If you know me, you know I love passion and I normally post the Mark Levin monologues that are dripping with passion (and quite a bit of yelling). Well this one is a little different. It’s definitely a passionate monologue, but in the more sobering, heart-felt way, as Levin talks about his fears of what Americans will say 100 years from now, looking back on our time, if we don’t fix this country and get it back to a more limited government in line with our founders.
He starts by reading the 10 planks of the Communist manifesto:
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