Skip to comments.Mark Levin Savages Karl Rove’s ‘Diabolical’ Anti-Tea Party PAC: ‘We’re Being Stabbed In The Back’
Posted on 02/05/2013 6:50:39 AM PST by JohnPDuncan
Conservative radio host Mark Levin went after former George W. Bush advisor, Karl Rove, during his radio show on Monday after Rove announced the formation of a new PAC that would aid moderate Republican politicians against tea party challengers in primary races. Levin called Roves effort diabolical and listed the many GOP officeholders who would not be in power but for the tea party insurgency.
Were being stabbed in the back, Levin declared.
Heres a project funded by crony capitalists, funded by corporatists who are not conservative funding a group called the Conservative Victory Project, Levin began. This is the sort of thing Barack Obama does; this is a thing Marxists do; they give a name to themselves which has nothing to do with what theyre really up to in order to try and control the propaganda.
Im just showing you how diabolical this effort is, Levin continued.
He read a portion of the mission statement of the new PAC, taking issue most with the organizations stated agenda of imposing discipline on the Republican Party. Levin listed a number of sitting Republican officeholders who emerged from the primary process backed by tea party support. Levin suggested that it was the tea party which imposed discipline on the GOP.
The diversity that comes to the Republican Party is through the conservative and tea party movement, not through the Republican establishment, Levin said. They backed [Charlie] Crist in Florida. They backed the moderate lieutenant governor in Texas. They put up a moderate attorney general in Kentucky to try and beat Rand Paul. They backed the moderate-to-liberal Republican longtime serving Senator Bob Bennett serving in Utah.
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So which is worse, being stabbed in the back, or shooting yourself in the foot? Repeatedly.
Hurts either way.
The Karl Rove Republicans are no different from the Democrats, they hate the middle class and feel secure within their gated communities attending cocktail parties with their elite, celebrity friends,conspiring against honest, true, hard working Americans that pay for their wealth and power to play the political game!
Suet pudding just came out of the closet is all. Well, one of his closets, anyway.
Once again Establishment Republicans show they are more interested in keeping their own power than in winning elections or protecting the Constitution.
They always fight reform in their own party harder than they fight democrats.
And they don’t mind continuing as second fiddle to the democrats as long as they get their share of the spoils.
It will force the Tea Party movement to go “independent” and form a 3rd party. That will happen.
Well, our task is clear. Support Tea Party patriots. Oppose anyone funded by Karl Rove and his statist PAC. It’s really that simple.
Unfortunately this may mean a win for Obama in 2014 and cost us 2016, but at some point we can no longer just go along with Rove & Co’s GOP-e simply because they think we have “no where else to go” and will end up voting for their guys:
Really, how many times must we be hit in the head by these guys?
Stock up on supplies. We need to be in this for the long haul.
It may cost us a few battles in the near term, but as we withhold our votes from the GOP-e and the losses pile up they will learn the lesson that they need to learn.
I agree, people need to stop whining and get involved with taking over their local county GOP and building alliances for the long term. That’s how we win at the local level.
In the back??
Didnt Levin hate Rove the day before he found out about this?
Excess drama alert!
Can’t wait to give them a good old fashioned cussing when they call asking for money!! That will be one solicitation call I will be waiting for......lol!!
“It may cost us a few battles in the near term, but as we withhold our votes from the GOP-e and the losses pile up they will learn the lesson that they need to learn.”
You’re kidding right. The only thing they’ll learn is to be more moderate. All they care about is winning and they don’t care whose vote gives them the win.
” - - - Rove announced the formation of a new PAC that would aid moderate Republican politicians against tea party challengers in primary races. - - - “
GAME ON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Time to proudly fly your Gadsden Flags, ( I have the black background too), and attend your local RINO Cave-In Meetings.
The Democrats want Communism. The GOP-e wants socialism.
I do not care if I am the last person who believes that our Founding Fathers were given a gift by our Creator that we have now absolutely squandered, but I am willing to get out from behind my keyboard and make my contribution and sacrifice.
Amazing, the energy and vigor the GOP-E has when it comes to attacking the tea party and grassroots conservatives... energy and vigor it never seems to display when going up against Obama and the Dems.
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show: Mark says that the First Amendment was defended today when the Supreme Court stood up for liberty in their decision in “Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.” Mark speaks with David Bossie of Citizens United as they discuss how the Court's decision upheld free political speech and the impact of it. The leftists don't want us to have free speech; they want to run our lives and re-write the Constitution. .
Mark Levin Show.com January 21, 2010 on Citizen's United
“new PAC that would aid moderate Republican politicians”
That “PAC” has a name RINO Rove. It is called the RNC. I have watched the establishment RINO RNC fund fellow limpwrist RINOs while forcing primary-winning Tea Party candidates fend for themselves in the general election. The GOP can stick it from now on. I am now a “straight” ticket voter - Tea Party.
It’s funny. I never saw Rove as the enemy when the drive-by media was attacking him daily during the Bush years. I even defended him. But after his attack on Christine O’Donnell, I’ve changed my mind and told him in an email. He responded defending his position, but I’ve not trusted him since.
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