Kentucky Blues

The embarrassment to the proud state of Kentucky named Mitch McConnell, the Republican Leader in the U.S. Senate, who made the most cryingest baby in the world look calm (McConnell publicly sobbed as if he was the most grief-stricken person in the world when one of his Congressional employees, Kyle Simmons, resigned, not died, as anybody who had witnessed the bizarre scene, unbeknownst, might have thought) works 24 hours a day for his Corporate Masters in trying to make poor people poorer, and is going for the coup de grace in trying to destroy the social safety net by going after the New Deal and the Great Society programs, i.e., Social Security, Medicaid, Food Nutrition, and so forth.  Basically, McConnell and Co. are trying to turn America into Argentina, and if half of America's cities start looking like Calcutta, so much the better as far as he and his uber upper crust henchmen are concerned.  To give McConnell his due, however, he's not doing a bad job from his point of view, thanks to the compromising, acquiescing so-called Party of the People called the Democratic Party, and their fraudster standard-bearer, Barack Obama.  In other words, the People don't really have representation or a party, and that's the real problem in Washington, D.C. these days.

-- by Mark Greene

[revised on 4/27/2013]

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Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2012 and to call out names. Help us solve the mystery of "The Other Curious Election of 2004" (WA 9th Congressional District U.S. Rep. primary) by contacting real journalists and asking them to look into it. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.