Words of Wisdom

Henderson, KY

#206 Aug 11, 2014
http://www.ibtimes.com/tax-avoidance-mitch-mc... . Looks like Mitch has a lot of troubles coming his way. Elaine Chao's father moves his company to Liberia to avoid paying taxes. A vote for Mitch is a vote for China....
r Facts

Radcliff, KY

#207 Aug 11, 2014
ELG Metals right their in Louisville, 260 violations with EPA, putting their chemicals in the water you, me and our children drink, fines 0, no enforcement action, how can that be, two words Mitch McConnell, he takes care of business at the people's expense, just let Louisville suck these chemicals down, same thing as West Virginia spill, let the people of Louisville drink these chemicals.
r Facts

Radcliff, KY

#208 Aug 11, 2014
and if they do fine them Mitch McConnell will give them tax break in same amount, he did that before, the taxpayer ends up paying their fine, ends up drinking their chemicals, end up suffering from chemical poisoning, let's give him 6 more years to finish the job, the job of killing our children. Look how much money Exxon gives him, they own Black Leaf.
Mike Shields

Radcliff, KY

#210 Aug 11, 2014
Another week of the Obama presidency, and another vacation and political fundraiser — this time in Martha's Vineyard.

Since taking office, President Obama has hosted 400 fundraising events. That’s an average of one fundraiser every 5 days. In just six years, Obama has held 72 more fundraisers than George W. Bush hosted in all 8 years as President.

In his first term alone, Obama set the record for attending more fundraisers than any other President in modern history.

We know this Fundraiser-in-Chief prefers hobnobbing with the Hollywood Elite, Liberal Establishment and billionaire environmentalists more than actually doing the job he was elected to do.

But with all that is going on at home and abroad right now, the last thing the President should be doing is fundraising.

Now is a time for leadership. And under President Obama, it’s sorely missing.

There are crisis occurring around the world — and a humanitarian crisis on our own U.S.-Mexico border. There’s the IRS targeting and cover-up scandal. And there’s the ObamaCare plan debacle — with another one on the horizon.

Obama was elected to be the Commander-in-Chief — not the Fundraiser-in-Chief.

Tell Obama: get your priorities straight.

And remember, a vote for Alison Grimes IS a vote for Obama and his policies.
lenny

Radcliff, KY

#211 Aug 11, 2014
Mike Shields wrote:
Another week of the Obama presidency, and another vacation and political fundraiser — this time in Martha's Vineyard.
Since taking office, President Obama has hosted 400 fundraising events. That’s an average of one fundraiser every 5 days. In just six years, Obama has held 72 more fundraisers than George W. Bush hosted in all 8 years as President.
In his first term alone, Obama set the record for attending more fundraisers than any other President in modern history.
We know this Fundraiser-in-Chief prefers hobnobbing with the Hollywood Elite, Liberal Establishment and billionaire environmentalists more than actually doing the job he was elected to do.
But with all that is going on at home and abroad right now, the last thing the President should be doing is fundraising.
Now is a time for leadership. And under President Obama, it’s sorely missing.
There are crisis occurring around the world — and a humanitarian crisis on our own U.S.-Mexico border. There’s the IRS targeting and cover-up scandal. And there’s the ObamaCare plan debacle — with another one on the horizon.
Obama was elected to be the Commander-in-Chief — not the Fundraiser-in-Chief.
Tell Obama: get your priorities straight.
And remember, a vote for Alison Grimes IS a vote for Obama and his policies.
man are you thick, Ronald Reagan was a Hollywood elite
lenny

Radcliff, KY

#212 Aug 11, 2014
Mitch, better get some new HACKS, because HACKS are getting HACKED UP, little pup
lenny

Radcliff, KY

#213 Aug 12, 2014
the Republican world is dark and gray, surely for this nation their is a better way, listen to what they say, for Kentucky I hope a new day! Alison Grimes is for our time, Mitch McConnell and the Republicans are blind, the state of KY to them is fine, in all the nation we lag behind. let a women lead, for this is what KY needs.
The Rich Boss Man

United States

#214 Aug 12, 2014
Mike Shields wrote:
Another week of the Obama presidency, and another vacation and political fundraiser — this time in Martha's Vineyard.

Since taking office, President Obama has hosted 400 fundraising events. That’s an average of one fundraiser every 5 days. In just six years, Obama has held 72 more fundraisers than George W. Bush hosted in all 8 years as President.

In his first term alone, Obama set the record for attending more fundraisers than any other President in modern history.

We know this Fundraiser-in-Chief prefers hobnobbing with the Hollywood Elite, Liberal Establishment and billionaire environmentalists more than actually doing the job he was elected to do.

But with all that is going on at home and abroad right now, the last thing the President should be doing is fundraising.

Now is a time for leadership. And under President Obama, it’s sorely missing.

There are crisis occurring around the world — and a humanitarian crisis on our own U.S.-Mexico border. There’s the IRS targeting and cover-up scandal. And there’s the ObamaCare plan debacle — with another one on the horizon.

Obama was elected to be the Commander-in-Chief — not the Fundraiser-in-Chief.

Tell Obama: get your priorities straight.

And remember, a vote for Alison Grimes IS a vote for Obama and his policies.
Your living in a Tin Foil hat zone. Haha. Turn off Fox News and inform yourself. Why didn't you mention Bush record vacation of 1040 days in those 8 years. But them again he may have screwed up our economy even wires if he had worked those days. At least Obama is pulling us out of the Bush/Cheney disaster.
going down

Radcliff, KY

#215 Aug 12, 2014
It's not looking good for ol' Alison Grimes-Obama! SUCK IT liberals! Lmao!

"McConnell holds small lead in Kentucky

August 12, 2014

PPP's newest Kentucky poll finds Mitch McConnell taking a small lead, with 44% to 40% for Alison Lundergan Grimes, and 7% for Libertarian David Patterson. Patterson's supporters say if they had to choose between the major party candidates they would pick McConnell by a 44/34 spread, and when you reallocate those voters to their second choice it leaves McConnell with a 47/42 advantage.

In early April we found Grimes leading McConnell 45/44. The main thing that's changed since then is McConnell seeing some consolidation in his base. At that point, in the middle of his primary fight with Matt Bevin, he had only a 49 point advantage with Republican voters at 69/20. Now in the two way contest he is up 67 points with GOP voters at 78/11, and when you include the Libertarian his advantage is 63 points at 72/9. That unification of Republicans accounts for most of the change we've seen over the last four months."
going down

Radcliff, KY

#216 Aug 12, 2014
(Continued)

"This is the first time PPP has looked at approval and favorability ratings for McConnell and Grimes since December, and although he remains unpopular McConnell's seen improvement on that front as well. Then he had a 31/61 approval spread, but now it's improved to 37/54. That shift is also largely a function of movement among Republican voters- he's gone from having just a 47/41 approval rating with them up to 58/30 now. Grimes has seen her name recognition increase from 68% to 86% over that period of time but there's been little shift in her net favorability- she's gone from -6 at 31/37 to -4 at 41/45.

Barack Obama's unpopularity in Kentucky continues to make the landscape difficult for Democrats- only 32% of voters approve of the job he's doing to 63% who disapprove. 38% of the voters who disapprove of McConnell also disapprove of Obama, and among that group McConnell is receiving 20% of the vote, which is how you get to 44% of the vote with only a 37% approval rating.

All said the race remains close and McConnell remains unpopular- and among the undecided voters McConnell has just a 10% approval rating to 66% of voters who disapprove of him. So Grimes should at least have a chance with those folks.

Moving onto next year's race for Governor it's looking like a pretty wide open race. Republicans are closely split on who they want their candidate to be- 25% say Matt Bevin to 20% for James Comer, 18% for Hal Heiner, and 11% for Cathy Bailey. In a head to head Heiner leads Comer 28/22, with 50% of voters undecided. The indecision on the Republican side is a function of the candidates not being terribly well known- even coming right off his Senate bid Bevin has only 50% name recognition and Heiner at 33%, Comer at 30%, and Bailey at 15% are even lower profile than him."
going down

Radcliff, KY

#217 Aug 12, 2014
I am Thickkk republican

Radcliff, KY

#218 Aug 13, 2014
going down, what a clown, no brains found, pick yourself up not down, surely a better man can be found, and yes it is called a wo-man, hands down........Hey Rand Paul, let's have a poet's slap down, but you can't be found, I know your around, hiding somewhere in town, you republican no courage in found!
Proud American

Radcliff, KY

#219 Aug 13, 2014
President Barack Obama is the first African American President of the United States, twice elected by the American people, why would he make Eastern KY a Promise Zone, he didn't carry KY, many politicians in KY spoke poorly of him, Democrat and Republican, but he put politics aside and put that program where their was a need, Eastern KY, Kentuckians, of this president I am a Proud American, God Bless you Mr President.
r Facts

Radcliff, KY

#220 Aug 13, 2014
a state where republicans vote against cash for clunkers, we have GM, Toyota, Ford, countless support business, WILDLY SUCCESSFUL, why would they not vote for this UNIONS, last I saw William Ford didn't belong to a UNION, nor do the Toyota workers, but all benefited from this program, this President could of let the banking people fall on their ass, many would say they had it coming but he knew that it would hurt American people, so he signed bill, the one Mitch McConnell brought to his desk, personally, 850 Billion dollars, you see Mitch is love-e-dove-e with bankers, insurance companies.
Words of Wisdom

Henderson, KY

#221 Aug 13, 2014
http://mycn2.com/politics/the-chatter-democra... . Mitch says he will go after Jerry Lundergan if they don't stop going after the Chao's Empire.....
lol

Radcliff, KY

#222 Aug 13, 2014
I am Thickkk republican wrote:
going down, what a clown, no brains found, pick yourself up not down, surely a better man can be found, and yes it is called a wo-man, hands down........Hey Rand Paul, let's have a poet's slap down, but you can't be found, I know your around, hiding somewhere in town, you republican no courage in found!
Are you still on here talking to yourself again, Johnny Masters? Do you really think you're fooling anyone pretending to be "I am Thickkk republican" / "Proud American"/ "r Facts"? Btw, how's that new court case going, KJ?
Lead Poisoning

Radcliff, KY

#223 Aug 14, 2014
Lead in body is distributed to Brain, Liver, Kidney and Bones, it is particularly harmful to Children, Childhood Lead exposure is estimated to contribute to 600,000 new case of children developing Intellectual disabilities every year, no amount of Lead is safe in Human body. Lead poisoning is entirely preventable, not in KY because it is in air we breath, in our water, in our land.
Lead Poisoning

Radcliff, KY

#224 Aug 14, 2014
little johnny can't learn his lessons at school, let's test him for ADHD, well that doctor said maybe we should test little johnny for Lead, when doctor gets back to office their is phone call waiting for him, it's a Coal Baron and he tells doctor, you can test little johnny for lead, doctor tells him I already have and he is poisoned, Coal Baron replies, it doesn't matter with your child, because EPA has non-enforceable actions, and I own your government officials, lock, stock and barrel, little johnny will be a little slow the rest of his life, that is price we pay for cheap electricity in KY. But what if he ends up in jail, this story will they tell, hell no, by now you should know that well. Ken Embry
Mercury

Radcliff, KY

#225 Aug 14, 2014
effects the nervous, digestive and immune systems, and Kidney, Skin, eyes, LUNGS, in KY we are number 1 for LUNG cancer, but them coal barons will tell you, "you must be a heavy smoker" , I never smoke a day in my life, "what about your wife, second hand smoke caused this problem in your life", she to never smoked, doctor said I live near LG&E, that's what makes me choke, the amount of chemicals they put in air and water is no joke.
going down

Radcliff, KY

#226 Aug 14, 2014
Mercury wrote:
effects the nervous, digestive and immune systems, and Kidney, Skin, eyes, LUNGS, in KY we are number 1 for LUNG cancer, but them coal barons will tell you, "you must be a heavy smoker" , I never smoke a day in my life, "what about your wife, second hand smoke caused this problem in your life", she to never smoked, doctor said I live near LG&E, that's what makes me choke, the amount of chemicals they put in air and water is no joke.
NO ONE GIVES A SH!T. All we care about is our electric bills going up and jobs! And especially keeping Obama and Harry Reid's hand-picked Ky puppet Alison Grimes out of office. Take your sissified gay tree-hugger nonsense somewhere else, fruitloop!

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