Levin: What If 'The 57 Million' ‘Decide Not To Produce Or Provide Anymore?’

David James
By David James | November 8, 2012 | 10:19 AM EST

Last night, radio host Mark Levin asked, "What if we [the taxpayers] decide not to produce or provide anymore?"

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Levin was discussing this hypothetical scenario while talking about attacks on capitalism during the election season:

"Meanwhile, the producers in this country, the providers in this country, the taxpayers - we're all targets of the left. Well what if we decide not to produce or provide anymore? What are they gonna do without their precious taxes then?

"What if we say one day, enough is enough? What are they gonna do they? Fifty-seven million of us voted yesterday against them.

"You realize we, the 57 million, we produce more income, we provide more value, more services, more products for this country than the 59 million.

"Well what if we say we don't choose to do that anymore? Screw you.

"We may have to think about this."

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