Levin against Romney
Mark Levin, like me, is appalled by Romney’s all-out slanders of Gingrich, slanders multiplied by Romney’s campaign millions. He writes that Romney will have so divided the GOP with his anything-goes attacks on Gingrich that he will be unable to unite the GOP if he is nominated. Levin has all but given up on a Republican presidential victory and says that the main effort must be to increase the number of Republican seats in the Congress.
“Levin has all but given up on a Republican presidential victory and says that the main effort must be to increase the number of Republican seats in the Congress.”LA replies:
Here is the incident, as Roger described it at VFR in December 2008:
Sage McLaughlin writes:
I admit to being a little taken aback by Roger’s comment that “it had never occurred to me that [Levin] would act this way toward a caller who was polite … ” I must ask, had Roger never listen to the show before calling? If there is any single quality that defines Levin’s show, it is his needlessly vicious and nasty barking at every caller who disagrees with him on any subject, however minor the disagreement. He shouts, he yells, he calls names, he berates and abuses his callers. This is what Levin does with practically any caller whose comment does not boil down to, “Bought your book and loved it, Mark.”Sage continues:
What I meant was, yelling insults is to Levin as swimming is to Michael Phelps. It’s what they do, and they’re famous for it.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 29, 2012 10:13 PM | Send