Dear Senator McConnell:
I've been reading comments about you all over the internet today. Very few flatter you. In fact, most express disgust, and ask why we can't vote you out of office. I assure them that I am doing everything I can to make sure that happens - soon, and ask them to remember us when the time comes since dirty money will pour in for you. Finally, people across the country (and world - ever wonder who reads this blog?) understand that what you do affects their lives so they are paying close attention and not liking what they see.
The article linked below, Senator McConnell, demonstrates the stark difference between you and the man you so unjustly criticize. I understand that you are not in this for the money any more. You surely have enough to live well the rest of your life. My guess is that you are in it for popularity and power. I admit that I know nothing about your youth and am only guessing that the few friends you had were probably as cold-hearted and awkward as you, so your political career might be a "take that" of sorts.
I ask you, sincerely, to take a look at this and imagine how it must feel to be the kind of man that President Obama is. You've been around him. You know he exudes goodness. Even people who might not agree with his politics recognize that and love him (I'll bet even your racist base, if they're honest). Anyone can change if the desire is there. Wouldn't it be nice to spend your remaining years being loved instead of hated?
President Obama Consoles Woman Whose Uninsured Sister Died Of Colon Cancer: President Obama stopped shaking hands for a moment today so that he could embrace a sobbing woman whose uninsured sister recently died of colon cancer. The sister of Stephanie Miller, from Sandusky, OH, would have been covered if Obamacare were fully implemented when she got sick. Instead, the woman was left without insurance and couldn’t [...]/p