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Published On: Thu, Sep 20th, 2012

Bill Kristol calls Romney remarks ‘Arrogant and Stupid’, draws ire from Mark Levin

The Republican Party got Mitt Romney as their presidential nominee and not everyone in the GOP are satisfied with this, and its causing strife among the neoconservative media types.

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In a piece published in the Weekly Standard Tuesday, neoconservative talking head, Bill Kristol wrote a scathing piece about the recent “47%” Romney remarks that were revealed in a video on liberal rag, Mother Jones.

In the article, Kristol compares the 47% speech earlier this year to the President Obama 2008 “cling to guns or religion” speech, reminding his readers the contempt both have shown to the American public.

At the end of his article, Kristol takes a sneaky, some sharp jab at Romney saying,  “It remains important for the country that Romney wins in November (unless he chooses to step down and we get the Ryan-Rubio ticket we deserve!).”

This criticism, and that of others in the GOP elite has drawn the ire of neocon mouth, Mark Levin.

He calls out by name, Kristol, Peggy Noonan and a few others for their “non-constructive” criticism of Romney. Levin says Kristol et al are contributing to the problem.

In a side note concerning the Romney “47%” speech, an unscientific poll done by CNBC reveals that 76% of people agree with the Romney statement.

 

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