Picture of the Day for April 17, 2015: Mitch McConnell and the Minimum Wage

Posted by Elaine Magliaro


At a secret meeting of elite donors convened by the Koch brothers, McConnell laid out his plan for shrinking the federal government and whined about having to vote on minimum wage bills. (The Nation-August 26, 2014)

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9 Responses to Picture of the Day for April 17, 2015: Mitch McConnell and the Minimum Wage

  1. rafflaw says:

    Sen. McConnell is one of the biggest corporate shills in the Senate and he continues to obstruct the nomination of Loretta Lynch. If the Koch Brothers want it, McConnell will do his best to get it for them, no matter what it costs the poor and middle class.

  2. bron98 says:

    I think he sucks big mule balls. People from Kentucky must be dumber than mule shit to keep sending his sorry, raggedy ass back to DC.

  3. Bob Kauten says:

    Poor Turtle Man looks unhappy, in the upper photo. Don’t be mean to him. He’s already a super-loser.

  4. pete says:


    I’m guessing you’ve never visited the great state of Kentucky? If you ever should visit northern Kentucky be sure to include in your itinerary a trip to Big Bone Lick State Park.
    It’s on Beaver Road , between the towns of Beaver Lick and Rabbit Hash.
    Beautiful place.

  5. bettykath says:

    I thought Congressional pay raises were automatic and votes were taken only to say “No, thanks”, usually (only?) when there is no raise for Social Security recipients.

  6. Mike Spindell says:

    McConnell has worked in government for his entire career. He is now one of the richest Senators due to money given him by his father-in-law. His wife Elaine was Secretary of Labor in George W. Bush’s cabinet: Yet another “self-made” man talking about the evils of government. Otherwise known as a whore.

  7. bron98 says:


    that sounds like a good name for a whorehouse. Or a gay bar.

  8. James Knauer says:

    Well, now give poor Mitch a break. He’s still working tirelessly on that singular policy decision made election eve of 2008: to make Obama a one-term President.

    And nothing else.

  9. bron98 says:

    To the Flowers for Socrates Blog:

    “Liberty is too precious a thing to be buried in books. . . . Men should hold it up in front of them every single day . . . and say, “I’m free to think and to speak. My ancestors couldn’t. I can. And my children will.”

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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