No, sorry, whoever compiled that list had it right. You won't find DEMS/liberals on that list because we protect all those people and their rights. It's the AMERICAN thing to do. Just you repukes and teabagging lemming tools. haha<quoted text>
You left out stupid liberals.
In 2006, McConnell publicly criticized Senate Democrats for urging that troops be brought back from Iraq. According to Bushs Decision Points memoir, however, McConnell was privately urging the then President to bring some troops home from Iraq to lessen the political risks. McConnells hometown paper, the Louisville Courier-Journal, in an editorial titled "McConnells True Colors", criticized McConnell for the hypocrisy of his actions and asked him to explain why the fortunes of the Republican Party are of greater importance than the safety of the United States.
Even President Bush outted him out for the liar and lifetime campaigner he is. Run, A Lunatic, Run and get that Cyndi Lauper youtube song so we have some musical entertainmet hahaha
On July 9, 2007, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky at Fort Campbell, speaking to a contingent of troops about to ship out for a 15-month deployment to Iraq, McConnell said, "The majority of the public has decided the Iraq effort is not worth it," he said. "That puts a lot of pressure on Congress to act because public opinion in a democracy is not irrelevant."
In his fifth term now, McConnell has an approval rating in Kentucky of 36 percent. Silent but sullen, most of his own party doesn't really like him. The state's Democrats, who still control the governorship and the lower house, positively despise the man.
DITCH MITCH 2014