Skip to comments.Sam Youngman: “Conway sweats. A lot.”
Posted on 09/20/2015 12:56:48 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
Over at the Lexington Herald-Leader, political writer Sam Youngman offers a blistering critique of Jack Conways performance at Tuesday nights debate.
Not only did Youngman compare Conway to A 1980s commercial for antiperspirant, but said:
Between the Al Gore body language and the 1960 Richard Nixon sweating, Conway looked ill at ease on the stage, and he desperately needs strong debate performances from here on out to break through a political environment that is potentially apocalyptic for Democrats.
Conways answer to a question about a sexual harassment case bothered Youngman (among others)
The larger problem for Conway came from some of his answers, especially his response to my question about sexual harassment in Frankfort.
Its a safe bet that Republicans will continue hammering Conway for noting in his response that he has a female dog.
Youngman sums it up with:
My guess is that Conways performance wasnt disqualifying, but he needs to vastly improve in several areas before he and Bevin meet on stage again.
Maybe he can ask Massachusetts Martha Coakley for some advice.
(Excerpt) Read more at americarisingpac.org ...
They can always try to get a sympathetic judge to swap Conway out for a better candidate at the last minute.
Heck, maybe they can even get a judge to postpone the election until they can come up with a better candidate.
He’s half right. Al Gore can sweat even more than Nixon.
I thought Conway had a kind of wild-eyed look about him in the debate. The KY voters just need to remember that he is 1) a lawyer, 2) a democrat and 3) a 0bama supporter. Any one of the three should prevent a reasonable person from voting for him.
“Between the Al Gore body language and the 1960 Richard Nixon sweating”
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.