Friday, May 5, 2017

LEVIN: As DC screws up health care, Texas scores big liberty WIN!

The headline says it all, but here are the details (first on Texas w/ some corrective editing)...
The Texas House on Thursday joined the Senate in voting to call for an Article V Convention of States, making Texas the 11th of the 34 states needed to call a constitutional convention Article V convention to rein in the power of the federal government.
Gov. Abbott really led the way on this, finally gaining approval from both House and Senate in the call for an Article V Convention of States. Levin congratulated Texas on Thursday evening's program, contrasting that with Washington's latest play on healthcare, and really digging into specifics on the latter...
CR: Thursday, the biggest news for conservatives came from the state of Texas, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin said on the radio.

The Texas statehouse passed a resolution calling for an Article V Convention of States to amend and restore the Constitution. Texas is the 11th state to do so.

“I’m telling you this is going to be an earthquake,” Levin said. “This is the greatest threat against the statist, utopian progressives in 125 years.”



Levin also addressed the biggest news that should upset conservatives. The American Health Care Act has passed the House of Representatives. The Republicans are hailing the legislation as a repeal of Obamacare. Democrats are claiming this bill will kill people.

“Both parties lie through their teeth,” Levin said, before diving into the specifics. “Spin as they might, this Republican bill is about 90 percent Obamacare.”

“In a word, it does not repeal Obamacare. It’s an optional, partial repeal.” And that is not what Republicans promised voters.
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