indy run.

      • Jackyl

        Trump strikes me as an opportunist and a McCain/Schwarzenegger styled republican. I would rather have a more conservative candidate, but if somehow Trump does end up on the Republican ticket, its only fair to point out the things I do feel he would generally bring to the table.

        1) honest desire to stop the collectivists from completely taking over this country (I believe him when he says he is running because he thinks the US is in trouble and that no strong candidates have emerged who he beleives can turn the tide). I suppose some would disagree on this point. If Trumps lying on this point, I am not picking up that vibe when I watch him in interviews. Maybe he has a great poker face and he is conning me on that point.

        2) If he’s elected, that buys time for conservatives to better organize at the grass roots level to combat the leftist indoctrination through media and education which has been quietly underway for the past 3 to 5 decades. Plus, I think his strengths can help turn the tides against the hatred of the successful (note that I am not saying hatred of corrupt wealthy elites who “rig” the system in their favor – liberals are trying to imply that all wealthy individuals rig the system when in reality most rational people know only a small segments of the wealthy individuals in this country rig the system and they are only able to do so with help from the government elites who assist them so collectivism would only make this problem more pronounced)

        3) He’s smart and a savy negotiator – this is Trumps skill set that I think beats any other candidate out there.

        4) He is not afraid to call a spade a spade when necessary to do so and he is not afraid to go to battle with any person or nation if necessary. I think this strength is a true and needed asset that a conservative candidate must bring to the table.

        See Trump, I don’t hate you. I just want a true conservative with your strengths and more to hold the office of President.

        • Persephone

          People like Trumps’ fighting spirit…and are enjoying seeing him taking direct hits at Obama.
          I am enjoying watching it, too.
          Compared to the other guys, like Huckabee, Romney, Pawlenty, et al…Trump comes across like a lion.

          But he is more of a progressive than most people realize.
          He has a lot in his past for the left to make a big deal about.
          I repeat….He has a lot in his past.
          Just wait till they go into his chain of models and trophy wives…he will be painted as a mysogynist.
          We don’t know how many women are out there waiting for their 15 minutes of Fame, who will come out saying “Donald Trump was mean to me!”

          And…if a strong wind ever lifts that comb-over and causes it to flap up and down…that will become the biggest viral video ever!
          Can’t you just hear it?…..”Trump’s Hair Waves To The Crowd”.
          😀

  • Chris

    Levin is right…he is always right. Support a non-GOP, Tea-partier. Not a RINO or Demorat. Our Country is at stake.

  • Karen

    Wake the F&*( up!!!! Trump is a plant to ensure Obama wins the election. The left knows the American voters mindset and they know we have American Idol stars in our eyes when it comes to selecting leaders. So they are putting him out there to lull the Right to his side then Obama will crucify him, dig out garbage on Trump that will destroy his chances of winning and Trump will tuck his tail like John McCain did (he too was a plant to ensure Obama’s win). BEWARE. RON PAYL is THE ONLY man we can trust to do the right thing by America. He will get us out of the UN which is the most important move if we want to save this country. That will put an end to our commitment to Agenda 21. He will get rid of the Dept. of Ed so we can take back the education of our children instead of the indoctrination that is going on right now…Again part of Agenda 21. If we don’t get OUT OF THE UN it won’t matter who is in the White House our country will go down in flames.

    • Gigi22

      You’re exactly right Karen, Trump without a doubt is and always been more of a liberal. Trumps comments throughout the years have been for the most part against the republican party and to be honest he had reason at the time to call the republicans out, hey if they’re not doing their job then regardless if you’re a republican it comes down to honesty and integrity and what people want is Not lies and deception just to get votes, it doesn’t do anyone any good/only hurts the country. So many people are putting their names in the hat for the republican party that they will all start bickering about each other which has been happening which I’m suprised b/c they always stick together. I’m not sure about you, but I’ve noticed a significant breakdown in the republican party as far as them standing together. I personally don’t see any chance of the republicans winning in 2012 with what is going on right now. They need to get together and pick one person and run with that person otherwise this back and forth crap is just going to sway voters away from them all.

      • Gigi22

        Maybe I don’t get it or I’m missing something, but I would live to see Ron Paul be our president. His ideas in general are great and I think the man is true to his word unlike what we have been experiencing, I think the guy really wants to do right by his country.

        • Kevin

          If you like Ron Paul, support Gary Johnson.
          Paul will be 77 years old. He is a Congressman.
          Look at the history of Presidential elections.
          We elect governors in their 50s.

    • Kevin

      A 77 year old Congressman could never win a Presidential Election.

  • Bob

    The Donald is as real as his hair!

  • Anonymous

    Chill, people, you’d think from the panic the election was next month.

    Trump is a showman and what I think excites people is that he calls people out on their BS…which virtually nobody, and I mean nobody in the entire Republican political field is doing on a daily basis in a consistent fashion. Oh, there are the occassional pot shots, but the GOP has to get a message across.

    Maybe Trump is running for the wrong job. Given Boehner and his “Can’t we all getalong” inside-the-beltway band of RINO’s…Trump for Speaker of the House!

    • poljunkie

      Dante, In my view- I feel we all get anxious and frustrated because so far a candidate hasn’t stepped up to say they are running ( or even thinking of running) that we absolutely have confidence in, that will have a real shot at winning back the White House!

    • poljunkie

      Dante, In my view- I feel we all get anxious and frustrated because so far a candidate hasn’t stepped up to say they are running ( or even thinking of running) that we absolutely have confidence in, that will have a real shot at winning back the White House!

  • Anonymous

    All we need Trump for is to say the things that the others are afraid of. We need to encourage him to keep on talking and get this PC agenda out of the way. So for this I think Trump is of good use. So far I am not impressed with any of the candidates, because all of them stay right in the boundaries of this never ending PC agenda. All I want is truth, no double talk. I am also sick of these politicians who say exactly what they know people want to hear, and then once they get our vote, they put a knife in our back.

  • Skip

    Levin is too full of himself. So…would Levin and the rest of the conservatives like to see Sarah Palin run and lose to Obama. At this point in time do you believe Romney can defeat Obama. Neither of the above will defeat Obama. I met and talked with Palin at a GOP fundraiser in October 2008. She is much more polished now than when she was McCain’s running mate but she cannot defeat Obama.

    If you want to see Obama for four more years campaign for Palin, Romney or any of the others who are lining up to win the GOP nomination.

    I do not know all there is to know concerning Trump but I would take my chances with a Trump/West ticket rather than turn the country over to Obama, Reid and Pelosi for four more years.

    Perhaps Levin can tell all of you who you should support and you can walk lockstep with him. I like Levin, I have his books and listen to him most evenings. At times he is too much for me. I would vote for him if he ran for president but he would lose.

  • debby

    Real eye opener. I was just getting my hair today and all the young girls loathe Obama and said if the election were today, they would vote for Trump. Uh oh…..

  • Anonymous

    I usually don’t go to lefty-loons websides,but yesterday for the first time i did, not all but eighty percent were agaist Obama.
    And yes if the election were today,they would vote for Trump.

  • Crusader21c

    I thought of something today. I already know that the GOP Elites are behind this Trump nonsense to stop Sarah Palin. They used to back Mitt Romney but have realized this was a losing horse because of Romneycare. However, Trump himself wrote that he supports socialized medicine. Do the GOP Elites WANT socialized medicine? Twice they have backed candidates who support socialized medicie.

  • Crusader21c

    Check Trump’s political donation list. Interesting he donated far more to Democrats and liberal independents than to Republicans. Do not believe me then take a look:

    http://www.newsmeat.com/billionaire_political_donations/Donald_Trump.php

  • Anonymous

    As long as the HAIR keeps up the non-stop attacks on everything obozo, I say let him do it. BUT – no rational person should jump from liking his (very appropriate and accurate) obozo bashing to actually supporting this self-serving, evil, manipulative, arrogant, narcissistic, lying, chameleon for ANY PUBLIC OFFICE.

    • Jackyl

      TeaPartyNation, tell us how your really feel. Ha!Ha!

  • John H

    Let’s vet out the candidates and remember Reagan’s 11th Commandment. Let’s not shoot ourselves in the foot. Trump has not said he would run officially and let’s hear him out. He’s the only one that is standing up to Obama.

  • Themunz

    Let Trump destroy Obama .. does not mean we have to elect him. he has Obama on the ropes right now. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    • Anonymous

      Destroy Obama? Are you kidding? He’s the best thing that ever happened to Obama. Every time he opens his pie-hole, which is abnormally small, have you noticed? – he hands Obama another gift. The WH is in Heaven.

      • Themunz

        Hardly, their numbers are dropping like a stone and all I see is everyone including Obama’s illegal aunt, his sister, Bidens daughter come out to stop the issues. Obama is not sleeping well.

    • Anonymous

      “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”

      The above is a convoluted lie – one of the enemies is not really an enemy or the friend is not really your friend.

      Look at the source of this saying – if the source is not truthful as a strategy/lifestyle, then the saying cannot be trustworthy.

      • Themunz

        I think maybe you missed the point. But that’s okay.

        • Anonymous

          I think I got your point i.e. let Trump do the work if it goes toward your goal. Imho That is very unwise scenario in which to enter.

          I kinda thot that until he boldly stated he would run as an indy. Because of the high numbers of the uninformed, this would be more than likely a Ross Perot rerun. Done been there, and want to stay as far away possible!!

          As far as “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” – how has this tactic/strategy been working for the ME for IDK how many centuries?? Has there ever been a significant period of time when the ME wasn’t fighting someone – mostly each other??

          • Themunz

            I hear ya. But the thing I am very concerned about is this. Trump appears to be the only one who is willing to say anything controversial about Obama. The only one who is not afraid that the media is about to tar and feather them.
            If he can open up the can of worms that Obama does not want opened that is fine with me.

            I do not want to see Trump run as an independent – IMO his doing so would only take votes away from the GOP candidate. (as yet to be determined) – So that would be a very bad thing. But we have to also encourage the GOP to follow what Trump is doing and push them to take the lead instead of playing catch up as well.

            Perhaps if they see that Trump is making headway that they will understand these issues are very important to more people than they realized. It is sad that we have to take a faux conservative like Trump and rally behind him in any way – but perhaps the psychology of making the GOP jealous will wake them up.

  • Slowtraincoming

    Trump’s donations are troubling, as well as his past support of single-payer systems. Hopefully, he’ll do some damage to the left and a real candidate will emerge on the right.

  • Hoppiness

    Yeah, when he said something about running as an indy if he didn’t win the primary made me suspicious of him… Why would anyone do that if they wanted Obeyme out of office? AND why would anyone be stupid enough to announce their plans (based on the polls, fer pete’s sake) unless they expected “plants” to artificially inflate his popularity so he’d have something to point to as an excuse? Something’s really stinky here…

  • Brifry

    Levin did support Romney who makes Trump look like Reagan. It’s all very confusing.

    • badnewzbearz

      Levin supported Romney when there was no one left except McCain, Huckleberry, and Romney. He initially supported Fred Thompson.

  • Chickschtick

    Trump 2012! Republicans need to learn to listen to the people and stop dividing each other.

  • Sam100

    Trump is a PLANT by the dems to go after Obama to HELP FIRE UP the Democrat base , And I would say its working ,the dem supporters sure have woken up and donating big time to their respective candidates.

    President Obama base have been asleep and need some waking up, So putting trump out here to be the bad guy on behalf of the republicans … to go after the prez is BRILLIANT.

  • Bsfurg

    Trump has found out that Obama and soros cant be trusted so he has woke up and seem what has to be done to get them out of america.. can u say the same Levin… yes 57% of the ppl thought Obama was a little tin god now that are finding ut hes a monster working for a monster soros. and its has to be stopped and just maybe trump can do some of it.. can you say the same???

  • Skyghost3

    We all know that Donald Trump is far from perfect but so is Levin. Trump might not be conservative and he is not so liberal either. He is a moderate and it is hard to say which way he leans. Many support Charlie Cirst. He was a popular governor. He did well for Florida. Chirst is a Moderate right leaning person and he will get another shot I am sure. He might even try for Bill Nelson’s seat when it comes up again. Trump will run and he will say all the right things. He will really attack Obama but does he really mean it? Donald is a great businessman and he is good at fixing budgets but as for running a nation, well, Obama is a good example of an inexperienced presidents.

    • Anonymous

      Crist did not do well for Florida. Crist is not a moderate. He is a social leftist; pro-abortion, pro-death, pro-Obama, pro-Obama’s policies, etc. Crist reached out to Obama for support. Crist was not popular on the right in Fla. When he saw he might lose to Rubio, he bolted the Republican party. He abandoned the GOP and the GOP rightly abandoned Crist. I will try to keep an open mind on Trump, albeit his contributions to radical leftists like Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer, etc., are shocking. I don’t see any good reason for these contributions, unless he is a “prostitute,” and will give to anyone in power no matter how deplorable.

  • enufisaenuf

    Donald Trump is nothing but a blow hard. We wouldn’t be hearing from him at all if he didn’t thing the most popular thing going today is to speak out against our huge national debt. Back when the tea party folks were trying to get conservatives elected to fight the loony left Trump was nowhere to be found. He is also a Johnny come lately and we can’t put any trust in him. Trump has said that Carter was the worst president in history, then it was George Bush and now it is Oblunder. This guy is not worth our support and effort. We need to save our support for a legitimate conservative.

  • Anonymous

    Levin makes some valid criticisms of Trump, his contributions to radical leftists, his desire for consensus with Democrats, etc.

    Re: Trump’s interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. I voted for George W. Bush in 2000; sadly. I did not repeat the mistake in 2004. While I’m not sure I agree with Trump that Bush should have been impeached over his war in Iraq, Bush did indeed mislead the public about Iraq – about Saddam’s ties to al Qaeda, etc. – whether he did it by intention or not. Trump is right, Bush was an unmitigated disaster, only exceeded by the current Marxist-Leninist disaster we have in the White House; a dangerous man that Bush and his apologists – Levin, Limbaugh, Hannity and other Bush water-carriers – helped elect. Mark Levin is a George W. Bush apologist plain and simple; an apologist for evil. While I agree Trump’s contributions to leftists will greatly damage him and / or will be his undoing, Levin’s defense of this traitor, George W. Bush, is disheartening but not surprising.

  • scr_north

    Trump has never been a Conservative. I wonder whether he’s doing this in conjunction with the Dems/Soros in order to split off just enough conservative votes to give Obama a second term. I mean, the money’s there for Obama and the was it’s gathered (unverified credit card donation, donations from out of the country, fronts etc etc) that pushing some to Trump wouldn’t be that difficult.
    By the by, if I were Levin I wouldn’t say the Trump’s a good business man. He’s had to declare corporate bankrupcy twice (on subsidiaries, that’s how he lost Trump Casino) and has left a trail of broke partners and investors that have lost hundreds of millions while Trump always seems to make out well.

  • Yeah, Trump is a liberal. Just like Huckabee, Romney, Crist? Graham? Trump might be hitting all the talking points for the conservative wing of the republican party…the birther issue, trade imbalances, thinking about the US first, not using the US military as global hessians, etc… Silly trump. What all of you on the left side of the republican party that are supporting the tan booth republican club, the spit and polish light on true conservative ideas that somehow magically don’t qualify as liberals in your book should ask yourselves is, why aren’t our candidates hitting the same talking points? Where is the balls? This gang of whores is going to save the republic? please…

    I understand the fear of the Perot effect, splitting the party. I’d be worried a lot more about that if their was a true conservative republican party that I identified with. Since what is left of it is so weak I’m willing to gamble and vote for an outsider non belt way aparchnik, because voting for one of those is only marginally better than voting for one of the psychos with a D behind his or her name. That will only slow down American’s downwards slide into 3rd world-dome and destruction, not stop it. Time to think and vote for someone outside the beltway box.

    • Jackyl

      Well said, but that’s really the whole point Levin is making. In fact, that is the point Perot was making 20 years ago.

      The only hope to save America is to wake up the masses and the only way to do that is to fight back at the grass roots level.

      It took the leftists decades to indoctrinate so many US citizens and take over the unions, media, education system, and both political parties. Reversing the tide will take courage and dedication, but it is feasible.

      Conservatives need more community organizing, a stronger welcome message to minorities, to take back elementary through university education (no more allowing liberals to casually push conservative educators out of the system), and to take back the media, unions, and political parties.

      Leftist hippies have been motivated enough to act since the 1960s. Conservatives haven’t been motivated to do a dam thing since that time. Just thank BO’s arrogance for waking us up! Your going to lose your freedom and high quality of life – if that’s not motivation enough for conservatives, nothing is.

      It took the leftists decades to build the infrastructure to be able to create this opportunity to take over our political system. It will take decades for conservaties to reverse the damage they have done.

      We outnumber them 2 to 1. I’ll take those odds. Conservatives are just now beginning to fight back. Up until now, the libs have gotten in free ride. The easy ground has been taken by them. That’s not going to happen anymore!

      I hope you don’t feel its hopless. Its serious, but its not hopeless. The liberal bastards just talk amongst themselves and this fact creates a self inforcing feedback loop. They don’t know yet what conservatives are made of! Like the Japanese, they underestimate us. They think we will be easily conquered.

      Unfortunately for them, they are now going to find out how wrong they are – THE HARD WAY!

      • Anonymous

        Trump criticized Levin’s god Bush. Did you notice Levin made a big production out of Trump’s criticism of his false god. That’s all Levin cares about is his little god; he Limbaugh, Hannity, etc.

        • Anonymous

          WJ, As a Bushist I must ask you to please refrain from making fun of our religion.

          |*__*|

  • Bafoofkit

    Trump is now A birther?

  • It’s a common liberal strategy to run democrats on the Republican ticket in order to undermine Republican unity and political power. Some call such politicians RINOs (Republican In Name Only). I just call them for what they are – democrats.

  • Anonymous

    Man, Mark Levin is kicking a$$.I’m listening to him from now on.

  • Nerih

    Levin has lost any credibility when he continued to support- nay worship- GW Bush-the least conservative, and the worst Republican president in American history. Levin is wrong about Trump as he was wrong about Bush. As long as Trump focuses on fixing the economy, and our trade imbalances he will win. Levin loves GW Bush- can you believe that.

  • Jason Leverette

    There will be a much better GOP ticket than any Trump VP he would buy! Just finding the right mix, i.e. Palin/Bachmann; Bachmann/West; Palin/West and how about a Bachmann/Bolten or Palin/Bolten?

  • Anonymous

    Trump is upsetting those on the extreme right as much as he is those on the extreme left, it appears. Interesting.

    Carry on, Mr. Trump. Let’s see where this goes.

  • Anonymous

    The problem with Trump is he is wrap up in Trump. He doesn’t care about anything else….

  • Mary Hall

    I think he wants Obama to be re-elected too. He backed him, he said he voted for him, he gave alot of money to him, he was pro choice, and he ha sgone so far right that I don’t believe a word he’s saying. Maybe he was offered the V.P. JOB! LOL
    He knows Obama is a CITIZEN as well and there is probably not one investigator on the island of Hawaii.