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To: Alas Babylon!
After Mitch McConnell won his primary this week, a huge amount of people here says they'd rather vote for the democrat

Sadly, that seems to be one of only two ways to get rid of the old chaff from Capitol Hill. The other way being Providence, except that Providence seem to be slow, very slow.
22 posted on 05/25/2014 5:38:52 AM PDT by TomGuy
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To: TomGuy
You miss my point entirely.

It is not about ridding the chaff in the general election but rather the primary.

27% of Kentucky's eligble voters voted in the primary on May 20th. Since Kentucky is a deeply conservative state, why couldn't those non-voting but eligible conservatives had taken 30 minutes of their busy lives and go vote for BEVINS???!!!!

They didn't. Call it laziness, ignorance or whatever, but we conservatives have a terrible voting problem.

Many here have said "Give me a conservative candidate for a change, and I will vote for him/her!"

Well, another chance squandered.

All talk. nothing but cheap talk. Seriously, I'm pi$$ed.

27 %. Really?! And every Kentuckian conservative wants Mitch McConnell to lose, so I'm told. Now they're so angry, they'll vote for the democrat in November just to show 'em!

Don't you realize just how lame that is, given Tuesday's turnout?

The rest of us sure wants him to go! Where the Hell where the Kentucky conservatives on Tuesday? Did non-Kentucky conservative rally to help get out the vote for Bevins in Kentucky?

No, they were on Free Republic, complaining about Boehner and McConnell being the same as democrats, and now talking about voting democrat to really show 'em that conservatives cannot be taken for granted! Seriously?

48 posted on 05/25/2014 6:54:01 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
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