Levin: ‘I’ve Had It With the GOP, I’m a Conservative — I Vote Republican Because It’s Not the Democrats’

Friday on Fox News Channel’s “The Specialists,” conservative talk radio host Mark Levin, author of the book  “Rediscovering Americanism: And the Tyranny of Progressivism,” revealed why is a GOP voter, but admitted he was frustrated with the Republican Party.

“I’ve had it with the GOP,” Levin said. “I’m a conservative. I vote Republican because it’s not the Democrats. But the Republican Party is a progressive party. The Democratic Party is a radical left party. But that doesn’t mean we stop speaking. That doesn’t mean we stop going to the American people. I’m am telling you, to answer all your questions, what is out there for people if we take Obamacare away. The world is out there for people — opportunity, investment. All kinds of things you can’t think about right now.”

“Here is my question to everybody right here, if I may,” he continued. “Why can’t we choose our own health care? Why does the government have to tell us what to choose? These senators, most of whom are knuckleheads. They get to tell me what kind of plan I can have?”

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