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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Zaac, Oct 16, 2013.
Should shed some light on what the current batch of RINOs is trying to accomplish.
I can add some light to that. I live very near Paducah. Mitch baby has dropped in the polls like a rock in West Kentucky as of late, and he heavily depends on the west end of the state for victory to counter the Democrat support in Louisville and Lexington. West Kentucky used to be solid Democrat in past decades.
My family, many friends and church members are so disgusted with politicians as of late, most are ready and willing to vote for his opposition in the primary next spring, and if that does not work, vote for the Democrat in the general election without giving it a second thought to who it is. Many of these folks have never voted for a Democrat in their life over many decades. Anger towards this particular politician and others in general runs very deep, deep enough to vote against them just to remove them from office. The last three weeks is the straw that broke the camel's back.
Say Zaac, if you will send me three million, I will put a pool in your backyard.
I'm almost there as well.
"Like a rock"? The last poll -- which is well over a month old -- showed a two point margin for Grimes, in a poll with a 3.5 point margin for error. I'd hardly say that's "dropping like a rock." Grimes only has a 33% positive job approval in her position as Secretary of State, tempered by a 29% negative job approval, but that means over a third of the electorate has no opinion of her at all. While McConnell's job performance in the Senate is viewed negatively by 58% of the Kentucky voters, he's nonetheless at 38% job approval rating. That's five points better than Grimes. Sounds like the only thing the polls show is that it's way too early to depend on polls to project a potential outcome there. When push comes to shove, whether they like McConnell's performance in the Senate or not, they aren't going to give up the seniority -- and yes, the pork-barrel rewards that brings -- for someone they hardly know.
I'm not falling for it. Next year, you'll ask me for another million to fix the little thing. :laugh:
Once again you do not read the post. I said a poll for West Kentucky. First of all, you are not a citizen of Kentucky, and do not have a clue what is going on here. Secondly, if you were paying any attention at all to current events, you would have noticed that McConnell voted with Obama and Paul against on the final plan to reopen government and avoid the debt ceiling. Yet, you create the gap between people like Obama and McConnell, when it is in fact between Obama/McConnell and Paul.
Since you live in a state that elected one of the most liberal Senators in the United States, you hardly have any room to comment on any other state's Senators.
You did not comment on the most important election facing McConnell next year, which is the primary. You know why? I do. Because his primary challenge is from a Paul type candidate, Tea Party if you will. This is just more evidence that you are here to advance the RINO agenda, which translates to aiding and abetting the Democrat agenda.
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So tell us, how does it feel to cross a RINO and a JA?
Who would that be? And why does the actions of other preclude TND from commenting?