Check out this bit from Daniel Mongiardo’s latest email blast, in a portion about what “gifts” to his campaign can allegedly accomplish:
And, perhaps most importantly, it will send a message – a message the entire country could benefit from: the US Senate will not be awarded to an individual based on who their parents are or how much money they have.
A true WTF moment.
That was followed up with:
I am the only candidate in this race who has a record of fighting for everyday, working Kentuckians. From standing on the picket lines with nurses in Hazard to insisting on fair access to healthcare in Frankfort, the positions I have taken have not always been popular, but they have made a difference for Kentuckians in need.
Because we all know that Senate Bill 245 made a difference for Kentuckians in need at the time: fearmongers who wanted to be re-elected/ward off accusations of being fruity. Blind support of King Coal and mountaintop removal makes a difference for Kentuckians in need: corrupt politicians. Making loud commercials illegal makes a difference for Kentuckians in need: fat slobs who can’t be bothered to turn down the television. Attacking the governor on tape using vulgarity and then denying it makes a difference for Kentuckians in need: me.
Happy New Year!