Levin: Liberals Are Attacking 'Diversity Between And Among The States'

Grant M. Dahl
By Grant M. Dahl | October 3, 2011 | 1:49 PM EDT

Radio talker Mark Levin says that liberals are attacking “diversity between and among the states,” which he calls “the glue that keeps us together.”

Liberals do not want that diversity, so they keep attacking it in their quest to centralize all the laws and regulations in the federal government, Levin argued on last Thursday’s show:

“One of the things that has enabled this country to be civil, one of the things that has enabled this country to be law, that is the people, is the fact that we have all these states and we have diversity between and among the states, even within states.”

“So if you don’t really like what’s going on in your state, I mean really really don’t like it you can leave; or you can move to another community within the state,” Levin said, citing differing state laws on the death penalty as an example.

“The point is that federalism, the diverse state system, is what has actually kept us as a united people!” Levin added.

Levin warned of what sees as liberals’ goal: “centralize, concentrate, concentrate, centralize; and that is when you create a situation where different groups are at loggerheads because its winner-take-all and loser-take-nothing!”