Monday, January 9, 2017

That Was Then…

Would it surprise you that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who demanded in 2009 that President Obama’s cabinet appointees be thoroughly and completely vetted by the Office of Government Ethics before being confirmed, now claims that the same intense scrutiny is too much of a burden for the cabinet appointees of Trump?

Why no, not at all.

One bark on “That Was Then…

  1. If only one appointee can be the focus, please let it be Sessions. He has submitted answers to the vetting committee full of lies and holes and distortions of his record as attorney general in Alabama. His influence on our country would matter a helluva lot more than that of Secretary of State and some of the other rogues gallery put forth by Whatisname. Even in the case of Betsy DeVos, hideous as she may be, I suspect the teachers’ union can match her shot for shot as can parents dependent on the public school system no matter how much it might need a complete overhaul. But god forbid we should suffer even four years of Sessions’ disgusting theories of the Christian white man’s privilege.

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