It’s Time to Fire Mitch McConnell

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Nothing personal, but I… who am I kidding? This is personal – we need to fire Mitch McConnell.

I’m all done saying, “nothing personal” when it comes to ridding the Congress of Republicans who have stabbed conservatives and the people who have trusted them to represent them in the back. How much more personal can you get when the Republican leaders in the Senate are not just enabling the usurping of the Constitution and the resulting destruction of our liberty, but in fact engaging in actions which directly conflict with the best interests of the Republic?

You’re damn right it’s personal and Mitch McConnell has got to go. And not just from leadership – he needs to be primaried and booted from office, put out to pasture and start that lobbying firm he’s been corralling for the past 30 years. Think that’s harsh? Hold on:

Fire Mitch McConnellMitch McConnell just couldn’t help himself at no less a critical moment than the proposal to end the government shutdown he orchestrated with his partner in pork Harry Reid, when he tacked on a nearly $3 billion earmark for a project in Kentucky. I don’t care about any details of this earmark – it wasn’t the time to be slushing money anywhere, Senator. One day McConnell says in public that Harry Reid may be remembered as “the worst leader of the Senate ever,” then cuts a fat-cat deal the next, calling Reid; “my good friend the majority leader.” Then they both lean in for an extended bout of whispering and giggling over screwing the American public so easily.



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