These three elements are the central tenet of Tom Donohue and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Donohue and the CoC command the constructs of Mitch McConnell. There is NOTHING you can do now to stop it. The only chance was lost on May 11th during the Kentucky primary.
You can gnash your teeth, jump up and down, refuse to vote, call, write and email congress. It just doesn’t matter – you are spitting into a hurricane. That part of the battle was lost in May 2014. Quit thinking about it, it’s behind us now.
However, I would suggest to stop supporting any affiliate of Ann Coulter, Tucker Carlson, and any associate of like-minded alignment. Do the same with blogs and websites who support that perspective. Make that a New Years Resolution.
WASHINGTON DC – To incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), it is more important for Republicans to be the party of yes than go all-out to defund President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty.
According to the New York Times, McConnell “acknowledges that changing the mind-set of opposition” in the next Congress “will be crucial to advancing legislation that will attract Democratic support and force” Obama “into difficult choices over whether to sign measures pushed by his adversaries.” The Times notes “that is why his focus will be lawmakers he thinks he can meld into a governing coalition.”
“All of us from time to time make a point,” Mr. McConnell told the outlet. “But it is time now to make a difference.”
But on the issue that is arguably most important to conservatives–defunding President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty–McConnell is squeamish.
The Associated Press noted that in a recent interview, “McConnell stopped short of pledging that Congress would block Obama’s recent executive actions curbing deportations for millions of people who are in the United States illegally.” (read more)