Mark Levin: Why I Can Not Vote For Ron Paul

Bookmark and Share    Mark Levin continues to stick to his guns about his personal choice for the Republican presidential nomination is between Rick Santorum and Michele Bachmann.  Levin believes that are the most consistent conservatives in the race and have what it takes to get the nation back on track.  But he recently began addressing the attempted conservative assault on newt Gingrich. He then questioned whether or not they will continue that strategy if next November if he is the Republican nominee. He also states how he believes that many of those conservatives who are attacking Newt for not being consistent, are themselves inconsistent in their thinking. But then Mark told his listening audience about a question  asked of him by a friend who works for a conservative website.  The friend asked Levin who he would choose if it came down to Gingrich or Romney.

Mark said in that scenario he would vote for Gingrich over Mitt Romney.

But then he went to explain that the only one he really could not vote for was Ron Paul.

As he explains in the clip below, Levin just does not believe that Ron Paul has a realistic foreign and national security policy.  He calls it dangerous and then interjects some of the arguments that Ron paul and his supporters spew as examples of the United States being an empire, a description which “The Great One” does not believe fits the United States.

He also goes on to characterize the knee jerk reactions that Ron Paul supporters consistently respond with as a “shutting down of their thought process”.

While many will disagree with Levin’s assessment, I for one totally agree with him.  And more than that, he  also captures the same sense of dislike for the Pauliacs who try to parrot Ron Paul, that I also share with Martk Levin.

Levin brings up many more valid points about Ron Paul’s thinking and calls the whole Ron Paul crusade a cult of personality.  Those of you who are Ron paul fans will certainly not like the clip below.  In addition to his mocking tones, Mark Levin intejects many valid points which make a strong case against Paul.

 

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