While Senator Mitch McConnell and his wife Elaine Chao are enjoying the sweet life, paid for with our tax dollars, folks like Susan Mary Collins have to be creative when seeking the health care they need.
Kentucky.Com "It was the easiest way to get myself thrown into prison without having to hurt anybody or really do anything," she said at the time.
Collins said she had suicidal tendencies, post-traumatic stress disorder and borderline personality disorder. The structure of prison helped her cope with her conditions, she said. Read more.
It's a shame this lady has to go to prison to receive the health care she needs. Maybe if she had a health care plan like Senator Mitch McConnell she could live a normal life like Mitch and his wife Elaine do, but this is Mitch McConnell's America and Mitch and his wife Elaine have their opinions about working people:
Elaine Chao: “American employees must be punctual, dress appropriately and have good personal hygiene,” says Chao. “They need anger-management and conflict-resolution skills, and they have to be able to accept direction. Too many young people bristle when a supervisor asks them to do something.”
Elaine Chao: December 27 2007 Elaine Chao quips "There is a skills Gap."
The Skills Gap
While many of us here in America are struggling to make ends meet, working two or three jobs, Senator Mitch McConnell and his wife are slopping at the Federal trough with their gaudy salaries, pension plans and health care plans, paid for by the folks working two are three jobs that can't afford and don't have any of the benefits they are providing for Senator Mitch McConnell and his wife Elaine Chao. Yes this is Senator Mitch McConnell's America and it's too bad folks here in Kentucky don't see it for what it is.