Skip to comments.Conservative group hits McConnell in new TV ad
Posted on 10/29/2013 8:54:53 AM PDT by xzins
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is getting hit from both sides in the aftermath of the government shutdown -- and the latest volley comes from conservatives in the Kentucky contest.
The Senate Conservatives Fund, which endorsed McConnells GOP challenger Matt Bevin earlier this month, is launching its first TV ad since officially wading into the race, and it charges that McConnell helped Barack Obama and Harry Reid fund Obamacare.
Conservatives asked Mitch McConnell to lead the fight against Obamacare. He didn't listen, the 30-second ad says. Now Kentucky families are paying the price. Premiums up, lost coverage, even lost jobs. When Kentucky needed Mitch McConnell the most, he let us down. Now hes asking us to give him six more years in Washington?
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The $330,000 ad buy from the groups super PAC arm, Senate Conservatives Action, will run statewide on broadcast and cable stations from Oct. 30 through Nov. 12. Its the second SCF ad targeting McConnell, founded by now-Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint. Before the shutdown, they had launched another TV ad urging McConnell not to back down from defunding Obamacare.
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What was the reason given for not using the usual method? A right of way problem?
Eunuch Boner needs to face a military veteran with spine and guts who can tell it like it is.
If it makes you feel beter I a minister have used foul language and one of my favorites starts with s and ends with t and has a hi in the middle. My bride continues to ask if I would use that in a Sunday School lesson. I slipped once and had to applogiize. Ooppps
It’s good that Rove will have to spend money to counter the ads being run by real conservatives.
That was a interesting post. I live where there are a lot of dams (WA state) but I have never taken the time to learn how they were actually built. Makes sense to divert the river if you are not in a densely populated area.
Obviously in this case, their technology failed to deliver.
Had this ever been done before? If not, the Ohio is a mighty big river to play with. God, why does the corps keep digging these money pits?
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