Talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin argued that the United States has an “identity crisis” on Wednesday.
“Nothing has changed since yesterday, zero, our policies haven’t changed at all. The president hasn’t ordered massive strikes on the enemy, nothing, zero…by next Monday this will be a faint memory of a man being cooked to death by the Islamonazis. Then they’ll have to figure out some other way to get somebody’s attention, and one day that some other way will be to strike America, again” he stated.
“We’re having a bit of an identity crisis in this country as a result of what our government and these politicians are doing. I think there is a rejection of our traditions and our customs, and our values…and now we’re regressing” Levin added.
Levin concluded, “Obama’s tolerance for misery, not his misery, he has no tolerance for even people disagreeing with him. Obama’s tolerance for misery, that is the misery of others is very high. He’s not really moved by it, whether it occurs in Africa, whether it occurs in the Middle East, the streets of Paris, just another day, no big deal.”0
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