Ashley Judd Is a 30-Second Ad Waiting to Happen<quoted text>
That may well be, as I stop in this one and don't go from site to site posting the same thing like they do. Whitehair has been here since 2010, I have never heard him make racist remarks or condone them. If he is standing up for that A Loser with the CAPS of nonsense, it doesn't make him any better. I agree. The Glasgow nutjob I just ignore. I like to play with the two reigning idiots A Loser and the crazy goat girl. They are a sick bunch, all of them. Nothing of substance, no uplifting review of potential candidates (can't wait until they do), nothing current, always BACKWARDS. It only continues to show why people choose Dems in elections. They are full of hate, gloom, doom and racism who stoop to namecalling and assumptions. Most apply to them more than anyone on here. No solutions, no CANDIDATES. Party of NO/teabaggers are the dying minority. They will never do anything but eat their own and make asses of themselves doing it. Pure entertainment meanwhile. You guys keep up the good posts. I so enjoy reading them. I am loving the fear of Ashley Judd in them. It is PRICELESS.
She is a self-described "three-time rape survivor" who, according to a Huffington Post report by Howard Fineman, said last month at a private dinner in Louisville that since she has survived rape, "I think I can handle Mitch McConnell.”
But Judd is not a great fit for a conservative Southern state, and her vulnerabilities are tailor-made for 30-second political ads. In 2006, she criticized as a vestige of “male dominion” the tradition of fathers giving away their daughters in marriage, and said,“It’s unconscionable to breed, with the number of children who are starving to death in impoverished countries.”
Last fall, homing in on a pillar of the Kentucky economy, she tweeted,
“The era of coal plant is over, unacceptable.”
She continues to provide fodder for the GOP even as she heads toward a candidacy (all right, so the husband she is divorcing, and calls “family forever,” is Scottish race-car driver Dario Franchitti -- but did she have to tell students this month that “we winter in Scotland”?).
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has released a satirical (and fake) Judd fundraising letter, and the McConnell campaign posted a mash-up video including clips in which Judd refers to both Tennessee and San Francisco as “home.”“It's difficult to envision how a faded Hollywood star, who currently lives in Tennessee, believes that having children is 'unconscionable,' and that coal is 'unacceptable,' would be able to relate to folks in Kentucky,” says NRSC spokesman Brad Dayspring. If she runs, he adds,“we'll look forward to hearing her further explain her odd views -- after she moves to the state, of course.”
tee hee hee