Our friend Mark Levin picked up some opposition over at the American Thinker from Richard Baehr, its chief political correspondent.
Here’s what’s important.
The stirrings in Delaware, Alaska, Kentucky, Florida and Nevada are in reality the first ever so distant sounds of the rumble-in-the-jungle that is 2012. And, if truth be told, the internal GOP battle that will emerge with greater clarity the moment the new House and Senate (presumably one or both in GOP hands) begins its work in January of 2011.
This is an incredibly important conversation for conservatives. And Mark Levin is, as always, at the battle front, scouting the turf countless miles out front from where we are today.
Check it out. This fight has barely begun.
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