Mark Levin: The Tea Party is strong and the Reagan Democrats are back!

Mark Levin says that after last night’s elections in Wisconsin and West Virginia, it’s clear that the Reagan Democrats are back. Which is why, Levin says, that Obama chose today to come out and endorse gay marriage:

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    …RIGHT ON, GREAT ONE, RIGHT ON ,once again you SIR have hit the NAIL on the HEAD and HIT a GRAND SLAM HOME RUN with your analysis of MAO OBAMA and his MARXIST VIEWS .”

    • destroyer_of_moonbats

      0bummer is a total and complete epic FAIL.

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Let’s all hope that reasonable Reagan Democrats — those wild and crazy Blue Dogs — are back on the political scene. It’ll certainly bode well for this November if they are.

    • M_J_S

      YES that is true, but the biggest problem we are facing is TURN OUT. We all know what is going on Scoop, but too many are either apathetic with the whole situation or are disenfranchised because Romney and his team are not rallying the base and independents, they are repelling them.

      I’m just being real here. Obama can will by default.

      • hbnolikeee

        i think you’re wrong here. picture it more like a huge fire got rained on but is too heated to get put out and starts right back up. like him love him whatever, but if it is Mitt (and it surely seems to be) we have a bigger burning need to fix this MISTAKE

        • M_J_S

          I agree with the analogy, but the numbers do not add up for Romney. I think we’re better positioned to take the Senate and gain in the House. Unless Romney starts at least TALKING Conservative, re-framing issues, going on the offensive, he’s going to lose-narrowly.

      • wodiej

        I think conservatives are very motivated for November and Democrats much less so.

  • Trust1TG

    Levin – “There is strength in the Republican ranks when they are turning out to support a conservative governor…”

    Romney doesn’t and won’t get that kind of support. Romney doesn’t get even the lukewarm support that McCain got. McCain’s numbers were shored up by Palin.

    There is no one Romney could get as a running mate that would salvage his candidacy and character.

    • NYGino


      • PVG


    • I agree. I just gave a caller from the RNC wanting a donation for the party, a piece of my mind. I said no, not when you’re pushing a liberal Republican.

      • wodiej

        if they call me they will get the same response.

      • tvlgds

        I told them 6 yrs ago to stop calling me. They are calling on a daily basis now and I’m ignoring them. If I pick up they won’t like what I have to say! I won’t give them a nickel until they get a candidate I can believe in–oh, say Allen West!!

    • there is one.

    • sjmom

      Well said.

    • BS61

      I don’t want Romney as the Prez, until I remind myself that we have a despot in the WH.

      If O is reelected, we are going down – so for now it’s a RINO, but we must keep working to rid ourselves of the Lugar’s and McCain’s!

  • NYGino

    Boy what a day. Between Rush and Levin, doesn’t get more encouraging than this.

  • We can win a few battles, like Murdock over Lugar, but if the Reagan Dems and conservatism was BACK, why would we have nominated liberal statist Rommey? lol Big government is here to stay for quite some time, sadly.

    I wouldn’t be thumping our chest over stuff like this when the big picture is still awful, with no end in sight to the debt and no end in sight to massive statist government.

    • marketcomp

      We win them where we can, one election at a time! Keep the faith, Dan C!

      • Thanks. I’m trying to keep it. I really am.

        • wodiej

          Well quit posting the doom and gloom then and go read some inspirational quotes, bible verses etc. 2010 was great for constitutional conservatives and Mourdock is the sign of a repeat for 2012. We need to stay encouraged and hopeful. There is no option for anything else!

    • Amy

      I honestly consider the legislative branch even more important this election cycle than the executive. Our elected leaders have entrenched themselves in benefits and a ruling elitism that HAS to be defeated – and I’m talking both (R) & (D). They have completely forgotten what that oath they took really is about. The POTUS and DOJ have committed several acts that should have had them brought up on impeachment charges, yet our legislative branch doesn’t care. Why? Because it might mean they lose their cushy job in the next election.

      Each true conservative we can elect to congress means we’re a step closer to taking back our country.

    • wodiej

      This demise has been going on a long time and we will not turn it around in a few election cycles. People are going to have to work hard and be patient. At least we are gaining some ground and not losing more. If everyone thinks like you, the US will be screwed. Get your head out of the basement and up in the skies.

      • FutureOnePercent

        I agree wodiej, this is not something that can be turned around so easily.

        It’s like using the Theory of Constraints model in business… You find your weakest point, like Lugar, and fix it.

        Then you look at yourself as a whole, and find your next weakest point, and you fix that… (Can McCain be next, pretty please?)

        Do that a few times, and the RINOs will see themselves being picked off one by one. Some might change course and get in line, others will need to be removed.

        Either way, it’s an ongoing process and we should just do what we can each go around.

        “You’re only as strong as your weakest link”

    • BS61

      The progressives were patient and took a very long time to do us in – we need to work hard for the rest of our lives! So, let’s buck up okay?! Teach your kids and have them teach their kids that we the people are in charge!

  • Guys, Mark’s show tonight is a MUST listen. I would contend it’s a must listen every night, but make sure you catch the archived show. I am glued to the radio. Obama’s pandering is palpable, and disgusting, and smacks of pure desperation. “I…I…I…ME…ME…ME” In addition to this wonderful monologue, he gets into the damage caused by activist judges to further the liberal cause, and how liberals cherry pick parts of the Constitution when it is politically convenient to do so. This is something he has covered extensively in his books. For us, it’s all or nothing, and if there is something in there we don’t like, let’s fight to change it, grass roots style. That means getting back to representative government the way The Framers intended it to be. Pie in the sky? Maybe. But we’ll never know unless we try as hard as we can to make a difference for each other, our children, and their children. Liberalism must be defeated, plain and simple.

    • PVG

      LET’S ROLL!!

  • Spartan4Palin

    Sometimes when these events happen back to back, the Tea Party comes out in full force and then the preezy has an epiphany, I want to know what is happening somewhere else that ‘they’ are trying to keep quiet? So I came across this. It should be considered that as stated in the story that PETN is not detectable. This is the second tip on somebody using this substance.

    This is not the first time this admin has squandered our intelligence gathering to benefit them politically.

  • Philo Beddoe

    I would pay to see or hear Levin debate the obamunist

    • in the thousands!

    • wodiej

      I think Obama would be dumbfounded…literally.

  • J

    If Obama wants to save his Presidency… he should start quoting Hitler.

  • freenca

    Go, Scott Walker !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! May your theorems be repeated across the whole country, this fall and beyond !!!

    • wodiej

      This reminds me of many of the brave constitutional conservatives who have been fighting to get our country back since 2008. Gov. Sarah Palin, Speaker Newt Gingrich, Gov. Scott Walker, Mourdock and many others. All have faced adversity with courage and class.

      “In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man-brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.” – Mark Twain

  • sjmom

    It’s pretty sad when a felon takes away votes, but the question remains will the South vote for a northeast liberal like Romney?

  • Sober_Thinking

    Mark Levin is excellent! I can’t say enough good about him.

    Post these anytime Scoop! We need encouragement from time to time… this is great!

  • No question about it. Obama is on the way out. Yesterdays message is even stronger than the 2010 election results entailed.

    Another report out to take notice is that Fox’s cable news outlets helped News Corp profits reach better than expectations. That fact proves that Rupert isn’t mis-managing his corp.

    On David Letterman, tonight, he mocks North Carolina’s anti-Gay results. These guys aren’t funny anymore.

    The hard core left has made the Democratic Party a travesty & like Mark is saying, the moderates are hightailing it away from the nuts that have taken control of their once proud party.

    Mark Levin, new Attorney General; 2013. There’s a lot of perjury going on in Washington that has to stop.

  • badbadlibs

    Forgive my ignorance, but what happened in Wisconsin yesterday that gives Levin hope?

    • BS61

      Well, everyone including Gingrich says the Tea Party is gone – we proved in WI and IN yesterday that we are here to stay.

      • badbadlibs

        But, what happened in Wisconsin? I’m glad the Tea Party is here to stay!

  • ApplePie101

    Like listening to a magnificent operatic aria. Bravo, sir, bravo!

    • NYGino

      Or a Jimmy Paige guitar solo.



    I think the good thing in Wisconsin that gave Mark hope was thet there were more votes for Walker (unopposed) than there was for his opponents (combined).

    I think I heard that on Rush or Hannity.

    That shows there is high intensity republican support and looks good for election in one month.

    • badbadlibs

      Thanks for the information, it does sound good!

  • When Walker wins the recall election in Wisconsin there is going to be widespread PANIC in the Democrat party and on the hard left. Spittle is going to start flying, it will be UGLY. Constitutional consevatives are going to have massive victories throughout the primaries and in November. Mourdoc is just the first shoe to drop. Let’s roll.

  • wodiej

    Great analysis from Levin about what is going on. You won’t hear anything honest from the media or the GOP establishment. They do not like the Tea Party any more than the Democrats. For the TP being so new, we are making ground. It will take several election cycles but we definitely are a force to be reckoned with.

    Mourdock ousting long time Lugar was phenomenal and I am so proud of my state for trouncing him w 2/3 of the vote. It was not close AT ALL. When Mourdock ran for State Treasurer, he won the district for Joe Donnelly, the Democrat he’s running against. So this nonsense that Mourdock may lose the Senate seat to a Democrat is balderdash. This is a sign as in many states of a repeat of 2010. Since it seems inevitable that we will have a liberal president just a choice between 2 names, we can at least get a majority in Congress.

  • tvlgds

    I hope and pray that he is right. The country will not survive 4 more yrs. of obatcrap!

  • 5 STARS
    thanks Mark
    tea Party Patriot