MUST LISTEN: Mark Levin exposes corporatist Mitch McConnell and how he’s pulling the strings of immigration reform

This is really amazing. Mark Levin exposes how Mitch McConnell has worked behind the scenes to help shape the the bipartisan gang of eight by ensuring Rubio was one of the eight. He did this to bring conservatives along to help make immigration reform a success, all the while seeming to be completely unattached to it.

And not only that, major tech companies headed by hard core libs have lobbied in the millions on this immigration bill which will “dramatically expand temporary visa and green cards to foreign workers in the technology field.” Three of these libs, Mark Zuckerburg, Bill Gates, and Eric Schmidt have even started conservative sounding groups in order to run ads with Marco Rubio’s face on it to try and bring conservatives along to ensure the success of this bill.

Mark Levin says “we are all being played for FOOLS…that there’s nothing conservative about this!” Gotta love it. Congress working for the corporations while trying to look like they are working for the people.

Listen below as Levin explains it all in much more detail:

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  • njmom

    So many weasels in the GOP and so many behind the scenes maneuvers all designed to obfuscate truth so the pols can line their pockets. Not surprised at McConnell who’s been in DC way too long. I hope the people of Kentucky will help him retire next time he runs for election.

    • Orangeone

      njmom Rand Paul is the Liberal Lite pushing amnesty and has endorsed McConnell for 2014

      • njmom

        Orangeone njmom So far the only one I like is Cruz. Forget Rand and Rubio.

      • Wiggy111

        Orangeone njmom Rand has been focused on drones, pot and amnesty.

      • strangernfiction

        Orangeone njmom Even the best of the R critters leave a lot to be desired. It is way past time for a 2nd party.

  • deTocqueville1

    Great expose! However Mark needs to take off the blinders and admit his error in judgment about Rubio as he seems finally to be doing about Paul Ryan. Rubio is a Bushie. Nonetheless this is tremendous work by the great one.

    • YoJoe

      deTocqueville1 
      Ruibio fooled a lot of people 
      Glad he is not the EL Preezy

    • SOSUSA2016

      deTocqueville1 Eyes are wide open on this pathetic republican party. Rubio is a SELL out. No one held a gun to his head.

      • deTocqueville1

        SOSUSA2016 deTocqueville1 That is what is so frustrating with Mark. He continues to say Rubio is principled and smart. Well if he is smart he is a traitor to the Tea Party and conservatism. Similarly if he is principled as his principles are not those of the base. If he is indeed as stupid and so easily manipulated, then he is a waste of time on all counts. He must be primaried next time.

        • SOSUSA2016

          deTocqueville1 SOSUSA2016 Agree! Equally fustrated. Levin should be promoting Ted Cruz.

        • SOSUSA2016

          deTocqueville1 SOSUSA2016 Agree! Equally fustrated. Levin should be promoting Ted Cruz.

        • RSFan

          SOSUSA2016 deTocqueville1 Levin promotes Ted Cruz all the time.

        • OliviaHT

          RSFan SOSUSA2016 deTocqueville1 Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. I LOVE TED CRUZ. And I want him to stay in the US Senate. He has no more legitimate claim to be POTUS than our current usurper. Let us not abandon our Constitutional imperatives and be guilty of undermining our Founding law just because the party of “the ends justifies the means” has set that dynamic in play.

        • deTocqueville1

          OliviaHT RSFan SOSUSA2016 deTocqueville1 Completely agree.

  • YoJoe

    For Pete’s sake
    The GOP is worse than the democrats

    • strangernfiction

      YoJoe I will go even farther than that.

  • Orangeone

    And that folks is why the House will return to the Democrats.

    • deTocqueville1

      Orangeone I hope Palin power and the tea party can contiue to elect constitutional conservatives in 2014 and the House maintained and the Senate turned. However, you are correct, the GOPe in DC are working hard to keep conservatives at home again next time, alas.

      • BS61

        And I believe that they will get the same LOW voter turnout.

  • SOSUSA2016

    While I believe McConnell is a pathetic RINO Rubio is no babe in the woods. He has been in politics long enough to know how things works. I think Levin and Limbaugh both are naive to the REAL Rubio! No one made him meet behind closed doors to mastermind this terrible bill.

    • deTocqueville1

      SOSUSA2016 Exactly.

    • OliviaHT

      SOSUSA2016 I’ve been a Rush Limbaugh 24/7 member for more than 5 years. I cancelled today. The nauseating manner in which Rush dug deep into his well of double-speak to cover the BLATANT sell-out of our nation to the open borders lobby by Rubio is more than I can stomach, much less PAY FOR.
      I heard it in your voice, Limbaugh. You KNOW you’re wrong.
      Adios to you, Rush. Sign me: 25-year fan — at war with you. BTW: I remember QUITE CLEARLY your stating — say about 16 months age — that RUBIO would someday be our President. What on earth “secret” or “private” information do you have that would lead you to predict with absolute certainty that Rubio would someday be our president? And also, I have NEVER forgiven you for seeking to quell conservative’s lack of confidence in John Boehner, as when you told us he was such a nice guy and you played golf with him and knew him to be so nice.
      I’ve had it with Rush. This “Rubio” is so naive crap is nothing more than that: crap. Rush tries to cover Rubio’s self-inflicted wound by saying that now because of the Gang of 8, Rubio can submarine the entire AMNESTY enterprise. Nice, that. BRILLIANT. Rubio can pretend he’s on the enemy’s side, and all the while be setting the ground work for bringing the whole “amnesty” push to the sidelines. Rush — you are in over your head. This Rubio is being played, and so are you.

      • deTocqueville1

        OliviaHT SOSUSA2016 Yes, Rush has been softening on the RINOs for a while and it is sad. I hope you emailed him to tell him of your decision and why you made it.

        • OliviaHT

          deTocqueville1 OliviaHT SOSUSA2016 Not yet. But I doubt he cares. Thank you for your comments. I’m a bit in a testy mood. Sorry if my terseness seems directed toward you: believe me, it is not.

      • SOSUSA2016

        OliviaHT SOSUSA2016 Rush’s show has been a huge disappointment last few weeks. You can tell he is purposely not talking about the pathetic republicans. Today 2 hours devoted to the gay athlete who came out of the closet. WHO CARES! I have turned him off! Our country going down the toilet! We need these pathetic republicans to stand on principles instead of hiding in the corner or worse becoming democrat-lite. At least Levin program is a full on attack on this problem except his sweet spot for traitor Rubio. I think he will soon find that Rubio is the new Paul Ryan..A complete sell out.

        • Orangeone

          SOSUSA2016 OliviaHT It’s the latest distraction away from Benghazi.  Homosexuality trumps murder I guess.

      • Keyes

        OliviaHT SOSUSA2016 
        Does Rush not understand that Rubio does not have natural born status?
        He didn’t have the gonads to say O didn’t have natural born status either.
        I found out recently that Rubio was a big supporter of amnesty while in the Florida legislature. He just lied in 2010 to get elected. He is total proamnesty.

        • OliviaHT

          Keyes OliviaHT SOSUSA2016 Keyes: This pains me to say it, but my son-in-law told me 5 YEARS ago that Rush was an establishment mouthpiece, and I dismissed his warning. I kept giving Rush the benefit of the doubt, as he would so often say things that I myself was thinking and that — except for Levin — I was not hearing anywhere else. Today, with Rush’s meandering endorsement of Rubio, I saw at last that Rush Limbaugh is part of the ruling elite. If Rush’s “friendship” with Rubio makes him blind to Rubio’s naivety — a naivety that is potentially hazardous to our nation’s well-being — then why on earth would any of Rush’s listeners want to pay attention to him?

        • deTocqueville1

          OliviaHT Keyes SOSUSA2016 All so true.

        • cabensg

          OliviaHT Keyes SOSUSA2016     Rush is a sell out? Sorry one bias in all the years of his and mostly his alone good work is hardly a reason to consider him a sell out. Of course everyone can chose who they want to support financially or listen to.

        • K-Bob

          cabensg OliviaHT Keyes SOSUSA2016 People love to jump on Rush for not being as Conservative as they think he should be.  It’s been going on ever since he first achieved national success.
          If he decided to go full-bore Pat Buchana” or whatever flavor people are so concerned about, his show would lose all it’s potential to spread the message of Conservatism.  You can’t reach millions by marginalizing yourself.

        • SOSUSA2016

          cabensg OliviaHT Keyes SOSUSA2016 This is not the first time but one of many. I still will never forget the program Rush dedicated a show to destroy conservative Todd Akin after his oops moment. What Akin did is nothing compared to what Rubio is doing. By the way instead of conservative Congressman Akin we have Boehner’s new best buddy Ann Wagner who does exactly what speaker Boehner and the boys tell her to do. Rush, establishment republicans and conservative media gave McCaskill that seat in MO. The only one’s who did anything to help was Levin, Huckabee and Newt.

        • Keyes

          OliviaHT Keyes SOSUSA2016 
          Agreed. I lost all respect for him in 2008 when he wouldn’t talk about O’s ineligibility for office.
          Rush is rich enough that he never has to worry about money. So, why worry about losing your show when you might have the opportunity to save the country?

    • breakn70

      SOSUSA2016 When you’re right, you’re right. But I don’t think Rush is naive. Maybe Mark Levin is. It’s a problem when our talk show hosts get chummy with the politicians.

      • strangernfiction

        breakn70 SOSUSA2016 I was watching Hannity interview Bill Richardson, and Richardson said Obama is the most pro-Israel president we’ve ever had, or have had in modern time. Something like that. Hannity’s response to that horrendous lie to his face was to say in a very friendly tone without any hint of ridicule, “that’s what I love about you.”
        And this from one of the leading conservative voices. You can’t defeat an enemy behind leaders that consider the enemy a friend.

        • OliviaHT

          strangernfiction breakn70 SOSUSA2016 I cancelled my cable subscription TWO YEARS AGO because the lies coming out of the mouths of Juan Williams and Bob Beckel were not challenged. I WILL NOT BE LIED TO, much less pay my hard-earned money to subsidized it.

      • strangernfiction

        breakn70 SOSUSA2016 I was watching Hannity interview Bill Richardson, and Richardson said Obama is the most pro-Israel president we’ve ever had, or have had in modern time. Something like that. Hannity’s response to that horrendous lie to his face was to say in a very friendly tone without any hint of ridicule, “that’s what I love about you.”
        And this from one of the leading conservative voices. You can’t defeat an enemy behind leaders that consider the enemy a friend.

    • OliviaHT

      SOSUSA2016 I’m not sorry to tell you this: Levin and Limbaugh are not naive babe’s in the woods, just as you accurately describe that Rubio himself is no babe in the woods. The truth is as clear as the sun coming out from behind any clouds in the morning: Rubio is not to be trusted. And any radio host who carries his water is at the very least, suspect. And I LOVE LEVIN. It’s just that he’s in Virginia and I’m 30 miles north of the border, in AZ, and I FEEL the effects of Rubio’s lack of concern for AMERICANS — and his eagerness to make a name for himself on this issue when anyone with HALF A BRAIN knows that OBAMA has NO INTENTION of securing our border.

    • cabensg

      SOSUSA2016  Who knows what their thinking is on this……..and who cares. They both are very useful in pointing out things and dissecting the government but like everyone else they have their prejudices for and against people. I would never use either of them to judge who I chose as a candidate.

    • Orangeone

      SOSUSA2016 Or do a Susan Rice and go on all the Sunday talk shows and lie to the American people.

  • toongoon
    • Judges718

      toongoon  
      So, we’re becoming Argentina?

      • toongoon

        Judges718 toongoon  
        “Now class, can we say banana republic.”

        • K-Bob

          toongoon Judges718 That will save gas then.  I won’t have to drive clear down to Central America for my Tiki Hut knick knacks.

    • Judges718

      toongoon  
      So, we’re becoming Argentina?

    • Las1

      toongoon   Can I swear at you for this?  There are just some things that absolutely should not be rattling around in my head.  And this is one of them.  How dare you?   Cruelty is your middle name.  Do you take pleasure with such a link?  Oh sure… you think it’s all innocent!   AAaargh!  Just when I thought things couldn’t possible get worse!  It gets worse!

      • toongoon

        Las1 toongoon  
        Sorry Las1, misery loves company.

      • toongoon

        Las1 toongoon  
        Sorry Las1, misery loves company.

    • Las1

      Did I say AAaargh!

      • toongoon

        Las1  
        I’ll join you – AAAaaargh!!!

      • toongoon

        Las1  
        I’ll join you – AAAaaargh!!!

  • strangernfiction

    Kill the GOP. Better to have statist D’s than statist R’s.

  • Freedomswatch

    We need a 5th column. How about we play the RINO game and get some “stealth” Conservatives, who act like RINOs till they get elected and then reveal their true Conservative bona fides, that would be a fitting reversal of the current RINO stealth operation.

  • Wiggy111

    There are a lot of Republicans that haven’t uttered a peep about this disgusting bill.  That makes me suspicious.  McConnell is no different than Boehner.

    • deTocqueville1

      Wiggy111 He is much smarter and therefore more to be watched for his subterfuge.

    • Orangeone

      Wiggy111 Boehner says the House amnesty committee loves it…..The Committee is lead by Trey Gowdy and has a majority of GOPrs

      • kssturgis62

        Orangeone Wiggy111 Rep Paul Ryan, you know the Fake Conservative that ran with Romney for VP, is working with Luis Guitterez on Amnesty in the House. Luis Guitterez is a Rep in Illinois, Worse than Durbin, and works with Marxist La Raza !!!

        • Orangeone

          kssturgis62 Orangeone Wiggy111 Why does that not surprise me.  And Ryan is not on the House amnesty committee but is Boehner’s right hand man.  Funny how Ryan left the multi-trillion dollar amnesty cost out of the budget, again.

        • Orangeone

          kssturgis62 Orangeone Wiggy111 Why does that not surprise me.  And Ryan is not on the House amnesty committee but is Boehner’s right hand man.  Funny how Ryan left the multi-trillion dollar amnesty cost out of the budget, again.

  • Booker

    Wow. What a disgrace. I missed tonight’s show. Did Mark talk about Marblemouth Joe insulting Ted Cruz?

    • deTocqueville1

      Booker Yep.

  • MrLTavern

    So wait, is his point that Rubio is innocent in this whole thing?  You need to start asking why these guys are all protecting Marco Stoogeio, besides that “he’s a good friend of mine.”  Whatever the case maybe, Rubio and his staff wrote most of the damn thing. He went on Levin’s show and lied to him. He’s lied to conservatives saying that it wasn’t amnesty when it is.  He has been a chief defender and salesman of the bill since they brought it “out of the shadows” at their presser a while back.  So I don’t accept the argument that Rubio is being led.  And if he is being led, then I don’t want who is that easily led to be the president of the united states.  and I think that is where all of this coddling and protecting of St. Marco is leading to.  and a man who is easily led should not be a leader.  you have to remember that a Senator is basically a glorified lobbyist.  there are two men currently run the country, P& VP, who were glorified lobbyists in the Senate.  how is that working out for us?  what is most offensive about Rubio is, if he would’ve campaigned like this and promoted such a bill in 2010, he wouldn’t get elected.  he actually stood there in a debate with Charlie Crist, an establishment GOP who is now a Dem, and was the anti amnesty as opposed to Crist.  he even said that Crist would’ve voted for the McCain bill, which is true, only now it is Rubio pushing that same McCain bill, that even some GOPe pundits who are sweet on St. Marco are saying is worse than Obama care.

    • kssturgis62

      MrLTavern EXACTLY. 
      HOW about Rubio’s chief of PR Saying we are all Slave holders. Or how about JOKING about Jihadists coming across the border will be impossible with Rubio’s bill. 
      I am sick of hearing these Guys DEFEND this guy. HE IS A LIBERAL LYING DECEIVER. Rush posted that Rubio was Naive, Wanna Bet Rush. Oh did he get hammered for that. Hannity, Levin, Rush, will kiss this guys feet and sell us down the river because of a Friendship !! 
      Good thing they are not the ones that decide we do, Rubio is NOT going to be elected. 
      Did you hear Ann Coulter talk about Obama, Chester A Arthur, having Foreign Fathers and how terrible it worked out for us with them as Presidents having Foreign Influence in our Government. Then she brought UP RUBIO !! I loved it, because HE IS NOT QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT !!

      • gtcl404

        kssturgis62 MrLTavern – not entirely true.  Levin has been very clear that Rubio is wrong on this one.  Rush is trying to be nice about it, but he doesn’t agree with Rubio on this either.  Maybe Rubio’s intentions are good, but just the fact that he’s working with Schumer on this one should be a huge red flag, not to mention McCain and Graham.  What a joke. 
        My question to Republicans….why would Democrats be so willing to help us get more Hispanic voters?  Duh…they wouldn’t!  They know exactly what’s going to happen….these illegals are Democrats in waiting, and if we give them amnesty, our party is DONE.

        • deTocqueville1

          gtcl404 kssturgis62 MrLTavern The point is Mark’s continued support of Rubio personally when he is either a bumbling idiot or a fraud.

        • strangernfiction

          gtcl404 kssturgis62 MrLTavern I strongly suspect Rubio’s intentions are not good.

        • cabensg

          deTocqueville1 gtcl404 kssturgis62 MrLTavern  
          I agree there’s really no need to add anything about Rubio personally when talking about his sellout action. Levin doesn’t need to call him a dunce like we do but he also doesn’t need to defend him in any way.

    • Amjean

      MrLTavern  I think that Rubio is trying to get Hispanic creds with this bill in order to propel him to the presidency in 2016.  Epic fail.

  • BS61

    The Tea Party in FL protested Rubio for breaking his promise that he did not support amnesty!

  • BS61

    The Tea Party in FL protested Rubio for breaking his promise that he did not support amnesty!

  • applepie101

    There’s nothing surprising about this to anyone who’s been paying attention to the actions of congressional republicans. It’s consistent with the party’s sell-out of conservative voters during the election, as well as its collaboration with the Obama administration in passing destructive legislation like Obamacare, and stimulus. Mark’s partiality blinds him to Rubio’s involvement in the illegal amnesty scheme. If it were a democrat, or Graham or McCain pushing this instead of Rubio, he’d be lambasting them without mercy.
    I’m disappointed that congressional conservatives who have been voting according to constitutional principle, like Louis Gohmert and Ted Cruz, choose to remain in the GOP swamp, instead of breaking away and forming the nucleus of a constitutional third party. It took that kind of courage to create our nation, and will take as much to rescue it from destruction. McConnell, Rubio, Boehner have a completely different agenda.

    • deTocqueville1

      applepie101 The GOP swamp is the only way they can be there at all right now so that is a good thing. We shall see how this plays out but Palin is right, we must keep electing the good ones and vet, vet, vet beforehand. Record means a great deal and folks like Cruz, DeMint, and some others have been consistent.

  • RobertMahoney

    “Congress working for the corporations while trying to look like they are working for the people.”
    Seems like this has been going on for the last 100 years. Noting new. Mitch just hedging his bets is all. Making sure he will have his 40 acres and a mule for his grandchildren in the kingdom to come. As worthless as those who vote for him thinking he will be a voice of reason and sanity. I say this as a Kentuckian.

  • fireme

    And yet Levin is totally against forming a strong Conservative party. Grassley of Iowa supported the Pigford Reparations after Obama was elected. He is up for re-election in 2014 so you will see his face in front of every camera pretending to be conservative. He is a big supporter of ethanol subsidies for his welfare farmers in Iowa. WELFARE COMES IN MANY FORMS BUT IT ALL BOILS DOWN TO BRIBERY FOR VOTES.

    • K-Bob

      fireme
      That’s not quite a fair statement.  If you ask Levin, or most of Levin’s fan base : “would you be in favor of having a strong Conservative Party?” The answer would be a resounding “YES!”
      But that’s a vastly different thing from “Hey, I know, let’s start a third party!” Most folks would probably say, the same thing: “Third parties always guarantee a win for the other side.”
      The only chance a new third party has is if a coalition of powerful Conservatives gets together to launch it.  Right now, we at least have the beginnings of a coalition, with Cruz, Lee, Paul(80%), Rubio(50%), Gowdy, and a few others, with Sara Palin and  Jim DeMint helping from the outside.  If all of those folks got together and pulled in some big donors, and THEN managed to get a Cruz or Allen West type candidate to run in 2016 in the Republican primaries (that part would be crucial), and THEN announce a new party once it begins to take off, THEN we could create a viable third party.
      So the real answer to the third party question is: “Third parties never work.  Until they do. ”

      But right now, several attempts are underway from the grass roots, and they have splintered up, right out of the gate.  Some are far too focused on making it all about a strong Christian party.  Some want it to be more libertarian.  Some want to go Ron Paul, some want to fight gay marriage first, and on and on it goes.

  • SweetLiberty

    Thank you Mark!  Enjoy your vacation!!

  • jtkell100

    Marco Rubio, who has called Mr. DeMint his best friend endorsed Mr. Rubio early on in his 2010 Senate bid, when he was still a long-shot Tea Party candidate, and Mr. Rubio has said that Mr. DeMint is his best friend.When Rubio joined this this gang and became the defacto leader he knew that bill the the six senators ( 4 Dems and two Rhinos) would write would be, like the Obama Care Heath bill, a Christree for tree Democrats.  He ran for election on the promise that he would not support any bill unless it had the border security first. Now this bill will financially destroy this Country and the Republican Party.Now look what he has done. Betrayed his most early ardent supporter, all his constituents in Florida and most of the Tea Party. What does this tell you about this Man? In my opinion Rubio will be a Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John McCain man that will say one thing to get elected and then join a gang to write a bill that is mumbo jumbo. No border security first as promised. If this is what your best friends do to you and our Nation, count me out.

    • Orangeone

      jtkell100 Heritage Foundation has slammed this amnesty bill!  Thank you Jim DeMint.  Unfortunately DeMint also backed Tim Scott as his replacement and Scott is darn near silent on everything.  Another disappointment

      • K-Bob

        Orangeone jtkell100 I think we can give Scott a little more time, but it would be nice to know what’s on his mind.

        • Orangeone

          K-Bob Orangeone jtkell100 I know K-Bob.  I’m just absolutely frustrated.  Scott showed up in the last 5 minutes of the drone filibuster and did not sign the 2nd Amendment filibuster.  There is tremendous support standing with Ted Cruz and yet Scott is no where to be found.  Is he taking marching orders from Grahamnesty?

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob jtkell100 Man, that would be a disaster.  Almost as dumb as the contest to replace Tim Scott is looking.

  • gtcl404

    UGH!  I was just saying nice things about McConnell too.  Well, I won’t make that mistake again.  They’re all corrupt.  Good grief.

  • pushtheredbutton

    So what now? Rubio is a poor manipulated victim in all of this? Come on Mark. You started losing your credibility when you wouldn’t add your considerable voice to that of those questioning the constitutionality of Obama’s eligibility; then you died a little bit more when you went with the lesser of two evils crowd and backed that horrendous human being, *hitt Romney (Yes folks, deal with it. An R for ‘Republican’, in front of your name doesn’t prevent you from being labelled a horrendous human being). And now Mark, now you’re just giving the eulogy at your own credibility’s funeral when you expect us to round on some bogeyman named Mcconnell (as if we were ever fooled by him) and pretend Rubio’s treachery is nonexistent. Keep it up Mark. Just keep it up.

    • strangernfiction

      pushtheredbutton Levin has a few toes inside the beltway. Here’s to hoping he pulls them out.

    • Orangeone

      pushtheredbutton I’m with you. Rubio is no victim.  He is the hispanic version of Obama with an ego just as large.  He is doing the illegal alien amnesty to increase his own personal wealth.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      pushtheredbutton Rubio’s a traitor, for sure! I’m not siding with Mark, like a drone; just like I wouldn’t side with Obama, like a drone.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      pushtheredbutton Rubio’s a traitor, for sure! I’m not siding with Mark, like a drone; just like I wouldn’t side with Obama, like a drone.

    • K-Bob

      pushtheredbutton Everyone thinks they can do Rush’s job better than Rush. Same with Levin.
      But both of those guys are very strategic with their criticisms.  Levin is trying to make things happen in a certain way to be sure we end up with the best possible outcome.  So he hopes he can salvage any redeemable conservative to the cause.  You don’t do that by burning all bridges.  you pick your battles extremely carefully.

  • MontanaAnnie

    We knew there was going to be an onslaught of ‘crap’ during the second term, so here is a little more to shovel.  I had hoped there would be a difference between the Republicans and Democrats, but that doesn’t seem to be the case with most of them. We needed to know this, so thank you.  I can’t get Mark Levin where I live, so I’m relying on trs.  Appreciate it.  I’m off to Republican Women this morning and we need to stay informed.

    • Orangeone

      MontanaAnnie Have you gone to Mark’s website?  There are great clips there too.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      MontanaAnnie Download his show on iTunes.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      MontanaAnnie Download his show on iTunes.

    • patriot077

      MontanaAnnie You can listen to Mark’s show every evening about an hour after it ends. Go to marklevinshow dot com and hit the audio rewind tab. It’s great. You can listen to it whenever you have time. I’ve had to rely on his podcasts for years as he wasn’t available in my area until this year.

      • MontanaAnnie

        patriot077 MontanaAnnie Thanks!  I’ll try it!

        • patriot077

          MontanaAnnie patriot077 He has subs for the rest of this week. Friday’s host will be Brian Sussman who is always good. I don’t recall who is doing it tomorrow night.

    • JangoBear

      MontanaAnnie Can you listen online?  I listen to WABC AM’s online broadcasts of all of the shows-Rush, Sean, then Mark.
      http://www.wabcradio.com/

  • lawngreen

    “He did this to bring conservatives along to help make immigration reform
    a success, all the while seeming to be completely unattached to it.”
    Kiss my cheese grater, mitch. The reason conservatives are conservative is that we’re not stupid. Stupid is either the RINO support group or the obama support group.
    I’m overjoyed that ruby-oh is sending postpaid envelopes with his donation requests. I just sent back the second one with the same message as the first, “No donation is the real donation.”

    • Orangeone

      lawngreenI’m overjoyed that ruby-oh is sending postpaid envelopes with his
      donation requests. I just sent back the second one with the same message
      as the first, “No donation is the real donation.”  Good one!  I sent Rand Paul’s back with a copy of a news article of an illegal alien held for sexually assaulting a 6-yr old girl and asked when that perp would receive amnesty.  I’ll keep sending a different article each time I get unwanted solicitation materials.

      • lawngreen

        Orangeone You rock, as the teenagers say. I wish we could make these politicians read what we send them. However, it is the responsibility of someone on their staff to see that they get feedback trends. We’ve done our part by giving feedback.

        • Orangeone

          lawngreen Orangeone I tweet these articles nearly every day.  And I can be quite snarky.  I’ve asked Rubio if he wants these perps to be with his children because what he is doing is putting them in our neighborhoods with ours.

        • lawngreen

          Orangeone It’s difficult to comprehend that people like rubio think they can cause devastation and be immune from it. Like sawing off the limb they’re sitting on and thinking they won’t fall.
          Seeing stupidity in action makes me weary.

        • lawngreen

          Orangeone It’s difficult to comprehend that people like rubio think they can cause devastation and be immune from it. Like sawing off the limb they’re sitting on and thinking they won’t fall.
          Seeing stupidity in action makes me weary.

  • mikeinidaho

    That was always the plan. We the People do not and have not had true representation by either party for many years. We are on our own and must rely on each other for support in the coming 2nd American Revolution. We have NO friends in DC.

    • deTocqueville1

      mikeinidaho Since Reagan.

      • Orangeone

        deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho For all the go things Reagan did, the 1986 illegal alien amnesty bill was all his. The border was never secured, amnesty was given to 3 million, now we have 11-20 million more illegals.  So no, Reagan did not properly represent Americans either in the most important part, security of the nation.

        • MiltonBassHayek

          Orangeone deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho That is one of Reagan’s biggest failures. I wish he wouldn’t have sanctioned that.

        • Orangeone

          MiltonBassHayek Orangeone deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho I agree and me too! That’s why PRICs (Progressive RINOs in Congress) are pushing it again, because “Reagan did it”

        • MiltonBassHayek

          Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho I see where you are going with that. Guarantee they will start chanting that line to get it passed.

        • JangoBear

          Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho At least Reagan admitted it was a grave mistake that he made.

        • Orangeone

          JangoBear Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 mikeinidaho Yes he admitted it but it was his baby and he had 8 years to fix it and failed to do so.

  • Orangeone

    Maybe it was somewhere else in Mark’s show but the missing point is that businesses are not required to cover aliens with health insurance, are omitted from the penalty and are not subject to the individual mandate provision yet are entitled to receive free health care.  I need to check further but am wondering if they are also omitted from the 50 full time employee count as well.  Aliens will replace Americans in jobs across the nation.  Wonder who all those unemployed Americans will vote for: benefits or country.

  • stillgoing

    So little boy Rubio was used by McConnell and we should feel bad for him, is this Mark Levin’s point, he’s a good guy who was used, the bill stinks but poor Rubio.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      stillgoing Exactly! Screw Rubio and this bill. I don’t feel sorry for any adult who makes a bad decision.

  • Longiron

    Ah Mitch McConnell behind the seen RINO stuff.. It is election time and Mitch has some new best friends, Rand Paul and the TP. He even show up for the Tea Party caucus revival that MB has last week. Mitch is not saying much about the immigration bill because he know the voters back home do not want it and it is election time in 2014 and he can be beat. So he does his RINO dirty work behind the scene and fulfills the RINO trick of going conservative at election time to get elected a la McShame. Thank you Mark for exposing this scum bag RINO and hopefully the good people of KY replace this scum bag  with a true conservative. Now, if Mark can see the true RUBIO and he will in time he also has been co opted by the GOP.

    • deTocqueville1

      Longiron Another scurvy dog!

  • Laurel A

    This is part of the war against Tea Party and I suspect young and naive Rubio is being set up to fail. Boehner and McConnell need to be removed from leadership positions and we need to make it a campaign issue.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      Laurel A But I don’t feel sorry for Rubio. He knows how the left works. He’s written off in my book.

      • Laurel A

        MiltonBassHayek Laurel A I don’t know that I feel sorry for him either just statin’ the facts of it. Rubio has been warned  repeatedly by those in the know including Levin and Rush and yet he persists. So be it then. One reaps what they sow.

    • deTocqueville1

      Laurel A He is NOT naive! He is complicit.

      • MiltonBassHayek

        deTocqueville1 Laurel A It’s going to take a downright sabotage of this amnesty bill for Rubio to gain favor in my eyes. If he’s planning on sabotaging it, I will retract my statement. If he, in any part, goes through with this treachery, he’s finished!

        • Orangeone

          MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Laurel A Rubio did the talk show circuit. As far as I’m concerned this is his bill, has his face and fingerprints on it.  He is a Democrat, at best a RINO.  As I’ve said before, I expect him to run in 2016 as a Democrat, perhaps changing parties well into the primaries.

        • realconservative

          Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Laurel A 

          Great comments.

          Um, how old are you?

        • K-Bob

          realconservative Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Laurel A  
          See the kitten there?  That’s all ya need to know!

        • MiltonBassHayek

          Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Laurel A Unlike those below that are poking fun at your Kitty, I think it’s cute and cuddly.

        • K-Bob

          MiltonBassHayek Orangeone deTocqueville1 Laurel A  
          Who’s poking fun of the kitty?

        • JangoBear

          Orangeone MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Laurel A He and Christie can team up for RINO Stab You In the Back Party for all I care.

      • Laurel A

        deTocqueville1 Laurel A Complicit in what?

  • MiltonBassHayek

    I’m getting sick of my boys, Mark and Rush, defending punk RINO Rubio. I’m not voting for anymore RINOs in elections. Rubio’s smart enough to realize that shaking hands with the enemy is a mistake. Screw them all! If we can’t take the Pubic party back, it’s time to start up a third party, a Tea Party.

  • Rshill7

    Scooooooop. Where are you? I dialed BR 549 and you didn’t answer. Are you still alive? You’ve been gone for 15 hours. I’m worried sick.

  • MiltonBassHayek

    Mark should treat Rubio the same way as he’s treating Mitch! I could care less if he’s your friend. He’s a sellout, and he’s been bought by the highest bidder. Rubio’s lower than a prostitute!

    • physicsnut

      MiltonBassHayek I say HANG THE GANG !  These obnoxious creeps are making us pay for our own destruction.

      • MiltonBassHayek

        physicsnut MiltonBassHayek Me too. I don’t think we should have friends in congress. Either they do our bidding, or they are voted out. Rush and Mark are falling into the cult of personality trap with Rubio. He’s just another turncoat politician acting no differently than the other repubics in congress. He’s a weak pandering coward.

        • Amjean

          MiltonBassHayek physicsnut I agree.  We hire them to do a job; they do the job or else are replaced.  They need to do the job we elect them to do, not do the job of their own choosing.  That is the part that I am sick and tired of.

        • K-Bob

          MiltonBassHayek physicsnut
          See my reply to Amjean.  Levin is not being fooled by Rubio in the least.  It’s something else.

        • MiltonBassHayek

          K-Bob MiltonBassHayek physicsnut He sounds like he’s giving him a pass, because they are buds. That’s not objective of Mark. He goes nuclear on turncoats. Rubio is a turncoat. I expect him to be objective and go nuclear.

        • K-Bob

          MiltonBassHayek K-Bob physicsnut I expect him to do his best to salvage any redeemable Conservative.
          Rubio has been nearly invisible up until this stupid amnesty push.  And by the way, I sounded the alarm on Rubio early and often, right here, when Conservatives were falling all over themselves to have Rubio run for President. So I’ve never given Rubio a pass either, just as Levin has NOT done.
          You need to hear Levin tell Rubio nightly that he strongly disagrees with him. Levin is playing Rubio like a fish on a line.

        • Orangeone

          K-Bob MiltonBassHayek physicsnut Yes you did fire the warning shots K-Bob and thankfully you did before Rubio raised too much $$$$

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob MiltonBassHayek physicsnut  
          Thanks, O-kitty! I really hated to have to do it, too. Every time I did research into Rubio’s tepid Tea Party affiliation, it made me a little more sad at what I was seeing.

        • JangoBear

          MiltonBassHayek physicsnut Rubio is the Republican Obama and it is very disheartening listening to Rush, Sean, and Mark do for Rubio what others on the Left do for Obama.

    • deTocqueville1

      MiltonBassHayek Agreed, at least the hooker is honest.

      • MiltonBassHayek

        deTocqueville1 MiltonBassHayek Haha. You hire her and she gives you exactly what you want. Rubio gets propped up by the Tea Party, and look how he repays us. I have more disdain for Tea Party turncoats than any other weak kneed, inept congressmen.

        • Amjean

          MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1  And how do you know this?  I know, you read it in one of those men’s magazines. Or was it Time or Newsweek?  Or you saw it on hookers.com.

        • MiltonBassHayek

          Amjean MiltonBassHayek deTocqueville1 Is there a hookers.com?

        • K-Bob

          MiltonBassHayek Amjean deTocqueville1 I once read an  Internet law that goes something like: “If it exists, there’s p0rn of it.”
          So I figure any thing you can dream up is probably already sitting on a server somewhere.

  • stage9

    Hear that Kentucky? The ball is in your court now.

  • Amjean

    Why is he hitting hard on McConnell (and I don’t disagree with that) and going all soft and mushy on Rubio?

    • K-Bob

      Amjean
      Because he’s hoping Rubio will come to his senses and become what he has the potential to be.
      Rubio is like Tiger Woods.  A great man with even greater flaws that were hidden, or covered up.  Unlike Tiger, it appears that Rubio’s flaws are less personally devastating to himself and his family.  But Tiger isn’t trying to run the country, so the damages from his flaws are “localized.” Rubio’s flaws have the potential to end prosperity for hundreds of millions of people.
      But if Rubio can be helped to see the light, he has the potential to be one of the greatest Presidents of this generation.
      Sadly, I don’t see that he’s willing to stop himself from destroying America.

      • MiltonBassHayek

        K-Bob Amjean My mom used to say, ” wish in one hand and $hit in the other, and see which one fills up faster.” Mom’s wisdom is timeless!

        • K-Bob

          MiltonBassHayek K-Bob Amjean Sure, if all you’re doing is wishing.  I seriously doubt that Levin is just sitting in his bunker “wishing.”
          He’s said several times that he’s had private conversations with Rubio.  That ought to tell people something.

        • MiltonBassHayek

          K-Bob MiltonBassHayek Amjean I hope not. Because Rubio sounds like he’s drank the utopian koolaid, and knows something we don’t when it comes to passing amnesty.

        • Orangeone

          MiltonBassHayek K-Bob Amjean Rubio is an attorney, Jeb Bush is an immigration attorney. The amnesty bill has the US taxpayer paying the illegal aliens’ attorneys to process their paperwork.  Follow the money from your work to Rubio and Bush’s bank accounts.

      • Orangeone

        K-BobAmjean”But if Rubio can be helped to see the light, he has the potential to be one of the greatest Presidents of this generation.”  Will never happen. First, Rubio does not qualify for POTUS, second, he would have to run as a Democrat because he has sold Conservatives down the river.  As I’ve said on Twitter, Rubio is the hispanic Obama, will lies and an ego as large.

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob Amjean We lost the birther issue.  Unless someone gets an amendment passed, we’re beyond that.  We can only hope to keep non-citizens out of office now.
          Look, I’m not supporting Rubio here.  You’ve seen my comments warning folks about Rubio several times. I’m saying Levin has a strategy, and it has a slim chance to succeed.  But if he caves to all this whining about Rubio, he will be missing a huge opportunity.
          I expect him to do exactly what he’s doing right now: try to get Rubio on the right side of things. Forget the Presidency.  Rubio on the correct path would be a huge win for Levin, and by extension, for the nation.  So Levin is doing exactly the right thing right now.

        • Orangeone

          K-Bob Orangeone I didn’t follow the Obama “birther issue” closely through the court process, other than that it appears the SCOTUS filings may have been kept from certain Justices.  So, there was no ruling by the SCOTUS thus qualification for POTUS is still an open issue.  There are lots of issues related to Obama, including who his real daddy may be and what is most important to me is whether his mother rescinded his citizenship (if he was born in the US) when they moved to Indonesia and she “married” someone else.
          We know Rubio’s dad was not a US Citizen at the time of Rubio’s birth.
          I agree with you that Levin has a strategy, but I believe the nation would be better served with Rubio out of politics where he can do much less damage.

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob Oh, sure, if I could wave the magic wand and remove Rubio, and replace him with someone better, I’d do it RFN.
          But he does have a following.  We aren’t going to make him go away easily.

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob Oh, sure, if I could wave the magic wand and remove Rubio, and replace him with someone better, I’d do it RFN.
          But he does have a following.  We aren’t going to make him go away easily.

        • Orangeone

          K-Bob Orangeone I know K-Bob, I should have clarified my post with “with Rubio out of politics when his term ends where he can do much less damage.  Rubio’s followers are dropping off like flies.  You should see the tweeps go after him :}

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob That’s good to know!

      • Amjean

        K-Bob Amjean  Rubio’s actions reflect who he is.

        • Orangeone

          Amjean K-Bob And so do Rand the “undocumented citizen” Paul’s.

        • Amjean

          Orangeone  Go to RandPaul.com and read what he said about immigration.  You might be enlightened.

    • Valin

      Amjean 
      Because  McConnell does not always act totally conservative.. And I suspect there may be some personal animosity behind it.

  • comingapart

    Thank you Mark!

  • jtkell100

    How can one be friends with someone and believe he is the most conservatave man on the planet when his words and deeds provide otherwise. He campained on border security. Just listen toi his explanation why he changed his mind. What a joke. Just about all these radio hose are giving him a pass. This bill will destroy our country.  A christmas tree for the Dems. A close friend does not have the wright to support and manage a bill that will have the devastating effects that this one will have. Rush and Hannity why aren’t you true to your cause before it’s too late?  Is friendship more important than saving our Nation?

  • NJK

    I heard Mark say last night, that illegal aliens and employers who’ve committed social security fraud wouldn’t be charged or punished.  I won’t vote Republican again.  I will never cast a vote for any establishment type and would never vote for Rubio.  I can’t stand the guy.  I think he’s sleazy.  You can’t call yourself a Conservative and work with a sleaze like Schumer and Menendez.  Birds of a feather, flock together.

    • Orangeone

      NJK That’s exactly correct.  To darn bad for the victims that had their identities stolen, they can just pay the bills run up by the illegal aliens.

  • K-Bob

    Let’s have a little logical consistency here, folks.
    A) Levin is the one who is exposing McConnel on the national airwaves.
    B) Levin has gained a great deal of influence with folks like Palin, Cruz, Lee, and others.
    C) Levin expounds the principles that most Conservatives believe in better than any other guy in the media right now
    And yet several people here are telling us what a sellout he is and how disappointed they are.  So if one of the best guys we have fighting on our side isn’t good enough for you, where do you go next?  Seriously, are you folks really going to throw Levin under the bus because he isn’t willing to trash Rubio right now?  Especially since Levin has said repeatedly that he has a major disagreement with Rubio on this push for “immigration reform.”  Not the least of which is, “What’s the hurry?  Why do we have to do this now?”

    Let’s get some perspective.
    1) Rubio is not running a presidential campaign yet.  It’s too early. He doesn’t even have his money lined up.
    2) Rubio listens to Levin.  No one in their right mind would want Rubio to stop taking Levin’s calls.
    3) Levin, Palin, and DeMint are trying to build a new, strong coalition to take on the Cotton Conservatives. Their success so far is undeniable, with Cruz, Lee, and others already having a strong voice in congress, despite being newcomers.

    You can’t do what Palin and Levin are doing if you get on the air ever day to stab people in the eye for not being perfect.  And Levin, unlike most radio talkers, actually has a legal foundation doing real things to help stop the destruction of the country
    I understand people need to express their frustration here, but let’s save the self-immolation for the last resort.

    • MiltonBassHayek

      K-Bob I don’t think anybody here would throw the “Great One” under the bus. He coaches us not to be drones; so we aren’t drones. We see Levin stepping back and giving Rubio a pass; we call him out for that. We use our minds. We don’t wait for Levin to hatch his plan, before we start raising concern. He raised pit bulls, and pit bulls we will be.

      • K-Bob

        MiltonBassHayek K-Bob  
        But he isn’t “giving him a pass.”  He’s trying to educate the man.  I want to see Levin succeed, because if Rubio can be brought on board, he’d be a very strong presence in Congress. Obviously Levin isn’t being fooled by the guy.  But that doesn’t mean he believes Rubio is a total loss yet.

        • Orangeone

          K-BobMiltonBassHayekI so love you K-Bob but I have to disagree with “if Rubio can be brought on board, he’d be a very strong presence in Congress”.  Once a traitor and back-stabber, always a traitor and back-stabber.  Rubio outright lied when he was running for US Senate.
          I do agree that Levin is subtly sending Rubio a message but I for one was tweaked when he called Rubio out as a snakeoil salesman and then retracked it.  Levin is wiser that I shall ever be in my lifetime.  I trust his judgment but will never trust Rubio.

        • K-Bob

          Orangeone K-Bob MiltonBassHayek  
          I don’t think politicians are really in a the “trust” business.  When it comes right down to it, I don’t exactly trust Cruz or even Palin to be where I think we need them to be when everything happens to depend on them.
          I only trust what I can control.

    • pushtheredbutton

      You’re funny Mr.

    • JangoBear

      K-Bob Sorry K-Bob but there is no educating Rubio when he wrote his own amnesty loving Dream Act back in 2012. 
      http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/06/18/2856136/marco-rubios-dream-act-plan-might.html
      Rubio is not naive as Rush keeps stating.  He is a very savvy hustler who used the TEA Party to get into the Senate and is now using the Conservative credibility of Rush, Mark, and Sean to give him cover among Conservatives.  Not buying it one bit and I will do everything I can to continue to expose him and bring his amnesty plans down.

  • LIBERTYUSA

    … it is time to start a THIRD PARTY a Tea Party Patriot Party for the 2014 mid terms.” (period)
    Glory and Praise to my Lord & Savour Jesus Christ 04/28/13

  • wallwatchman

    Thanks a lot GOP! I’ve got kids going into the tech field. How about these corp hire the ones that are HERE! These aren’t jobs Americans won’t do!!! (like I bought that line anyway.ugh).
    No wonder we can’t get out of this recession, besides the obvious garbage that Obama and the dems have already shoved on this country, now the ones who are supposed to think like us, work against us too!! They care more about the people in other countries than their own countrymen!! Nice!! Third party folks. I’m ready!!

    • Orangeone

      wallwatchman When they hire non-Americans, those employees are exempted from health insurance requirements & ObamaCare penalties.  On avg between $3,000 and $20,000/yr savings depending on whether the company pays the penalty or purchases insurance.  That combined with offering lower wages that the non-American accepts it’s money in the bank for the big business.

      • wallwatchman

        That’s so depressing, and infuriating! Better organize the bedrooms for when the kids have to move back in. sigh

        • Orangeone

          wallwatchman And this is what John Boehner and the PRICs (Progressive RINOs in Congress) funded in the continuing resolution.  This is only barely leaking out because of Rubio’s massive amnesty bill.

        • wallwatchman

          Why can’t we EVER find all this out
          before this garbage is voted on?! Don’t say it, I know the answer. I’m just sick to death of these people!
          I’d like to believe that it will hit the fan once all this obamacare is implemented, but I just don’t know anymore. And even if many do wake up, this congress and admin won’t care, they’ll just lie their way out like they always do!

  • ChesterSimms

    Hi parents emigrated how? In a spare tire?
    Cubans are not allowed to emigrate to the USA.
    This is completely speculative.  But I think there’re pressures on Rubio’s about immigration that strike close to home.  Can someone ask Rubio this?