Mitch McConnell Still Doesn’t Get it

McConnell_ObamaCareIncoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (RINO-KY) still doesn’t get it (and if you don’t get it at this point, you don’t want to get it).  McConnell is afraid that some of these congressional Republicans who believe Republicans should actually act like Republicans are “scary.”

From Breitbart:

Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) does not want the new GOP-led Congress to be “scary” because he believes a major takeaway from the midterms is that Americans want things “done in the political center.”

“I don’t want the American people to think that if they add a Republican president to a Republican Congress, that’s going to be a scary outcome. I want the American people to be comfortable with the fact that the Republican House and Senate is a responsible, right-of-center, governing majority,” McConnell told the Washington Post. “There would be nothing frightening about adding a Republican president to that governing majority… I think that’s the single best thing we can do, is to not mess up the playing field, if you will, for whoever the nominee ultimately is.”

He said that he has asked Republicans to “restrain themselves” in the new Congress.

Oh my.  Behaving like real Republicans is considered “scary”, huh?  Scary to liberals who want to wreck this country.  It obviously wasn’t “scary” to the American people who had had enough of the Left’s agenda and handed the GOP a historic victory in 2014, even though a number of the “Republican” candidates were pretty pathetic.

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Maybe McConnell can’t remember that far back, but it was “restraining themselves” from acting like real Republicans that cost the GOP congress in 2006, and the White House in 2008 and 2012. For those of us who can remember Ronald Reagan, there is no doubt that it is bold conservatism which inspires the American people and guards the legacy of freedom and prosperity in this country.

The article goes on to quote McConnell as stating “when the American people elect a divided government, they’re not saying they don’t want anything done. What they are saying is, they want things done in the political center, things that both sides can agree on. We talk about the things where there may be some agreement.”

Newsflash: the American people didn’t elect a “divided government.” They elected a solid Republican congress, and they had no choice this time around about the White House (though indications are that, if they had a halfway-decent choice instead of Barack Obama, they’d have jumped at it).

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Sorry, take your pathetic excuses for doing nothing somewhere else. Thinking people possessed of a backbone aren’t buying it.

It’s no wonder our enemies the Democrats don’t fear us and have no respect for us. After all, our “Republican” leaders are afraid of their own shadow, cowed into refusing to even fight for our documented values.  What opponent in their right mind would make serious concessions to the “cowardly lions” we have “leading” the GOP?

What’s more, what is there, really, that Democrats and Republicans (I’m talking about the real ones, not the liberal frauds with an “R” after their name) “can agree on?” Or as Apostle Paul put the divide, “What accord has Christ with Belial? Or what portion does a believer share with an unbeliever?”  Because the divide between the documented values of the Democrat and Republican Parties are about as wide.

As I pointed out recently, here are our options if “agreement” and “compromise” are our chief goals:

Should the GOP “cooperate” with the Democrats in destroying the free market?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with Democrats in promoting vote fraud and “banana republic” style elections?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in trampling and ignoring the U.S. Constitution?

Should the GOP “cooperate” with the Democrats in expanding government into every area of American’s lives?

Should the GOP “cooperate” with the Democrats in capitalizing on stupidity and forcing unconstitutional government health care schemes on the American people? (Oops I guess Mike Rounds and his RINO buddies have already been doing that!)

Should the GOP “cooperate” with Democrats in attacking the God-given Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms?

Should the GOP “cooperate” with the Democrats in burying American business under trillions of dollars in regulatory burdens?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in forcing a radical environmentalist agenda onto the people of the United States?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrat Party in increasing the tax burden of American citizens and businesses?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on out-of-control spending that has resulted in over $18 TRILLION in national debt? (Mike Rounds is pretty good already at spending money we don’t have.)

Should Republicans “cooperate” with Democrats in bankrupting the coal industry and crippling the U.S. energy industry in general

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with Democrats on emasculating the U.S. military?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on embracing Muslim extremists who have vowed the destruction of the United States and our ally Israel?

Should the GOP “cooperate” with the Democrats on providing amnesty for illegal aliens?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on leaving our borders as porous as an old, worn-out sponge?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on pushing Common Core and other statist “educational” agendas?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrat Party on race-baiting and fostering an ongoing climate of hostility between blacks and whites?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with Democrats in cozying up to oppressive Marxist regimes?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on fomenting an environment of class envy and covetousness where some people demand a cut of the property of other people?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in enforcing acceptance of an unhealthy and immoral sexual lifestyle?

Should the GOP “cooperate” with Democrats in enforcing secularism and sanitizing the public square of any hint of our nation’s rich Christian heritage?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats on counterfeiting marriage and making this God-established institution meaningless?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with Democrats in undermining the principle of personal responsibility and fostering a climate of victimhood and blame-everyone-else-for-your-problems?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with Democrats in maintaining access to abortion on demand?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in expanding the welfare state and the sense of entitlement to the earnings of other people?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in demonizing anyone who seeks to preserve religious freedom and protect the Christian values upon which our great nation was founded?

Should the Republican Party “cooperate” with the Democrats in vilifying anyone who seeks to preserve the integrity of the institution of marriage, and protect families and children from the acidic agenda of the radical Left?

Seriously: in which of these areas should Republicans “cooperate” with Democrats?  Perhaps all of them?

Now, unless you or Mitch McConnell can come up with rational answers to these questions, it’s time to pull our heads out and face the reality that the Left (including it’s representative party, the Democrats) are evil, and the enemy of freedom and the American way.

And we all know what they call people who collaborate with evil and the enemy: traitors.

Time to fish or cut bait.  And it’s time the likes of Mitch McConnell and John Boehner were cut from the team.


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Bob Ellis has been the owner of media company Dakota Voice, LLC since 2005. He is a 10-year U.S. Air Force veteran, a political reporter and commentator for the past decade, and has been involved in numerous election and public policy campaigns for over 20 years. He was a founding member and board member of the Tea Party groups Citizens for Liberty and the South Dakota Tea Party Alliance. He lives in Rapid City, South Dakota with his wife and two children.
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