Mark Levin gives brilliant explanation of both Obama and Boehner

The Right Scoop
12/4/2012

Mark Levin steps into the shoes of both Obama and Boehner, explaining the mindset of both men and why they operate as they do. This isn’t a comparison of the two men, but rather an attempt to give a deeper insight into what’s really going on in Washington by explaining the two men.

It’s excellent. Here’s the audio.

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