Mark Levin explains to Eric Cantor how to respond to Barack Obama

Mark Levin hit Eric Cantor pretty hard today for lecturing Republicans on how they need to communicate better when in reality Levin says Cantor and the Republican Leadership don’t have anything to communicate about because they “don’t stand for a damn thing” and they “use their friends to attack those of us who do.”

Levin goes on to explain to Cantor and others in the Republican Leadership how they should be responding to Barack Obama.


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  • Joe


    • sjmom

      The answer is NO.

      • The Republican Party needs to wither on the vine. Yay! Tea Party.

    • c4pfan

      We are listening and we need to let them know with our pocket books!

      • Our pocket books and our votes!

        • Rhonda Cirillo

          Join the if you have not already. We had better get it together and get rid of these sellouts. We need real leadership again.

      • Rhonda Cirillo

        Join the if you have not already. We had better get it together and get rid of these sellouts. We need real leadership again.

  • Nukeman60

    ‘Levin goes on to explain to Cantor and others in the Republican Leadership how they should be responding to Barack Obama.’ – Scoop

    Before I even listen to the great Mark Levin, I can answer that. It starts with and F and ends with a U.

    • Orangeone

      I thought maybe it started with S and ended with U

      • BlueGood

        oh you mean quoting Ann Coulter with “Screw You” ???

        • Orangeone

          More like STFU 🙂

  • Wigglesworth

    How about saying you care about job opportunities for legal immigrants and poor Americans who will be hurt by granting amnesty to 11 million illegal aliens?

    • Orangeone

      Cantor has come out and said illegal alien anchor babies should be given citizenship. This says 2 things. 1st that he knows they are not under our Constitution, 2nd that he wants to legalize them all.

  • bjohnson55

    This is the slicing and dicing I have been calling for, let the bloodletting continue until we run these RINO’s out of town.

  • MominNV

    Sadly, The Great One’s, explanation will fall on deaf ears. mcconnel, cantor, bone head could give a chit about the American people. Time to kick the rino’s to the curb & have a Tea Party TSUNAMI in washington. We need about 50 Ted Cruz’s.

    • deTocqueville1

      But his purpose is to rally the troops and he is being effective.

    • A big AMEN to that sister!

  • sjmom

    Mark as always was great and when I heard Eric Cantor earlier I thought geesh this IS the Republican party. God help us and save us.

    • We are a lot bigger and better than that and we can’t be intimidated as they continue to try and do. NO more. Stand up and speak out…………

  • I love Levin, the way with words he has.

    Cantor and the others don’t stand on anything- especially the Constitution. We the people are helpless without government according to progressives and dear leader- and the Republicans have not bothered to do anything but be “willing to work” with those same egotistical power hungry jackwagons.

    How long are people going keep believing the Republican party has a conservative alternative or care more about the Constitution?


  • Joe

    Maybe someone is listening to Mark >>

    Good news – Dick Morris got the boot from FOX

    BAD NEWS – Karl DRIVVEL signed a multi-year contract

    • james1051

      Time for cons to wheen themselves from FNC, no?
      Just cut it off and don’t go back. Easy

      • 57thunderbird

        Already have.

      • NPC

        FNC’s good days are over. we’re left out in the cold, and we’re on our own. It’s sad to see that we’re now totally confronted with lowinfo voters, and lowinfo media.

  • sDee

    The elephants know this. How could they not?

    They’ve been told to throw the fight.

    Public Defender – The Prize Fighter

    • Stehekin912

      They have been told to throw the fight…so we must keep our eye on the prize and not be deterred.

  • clockwindingdown

    Mark, I love you. However you do realize that Obama is not some great speaker or has a great intellect. Therefore we must presume that it is not “O’s” speaking inability that sways people. Further more if the GOP is not doing a good job countering “O’s” remarks and agenda then we are left with only one conclusion, that is that the GOP leadership agrees with the direction “O” is taking the country.

    Logic dictates that after all the times and this administration has played the same game over an over someone on the other team would get a clue. Since the GOP appears to want to play helpless it is obvious they are tanking the game.

    Shoeless Joe was banned for life but it could not be proved he contributed to throwing games at the world series. Yet here we have the worst actors in the world playing the same roles to the same game repeatedly without improving their acting one bit and they are being rewarded!

    Why did the Roman empire fail? For the same reasons the American Empire is failing, because the politicians put themselves first and nobody second! The stage is set, the curtain is going up, the audience is hushed in their seats, then the actors take the stage, stumble around for four years while the house burns down around them. At the after show party the actors all pat each other on the back taking credit and saying, “We really brought the house down didn’t we!”

    • NPC

      It’s interesting that the quotation of ‘history will repeat itself’ has never meant more, than our current times. The falling of the American Empire falls in direct script of the falling of the Roman Empire. Our congress is acting and behaving as did the Roman Empire. We may stand and fight and prolong for a while the inevitable, but the country as we know it, and love it is doomed, and will never be the same again.
      We would have a chance, but our people have changed,from top to bottom, we’ve been bought off, or sold out, take your pick.

  • TexasPGRRider

    The vote on the Senate amendment sending arms to an unstable Egypt should be evidence enough to reveal the problems in DC. To be PC in DC is quite the norm. It will take a Major confrontation against the Tyranny rampant today in the Federal level of government to get the attention of lawmakers. Maybe a pilgrimage to the Capitol could be scheduled while B.O. visits the Holy Land….

    • 57thunderbird

      It’s a good idea,but trying to get a large crowd to show up in DC is like pulling teeth.I was there for the first 912 rally and there must have been nearly half a million people there and the MSM claimed that only about 100,00 attended.We need at least a million to leave an impression.Many people rant about how angry they are,but when asked to put their words into action they are shrinking violets.Thank God for people like Mr. Levin.He is a strong voice for our side.

      • NPC

        Do you think that a ‘Million Man March’ could still have a draw?

      • ryanomaniac

        Thank you for saying that 57. You couldn’t be more right. All I hear is people bitching all the time. A physical presence is what makes a real difference. That’s why I’ve been trying to get people to do something meaningful. Chic fil a is a great example. Boots were on the ground and it made a huge difference. It let the country know we’re still here.

        I’m doing something though but it seems I’m all alone. But I will keep fighting with others if possible and alone if necessary.

        • The problem being that the ones who have the most to say are not in a position to do so. It’s hard enough scraping up gas money to go to work, much less drive halfway up the country. Do you think maybe ACORN will lend us some busses?

    • Hey Texas, did you see this? Seems like dear leader is working again with his muslim buddies to allow them to draft little ones into the military. Nothing says Innocence like watching a 6 year old palestinian kid with an AK and table cloth wrapped around his head.

      • TexasPGRRider

        ONE STINKIN` MONTH before the election and this wasn`t picked up by the Romney camp and put to the American voters??? Dare I say TREASONOUS RAPE OF INNOCENCE !!!! No ABiC, I haven`t seen this. Thank you….

        • There seems to be quite a bit that wasn’t picked up by the Romney camp and put to the American voters. I guess it wasn’t important to the GOP handlers. :-/
          Amazing. Pitiful.

  • 57thunderbird

    I hope Cantor was listening.Thank you Mark for all you do for freedom loving people throughout this nation.

    • NPC

      I know ‘The Great One and Hannity are pretty good friends, but I would much more prefer the Great One take Hannity’s day time slot.

      • I’d love to see Levin take over Hannity’s day time slot, keep his own slot and take over Hannity’s tv slot. 🙂
        Sorry- I really like Levin, and I gave up on Hannity last year.

        • NPC

          Yeah actually I’m on the same track as you are. I gave up on Sean a couple of years ago, too much sounding like a broken tape recorder, and of course ‘never ever been wrong about anything’. Actually I am very surprised as to why, and as to how long he has been able to stay on the air. Man does he know how to pizz off people that call in to his program.
          As far as The Great One being on in his time slot that would be all I would need. I could let go of O’Reilly too. I think a lot more people would get exposure to The Great One, and they would learn a helluva lot more than the same old soap opera.

          • cabensg

            Hate to disagree with two of my favorites but just because we are no longer enamored with Hannity doesn’t mean we shouldn’t support him. Since before Obama was elected the first time Hannity was doing the job no one else was doing with fervor. We need every voice we can muster in this fight and Hannity on Fox is surely one of them. He’s better than O’Reilly and he is conservative. I hope he continues to fight for the ideals we hold dear no matter how boring it seems to us now. He was actually on Obama’s case before Levin. Even if we don’t watch him I hope others who aren’t as well informed will.

  • aposematic

    How long will Small Gov. Conservatives, TPers, and Libertarians continue to hang their hats in this Left of center RINO Party? How long…2, 4, 5, 10, 20 more years… News flash: Unless we can replace at least half of the R’s now holding office with true Conservatives in 2 will what remains in 4 still be worth saving… Worse, in 4 will there even be enough Small Gov. people still around to even continue to try… how long?

  • c4pfan

    I love Mark Levin! I wish he was speaking at CPAC!

  • StrangernFiction

    It’s not a matter of how Eric Cantor and the GOP are going to respond to Soetero, it’s how are conservatives going to respond to the GOP.

    • 57thunderbird

      Kick them to the curb.

  • 57thunderbird

    Did anybody listen to Rush today?I didn’t get a chance.Too busy at work to listen.Did he soft pedal about Rove?Did he even address the issue?

    • misterlogic0013

      no / yes he did .. did it disappoint you ? troll troll

      • 57thunderbird

        Difficult to be disappointed in something you haven’t heard.Who are you calling a troll?Moron.

    • c4pfan

      Yes, he did. Just like I predicted he would.

      • 57thunderbird

        Sorry to hear that.Bye bye Rush.

    • I missed it too. Only caught about 15 minutes on my way to co op class.

  • james1051

    Why do conservatives care what the Next In Line GOP Coward thinks?

  • misterlogic0013

    he had me in stitches laughing .. I was tearing .. not complicated at all ..

    • 57thunderbird

      One has to have a brain before they can have logic.That leaves you out.

      • misterlogic0013

        whoa .. did I upset you ?? bye bye .. go away now ..

        • 57thunderbird

          Not upset.You are comic relief.Stupidity always makes me laugh troll.

          • Don’t feed it 57thunderbird. They go away if you don’t feed them. 🙂

            • misterlogic0013

              You say your a conservative who loves Jesus ?? We don’t personal attack .. we say what we mean, mean what we say .. enough said .. good luck with that ..

              • I didn’t start anything here, just observing. I don’t know what you meant by the troll troll comment, nor your reply to 57thunderbird, but it seemed like you were the one trolling. If not, I apologize.

  • daeghrefn

    This is why Mitt Romney didn’t want to go on Levin’s show.

    • c4pfan

      Yeah, I would love to see Levin vs Rove!

      • OLLPOH

        would still like to see Mr. Levin debate Obama! We’d give out free tickets and free popcorn, how some ever you’d have to get your drink approval from doomberg…

  • Sorry to see Rep Cantor get on the hispander bandwagon, particularly when 23 million citizens can’t find a full-time job.

    I watched the whole House immigration hearing today, and there were only a couple mentions of American workers and how a mega amnesty would harm them.

    If the Republicans go for amnesty, millions of white working class people will likely stay home in 2014. Repubs should pay more attention to their base than to demanding foreigners.

  • deTocqueville1

    Another great night for the Great One!

  • shield1

    If you keep meeting the leftists half way… after some time passes you eventually become a leftist because the leftists keep moving the line. This is what I”m seeing… and I think it really is that simple.

    • NPC

      Dead man walking. I think the entertainment industry is trying to brainwash us with their sudden outpouring of their Zombie crap. The right stuff for the right times?

  • God I love Levin.

  • StandProudNow

    Amen, Mr Levin!!

  • chatterbox365

    duplicate post

  • “Are you so incompetent and buffoonish?” God dammit, Yes they are! Over and Over and Over… Give it up already!

    It’s about time Mark and Rush cut the cord and LEAVE the GOP! Stop wasting time on the hopelessly corrupt.

  • colliemum

    Dear Mark Levin – they are so feeble, inept and stupid because they are in it, with the dems, for themselves.
    The people don’t matter to them any longer, once they’ve voted.

    D.C., and any administration, is a huge machine of wealth transfer – from everybody in the country to the federal government and all who are employed therein.

    It’s the same the world over: the ‘governing classes’ are now indeed a class in themselves, who demand more tributes from people than any medieval robber baron.

    A pity they didn’t study history a bit.
    It was the salt tax, the ‘gabelle’, which finally kicked off the French Revolution. It can happen a second time …


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  • Levin’s language, by contrast to the republicans’ reveals how insipid and gutless they are.

    Dear Leader is a subversive socialist undermining our freedoms, and he’s joined by his damnable progressive party. The repubs are no less unpatriotic – as they refuse to stand up and defend the Constitution.

  • Liberal-Nightmare..!

    Liberal/progressives are a ‘fungus’ on the fabric of American society.

  • SammysDad

    Mark : Absolutely right!! The GOP is scrambling to keep their power and career positions only. They don’t care. They are letting BO do whatever he wants as long as they aren’t involved.


  • Donpvb

    The challenge we face is to how to make our ideals become reality while realizing there are people on the other side who feel as strongly about their ideals as we do. I agree that our leaders should start delivering a stronger message that tells it like it is – maybe the speaker could use Mark’s notes – but like it or not we are going to have to give to get – that’s the way things worked in the past before extreme elements on both sides started shouting and stopped listening. It’s too bad that Romney was afraid to tell everyone that being successful was something to be proud of and that the American way as we used to know it allowed everyone to seek success – he should have delivered the message that “I’m rich, proud of it and I din’t have to cheat, lie or steal to accomplish what I have”. Let’s focus on calling out Obama every time he delivers a “straw man” message an begin seeking out those on the other side who recognize that a bipartisan effort is the way to solve our problems – and it shouldn’t be too difficult to find six to eight Senate Democrats to agree to get the ball rolling – but we’ll have to consider working with them on things they hold dear.

    • That all sounds great, but thats what they have been doing and look where its gotten us! WHY? Because the DemocRATS can NOT be trusted! They lie, cheat and steal to get whatever they want. And the RINOs just can’t believe they were hoodwinked again! We need to handle it more like the DEMS do! Don’t be so gullible! If we give them amnesty, with the promise of tighter boarders, we will be suckered in again! Hit them where it hurts- the pocketbook!

      • Donpvb

        Here’s the reality – the Democrats control the Senate and the Presidency. We don’t have a chance of making an impact unless we are able to work across the aisle in the Senate. If all we do is dwell on the other side’s negatives we’ll go nowhere – and there are enough examples of incompetence and self dealing on both sides to fuel an on gong debate about who is the problem – we have a host of problems facing us and nothing can be gained by name calling.

  • Andy74

    “It is time for a new day. It’s time for competent, young, knowledgeable, intelligent conservatives, who can address this agenda head-on without worrying about ‘oh, we gotta help … we gotta help…’ Save the country. That would help a lot, Eric. And you fellow Republicans. Save the country.”

    Well said as always, Mark.

    Cantor, Boehner, Rove, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, etc. are the very things HINDERING the Republican Party from saving the country at this crucial moment.

    The problem with the Republican Party is that it has in reality long been a system that favors “seniority” – like a unionized shop. This is NOT the way to run a successful and competitive organization. You promote and advance people based upon merit and performance – whether they have been with you for a month or a decade, and you dismiss or remove people from positions of authority based upon the same criteria – whether they have been with you for a month or a decade.

    We need lots of good, ordinary civic-minded citizens who are NOT interested in a career as politicians to step up and enter politics right now for a season in order to help turn this thing around. And these folks should not have to “pay their dues” for a decade before being given support by the party — that is what got us here in the first place.


  • Mark Levin is our only hope now, besides the Lord himself! I wish Levin had run for Speaker of the House! And now Carl Rove is signed up for several more years?

  • Who died and made Carl Rove a spokesman for the GOP? Freakin RINO’s! All Conservatives should boycott the main stream networks, and their sponsors, to make our voices heard. It might take a while, but they would “get it” eventually. We have GOT to vote out ALL RINO’s asap! Call the Congressional Switchboard and leave messages for your reps. Its quick and easy. They need to hear from us! 202-224-3121. Ask for your Senators office, and leave a voicemail about whatever issue you want. It does HELP!

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  • 12grace

    Gotta love, Levin.

  • tullmargaret

    the governme nt is a bunch of crooks
    impeach obozoe now!!!!!!!!

  • It’s about time. They need to learn HOW to convey OUR message. They do not have one. Time to grow some…. and be on offense and forget all of this polite defensive behavior. America has had enough!

  • Sober_Thinking

    Pretty simple huh? Oh wait, we’re talking to RINOs… the ones who were from the shallow end of the gene pool from Democrats.

    Eric Cantor is not a good guy from I can tell.

  • “Today crisis drives policy. It has become too politically convenient to simply allow a crisis to develop and get worse and then react to the crisis…But make no mistake about it, there is a price to be paid. And the price to be paid is that you lose the trust of the American people…My greatest concern today is that we are putting our national security at risk by lurching from budget crisis to budget crisis to budget crisis.” — Defence Secretary Leon Panetta on Wednesday, in a talk at Georgetown University that he described as “one of my last speeches as secretary of defence.” Obama is at the same old stand, but its left leaning drift is becoming more pronounced and noticeable by us common folk. There is a saying about Irish diplomacy, “it is the art of telling a someone to go to Hell and have him look forward to the trip.” Obama did pretty well in that respect during his first term. However, people are beginning to notice the heated fiscal situation, ordinary people are paying more taxes, rich people are not complaining about paying more federal taxes, and the road seems to be getting bumpier. I think the bloom is off the rose. The same old speeches aren’t working anymore. I don’t think we are going to see a newly invented Obama. I think he is a one term President in his second term. DOES THIS RING THE BELL TO UK In January, a unanimous Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit held that the president violated the Constitution by making “recess appointments” when the Senate was not, in fact, in recess. If you think this is just another one of those dry, lawyerly technicalities, think again. One of the Constitution’s essential checks and balances is the requirement of Senate “advice and consent” for presidential appointments. The Recess Appointments Clause of Article II provides a narrow exception to that requirement: the president can fill executive branch vacancies that occur between Congress’s official sessions. Last year, President Obama became the first president to make “recess appointments” while the Senate was still in session when he appointed three members of the National Labor Relations Board. I thank you Firozali A.Mulla DBA

  • Rhonda Cirillo

    I think they don’t listen so we need to get their attention with letters and then votes. Out of office. I am tired of all these so calle republicans selling us out. We need to get them all out and real leadership in. Wussies.

  • Euclid

    I think all will listen, including the socialist leftists, who call themselves Americans when they are hungry, taxed into poverty, and on Hussein’s hit list from his unconstitutional privacy drones that don’t kill terrorists but anyone who does not agree with the all knowing and all powerful tyrant.

  • Fred

    Who is John Galt?