Sunday, June 2, 2013

Senator Mitch McConnell a Failure.

 “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term President.” McConnell confirmed.

Senator McConnell, I failed to stop Obama.

The one Job I undertook for 4 years I failed at it, to filibuster legislation in the senate is easy I have 46 other republicans to do that for me, I promised to make President Obama a one term President and I failed. Now my promise is to make the American peoples life hell under this President they are the ones who voted for him. No legislation will pass through the senate even the ones I support in practice and I know will help the American people and  Kentucky.

This President must be punished for his success, killing Osama Bin-laden, who dare him to make such a gutsy call even when the military told him of the risk involved, who does he think he is Churchill?. Although we conservative  led by our Governors have tried to stop the economic recovery by laying off State and local Government workers all over the country creating large surplus in State and local Governments Budgets to strangle the job growth, my God the Obama recovery continues. That attorney General Holder blocking every effort Republicans make to suppress the vote in the November 2012 election he will be punished, that will be House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa job to bring him down.    

Those bastards on wall street they promise to hold the reins on the recovery in 2012 so that republicans could win but Greed, wall street greed took over and the stock markets grew leap and bounds they lose all that money they gave us but those wall street bastards didn't mind because they made a lot of money under Obama. Its sad I will still have to support the Banks legislation in congress to kill the Dodd-Frank Bill although I know the Dodd- Frank bill is good for consumers the country and the people in Kentucky. (looking out for my friends in business there is where my bread is buttered need the contributions to finance my re-election campaign). No wonder wall street didn't care about the GOP in 2012, the markets made more money under this Barack Obama Presidency than any other administration in the past.

I know the Banks and broader market is doing fine making money under this President Obama, the problem is those Greedy Bastards on wall street do not want to pay taxes and if the Markets crash again they do not want to be held accountable. Those wall street people do not like regulations although most regulations are good protecting Americans especially the people of Kentucky. I know good regulations could have prevented some of the abuse that brought the market down and prevented the hell the people of Kentucky suffered with foreclosure and loss of employment. I know that! but that's not where my party is right now, I have election next year and I don't want to get primaried, the Tea Party is right over my shoulder.      

Senator Republican Leader Mich McConnell pledged, "My only Job for the next 2 years is to ensure the President is defeated" and here we are no Job Growth and the Economy us close to a double Dip Recession. Over the past 2 Years The Senator and his Republican Cohorts did everything they could Blocking Legislation, rejecting efforts to Stimulate the Economy, refusing to raise the death ceiling, have their Republican Governors in their various States lay off Public sector workers while giving tax break to election campaign donors.

During the recession companies especially in retail have shed enormous number of workers due to increased technology in the workplace. These Jobs are not coming back, Companies Productivity levels are at their highest levels ever and their profits is the highest ever. Hourly paid workers are receiving the worst pay in the past 40 years CEO's salary are the best in history.

Bio Mitch McConnell

Addison Mitchell "MitchMcConnell, Jr. (born February 20, 1942) is the senior United States Senator from Kentucky. A member of the Republican Party, he has been the Minority Leader of the Senate since January 3, 2007. First elected to that position in 2006, he is the 15th Senate Republican Leader and the second Kentuckian to lead his party in the Senate. 

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