Mitch Has a Message For the Voters of Kentucky


He’ll never say it out loud, but he’s right to think it.

3 thoughts on “Mitch Has a Message For the Voters of Kentucky

  1. Milton Almeida - The Grace Ambassador 19 May 2015 at 11:13 am

    Yes, thank you! Let’s denounce conservative politicians for their connection with successful and job creating business people! But, for fairness sake, let’s not be silent and refrain from denouncing the dealings of Hilary Clinton, a favorite of the liberals and left-wingers, for her connection with foreign business people, shady ones, a few in jail in their countries, and selling out our country’s richness, such as uranium, in trade for donations and huge obscene fees for speaking engagements, to the family’s “foundation”, all while she was the Secretary of the State (namely the United States), thus benefiting personally from a public office. Oh, not forgetting that she “forgot” that she received 150 million dollars from a donor (in jail)… not necessarily a job creating business man, and because of that “slight” oversight, she, again, forgot to claim it on her taxes… OOOPS…
    Now this, Hilary vowed that she only had one email address in her own server, in her own home (against her own and Obama’s rules) and now, not surprisingly, another one is found with 35 thousand emails on it! All of this whereas planting their “operatives” to silence criticism and smear their critics in the press; people such as George Stephanopoulos…
    Let’s denounce all appearance of impropriety without taking sides would be my best suggestion at this point!


    • Jim 19 May 2015 at 11:54 am

      piffle- the so called job creators pay their slaves a pittance and keep as much as they can for themselves. in christianity that’s called greed


  2. Milton Almeida - The Grace Ambassador 19 May 2015 at 3:29 pm

    Yes it is called greed… so, I a…greed! As bad as it is, it appears that in a way or another if we are going down the road of pointing to politicians who are in the “pockets of someone else”, evidence or not evidence (and knowing that no evidence of never evidence that there is none), then I believe we should point to all of them. Hilary claims to be poor and be “for the poor”, but not with a 25 million dollars income from speech engagements, since they have no other activity in life… and there is much more suspicion and “evidence that there is evidence” in her case that she went the way of the crooked than on Mitch, who has been in the Senate longer than anyone should.
    I hope no one is defending that, because Hilary is not a business person, with no “low paying employees” she is exempted from public scrutiny. But elements of the press and the left-wing (same group) seem to believe that she is…
    My point is, let’s point to all of them and not be selective in the outrage or mockery,


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