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Thread: Mark Levin Rips Into Rand Paul Over Iran

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    Rand is under attack like no other politician and yet all he does is stand up for fiscal sanity at home and abroad.

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    Please consider liking my response tweet to Levin if you agree. Might be fun if it boosts visibility on Levin's own twitter lol. UPDATE:That said if you use your real name there is evidence (see video below) that the Israeli government and/or it's supporters will target your private life to stifle dissent. Proceed with caution:
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    Mark Levin puts war first and America last
    His bleating about Rand Paul is pathetic

    Jack Hunter
    When Politico reported Wednesday that President Donald Trump was considering having Sen. Rand Paul, meet diplomatically with Iranian officials, conservative talk show host Mark Levin wasn’t having it.

    Levin asked sarcastically on Twitter, ‘Would Rand Paul be representing us or Iran?’

    Then Levin tore into Paul further, as reported by the neoconservative Washington Free Beacon. The talk host’s criticisms of the senator are so ideologically twisted, only decipherable through a dated Bush-Cheney-era foreign policy lens, that it’s hard to know where to begin.

    So let’s break his hysteria down sentence by sentence.

    ‘I don’t trust Rand Paul when it comes to foreign policy,’ Levin said, ‘because he’s an ideologue.’

    It is true Paul is a libertarian, which is no doubt an ideological persuasion, who generally believes war should be a last resort. But it is also true Levin subscribes to neoconservative foreign policy, which is also ideological, and which also means he has wanted war with Iran long before this current moment, whether it’s wise or not.

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    Good thing pro-Trump, anti-deep-state warrior Mark Levin is around to straighten out those losertarians
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    Hmm...I thought back channels were off-the-record, not publicly announced. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to call Rand the US Special Envoy for Iran, sorta like Abrams title regarding Venezuela? Of course it is assumed that Rand and Abrams have very different approaches/goals but I find the terminology of calling Rand a back channel strange since that's supposed to be an off-the-record position.

    On topic: Levin is an idiot. EOM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil21 View Post
    Hmm...I thought back channels were off-the-record, not publicly announced. [...] I find the terminology of calling Rand a back channel strange since that's supposed to be an off-the-record position.
    "Back channels" are indeed off-the-record, in that they are not "front channels," so to speak - that is, they are "informal" or "not official."

    But that doesn't mean that they must be "secret" or "not publicly acknowledged." They might be secret, of course - but they don't have to be.

    That is how I have always understood the term, anyway ...

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