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Mitch McConnell Declares War On Conservatives

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posted on Dec, 2 2013 @ 02:53 PM
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U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) is the Minority Leader in the U.S. Senate.

He is facing a tough re-election next year not only from a Democrat possibility, but more so from a Republican opponent in the State's primary election.

It seems He is taking the threat from a "Tea Party" candidate more seriously.

Many "Conservatives" have pegged McConnell as a RINO and perhaps He now feels the effects of "exposure".

Sounds like a desperate attempt to save his own hide.

Many people seem to be scared stiff of the "Tea Party" and perhaps their Platform


The Senate’s Republican Minority Leader has now made it official – he’s declaring war on conservatives.

McConnell’s latest attack on conservatives came in an interview with The Washington Examiner, which ran last Friday. In it McConnell claimed the he is a “conservative” and went on to offer this interesting take on the present situation in Washington:

“What they do [the Senate Conservatives Fund] is mislead their donors into believing the reason that we can’t get as good an outcome as we’d like to get is not because of a Democratic Senate and a Democratic president, but because Republicans are insufficiently committed to the cause — which is utter nonsense.”




Mitch McConnell Declares War On Conservatives
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Why are so many People Afraid of the "Tea Party" ?





posted on Dec, 2 2013 @ 03:39 PM
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McConnell is purity much the flip side of Reid but the same.

Does that make sense ?

I think politicians like McConnell are afraid of the Tea Party because the Tea Party is not afraid to out these progressive's that have infiltrated the GOP...the truth is a horrible thing when as a politician you are very much a lie.
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posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 05:36 AM
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As a resident of Kentucky, I have zero faith in McConnell. I'm not too familiar with Bevin, but Bevin or Grimes would be a much better pick than McConnell. At least there's a pretty good idea of where Bevin and Grimes stand. McConnell has to go!
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posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 05:51 AM
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The Tea Party is to the Republican Party as the Ebola Virus is to a nice complexion.



posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 06:12 AM
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I personally would like to see the majority of the two faced liars who have chosen to disregard those who sent them to Washington get the boot in every election.

Money buys votes and some of these people are multi-millionaires after a few years in Washington. Last I looked 47% of the Congress and more than half of the Senators were classified as millionaires... Nothing against hard work and rewards but I do wonder how much they had before they were elected and where the new money came from once in office.. ? We will never know IMO.



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