WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 21: U.S. Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) speaks after a weekly Senate Republican caucus meeting May 21, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. McConnell spoke on various topics including the powerful tornado that hit Oklahoma.
The facts we've seen so far point to something far more systemic than that. And it shouldn't surprise anybody
What I fear is the majority leader is working his way toward breaking his word to the Senate and to the American people, and blowing up this institution
This is an agency that’s basically a euphemism for mind-numbing bureaucracy — The kind of place where you’d assume nobody does much of anything without signatures and counter-signatures from section chiefs, and sub-section chiefs, and deputy office heads, and secondary assistant deputy sub-associate directorsMore quotes »
Barack Obama still betting on big deal with odds against him
in their black SUVs, House Speaker John Boehner , Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid , D-Nev., Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky , and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi entered the West Wing shortly after 10 a.m. EST. The White House said Read more »
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Mitch McConnell exposes Barack Obama's 'culture of intimidation'
be careful which causes or candidates you support because the White House will know. Yep, you read that right. According to Mitch McConnell, requiring firms that do business with the government to publicly disclose how much political cash they've given to 7:23 PM from Daily Kos Read more »
Republicans relish role as Party of No
lacking chutzpah, Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., the Chief Obstructionist of the Party of No, turned up on Meet the Press Sunday to denounce the Obama administration for creating Âa culture of intimidationÂ that led the IRS to target conservative, non-profit 3:53 PM from Mansfield News Journal Read more »
The Fish Rots from the Head
doubts that should have watched Meet the Press on Sunday, May 19, when host David Gregory interviewed GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell. McConnell was so intimidated by Gregory that the only words he could utter were: "Well, we don't know that as yet." Or, 9:03 AM from The New Media Journal Read more »
RONNIE ELLIS: Who will challenge McConnell?
— I’ve spent years watching Mitch McConnell, several of them interviewing and reporting on him. Over time I’ve seen how difficult it is for a challenger to beat McConnell even though he’s not beloved, even by many in his own party who have consistently voted from Ashland Daily Independent Read more »
Paul plans re-election bid for Senate
to launch a presidential bid. And he will campaign for his Kentucky colleague and Senate Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in 2014. Paul was here to address the Woodford County Republican Party Reagan Dinner on Friday evening and to give a boost to from Ashland Daily Independent Read more »