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MR MCCONNELL; WE THE PEOPLE OF U S A DEMAND ” NO NOMINATION OF SUPREME COURT BEFORE NOVEMBER 2018″SAME RULES. NO NOMINATION OF SUPREME COURT BEFORE NOVEMBER 2018, YOU WORKING FOR THE PEOPLE OF USA NOT FOR A POPPET OF RUSSIA.
Kathy, you are so heartbreakingly naive.
It’s time for Mitch to step down. He hasn’t done what the people want. The people he works for.. we want a wall we want it yesterday. We are tired of sanctuary cites, illegals, and a do nothing senate.. pls step down. If one person comes in here illegally. Then you should not get paid.
Mitch it’s time you step down.. it’s for the good of the country.
Thank you in advance,
He may as well become a Democrat. The budget is horrible. The Democrat Party runs the Senate not Mitch McConnell. Totally a disgrace to all Kentuckians they were lied to and voted for him. He should step down as leader, and be replaced by someone that puts America interest ahead and doesn’t cave in to the Democrats. NEVER SUPPORT AGAIN !
This is NOT A VALID NUMBER for Senator Mitch McConnell. I tried to call, as I want to know the status of the internet transfer to ICANN this Saturday, October 1st and make sure that it is STOPPED! Pretty sad when you cannot reach those who have the authority to do something about this situation :/
GET MCCONNELL OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT.
GET RID OF HIS ASS.
HE HATES THE LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYED.
I WANT TO DIE NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HE DOES NOT CARE IF I DIE.
need to know how to file a investigation on the VA here in the state of Kentucky. I’ve had the privilege of dealing with then two times, that I regret for the most part. They have some individuals that are are won’t to be doctors and that would be a misstake for anyone that would have to deal with. They are lairs, make false statements so as they can deny your claim. If this is there way to eliminate the back load they have, what a way to do it. This is the saddest part for any vet have to put up with. A individual like this that you would trust or think that you can trust should not have a job of this importance. What a shame a organization like the VA behaves in a manner that is so corrupt it could be as bad as the IRS. And anyone that supports this well will see what happens. A Vet of 20 years should not be treated this way.