Tuesday, October 14, 2008


I heard one of the best and most informative hours EVER tonight on the campaign. Log on to http://marklevinshow.com and replay the audio for the first hour of the program on October 14, 2008. You will not be disappointed, except for the fact Mark used some strong language which is NEVER necessary to make a point. Try to ignore that while Mark Levin reviews Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals written in 1971 and it so jives with the Obama campaign that it is absolutely eerie. It is like the final piece of the puzzle. You will smack your forehead and wonder why you didn't think of it. For example:

Why the mantra is "Change" and why it is so ill-defined.
Why his relationships with radicals were real and far more intimate than anyone is charging.
Why Wall Street, Iraq, etc. are so central to the campaign language.
How to tap general dissatisfaction.
Why having no moral absolutes is so critical for the movement's success.

Tune in and enjoy.


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