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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Mark Levin: "I Think Obama Is Unstable"

Worth your time (hat tip to Will of MFS - The Other News):




23 comments:

  1. Without a doubt, Obama is the most narcissist,
    unaccomplished, unqualified person to ever to occupy the Oval Office in
    American history. But is he mentally stable? I don't know if I'd say that...

    But who can argue with Mark Levin?

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    1. Dangerous, indeed, but "unstable" no. He's very, very purposeful, steadfast, relentless, and maddeningly consistent in serving his agenda to turn the United States into a quasi-European socialist state. OBVIOUSLY, he wants us to FAIL, and becime part of History.

      WHY?

      I believe he was put into office -- not ELECTED -- PLACED -- by the machinations of The Oligarchs whose not-so-secret ambition is to unite ALL countries under the aegis of ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT -- a DICTATORSHIP, of course -- run by these same Oligarchs.

      And who might those guys be?

      Do some research under New World Order, and then figure it out for yourself, because no one in positions of Prominence and Power will ever tell you -- not even Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage and Mark Levin.

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  3. This is what the French president just said last week. With his Syrian debacle, he had to be the macho man now.

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  4. Mark Levin thinks someone s unstable?

    That's rich.

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    1. "Judge not lest ye be judged,"–– and judged harshly -- Canardo.

      Haven't you learned yet that your brand of Rudepolitik is out of fashion? Todays leftists have shaved their beards, cut their hair, washed under their armpits, scrubbed between their legs, masked their stench with deodorant, and put on starched shirts, jackets and ties. They've also toned down their diction considerably so as better to dupe The Great Gray Brotherhood into thinking them credible.

      Get with the program and disguise yourself, if you desire still to function effectively as part of the army of Useful Idiots bringing us to our knees.

      Your act is as stale as an organ grinder who drags around a dead monkey hoping no one will notice as the flesh rots and the flies gather.

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  5. Who am I to disagree with Mark Levin, I think that Mark Levin happens to be a genius.

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  6. A genius?
    Please don't cheapen the word.
    He's a cheap rabies radio shock jock who cribbed most of his schtick from the idiot Michael (Savage) Weiner.

    The sad fact here is that people get there opinions from dicks like Levin, Weiner, Limbaugh, Beck and the rest of the rabies radio ilk.

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    1. My criticism of your last "remark" perfectly applies here as well, Canardo.

      Your tired, cliché-ridden rhetoric is reminiscent of three-day-old garlic breath from an unclean mouth.

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  7. Face it Ducky, you wouldn't know a "genius" if they bit you in your dumb ass.
    Maybe because he's not like the Vile lefty talk show hosts that you listen too, who practice the Libtard antics. Like Randi Rhodes and Bill Maher.... .

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  8. There are two problems at work here: the first problem is that Americans look upon their elected politicians with the same genre of awe they consider their doctors. This is a tragic mistake—in the sense that it offers serious consequences. Let us recall that there are brain surgeons in practice today that finished last in their class. One estimate offers the proposition that doctors and nurses kill between 200,000 and 300,000 patients in the US every year. So perhaps we should dispense with this notion that politicians (or doctors) are trustworthy. They are not.

    In fact, let us regard politicians in the same way we consider used car salesmen. These people will tell us anything in order to move the inventory. Obama (and all his lackeys) will tell you anything so long as it moves his product. Obama Care is an example of this. They are telling you that you have health insurance options—and this is true. However, none of these options is affordable or desirable.

    Is Obama unstable? I suspect no more, no less than anyone else that is convinced he is serving the interests of the American people by lying to them. As to mental stability, I wonder if Ducky see’s himself as the poster-boy for normal …

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  9. Mark Levin along with Mark Steyn, Rush Limbaugh, Rich Lowry, Victor Davis Hanson, Charles Krauthammer, Jonah Goldberg, and -- yes -- Michael Savage -- and few others really DOES know the score, and tells it exactly as it is.

    HOWEVER, I strongly disapprove of his use of labeling and name-calling, as I did with Dr. Savage. The practice, which has been a staple of the LEFT's arsenal -- along with sneering, shouting, snorting, cursing, libeling, slandering, foot stamping, rioting and bomb-throwing -- MARS the CREDIBILITY of anyone who uses it, and only adds fuel to the Firestorm of Falsehood, Foolishness and Faithlessness currently consuming our nation.

    I doubt if Mr. Obama is any more insane than any other sedulously programmed ideologue. He's a FANATIC who, until very recently, has had some success in portraying himself as "calm, cool, and collected."

    "Willful," "stubborn," "petulant," "arrogant," "conceited," "childish," "unwise," "intractable" and "intransigent" describe our president more accurately, methinks, than "unstable."

    He stands in the way of Liberty and Prosperity with all the "stability" of a mountain-sized block of OBSIDIAN.

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    1. Here enter not vile bigots, hypocrites,
      Externally devoted apes, base snites,
      Puffed-up, wry-necked beasts, worse than the Huns,
      Or Ostrogoths, forerunners of baboons:
      Cursed snakes, dissembled varlets, seeming sancts,
      Slipshod caffards, beggars pretending wants,
      Fat chuffcats, smell-feast knockers, doltish gulls,
      Out-strouting cluster-fists, contentious bulls,
      Fomenters of divisions and debates,
      Elsewhere, not here, make sale of your deceits.

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    2. snite
      sanct
      chuffcat

      All new words to me. I must look them up,and start using them asap.

      A most intriguing use of non-rhymes and sight rhymes in stately iambic pentameter. -- devises typical of the British.

      Could Hun have once rhymed with Baboon? Imagine an invasion from the Hoons! -- or living midst a familyof babuns,

      Tea once rhymed with hay and day, you know. It makes reading some of the oldest English poetry awkward. If you pronounce the words as they were enunciated at the time the verse was penned, you won't be easily understood, and may sound ludicrous to modern audiences. On the other hand, if you don't, you lose the music of the rhyme.

      I usually opt for the music above mere sense, because music is a more vital part of poetry than literal meanings of each word. After all, poetry IS music and vice versa.

      Pardon my ignorance, Ducky, but please be kind enough to tell me from what larger work those lines were excerpted?

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  10. You mean Mark Levin is just figuring that out now? Scary.

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  11. A Credible Conservative Source, says that Mark Levin that douchebag who just just screams and yells, and sounds like a little weasel but never says anything sensible. has been on a Suicide Watch ever since Romney lost the election.

    That's just it, he never says anything. He just shouts about how his country is being ruined, shouts about debt, shouts just to shout.

    He wasn't shouting when Bush was spending just as much money. These guys are hypocrites of the worst type and only are "conservative" when a Democrat is in office.

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    1. And YOU, sir, are nothing but a bloody nuisance -- a lousy troll -- a cancer on the blogosphere. -- a troublemaker, a bearer of tales, a dispenser of ill will, and an all around pain-in-the-ass. Show your ugly, stupid face at MY place, you dirty SOB, and I'll set the dogs on you.

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  12. Forgive me, but I'm confused. At first, I thought George was talking about Levin or some of the other conservative radio personalities ... but then he used the phrase douche bag, which means he was talking about himself.

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  13. Well, at least we don't have a dry drunk with a frat boy mentality as President any longer. He's in a self imposed exile now.

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  14. http://rationalnationusa.blogspot.com/2013/10/perhaps-it-is-too-late-something-to.html

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  15. Of course he's unstable. He's a Liberal. A = A.

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