February 23, 2013

Ashley Judd for Comic Relief 2014

Since political radical Ashley Judd, who represents everything the vast majority of the people of Kentucky oppose, is a celebrity, she is commanding silly and ridiculous attention to what will probably be a run against Republican incumbent Mitch McConnell.

Her latest publicity stunt was to meet with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in Washington, D.C., in an attempt to make her appear to be a "serious' candidate to represent the people of Kentucky. It's largely a joke, and one that will be exposed if she does decide to run.

She also had dinner with prominent Democrats from Kentucky, who are extremely nervous about the strong possibility Judd could bring the Democrat party in Kentucky crashing down around her. It's very likely she could and will.

Unfortunately, her celebrity status has pushed Kentucky Democrats into a corner, although some have and should resist showing support for this extreme potential candidate.

I hope Judd does enter the raise, as it'll be hilarious to see her and the Kentucky Democrats attempt to make her look legitimate in the eyes of the people of the Commonwealth.

At the same time it'll be entertaining to see the other Democrats who don't believe at all in what she represents distance themselves from her.

While national Democrats think they have a great candidate, they obviously don't understand Kentucky and its people in any way. Ashley Judd could cause more damage to the Democratic Party in Kentucky than any other force seen in a long time.

In other words, this is going to be a hoot and much comic relief for what would otherwise an election that would be a repetition of past elections.

Republicans will love this while Democrats will be chewing their fingernails. I don't care what dishonest and corrupt pollsters say, Judd has went to political bed with Obama, and if she tries to use the "outsider" card as the way to battle against McConnell, how hard is it to paint her with the fact she hasn't lived in Kentucky for years, and is among the most extreme liberals that could be put in a political race in one of the most conservative states.

Like I said. This is going to be a lot of fun and entertainment, but in the end I don't think the Democrats will be happy if she decides to run, no matter how hard the media tries to make her their darling.

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