anonymous user

Addison, IL

#21 Jan 23, 2013
I guess I'm in the minority here or I'm plain naive, but I think Ashley truly cares about her home state and she would work hard for us. Sorry I feel that way.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#23 Jan 23, 2013
Watcher wrote:
<quoted text>Your right, but lets run someone with a brain Trashley will not cut it how about Crit?
I'm sorry but I dont understand.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#24 Jan 23, 2013
anonymous user wrote:
I guess I'm in the minority here or I'm plain naive, but I think Ashley truly cares about her home state and she would work hard for us. Sorry I feel that way.
I agree but I would vote for a monkey if it ran against Mcconnell.

“Boogie Chill'un”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#25 Jan 23, 2013
Paul Revere wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't vote for McConnell because he isn't a true Conservative. I really wish he was.
But, I can't condemn a guy for being well off. If he made his money legitimately thru legal investments then, more power to him. And...if YOU have evidence that he has broken the law, you need to contact the FBI and present it to them.
If not, you need to shutup. Being rich is NOT a bad thing. You people need to stop listening to liberal-loons who want to redistribute wealth. Attaining financial security= GOOD.
I know I certainly don't trust those who quote the DailyKos and Washington Post...two notorious liberal fish-wrappers.
Yeah, right, Mitch came by it honest, I'm sure. I mean DC lifers are so trustworthy, right? LOL You're right about Rand though...who'd a thunk it Paul, you support a libertarian ....I knew you were closet third party, lol.
KELLERMAN

Huntsville, OH

#26 Jan 23, 2013
anonymous user wrote:
I guess I'm in the minority here or I'm plain naive, but I think Ashley truly cares about her home state and she would work hard for us. Sorry I feel that way.
Ms. Judd may understand the needs of her home state, but she is far removed to the mind set that the natives of this state. I'm sure she would be for gay rights, ban on guns and clean coal. it would be hard to obtain voter confidence in these avenues. She would do better running in a different state, I don't know the state she resides in but if its a southern state I wouldn't see her having chance.
Nosnow

London, KY

#27 Jan 23, 2013
McConnell and Rogers have been raping Kentucky and it's tax payers for years with their Good Old Boys Club. And your just now finding out about this? Hal Rogers is another of your top ten worst Reps as well HELLO...google Hal Rogers pork and find out where all he money is going instead of jobs for Pulaski. I know these guy seem to have been sweet and nice to some..some poor folks but look what he has done for the rich folks. Talking about misused of government federal spending. Hal Rogers Pork will freak you the $@*$ out
Paul Revere

London, KY

#28 Jan 24, 2013
I thought Ashley Judd now calls Nashville home? Seems I read that somewhere. Either way, she is a far left liberal and would have a VERY hard time getting elected in KY.

You know, we always see these threads attacking Republicans but, never any mention of Democrats who seem to be doing OK for themselves too? Why is that? Is it because that doesn't paint a balanced picture or promote the agenda that all Republicans are evil, money grubbers? Hmmmm.
Well, consider this. Today, hearings began to determine whether Sen. John Kerry (Mass.) will be confirmed as the new Sec. of State replacing departing Hillary Clinton. As part of the process Sen. Kerry is required to release his personal financial records. Seems Sen. Kerry has done OK himself. He has amassed over $190 million in personal fortune including investing in a Canadian Oil company connected to the Keystone XL project. Let me translate that for our liberal friends...Kerry made money from "big oil".

All of that is on top of the fact that in 2005 he lied about American soldiers "terrorizing Iraqi's in the middle of the night". Plus his outrageous accusations back in 1971 that US soldiers in Vietnam "personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs". All of his accusations have been summarily proven to be false.

But, he is a Democrat so, no problem, right?

“Boogie Chill'un”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#29 Jan 24, 2013
Paul Revere wrote:
I thought Ashley Judd now calls Nashville home? Seems I read that somewhere. Either way, she is a far left liberal and would have a VERY hard time getting elected in KY.
You know, we always see these threads attacking Republicans but, never any mention of Democrats who seem to be doing OK for themselves too? Why is that? Is it because that doesn't paint a balanced picture or promote the agenda that all Republicans are evil, money grubbers? Hmmmm.
Well, consider this. Today, hearings began to determine whether Sen. John Kerry (Mass.) will be confirmed as the new Sec. of State replacing departing Hillary Clinton. As part of the process Sen. Kerry is required to release his personal financial records. Seems Sen. Kerry has done OK himself. He has amassed over $190 million in personal fortune including investing in a Canadian Oil company connected to the Keystone XL project. Let me translate that for our liberal friends...Kerry made money from "big oil".
All of that is on top of the fact that in 2005 he lied about American soldiers "terrorizing Iraqi's in the middle of the night". Plus his outrageous accusations back in 1971 that US soldiers in Vietnam "personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs". All of his accusations have been summarily proven to be false.
But, he is a Democrat so, no problem, right?
Paul, I agree 100%, always have.

That's why I vote third party or independent or write in. No way I can vote for either side in clear conscience.
Paul Revere

London, KY

#30 Jan 24, 2013
JJ, I'm not saying Republicans are as pure as the driven snow. I've never made that claim. But, we have a few posters on this messageboard that would love everyone to believe that Democrats are angelic and only looking out for our best interests while fighting those "dirty, rich" Republicans. There is quite literally no end to their hypocrisy!
Having said that, I fully believe there are some good politicians in Washington...on both sides of the aisle. The laws of probability dictate it. But, you'll never get a diehard liberal to admit that. They simply see all Republicans as "evil" and an enemy that must be destroyed.
So, I like to give it back to them as harshly as they dish it out. Drives 'em crazy too!
mitch fact sheet

Cadiz, KY

#31 Jan 24, 2013
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/06/19/1101 ...

his estimated current wealth (not including his wifes 80,000,000)is around 30,000,000-50,000,000

his current salary : 194,000

194,000 / 50 weeks ='s 3880 a week

3880 a week /5 days ='s 776.00

he makes 776.00 dollars a day.

he knows nothing of the hardships of the working poor and middle class.

“Boogie Chill'un”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#32 Jan 24, 2013
Paul Revere wrote:
JJ, I'm not saying Republicans are as pure as the driven snow. I've never made that claim. But, we have a few posters on this messageboard that would love everyone to believe that Democrats are angelic and only looking out for our best interests while fighting those "dirty, rich" Republicans. There is quite literally no end to their hypocrisy!
Having said that, I fully believe there are some good politicians in Washington...on both sides of the aisle. The laws of probability dictate it. But, you'll never get a diehard liberal to admit that. They simply see all Republicans as "evil" and an enemy that must be destroyed.
So, I like to give it back to them as harshly as they dish it out. Drives 'em crazy too!
Yes Paul, you're 100% right again. There's one in particular who thinks they do NO wrong, lol. The funny thing is, you and I have had disagreements, but you never labeled me a liberal or Democrat, which I'm obviously not, but disagree with a liberal Democrat....you're a "right wing nutjub" or Republican...lol. Good stuff Paul, keep givin em both barrels, I do. But I give the Republicans some too.
Watcher

London, KY

#33 Jan 24, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry but I dont understand.
Crit Luallen
Watcher

London, KY

#34 Jan 24, 2013
anonymous user wrote:
I guess I'm in the minority here or I'm plain naive, but I think Ashley truly cares about her home state and she would work hard for us. Sorry I feel that way.
Granada Hills CA?

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#35 Jan 24, 2013
Paul Revere wrote:
JJ, I'm not saying Republicans are as pure as the driven snow. I've never made that claim. But, we have a few posters on this messageboard that would love everyone to believe that Democrats are angelic and only looking out for our best interests while fighting those "dirty, rich" Republicans. There is quite literally no end to their hypocrisy!
Having said that, I fully believe there are some good politicians in Washington...on both sides of the aisle. The laws of probability dictate it. But, you'll never get a diehard liberal to admit that. They simply see all Republicans as "evil" and an enemy that must be destroyed.
So, I like to give it back to them as harshly as they dish it out. Drives 'em crazy too!
It doesn't matter how much money they have to me thats a non-issue i've always voted for Mcconnell. But I will not ever vote for him again after he put getting rid of Obama ahead of his Country. His number one priority should have been our economy. His Political tactics has almost crippled this Country and has shown where his real loyalties lie.....Party first.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#36 Jan 24, 2013
Watcher wrote:
<quoted text>Crit Luallen
I understood your meaning. What I dont understand is how you think we have any say in who runs as a Political Candidate. Our only choice is the Candidate we vote for or against.
Watcher

London, KY

#37 Jan 24, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>I understood your meaning. What I dont understand is how you think we have any say in who runs as a Political Candidate. Our only choice is the Candidate we vote for or against.
Why run a nag when you have thoroughbred in the Stables? My point being that about 55%to about 60% of the party will not vote for Ashley,But Crit has a proven record and is very well liked,Hell some of Mitchs suppoerters would vote for Crit.

“Boogie Chill'un”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#38 Jan 24, 2013
Watcher wrote:
<quoted text> Why run a nag when you have thoroughbred in the Stables? My point being that about 55%to about 60% of the party will not vote for Ashley,But Crit has a proven record and is very well liked,Hell some of Mitchs suppoerters would vote for Crit.
I agree, I'd for her.
Paul Revere

London, KY

#39 Jan 25, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>It doesn't matter how much money they have to me thats a non-issue i've always voted for Mcconnell. But I will not ever vote for him again after he put getting rid of Obama ahead of his Country. His number one priority should have been our economy. His Political tactics has almost crippled this Country and has shown where his real loyalties lie.....Party first.
Conservatives...which McConnell isn't...see that defeating Obama IS inline with saving the country. To not think the two are directly related is simply naive. I'm sure you heard Obama inauguration speech earlier in the week. He basically said he wasn't going to stand for any opposition to his policies and that longtime liberal issues (such as gay marrage, climate change and higher taxes) would be front and center in his second term. It's plainly obvious that he intends to continue his sweeping cultural attack on traditional American morals while effecting radical policy shifts.
How can you NOT see the man and his minions as the real danger to this country that they are? I don't fault McConnell for opposing Obama during the election. But, he hasn't actually done that in the Senate. He's been all too eager to compromise with Harry Reid. If McConnell were a true Conservative he would have long ago said enough is enough and done SOMETHING to stop this march toward a European-style social democracy.
zipyourlip

London, KY

#40 Jan 25, 2013
zipyourlip

London, KY

#41 Jan 25, 2013
Europe.....currency worth more, government run healthcare, better pay packages for workers, less interference from the church crowd, sounds like a winner!

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