Using the Declaration of Independence, Levin went after Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama in the same way that Thomas Jefferson went after King George in 1776.
"Let me say this to you Mr. Obama. You may have a pen and you may have a phone--no doubt an Obamaphone--but we have the Constitution of the United States. And we, not you, own that Constitution, we own this country, and you, Mr. Obama, do not have any legitimate authority to fundamentally transform what does not belong to you."But Obama was the only target of Levin's speech. He took on the worthless excuse of a Republican Party that is a majority-in-name only (because they don't act or govern like a majority).
In the face of this growing tyranny, is it too much to ask the Republican Party, it's leaders, it's chairman, it's operatives and it's consultants, to defend us, to defend the Constitution and the Republic? Is it too much to ask the Republican Party to embrace conservatism, Reaganism, capitalism and constitutionalism? Is it too much to ask the Republican Party to reject crony capitalists and the statist media? Is it too much to ask the Republican Party to offer a real alternative to big, iron-fisted centralized government? It's time to remove the old bulls and bring in the patriots."Levin noted how the current GOP has continuously played the "put is in power and we'll do great thing," but "they've done nothing.
"Harry Reid, one of the most despicable, dumbest men ever to be leader of the Senate running circles around the Republicans. That's what happens when you have no principles, no strategy and no guts."Wrapping up his address, Levin, who worked in Ronald Reagan's 1976 and 1980 campaigns, as well as in his Administration, said his generation owes those 45 years old and younger the opportunity to vote for a conservative as President.
"That has to begin here, it has to begin today. Ladies and gentlemen, we need to nominate a conservative for President of the United States, and I don't much damn care how we do it!"I couldn't agree more!