Skip to comments.A kinder, gentler Ken Buck
Posted on 02/17/2014 10:39:17 AM PST by Din Maker
Ken Buck, the presumed front-runner for the GOP Senate nomination in Colorado, is fighting back against the war on women narrative that helped doom his Senate campaign in 2010. And the opening salvo in the battle to reclaim his name is coming in the form of a two-minute video entitled, Stephanies Story.
The story goes like this: In 2008, Stephanie Drobny and her two young children fled their home in Montana after her abusive husband threatened to murder her and put her in the forest where the bears would eat her. But Ken Buck, in his capacity as the Weld County District Attorney, helped her get through a rough time in my life, Drobny, who is now a nurse in Greeley, Colorado, says during the video.
Aside from displaying a kinder, gentler Ken Buck, the video speaks to his interest in making policy. In the process of helping Drobny, Buck discovered a major loophole in the law that allowed perpetrators like her husband to continue contacting the children. Buck, Drobny, and even her daughter went to the state legislature so that they could help close the loophole. The bill was signed into law in 2011.
Of course, theres a good reason why the campaign is anxious to push out these videos now. This time around, Buck tells me he is taking proactive measures to undermine the war on women meme that hurt him last time. Buck promises this video is merely be the first in a series of maybe ten, or so, he will release.
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The big question isn’t producing good ads, but has he extracted his foot from his mouth when talking to the public and media?
Thanks Din Maker.
And more importantly, crucifying Udall for being a cruddy father, a backstabbing politician, and a thug.
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