Electable? Sadly, yes. In Kentucky? We might find out soon enough:

In order to try and hold on to some of the voting demographic that Judd might appeal to, Mitch McConnell plans to start wintering in Scotland, listening to some Michael Bolton and filming a few tastefully done nude scenes.

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22 Responses to “The Next Senator from Kentucky?”

  1. jeffythequick on March 4th, 2013 5:18 pm

    Her looks will get her at least 25% of the vote, and her policy positions will get her another 47% (the two can overlap).

    Mitch… step down and let a real Conservative, that is either good looking or hunky in. However, make them a Conservative, and not like that guy from Missouri. One that can speak and doesn't have an irrepressible urge to stick their foot in their mouth.

    Maybe Rand Paul can run for the seat, and have the Governor replace him for his original seat…

  2. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 5:24 pm

    Here is one of the people that could be challenging McConnell:

    Louisville businessman Matthew Bevin is interested in taking on Republican Mitch McConnell in a primary election, but no final decision has been made.

    Bevin is owner of the Connecticut-based Bevin Brothers Manufacturing, a bell-making company that has been in his family over 150 years. He is also an adviser to Waycross Partners, an investment firm in downtown Louisville.

    In a statement sent to WFPL, Bevin spokeswoman Amy Lowe says the investor has met with "various individuals and groups" including Tea Party groups in Kentucky, who have voiced "frustration with their current representation."

    I dont lnow anything more about this guy, but I am interested to find out.
    http://wfpl.org/post/matthew-bevin-confirms-tea-p

  3. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 5:31 pm

    Jeff,

    Here's that dangerous intersection MM is forever warning us about. Rino-encumbents squishy on just about everything leaving us vulnerable to pop campaigns orchestrated by media handlers for celebititions. ( If the last 2 elections don't scare the pants off you? )

    I like your spin on Rand and push come to shove, I'd throw it RIGHT back in Lib's faces how they screamed and howled over Arnold and Ronnie. What really scares me about AJ is, her *insatiable* need to be taken seriously! Now who else does that remind me of..?

  4. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 5:34 pm

    On another side note, I doubt Rand Paul would consider doing that…seeing as he has endorsed McConnell for re-election:
    http://www.hillbillyreport.org/diary/4427/senator

  5. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 6:13 pm

    Can you imagine the repercussions if Judd were elected? KY has all these old line, family held biz's that would freak out and start talking about splitting at the mere 'mention'.

    It's never too early to start the rumor mill/sabre rattling! Ruby ( go find another ) Paradise…

  6. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 6:20 pm

    They all might just end up moving to Texas.

  7. Dexter_Alarius on March 4th, 2013 6:30 pm

    To prove she has always been interested in representing her state, during her love scenes she used Kentucky Jelly.

  8. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 6:41 pm

    Crazy as it sounds, this just might happen and libs seem hellbent on herding us that direction by default? Uh… NOW what?

    Kind of funny, in MM's newsletter she posted a tweet response and it's nothing we haven't heard from the Left a million times; "Hey, why don't you get a REAL job!?" With Libs, if they're not saying, we know they're THINKING it!

    So what will they do when what little blue state mfr. 'base' they have remaining up and splits for Lone Star? Then all they'll have are mom & pop coffee shops and vid. rental places clinging by their toenails! Is THAT what it will take to change their minds about 'capitalism', free enterprise and the private sector? Cuzz' that's where they're heading!

  9. Obama bin Biden on March 4th, 2013 6:47 pm

    She's dumb as a houseplant- not gonna hqappen.

  10. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 6:54 pm

    Yeah, but so is OBAMA!? ( And he never let that hold him back? ) Or I should say, it never let his handlers who's livlihoods depend on him?

    Having a blatant prog installed in Heartland would be a major coup for H'wood run Left. "There's no safe place for you bible & gun clingers!?" is the message here.

  11. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 7:13 pm

    Same goes with Texas. I saw an article not to long ago talking about the liberal plan to turn Texas blue. The scary thing is I could see it happen (especially now that J-Nap has let loose 2000 future Dem voters out of detention centers).
    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/01/democrats-l

    As we have seen in the PNW all the libs need to do is over populate the big metropolitian areas (Seattle, Portland,etc) and in no time those big cities will dominate the elections for the entire state.

  12. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 7:18 pm

    Why do I have a whole Alamo dejavu feeling going on?

  13. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 7:32 pm

    "At the Sunday event, U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, the former Dallas mayor, whipped up the crowd with a concise version of the case for competing in Texas: “When Texas turns blue, this country’s going to turn blue and it’s going to stay blue.”

    Well, at least the guy's HONEST? Yep, 1-Party-Rule, the decimation of Conservatism and systematic dismantling of the evil private sector. And RIGHT on schedule..! Those of us that have lived in the PNW long enough have seen that wet dream become our [daily] living nightmare.

    Ahem, not to get ahead of myself, but the interview in Portland went well. The thought of commuting ( and WORKING ) there again is stomach churning. Oh well, worst case scenario ( it would only be a couple years? )

  14. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 7:36 pm

    Oh, and I should add, I've NEVER ascribed to the notion there was a "Californication" of Oregon! What a load. Most people leaving Cali did so BECAUSE they were tired of flaky, budget busting social justice policies.

    And as you noted, it wasn't until we went to Fraud By Mail the perma-majority surfaced! What Ron Kirk really meant was, "let's get this thing within striking distance of 'plausible' ( and we can HACK our way in from there? )"

  15. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 7:55 pm

    Oh and how apt their consultant for "The Final Solution" calls his firm "Strategies 270"! How funny is that? By my count, what w/ the iron curtain of denial in New England, Union Blurple* Upper Midwest and the West Coast 'hat trick' in the BAG;

    I count 230 electoral votes for Dims out of the gate if they were running Shakes the Clown. Try Strategies 40…

    *Blurple was a nickename Strat players gave to Fender's "so 'blue' it's PURPLE" custom color.

  16. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 8:07 pm

    Good to hear the interview went well.

    I too had my interview (via phone) a week ago for that job in Colorado. It went really well and I was told to expect to hear something one way or the other by the end of this week.

  17. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 8:15 pm

    They had an 'employment offer disclaimer' based on the sequestor. We all kind of LAUGHED actually.

    "However qualified, in light of the sequestor, no offer of employment should be construed as 'final' and just because we interviewed a bunch of applicants is no assurance we'll get f-u-n-d-i-n-g for said position?" ( or words to that effect )

    To be honest, just knowing that going in took all the pressure off. Hope CO goes well. You've PAID your dues out here in Blurple PNW.

  18. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 8:25 pm

    Thanks. With any luck they will find the funding. Here's a suggestion…..they can fund that position for you by canceling the latest $250 million the State Dept is planning on handing over to the Egyptian government. Win-win if you ask me.

  19. Marshall_Will on March 4th, 2013 8:33 pm

    Right, and I'll do it for HALF the money! What I think has happened over the last -several- years is that the aircraft Maint. side simply can't be cut back so…. they cut corners everywhere ELSE.

    If someone retires or DIES, that pos. just went unfilled and they gave the next schmuck in line their collateral duties. One young NCO became a little freaked out he was getting all these add'l duties dumped on him and I said; "Dude, they're going to have a hard time "nailing" you because you were never given TIME to actually attend to them!"

    So it's kind of a joke. Lots of programs are withering on the vine and became in-name-only. There's only so long you can run a unit like that.

  20. Truesoldier__ on March 4th, 2013 9:17 pm

    O/T…but does this make anyone else think of Soylent Green?
    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/03/04/nh-consider

  21. SignPainterGuy on March 4th, 2013 10:55 pm

    Why would anyone WANT to reduce a loved one to a soapy liquid roughly equal to the body`s original volume ? What is gained ?

    Cremation uses a fuel, propane gas, and maybe that`s objectionable to some. There`s the smoke that now days has been scrubbed clean, so that`s NOT much of a concern. Besides, the only thing that remains after cremation is ground, burned bone the largest pieces of which are pea sized and would fill a sandwich baggie, depending on the person`s size; much easier to store afterward or scatter over a favorite body of water or cast to the four winds, as we did for my Dad and intend to do with Mom`s remains. Mine too I suppose if there`s anything left from organ donation and I don`t change my mind and offer my "self" to a Body Farm". I mentioned that to my Sis, to get her reaction. She appeared to think about it, but it still must`a been a bit gross.

  22. Truesoldier__ on March 5th, 2013 1:37 pm

    It looks like they discovered yet another problem for AJ's run in KY:
    http://dailycaller.com/2013/03/05/ashley-judds-sp

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