Ending his well-deserved vacation early, The Great One, Mark Levin, will be returning to the airwaves tomorrow to put right what once went wrong. It is certain that he will have constitutional comments on the current state of the Republic/Ameritopia.
Why is all the leadership in the republican party consigned to those larger-than-life personalities on the radio? Is it so hard for our elected leaders who profess to be conservatives to communicate conservative principles?The G.O.P. was at one time a respected political entity in this country. Now they have allowed the left to define them as boogey-men to the low-information voter and the republicans seem to have a death-wish as a party.
The very night the republicans failed to uphold the conservative principle of fiscal discipline- New Years Night- not one republican leader offered one reason as to why they were choosing to enslave future generations with trillions more in debt (As if there were not one decent reason to reign in irresponsible spending when the debt is already at 16.5 Trillion!). There may have been a good reason to go along with the democratic-socialists but if there was, it was top secret. We Americans deserve better leadership than that. Democratic-socialists like their czars telling them what to do. Conservatives are owed an explanation for insane policy decisions. To not even give an explanation is not just irresponsible, it demonstrates a lack of respect for the electorate; we smallfolk just may not fathom the intricacies of these masterminds' schemes.
The republican establishment, the comfortable in office, who enjoy their positions of power and use them to further their own ends and whims has been behind every milquetoast defeat of the republican party since Reagan left office. Beginning with Bush Sr, continuing under BJ Clinton, and only seeming to admit that their lukewarm approach didn't work when it served them.
America will never be free from the yoke the democratic-socialists are forging daily for future generations unless there are strong conservative men and women in office who stand on principle, in truth, adhering faithfully to conservative principles. The sooner the republicans in office realize this the better for our republic. If republican leadership can't muster the courage to lead, then they will go the way of the Whigs- and good riddance to them.
Obama is abundantly arrogant and woefully inept (unless he's spending other people's hard-earned money; he's really good at that). Every victory for Obama and his democratic socialists is a loss to our constitutional republic. As of this evening a poll holds that 50% of Americans (probably not the low-information voters) feel our best days are behind us and the future grows dimmer and dimmer.
Ever since John McCain's embarrassing loss the republicans have been wandering in the wilderness. Romney was no Moses. If there isn't one God-adhering conservative to rise and lead soon much will be lost. "No society is guaranteed success in perpetuity."
Mark Levin returns to the radio tomorrow and, hey, so does Rush Limbaugh. But America needs real leaders who exist in the flesh and blood and not just on the air.