A new Associated Press report shows Terri Lynn Land is on the defensive over her deci
Today, instead of fighting for Kentucky’s nearly 340,000 veterans in Washington, Mitch McConnell once more chose partisan political gridlock that reminded Kentuckians of how he represents everything that’s wrong with Washington and is not on the side of veterans and military families.
If Bill Cassidy had his way, he would end Medicare as we know it by turning it into a voucher program that would cut benefits and force hundreds of thousands of Louisiana seniors to pay $6,800 more for health care each year.
But today, Republicans are hypocritically attacking Democrats for supporting the exact same Medicare
“cuts” savings that Republicans voted for. The difference? Democrats use the savings to extend the solvency of Medicare for nine years while Republicans would use the savings to give massive tax breaks to billionaires.
If Mitch McConnell had his way, he would end Medicare as we know it by turning it into a voucher program that would cut benefits and force hundreds of thousands of Kentucky seniors to pay $6,400 more for health care each year.
COMING INTO FOCUS: REPUBLICAN OPPOSITION TO MINIMUM WAGE. Republicans beat their chests this week over a CBO report that said millions more families than originally estimated would benefit from an increase in the minimum wage. Look, if Republican candidates like Thom Tillis, Tom Cotton, Terri Lynn Land, and Bill Cassidy want to tout their opposition to an increase in the minimum wage, then Christmas has indeed come early. Regardless, we plan to tout it for them.