In 2005, War-Monger Mitch McConnell Called Senators "ISOLATIONISTS" Who Tried Keeping U.S. Out of WWISubmitted by pawnstorm12 on Wed, 12/25/2013 - 16:38
In May 23, 2005, Mitch McConnell was Assistant Majority Leader of the Senate.
He was speaking about filibuster rules.
In 1917, 11 Senators tried to stop the War-Mongering Socialist Woodrow Wilson from getting the United States involved in World War One. They used the filibuster for that but obviously ultimately failed.
Wilson was trying to pass the "Armed Ship Bill" which he SAID was only for defense of merchant ships, but we all know better than that, and so did those 11 senators.
McConnell slammed those senators as "isolationists."
McConnell is a long-time Neo-Con in the style of Cheney, Rumsfeld, Kristol, Bolton, Bush 1 & 2, Bremer, Wolfowotz and most of the rest of the republican party for that matter.
WWI (along with the income tax and Federal Reserve) was the beginning of the end of liberty in the United States.
A new threshold was crossed wherein the U.S. became a warfare state and got involved in a war which had nothing to do with us. We haven't stopped war-mongering ever since.
What a peach of a man McConnell is - Apparently at ease with the untold American deaths and casualties from that totally unnecessary and immoral (banker's) war - and all the following wars which stemmed from it.
In the video below, jump to 6:30 to hear McConnell criticize those few good senators back then who tried to avoid a war which lead to an even bigger war (by design).