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Foes from left, right, try
to oust Ky.´s McConnell

Associated Press, by Staff

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Posted By:mikkins2, 2/16/2014 6:42:25 AM

Democrats dream of driving U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell into retirement this year, ridding President Barack Obama of one of his fiercest opponents. Tea partyers have the same dream, but they say the Senate´s Republican leader actually is too accommodating to Democrats. This left-right squeeze is forcing McConnell to scrape as hard as ever to raise money and try to extend his 30-year Senate career into a sixth term. The squeeze also may be his salvation. It obscures divisions among the critics who drive up McConnell´s unpopularity ratings, often cited as his biggest problem. His Democratic critics can´t vote in the May 20 Republican

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Mighty Mitch had a terrible week. Ted Cruz played him like a fiddle and made him expose himself as a conniving coward when he forced other Republicans to vote along with him to raise the debt limit he always wanted, but tried to make it look like he didn´t.

Buh Bye Mitch!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: horacer, 2/16/2014 7:20:36 AM     (No. 9734413)

It´s Kentucky´s choice. Just don´t send Harry Reid another vote. And no, no matter what your opinion of McConnell he´s not on Reid´s side.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: DW626, 2/16/2014 7:25:31 AM     (No. 9734418)

Since when has Mitch been a fierce opponent to 0´Barky?

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Reply 3 - Posted by: StormCnter, 2/16/2014 7:34:52 AM     (No. 9734424)

We´ll see what Kentuckians decide. I read an AP piece this morning indicating that McConnell was unharmed among his constituents for the primary vote, but it was yet an unknown if independents would particularly care about this Cruz to-do in the general election. He´s leading Bevins by more than 40 percent, but it´s really close against Grimes. What a shame if Obama picks up a Democrat seat in Kentucky. I don´t care a whit who becomes majority leader in a GOP Senate, but I care a whole bunch if the
Senate remains in Democrat control. Everyone of us should care.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Jebediah, 2/16/2014 7:54:09 AM     (No. 9734444)

I agree with poster #1 whole heartedly. We have to WIN to get anywhere, and we will not win the Senate by cutting off our noses to spite our faces. Principle is fine, and I am very pro Tea Party, but death for the sake of principle is nonsense.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Rakasha, 2/16/2014 7:59:25 AM     (No. 9734447)

~~ ...but death for the sake of principle is nonsense. ~~

And here, we clearly see the dividing line.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: Coy860, 2/16/2014 8:36:47 AM     (No. 9734494)

Frankly, what would be the difference IF a democrat won McConnell´s seat?
30 years he has been there, through all the raises in spending, and the debt ceiling.
He certainly had his chance to do the right things over 30 years, how is America looking to you today vs 30 years ago?
Has McConnell made any public effort to score points for Republicans by pointing out Obama´s lawless governance? Obama´s desire to bypass Congress? Taxes choking small business, IRS used as a weapon against a group of Americans belonging to the TEA party? Dead Americans in Bengazi..Where exactly HAS McConnell been?

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Reply 7 - Posted by: stablemoney, 2/16/2014 9:13:41 AM     (No. 9734539)

Kentuckians can decide what they want, but the Senate had better decide to get another leader, or there will be new deciders.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: louisianadeb, 2/16/2014 9:26:25 AM     (No. 9734561)



Yea, used to care about winning majority but we see where that got us in the House. Their hands are tied to an extent - but why not lead with passion, lead and teach, lead and inform, stand up with a freakin´ white board like that RINO Rove and explain to low info voters what´s happening to this country. Most are in it for themselves..I hope McConnell loses and if Dem get more votes, at least we know the stripes.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: ruready?, 2/16/2014 9:43:46 AM     (No. 9734586)

Any senator that would vote for a debt ceiling increase is not qualified for his job. The RRB can justify just about anything.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: CleanhouseinDC, 2/16/2014 11:23:13 AM     (No. 9734704)

If the repubs are just going to vote like Dems anyway, does it matter whether grimes wins or not? The net result of McConnell´s "leadership" is still yet more votes to raise the debt limit, or to legalize illegal immigrants, or to allow zippy to do what he wants.

It won´t be different till we remove all of our non- representatives, and replace them with term limited people who believe in the laws of this land, not that think they are the law.



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Reply 11 - Posted by: god of irony, 2/16/2014 1:27:04 PM     (No. 9734839)

I´m a Kentuckian and voting against Mitch in the primary and general election if needed. I don´t care if the Republicans lose the seat because when it comes down to the brass tacks, McConnell caves to liberals. Sure he will grumble and vote conservative on unimportant votes but deep down he is big government lover who puts his own re-election ahead of anything else.

Besides Mitch and rest of big government republicans said you don´t need the votes of conservatives like me anyway.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: kafir091101, 2/16/2014 1:59:25 PM     (No. 9734880)

McConnell needs to go one way or another.

I´ll be donating to whichever primary opponent looks best to be able to win, then any credible third party opponent in November or the opposing Donkey if that´s the only alternative.

You McCain/Romney accolades can just go KISS a DEAD EGG!

If donating to whichever McConnell opponent that has the best chance of sending him bye-bye is cutting my nose off to spite my face, then so be it!

If you have stage 4 melanoma on your nose, best cut the damned thing off mighty quick!

Kafir

PS: McConnell should reign ASAP and let the Governor replace him with Bevin because Conservatives are going to go after him with a vengeance and I don´t think he will have a job come this January!

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Reply 13 - Posted by: Blackeagle, 2/16/2014 2:37:53 PM     (No. 9734928)

If McConnell can hold the primary he should sweep in November.

It´s unlikely then, that we would see a repeat of the Indiana debacle, where in the primary the ´RINO´ was crushed by the tea party guy - who was then spanked by the Dem (by 6%).

This in a state that Romney carried by 10%

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Reply 14 - Posted by: dman, 2/16/2014 3:14:31 PM     (No. 9734964)

GOP apologists, like their Wall Street corporatist backers, can´t see beyond the next election or quarterly report. It will take more to turn things around than "winning" in 2014 or 2016. The process of shutting down the DC merry-go-round will span several election cycles.

Removing McConnell is a step along the way. But don´t just try: do.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: Susannah, 2/16/2014 3:21:32 PM     (No. 9734967)

Yes, indeed, replacing a Republican who´s with you 90% of the time with a Democrat who´s against you 100% of the time should do wonders to advance the conservative cause.

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Reply 16 - Posted by: Rumblehog, 2/16/2014 6:09:23 PM     (No. 9735105)

If toad-chin McConnel needs help packing, I´m only a phone call away.

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