Mitch McConnell: I No Longer Care About the Wishes of the Voters! I am in Charge!

For years now, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has driven the GOP Senate further and further to the left, breaking campaign promises left and right.

While this became blatantly obvious concerning years of promises by ALL GOP senators to repeal ObamaCare, his recent actions against the false accusations against Alabama GOP candidate Judge Roy Moore are loud and clear.
My grandmother stated more times than I can imagine, “Actions speak louder than words!” and McConnell’s actions are very clear.
He no longer cares about the will of the voters and thinks he is in charge.

In this country, he is not in charge, the people are. He only represents them.

In fact, I have said from the beginning that McConnell is behind this last minute ditch effort to stop Judge Roy Moore because his guy, Luther Strange, was rejected by Alabama voters. He was silent on Moore after he defeated Strange. Acting like a spoiled child that lost his toy.
If I had the money, I would put Mitch McConnell through a Presidential Candidate level vetting and throw everything but the kitchen sink at him. He needs to go. We need leadership with the guts to stand up for what is right. Not a squishy leader who is always ready to give in when the going gets tough.
It was not 5 second after the accusations against Moore came out and McConnell could not wait to attack. What a freakin’ spoiled child.
Sen. McConnell knows that Judge Roy Moore will hold his feet to the fire, and that Luther Strange would have been his puppet. That is NOT how the United States government works.
But sans the Judge Roy Moore situation, McConnell has single-handedly guaranteed that we are stuck with ObamaCare after promising for a decade he would repeal it if given a chance.

Calls for his resignation have begun and he needs to retire.

Ken Cuccinelli, the president of the Senate Conservatives Fund, said Mr. McConnell recently showed his true colors when he attributed part of the GOP’s failed efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare to Mr. Trump’s lack of governing experience.
“It isn’t unreasonable to expect Republicans to keep their promises and McConnell’s excuse is yet another example of why he should be replaced as the Republican leader,” Mr. Cuccinelli said in an email blast. “Tell Senate Republicans to replace him now!”
The demand comes after Mr. McConnell tried to explain the GOP’s legislative struggles at an event this week in Kentucky.
“Part of the reason I think that the story line is that we haven’t done much is because, in part, the president and others have set these early timelines about things need to be done by a certain point,” Mr. McConnell said. “Our new president, of course, has not been in this line of work before. And I think he had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process.
Since becoming Majority Leader, McConnell (R-KY) has repeatedly sided with more moderate and liberal Republican senators at the expense of those whom the base supports: Ted Cruz – Texas, Mike Lee – Utah, Rand Paul – KY, and others have routinely been victims of McConnell-generated negative press.
But then nothing happens. Only five federal judges and Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch have been confirmed by the Senate; two of those five will be on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, which, not just coincidentally, oversees Kentucky. After declaring the Senate would rip out Obamacare “root and branch,” the Senate leader failed to do that.
And then McConnell suggested President Donald Trump might have something to do with the problem.

An influential array of conservative leaders are calling on McConnell to resign, calling him a “failure” who “has cost Republicans almost a year of victories.”

“He has demonstrated that he either does not understand the frustration coming from conservatives and the urgency of passing key legislation – or he does not care,” FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon said in a statement on Wednesday. “It’s time for new leadership.”
It is time for this traitor to go.
He fails the Red Skelton test, “from the people to the leaders, not the leaders to the people!”
McConnell, in the Biblical analogy of servant and master, is supposed to be a servant, not a master. The people are the masters.


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