Yes, elected officials should have to work regardless of politics. In the case of senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, he should be required to do his job by facilitating the confirmation hearings of Merrick Garland, the Supreme Court pick from President Obama. He should not forego his duties because he disagrees with the president.
Yes, elected officials should have to work regardless of politics. Whether or not Obama is in office has nothing to do with the fact that he works for the people. He is an elected official by citizens and therefore works for them. He should have to continue working or face consequences.
Imagine any other kind of job where a person didn't do the work just because they didn't like the people they had to work with. In politics, Americans like balance. That is why so many midterm elections go against the President. Elected officials should do the work that they are hired to do.
It goes without saying that an elected official should start doing their job the day they take office. Not everyone likes or gets along with their boss. This is only a temporary situation and Mr. McConnell should get on with doing his job. He is elected as a servant to the people not President Obama.
Can you prove that his constituencies wanted him to stop the confirmation from taking place? Did he conduct a survey, or have the part that he represents, hold a special election to have the people decide? Please do your research before you say anything that is misinformation, which then will be spread like wildfire to other people who will form their opinion on possible misinformation.
McConnell's Job is to do what the people who elected him want of him, not what Barack Obama wants him to do. The article presented is a complaint that McConnell did not allow Obama to appoint a Justice to the Supreme Court. In doing so he did do his job as that he prevented the current President from doing any further damage to his successor's Presidency.