Skip to comments.Howard Fineman: Dem Party organization in Kentucky doesn't want Ashley Judd
Posted on 03/11/2013 7:02:58 PM PDT by Talkradio03
Howard Fineman said he went to the Democratic Party organization big dinner this week down in Kentucky and reports the the Dem Party doen't want Ashley Judd as the candidate for the KY senate race
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boo hoo. she is just so awesome
you mean those smart, useful, Democrats feel they have too many ‘boob’s’ in the Senate already...
I think she’d be a strong candidate in California, but they already have two idiot lib women in those jobs who likely will die on the job rather than retire.
Mitch McConnell ain’t perfect, but he must be laughing up his sleeve as he imagines that first Mitch-Ashley debate.
Here in Washington we have provided Patty Murray ad nauseam.
she always appears to me to be struggling in left field...but she just keeps on getting re elected..
Or as Don Rickles used to say,
“She won’t show up, she’ll just phone it in.”
It is up to the people not the party in any case. Last I heard the Democratic governor was encouraging Ashley, but she needs to formally announce by next week or the distraction to the state is just going to keep growing.
Why would anyone want a liberal uneducated school dropout for any office.
ok, I stand corrected. She studied French, anthropology, art history, theater and women’s studies. Typical liberal curriculum. Worthless for getting a job, but I’m sure she was enlightened. That’s why these people end up as actors. They can’t do anything else with their lines of study.
Oh good. So now I can go back to hating Mitch McConnell.
Grandpa, tell me bout the good old days. Thanks to the other Judds.
What seems to have caused you to excerpt your own blog?
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