All statements involving Mitch McConnell
"The Republican leader of the Senate said his main goal after this election is simply to win the next one."
"Sen. McConnell offered a fully paid two-month extension of unemployment insurance."
"A major part" of the climate change bill sponsored by Sens. John Kerry and Joe Lieberman "was essentially written by BP."
New financial regulation "actually guarantees future bailouts of Wall Street banks."
The stimulus includes "$219,000 to study the sex lives of female college freshmen."
"$100,000 in stimulus funds (were) used for a Martini Bar and Brazilian Steakhouse."
On a bipartisan task force on ways to improve fiscal policy.
The Senate health care bill does not contain limits on medical malpractice lawsuits.
Mitch McConnell opposed "legislation to create and protect Kentucky jobs . . . help for the unemployed. . . health care for Kentucky's children," and "fair pay for women."
"The Department of Justice, under the Obama administration, disagrees with the decision" Judge Sotomayor made in the Ricci vs. DeStefano case.
A public option for health care would end private insurance "because the private insurance people will not be able to compete with a government option."
Republican leaders said "no" to "tax cuts for 95% of working Americans."
"In just one month, the Democrats have spent more than President Bush spent in seven years on the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan and Hurricane Katrina combined."
To give the proposed economic stimulus plan some perspective, "if you started the day Jesus Christ was born and spent $1 million every day since then, you still wouldn’t have spent $1 trillion."
If Obama's economic plan creates 600,000 new government jobs, "that's about the size of the post office work force."
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