By The Right Scoop


Mark Levin explains how the Republican leadership is ramming through a Continuing Resolution that funds the government for 6 months and it includes funding for Obamacare. The House rules committee has also voted to not allow for any amendments on the CR.

Levin says they were supposed to vote on it on Thursday, but the leadership moved it up to tomorrow in hopes that you won’t call, complain to your House member that it includes funding for Obamacare, and sway the vote against it.

Because of this, Levin is going to check the roll call vote tomorrow and he’s going to tell you who voted for Obamacare on the air tomorrow.

Listen:

 

Here’s the following segment where much of the ‘blasting’ happens:

UPDATE: Here’s the list of 30 Republicans who Levin is calling Patriots.

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  • http://twitter.com/MPeale MadisonPeale

    I am disgusted by this.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AQL44D6ZYDWZFFEUHUB6OSAJ2Q Brian

    Where is Rush an Sean on this?

    • 57thunderbird

      Good question.I only heard part of Rush’s show today,and I don’t listen to Hannity very often.

    • aposematic

      Rush, and I love Rush, is still stuck on the R brand. How much longer he can hold on is anyone’s guess.

    • http://www.facebook.com/peggy.thompson.79 Peggy Thompson

      AWOL

    • terpsez108

      of course it’s all about pundits isn’t it?–sounds like Pop culture worship—expecting radio personalities to lead you by the nose ring—call your Congressman

  • OneThinDime

    I will call mine tomorrow and tell him I’ve identified the Dem that is running in 2014 and will begin working on his campaign. I’m done with the GOP

    • StrangernFiction

      You get it.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001424721840 Sheila Firmin

      that’s just what the Dems want…divide and divide it won’t work with me….never would I reduce myself to work for Democrats……

      • OneThinDime

        I hope you have a good Rep. I’ll take my chances with a Democrat.

        • NJK

          I won’t vote for an establishment Republican again. If there’s no Constitutionalist in the race, I’m not coming out. I’m done with timid men.

          • Jazzee

            and timid women amen

        • johnos2112

          I know the Republicans are a disappointment but are you seriously going to support a democrat?

          • OneThinDime

            I will in my district. At least the Dem that ran in 2012 was truthful, unlike the RINO. He needs to go to pasture and a message needs to be sent in this blue state that conservatives have drawn the line.

            • johnos2112

              Look I know you are pissed off.  BUT, voting for a democrat is not the answer.  Supporting a true conservative is.  I never said it will be easy.  The RINO’s do not realize what damage they are causing by not standing up against this prick Obama and others like him.  All this clown is going to do until 2014 is campaign and demagogue Republicans.  Voting for or supporting democrats without giving a conservative a chance is fueling the fire for a USA collapse.  That may be inevitable but at least fight for it!

              • OneThinDime

                Look (famous Obama started) I have given Conservatives 35 years of chance. Enough is enough. Our Dem candidate was actually more center than the RINO. The beauty of voting, I can vote for whoever the heck I want to and I will if there is ever another election in this country, which I’m beginning to doubt will occur.

          • BearNJ

            I won’t. I’ll just stay home. I’ve spent my life in NJ holding my nose and voting for Rinos that usually lose. I voted for a conservative Steve Lonegan over christie.
            In the general i supported Christie only to see him suck up to the bluestate DEMS and abandon most conservative principles. I’m done with that. I don’t need to support Rinos who call me, like the speaker of the House, a knuckledragger because I don’t want the moron Congress to bankrupt the nation. The Rino GOP that curry favor with us deserve our contempt not our vote.

            • johnos2112

              Would you stay home if Bill Whittle was the nominee and their were some milktoast repubs in your district? I say that because even RINOs can be converted with strong and persuasive leadership!

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            • Jazzee

              excellent post

      • Jazzee

        me either BUT only a few of the GOP have my support and they don’t live in my state
        but the WIMPS should defund whatever they can from the nightmare obamacare and they KNOW IT but they have no guts
        I email my senator/congressman all the time and they are losers
        give me rand, Cruz, rubio, etc. COME ON REPUBS DEFUND IT we don’t want it and we know you exempt yourselves losers all of them

    • sacha

      I don’t like the GOP either but if the Democrats win the House in 2014 who knows what they will do to us. Remember it was when the Democrats had the House, the Senate, and the White House when the Stimulus, Obamacare, and the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform was passed. None of these laws are good for us and as angry as I am at the GOP I don’t want Democrats in charge of the House again. So, no to Democrats winning the House. If you don’t like Obamacare but are willing to work for Democrats I would have to question your mental well-being.

      • OneThinDime

        The Republicans are voting right along with the Democrats so there is in essence absolutely no difference. At least I know what the Democrat will do, they don’t lie like the Republicans do. The Republicans just funded ObamaCare.

        There is nothing wrong with my mental well-being. I’m done voting for liars and those are Republicans. At least the Democrats in my district tell the truth about what they are going to do, 100% of the Republicans that won at the federal and state levels have LIED.

        • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

          yeah right dems don’t lie only when their lips are moving..Obama especially

        • Jazzee

          they all LIE sorry…………….good luck with the democrat staying home wouldbe a thought

      • c4pfan

        Hate to break it to you, but the are already doing it to us! Wake the heck up already!

    • JohnCraven

      Can you identify any independents or conservatives from other parties too?

      When I get the chance I’ll be changing my party affiliation to independent but I would prefer to join a truly conservative party which will fight for what’s right.

      I’ve had enough of the GOP too.

      John Craven
      New Orleans

      • OneThinDime

        Blue state so it’s Dems or RINOs

      • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

        I registered Independant I wish we had a conservative party .I think all true conservatives should break from the republican party.I am making my list and checking it twice .I also stopped giving to the GOP I give directly to conservatives that prove they are conservatives by their votes,this way they don’t have to depend on the GOP for funds.The GOP has been sliding to far left for years with the nomination of McCain and Romney.The true conser vatives they won’t support.

        • Jazzee

          exactly I am an independent but would LOVE a real conservative party
          and since the RINOS don’t listen to us…………………….what abunch of losers they are

    • aposematic

      Do you live in Virginia? This past Republican controlled Legislative VA session was worse than any Democrat session I can remember. Pro Bills for ObumaNOcare, pro Agenda 21, pro Medicaid expansion, pro EPA killing coal, and the largest increase in taxes ever. And that’s just getting me started on how the R’s screwed the Virginia citizens this session.

      • c4pfan

        Thank you. People sure are in denial.

        • aposematic

          If I could say how I really felt about these so called VA Republicans I would get kicked off TRS.

    • http://www.facebook.com/mary.coon.180 Mary Coon

      Has everyone forgotten that they can choose an independent or that they can split their tickets and should have been since the beginning of time as a non-partisan. Which means no allegiance with any specific party and will choose the candidate you think best. If you want better choices in the November elections, force them to allow independents and all candidates names to be listed on ballots and make it mandatory that all candidates must be represented in the debates. It is the only way to make them clean up their act because as long as people are lazy and determined to vote straight party tickets, they know they have the upper hand. If you register non-partisan, they have no way of knowing which way you will cast your vote unless you tell them in the foolish and biased “polls” that are passed around. In the backwoods, we would say that by them blocking all candidates and making it strictly for the main parties a “polecat in the woodpile”. Get on your legislators and tell them to clean up their mess and then tell your states to grow the backbone that the Constitution gave them that allows them to override anything that the government does.

      • OneThinDime

        That’s a great idea Mary! I’ll have to check on my state to see if this is permitted. During our primary there has only been Dem and Repub on the tickets and we are required to vote one party only.

        • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

          La. I am registered independant so can’t vote in republican primary.I wish we had a Conserative Party

        • http://www.facebook.com/mary.coon.180 Mary Coon

          Tell your state that it is full of manure. It is unconstitutional for them to force any form of control on the vote of the citizens. Therefore, it must allow all candidates that are eligible, wishing to run and can afford to do so to be placed on the ballots. The only way that they can possibly get around that is for the primaries but not the general election. The primaries are for the voters from that party to vote on their choice to lead the party in the campaign. IT IS NOT: for the party to tell the people who they chose to lead. Independents have been blocked from the debates for some time now. It is unconstitutional. Make your citizens aware that they are being lied to. They have the right to choose. The Constitution says so.

    • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

      electing a democrat is NOT going to help what we need is true conservatives .I am printing list and anyone not voting conservative on any issue WILL NOT get my vote for any national election so if you are running for president make sure your running mate did not allow the nomination of Hagel to go to vote b/c you will lose my vote also anyone not on this list.

  • 57thunderbird

    Mark Levin Commander in chief for we the people.These imposters are going to get an earful from me!

    • OneThinDime

      There phones are all on voice recordings, none are accepting calls. They have shut us down. It is time for us to file a class action lawsuit and charge them all, every last one of them, with treason.

      • 57thunderbird

        I will e-mail and fax.They will hear from me.Try the local office in your state.It is easier to get your call through.Much more effective if you contact the local office.

        • OneThinDime

          Our local office has told us before they will not accept policy or legislation calls. Our Rep failed to show up for his own Town Hall meeting too. He is a Veteran and makes me want to vomit. Worthless old man needs to get Stage 4 cancer tonight.

          • 57thunderbird

            That is a crock.If they told me that,I would raise quite a fuss.And I am not alone.

            • OneThinDime

              We did to no avail. He was barely re-elected. I will be supporting the Democrat against him. The only way to deal with the RINOs is to replace them with a Democrat. That will get the message across. They act like Dems, might as well elect the Dems.

              • 57thunderbird

                I understand how you feel.But think about the state of our union under continued control by the democrats.I am as frustrated as you are.

                • OneThinDime

                  The RINOs are voting the same way the Dems do. It may take a few elections of solid Dem but eventually the RINOs will learn the lessons when they are subject to the laws passed when their butts are tossed out.

                • 57thunderbird

                  I know longer have any faith in the ballot box changing anything.At least not in my lifetime.

              • StrangernFiction

                Threadwinner!

                They couldn’t care less how angry you are as long as they have your vote.

                • OneThinDime

                  Thank you. I’ll be darned if I will EVER vote for a RINO again.

              • clockwindingdown

                Just make a huge sign saying he voted for obamacare, then stand in front of his office with it, get a few friends to join you. I’m sure at some point he’ll get the message and so will those that elected him. In fact a few signs like political candidates signs throughout his district should raise some eyebrows.

                My guess is he is planning to retire next go around, seeing how, as you say, “he barely won”, there will be no repercussions… He is doing the natural thing, selling out those whom supported him, they can’t help themselves.

                It’s a good time for you to start campaigning!

                • OneThinDime

                  I love your sign idea! I will check with cities in his district on ordinances, I know mine restricts to the campaign season unless it is a For Sale sign. But that doesn’t mean we can’t picket his office.

                • clockwindingdown

                  Technically it is a, “For Sale sign”, he is selling the people out… ;)

                  One is not doing well when their supporters are picketing them… That is just perfect, not only do we have to protest the left, we have to protest those supposedly on the right we put into office too!

                  On the other hand maybe they would get the message we were not kidding when we elected them and expect them to hold to our values! Can you imagine what it would be like to be picketed by your supporters, wow! He might just have a stroke and solve the problem then and there… I know, I know, wishful thinking…

                  It is needed that we whom elected and supported them are also their biggest critics. It is us whom put them in office and it is us whom are there to represent! Never let them forget this and stay vigilant.

                  Seriously though, think about running yourself, you have better values then who fills the position now. Or start looking for and vetting whom you will support next go around…

                • OneThinDime

                  I like your perspective! I’ll check around and see if anyone knows of a conservative candidate for this district. Ugh. With the population of this country, shouldn’t we be able to find 1000 good people?

                • JohnCraven

                  Absolutely. There are good people all around but people are weary and we need to find a way to get them to give it one more time for the Gipper, so to speak.

                  We should be able to create online through FaceBook and Twitter, a alternative conservative party to the two progressive parties that now exist – the democrats and the GOP.

                  John Craven
                  New Orleans

                • JohnCraven

                  This is actually a great idea about the sign.

                  Espcecially if they start popping up in his neighborhood and not just outside his offices.

                  I won’t vote for a Democrat and there is only one Republican congressman in my state worth voting for and that’s the one who was among the 30 who signed the letter urging the defunding of ObamaCare. I’ll vote for an independent conservative or a genuine conservative from another party – such as The Constitution Party – if there is one here. I’m not a libertarian. So I can’t see myself voting for one.

                  John Craven
                  New Orleans

                • clockwindingdown

                  It’s not about party, that is what got us where we are today in this country. It is about values and principles, following our laws and constitution. Leaving our Country better than we had for future generations.

                  We need more conservatives, we need to support them and we need to fight for them, to cover their backs from leftist attacks. We need to hold them accountable, as we would expect to be held accountable. We need to urge good people of values and principle not unlike those that created this country to run for office.

                  Of course good conservatives don’t want to run, who would want to go to the cesspool that is our Nations Capitol, where morals and obeying the Constitution take a back seat to greed and power. If we don’t find and send these people we all suffer. It is quickly becoming no longer a matter of choice, rather a responsibility to go, serve, and return our Country to course.

                  There are good candidates out there, they just don’t know it yet!

              • johnos2112

                No it is not. You support conservatives. Look I get you are pissed but supporting a democrat is pure lunacy!

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            That’s disgraceful! These pos’ are your representatives! What a pile of crap!!

            • OneThinDime

              That’s what happens when someone has been in office for a decade and no laws apply to them.

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                Which is why we desperately need term limits.

                • OneThinDime

                  We had the chance under Bush, yet another opportunity he blew.

            • M_J_S

              We need to start getting a hold of addresses and cell phone numbers and making their lives MISERABLE with protests!

          • PVG

            Here is a comprehensive list of 2013 congress fax and phone numbers. FLOOD THE LINES FOLKS. http://www.nagc.org/uploadedFiles/Advocacy/Congressional%20Directory%20%28113%29.pdf
            Send this link viral. Post it, tweet it, whatever!!!

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Thanks PVG. Going to tweet it now.

        • aposematic

          Been there, done that and completely ignored… Time for a change as the R’s are worse than worthless.

      • M_J_S

        I agree my friend, but guess what? THEY DON’T F*&^^%ing CARE!

      • aposematic

        Lock and load brother, I’m with you!

  • Longiron

    Mark and Rush the only 2 conservatives on national airways with any ba*** to call them like they see them. And the RINOS will wonder why the loose the House in 2014?

    • proudhispanicconservative

      Rush doesn’t call them out as clear as Levin, Rush sometimes does not mention names, I would love to see Rush do a Rush surge, like Levin.

  • 57thunderbird

    If my congressman votes in favor of this ge may as well start thinking about his future employment.

  • AZStandingBy

    the 30 repubs who stood strong:
    Amash (MI),
    Barr (KY)
    Black (TN)
    Blackburn (TN)
    Bridenstine (OK)
    Broun (GA)
    DeSantis (FL)
    Duncan (SC)
    Fleming (LA)
    Franks (AZ)
    Gingrey (GA)
    Gohmert (TX)
    Hanna (NY)
    Hudson (NC)
    Huelskamp (KS)
    Jones (NC)
    LaMalfa (CA)
    Lamborn (CO)
    Massie (KY)
    McClintock (CA)
    Meadows (NC)
    Pearce (NM)
    Rothfus (PA)
    Salmon (AZ)
    Schweikert (AZ)
    Stewart (UT)
    Stockman (TX)
    Wilson (SC)
    Yoder (KS)
    Yoho (FL)

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    Thank you Mark Levin once again. Flat out liars. No different than socialists on the other side of the aisle. Same kabuki different side.

    • 57thunderbird

      Exactly!Not two cents worth of difference between dems and repubs! :(

    • OneThinDime

      It’s because they are all socialists. Boehner needs a really good case of lung cancer with stage 4 bone cancer.

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        Oy! no. I’d rather just go up there and slap him upside the head until he gets it or quits. whichever came first would be good for me…

        • OneThinDime

          I want to watch him die an extremely painful death. By funding ObamaCare he has wished the same on the taxpayers. Him first.

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            I can understand that. But of course congress is exempt from dearleaderscare.

            • OneThinDime

              Yes they are but there is no cure for Stage 4 lung cancer or bone cancer and bone cancer is EXTREMELY painful. Couldn’t happen to a nastier person, Boehner. The way he puffs his ciggies, his time is coming.

          • StrangernFiction

            Hard to argue with your sentiment, given that he thinks you’re a “knuckledragger.”

            • OneThinDime

              They think we are slaves, doing all the work and giving them all of our money. I think I’ll call them the House and Senate pimps.

        • aposematic

          Yea, I don’t wish anyone death, but a good Boehner slapping I’m down for big time.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/KYTC7EGQASGOTQYPY2KPC4XCZY Don

        Until the RINOs understand without the Conservatives they will never win another national election again. Romney removed all doubt of that. When 4,000,000 Conservatives refuse to vote, the the message is so clear even those as intellectually bankrupt as the RINOs could comprehendm it.

        • OneThinDime

          You are correct. I hope the ObamaCare exemption is only for when they are in office because these RINOs will all be replaced with Dems in 2014.

        • proudhispanicconservative

          It’s not that they don’t comprehend, is that they have been in denial mode, ever since the first Rino-moderate president Bush the senior, lost because he “read my lips raised taxes” after winning on the wings of Ronald Reagan.

      • JRD1

        You don’t mean that. Besides he would never have to face the “death panels” that you would. Don’t wish it on him. I can’t stand him but I do pray that he sees the light.

        • OneThinDime

          Actually I do. I’ve seen people die this horrible death. He has voted it on us, him first. He’ll have a lifetime in he11 to contemplate what he did to innocent tax-paying, law-abiding people.

          • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

            are you a christian ? I’m starting to believe you may be a trolling liberal on a conservative site.Wishing someone dead and to hell is NOT something a true christian conservative would say. I think you may be an imposter here.

      • proudhispanicconservative

        You forgot one little detail, members of Congress, and the Senate, and their immediate family are exempt from Obama Care, they will not suffer any consequence of it.

        • OneThinDime

          Oh I didn’t forget. There is no cure for Stage 4 lung or bone cancer. He has forced early and painful death on to us with ObamaCare and I wish the same for him with untreatable and painful illness.

  • PVG
  • OneThinDime
    • 57thunderbird

      That is the straw that broke the camels back!!

      • OneThinDime

        This country is lost. My family died for nothing during the world wars.

        • 57thunderbird

          I too lost friends in conflicts,and most of my male relatives have fought in the country’s wars.Fortunately none of them were killed as far as I know,but it makes no difference.My father and several of my uncles fought in Korea,as did my late father in law.I lost friends in the Vietnam conflict.

          • OneThinDime

            I’m sorry your family has been so affected as well. Obama is setting us up for an attack by the Muslim Brotherhood and Mexico. He has armed them both. He has given fighter jets to Egypt, likely housed in Cuba. Our military is way away, more wars have been started and the veterans who have returned home are having their guns taken away.

            When RINOs vote for socialism, which they have repeatedly done, we are finished. Our seniors will be the first to suffer quick deaths with Medicare just stripped of funding. Obama is using the sequester to set illegal aliens, rapists, murderers, child molesters free into our communities. He will open the prisons and arm those murders and set them lose on white communities.

            His revenge is in full swing and the House is standing alongside him helping him to accomplish it faster than anyone can realize.

            • 57thunderbird

              I could not agree more.This has been underway for almost five years.

      • OneThinDime

        Vote was closed door, 12-3. The “no” votes were cast by Republican Senators Tom Coburn, Saxby Chambliss and James Risch. So the holdouts voted Yes because Brennan and Holder said they had no authority to use drones to kill US citizens in the US. These idiots trust Brennan and Holder? Well there was a drone over JFK just today. No wonder Fast and Furious and Benghazi were getaway with murder projects.

        • 57thunderbird

          How much more can we take before we are left with only the final option?I am no longer sure the ballot box is any longer any use.Time grows short.I fear the future.I never thought I would see the day that I would feel that way about my beloved country.

        • aposematic

          And Holder, Dept. of Injustice, said its hunky dory to drone kill American citizens in Obuma’s Marxist America.

    • StrangernFiction

      Was there any doubt?

      • OneThinDime

        Sadly no. But it does continue to show the true colors of the RINOs up for re-election doesn’t it. And Rand Paul, 100% votes for Obama picks.

    • c4pfan

      Why not? Since when does the GOP stand for anything?

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      OH SH!T!! This is SO too much!! Sorry folks but the Founding Fathers never would have let things get so freaking far.

  • Stehekin912

    I wrote to my congressman. A Republican, but apparently not on the Patriot list….maybe he will be on the list by tomorrow. I hope so. I truly hope so.

    • PVG

      CALL AND FAX HIM!!

  • StrangernFiction

    Come on Mark, let’s be fair here. It’s not good politics to defund a program that is “very attractive” to the populace. /s:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/romney-obamacare-was-very-attractive_705063.html

  • proudhispanicconservative

    I love this rant from Mark Levin, but I think he’s being too lenient when it comes to Paul Ryan, it’s been proven time, and time, and time,and time, and again that Paul Ryan is not a real conservative he is just another idiot that uses conservatism for his and only his benefit.

    • c4pfan

      I know, right? I woke up after he was nominated. I am so tired of them folding all the time!

    • StrangernFiction

      The VP debate alone made that obvious.

      • proudhispanicconservative

        All I can say is Thank you That was the first sign, he was a weak candidate.

  • http://twitter.com/uncmetsgal Carmen P

    This government is akin to a place setting: Knives shoved in our backs, Spoon-Feeding us lies, Forking over our CHILDREN’s money to any Tom, Fidel, or Mohammed that has a hand out, Dishing out economic suffering so as to hasten our Country’s demise…

    If no one will stand up and fight, what chance does our Republic have?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    I use to think things would be better with Romney, this really changes my mind.. damned if we do, damned if we don’t..

    • JRD1

      Welcome!

    • OneThinDime

      We really don’t know what Romney would have done but we were told what Obama would do to those that opposed him and he is doing right on schedule, the promised March 2013

  • StrangernFiction

    “Lapdog conservative press.”

    That would be lapdog Repubican press. They aren’t conservatives.

  • c4pfan

    When will people wake the heck up about the leadership of the GOP?

    Always the same old crap.

  • OneThinDime

    We should all keep this in mind as the RNC continues to call for money. Here’s a simple response: “I don’t give money to the party that voted to fund ObamaCare”

    • 57thunderbird

      I never give money to the RNC.I donate mine directly to the candidate that I deem worthy.

    • marketcomp

      And I think these RINOs need to be called out during election time. I notice that the Republican leadership from Blue States are absent; Boehner (Ohio) where the Governor implemented Obama care, Cantor (Virginia Deep PurpleState) where the Governor is considering implementing Obamacare, McCarthy (California Democrat State), McRogers (Washington Democrat State)! None of these RINOs in leadership positions will ever be interested in cutting Obamacare so we need to find a way to remove these people and until then nothing will go right for Conservatives and as a consequence, the Country. I think it is a shame that no one has recognized that this leadership will be the destruction of the Republican Party.

    • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

      That’s exactly what I do everytime they send me something asking for money or send me a survey .I write them back and tell them why I’m NOT sending money AND why I’m NOT registered republican.I will send money individually to those that prove they have a spine by their votes!

  • BostonBruin

    If the GOP leadership rams thru the CR without a majority of the majority, then these 30 Reps need to change the letter after their names from “R” to “I” and form an independent caucus.

    BTW – why is Michele Bachmann’s name not on this letter?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AQL44D6ZYDWZFFEUHUB6OSAJ2Q Brian

      I agree I have been defended my congresswomen before but now I can’t. She has been shutup by the machine. She bailed on the boeher vote also. I have emailed her.

      • PhillyCon

        Yes. She has been oddly silent. She used to be all over media railing against Obamacare. I haven’t heard from her since.

    • PVG

      Just noticed that myself. I even checked the article posted on Big Gov. to see if her name was there. NADA! This is very disturbing!

    • ApplePie101

      When Michele Bachmann cast the deciding vote for Boehner as speaker, that was symbolic of her having given up the fight. She’s now on board with the rinos.

      • BS61

        I didn’t know that – thanks!

      • disqus_TSv9pSGP3A

        4real ?

  • Sober_Thinking

    Can someone please tell me how the Republicans aren’t like the Democrats?

    Why is it that our freedom and all our chances to stop Obama and the crap he and his cronies are doing keeps slipping away from us? Why aren’t the Republicans stopping all of this? Defunding this? Fighting?

    I hate betrayel!!! I hate it! The Republican leadership are criminals right now. They are so wrong… so screwed up. When will this stop? Those liars/wimps are just as bad as the damned Democrats.

    And America keeps sliding downhill with these morons pulling us down.

    • PVG

      Well stated. Call and fax the leadership and tell them they are betraying us.
      http://www.nagc.org/uploadedFiles/Advocacy/Congressional%20Directory%20%28113%29.pdf

      • Sober_Thinking

        Thank you for this… I just made the calls.

        These two knuckleheads betrayed Georgia more than once already… I hope they grow up and do the right thing for once.

        I’m so sick of voting for these people and having them fail to follow through on their high promises and fake principles. They’re lemmings… and Boehner is the pied piper (just like Obama), leading them over the cliff.

        Man, these people are either selfish, morons, or crooks – or all of the above. This is infuriating!

    • marketcomp

      Sober_Thinking, the Republican leadership is from all Blue States and one Deep Purple State (Virginia)going Blue! This also explains why we can never make any gains as long as The Karl Rove brigade is there. In many ways they are worse than the democrats becasue at least the democrat voters know that they are getting liberal/communist!

      • Sober_Thinking

        I agree with you. This must end now.

        • PVG

          Right now!

    • proudhispanicconservative

      I feel the same way you do, and the frustration is getting to a point where I don’t even want to read the news, because you know that every news you will read is bad, and the feeling of being powerless is what makes it worse. I think we are losing this republic, and that our two party system only makes it worst.

      • Sober_Thinking

        I feel EXACTLY like you do.

        I’m not sure the fat lady is singing yet… but we can definitely feel America slipping away. I’m getting tired of the manufactured calamity and all the bed news nonsense.

        More seemingly answerless questions: Why isn’t Obama impeached yet? Why aren’t Republicans defunding him and his insanity in the House? What are they doing? Why are they doing it – or better yet, why AREN’T they doing anything?

    • notsofastthere

      Just sent an email to my Republican rep in PA – will follow up with phone. Just found on his site that he proudly supported the Senate bill for Violence Against Women’s Act.
      I feel like most of us here….BETRAYED!

      • Sober_Thinking

        Lay into him my friend. It is inexcusable for any conservative (notice I didn’t say Republican) to support that tripe.

        I appreciate what you’re doing! God bless you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/charlie.soroka.7 Charlie Soroka

    Tyranny at work. Mark came close to Gunny tonight. He said grow a spine, instead of: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2M4ilVaAmI

  • james1051

    After Ochavez, Reid and Pelosi, John Boehner is the most destructive force in the Feral Government, and bears a full measure of responsibility for the conversion of the greatest free nation on the planet into just another socialist banana republic.
    He is despicable.

    Guess you could say I’m not a fan.

  • NJK

    We’re people without a party. I don’t see how any sane person could vote Republican again. These people don’t deserve to be in leadership positions. They’ve betrayed those who put them there. I know a lot of people stayed home in the 2012 election, I predict it will be much worse for the Pubs in 2014.

    • c4pfan

      I’ve felt that way for a long time. I used to be so loyal to the GOP and now I can’t stand them as much as the Rat party.

    • ApplePie101

      I agree. The fact is, that the third party is already taking shape.

  • JohnCraven

    Rush Limbaugh today quoted Obama telling someone on tv that “the only way to change things around Washington is from the outside.” And, quite frankly, Obama is right about that. And if I remember correctly, Rush said much the same thing about this quote from Obama.

    Lately Rush Limbaugh has been on a roll and brilliant with his “theorem” about how Obama manages to escape blame for the catastrophes Obama has been orchestrating because he’s perceived, in the vernacular of Dennis Rodman and Rush Limbaugh, as not being responsible for what’s going on in Washington even though he is. As Rush points out he’s perceived as not governing anything but fighting everything that is going on as if he were on the outside, even though he is the ultimate insider.

    Rush’s theorem is almost completely nails how Obama gets away with causing the disaster to our nation that he and the Democrats are causing but Rush doesn’t quite complete the circle. He almost does sometimes but then pulls back.

    Obama and the Democrats can’t do what they are doing without the collusion and complicity and treachery of the Republican Party leadership and their bankrollers, such as Karl Rove.

    Witness the fact that only 30 House Republicans, including, I’m proud to say, one from Louisiana (and I’m disappointed there weren’t more from my state) cosigned a letter to the House leadership urging that ObamaCare be defunded. I’m upset that one of my favorite congressmen, Michele Bachmann didn’t sign it, but maybe the fact that her re-election was so close thanks to the fact that the GOP Big Whigs despise her, may have muted her voice. In fact I haven’t heard much from her at all.

    In the GOP Big Whig leadership and amongst the bankrollers of that leadership like Karl Rove, we in essence have a Fifth Column for the Democrats at work in Congress. Either the Democrats have brided these Big Whigs of the GOP or these Big Whigs actually support what the Democrats and Obama are doing to our nation because somehow they stand to gain profitably from these shenanigans which Mark Levin accurately calls a sell out by the GOP leadership in the House.

    This GOP, under this leadership, bankrolled by the likes of Karl Rove, can never be removed from within as Mark Levin so often calls for. This party is a dead end for conservatism because it’s leaders, the Big Whigs of the GOP, has betrayed everything it has ever stood for and every rank and file conservative it claims to represent. And it has done so for a long time because it has been bought and paid for by the “progressive” bankrollers of our nation through beneficial contracts or what have you for themselves and their cronies.

    Maybe Mark Levin will actually see the handwriting on the wall for the GOP and translate his Levin surges into something even more useful – the creation of an alternative conservative party to fight both the Democrats and the spectre of the GOP who sell out at the drop of a hat. There are 30 House Republicans right now who might be willing to form the basis of such an new and alternative party. With the help of people like Levin and hopefully Rush it would be possible. And from the outside of the present two party structure, as Obama pointed out, such a third conservative alternative would quickly emerge as the dominant party on the political landscape of our nation and truly change things for the better.

    We need to give up on any hope of changing the present GOP and bringing it back to the principles which got Ronald Reagan elected twice in massive victories. Else we are just wasting our time and efforts and money and going no where.

    John Craven
    New Orleans

    Fortune favors the bold! – Alexander the Great

    Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and
    the rule of law under God is acknowledged.
    Ronald Reagan
    Remarks to the Convention of Evangelicals
    March 8, 1983
    [ http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1983/30883b.htm ]

    Do not be afraid. Do not be satisfied with mediocrity.
    Put out into the deep and let your nets down for a catch.
    [Luke 5:4]
    Pope John Paul II [Castel Gandolfo, August 25, 1981]
    Cd: Abba Pater Track 2: Cristo E’ Liberazione [Christ is Freedom]

  • aposematic

    I love Levin and love this second segment. I could pick at the House initiating taxing and spending but I won’t as it is irrelevant; but, spending by the Constitution is initiated by the Senate and the House then can fund the spending or not. And that is the point of the second Levin segment. The House can defund ObumaNocare anytime they want and they continue to fund ObumaNocare with CR’s. Not only that but more significant to CR’s verses an actual Senate budget, the House continues to fund another additional $876 Billion stimulus the Dems put into effect in 2009, via Congressional approved base line budgeting. Another CR will not only continue to fund ObumaNOcare but also increase that stimulus to $4.5Trillion in increased deficit spending since 2009. If the Republican Brand ever as much as pretended to be even leaning Conservative, that has been completely destroyed by this Republican controlled House.

  • c4pfan

    What can anyone do? They don’t care about phone calls, etc. They get their money from big monied interest and not the grass roots. So, now what?

  • http://www.facebook.com/jane.blacksmith Jane Blacksmith

    Are we all wearing a sign on our backs that reads “*%&@ me” or what? Because that’s the way it feels every day when I read the news. Apparently we all swing both ways, too, since we’re getting screwed by both the Democrats and the Republicans. We’re equal-opportunity buttboys.

  • ApplePie101

    Mark should just rerun a rant from one of the half dozen republican continuing resolution cave-ins from the past 4 years, and save time. Deja vu all over again. It should be clear by now that the GOPe has been in favor of Obamacare all along, and as long as the rest of the party supports the GOPe, they’re all accomplices in the ruin of our nation.

  • Diogenes_wy

    Gotta say it. I’m with Mark on this one. Best all around solution is to shut the government down (just wish that they could make it permanent).

  • http://twitter.com/JustWaveHi Wanda

    I expect nothing less of the yellow bellied RINOs in the house well actually both houses. If they had the same HC as we peons have they would have defunded Obamacare. WE. DESPERETLY NEED TERM LIMITS and fr the Zombies who voted for Obama to wake up.
    The only way people might wake up is if they are taxed and taxed getting people in the pocket might wake the zombies up.

  • John_Frank

    Military leaders welcome House GOP budget bill
    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20130305/DA4R6OHO0.html

    FYI – AP is reporting that:

    The GOP measure would fund day-to-day federal operations through September – and avert a potential government shutdown later this month.

    The measure would leave in place automatic cuts of 5 percent to domestic agencies and 7.8 percent to the Pentagon ordered Friday by President Barack Obama after months of battling with Republicans over the budget.

    The GOP funding measure is set to advance through the House as early as Wednesday in hopes of preventing a government shutdown when a six-month spending bill passed last September runs out March 27.

    Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said that bipartisan talks were under way on changes that the Senate would make to the House measure. He said that the House GOP leadership doesn’t expect the Senate to simply approve the House bill without changes.

    “There seems to be no interest on either side in having a kind of confrontational government shutdown scenario,” McConnell said.

    The administration weighed in Tuesday with a statement criticizing the House GOP measure for failing to provide enough money to implement Obama’s signature legislation to overhaul financial regulation [Dodd/Frank] and the U.S. health care system [Obamacare]. The statement, however, did not threaten a veto.

    The White House said the measure “raises concerns about the government’s ability to protect consumers [Dodd/Frank], avoid deep cuts in critical services that families depend on, and implement critical domestic priorities such as access to quality and affordable health care [Obamacare].”

    (The insertions in square brackets are mine.)

  • spin43

    Homeland Security is planning for a collapse of our economy. Stock up on food, fuel, and ammo. If you have a vacation house in the mountains, be prepared to exit your main residence.

  • spin43

    And yet Mark continues to be against a third party that will eventually make the RINOs insignificant.

    • https://www.facebook.com/ritchietheriveter Ritchie The Riveter

      Face it, the major parties have rigged the electoral system in their favor against ANY third-party effort, via the ballot-access laws.

      The most prudent path forward, is to infiltrate the GOP and marginalize the RINOs, by primarying them out and replacing them with principled conservatives.

      Of course, that means harder work for us in the short term … but we avoid the third-party roadblocks by doing so.

    • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

      Because he’s not stupid. This isn’t the 1800’s. You can’t get a new party on all fifty state ballots + Puerto Rico in enough time to have it all set up to be on all ballots, and organized in time to campaign well for 2016.

      And we have a MASSIVELY CRITICAL 2014 election coming up that we MUST win, big.

      But he’s not totally against a third party in the long run. We need to begin laying the groundwork for it now, for sure. But we simply cannot afford to stop gang-tackling the Cotton Conservatives every chance we get.

      • StandProudNow

        The way the gopE is acting now, is there much chance to keep the house in 2014??
        Everyone I know is FURIOUS with their actions. Furious!! I do not know of one person who will contribute a PENNY to the party.

        The entire party is going to face a tough election in 2014 in my opinion. (For many different reasons -too many reasons!!)

        The gopE “leadership” is destroying the party!

        • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

          Like a chicken with its head cut off, the GOP will still have its heart pumping, in the form of contributions from wealthy people and corporations, a little while longer.

          Regular people have had it.

          I say Vote West. Forget what the Republicans do, and just vote for Allen West at every opportunity: straw polls (even where his name isn’t on the ballot), primaries (even where his name isn’t on the ballot), caucuses, and the General (write-in if necessary).

  • Guest1776rcp

    Why is Mark disappointed in Paul Ryan? Paul Ryan is and always has been an establishment yes-man and has a voting record which prove he’s not conservative.

  • notebene

    Once again our government shows how transparent it is. Quietly moving up a vote in order to sneak it pass the people is despicable behavior on the part of our representatives, whom allegedly work for us! More treasonous behavior from a fascist regime.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Several folks mentioned Paul Ryan. I heard Glenn Beck talking with Matt Kibbe (from FreedomWorks) today, and Matt said something interesting…

    He said something like: I know Paul Ryan personally. He’s a good friend, and I know him to be very well-read on the origins of the Constitution and the views of the Founders. But for some reason he is just not… [I can’t remember how Matt phrased it] …sticking to those principles any more.

    We’re getting close to the point where Mark Levin will have to call out Ryan and Rubio the way he does Christie, unless those guys get with the program. And FAST.

    • Guest1776rcp

      Paul Ryan has always been an establishment yes man. Ryan’s voting record proves positive that he is not an actual conservative.

      • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

        In his defense, I can say that when he arrived in Congress, that was the game EVERYONE played. But back then we could afford to let them play it, even though it was always a stupid game.

        Now we can no longer tolerate it. Not one second more. I hope he gets on board. I really do.

        But if he refuses, I have no problem steamrolling him with all the other trash in Congress.

  • http://www.facebook.com/peggy.thompson.79 Peggy Thompson

    The Speaker’s voice mail is full send e-mails!
    http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

  • ryanomaniac

    Well, my congressman is Jeb Henserling. He’s not on the list of thirty. My family and I are gonna blow his phone up today. In the town halls he’s had around here and his phone conferences he’s said all kinds of BS I guess. Its all BS. You basically vote for Obamacare. Your reelection is gonna be tough there buddy.

  • earnye

    With all due respect …., it’s the so-called Conservatives this time causing the problem. There were only 30 patriot Republicans who signed the letter pledging to vote against funding the implementation of Obamacare. John Boehner and Eric Cantor got to the rest of them and they are not standing up for We The People by going along with the dishonesty of voting for the Rule to allow the CR Bill on the floor and then voting against the actual Bill itself. Trying to have it both ways. But this time they must pay. They must be challenged in their primaries. Get rid of them all!

  • jdbaird

    Absurd…I can’t see myself voting for ANYONE in the next election, what’s the point?

  • BostonBruin

    The bill passed in the House today 267-151 with only 14 Republicans voting no.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/286581-house-passes-2013-spending-bill-as-dems-rail-against-sequester

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/George-Bleick/100000064890955 George Bleick

    Any of you that are considering going over to the other side better take note. By the time the 2016 Election process starts – O’gayboy will be running for this third term. That is exactly what he plans on. He’s a conniving, musssssslimmmme – he will say and do anything to accomplish his goal of destroying America!!!!!!!!!! We need to kick some a$$ in the Republican party and get rid of the Rhinos – Term limits is the answer!!!

  • PatrickHenrysBody

    Republicant “House leadership”, aka establishment GOPers and RINOs: discouraging, disappointing, and disgusting conservatives in America as each day passes. Useless fools who badly need to get it over with and switch parties.