After the debacle of Obamacare and its “skinny repeal” failure overnight, it’s time for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to step down from his leadership role.
For the record, I’ve believed McConnell should have stepped down multiple times in the recent past. He has led the Senate GOP through lies, backroom deals, and weakness. He is a politician’s politician; nothing is too shady if it wins votes.
How can the leader of the Republican Party in the Senate score a 42% on Conservative Review’s Liberty Scorecard?
Here’s the problem. The vast majority of GOP Senators who would have a chance of replacing him don’t score much higher.
I’m not going to support my argument with data. Either you realize he’s a failure or you don’t. At the end of the day it doesn’t really matter. The role is weak and exists outside of the Constitution. Still, it would be nice to have leader in the role. Mitch McConnell lacks the proper ability.