Stop Incumbent Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Minority Leader of US Senate


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“Investigate Senator Mitch McConnell making $24 million in 6 years on a $193,400 a year government salary.” 2


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Senator Mitch McConnell’s estimated wealth was $3.1 million in 2004. Senator Mitch McConnell’s estimated wealth jumped to $27.2 million by 2010 on a government salary of $193,400 a year.

 

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COME OUT AND DEMONSTRATE AGAINST MITCH McCONNELL 01-18-13


Mitch McConnell Protest Friday, January 18, 2013 Lexington, Kentucky 11:30 AM EST (+)

by: Hillbilly

Mon Jan 14, 2013 at 11:40:03 AM EST

When: January 18, 2013 11:30 AM EST – 1:45 PM ESTWhereHyatt Regency Lexington 401 West High Street Lexington, KY 40507.Click here to visit the Progress Kentucky Facebook page for more information.

 

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NRA: THIS AD IS “DISGUSTING!” —MIKA BRZEZINSKI. “Morning Joe”


HOW DARE YOU MENTION

THE OBAMA CHILDREN?

HOW COULD NRA MEMBERSHIP BE BOOMING?

MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL


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Major League Baseball has announced it will begin testing for human growth hormone during the 2013 regular season.

“This agreement addresses critical drug issues and symbolizes Major League Baseball’s continued vigilance against synthetic human growth hormone, testosterone and other performance-enhancing substances,” MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said in a statement.

The announcement of the random testing comes one day after baseball writers balked at naming any new players to the Hall of Fame.

Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Roger Clemens were among those eligible, but their career achievements have been clouded by alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.

“Rachel Maddow Decries Financial ‘Scams’ At Conservative Groups”


WHERE WERE THE FEC AND THE FCC

WHEN FOX TV FOUGHT TO ELECT MITT ROMNEY?

 CONGRESSMAN ISSA, INVESTIGATE THIS!

 

WHAT’S SENATOR MITCH McCONNELL UP TO?


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“Clinton, Panetta host Karzai for dinner”


01-10-13

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, joined by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, today hosted Afghan President Hamid Karzai at the State Department for dinner. “This is a great opportunity for us to attempt, in a very humble way, to repay some of the hospitality I’ve enjoyed over the years,” Clinton could be heard saying during a press photo op.

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“NRA Back In Bed With ALEC”


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By Matt Gertz

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) may have eliminated the task force responsible for doing the National Rifle Association‘s bidding, but that hasn’t stopped the coordination between the right-wing groups. In the latest example of their friendly cooperation, the NRA plans to hold a trap shoot in conjunction with ALEC’s annual meeting later this month.

In a missive to state legislators published by the Center on Media and Democracy, which researches ALEC, NRA director of state and local affairs Charles H. Cunningham invites state legislators to attend the “annual shoot,” promising that it “will prove to be just as fun as in years past.” According to CMD: “For the past several years, on the Saturday of ALEC’s annual meeting, the NRA has regularly hosted an outing for ALEC legislators and lobbyists to go shooting together — with complimentary guns and ammo plus plenty of food and drink (this time it is a barbeque).”

In April, as corporate sponsors fled their organization in the face of pressure from liberal activists angry with the group’s support of “Kill at Will” self-defense laws and voter ID bills, ALEC announced that they were disbanding their Elections and Public Safety Task Force, which worked on those issues. At the time, that task force’s chair told Media Matters that such issues were no longer a priority for ALEC.

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NOTICE HOW QUIET THE NRA IS

IN MASS GUN DEATHS

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“ABC’s Stephanopoulos Fact Checks McConnell: We’ve Already Confronted The Spending Problem”


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By Jeff Spross

This morning on ABC’s This Week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reiterated what has become the go-to Republican talking point in the wake of the fiscal cliff deal: That the issue of taxes and new revenue is finished, and will not be re-opened. “Now the question is, what are we going to do about the biggest problem confronting our country and our future,” McConnell said.

But this time host George Stephanopoulos pushed back. He pointed out that since last year Congress has already cut $1.5 trillion in spending, without any counter-balancing hikes in tax revenue until the fiscal cliff deal…  FULL  ARTICLE

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