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Mark Levin: Obama Not Destroying GOP, Republican Establishment Is
Real Clear Politics ^ | January 29, 2013 | Mark Levin and Sean Hannity

Posted on 01/29/2013 2:29:13 PM PST by neverdem

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To: Kenny Bunk
"Why can't we use the radio to promote A PROGRAM, The PLAN to IMPLEMENT IT, and to discover the LEADER to make it clear and inspire citizen followers?... Those so-called "conservatives" who stayed home are...the missing key

I think you are definitely on to something here. The talk show hosts should be able to find the messages that do three things that are badly needed:

Little more than a decade from now, no one will ever admit that they were a Democrat or a Republican. The Democratic Party is the kool-aid that is the suicide pill that is killing America. And the Republican Party will be recognized as the enablers that did not do enought to stop it.

It is not too late to restore the Republic and with it our lost freedoms. Charles and David Koch cam muster the resources to do it. Is there anybody on this site who can get me in touch with the Kochs or are there enough concerned Freepers to make enough noise that the Kochs will hear our message?

51 posted on 01/31/2013 5:33:40 AM PST by Vintage Freeper (We have it in our power to begin the world over again.)
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