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Levin: Obama's 'Such A Liar,' 'He Sounds Like Marx'

By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. | April 11, 2012 | 10:16am EDT

On his show last night, Mark Levin called President Obama a liar and said that he sounds like Karl Marx when he speaks about the economy.

After playing a clip of Obama touting his newest tax, the “Buffett Rule,” Levin said, “Stop.  Stop.  He’s such a liar, that I really have to constrain myself…despite what the government is doing, we’re the most successful people on the face of the earth.”

Levin was criticizing Obama’s comments made yesterday in Florida when the president said, “What drags our entire economy down is when the benefits of economic growth and productivity go only to the few.”  Obama spoke to a crowd at Florida Atlantic University where he called for higher taxes on the wealthy.

“He sounds like Marx talking about the bourgeoisie and the proletariat.  The landowners-the business owners versus the laborers.  Where he wants the laborers to rise up; that would be you,” Levin said.

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