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Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin thrashed establishment Republicans on his Tuesday radio show for what he called the “RINOcare” bill Republicans introduced to supposedly replace Obamacare.

“Has the American spirit been conquered?” Levin asked of the weakness of the politicians in Washington, who are seemingly afraid to stand up for free market principles.

“The problem with the Republican plan is that it is not a market-oriented plan,” Levin explained. “The substance of this thing is politics through and through.”

“They have embraced the progressive agenda, and Barack Obama and the Democrats have won,” Levin said of the bill.

“The decision has been removed from the individual,” he added. “We’re out of the decision-making process.”

Levin moved on to his next point.

“What kind of country do we want to be?” he asked, explaining that the American healthcare system has been used to “redistribute wealth” and distribute funds through the “welfare program” of Medicaid.

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Jordan Schachtel is the national security correspondent for CR. Follow him on Twitter @JordanSchachtel.