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    Strip McConnell of GOP Leadership

    Mitch McConnell has aided Chuck Schumer and the Democrats with their irresponsible and corrupt spending. No one could possibly know what is in the bills. Much of the bills are not even complete. It is a grab bag of gifts to lobbyists, special interests and cronies of all types.

    This also started the ball rolling on trillions of more dollars in crony spending. McConnell has aided and abetted the destruction of the US dollar and the economy. He has colluded with Democrats to turn America into a crony kleptocracy. He must go.

    Unfortunately, hoodwinked voters in Kentucky recently returned McConnell to Congress. But this does not mean that McConnell deserves to be the leader of the GOP in the Senate.

    Nineteen out of fifty GOP Senators voted with McConnell to pass the monstrous disaster disguised as an "Infrastructure" bill. It is time to strip him of his leadership role. If nineteen GOP Senators agree with him, then thirty-one Senators must do their duty and remove McConnell. There should be a majority of GOP Senators that will remove him from leadership. The time is now.
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    I concur.
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    Mitch McConnell Praises Joe Biden for Successful Infrastructure Deal

    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell praised President Joe Biden on Wednesday for working with Republicans to pass an infrastructure bill.

    “I think the president deserves a lot of credit for getting the Democrats open to reaching a bipartisan agreement on this bill,” McConnell said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

    The president reciprocated McConnell’s praise at the White House on Tuesday.

    “Today, we proved that democracy can still work. A lot more work to do,” Biden said. “But I want to thank the Republican — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell for supporting this bill.”
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    Send him back!
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    hoodwinked voters in Kentucky recently returned McConnell to Congress
    I remember the R’s clapping and cheering when John Boehner was [finally] outed, and replaced with Paul Ryan. Pretty amazing.

    Quit playing in their playground, folks. They’ll toss the bones and… business as usual.
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    and replace hime with? You all do realize it would probably be somebody worse.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    and replace hime with? You all do realize it would probably be somebody worse.
    Sure, possibly another shill. Like Roy Blunt. Or they could just vote for Schumer to lead both parties in the Senate.

    Optimistically, Mike Lee might be acceptable to a lot of the GOP. Maybe Rick Scott? Somebody preferable to McConnell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Sure, possibly another shill. Like Roy Blunt. Or they could just vote for Schumer to lead both parties in the Senate.

    Optimistically, Mike Lee might be acceptable to a lot of the GOP. Maybe Rick Scott? Somebody preferable to McConnell.
    They might go for Scott, not Lee.

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    Okay. Find someone with the right backing and name recognition to make a run for his seat or convince the voters of Kentucky to vote him out, first. Because otherwise, stripping him of leadership is just a pipe dream for now, much as we'd all want that to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    One figure head can be easily replaced by someone else from the same club.

    Strip the club tied to swamp altogether of any leadership roles anywhere in Congressional bodies, committtees. Then work downwards towards membership.
    There is no political solution, guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    and replace hime with? You all do realize it would probably be somebody worse.
    Oh... how about maybe... Senator Rand Paul!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Mitch McConnell has aided Chuck Schumer and the Democrats with their irresponsible and corrupt spending. No one could possibly know what is in the bills. Much of the bills are not even complete. It is a grab bag of gifts to lobbyists, special interests and cronies of all types.

    This also started the ball rolling on trillions of more dollars in crony spending. McConnell has aided and abetted the destruction of the US dollar and the economy. He has colluded with Democrats to turn America into a crony kleptocracy. He must go.

    Unfortunately, hoodwinked voters in Kentucky recently returned McConnell to Congress. But this does not mean that McConnell deserves to be the leader of the GOP in the Senate.

    Nineteen out of fifty GOP Senators voted with McConnell to pass the monstrous disaster disguised as an "Infrastructure" bill. It is time to strip him of his leadership role. If nineteen GOP Senators agree with him, then thirty-one Senators must do their duty and remove McConnell. There should be a majority of GOP Senators that will remove him from leadership. The time is now.
    I totally agree but I have to call you out on the fact that Trump was also spending like a drunken sailor and I don't remember you opposing it then.



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    Strip him of his freedom. A nice prison cell, bread and water and solitary for the remainder of his miserable existence is in order.

    That we won't do it is shame upon us all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madison320 View Post
    I totally agree but I have to call you out on the fact that Trump was also spending like a drunken sailor and I don't remember you opposing it then.
    Then you don't have a good memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Then you don't have a good memory.
    Ok, so based on the fact that we went from 20 trillion in debt to 28 trillion in debt, raised the fed's balance sheet from 4 trillion to 8 trillion, and had record high trade deficits at the end of Trump's term would you agree that Trump was a terrible president?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madison320 View Post
    Ok, so based on the fact that we went from 20 trillion in debt to 28 trillion in debt, raised the fed's balance sheet from 4 trillion to 8 trillion, and had record high trade deficits at the end of Trump's term would you agree that Trump was a terrible president?
    Trump is a standard big spending RINO like the Bushes, McConnell, etc. Yet the Democrats are very good at outdoing the RINOs on spending. Nothing exceeds like excess.

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    By signing this Omnibus and kicking his base in the gut, Trump has opened up the 2020 GOP primary. Until now, Trump would have won the Primary easily. Now that is seriously in doubt.
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    Trump said he wouldn’t sign another bloated omnibus the last time he signed a bloated omnibus.
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    Look at that pile of paper. It’s like an omnibus. Crammed full of special interest agendas and handouts no doubt. That’s a huge problem. No telling what is hidden in there (other than full employment for international lawyers and legal experts). Probably nobody knows.

    Which member of Congress read that thing before they voted “aye”? Trump certainly didn’t read it. His schtick is that he negotiated a better deal, but he doesn’t have a clue, unless he has a few pages of things that were of special interest to him. It’s not just a “free trade” deal, that’s for sure.

    Nothing that big should ever pass Congress or be signed by a POTUS.

    In the video, they talk about law of the sea and ocean fisheries. That is an interesting subject. But no need for it to be buried in something that nobody has read. It should be a specific subject all on it’s own.
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    (RPF) - Who remembers TARP 2008 and the related bailouts and stimulus? You might not remember, but the government remembers. Politicians remember. And they learned from that experience.

    The outrage was nearly universal. The common people of the left and the right were vocally opposed. The phone lines at Congress were flooded. A new movement was started called Occupy Wall Street, which in the beginning included people from across the political spectrum, opposed to crony corporatism, Oligarchy and Plutocracy. “Too big to fail” and “socialism for the rich, rugged capitalism for the masses” were popular war cries.

    Fast forward to 2020. It’s time again for bailouts. But this time, there is a bipartisan twist. Democrat and Republican leaders alike support payments to every American. Some find this strange. Many people don't want or need it. Not everyone is one check away from the streets. Why is the establishment pushing this, and in such a bipartisan manner? McConnell and Pelosi agree, this is the most important and urgent action they can take.

    The answer is simple. They learned from the past. Call it stimulus. Call it relief to people who have lost income. Call it redistribution of wealth. Call it a step towards Universal Basic Income. Call it the benevolence of McConnell, Schumer, Pelosi, Trump and Mnuchin.

    It is being called many things, except for the one thing that it is above all else. It’s a bribe. America is being paid to be silent. Here’s some cash. Don't protest, don't complain, don't say you didn't get anything this time.

    Now step aside while trillions of dollars once again flow to special interests and the murky shadows and corners of the crony corporatist world. You took your bribe, now sit down and shut up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Trump is a standard big spending RINO like the Bushes, McConnell, etc. Yet the Democrats are very good at outdoing the RINOs on spending. Nothing exceeds like excess.
    Ok, I take back what I said. I thought you were in the "Trump was a good president" crowd. And of course compared to the dems he's not as bad. But still very bad.

    People complain that I want perfection in a president and that's just not true. I want a president that will move us TOWARDS capitalism and liberty, not socialism and slavery. The problem with Trump is by any objective measure he moved us towards socialism and by a lot. Just not as much as the dems would have.

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    Bump.

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    WASHINGTON Spotlighting a widening breach among Republicans, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell criticized the Republican National Committee on Tuesday for censuring Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, and for suggesting that the Jan. 6 insurrection was "legitimate political discourse."

    It was a violent insurrection for the purpose of trying to prevent a peaceful transfer of power after a legitimately certified election from one administration to the next," McConnell told reporters. "Thats what it was."
    So when do we be done with this guy? Canada kicked O'Toole (aptly named, btw) out of their conservative party within 2 weeks. We are slackin'.
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    Once again, McConnell is partnering with Democrats to rip off taxpayers. Massive spending, no time to read it, you can find out what's in it after you pass it.



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    Vote every incumbent out of office.

    We're being governed ruled by a geriatric Alzheimer patient/puppet whose strings are being pulled by an elitist oligarchy who believe they can manage the world... imagine the utter maniacal, sociopathic hubris!

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    Lock him up!

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    Mitch McConnell and Susan Collins, partners in crime.


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    Does anybody honestly believe McConnell would ever let go of GOP leadership willingly? It's pretty clear we're going to have to wait until he dies before we get someone fresh.
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    Our main challenge as I see it, is that the GOP -- the party ostensibly in our corner -- has no intention of representing the voters' interests. By their actions, they run interference for the Left, as the game has it. I see the two as the same thing, run by and for the interests of global elites and corporations and their "great reset" vision. All the GOP members of congress? No...but it doesn't matter too much what a GOP rep or senator here or there says or does. It matters what they all do. It matters what they bring to a vote and what they refuse to bring to a vote. It matters who in the GOP votes with the Left and who assists their initiatives. It also matters what the GOP does about those people who vote and act in one way or another, in opposition to the party's millions of voters. We can't continue to think that the party's structural status quo is the right structure and believe that we will win the legislation and public policy which will return the nation to some semblance of its founding precepts and values.

    I view the GOP as the single greatest obstacle to that return. It seems clear to me that we are the majority. We are simply blocked in Washington and some of the states. We need a new concept of "party", with a structure and rules which will break the control of the elites.

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