Elect Ashley Judd who will work for Ky and the USA

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I'll vote mitch again. Funny thing about mitch, nobody votes for him, according to these chats, but he always gets 65 percent of the vote. Go mitch !
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Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text> Our job's are going oversea's and you ask why, I would think it's obvious.
One politican does not send our jobs overseas,except the president.

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Mar 24, 2013
 
Very interested wrote:
I'll vote mitch again. Funny thing about mitch, nobody votes for him, according to these chats, but he always gets 65 percent of the vote. Go mitch !
Mitch has never received 65% of the vote. The only time he broke 60% was against a Jewish woman in 2002.

He received 52% in 2008.
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slick willy doesn't want ashley judd, well, to run for senate, anyay.

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Disinterested wrote:
Limbertwig can only vote once, but she can post all day. Don't get your panties in a wad dearie.
The only panties I know about belongs to my wife. But you're right about being able to vote once and I guarantee it will be against McConnell even if a monkey runs.

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gomer-ez wrote:
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One politican does not send our jobs overseas,except the president.
Law's are made in the Congress and Senate.
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Mitch needs to be replaced, but a Hollywod ditz is not the answer. Find a decent candidate and we'll talk them up. Judd is a joke that'll just make us look silly for supporting her.

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Mar 24, 2013
 
Yeah wrote:
Mitch needs to be replaced, but a Hollywod ditz is not the answer. Find a decent candidate and we'll talk them up. Judd is a joke that'll just make us look silly for supporting her.
Yes, finally some common sense in the discussion. I've never voted anything but third party or independent, but I'd consider Crit Luallan if she ran.....

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Mar 24, 2013
 
gomer-ez wrote:
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One politican does not send our jobs overseas,except the president.
I found this for you, it explains how Bill's become Law's.

http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/thepresidentand...
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Just another second rate movie star want to be politician with no experience or connection with the average working person. I almost forgot, most likely also another Gun Grabber. She wont get my vote.
Paul Revere

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Mar 25, 2013
 
I'd like to see McConnell replaced by a true Conservative. But, Judd is simply wasting her time and all that liberal Hollywood money in any sort of attempt at a Senate seat from KY. She is anti-coal, pro-abortion and has actually suggested poor people shouldn't be allowed to have kids. And if all of that isn't enough, she actually posted "Go Cards!" in a tweet over the weekend. That alone may have done her in. LOL!
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Mar 25, 2013
 
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>I found this for you, it explains how Bill's become Law's.
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/thepresidentand...
I know how bills are passed.
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Mar 25, 2013
 
Paul Revere wrote:
I'd like to see McConnell replaced by a true Conservative. But, Judd is simply wasting her time and all that liberal Hollywood money in any sort of attempt at a Senate seat from KY. She is anti-coal, pro-abortion and has actually suggested poor people shouldn't be allowed to have kids. And if all of that isn't enough, she actually posted "Go Cards!" in a tweet over the weekend. That alone may have done her in. LOL!
I don't think she has a chance due to her stance on abortion and coal. I would agree if your poor and can't afford children than you shouldn't have them if your depending on the tax payees to provide the funds for your children. Anyone would be better than Mitch but I would assume he will be reelected again and again.
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Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>Law's are made in the Congress and Senate.
Boy have you ever heard of a presidental executive order.
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Limberwig probably missed clas that day.
obama has used executive order 138 time.
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Have you ever heard of Primary Elections? Don't like Mitch's character? Don't like Ashley the liberal. That is not your only choice.
Gear up for a Primary that puts new people in Washington who listen to the people, control spending, and ignores the money men.
Primaries are uber important. Don't ignore them.
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Mar 25, 2013
 
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Kentuckians live by the phrase "United We Stand, Divided We Fall." It's emblazoned on our flag along with two men, a frontiersman (Daniel Boone) and a statesman (Henry Clay) standing together. They may be standing on opposite sides of the seal, but their embrace symbolizes a spirit of cooperation and caring for your fellow man, even though you may sometimes disagree with him. Yet as Senate Minority Leader, you proudly announced that your chief goal as the top Republican member was not to create jobs or help schools or look out for the struggling middle class, but to deny President Obama a second term. We've seen a record amount of Republican filibusters, surpassing all others made in recent history, under your leadership. Since you've been the Republican leader, the US Senate has become what Jesus, when he cleansed the temple of the greedy moneychangers, referred to as a "den of thieves." And because of your divisive tactics, you are not a Kentuckian. But that's not the only reason.
You've also let down the very same Kentuckians you were elected to represent, by choosing to first represent the interests of those who write your campaign checks. In your 2002 re-election campaign, which precluded your YES vote on the Iraq War, your top campaign donor, Guardsmark, and your #10 campaign donor, Mantech International, were both military contractors or as FDR called them, war profiteers. Just months after your YES vote to the invasion of Iraq, which claimed the lives of at least 4,500 American soldiers and has cost us upwards of $800 billion, you voted once again for an additional $86 billion in war spending. Two years later, when the behavior of military contractors like those who donated to your previous campaign were questioned in the public, you voted NO to a bill that would have investigated those companies, who were paid with taxpayer money and should have every reason to be transparent.
But in 2010, when those soldiers who were fortunate enough to make it home from Iraq alive needed your help the most, you voted NO to $3.4 billion in assistance for homeless veterans with children to look after. You even voted NO to spending just $1 billion in 2012 for a jobs program for veterans, many of whom live in your state. Your craven subservience to big money special interests has never been more clear than when you gave your #24 campaign contributor in your 2008 re-election bid, Amgen, a Christmas gift in the fiscal cliff bill that bilked Medicare out of $500 million. Because of your disdain for your constituents and naked pandering to your campaign donors, you don't deserve to be called a Kentuckian. You're a prostitute who puts out services after enough is put into your pocket. And last time I checked, prostitution is illegal in Kentucky.
Your attack campaign on Ashley Judd, the darling of Kentucky basketball, a native Tennessean but still more of a Kentuckian than you'll ever be, will backfire. Kentucky voters are fed up with paying you an exorbitant salary to sit on your thumbs while refusing to help anybody but yourself. The latest polls show it at the end of 2012, most Kentucky voters said they can't stand you. 73 percent of Democrats disapprove of you and 58 percent of Independents say they don't like you either. Even 28 percent of Republicans openly disapprove of how you've wrecked the country.
Your time is limited, Senator McConnell. It's time for you to step aside, and let a Kentuckian do the job you haven't been doing for decades.
dummass...as a fresh MAN senator she would have a say so on anythang..........
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Mar 25, 2013
 
answerman wrote:
Have you ever heard of Primary Elections? Don't like Mitch's character? Don't like Ashley the liberal. That is not your only choice.
Gear up for a Primary that puts new people in Washington who listen to the people, control spending, and ignores the money men.
Primaries are uber important. Don't ignore them.
Where can I find that extinct critter?I have been hunting a few decades for one of those.

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Jeff wrote:
<quoted text>Boy have you ever heard of a presidental executive order.
An executive order can be overturned, Obama-care went all the way to the Supreme Court. If you want to know how jobs move from America to China read this and pay attention to the dates and names. Our Politicians, both Republicans and Democrats working together.
http://www.counterpunch.org/2004/04/01/first-...

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answerman wrote:
Have you ever heard of Primary Elections? Don't like Mitch's character? Don't like Ashley the liberal. That is not your only choice.
Gear up for a Primary that puts new people in Washington who listen to the people, control spending, and ignores the money men.
Primaries are uber important. Don't ignore them.
I'm hopeing someone better qualified than Judd runs. I refuse to vote for McConnell.

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