Faithful democratic Senate voter and Obama lackey, Senator Claire McCaskill, said in an interview published today that, "It's OK if I don't get re-elected."
Freshman Sen. Claire McCaskill uttered seven words rarely heard from a sitting lawmaker: "It's OK if I don't get re-elected."
In a profile in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Tuesday, the Missouri Democrat, who was elected just three years ago, offered some uncommon candor on life in the Senate and her frustration with the way Washington works.
"I'm very frustrated with some of the habits around here," she said. "What happens around here is that so many people are more focused on getting everybody to love them and getting re-elected than they are on solving the really hard stuff. Because when you solve hard stuff, you make people mad."
As she reassesses how to spend the second half of her first term, McCaskill said she is going to focus more on a top priority—government accountability—and less on 2012. "I've just kind of decided that, hey, I'm just going to do this, and Missouri's hard, so there's a chance, you know, that I won't get re-elected. And if I don't, that's OK. It's not the end of the world."
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Claire-Bear McCaskill Drinks Deeply Of The Kool-Aid
Gateway Pundit reports:
Good, that's great to hear! 'Cause I have a feeling Missouri's going to make that happen.
There's my two cents.