Isn't that the truth. What a bunch of lunatics. I think A Loser and her socks are mental cases.<quoted text>
And just to be clear.... When Ms Ashley does run.... You don't think the Clinton's will back her??
Very dumb on your part to think that.
But thinking isn't your strong suit so nevermind.
You are right. The Clintons will back Ashley as I don't think Grimes will run. This has all the stories with the links attached on the subject.
Fri Mar 22, 2013 at 02:05 PM PDT
KY-Sen: Bill Clinton Gets Involved In The Kentucky Senate Race
ABC News reports the former president has talked to Ashley Judd and Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes about running for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky.
The story, citing unnamed sources in the state, reports Clinton "expressed encouragement" to both women and was not picking one over the other. He reportedly promised to help Judd and Lundergan Grimes if they became candidates.
"President Clinton fully intends to support the Democratic nominee in this race," spokesman Matt McKenna told ABC News.- USA Today, 3/22/13
Some of Judd’s defenders argue that Grimes would hardly be able to match her widespread name recognition — a major boon against an incumbent of nearly three decades. They say Judd would quickly be able to raise a mountain of cash, energize the Democratic base like few others and have a huge media platform that would allow her to put McConnell back on his heels. Judd’s long-standing ties to the state — as an eighth-generation Kentuckian and an ever-present fan at Kentucky Wildcats basketball games — should eliminate any concern over carpetbagging, her allies say.
“I don’t think anybody in Kentucky has felt the excitement on the national level that Ashley Judd’s candidacy would bring,” said Rep. John Yarmuth from Louisville, who has emerged as the most prominent public proponent of Judd’s candidacy.“I think many people in Kentucky are thinking about it in very conventional terms, and I don’t think it will be a conventional race.”
Yarmuth added:“[Grimes’s] candidacy would be more of a conventional candidacy; she’s not going to get $20 million of free media.”
“If Ashley runs, I don’t know why [Grimes] would risk a very promising future where she has all sorts of options open to her to take on Ashley Judd in a primary for Senate,” Yarmuth said.“She’s young. She’s got all sorts of time. I can’t see her taking that risk.”- Politico, 3/19/13
McConnell has been spending big on attack ads to discourage Judd from running which is a clear sign that McConnell is scared of her and is in serious trouble. But McConnell's team is also scared of Grimes and is trying to discourage her from running as well.
Even the teabaggers are looking to run against him. haha