Conservatives need to act now, before it is too late

Mark Levin, a former senior Reagan Justice Department official, and nationally syndicated radio-talk-show host, tells it like it is. This National Review article is stunning in its explicitness.

4 Responses to Conservatives need to act now, before it is too late

  1. Ajo Joe says:

    Mark Levin is a conservative Republican with years of political experience.

    The best lines from his article are right here:

    McCain has not won overwhelming pluralities, let alone majorities, in any of the primaries. A thirty-six-percent win in Florida doesn’t make a juggernaut. But the liberal media are promoting him now as the presumptive nominee. More and more establishment Republican officials are jumping on McCain’s bandwagon — the latest being Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has all but destroyed California’s Republican party.

    Let’s face it, none of the candidates are perfect. They never are. But McCain is the least perfect of the viable candidates. The only one left standing who can honestly be said to share most of our conservative principles is Mitt Romney

  2. Mr. Conservative says:

    It’s about time the conservatives gathered around a good candidate who can win… This blog has been for Romney for a while… I just wish Sean Hannity and the other talk radio hosts had come out for Romney a month ago.. The idea of McCain winning the GOP nomination makes me sick!!!

  3. James says:

    I heard Newt Gingrich this evening. During his interview he all but endorsed Mitt, but stayed just far enough back from doing so.

    These conservatives who are treading so lightly will do nothing but ensure we get Hillary back on Pennsylvania Avenue.

  4. Maggie says:

    That’s true, James. In the end, McCain cannot win. He is the Bob Dole of 2008. Too old and thinks he is finally entitled to the big prize. It will forever elude him.