By The Right Scoop


Mark Levin is furious with milktoast Republicans who can’t even take a stand for the Bill of Rights. He said the vote today wasn’t just some vote on a normal bill, but this was on the Bill of Rights. And he says every single one of the sixteen Republicans who voted to kill the filibuster, who voted to allow an up or down vote on the 2nd amendment must be challenged and defeated.

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  • 57thunderbird

    It should be a requirement to pass a test on the Constitution for all politicians and if they fail it there should be special election to replace them.

    • Stehekin912

      For Governors, too…including the question of whose responsibility it is to call out the National Guard

    • DeborahClemence

      57thunderbird   There should be CONSEQUENCES for politicians who violate their oath of office, just as there are for the military.  They blatantly defy the Constitution and there are no legal consequences.  The oath they take is toothless!!!

      • sarahsupporter

        DeborahClemence 57thunderbird  and collect their pensions and cadillac healthcare to boot.

        • Stehekin912

          Yeah, they are EXEMPT from ThatGuyCare….the Abominable Carrot Act.

        • 57thunderbird

          sarahsupporter DeborahClemence 57thunderbird That is a practice that must cease.They should be forced to live on the same Social Security as the rest of us!

  • LIBERTYUSA

    … the sixteen RINO’s with the rest of the DEMOCRATS should be HANGED AT DAWN . It is time for us PIRATES to RULE the W O R L D .
    Don’t hold your breath that this will happen will just sit back into our lazy boys and watch the Masters , OH WELL such is life . “

    • 57thunderbird

      LIBERTYUSA It seems too many Americans lack a spine!

  • wtd

    Not just challenged, impeached.  Not just the sixteen republicans, but every single one of these elected officials must be held accountable because they each took a solemn oath to ” PRESERVE AND PROTECT THE CONSTITUTION OF THESE UNITED STATES”.  What these treasonous elected officials are attempting to undertake is unconstitutional.

  • 57thunderbird

    A huge grassroots effort is the only hope we have at this point.Mark is correct.

  • sarahsupporter

    Mark has said in the past, and correctly I might add, that these politicians are temporary.  Are we going to let “temporary” politicians change the whole landscape of America?? Are we?  What right do they have?

    • 57thunderbird

      sarahsupporter I’m not.I will never give up the fight!

    • Stehekin912

      They don’t think they are temporary…they think they will live to be 100 years old in the Senate

      • 57thunderbird

        Stehekin912 Well,with certain districts they may serve that long if they live that long.Wasn’t Teddy Kennedy in the senate for 49years?

  • Amjean

    I agree.  We  must send a message.  The only thing that our politicians will hear is defeat at the polls.  The rest of the time they turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to anything we who pay their salaries say.   We call, we write, we email and still they ignore our wishes.

  • joyfulgiver

    The list of traitors!
    Alexander
    Ayotte
    Burr
    Chambliss
    Coburn
    Collins
    Corker
    Flake
    Graham
    Heller
    Hoeven
    Isakson
    Kirk
    McCain
    Toomey
    Wicker

    • poptoy1949

      joyfulgiver Traitors ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • RReaganRepublic

    With Republicans, aka RINOs like these, who needs Obamacrats.. This is what happens when you have anti-American liberal progressives on both sides of the political aisle running the govt- We the People get shafted, as always-  This is why they must all be defeat next year- Starting with Boehner , on down.

    • 57thunderbird

      RReaganRepublic Yup!

  • westernhunter

    It’s third party (Independent) time, starting in 2014 now not in 2016.  Tea Party join with Sarah Palin and make it happen.  The Republican rules will not let conservatives run and win so might as well try on are own.  What can we loose, we tried the Republican way, let’s go are own.

    • DeborahClemence

      westernhunter   Not to mention the fact that the GOP is legally bound by a consent agreement that prevents them from contesting election fraud…. that would not be true of a new conservative party.  The Democrats know that the GOP cannot contest their rampant fraud, so we cannot guarantee the integrity of our elections and it will only get worse.  The GOP went to court to have that agreement lifted and the liberal judge gave a decision… not before 2017 – convenient timing.

  • jleinf

    Agree 100% -Get rid of them

  • luvmy3suns

    Yeah, I kinda figured Mark would be fired up about this.  2014 is our last chance to salvage the country without a full blown revolution and even that may too late with all that is happening now.  Keep your powder dry.

  • Freedomswatch

    Agree 100’% with Levin on this one.  Give them no quarter. There is no forgiveness for this vote.

  • http://www.bejohngalt.com Tea Party Jew

    Folks, I hate to say this but the GOP will lose more Senate seats in 2014, and will lose the House too.
    The GOP is on a death spiral.

    • Wiggy111

      Tea Party Jew They think the base will just show up and vote for whoever.  We need to unleash hell in the primary on these scoundrels and if they make it past the primary challenger then vote 3rd party in the general.  I would definitely do that with someone like Graham in SC.

    • TinaG123

      They will lose badly in 2014, and probably in 2015!! The base will and shouldn’t vote for politicians that are just like Dems. Conservatives HAVE to come together NOW, and get serious about challenging the Senate Rhinos and House Rhinos. Next, the Rhinos will be bending over for amnesty.

      • 57thunderbird

        TinaG123 They already are.Rubio goes all in for immigration reform.

        • TinaG123

          All the pandering on immigration won’t get the GOP votes they think it will. They will see next year.

        • steveangll77

          57thunderbird TinaG123 Rubio never was a real Tea Party person he just miss used the name.  He was always a RINO.  How I knew was all the lies he kept telling, like I never had anyone say X, Y or Z.  Obvious RINO.  Someone will always tell you anything of significance.  When you say no one did you are just pushing Propaganda and thus you are a Progressive RINO.  Your ears only hear one side of the debate.

    • charliesoroka68

      Tea Party Jew That was the ultimate goal of President Obama in the 2012 Election, which put my way is: Permanent Majority Democratic Rule.  He may well of broke the final straw.  We shall find out for sure in 2014 Midterms.

      • http://www.bejohngalt.com Tea Party Jew

        charliesoroka68 Tea Party Jew 
        Well said. He might be a shitty POTUS but he knows how to play the game of politics

        • harglide

          Tea Party Jew charliesoroka68 SO, he knows to play the part as pres………….WHY……….SERIOUSLY, What the he11 are you you wondering???????/
          ,w

        • charliesoroka68

          Tea Party Jew charliesoroka68 Thanks 4 responding, as I’m from IL I have good perspective on IL politics.  I was disappointed in Sen. Kirk’s vote on 2nd Amendment (S 649) and will vote the Good Senator out in 2016 accordingly.

      • steveangll77

        charliesoroka68 Tea Party Jew I would say he was heavily joined in this by the RINOs in the GOP.  They made it very clear they preferred DNC candidates over Conservative GOP candidates.  They still celebrate the Chriss Coons win in Deleware and the Harry Reid win in Nevada making clear these two were preferable to them over their Tea Party GOP nominated rivals.

    • ryanomaniac

      I think you’re wrong. Democrats are crapping in their pants right now because the disaster called obamacare is starting to unravel. People didnt want in the first place. Gun control is gonna be an anchor around their necks also. Trust me.

      • ActionsSpeakLouder

        ryanomaniac I agree.

      • steveangll77

        ryanomaniac Really?
        Seems to me they are celebrating night and day.  After all John has giving them all the funding they ever asked for to implement Obamacare.  They are getting closer and closer to eliminating any remaining obstacles of the GOP.  John has even announced he will from now on join the DNC in passing their bills and could care less what his party wants.

  • Pancake3

    Trying to get anything at all done through the Republican party as it is now constituted is a fool’s errand.  The Republican party is, unfortunately, headed for oblivion, just like the Whigs they have become.  It will take several vote cycles for a Conservative alternative to the Republicans to garner enough votes to win against the Democrat Machine, if ever, or if America exists long enough for Conservatives to win.  We can only hope for the best.

    • steveangll77

      Pancake3 Not so sure about that.  The Tea Party had huge success in 2010.  We just need to make it a reality.  The problem is who is brave enough to lead it.  Ted Cruz perhaps along with Sarah Palin and Mike Lee?
      How Michelle Bauchman was destroyed has really scarred people.

  • kimber1911

    Thats it.. I will never give another dime to a party that has gone to the dogs.. There is no other way.. A third party, The conservative Party or Tea Party or anything better than this pack of RINO’s.. The Republican Party is dead.

  • Wiggy111

    We are better off with a red state democrat in the Senate than a liberal Republican.  At least red state Democrats have a fear of a conservative electorate as we can see from this vote.  RINOs don’t care because they have  an R next to their name.

  • DCGere

    I won’t forget this list & will send money to their opponents. Traitors!

  • KarlRogue

    Wow, Pat Toomey sure has grown!

    pro tip for Pat from PA conservatives–don’t renew your lease in Georgetown.

  • BearNJ

    It’s simple the next election. We support and back true conservatives. If the sell out Rinos win we stay home on election day. Its time to treat the Rino establishment the way Dick Lugar and the rest of the establish treat our candidates.

    • harglide

      BearNJ Define any TRUE conservatives at this point in the race? Seriously, where are they?
      TRUE CONSERVATIVE………..HMMMMM…………………Sounds far from reality these days!!

      • BearNJ

        harglide BearNJ  I agree its hard to find them.

    • Morlock1

      I’m not sure why we’re waiting till the next election – what’s wrong with starting recall referendums now?  None of these guys fear the next election because so many people are just where ‘govmint’ wants them – way too busy at election time trying to make ends meet keeping up with the Jones to remember what they were mad about 14 or 15 months ago.  In Georgia we have to have specific grounds for a recall to be successful but I say heck, it’s the only way to make sure these guys know we’re serious.  It’s hard to argue when witnessing the commitment and stamina necessary to initiate a recall drive and sustain it to the bitter end by a sufficient number of constituents to have been successful but for intrusion of the Bar.  Or are we like the electorate they’re expecting in 2014 – taking the easy way out by unloading here on this forum and then just accepting disappointment when Chambliss and Isakson are re-elected in respective terms?

      • harglide

        Morlock1 SO, WHAT’S WRONG WITH……….I-M-P-E-A-C-H-M-E-N-T???

        • Morlock1

          As far as I’m concerned, harglide, not a damn thing.  I’m all for anything gridlock or anything else that will keep these occupied with anything other than “the people’s business” because we’re the ones that get screwed when they do that.  Bring on the recalls, bring on the impeachment, bring back the marches on D.C. (I’ll get on more turn-around buses if y’all will), start protesting at townhall meetings.  I’m for whatever it takes to put their eye on any other ball than legislation.  And believe me, I’m only mentioning the legal stuff because I don’t want to end up on anyone’s list, but . . .

  • harglide

    MCCAIN NEEDS TO BE OUSTED!!!! VOTE HIS A$$ OUT!!! HE NEEDS TO BE DONE!!

    • white531

      harglide Thanks, harglide.  You came in just when I needed you.  McCain is the perfect example of the type of Politician my above post was based upon.

      • harglide

        white531 harglide I cannot say that I am happy he is  NOT PRES., HOWEVER, WHERE THE heck WOULD we be if he was???
        Seriously, he would cave to  EVERYONE, so where the he11 would that left us???

        • lyrical

          harglide white531   What happened to McCain the POW survivor, the real MAN I thought he was?  He’s been corrupted by being office too long and he has to go.  What a terrible disappointment he has been.

    • steveangll77

      harglide Great idea.  However he just won 6 years by lying that he was now against Amnesty and was very much against any new gun laws.
      The idiots in Arizona bought his lies hook line and sinker giving him a brand new term and 2018 is a long time away and he is a very old man.

      • harglide

        steveangll77 harglide That really hurts! I mean, so, we gotta put up with his crap until 2018????? Sucks for the U.S.! He does not and will not follow the constitution. Can he lose the seat before then? PROBABLY not!

  • white531

    Excellent commentary, as usual from Mark.  Republican Conservatives who have been given the faith of the people and then join with the enemy, don’t deserve the office.  I agree with Mark and all of you here, that we should keep a list of such people and give them the attention they deserve.  I’m not suggesting admonishment, because the crime is too serious.  I am suggesting removal at the earliest possible opportunity.  Until these used-car salesmen turned politicians understand they can’t lie to the people the way they do and still keep their office and all the perks that go with that office, they will continue to do what they have always done.  It is time to stop the practice of lying to get the office.
    Part of it is our fault.  If you hire a gardener to take care of the landscaping around your home, do you just trust him to do what he said, or do you inspect his work and reprimand him when you find he is not doing what he said he would do?  So, we are severe with the poor gardener, whose only responsibility is our garden, but when we elect someone to office, we give him/her free reign to do whatever he or she thinks best.  Often, we don’t even watch to see how they vote on the issues.
    I only say this to make the point that criminals only commit crimes if you let them.  Only If you remove all the safeguards and leave the back door open with a sign that says all your jewelry is on your dresser and you don’t own any guns and there’s no alarm system.  Forgive the silly example, but isn’t that what we have been doing with all our elected officials for the last fifty or sixty years?
    Here’s how most elections have gone in that period of time I just mentioned.  They give us all their bull$hit speeches.  We listen to all the Bull$hit, and we say, “Yeah, I like the way that guy talks!  He gets my vote!”
    Well, maybe he got the vote, but what did we get in return?  Did we get what we thought we voted for?  More often than not, we didn’t.  And you know what?  We’re so used to it, we don’t even raise a whimper, when the guy sells us out, just like this current bunch just did.  I hope you agree that has to change.  We simply can’t in all honesty, keep cursing the people who are supposed to lead us, when we never call them to task when they don’t.  
    Please stop thinking of them as someone better than us, because they aren’t.  To put it in simple terms, they are nothing more than employees we hired to do a job.  The Gardener understands that.  We have to get them to understand it, too.

    • harglide

      white531 Usually though if you hire a flippin lousy, lazy employee, you can FIRE them!!
      LIKE NOBAMA! He is supposed to be: FOR the people, BY the people, OF the people! he is NONE!!…………………NONE!!!

  • volsense

    The “16” are acting like what Blue Dog Democrats did before they became extinct.  Lie like cowardly dogs to their constituents and then stab them in nthe back when it really counts. Blue Dog Democrats became extinct and now the RINOs will join them. Remember the “16”.

  • Willie Heath

    Tell it like it is  my Brother Mark. We elect these bozos as Conservatives, they go to Washington and then betray us!

  • white531

    I know this is not an open thread, but I think a lot of the basics of current politics are sort of interrelated, if you will.  I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m a little tired of getting my Conservative butt kicked by the media and the Liberals.  To put it simply, their message comes across loud and clear, that Conservatives hate everything in America, that is good and decent.  They hate little children, they hate old people, they hate undocumented immigrants, they hate gays, they hate people on welfare, they hate people who hate guns.
    Well, if Conservatives hate so many things, what do they like?  According to the media and the Left, that’s easy.  They like big homes, the bigger the better.  They like boats, the bigger the better.  They like gas-guzzling SUV’s, the bigger the better.  They like guns, the more the better.  More than anything, they like the Freedom to enjoy all those things without government intervention.
    If you are a poor guy walking the streets of Chicago, like Obama was for a short period of his life, it’s not hard to see how the Liberals have painted our existence on the planet.  And that’s what I am getting at, with this rabbit trail.  How they portray us, is accepted by a large majority of Americans.  Americans who vote, by the way.  It is wrong, and you and I both know it.  If we are to change the direction that this country is headed on, we have to change the image of Conservatives in this country.  
    They are good at getting out their message.  We have to get better.  The image that they created of Conservative thought and the principles we believe in, is false.  We have to present the true Conservative image.  In my mind, it is the greatest task before us.

    • ryanomaniac

      The problem White is the media. They control all the outlets the low info voters see. They also demonize Fox News in a way that the LIV’s wont even watch it

      • white531

        ryanomaniac You have it right, ryan.

  • harglide

    The A55 from Arizona needs to leave!!!! HE-NEEDS-TO-GO!!!!!! Why is he good in the U.S. SENATE????

  • harglide

    Look, I am new to this sight and forum, for about a month or so more…………I Make comments based upon my beliefs and true understandings….
    I love Mark, and anyone to get us out of this garbage we are in!…..WHY, are we here? Did the the SO CALLED “Conservatives sell all of us,  true CONSERVATIVES out????

    • harglide

      Thank God for my brother to get me fired up for Mark Levin (about 4 years ago) AND this site ( about 9 mos ago)……….

  • WaiGuoGuizi

    The bill 1.) isn’t unconstitutional, let alone wrong. Republicans can vote against it if they don’t like it, but filibuster it?
    2.) A related bill was drafted by conservative Pat Toomey.
    3.) Democrats, as I’m sure you know, support gun control. Why does Levin support adding 16 more Democrats to the Senate?

    • deTocqueville1

      WaiGuoGuizi Sorry but you appear to have no understanding of the Constitution nor the argument Levin is making. So discussion seems pointless.

    • ryanomaniac

      Maybe you should try living in the USA then start talking about how our government works. It’ll help.

    • Conservator1

      WaiGuoGuizi, how do you know a proposal for new gun bill is constitutional prior to any debate in Congress? You mention Republican Pat Toomey, but failed to mention that his amendment is co-authored by Sen. Joe Manchin who’s a Democrat.
      Both have high rankings with the NRA, but I’ve yet to see anything in writing which contains the full amendment. It’s not a bill as you describe and you appear to support it without the information needed to make an inform decision on its merits.
      This is typical of lefty Democrats who vote for new progressive legislation without reading it – recall Pelosi’s statement on Obamacare – “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV-05TLiiLU.”
      Your ignorance is only surpassed by your arrogance, especially when you end you post writing, “Why does Levin support adding 16 more Democrats to the Senate?” How old are you?

    • harglide

      WaiGuoGuizi I find it amuzing how this shmuck comes on here to interject something to get attention, and then never says anything else! He doesn’t deserve the attention he continues to get. He is a bleeding heart libtard looking to stir things up with stupid, ignorant rants and comments.

    • Political Pugilist

      WaiGuoGuiziTypical Liberal. Yes a filibuster in the Senate– it is a tool that protects the rights of the minority
      against the tyranny of the majority– and has historically been used by both sides. I suppose when Pat Toomey violates the Constitution, that makes it OK. Is that your reasoning? Shame, Levin exposes the chicanery taking place in the senate, and rather than deal with the legality of it, all you can muster is that pea brain response?

    • DeborahClemence

      WaiGuoGuizi   It is UNCONSTITIONAL to amend the 2nd amendment without following the amendment process as outlined in the Constitution.  That is why a few constitutional conservatives were willing to filibuster it to prevent the vote.  Making deals behind closed doors and submitting lengthy complicated bills for a vote before the people and our representatives have had an adequate amount of time to review them should not be tolerated.  We no longer have representative government.  We have a political elites who want to pass laws without reading the legislation before the American people have a chance to react!  This is incredibly irresponsible and will be the destruction of our Constitutional Republic!  Congress has been ignoring our Constitution for years, so don’t be fooled that everything they do is Constitutional, and the SCOTUS has been politicized and cannot be trusted to judge properly either, or Obamacare would have been knocked down.

  • PVG

    LET’S MAKE THESE TRAITORS PAY!!! 
        SENATE-phone, FAX, address  
    http://www.nagc.org/uploadedFiles/Advocacy/Congressional%20Directory%20%28113%29.pdf
    The 16 GOP senators that voted to end debate were:
    Lamar Alexander of Tennessee;
    Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire;
    Richard Burr of North Carolina;
    Saxby Chambliss of Georgia;
    Tom Coburn of Oklahoma;
    Susan Collins of Maine;
    Bob Corker of Tennessee;
    Jeff Flake of Arizona;
    Lindsey Graham of South Carolina;
    John Hoeven of North Dakota;
    Johnny Isakson of Georgia;
    Dean Heller of Nevada;
    Mark Kirk of Illinois;
    John McCain of Arizona;
    Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania;
    Roger Wicker of Mississippi.

    • CarolynDixon

      PVG Just send a fax with this word TRAITOR and then let them know we will do everything we can to make sure they are voted out of office when they are up for re-election.

      • lyrical

        CarolynDixon PVG  Wow, that is good!  Less said, more impact!

  • http://www.navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    Well, I think that regardles of what the RINOs do in Congress, all of them should be replaced with Tea Party candidates. Just think at how much different and how more effective Congress would be if there were more Rand Pauls or Ted Cruzs there. THAT is why we really, REALLY, need to get Allen West back into Congress. He is a real leader and he actually stands for something. I hope he runs. We need him now more than ever.

  • CarolynDixon

    and rubio is no longer a tea party or conservative.  read where he’s all in for immigration bill reform.
      he too is a TRAITOR.

    • lyrical

      CarolynDixon   And I thought so highly of him, but was watching to see what he would do.  I’m NOT ultra conservative either, I’m way more moderate than the right wing repubs.  But Rubio is disappointing me deeply.  Oh well.  Wish we had a fireball like Trey Gowdy or Ted Cruz stepping up as a candidate.
      Have any of you seen Trey Gowdy on youtube?  You ought to search there for his Fast ‘n Furious and Benghazi videos.  WHOA!  Now there’s a guy we need in higher office!!  Like president.

      • DeborahClemence

        lyrical CarolynDixon   If you admire Trey Gowdy and Ted Cruz, you are more conservative than you think!

  • Mominnv

    All these morons need to take the FREE ONLINE Constitution classes from Hillsdale College.

  • ChesterSimms

    It’s Tea Party time, folks.

    • Laurel A

      ChesterSimms Tea Party is starting to be co-opted by Republicans and forgetting who they are and who put them where they are. Take note of how many of those Republicans on that list got Tea Party backing.

      It’s time for a conservative party.

      • steveangll77

        Laurel A ChesterSimms We just need to take the name back.  It is being purposefully destroyed by RINOs and their DNC friends.  But we should not just raise the white flag.  We need to fight back as Levine suggest here.  Tea Party was grass roots and still is we just need to start shaming the RINOs that are destroying the GOP and Tea Party.  They are NOT our friends.

    • lyrical

      ChesterSimms  I disagree that we need a new party.  I think it is good that the tea party folks are using what is already in place to change things.  We don’t have time anymore, it’s now or never or we are going to lose our country.

  • DavidAllanKappeler

    What is great about the 2014 election is that many RINOs and liberal democrat seats are up and we as conservatives can get involved in all of these through online phone banking and dwarf the opposition who will only be concerned with their own re-election.  Besides, would passionless, with no principal moderate RINOs want to help in other states with no personal benefit to themselves?  No – good for our side!

  • carlito77

    Not that anyone cares what some overweight bald big-mouth thinks, but Levin is totally wrong in his argument.  Congress can pass any law and it is up to the Supreme Court to decide whether or not it is Constitutional.  If not, then why is there a federal law requiring background checks by professional gun dealers and a federal law restricting the sale of automatic weapons?

    • DeborahClemence

      carlito77  The Supreme Court is not infallible and has been grossly politicized over the years, reaching beyond the original scope of its authority.  Not only that, Congress was expected to evaluate whether laws were Constitutional BEFORE they were passed.  The process was never designed for them to pass whatever they want and then wait for the SCOTUS to get around to ruling on it, which could take years. 
      Dr. Levin, who you feel free to insult, wrote a book called “Men In Black” about the Supreme Court and has studied law and American history as well as the original intent of the men who wrote the Constitution and the philosophies that inspired them.  He also has the Landmark Legal Foundation which argues cases before the Supreme Court.  His scholarship surpasses most of those who serve in Congress and on the bench, so I think I will trust what he has to say over you… CARLITO77. Sorry.

    • ajroo

      carlito77 Our Congress people take an oath to protect the Constitution, not ignore it and let the Supreme Court figure it out later.  The Supreme Court was meant to be a last resort to stopping unConstitutional law, but it has been manipulated by politics for 100 years.  It is exactly your attitude that has led to America becoming mired in statist failure and the slow erasing of individual liberty.  
      One day you will be a victim of the tyranny of centralized government and then you will wake, but it will probably be too late.
      We are no longer a free country…..that should frighten you…..

      • lyrical

        ajroo carlito77   We are already victims!!!  I submit “Obamacare” as evidence.

    • charliesoroka68

      carlito77 The is a federal law limiting fully auto, and such.  It is called The National Firearms Act Of 1934.  NFA requires a 200.00 transfer tax and licensing through ATF, among other things.

  • ajroo

    Kelly Ayotte and Pat Toomey are weak minded wannabes.  They both obviously want to be part of the “club” and have been willing to screw over the people that got them elected.  Toomey is as good as gone….without conservatives he will never win another term in PA.  As for Ayotte, i suggest you trade her in for someone with their own mind.  She has been a follower since day one and picked the RINO’s to butt kiss.
    Rubio is really a disappointment. I dont even know what to say about him.
     We really are fighting an uphill battle.  I dont know how we survive when the people we sent to hold the line are joining the other team.
    First things first….replace as many as possible.  2014 is going to be a must win year if we have any hope of hanging onto our liberty for a little longer.

  • applepie101

    If Jeb Bush is the republican presidential candidate in 2016, will Mark Levin be telling us to vote for him? What good are threats, if in the end we support the miscreants anyway?

  • charliesoroka68

    The US Senate lacks authority to vote on The Second Amendment.  There is a process to amend the constitution, and this is not it Senators.  Popular votes on Amendments to an Amendment of the US Constitution is not Constitutional.

  • charliesoroka68

    Vote on Guns (ALL Amendments @ 4 PM) Wednesday. Keep the pressure on it is working: http://twitchy.com/2013/04/16/its-time-to-vote-sen-harry-reid-promises-gun-control-vote-tomorrow/
    It went from 68 to ???????????? and a bunch of the 16 Republicans already came out and announced they will vote no on this madness.