On Fox News “Hannity” program, conservative personality Mark Levin told Sean Levin that House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) needs to be replaced in order for Republicans to make headway in Congress for their issues. When Hannity asked the acerbic Levin what he would tell Boehner in a closed-door meeting, Levin answered, “I wouldn’t be sitting in a room with John Boehner — I’d be sitting a room with conservatives figuring out how to replace John Boehner,” Levin said. “I hate to tell you, that’s my view. John Boehner, you know sir. … This country is bigger than the government. Our lives are bigger than the government. We’ll be able to eat, we’ll be able to clothe ourselves, we’ll be able to go to the movies. If the EPA isn’t down our throats and in our face, we’ll still live our lives perfectly fine. The Republicans need to accept this.”

“Boehner is repeating what Obama says,” added Levin. “The bottom line is this: The debt is the interest on the debt that is due. We bring in far more money than is required to pay the interest on the debt to cover Social Security and Medicare, to cover the military and the vets. And what he’s talking about — and Boehner is doing — is paying for all the rest of the stuff.”

It was this week that conservatives met in Washington for the annual CPAC conference. Conventioneers heard from Sarah Palin this week and on March 15 will hear a speech by failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The leader of the American Conservative Union, wihch organizes the CPAC conference, is Al Cardenas - a notable supporter of Romney's candidacy.

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