Mark Levin’s Inaugural Day Message …FIGHT!



As President Barack Obama prepares for his inauguration, Breitbart News sat  down with radio talk show host Mark Levin, the bestselling author of the  blockbusters Liberty and Tyranny, Ameritopia, Men in Black, and Rescuing Sprite.  Levin painted a stark picture of the reality facing the country – the rise of  tyranny – but he also offered hope in one word: “fight.”

“I don’t think Obama knows exactly what he’s going to go for in his  second term,” Levin said, “as he will look for opportunities to exploit as  events unfold.  I am sure they’ve drawn up a partial a list, and we already  know that it includes, but is not limited to, gun control; attacks on the First  Amendment such as religious liberty; amnesty for illegal aliens; union  expansion; institutionalizing Obamacare; institutionalizing voter corruption;  de-industrialization via the EPA; destroying the capitalist-based economy via  tax increases, smothering regulations, massive deficit spending, and endless  borrowing; and hollowing out our military; etc.  This will effect all of  us. It will do extreme damage to the nation in many respects. I think Obama sees  himself as correcting historic wrongs in this country, as delivering the fruits  of the labor of other people to people who he believes have historically been  put upon. I think there’s a lot of perverse thinking that goes on in his mind,  radical left-wing thinking. He was indoctrinated with Marx and Alinksy  propaganda.  You not only see it in his agenda but in his words — class  warfare; degrading successful people unless, of course, they help finance his  elections, causes, and organizations; pretending to speak for the so-called  middle class when, in fact, he is destroying their jobs, savings, and  future.  Obama’s war on our society is intended to be an onslaught in which  the system is overwhelmed.”

How to fight that agenda? Levin said the answer certainly doesn’t lie in  the current Republican Party leadership. “I think the Republican Party, its  apparatus, its so-called leadership, the parasitic consultants, represent an  institution that is tired, old, almost decrepit, full of cowardice and  vision-less.  It has abandoned the Declaration of Independence and any  serious defense of constitutional republicanism.  The Democrat Party is now  a radical 1960s party; it’s the anti-Constitution, anti-capitalism,  anti-individual party.  It largely controls the federal government,  including the massive bureaucracy and much of the judiciary — what I call the  permanent branches of the federal government.  The Democrat Party  represents the federal government, and the federal government expands the power  of the Democrat Party.  They’re appendages of each other.  On the  other hand, the GOP today stands for capitulation, timidity, delusion — so  mostly nothing.  Republicans may speak of the Constitution, limited  government, low taxes, etc., but what have they done about them?  Next to  nothing if not nothing.  Even when Bush 43 was president and the  Republicans controlled Congress.  What did they do?  They went a  spending binge.  They expanded Medicare, the federal role in local  education, drove up the debt, etc.  Meanwhile, we are lectured by putative  Republicans like Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Tom Ridge, and a conga line of  others trashing often viciously NOT Obama and what the Democrats are doing to  our nation, but conservatives, constitutionalists, and tea party activists who  are the only people left standing for liberty against tyranny in this  country.”

But, said Levin, the answer isn’t to start a third party – “The problem  is a practical one.  If we go third party, I can see the Democrats winning  elections for a generation.  Given the radicalized character of that party,  that would seal our fate, and the fate of our children and grandchildren to, as  Reagan put it, 1000 years of darkness.  The day may come, perhaps soon,  when abandoning the GOP for a new party is the best way to deal with events and  stop the rise of tyranny.  I think the answer at this moment is for  conservatives to retake the Republican Party.  Reagan did it, and Reagan  was opposed by the Republican establishment every step of the way, including the  Bush family. But this is a constant fight, just as fighting the Democrats is a  constant fight. After the Reagan presidency, Bush 41 and Bush 43, who’d opposed  the Reagan Revolution, immediately dragged the nation back into the Republican  mush.

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