Skip to comments.Matt Bevin Continues to Impress
Posted on 02/28/2014 5:19:21 AM PST by cotton1706
Florence, KY Conservative candidate for U.S. Senate in Kentucky, Matt Bevin had a town hall meeting on Monday night in Florence, Kentucky where more than just supporters attended. On the way into the parking lot you had to pass a couple of Mitch McConnell supporters waving signs along the main road as if they were protesting against Asian food or something. That certainly didnt have any impact on the crowd once Matt Bevin arrived and began to speak. This is a man who continues to persuade undecided voters by simply being himself, a concerned family man. Bevin is married and has nine beautiful children, four of whom are adopted and he is in this race because he is concerned with the direction of this country. He is a successful businessman who has a track record of creating jobs and saving businesses. Something Kentucky and this country desperately needs.
Matt Bevin spoke about why voters in Kentucky should consider him over the highly unpopular Mitch McConnell. He covered several different topics such as the national debt, immigration, abortion, gun rights, Obamacare, running a business, job growth, and the false attacks from the McConnell campaign. Throughout his speech, he received numerous loud applauses because the people are wanting a change. They are enjoying what they hear. He is speaking to them rather than at them. His message is resonating with them. All of this was done while an Alison Lundergan Grimes tracker arrived to videotape and write about him. This seems to be an on-going occurrence with both the Grimes and McConnell campaigns as they continue to search for that five second soundbite they can use for a new attack ad.
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If McConnell loses, and Bevin is the overall winner....and another other new Republicans beat their Democratic counter-parts....then January of 2015 will be a startling new point for both the old Republican Party and the current Democrat players.
I don’t think McCain will be able to work with any of these new guys, and it’ll be hard for the media to say the Tea Party mechanism is finished off (while reading the President’s script).
But, but, he said he went to MIT but he really didn’t!!!
The red herrings being caught and put on display by McConnel are amazing.
Mcpain might just up and quit.
the first order of business should be to take his perks away. Make him want to leave.
The nightmare scenario would be getting 51 senate seats and Mccain turning Democrat in response. I wouldn’t put it past him, particularly if more Tea party senators are elected.
Not that I really have anything constructive to add, but I will take advantage of the opportunity to indulge in the doge meme, which for some reason I find very funny.
McConnell’s latest ad accuses Bevin of lying on his resume by saying he graduated from MIT. For those of you interested, here is the real truth:
I dont think McCain will be able to work with any of these new guys
Not a problem. He will still have Mitch McConnell’s little buddy, Rand Paul, to work with. Rand Paul proved that he’ll get in bed with anybody when he endorsed Mitch McConnell.
But, but, McConnell said he'd oppose Obama but he really didn't!!!
Not a difficult choice here.
Not a difficult choice here.
I would love to see a Ted Cruz or Rand Paul elected majority leader and put Traitor John McInsain in an office that was a broom closet for the bathroom janitors toilet cleaning supplies.
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