Sunday, March 09, 2014


There's nothing like the courage and charisma of Mitch McConnell -- when it comes to taking on his own base:

On Sunday, The New York Times reported that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) stated that he would work to destroy the efforts of conservative organizations seeking to primary mainstream Republicans. “I think we are going to crush them everywhere,” he stated. “I don’t think they are going to have a single nominee anywhere in the country.”

Over the past two election cycles, mainstream Republicans have become more and more upset over the rise of Tea Party-backed candidates who have primaried GOP incumbents, then proceeded to lose general elections. McConnell has been personally attacked by the Senate Conservatives Fund, which supports businessman challenger Matt Bevin. McConnell recently began running an ad targeting both Bevin and SCF. The ad accuses SCF of soliciting “money under the guise of advocating for conservative principles but then spends it on a $1.4 million luxury townhouse with a wine cellar and a hot tub in Washington, D.C.”

The SCF was founded by former Senator Jim DeMint, who currently heads the Heritage Foundation. “Mitch McConnell is, to me, the essence of the problem in D.C.,” said Drew Ryun, head of the Madison Project. McConnell would like groups primarying incumbents like him and Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) to fade into the woodwork, and hopes they will if defeated in this election cycle: “I know this: Politics doesn’t like losers. If you don’t have anything to point to, it is kind of hard to keep it going.”

Speaking of losing, Mitchie: any comment on Karl Rove's 2012 stellar track record? You remember, that 1 (one) percent victory rate for his American Crossroads PAC?

I believe it's time for brave Mitch to return to the private sector. I support his conservative challenger, Matt Bevin for Senate in Kentucky. If you've had enough of Pillsbury Doughboys like McConnell, I urge you to help out too.

Hat tip: BadBlue News


LD Jackson said...

I wonder why McConnell doesn't show that same fire when he is supposed to be fighting Harry Reid and his fellow liberals in the Senate?

Anonymous said...

If we are ever going to effect change in Washington, we must support those candidates who challenge the Washington inside-the-beltway elitists, like Mitch McConnell, who are more concerned about retaining power than representing the interests of "We The People"...

Support Matt Bevin. Join the "BEVIN BRIGADE"...

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