RINO Season Isn’t Over
We’re so close. In just about 40 days Republicans are set to take back the Senate.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will lose his job, our man Mitch will step up and pass every bill Reid has blocked and the world will be bright, opportunity filled and prosperous once again.
Give me a break.
Yes, there is a huge chance that Republicans will take back the Senate this November. Great.
But when January comes around, our fearless leader is likely to be nothing more than the spineless RINO he has long proven to be, both unwilling and unable to stand up and fight for limiting the scope of federal government.
I’m not urging Kentucky to vote for Alison Lungdergan Grimes. The last thing our country needs is 6 years of another Senator who was carved from the same Martian rock as President Obama.
But what I am saying is don’t expect anything special with Mitch McConnell taking the lead. McConnell is the textbook definition of the “dime-store-democrat,” establish-type Republican.
McConnell has no intention to use Congress as a vehicle for conservative reforms or to even fight President Obama on his ever more radical agenda. McConnell has made that very clear.
It’s time for leadership change in Washington. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor didn’t get the boot because people appreciated his style of governance – let that be a lesson to the Senate. It’s time for McConnell to relinquish his leadership role.
It’s plain and simple. With spineless leadership, 51 plus seats means nothing.
Look, we have to win back the Senate. There’s no doubt to this. But on November 5, call Senator Coats – preferably not with your “Obama phone” – to let him know you will not let a RINO control the Senate.