By The Right Scoop


Mark Levin wants people to know that this election is far from over and we outnumber them, despite what the propagandists say on TV. The election will be won on turnout and that’s to our advantage. So he asks when the show starts, what the hell is everybody so scared of?

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  • marketcomp

    I LOVE THIS MAN! What, my fellow patriots and posters, would do without him!

    • PVG

      Just posed the same question! I shutter to think……

      • marketcomp

        We are simpatico, my friend!

    • canscrap

      This article will make you feel better.
      http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/09/its_over.html

      • conservocop

        Many thanks – this is a great piece, and it did make me feel better. All of us who frequent this site need to follow your lead and get this out to our concerned friends.

      • BS61

        Good article – I read it earlier today.

      • jenndee

        Thanks for that. Love the article and it feels true. I hope to God it is true!

      • mediaaccess1

        Thx – a must read.

  • Spartan4Palin

    I think the way the media is squealing about how supposedly bad Romney is doing is to cushion the blow that when their candidate fails against Romney in the debates it won’t be such a catastrophic event. They can just say that he wasn’t at his best because of all the pressure of the economy and foreign issues weighing him down that he can’t fully concentrate on the debates. It won’t seem as though it was such a monumental failure that it TRULY will be. At the same time though, Romney has to bring in his ‘A’ game. Take Scoops advice and pretend Newt is standing there next to him!

    • Joengima

      I have a gut wrenching feeling, The National Popular Vote movement has been slowly gaining steam. This is where the winner is decide by Popular vote and not Electoral College. I have a strong feeling, they want 2000 all over again where Obama wins Popular Vote but Romney wins Electoral College Victory.

      The Liberals are ready to go back underground. If we think this is tough, 2014 and 16’s elections will be crucial if we win here.

      • Spartan4Palin

        I concur with your conclusion. This is and all out much needed win for them (liberals). They have gained so much that they can taste the overthrow of this nation! I really believe that. And they are not about to lose what they have accomplished.

      • http://twitter.com/AtlEsquire1973 AtlEsquire1973

        I disagree, in that conservatives already can’t win in most of the biggest states and only TX- is solid Repub. CA (55) NY (28) IL (over 20), all of New England- other than NH- but that’s a battle, and everything down to NC is in play- however in these states we don’t lose by much- maybe an average of 5 to 9 points. I would rather get 45 percent of CA votes than lose all their electoral votes. We must win OH and FL (battle grounds). We out number Dems, but Obama can already count on a safe 200 electoral votes. Do away with the electoral college and let the candidates campaign in every state rather than just 7 or 8. Americans win, and our message and views are stronger and right. We win.

        • Patriot077

          The electoral college needs to be retained if we are to remain the United States of America. Popular vote would allow a few of the most populated areas to control the outcome of every election. We would no longer have a representative government for all the people.

          • p m

            Remember how Agenda 21 seeks to herd people into the cities and away from the land, which must be ‘protected’. There’s where doing away with the Electoral College plays into the hands of the few who would rule. Right now it’s the cities that vote dem, and with a brainwashed population from playschool through college they’d continue to vote that way.

            • Patriot077

              Yup! The road always leads to greed and power.

              Our founders were brilliant to have devised so many protections against those who would seek to control the people. Pity that more of us don’t know enough about our system of government to marvel at their understanding of the nature of man.

            • http://twitter.com/AtlEsquire1973 AtlEsquire1973

              P M, I am sorry, I am a little confused. The electoral college is still a popular vote, but rather than nationally, it is a state by state popular vote. So if the poll out yesterday holds true about Pennsylvania which shows it to be Obama 47 Romney 45, you would prefer to lose all 20 electoral votes over 2 points? Either split the electoral votes or go straight popular vote. The founding fathers only set up the electoral college because at the time they did not trust the people- so if the people elected a Kenyan born radical with close ties to terrorists, the electors could step in and stop it before the election is certified about a month after the election. The electors could NEVER do that today. Imagine if they didn’t install Obama because he is best friends with murders- there would be riots months and the country would burn (his supporters). What should really scare us is- look at VA- which was solid Red state, and all the libs that support high taxes, moved from DC and Maryland to N. VA for lower taxes for themselves. This will happen in state after state. Libs are hypocrits, and maybe the next state could be Indiana which is only 25 minutes from Chicago- if enough libs flee Illinois we could lose Indiana.

          • http://twitter.com/AtlEsquire1973 AtlEsquire1973

            Patriot077, I completely respect your viewpoint, but I think your argument actually supports what I am saying- here is why: CA has 35 million people, NY approximately 22 million, Illinois about 15 million and if you add all the other states that are solidly blue- it’s about 200 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. We conservatives don’t lose these states by much- even if it’s 10 points (55 to 45 percent- lets say or even if it’s 60 to 40 percent)- I would rather have 40 percent of all those votes rather than zero, zilch, none. In CA alone, we lose 55 electoral votes every year since Reagan; but if it was either proportional electoral college (meaning the candidate that gets 55 percent vote gets 55 % of electoral votes, and the other candidate gets the 45% of electoral votes (both Nebraska and Maine currently have that system, and PA is flirting with it). This should scare the hell out of us- Texas (almost 40 electoral votes) is starting to move purple (due to the huge influx of immigration, etc.- but i dont beleive that Gov. Perry even won 48% of the vote) and if it does, we could never win again. Obama, the absolute worst zit ever can already count on about 215 electoral votes and we (Romney) MUST win Ohio and Florida, plus many other states Obama won in 2008. Obama won NC by a couple thousand votes out of millions, so we write off all those millions of republican votes and give the entire pie to Obama. But again- think about what we do when Obama legalizes (illegally) the illegals. If Texas goes blue, we are in serious trouble.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          It looks like in August, 2011, Jerry Brown signed a bill into law in California whereby he would give all 55 of California’s electoral college votes to the national popular vote winner for presidential elections. So evidently, if the national popular vote goes for Obama, we would lose all of California’s 55 electoral college votes.

          The electoral college I think was supposed to be designed to protect the voice of certain states’ regions with different political views against the more populated states’ political views overwhelming with numbers from an opposite point of view.

      • canscrap

        I posted this above but I think you’ll enjoy this article.
        http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/09/its_over.html

    • freenca

      They are already making excuses for the BO. “He has no time to practice” “He might get asked a Question” “He might make a mistake”, etc., etc. And having Newt there would be a hoot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/daniel.porter.3705 Daniel Porter

    I am concerned(not scared…okay, I’m scared) about voter-fraud that will actually hand over the election, even if everyone knows better. It actually is making me sick to my stomach.

    • canscrap

      You are right to be concerned, they already found that people living in NY and are snowbirds in Florida have been voting in both States. I heard Iowa had early voting starting today and that the Dems had 150,000 and Rep had 6,000….. don’t know if that’s true because I haven’t read or heard that anyplace else…

  • RosiesSeeingRed

    Thanks Mark Levin (and Scoop), we needed that! It will also help to read this article over at Breitbart:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/09/28/41-Million-Tea-Party-Supporters-Set-to-Vote

    • BS61

      Thanks, I’ll read that tomorrow – too tired!

  • p m

    Love him or dislike him as I do, Karl Rove is advising the Romney campaign – though you wouldn’t know it from his negative remarks.
    BUT he knows how to get out the votes on the ground, and if he’s advising on that aspect of the republican campaign, it’s a strong advantage. It was the ground operation that won for GWB twice.

  • 911Infidel

    I don’t need no pep talk. All you gotta do is look at the media. They lie. Trust none of them…amd that includes FOX. The administration lies. The entire administration is one big fat lie. Extrapolate back from any poll you look at. Use the 2010 model, and what do you get? That’s right. When conservatives and their allies blanket the polls…we win. Its that simple.

    • BS61

      I agree 911 – And I tweet Fox’s shows for not reporting the new that is on talk radio!

      We need a conservative channel!

      • 911Infidel

        Exactly.

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

    As usual, Levin is right. Republicans are as motivated as they were in 2010, they are as angry as they were in 2010, they will come out in large numbers as they did in 2010, they hate Obamacare just as much as 2010, and they know that the only way to send a real message is to give Romney a huge victory this year. This is the time to stand up and be counted, just like 2010. And just remember what we achieved in 2010 and the victory we achieved. There is absolutely no reason why 2012 will be any different than 2010. All we need to do is show up on November 6. And we will.

  • PVG

    What would we do without this man? THANK YOU MARK……LET’S ROLL!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-EEETo3Sqo&feature=player_embedded Unicon™

    So… Newt is now reduced to being MSNBC’s latest useful idiot?
    What… CNN didn’t call him back?

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/newt-gingrich-if-obamas-believable-in-first-debate-high-likelihood-hell-win-election/

    I know… everyone needs to make a living. He must have already burned through all the cash from selling his donor lists?

  • WordsFailMe

    What scares me is the kind or world we will have after even a Romney win. We saw what these Democrats did following the Al Gore loss. We see what they are capable of now–Black Panthers at the polls, lying media, cowards, communists and progressives in the federal bureaucracy and glorification of Islamic devil worship and sexual perversity and union member public school teachers slaves to it all–that’s what scares me.

    If the world has become more dangerous then we must become more dangerous.

    I await the day when 10,000 Tea Party activists at a conventions are given 15 minute lessons on self defense, purchasing and using weapons and how to mentally “frame” the enemy so that, if attacked, there will be no hesitation.

    My goal is to be ready by midnight, Nov.6, 2012.

    • StrangernFiction

      Until the decent folks in this country realize en masse that the ‘rats are the enemy there will be no Land of the Free.

  • bayway48

    Mark Levin is the dude! His show last night was super as he analyzed the re-election ads of President Ronald Reagan in 1984 vs. Obamas 2 min more pack of lies for 2012. I will always be forever thankful that President Reagan was my president and that I have the memory of casting my first presidential vote for him in his re-election in 1984. I remember when he came to the Johnson Space Center here in Houston after the Challenger explosion. He was everyone’s “father” and “strong shoulder” here at that tragic time.

  • Rshill7

    A large group of us in Alpena County Michigan are going door-knocking tomorrow, just as we did last weekend. It isn’t fun, but it is needed. Please call your local Republican Party headquarters and arrange to do likewise. We all need one another, and must be there for the same.

    This Levin speech brought tears to me weary but persistent eyes. Take it as seriously as he and join us.

    • NHConservative0221

      I”m doing the same thing tom morning here in NH.

      You are 100% correct we all need to call the local GOP victory office and get involved anyway we can.

      The time is now and we all need to fight like heck to the finish line.

    • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

      You go, man!

      Down here in the Southern Compound, there’s not much point if putting up signs. Cows can’t read.

      But I’m sending money where I can.

  • http://twitter.com/AtlEsquire1973 AtlEsquire1973

    Levin is brilliant. The depth of his knowledge and his ability to inspire is breathtaking like the great leaders he quotes. He always hits a grand slam.

  • actionsspeaklouder

    Sure needed that “snap out of it” talking-to today. Thanks Mark.

  • NYGino

    I’m repeating myself here; this election, there can only be one of two outcomes. The United States of America continues to be the greatest country ever or Obama is re-elected. Can’t be both.

  • Sober_Thinking

    This is encouraging. I appreciate his perspective. Thanks!

  • iaintlyin

    I couldn’t find an open thread today so I’ll answer Marks question as if were posed to me personally. I’m scared that the biggest threat to our national security will be reelected to the office of the pOTUS. I’m scared the election results may already be in the bag via voter fraud, ie: a re-occurrence of the black panther intimidation tactics, the legalization of illegal immigrants casting votes, acorn at work under a different guise, and the common knowledge of how the left has penchant to find a way to cheat when needed. Another factor that has me feeling this way are the polls that have 0 ahead so consistently regardless of how other questions are answered in the same poll (35% of people don’t feel we’re headed in the right direction but over 50% will vote for 0…..?). If these polls have 0 ahead via deception it will be easier for the American people to not question his win in November. In other words the fixed polls that are being conducted today will justify his fixed victory in November, or if you’d rather, the final election result will verify the polls results. Sounds like I’m a bit paranoid but its really just an opinion formed after seeing this administrations tactics for the last 4 years.

    • Rshill7

      ” For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7 KJV)

      Your feelings are certainly understandable though, however, we’re going to kick Obama’s ace, arse, a$$.

  • iaintlyin

    Hey, I’ve also got a question, if anyone has an educated answer, I’d appreciate it. Does anyone know the percentage of American families that have an immediate member in the military? If the answer is around 1%, and I believe it would be, it might behoove Romney to bring THAT 1% to the fore front. If the left can throw noise and distractions around the way they do, Romney may be able to spin this 1% figure to his advantage via his promise not to cut the military and 0’s sequestration quandary.

    • Rshill7

      That’s dumb.

      • iaintlyin

        enlighten me as to why.

        • Rshill7

          It’s a 100% thing, that’s why. Were it a 1% thing as you might maintain, why waste so much energy on it? Our protection, security and patriotism, should be universal and unequivocal. Thanks for hearing me out and giving me the benefit of the doubt.

          • iaintlyin

            you think its a waste of time to represent 1%, if that 1% is the military? wow. Whats your opinion of 0 monopolizing 8 months of media attention by using the rich 1%. My points being, 1, give the military a voice regarding no cuts to their budget, 2. the military families being cut by 0, therefore being disrepected for the job they do 3. set a course rather than defending or being led down a path. Man, I”m still a little taken aback that you feel the military 1% is not worth spending time on. Ever hear of veterans, they’re retired military not included in my figure but the issue may resonate with them. btw, any thing to do with the military is of interest to me and many other conservatives so the issue would be aimed at far more than 1%. God bless

            • Rshill7

              Still harping on that 1% thing? Again, it isn’t a 1% thing. It’s a 100% thing, OK? I have disagreed with your entire premise and percentage and you want to try to make it look like I think the military is a waste of time? That’s not only dumb, it’s dishonest. OK?

              Your first post I responded to was loaded with fear and faithlessness. The second one I responded to, after you completely ignored my first response, was just dumb in my opinion.

      • white531

        That wasn’t fair, Rshill7, and you know it.

        • Rshill7

          I think it was perfectly fair sir/ma’am.

      • StrangernFiction

        Projection.

        • iaintlyin

          I’m not really sure what your response to Rschill meant. Nor did Rschill respond to why its a dumb idea. If there’s a reason that Romney shouldn’t dictate a new issue or start a debate about something of importance rather than respond to the libs constant distractions, let me know. I have no problem being told something is a bad idea if it can be shown to me why it is. My point is to get in front of an issue for a change instead of reacting and playing defense.

          • Galatiansch2vs20

            This explanation enlightens me more as to your thinking. A counteraction to distractions by attacking Obama’s policies with substantive differences on something and how your own policies would be better for America.

        • Rshill7

          Flowers.

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      If you can believe an answer on Cha Cha:
      http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-the-percentage-of-americans-serving-in-the-military

      Are you suggesting Romney could use military families to make noise and be a distraction?

      Military might should not be spun, but Romney should voice (and follow through) on his commitment to our National Security and to the armed forces who sacrifice so much to preserve our freedom.

      • iaintlyin

        By no means am I putting additional burden on military families. What I’m suggesting is that Romney give them the respect they deserve and the voice they should have. Its a no lose tack for Romney and again, to reiterate, Romneys stance as compared to 0’s is 180*.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          I was more thinking that military families should not be viewed as counter noise and distraction, but when I saw you explain further to Stranger Fiction, I understood better what you were thinking. I think since war is so unpopular with a lot of people, even though there are people at war with us and we ought to be supportive of fighting to maintain freedom, perhaps an emphasis on national security given current events might reach out to those who like the idea of a leader who wants us kept safe if at all possible rather than someone who wants to gut the military.

      • iaintlyin

        I may be explaining it a little choppy but what i meant was, whenever 0 resorts to the rich 1%, Romney could give his retort to the issue raised but at the end of his answer say “i’d like to address different 1% that you as President plan on destroying and at the same time weakening our defense”. I’d rather not give the whole angle of the issue, it would be too space and time consuming for this forum, but if you don’t see where I’m going with it by now and the reasons for raising it, I don’t what else to say.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          No need to explain further, I think when you explained it more before, I already understood better what you were getting at. :0)

    • wodiej

      Don’t know the % but I do know that Military Medal of Honor veterans endorsed Romney.

  • http://twitter.com/jaz2cox Jazcox

    That’s the Spirit! This is just what we all need and to remain steadfast! A couple of points about our chances of winning:

    a. Romney is winning Independents!
    b. The base will turn-out in droves!
    c. 2008 Obama voters either switching to Romney or staying home (I haven’t heard any 2008 McCain voters switching to Obama)!
    d. Repubs registrations and ground game is going through the roof!
    e. Dems registrations have decline big time!
    f. Romney is financially competitive!
    g. The Country is going down the toilet in too many different directions and Obama will be held accountable!

    It’s no way I can believe this man will re-elected!!!

    • Arrrggghhh

      The turnout will drive this election and the reasons that you stated make me think that we could possibly be looking at a 2010-like blowout. If that happens, the credibility of the pollsters and especially the knee-pad media (KPM) will be seriously damaged (well deserved). If Romney wins, I can’t wait to watch the KPM on Nov. 7. We’ll be hearing a lot of “humina humina”.

  • 12grace

    I love Levin!

  • GeorgiaPeachConservative

    I’ve been starting to follow the HillBuzz blog. It’s important for us to not be Eeyores! This blog radio show explains it well:
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hillbuzzandmrsfox/2012/09/25/exposing-eyores-in-the-gop

  • http://twitter.com/directorblue Doug Ross

    Did the Tea Party go away? Is there some groundswell of support for Barack Obama? Hell no!

    The Left’s information warfare campaign has failed… and we’re going to crush the Democrats in this election.

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2012/09/its-over-lefts-information-warfare.html

    2010 is going to look like a warmup. Write it down. Quote me on it.

    • http://twitter.com/jaz2cox Jazcox

      Thank you doug ross for the link to this website! I am reading it and it’s great!

      http://directorblue.blogspot.c

    • B-Funk

      Agreed whole-heartedly! 2010 was no fluke! Scott Walker was only the beginning!

  • CelesteChristi

    I’m not discouraged, but some are. I don’t get it, but they are. I’ve had three seperate conversations in the last day with nervous women. One of these women I know in a passing sense, the others were strangers. They’re all afraid and dispondent. They all listen to the MSM, (FOX included), and they all think Romney is toast. I gave them pep talks. Mine was much less intellectual than Marks.

    I asked them if they hired me to clean their house, and 4 years later not only was the house not clean it was virtually destroyed, almost uninhabitable, would they hire me again? Of course they all said no. They also said they felt better.

    I don’t need a pep talk, but some do. When you see someone that does give them one. You’ll both come away the better for it.

    • B-Funk

      You don’t have to be an intellectual like Levin to communicate with people. There are a lot of people who just don’t understand what he’s saying. So, honestly, we need more people like you who speak normally! ^_^ Great job getting out there!

    • wodiej

      Excellent.

      “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead

    • IwjwI

      I go into Obamavilles looking for votes and inform them on what the media is doing. They are shocked to find out that the alphabet channels are lying to them. These people are so poor that they can’t afford cable tv, or the Internet. It really is another world that these uninformed people live in.
      A world that I feel I must walk into to help wake them up and vote because their votes do count.

  • wolfveryne

    A note to Mark Levin ,, Mark , after listening to many conservative Talk Show host , noting they are are good ,, but ,, they are all over the board ,, case in point Bill Cunningham ,stating that 44 will win all the time ,, BS ,, all the Talk Hosts have a MAJORITY of the voting audience in America ,, so ,, some one should Co-ordinate all of this POWER ,, to put forth our We The People’s “Constitutional Values” .
    As We see that no Conservative ,, is stepping up and taking over some of these Failed Dem0Gov Media outlets , that are going Broke and out of business .

  • BS61

    Thanks Scoop – I needed the pep talk!

  • wodiej

    Good stuff. This country has a lot of gullible, naive people. I hope and pray some of them are Levin listeners. We must help him encourage and enlighten people what is really going on.

  • ryanomaniac

    Uhhhhh, what am I scared of Mark? Indoctrination. The MSM. Republicans with no backbone. Romney not throwing punches. And last but not least, stupid uninformed idiots who vote. There is plenty to be scared of.

    • PhillyCon

      You are right on the money, and its not pessimistic to state the current state of affairs. When I talk to those “uninformed”, its amazing how they just regurgitate the media narratives and buzz words. “Extreme” “we need moderation” etc, etc,

      Yes, we do have plenty to be scared, precisely, b/c we do not control the flow of information, and people are lazy. Its a bad combo, ripe for the Lefties to take advantage of. They have been doing this for sometime now.

  • mediaaccess1
  • SKL53

    Mark is on the money!!! Obama is our greatest weapon of MASS DESTRUCTION and America knows this! Just look at the true unskewed polls. Americans will send him packing on the 6th of November!

  • Paul C.

    R&R 2012 because it’s our Survival.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rich-Wojcik/1252071956 Rich Wojcik

    Lee Iacocca Says:

    ‘Am I the only guy in this country who’s fed up with what’s happening? Where the hell is our outrage with this so called president? We should be screaming bloody murder! We’ve got a gang of tax cheating clueless leftists trying to steer our ship of state right over a cliff, we’ve got corporate gangsters stealing us blind, and we can’t even run a ridiculous cash-for-clunkers program without losing $26 billion of the taxpayers’ money, much less build a hybrid car. But instead of getting mad, everyone sits around and nods their heads when the politicians say, ‘trust me the economy is getting better…’

    Better? You’ve got to be kidding. This is America , not the damned, ‘Titanic’. I’ll give you a sound bite: ‘Throw all the Democrats out along with Obama!’

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000351733231 Knightswood Farm

    wow ,that is so powerful…i wish all Americans could hear this on their way to the polling booth…

  • http://saberpoint.blogspot.com Stogie Chomper

    Great post. Love Mark Levin. His no-nonsense approach is great. Thanks Mark, I needed that.

    • DebbyX

      After listening to Pat Caddell, I REALLY needed that…………whew!