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:
Mitch 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.
No doubt you’ll be campaigning for a ban on earmarks soon, Senator – because you’re typical.
You’re the problem. You gotta go. Get.Out.
Mitch McConnell: You’re corrupt, squishy and probably going to lose your seat to a Democrat because the people of Kentucky are on to you: A recent Public Policy Polling survey showed him tied in a hypothetical race against Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky’s Democratic secretary of state, weeks before she announced she was running on July 1. It’s clear what’s needed, folks – a solid conservative to throw this windbag turncoat to the curb before he can even get to the general election.
Remember when the Hollywood actress was rumored to be running against you? A real conservative would not have to do anything to beat a dopey liberal actress in Kentucky – but not you. You had to gather your brain trust and smear political powerhouse Ashley Judd, who was running a mere 4 points behind you in the polls. What?
That’s right – the star of “Monster” was scaring the Shiite out of your RINO behind and your answer to defeating her was: A. Re-assert your well-held conservative principals to rally the base; B. Talk about your record; C. Speak on the importance of the Constitution; or D. Get your aides together and discuss a strategy to paint her as “emotionally unbalanced”?
If you guessed “D” you win a cookie and a free ticket to the “Mitch McConnell’s a Jackass Too! Party” the day after the Kentucky’s 2014 primary election. Ashley Judd was never going to be a senator from Kentucky, Mitch old buddy. I don’t care how much money she raised from Tinsel Village, it was never going to happen. But you’re such an unpopular Senator (some polls say the most unpopular in the nation) that it doesn’t surprise me you’d stoop to demonizing the talented – and may I say – pretty damn hot, Ms. Judd like that.
Do you have any clue the kind of jerk-off you would have been thought of as if she had actually run and you would have run a campaign like that? She’s a rape victim you idiot – what kind of dumbness are you surrounded with? Have you ever had an extended conversation with a female not in your family, under 65? That shiite don’t fly, friendo..
But like I said, it doesn’t surprise me when we take a look at how you’ve abused the conservative Americans who have honored you by sending you to Washington – only to have you collude with Democrats clearly in the act of ruining this nation. They are taking this place apart one tradition at a time and you are not just standing by – you’re helping. How dare you bad mouth Senator Cruz and work behind the scenes to undermine the efforts of patriots like Mike Lee? Oh, you got the endorsement of Marco Rubio, so you’re the Tea Party guy now? No, you’re the guy being endorsed by the Amnesty guy now (don’t tell me how Rubio’s reconsidered his own bill, I’m not buying it).
Have fun with Marco in 2014 running for your metaphoric lives in the primary because that’s exactly what’s going down in Florida and Kentucky: The Senate Conservatives Fund has endorsed Matt Bevin against Mitch McConnell, saying:
“Matt Bevin is a true conservative who will fight to stop the massive spending, bailouts, and debt that are destroying our country.. He is not afraid to stand up to the establishment and he will do what it takes to stop Obamacare.. Mitch McConnell has the support of the entire Washington establishment and he will do anything to hold on to power..”
And with that, I say schmell ‘ya later, Mitch – I can’t say it any better than that!