“Cold Anger” – Mark Levin Explains Why “Conservatives” Don’t Trust The GOPe Globalists…

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♦ With control of the House and Senate did Majority Leader Mitch McConnell or House Speaker John Boehner use the same level of severity expressed by Harry Reid to put a repeal bill on the desk of Obama for veto?  Simply, NO.

Why not?  If for nothing but to accept and follow the will of the people.  Despite the probability of an Obama veto, this was not a matter of option.  While the method might have been “symbolic”, due to the almost guaranteed veto, it would have stood as a promise fulfilled.

We are not blind to the maneuverings of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and President Tom Donohue.  We are fully aware the repeal vote did not take place because the U.S. CoC demanded the retention of Obamacare.

Leader McConnell followed the legislative priority of Tom Donohue as opposed to the will of the people.   This was again exemplified with the passage of TPPA, another Republican construct which insured the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal could pass the Senate with 51 votes instead of 3/5ths.

We are not blind to the reality that when McConnell chooses to change the required voting threshold he is apt to do so.  Not coincidentally, the TPP trade deal is another legislative priority of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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♦ Another bill, the Iran “agreement”, reportedly and conveniently not considered a “treaty”, again we are not blind.  Nor are we blind to Republican Bob Corker’s amendment (Corker/Cardin Amendment) changing ratification to a 67-vote-threshold for denial, as opposed to a customary 67 vote threshold for passage.  A profound difference.

We are, and should be, questioning the principles of Mitch McConnell, and Bob Corker; both of whom apparently working to deny the will of the electorate within the party they are supposed to represent.

♦ Lisa Murkowski?  A senator who can lose her Republican primary bid, yet run as a write-in candidate, and return to the Senate with full seniority and committee responsibilities?

Did any republican member of leadership meet the returning Murkowski and demand an affirmation of principle within the Republican party?  No, because they are without principle themselves lest we forget minority leader Mitch McConnell working to re-elect Senator Thad Cochran, fundraising on his behalf in the spring/summer of 2014, even after Cochran lost the first Mississippi primary?

Then came the NRSC spending money on racist attack ads, paying Democrats to vote in the second primary to defeat Republican Chris McDaniel.  What principle is being upheld considering the “R” in NRSC is “Republican”.

♦ Virginia 2012, 2013 – When the conservative principle-driven electorate changed the method of candidate selection to a convention and removed the party stranglehold on their “chosen candidates”.  Remember that?  We do.

What did McConnell, the RNC and the GOP do in response with Ken Cuccinelli? They actively spited him, and removed funding from his campaign.   To teach us a lesson in GOP principle?   We learned that lesson.   Representative David Brat was part of that lesson learned and answer delivered.

♦ Who cut the tax rates on lower margin incomes by 50% thereby removing any tax liability from the bottom 20% wage earners? While simultaneously expanding the role of government dependency programs?  That would be the GOP (“Bush Tax Cuts”)

The “Bush Tax Cuts” removed tax liability from the bottom 20 to 40% of income earners completely. Leaving the entirety of tax burden on the upper 60% wage earners. Currently, thanks to those cuts, 49% of tax filers pay ZERO federal income tax.

But long term it’s much worse. The “Bush Tax Cuts” were, in essence, created to stop the post 9/11/01 recession – and they contained a “sunset provision” which ended ten years later specifically because the tax cuts were unsustainable.

obama_delivers budget_The expiration of the lower margin tax cuts then became an argument in the election cycle of 2012. And as usual, the GOP, McConnell and Boehner were insufferably inept during this process.

The GOP (2002) removed tax liability from the lower income levels, and President Obama then (2009) lowered the income threshold for economic subsidy (welfare, food stamps, ebt, medicaid, etc) this was brutally predictable.

This lower revenue higher spending approach means – lower tax revenues and increased pressure on the top tax rates (wage earners)  with the increased demand for tax spending created within the welfare programs.  Republicans focus on the “spending” without ever admitting they, not the Democrats, lowered rates and set themselves up to be played with the increased need for social program spending, simultaneously.

Is this reality/outcome not ultimately a “tax the rich” program?

As a consequence what’s the difference between the Republicans and Democrats on taxes?   All of a sudden Republicans are arguing to “broaden the tax base”.  Meaning, reverse the tax cuts they created on the lower income filers?  This is a conservative position now?  A need to “tax the poor”?   How nice of Republicans to insure the Democrats have an atomic sledgehammer to use against them.

This is a principle?

Here’s a list of those modern conservative “small(er) government” principles:

• Did the GOP secure the border with control of the White House and Congress? NO.
• Did the GOP balance the budget with control of the White House and Congress? NO.

• Who gave us the TSA? The GOP
• Who gave us the Patriot Act? The GOP
• Who expanded Medicare to include prescription drug coverage? The GOP
• Who created the precursor of “Common Core” in “Race To the Top”? The GOP

• Who facilitated the Iranian Nuclear deal?  The GOP
• Who facilitated the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership? The GOP

• Who played the race card in Mississippi to re-elect Thad Cochran? The GOP
• Who paid Democrats to vote in the Mississippi primary? The GOP
• Who refused to support Ken Cuccinnelli in Virginia? The GOP

• Who supported Charlie Crist? The GOP
• Who supported Arlen Spector? The GOP
• Who supported Bob Bennett? The GOP

• Who worked against Marco Rubio? The GOP
• Who worked against Rand Paul? The GOP
• Who worked against Ted Cruz? The GOP
• Who worked against Mike Lee? The GOP
• Who worked against Jim DeMint? The GOP
• Who worked against Ronald Reagan? The GOP

• Who said “I think we are going to crush [the Tea Party] everywhere.”? The GOP (Mitch McConnell)… and who else said recently the Tea Party needs to be eliminated/destroyed?  Tom Donohue, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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… Yeah, funny that !

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55 Responses to “Cold Anger” – Mark Levin Explains Why “Conservatives” Don’t Trust The GOPe Globalists…

  1. 1321weave says:

    These fanny-wipes make me sick. I am far more sickened by the liars on “our” side than the liars on the other.

    Liked by 15 people

  2. Sam says:

    Wish I’d had this list half an hour ago when the RNC called wanting a donation. I said not only no, but He11 no! I could have read this list to illustrate my point.

    Liked by 10 people

  3. varsityward says:

    Mark Levin is the MAN… and this opinion has nothing to do with the mega crush I have on him!

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  4. Kristi says:

    Mark Levin is a CONSERVATIVE PATRIOT!!

    Global Warming aka Climate Change is a HOAX and very Fraudulent!!

    Only Our True GOD who art in HEAVEN CONTROLS the WEATHER ( UNIVERSE ) and the EARTH!!

    Please PRAY for our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America and Israel-Yisrael Everyday!! “PRAY WITHOUT CEASING.” ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )!!

    Love Always and Shalom Everyone,

    Kristi

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    • Patricia Cate says:

      Have you all seen the latest issue of the National Geographic? Still pushing climate change.

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    • MRM says:

      Years ago there was a movement to pray for America (Deliver us from evil) every night at 9:00 local time. I’ve done it for years (i have a reminder set on my phone), assuming that there are at least a couple of others still doing so. If not, maybe it’s time to start this again….

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      • texan59 says:

        Well looky who’s here. How are you Miss M? I remember you talking about this and I think you started a movement around here for awhile. Wouldn’t hurt a thing to start this back up. 🙂

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        • MRM says:

          All good, Tex – hope you’re the same!
          “Where two or more are gathered…” Can’t hurt at all, and who knows… maybe it’ll help! Also, if anyone wants to change the time or add another one (maybe even every hour on the hour) I’m game for that. Pray without ceasing pretty much sums it up!

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      • texasgypsy53 says:

        “Where two or more are gathered in My Name, there am I also”…yep that’ll work for me..😇

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      • haypa2haypa2 says:

        There was a campaign among Catholics to pray a novena(9days of prayers) for the country before the 2012 election, I’ve continued and my booklet is patched and taped. I don’t know how much longer I’ll need to carry on.

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  5. Millwright says:

    The “elephant in the room” is, as ML hints, professional politicians on both sides are contemptuous of R&F voters, believing they can’t grasp the import of events in Congress and are content with the “approved pablum” issuing from the MSM. And, to some extent, they are right INSFA younger voters’ imperfect knowledge of the operant political processes, (thanks ILP to the DoE and NEA “dumbing down the circula” of mandated studies of government in secondary schools. ) !

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  6. Alfred E. Neuman says:

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

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  7. ImpeachEmAll says:

    Are Conservatives Communists?

    Just had to ask.

    Why?

    Someone and something was not listed.

    The voice of a Progressive.

    “To make any kind of meaningful longer-term strategy … I think it is too late,” Meadows said of the current Nov. 3 deadline to lift the debt limit.

    Representatives Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan and Mick Mulvaney, founders of the hard-right Freedom Caucus, told Reuters in an interview that there was not enough time for House Republicans to rally around a list of demands for raising the $18.1 trillion U.S. borrowing limit.

    Leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives’ most influential conservative group told Reuters on Monday it was too late to stop an extension of the federal debt ceiling this week, but they will not hold it against the expected next House Speaker, Paul Ryan.

    http://www.cnbc.com/2015/10/26/us-house-freedom-caucus-founders-too-late-to-stop-debt-limit-extension.html

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  8. TexasDude says:

    One small quibble. Even with the Bush tax cuts, the federal government has been raking in record levels of money year after year. So, notwithstanding the notion that all must have some “skin” in the game, the issue is spending, not revenue.

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    • lumoc1 says:

      You are right and talking about spending I cannot forget Solyndra (Founded2011: Ceased operations: 2005) Solyndra received a $536 million U.S. Energy Department loan guarantee, Solyndra also received a $25.1 million tax break from California’s Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority. Following the bankruptcy, the government was expected to recoup $27 million under the Solyndra restructuring plan, but no money was ever recovered.

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  9. kinthenorthwest says:

    The good ole Obama A$$ kissing club….don’t need brains or courage to belong…just be an non-patriot.

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  10. thesouthwasrght says:

    There is one shot that we as a sliding nation have to put a man in charge that may be able to rein this goat rope in. 1. And that is hoping he is even 1/2 of what he claims to be.

    Failing that we will come full circle Rome 2.0.

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  11. NJF says:

    Great analysis as usual SD! ❤️

    I have a special OT. I recently registered/signed up to volunteer at Trump’s website. It seems signing up means I will be getting campaign updates, and I got my first one yesterday (which I’ve only just read). It outlines upcoming events, as well as recent poll info.

    What caught my eye was his reference to strong recent poll #s, including the following Team Trump observation:

    “We are doing better than ever […]even if the media won’t report on it.”

    The last bit was a highlighted hyperlink, and imagine my surprise when I was taken to the following webpage….

    YouGov National Poll – Donald Trump Continues To Dominate Field With All Demographics….

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/10/14/yougov-national-poll-donald-trump-continues-to-dominate-field-with-all-demographics/

    Way to go SD & CTH!

    🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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    • Pentheus says:

      I signed up for Hillary’s emails just out of schadenfreude – I got 7 this week about her birthday.

      10/26 Official Clinton Campaign – It’s Hillary’s big day!
      10/26 Bill Clinton – Help me out with this: (add your name to wish Hillary a happy birthday)
      10/25 Barbara Boxer – I want to do something special for Hillary (will you sign her birthday card today?)
      10/25 Chelsea Clinton – Will you sign my mom’s birthday card?
      10/25 Barbara Mikulski – The original ‘girl squad’ (will you join me in wishing her just the happiest birthday?)
      10/24 Bill Clinton – Is your name on Hillary’s birthday card?

      Point made? I was wrong about 7, it was actually 11 total beginning on October 16th.

      I also signed up for the top 5 GOP candidate’s emails. With the exception of Trump’s, all of them are pretty much this on a daily basis:

      “I wish I didn’t have to ask again… but will you make a special contribution of $35 or as much as $100 to help me and my campaign prepare for the onslaught we’re about to endure?
      I’ve asked my staff to prepare this special, secure link just for you: take just TWO minutes to click and make a special donation.”

      GO TRUMP!!!

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  12. judyw says:

    Thanks for keeping the truth in focus for us!

    Liked by 1 person

  13. texan59 says:

    Ayotte backs Bronco Bama climate bill. With R’s like this, who needs the D’s? 👿

    http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-energy/2015/10/pro-morning-energy-pro-210909

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  14. yohio says:

    How disturbing, is there one and I mean just ONE damn republican who doesn’t vote for everything the dems put up.

    Liked by 2 people

    • texasgypsy53 says:

      The congress needs a very strong disinfectant right away…I say flood the phones and tell them they’re through promising their lies to get the job…yer fired. Tell them Trump is coming,and we put him there.😠😠✈

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  15. Col.(R) Ken says:

    We The People have to “Cowboy Up” , Trump’s bugle has sounded Assembly, it’s time, “Rough Riders. Saddle Up”!!!

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  16. fred says:

    I know what they are doing we all do….question is what to do back to them cause it needs to be preplanned so as not to have the tea parties fate occur again. How can these people be punished by common voters like ourselves or do we just have to eat what they are pushing. We can make a 3rd party or stay home and not vote but there must be a better and more immediate way to get their attention or we are sitting ducks cause you can be sure they have battle plans.

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    • Ace says:

      Our goal is not to punish the GOP…
      Our goal is to annihilate it.

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      • Ace says:

        The left wing extremists have infiltrated and poisoned all our institutions. Education, religion, political. media. If you think this will be corrected by next election day, you are sadly mistaken.
        Think “not in your lifetime”.
        This is a long term war.

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        • gazill says:

          You are correct, a long term war. Unfortunately, the left (on both sides of the aisle) have been fighting it for several decades. Our side is late to the party, so a tremendous amount needs to be done. I do think the eventual collapse will open many eyes; I just hope we have enough to show those open eyes the light.

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    • texasgypsy53 says:

      I’d march on washington,camp out on the streets and greet them every morning. Time for us to bring our own damn bullhorns and make enough noise screaming Trumps name, they’ll need Excedrin right along with the whiskey.

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  17. Garrison Hall says:

    “We can make a 3rd party or stay home and not vote but there must be a better and more immediate way to get their attention or we are sitting ducks cause you can be sure they have battle plans.”

    Vote for Trump. There are few people in America who have a better understand of the GOPe/Uniparty’s insider politics than Donald Trump. This isn’t surprising because he was one of them for years and years. Because of that, and because he’s no longer playing by their rules, being discrete, saying one thing to the public and another behind closed doors to them, he’s an ultimate apostate—a one time believer who no longer does and, yet, who has an intimate knowledge of all their secrets. His connections and understandings of the establishment political and business class are unique among American politicians. Guy like him just don’t do the things he’s doing. I say more power to him! GO TRUMP!!

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  18. R-C says:

    Funny thing about “targeting”, US Chamber of Commerce–it works BOTH ways.

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  19. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    As normal Mark tells it like it is and he is right this is why we do not trust the GOPe one bit! They have a history of telling us one thing and then doing to other and then get upset at us for not liking it. The Democrats are at least honest as they do tell us what they want to do too us! One can only assume that the GOPe is really a subset of the DNC since despite what we tell them to do they take their orders from the DNC though the donor class.

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  20. davidfarrar says:

    And just how would Congress members get their campaign donations from big pharmaceuticals and big health insurance If they cut Obamacare?

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  21. Stand fast , folks . “The Donald ” has done more than just strike a nerve on illegal immigration . He has initiated a Populist Revolution that has an inner , strong momentum which will propel him into the White House .

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  22. RINOKiller says:

    Looks like CNN has increased the lying narrative on the polls. I urge to send a message to your cable/satellite provider that the cord will be cut due to channels like this that continue to broadcast the lies and taint the facts!

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  23. Lulu says:

    We knew this was coming. The unreal burst for Carson in Iowa. Zooming in the polls. Now the takedown. And blaming “cheesy” Trump? Too clever by half?

    Roger L. Simon at PJMedia:

    http://pjmedia.com/diaryofamadvoter/2015/10/27/ben-carson-the-plot-against-the-doctor-is-about-to-begin/

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  24. Lulu says:

    And they’ll now blame Trump for “outing” Carson’s being a Seventh Day Adventist. While detailing the latter for anyone unfamiliar with it – or apt to disagree with it. A twofer.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/28/us/politics/ben-carson-seventh-day-adventists-presidential-election.html?_r=0

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  25. RINOKiller says:

    NOTE TO THE DRIVE -BYS: The American public is not too stupid to figure out what is going on. Continue the lies and watch your newsrooms go half – empty due to layoffs because of low ratings and cord cutting

    ESPN has already paid the price for their bias.

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