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McConnell: We Must Break Washington’s “Spending Addiction”

Sarah181 Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 2:20 PM
Mitch McConnell is Kentucky’s longest serving Senator. In 2014 he will have been a Senator for 30 years and he will also be celebrating his 72nd birthday. We the people will have paid Sen. McConnell upwards of $5 million dollars in salary alone, not including the “expenses” Senators receive, the gold plated Health Care and the lifelong pension. But it is a fact, and an embarrassment to Sen. McConnell, that in a recent poll, Ashley Judd, who has not even announced that she is running for the Senate in 2014, is within 4 points of beating him. What that poll shows is that even Kentucky doesn’t want McConnell “representing” them anymore.
anderson659 Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 2:22 PM
Sarah:

Be careful of such polls, there were others that said the same thing about McConnell before and he is still in the senate

Early Sunday morning on ABC’s “This Week” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered a simple yet important message to President Obama and his Democratic colleagues on the Hill: It’s time to tackle spending:

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says that "absolutely the tax issue is behind us" as a result of the "fiscal cliff" deal and that it's now time to focus solely on confronting what he calls "our spending addiction."

He says it shouldn't require a crisis for President Barack Obama and the Democratic majority in the Senate to address federal spending and the future of big entitlement programs...