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Our friend Mark Levin cuts to the chase.
Here’s the link to his Facebook page.
Mark’s point is simple: “Forget the damn polls and pundits. Vote.”
Well said. There is a time and place for polls. But at the end of the day the power is not in the polls it’s with you. Your personal activism. Or, as Mark likes to say, what will take America back are the Paul and Paulette Revere’s of America.
We have a little over four days left. And the election is not just about reclaiming the White House, either. The Senate, the Senate, the Senate. Here’s Mark’s advice:
As you know, I have spent the last several months trying to draw attention to, and support for, a number of conservatives who are running for the Senate and the House in some very tough races. If they win, we will take control of the Senate and hold the House, and a number of wonderful conservatives will be sent to Washington or hold their current offices.
As I have said for years, you are the Paul and Paulette Reveres who will make the difference in this crucial election. You are the grassroots activists, the Tea Party activists, and the heart and soul of the conservative movement. You are the constitutionalists who stand for individual sovereignty and unalienable rights.
I am not interested in the polls. I am not interested in reading tea leaves. I am not interested in predictions. I, like you, am interested in victory! We must win this election, and we must win big. And if we do, it is thanks to you, not the polls, not the predictions, not media figures, and not me.
Below are the Senate candidates who’ve been on my program and deserve your support. If you live in a state with other Republican Senate candidates, I would encourage you to support them as well. Just because I did not have your candidate on my program does not mean they are unworthy of your active support and vote. We must take back the Senate or we will not repeal Obamacare even if we win the presidency. And the Romney agenda will be obstructed by Harry Reid and his party every step of the way.
The Senate is crucial, and has been mostly ignored by many of my radio colleagues. These Senate races are very close. Please do all you can to help these candidates and the others not listed here! God bless you.
George Allen in Virginia
Richard Mourdock in Indiana
Deb Fischer in Nebraska
Tom Smith in Pennsylvania
Connie Mack in Florida
Josh Mandel in Ohio
Jeff Flake in Arizona
Todd Akin in Missouri
Dean Heller in Nevada
Ted Cruz in Texas
Orrin Hatch in Utah
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