Mark Levin: Get the hell off the stage Boehner, you’re a SCREW UP!

Mark Levin is fed up with the excuses he hears about Boehner and coming from Boehner, saying “nobody said it was going to be easy dealing with Barack Obama.” Levin says that if Boehner’s not up to the challenge of dealing with Obama, then he needs to get off the stage.


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  • LiveFreeOrDie2012

    Why is Mark not holding Paul Ryan accountable for supporting “Plan B”?

    • palintologist

      I wondered about that too. Seems Mark has a blind spot about those he has supported in the past. He’s a big fan of Virginia’s ex-gov and senator George Allen, whom TEA Partiers know is a disaster. He also has stars in his eyes over Marco “Amnesty 2.0” Rubio. No thanks.

      • GetWhatYouPayFor

        Rubio? I don’t vote for folks I wouldn’t buy a car from. He doesn’t provide keys, just a screw driver and some wires with alligator clips.

        • PatrickHenrysBody


      • deTocqueville1

        Mark is a very loyal guy almost to a fault but he is gradually seeing the true colors of these folks.

        • PatrickHenrysBody

          Of which the color of choice would be red, if you catch my drift.

      • capelady

        Oddly I never hear Mark Levin question Marco Rubio’s eligibility to be president based on the definition of “natural born citizen”. I doubt his parents were citizens when he was born. Perhaps Obama has set a precedent and that won’t matter anymore!

      • PatrickHenrysBody

        There comes a time when you are forced to tell even your closest relatives and friends that they are full of sh*t. In this instance, Mr. Levin needs to find his grapefruits and lay it down on Ryan, Rubio, and those like them.

    • That REALLY disappointed me too…

    • deTocqueville1

      He did last night. He is very disappointed in Ryan and I think his eyes are finally opened in this regard.

      • tshtsh

        Poor, Ryan drank too much of the Romney Kool-aid (the same people who sold Sarah Palin out) they just use conservatives as props.

    • objective123

      The leader is Boehner. You attack the head fool who supported this mess. Sheep follow the leader. Ryan is a sheep following his leader Boehner probably b/c he threatened him if he did not coattail his lead.

      • PatrickHenrysBody

        Sheep or opportunist? Or both? Ryan disgusts me.

    • Patriot077

      Last night Mark said he was very disappointed in Paul Ryan’s support of Boehner’s plan. What else should he do?

  • Thank you Mark. That was excellent. The system is broken. Both parties elites have broken it to hold on to their own power, and they don’t care what the few independent thinking freshmen think. Government is run now on seniority, and the newbies are at the bottom of the food chain. Those who toe the line, will climb up, those who dare to question the status quo will be either redistricted or shunned and marginalized the next election cycle.
    Our Founders never intended government to be like this.
    Mark- I hope you seriously start thinking of looking to a third party now. The 2 we have are both the same.

    • goldenprez

      AmborninCan … Timing is everything.

      I believe that Mr. Levin is already seriously thinking about the inadequacies of both sides of the Government Party. I do not expect him to start stumping for an alternative in the immediate future. We have not even started the first year of the next two year election cycle.

      Who are the new candidates for the seats of the Republicans who are up for reelection in 2014? We have not yet been presented with one name as yet. Who are the new candidates for the Senate seats up for election in 2014? No one has yet declared, or been vetted. There is still 2 weeks until those elected in 2012 take office.

      We all know what is wrong. “The system is broken.” We all know how to fix it. We cannot fix it today, tomorrow, or even next year. Expecting Levin to start calling for a “third” Party at this time, with no Party or candidates even remotely in sight, is unrealistic. I reserve my opinion of where Mr. Levin will stand until the chips are on the table and he makes his bet.

      The Republican Party is a dead issue. They are done for the next 2 election cycles, at the very least. Their credibility has evaporated beyond repair. Where do the existing truly conservative Republican members go? So far, there is no indication that they have anywhere else to go. So far.

      That, of course, is subject to change. As I pointed out previously, it is going to take at least one year for an alternative entity to begin to flex its “muscle.” Without that “muscle,” do not expect any Republican, no matter how conservative, to desert the existing establishment.

      Timing. Or, as Ross Perot so aptly put it, “The devil is in the details.”

      Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

      Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

      Illegitimi non carborundum.

      Barracudas Maximus.

      • The time will come. That’s why we’re starting now.

      • toongoon

        We are working on starting a new party. We are grass roots but we are motivated and willing to to do what we need to to git r done. Hopefully there are more groups doing the same thing we are and we can all come together and present true conservative candidates who can soar to the top quickly. The thing is, working toward a solution is much better than whining about the situation we are in.
        If you have some ideas on how to work on getting the problems solved or if you’d like to have some common sense discussion with like-minded conservatives please come and work with us.
        Hope to see you there.

        • goldenprez

          toongoon … “Politics ain’t beanbag!”

          The battle for control of the United States government, between the “establishment” and its Ministry of Propaganda, and We The People is, and is going to be, monumental. This is going to be the equivalent of the Civil War, hopefully without the dead and wounded.

          As we speak, the “establishment” is monolithic. Just get a list of all the Republican and Democrat Party apparachiks within your own state. You will be astonished to find out that there are thousands of officials. They are not going to “go quietly into that good night.”

          Altruistic as your motives are, you are going to need tons of help from politically savvy individuals. You are going to need defectors from the “establishment,” and, yes, you are going to need political “professionals.”

          Not political “mercenaries,” but “professionals,” who have experience within the laws governing political Parties, who understand the machinery and how it works. In other words, you are going to need a machine to beat the “establishment machine.”

          As to suggestions, I am not a political “professional.” I have experience working in, and for, campaigns over the past 50 years, but that is not enough to be of real help.

          I could probably write a book on this, but there is not enough room in this limited space, nor do I have the time. I would suggest that your organization contact some people who can actually help you to accomplish your goals. People like Mark Levin will be of no help at this stage, and they will not respond to you.

          You need to contact people like the Ryan twins. They will respond to you, and they will get you moving in the right directions. Above all, you are going to have to eliminate the political naivete from your movement immediately. “Even a journey of a thousand miles begins with a few steps.” However, those steps have to be forward.

          What the grassroots TEA Party groups and patriot organizations have learned in the past 4 years could fill a set of encyclopedias. No matter how splintered they appear to be on the surface, they have managed to get their candidates elected (muscle), and have become more politically astute with each passing election cycle. They have also become much more politically “professional” in the process.

          At this point in your evolution I can only offer you advice. The advice I offer is grounded in reality, and will take you forward. I will be greatly interested in knowing what you learn from the Ryan twins.

          Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

          Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

          Illegitimi non carborundum.

          Barracudas Maximus.

        • goldenprez

          toongoon … My excellent advice began with a mistake.

          Ned Ryun spells his name with a “U,” not an “A.”

          His organization is called American Majority Action.

          Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

          Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

          Illegitimi non carborundum.

          Barracudas Maximus.

  • lol my favorite part of this is at 3:00

  • GetWhatYouPayFor

    Uh Oh…….Are there any more conservatives Boehner can fire from Committee posts? If not, he may cry. Wonder what it felt like trying to get these folks to vote for his tax hike.

    • Orangeone

      Funny and Cantor came out earlier today (pun intended) saying they had the votes.

  • Orangeone

    “So what rises to the top?” Mr. Levin, the answer is pond scum


    … it is time for the a THIRD WAVE PARTY to start ! To be lead by Levin , RUSH L. , Glenn Beck and all the LIBERTY loving commentators the one’s that can STAND UP and pontificate the current state of affairs with the proper action to be taken to save the U.S.A. from DEAR LEADER PART II.”

    • Orangeone

      I think your post should be raised with a few links (AmericanBorninCanada can you please assist?)

    • aposematic

      Liberty Party does have a good ring to it.

  • Haywoodjbl

    Boehner should fire himself while he is at it….

    • GetWhatYouPayFor

      Amen to that idea!

    • aposematic

      That would require leadership…

  • M_J_S

    “taxes for anyone who pays taxes will go up…” that’s right, so we citizens should stop paying them.

    What the hell is the problem with Conservatives in the House?! Just. Say. No.

    No to Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy, Ryan, Rubio, etc, etc, etc….

  • brendawatkins

    No, you haven’t been harsh enough, Mr. Levin. What you’re saying tho, is what MANY of us would LOVE to say to Boehner. I’d like to be rid of him almost as much as I’d like to be rid of Obama. I wanna give him a good reason to cry!

  • white531

    Mark has it right. Boehner is no better than a Democrat. He would give away this country to keep his job. He is the poster child for what is wrong with the Republican party.


    All I can say is, thank the Lord for Mark Levin. ♥♥

  • repubboy

    Hey goldenprez.. Your correct the Republicans are dead ducks.. So where can I sign up for the new Conservative party ? Rhino need not apply !!

  • Sober_Thinking

    Agreed! FIRE Boehner. He is incompetent and lacks a spine. LOSER!

    Mark is spot on as usual.

    • PatrickHenrysBody

      Go Boehner! And take Collins, Snowe, McCain, Graham, and Brown with you!

      • Sober_Thinking


        That list is short but sweet.

  • white531

    Here is the conversation we really should be having. What happens, when we go off the so-called, fiscal cliff? Is everyone up to speed on that? Do you know what it really means?

    I’m pretty sure Scoopers know. But the average American hasn’t the slightest clue. Even on such an important issue, they would rather watch television. That, in a nutshell, is what is wrong with America.

    Here is one explanation:

    The bottom line of all this, is so simple a third grader could understand it. Any person who owns a small business, can understand it. Any single mother raising two children, on a limited budget, can understand it. The only people who don’t seem to understand it, is Politicians. YOU CAN’T SPEND MORE MONEY THAN YOU TAKE IN.

    Here is what I get from this little exercise.
    The single mother and the third graders should be running this country. Because they know a hell of a lot more about money management, than those we trust our future to.

  • PVG

    Right on, right on, right on!!!!

  • “So what rises to the top? A Boehner.”

    I want the Boehner to go away. I’ve had to look at it for too long.

  • c4pfan

    Right on, right on, right on!

  • PatrickHenrysBody

    Boehner should have received the hook a while back.

  • mcl2177

    I don’t understand the talk radio strategy. The strategy now is walk right into Obamas trap. He wants to go over and blame us which is about to happen. Conservatives always try to hit a grandslam. We lost we’re not going to get what we want, but now we’re going to get blamed for what the president really wanted to do in the first place. Just remember everyone screaming about taxes also thought Obama would lose in a landslide.

    • ryanomaniac

      There is no strategy. If Republicans cave and the economy tanks they will be blamed as the ones who did all this mess. Ask the press. But if Republicans don’t cave they have the right to take ownership of the fact that they opposed everything that Obama did here which tanked the economy. It will be all on his head. Republicans should vote present and they can wash their hands while Obama has stains all over his shirt. He will have nowhere to hide…even with the press.

  • Rocco11

    In a perfect world, Michelle Bachmann would be Speaker, but as we all know, this world is far from perfect…

  • stevenbiot

    Mark is our conservative Santa Claus.

  • 4dees

    You go, Mark Levin!!! I don’t think you’ve been too harsh on Boehner or McConnell. To them, it’s all about holding on to their power, not what is best or good for America. I hope that Boehner is defeated in Jan. for Speaker of the House. We need someone who isn’t afraid of his own shadow and someone whose greed drives him.

  • SHUT UP, MarK! Don’t you realize that Boehner has been bluffing – and mocking Obama along the way.

  • bobemakk

    I called Boehners office in DC and told him he must not cave in and must only agree to anything that is satisfactory to both parties and especially his constituents. He’d better not cave in.

  • DizzyMissL

    LOL, I love this guy.

  • kittyhumphrey

    Mark Levin should get off the stage! He, Hannity and Limbaugh want to run the show and think they are the only ones that have all the answers – well – they don’t! How would you like to deal with a fool/liar like Obama.

  • al1949

    Boehner has proven himself inadequate for the job. He is more of a RHINO than I originally thought. He is a nutless wonder and could be replaced by a 6th grader with an attitude. Be gone Boehner.