The American people elected a Republican Senate in the last election. Where the two parties can’t agree we’ve served as a check-and-balance to the president, but where the two parties can agree we’ve repeatedly sought common ground to get things done.
– Mitch McConnell
This man is a one-man advertising campaign for term limits.
Let me get this straight: the guy who’s on record (not to mention video) making it his party’s sole aim to limit Barack Obama to a one-term presidency, and then failing miserably even at that, has “repeatedly sought common ground to get things done.”
To quote Inigo Montoya: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
But take heart: McConnell’s attempts at obstructing Obama’s second term indicate that he isn’t any better at that than he is at interpreting his own inner logic.
So, meet Merrick Garland, the soon-to-be 113th justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Shell of a thing, isn’t it?