Would you vote for Ashley Judd for Se...

Would you vote for Ashley Judd for Senate?

Created by Bob on Feb 5, 2013

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Racine, OH

#1 Feb 5, 2013
Over Mitch, yes

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

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Flat Lick Ky.

#2 Feb 5, 2013
If she runs against Mitch McConnell I will vote for her.

“Boogie Chill'un”

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#3 Feb 5, 2013
Just what we need, a Hollywood blow hard know it all. Hollywood idiots are so far removed from reality it's pathetic. No thanks....as much as I loathe the bastard, I believe I'd rather have ol' Turkey Neck....how about getting a REAL candidate to go up against Mitch?

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#4 Feb 5, 2013
Granted , she ain't got a clue about representing her constituents , but , vote for the real boobs -

“Colorful Beyond Words ”

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" Live, Laugh, Love "

#5 Feb 5, 2013
NO !! Are you kidding me? She does not have Kentucky's best interest at heart. What speeches I have heard from her .... she is totally negative about KY. Just another "star" seeking attention.
Notachristian

United States

#6 Feb 5, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
Just what we need, a Hollywood blow hard know it all. Hollywood idiots are so far removed from reality it's pathetic. No thanks....as much as I loathe the bastard, I believe I'd rather have ol' Turkey Neck....how about getting a REAL candidate to go up against Mitch?
I agree! We have too many "actors" using their influence , that have no clue as to how the real world works.

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#7 Feb 5, 2013
Hatti_Hollerand wrote:
NO !! Are you kidding me? She does not have Kentucky's best interest at heart. What speeches I have heard from her .... she is totally negative about KY. Just another "star" seeking attention.
You said it Hatti, I repeat; Are you kidding me?!
gomer-ez

Brodhead, KY

#8 Feb 5, 2013
No
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Somerset, KY

#9 Feb 5, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
Just what we need, a Hollywood blow hard know it all. Hollywood idiots are so far removed from reality it's pathetic. No thanks....as much as I loathe the bastard, I believe I'd rather have ol' Turkey Neck....how about getting a REAL candidate to go up against Mitch?
Take out the word Hollywood and it's pretty much a self description. Thanks for always giving us a good laugh.
Grady

London, KY

#10 Feb 5, 2013
I wouldn't vote for her. She has many UK fans blinded by her showing up for game but the truth is she would be in favor of shutting down the coal industry. Obama has devastated mining in EKY already. We don't need her to come in and finish them off. She doesn't have Kentucky's interest at heart.
Sundae

Hazard, KY

#11 Feb 5, 2013
No. I would trust a polition before I would an actor.
Ollie

Winfield, TN

#12 Feb 5, 2013
Another liberal to go after guns.

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#13 Feb 5, 2013
Please wrote:
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Take out the word Hollywood and it's pretty much a self description. Thanks for always giving us a good laugh.
So you'd vote for her? You know, it's always better to keep your mouth shut and let people wonder if you're an utter moron than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. They're not laughing with you, dumb&*%, they're laughing AT you....it's idiots like you that have elected these "leaders" we have now and why we are offered bigger idiots like Ashley Judd as alternatives. The dumbing of America is almost complete, as evidenced by sheep such as yourself being allowed to vote. You could have been somebody too if you had only tried, now go watch American Idol and see if you can pick out your next presidential candidate ...simpleton.
Yeah

Nashville, TN

#15 Feb 5, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
Just what we need, a Hollywood blow hard know it all. Hollywood idiots are so far removed from reality it's pathetic. No thanks....as much as I loathe the bastard, I believe I'd rather have ol' Turkey Neck....how about getting a REAL candidate to go up against Mitch?
Yep.
Really

Somerset, KY

#17 Feb 5, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
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So you'd vote for her? You know, it's always better to keep your mouth shut and let people wonder if you're an utter moron than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. They're not laughing with you, dumb&*%, they're laughing AT you....it's idiots like you that have elected these "leaders" we have now and why we are offered bigger idiots like Ashley Judd as alternatives. The dumbing of America is almost complete, as evidenced by sheep such as yourself being allowed to vote. You could have been somebody too if you had only tried, now go watch American Idol and see if you can pick out your next presidential candidate ...simpleton.
You might want to take your own advice to heart. People pay far more attention to someone who presents a cogent argument instead of someone who rants and raves and verbally jumps up and down like a spoiled child. That said, I wouldn't vote for someone simply because they came from the entertainment industry, but I wouldn't exclude them either because of it. Old Ronnie Reagan had a great career in politics and was proud of his film days. He wan't my choice for president, but most of the country seemed to like him. And if I recall correctly, you are quite fond of Jesse Ventura who was a fixture in reality TV for many years. I see no difference, unless of course you actually believe that wrestling is real and not scripted.

Personally, I know little about Judd's politics and the only voices I've heard at this point are those who dislike her. I usually prefer to judge someone based on things they actually say and do and until she is a candidate all of this is simply noise. If she is actually for clean coal and the development of alternate energy sources, then I would like to hear what she has to say. As for Judd not being a resident of KY, neither was Romney when he ran for governor of Massachusetts. At least the Clintons bought a house iN NY right before Hillary ran for the Senate as did all the Kennedy kids who ran for office in states they didn't live in. So this wouldn't be the first time.
zipyourlip

Somerset, KY

#18 Feb 5, 2013
Really wrote:
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You might want to take your own advice to heart. People pay far more attention to someone who presents a cogent argument instead of someone who rants and raves and verbally jumps up and down like a spoiled child. That said, I wouldn't vote for someone simply because they came from the entertainment industry, but I wouldn't exclude them either because of it. Old Ronnie Reagan had a great career in politics and was proud of his film days. He wan't my choice for president, but most of the country seemed to like him. And if I recall correctly, you are quite fond of Jesse Ventura who was a fixture in reality TV for many years. I see no difference, unless of course you actually believe that wrestling is real and not scripted.
Personally, I know little about Judd's politics and the only voices I've heard at this point are those who dislike her. I usually prefer to judge someone based on things they actually say and do and until she is a candidate all of this is simply noise. If she is actually for clean coal and the development of alternate energy sources, then I would like to hear what she has to say. As for Judd not being a resident of KY, neither was Romney when he ran for governor of Massachusetts. At least the Clintons bought a house iN NY right before Hillary ran for the Senate as did all the Kennedy kids who ran for office in states they didn't live in. So this wouldn't be the first time.
Fred Thompson, Mary Bono Mack and her father Sonny Bono, and Fred Grandy are a few other Hollywood types that have graced the halls of Congress, but it was alright for them, because they were conservative. Hypocrites abound, lol! Didn't Arnold Schwarzenegger give the keynote address at a GOP Convention many moons ago?

“Boogie Chill'un”

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#19 Feb 5, 2013
zipyourlip wrote:
<quoted text>Fred Thompson, Mary Bono Mack and her father Sonny Bono, and Fred Grandy are a few other Hollywood types that have graced the halls of Congress, but it was alright for them, because they were conservative. Hypocrites abound, lol! Didn't Arnold Schwarzenegger give the keynote address at a GOP Convention many moons ago?
Nope, they were idiots too....
zipyourlip

Somerset, KY

#20 Feb 5, 2013
Forgot one, Shirley Temple Black was also a Hollywood icon, who also was a conservative. I, like you, know little about what Ashley Judd stands for, but at this point I'd listen to anyone other than Mitch McConnell. Do you suppose Mitch ever visits Kentucky for anything other than campaign contributions?
Interested

Casey, IL

#21 Feb 5, 2013
I would vote for just above anybody over a slim thief like McConnell!

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#22 Feb 5, 2013
Really wrote:
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You might want to take your own advice to heart. People pay far more attention to someone who presents a cogent argument instead of someone who rants and raves and verbally jumps up and down like a spoiled child. That said, I wouldn't vote for someone simply because they came from the entertainment industry, but I wouldn't exclude them either because of it. Old Ronnie Reagan had a great career in politics and was proud of his film days. He wan't my choice for president, but most of the country seemed to like him. And if I recall correctly, you are quite fond of Jesse Ventura who was a fixture in reality TV for many years. I see no difference, unless of course you actually believe that wrestling is real and not scripted.
Personally, I know little about Judd's politics and the only voices I've heard at this point are those who dislike her. I usually prefer to judge someone based on things they actually say and do and until she is a candidate all of this is simply noise. If she is actually for clean coal and the development of alternate energy sources, then I would like to hear what she has to say. As for Judd not being a resident of KY, neither was Romney when he ran for governor of Massachusetts. At least the Clintons bought a house iN NY right before Hillary ran for the Senate as did all the Kennedy kids who ran for office in states they didn't live in. So this wouldn't be the first time.
When someone comes after me, I fire back...and get over the top with it ON PURPOSE. My advice would be to not jump in the kitchen if you can't stand the heat.

As for Ventura, he was Navy UDT before he went into wrestling ....was governor after. He also tries to seek truth in a world of deceit and lies. That is why I support what he tries to accomplish...it's why I supported Gatewood Galbraith, Perot, etc. He answers only to himself, Ronnie Reagan was a puppet for Merrill Lynch. Have you ever seen his speech on wall street where the Merrill Lynch CEO, can be heard telling the president of the United States to "cut it short "? I have...

I was polite for many years, but I made a vow this year to be vocal and even confrontational to get people to open their eyes and think....and yes, I am prone to use hyperbole to get that point across, because being nice hasn't gotten it done, just look at the mess. People are still sending the same ol same ol back to the gravy train these criminals have implemented for themselves and their campaign "donors".

Ashley is a fine actress, her politics definitely lean left, but she just doesn't have the experience to be in federal government, in my opinion. She might want to go state, or even local for that matter. We're all probably a little tired of Mitch, but that doesn't mean we should think we can replace him off the street. Is that "calm enough" for you?

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