Dear Senator McConnell:
You have â€œbetter things to doâ€ than getting into debates that are important to THE American People you presume to speak for? Seriously?
Better things like squirming and pretending you donâ€™t understand the questions?
Better things like obstructing progress?
Better things like projecting your obsession with static cling onto your constituents.
Better things like closing your eyes and ears to the voices of the people who voted for change, and who keep telling you how disappointed they are in your inability to work for that change?
Better things like ignoring the last election while you focus on deceptive ways to mislead people into voting for your party in the next one?
Better things like bringing the government to a standstill?
Better things like depending on THE American People to be so stupid they wonâ€™t wonder why you arenâ€™t embarrassed to criticize the Federal Government that you are supposed to be helping lead?
Better things like repeating tired old lines that make no sense?
Better things like embarrassing Kentuckians by propagating the stereotype that we are all as clueless as you are?
Better things like hoping we donâ€™t remember that your party did away with check and balances and now you are exercising Turdblossom tactics by projecting your mistakes onto others?
Better things like pretending you care about anything or anyone other than gaining control for your corrupt party and protecting your corporate campaign contributions?
Better things like pretending racism doesnâ€™t exist in the Republican Party, or its offshoot the Tea Party, or in your own city and state? Seriously? Really, SERIOUSLY? (If a whole line of question marks and exclamation points will help drive home that point, imaging them there.)
Better thinks like imagining that there is one person in this country who should not be offended by this statement: "I have got better things to do than to wade in to all of these disputes and discussions that are going on out in the country."
Iâ€™m not so sure what better things you have in mind. I think the best thing you could do for THE American People would be to retire. Immediately. Your statements tell us loud and clear that you have no desire to represent THE American People or WE Kentuckians, and we need leaders who are interested â€“ even in those â€œlittle discussionsâ€ that are going on out there in the country.