Thursday, September 12, 2013

McConnell Abandoning Deal-Maker Role

 Going into the 2014 elections, Team Mitch is really scared about McConnell looking like the crony he is

Bloomberg writes about the fraud:
The Senate’s top Republican is showing signs of abandoning the deal-maker role he’s played with President Barack Obama’s administration, as he faces a Tea-Party-backed primary challenger and a Democratic general-election opponent with national support. He can’t afford to look cozy with Obama.
And, of course, Bloomberg gets it right as to why McConnell said he would vote against an attack on Syria:
Electoral pressures help explain why McConnell was the only one of the top four leaders in Congress to oppose Obama’s call for military action to punish Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians.
That's the truth and not Jesse Benton's phony claim that McConnell was providing leadership on the issue.



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