Here It Comes – Mitch McConnell Says More Important to Say “Yes” To Big Government, Than Attempt Defunding ObamaCare….

For a full year and a half we have been saying that THREE specific actions would happen as a result of Mitch McConnell winning his re-election bid. They are:

* Full implementation of ObamaCare without change or removal
* Full comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty.
* Full support for Common-Core federal education standards

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.

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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)

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63 Responses to Here It Comes – Mitch McConnell Says More Important to Say “Yes” To Big Government, Than Attempt Defunding ObamaCare….

  1. Alaskagurl says:

    Mitch, don’t get to comfortable in that position, you’re not gonna keep it for long. You’ll lose in 2016!

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    • 7delta says:

      Mitch is in the Senate. They have six-year terms and he was just reelected. That makes me feel bad too.

      I’m not surprised about ol’ Mitch. I expected it, but it still hacks me off. The GOP is as useless and corrupt as the Dems. I hope they go the way of the Bull Moose Party. Both parties.

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      • Alaskagurl says:

        Oh, they won’t keep the majority for long, they’ll will screw up. Self serving, corrupt politicians thats what I think of, when I hear DEMS or REPS!

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        • 7delta says:

          Sadly, I’m afraid you’re right. Maybe it’s time for a divorce from both parties. There a few good guys in both parties. I might disagree with a lot of the policy beliefs of the Dems, but I imagine there are those among them who see now the damage those policies have done and are pretty angry about how they’ve been thrown under the bus. Same for the Republicans who know exactly how and why they took the House in ’10, kept it and took the Senate in ’14.

          Maybe the ones who see the folly of a federal government that has been coloring outside its Constitutional limitations for way too long should consider forming another party based on strict adherence to the Constitutional and The Rule of Law.

          I’ll keep the Constitution–the un-tweaked original version–over every single politician and bureaucrat who is more interested in party power and self-interest than they are preserving, protecting and defending the Constitution.

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          • Anton says:

            We need to join the conservative constitutional party–for all who care to preserve America.

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          • Blacque Jacques Shellacque says:

            …but I imagine there are those among them who see now the damage those policies have done and are pretty angry about how they’ve been thrown under the bus.

            Too damned bad for them. Normally, I would say that next time, maybe they’ll think carefully about the likely consequences of what they’re being asked to support, but that next time rarely comes; too many times most of them will just line up behind whatever their deranged leadership proposes.

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            • 7delta says:

              too many times most of them will just line up behind whatever their deranged leadership proposes.

              In most, if not the majority of cases, I think you’re right. I’m talking about the very few who have left Congress by choice, because they could see the handwriting on the wall, and the few, more so on the state level, who have left the party for the same reason. If there are those who got a gigantic wake up call and truly get it, I’m willing to hear them out. Maybe not elect them, but I’m willing to accept their aid in righting the wrongs they aided and abetted. The rest are a lost case.

              Too damned bad for them.

              Yes. IMO, they should be held accountable wherever and whenever possible, legally and morally. That goes for the Republicans too who have sold their souls and this country for position, power and payout.

              that next time rarely comes;

              I have serious doubts a next time will come in the usual way, and if and when it does, it will likely be after a great deal of pain for everyone in this country. I do know that we have to know what the next time looks like so that we don’t allow the people who caused the pain and destruction to define it, which they plan to do and will do, if we allow it. The Constitution didn’t fail. Man/they did, by not following it and by “living and breathing” it into oblivion. For me, the next time looks exactly the same as it did in 1787. The Constitution’s survival is far more important than the survival of any political party or any politician’s “career”.

              Our unalienable rights come from God, from nature or from our humanity, however someone wants to see it. They do not come from government. No matter how good they make their next time sound, how much they stress it’s for our own protection, or how many social justice causes they dream up, they cannot take our rights without our consent. I do not consent.

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    • The handyman says:

      Defund McConnell. Get rid of him along with Boehner and McCain.

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  2. Sentient says:

    Lord, please smite his butt. Lightning would be nice.

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  3. Attorney says:

    I have been amazed at the National Review’s savaging of the Tea Party and conservatives such as Cruz. They are subtle, but vicious. The typical politically correct Marxist college professor would be impressed.

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    • rashomon says:

      I don’t know that the NR has ever been “conservative” in the terms of the Tea Party’s “small government/what are all these taxes?/why all these people in my face?” as the definition has changed markedly since the ’50s when NR was established. Buckley liked power just as much as anyone else of his ken; he just wanted it directed to his concerns. Perhaps, this was just a preview of “crony capitalism” in development?

      The enjoyment of NR was the changing dialogue after so many years of FDR’s policies, rebounding to somewhat normal after WWII, the Korean War and the re-adjustment to open speech. Whether or not you agreed with Bill Rusher, Buckley and the various intellects they brought to the table, they opened debate and gave stages at a time when magazines were in every home and a TV sat in every living room. However, they controlled the message, too, perhaps rightly as the U.S.A. had absorbed every Fabian/Socialist/Communist available from the Frankfort School philosophy…scary, when you look back.

      My grandparents enthusiasm for politics bled off on me during these years when my grandmother insists she was the only registered Republican in Oklahoma. In her mind, being involved with political issues — from the most lowly post to the Presidency — was a responsibility that accompanied citizenship. She was Texas-born and raised, I might add.

      My tactic recently is to contribute only to candidates (vs. parties/movements) and make certain that candidate has a dialogue with you before you write the check. The same goes for anyone asking for use of my money for their product/project. NR is no longer on my list of subscriptions. As with most media, they have muddled their audience.

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  4. happypappies says:

    Did you think any different from a Neocon like Mitch McConnell? All he cares about is keeping that big machine going just the way it is. He could care less about the Constitution

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  5. splat! says:

    In addition to boycotting those persons and websites, why not defund the Chamber of Commerce. If you own a business and are a Chamber member, withdraw your membership. If your employer is a member, ask why? Let your local Chamber member retailers and businesses know you will take your business elsewhere and why.

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    • rashomon says:

      SPLAT!!!!!! I L-O-V-E it! Great idea! Great, great, great idea as every single consumer can participate.

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      the CoC just snuck a provision into the recently passed Cromnibus bill to allow higher contribution limits to candidates, giving business more power, especially re-election primaries withTea Party candidates like McDaniel in Mississippi

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Excellent idea! They’ve had too many corrupt politicians doing their bidding for way to long. Defund them, I love it.

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  6. Solomonpal says:

    No doubt about it. The NSA has got the goods on them and the whole rotten bunch of Rinos are compromised and do the bidding of the elites. Pedo’s, fruaudsters, perverts…deviants the whole bunch!

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  7. bob e says:

    been waiting for this SD ..

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  8. kinthenorthwest says:

    Mitch needs to go..so does McCain and its looking like Graham is playing too many games too

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    • joanfoster says:

      If McCain goes, Graham will have to go. They are tied at the hip and can’t maneuver without each other.

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    • striket1977 says:

      I feel exactly like Mark Levin. I am almost ready to give up on the GOP. A legitimate third party like the UKIP in England, is what we may need. The Repubs are no different than the Dems. There are only a couple of them who are worth a damn (Jeff Sessions & Mike Lee) and truly represent the party.

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    • Betty says:

      Rand Paul too. He might have thought they would support him for president, but sadly no. The Bush family have taken the gloves off now. And Obama is riding high. Their Christmas parties must be all gafaws and high fives.

      Conservatives need to have their own pre-GOP primary and get to one candidate for President and one for VP that we can all get behind as soon as possible. Tom Donohue knows who he wants in the White House.

      Remember this episode: Morgan, Carnegie, and Rockefeller, in which the three moguls conspire to put a hand-picked puppet (William McKinley) in the White House in the 1896 Presidential election.

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  9. tappin52 says:

    We went to the polls to vote for them and give them landslide victory and this is what we get in return? How the heck do you beat them? The country is seriously PO’d and they spit in our faces. Our choices are narrowing as to what to do about it.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      The ones that we voted for to give them the landslide victory don’t take office until January. Hopefully they will fight the Rinos.

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  10. dandtoy says:

    Mitch McConnell and Boehner know something you may not. You see #Ferguson and all the attacks on the police? Well when the police call it quits, you will be on your own facing these folks. When they say they want to talk about race, what they mean is they want to talk about $$. After being freed they were not given the land and money… Now they want to finish the negotiations and talk you outta your White Privilege. They want you living in slums. Obama will blow this fake Stock Market and $$ USD into tiny pieces… and take the whole USA down, or we can have this little talk and keep allowing Obama to raid the US Treasury. McConnell and Boehner do not want another civil war to complete what was not done in the first one… All IMHO.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Yeah, that ’40 acres and a mule’ stuff was never official anyway but the continuing allure of ‘free stuff’ still keeps the myth alive. The latest installment, the Pigford farce, went a long way towards bridging the ’40 acres’ canard and the demands for reparations/restitution in that all you had to be, basically, was black and say that you were discriminated against when you tried to get a farm-related loan way back when somewhere, didn’t even really have to prove you applied or were turned down, you just had to say you ‘thought about it’. Estimates of the windfall are about $4.4-billion and no one’s sure that will end it. Calls for offsetting payouts by subtracting welfare and other ‘entitlement’ payments over the decades have been hooted down as racist. I’m waiting for some smart university to start a degree in ‘minority benefits profiteering’ – of course the tuition will be paid through Federal grants.

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      • dandtoy says:

        Very 1st bill, HR-1 was Reparations, the second thing Obama did once he took office. The first was sealing all his records! Yep, that PigFord money has been blown and forgotten.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Oh there’s still some Pigford action going on and in the conniving stages – mo’ yet to come. I’m betting the downplaying in the press of the feeding at the Pigford trough is so that a later shot at yet mo’ free money from Reparations is still a potentially viable theft.

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          • Col.(R) Ken says:

            That women should have been arrested. Talk about 40 acres, mule, well that resulted in what is now 500 acres, a couple of JDs, an old olly 66. Oh no state or Feds on the property or the old sucker program clean and green. When the EPA rolls up to check the pond and stream, Winchester and Colts are off the wall. Seems when these criminals are around the rattlesnakes come out to welcome them.

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            • czarowniczy says:

              Yep, that %^%$# Senate bill giving teh Feds control over all the water in the country larger than a sweat drop is still on the table. EPA’s largely constrained by the USDA and DoI, both of which have hands in the water pot and don’t want to lose turf to the twerps. That infighting and ground hugging is what’s keeping us from getting into dust-ups with any of them at this point.

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    • happypappies says:

      Obama will blow this fake Stock Market and $$ USD into tiny pieces… and take the whole USA down, or we can have this little talk and keep allowing Obama to raid the US Treasury. McConnell and Boehner do not want another civil war to complete what was not done in the first one… All IMHO. ————– There is nothing but fiat dollars in the US Treasury. Obama and Sharptongue are tools that are shredding the constitution and dismantling the balance of powers piece by piece. Before they can do that though another President like the 4 before him will be elected dynastically to continue the global neo mercantilism and taxation of the citizens in order to militarize the ME and else where to keep troops in for oil and whatever else we might need to use force on to get what we want.

      Ferguson and all the race baiting is just fun and games for him

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  11. Roger says:

    I can’t wait until Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are dropping out of the 2016 race to go campaign for Jeb Bush and Chris Christie. Then we’ll really see just how corrupt the entire “conservative” movement is in politics. If people think that “Tea Party” politicians are anything but DEM/REP establishment politicians then prepare for some major disappointment.

    It used to be that the masses were fooled by the Democrat versus Republican divide. While those two groups were working together destroying the country everyone was distracted by partisan politics. Now people have seen through the lies and so the game has changed to Establishment versus Tea Party/Occupy Wall Street.

    Elizabeth Warren is the Left’s “independent” champion and Ted Cruz is likely the distraction for the Right. If people here think Ted Cruz cares about them they are insane. Delusional. He’s literally Elizabeth Warren’s counterpart for Republicans. She’ll go after Hillary. He’ll go after Jeb Bush. But in the end they’ll back down in exchange for something, probably money, or a guaranteed spot in politics. And everyone will still be fooled.

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  12. doodahdaze says:

    The CoC butters their bread. They are good politicians. When they get bought…they stay bought.

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  13. Bobby says:

    It’s time for a USIP.

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  14. Pam says:

    Remember this from October 30? I never believed it for a second, but others bought into the lie. What I remember is all the excitement and cheering and gloating by online commenters as election results rolled in. I voted out of a sense of duty as a citizen, not because I believed in any of them. I couldn’t even watch tv on election night. It’s all a complete farce.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2014/10/30/mitch-mcconnells-office-on-second-thought-hes-willing-to-try-to-repeal-obamacare-with-just-51-votes/

    “Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., says he would be willing to repeal Obamacare with a simple majority if he takes over as majority leader in January, his spokesman told the Washington Examiner on Thursday…

    'Leader McConnell is and has always been committed to the full repeal of Obamacare, and he’ll continue to lead efforts to repeal and replace it with patient-centered reforms that enable greater choice at lower costs. He knows it won’t be easy, but he also believes that if Republicans are fortunate enough to take back the majority we’ll owe it to the American people to try through votes on full repeal, the bill’s most onerous provisions, and reconciliation,' McConnell spokesman Brian McGuire wrote in an emailed statement…"
    

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    • Pam says:

      Sorry, don’t know how the last part got messed up. I’ll try again with last paragraph:

      “Leader McConnell is and has always been committed to the full repeal of Obamacare, and he’ll continue to lead efforts to repeal and replace it with patient-centered reforms that enable greater choice at lower costs. He knows it won’t be easy, but he also believes that if Republicans are fortunate enough to take back the majority we’ll owe it to the American people to try through votes on full repeal, the bill’s most onerous provisions, and reconciliation,” McConnell spokesman Brian McGuire wrote in an emailed statement…

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  15. czarowniczy says:

    Hmmmm…100 of the most powerful politicians in the world left in the treasury alone and unsupervised….what could possibly go wrong there?
    It’s a little countryish but that’s why we keep cats in the fed room – can’t expect the rats to go on a diet all by themselves. We created this mess by turning them loose and trusting in their good intentions and it looks as if the road to DC is paved with ’em too. The power brokers saw an opportunity to elect a new group of rats using our ‘concerns’; let’s just watch and see how they act during their upcoming terms and how long it takes them to come over to the dark side.

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  16. beaujest says:

    Mc Connell has gone Full Blown Communist ! Traitor !

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  17. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    Cue Rinse Priebus to tell us again to just give the republican 3 more months…

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  18. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    Time for RNC / GOP as a Party to die, die, die.
    For now, what we needs is another Letter campaign similar to Yellow one being done to boot Boehner, the Liberal spy.

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  19. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    Time for RNC / GOP as a Party to die, die, die.
    For now, what we need is another Letter campaign similar to Yellow one being done to boot Boehner, the Liberal spy.

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  20. Madmax says:

    I am finished with Republicans. I can’t support this farce anymore.
    We have all been betrayed if you haven’t figured it out. The Democrats have pushed this country so far to the left
    that it would have to be pushed to the extreme right just to end up in the middle.
    Never going to happen. Only a civil war can change things now.
    Merry Christmas.

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  21. Isn’t the REAL problem with Mr. McConnell – is how did he get ELECTED? Somehow, somewhere, the message that his opponent would be BETTER for his state and the USA was lost. This is the same problem where all the nincompoops get in power or remain in power….

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  22. denis says:

    this signals the end of the republican party support. now there will be a new Conservative party which will bleed a huge amount of support from the RINOs. Unfortunately this also means that without an armed revolution the so-called democratic party will run free!

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  23. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    I have a strong feeling that this is exactly what will happen, but I pray that it will not happen. But I have told all my friends that if this happens I will never vote republican again, and I am not alone in this feeling!

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    • dixie68 says:

      That makes at least two of us, then. My Republican vote in November was a promise from me that this was their last chance to start the return to good government, so if what we fear does happen, never again a Republican vote.

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