Rino Romney mute on AZ decision, Mark Levin has lots to say


Rino Romney does his best to obfuscate on any questions regarding yesterday’s Supreme Court decision. He does not address it at any of his campaign stops, but lets his spokesman spin and spin to no end. So forget him as far as getting anywhere on immigration reform. Fortunately, I caught Mark Levin last night.

Mark Levin had an outstanding discussion  on what the Supreme Court did to us in their AZ decision. If you really want to know the Legal ramifications, here is the link to his comments. It is a memorable program as only he can do it, Catch the first couple of minutes and you will be hooked.

Audio replay June 25 of the Mark Levin Show Here

If you do not have time to listen to it all, Right Scoop has this highlight as well as two others..H/T: Right Scoop

‘We now have de facto amnesty’ – Mark Levin on the SCOTUS Arizona Law ruling

 

Now, as far as our Rino, asked by reporters to describe Romney’s views on the Supreme Court’s decision in Arizona v. United States, a campaign spokesman went ’round and ’round in circles, saying essentially nothing at all.  A portion of the cringe-worthy transcript:

QUESTION: Is it fair to say that he has no opinion on the Arizona law?

GORKA: “Look, again, I¹ll say it again and again and again for you. The governor understands that states have their own right to craft policies to secure their own borders and to address illegal immigration.”

QUESTION: You’re not answering – what does he think about the policy in Arizona? Is it fair to say he has no opinion? You’re refusing to give us an answer.

Peter Suderman summarized it nicely: “Romney’s position…is perfectly clear: He would have one, and President Obama is wrong.”  That’s not acceptable.  In a Twitter exchange with ABC News’ Rick Klein. Full story and more at Townhall

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9 Responses to “Rino Romney mute on AZ decision, Mark Levin has lots to say”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    I agree with the fact that Obama has overstepped his bounds but I don’t think the Supreme Court had much of a choice here because this was an issue which the constitution handed to the feds. The problem here is that Obama is picking and chosing the laws he wants to enforce and is ignoring the laws he doesn’t agree with. I am not defending Obama here and I find what he is doing to be disgusting and troubling but it will be up to the people to make him pay the price for his lawlessness because we know the COngress and the DOJ will not. As far as ROmney goes, I don’t expect him to be much better on immigration that Obama but at least I think we could count on him to enforce the laws which are on the books.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree as well. This issue would never have arisen had/if Obama followed the constitution.

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      • Steve Dennis Says:

        You’ve got that right! We can’t get this guy out of office soon enough.

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  2. Always On Watch Says:

    I’m going to vote for Romney — despite all my reservations about him. In fact, Mr. AOW and I are going to a Romney rally tomorrow. Should be interesting.

    Here’s something amazing: my youngest neighbors are now sporting Romney bumper stickers on their cars. Hmmmm….

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    • bunkerville Says:

      For sure I am with you, but I have stayed mum until today!

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  3. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    The only reason I am going to vote for Romney is because he will stop some the worse things Obama is doing with regulations and spending and hopefully he will cut corporate taxes and open federal lands to oil and gas development. other than that,, I expect him to be very disappointing as a conservative.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I am with you. But this was a time for him to step up with something IMO. I just do not want another McCain disaster.

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  4. Kurt Silverfiddle Says:

    I heard Levin’s rant, and it was a good one. About all I can say for Romney is he appears to be keeping his powder dry. Uncommitted voters are up for grabs, so he’s threading a needle.

    We all know he’s not a hardcore conservative, right?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I hope you are right, but he is not going to get the Spanish vote, and I would think the undecided are getting sick of Obama, but then, what does anyone know. Marxism is in right now.

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