Proof McConnell Fudging Some Military Facts

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Several correspondences later we decided to request the information we needed from the National Archives Southeast Region in Atlanta and they sent us Mitch McConnell’s complete Selective Service Classification Records and when we looked under column 7 Armed Forces Physical Examination it was blank, indicating that Mitch McConnell did not receive a Armed Forces Physical Examination as stated by Richard Flahavan, in his extract. If the Selective Service Classification Record is correct and Mitch McConnell didn’t receive Armed Forces Physical Examination, then how could he flunk the Armed Forces Physical Examination he didn’t take and what is the real reason Mitch McConnell didn’t serve his country during the Vietnam war?

Senator Mitch McConnell has an obligation to clear this up and I’m suggesting he publish his military discharge papers for all of us to see and until that time we have good reason to believe he has something to hide.


What’s Mitch got to hide about his military service? We’ll never know.

Some day the chickenhawks will come home to roost.

Oh Snap Monday! We’re All Frozen & Gambled

Jon “Hotwheels” Draud Struck Again Last Week. Just in case you missed it. [Page One]

Mining corruption update: Here’s your emailed proof. Alliance Coal knew Ron Mills would be fired before Mills actually knew. I’m betting Kerri Richardson wishes she’d never gone to work for the Beshear Misadministration. [John Cheves]

Amanda Van Benschoten has a story about online political attacks in the U.S. Senate race. She is in the tank for the internets! [Enquirer]

Why is Jack Ditty trying to run against Robin Webb again? Is he suffering from Anne Northup Syndrome? [Bluegrass Politics]

If Steve Nunn’s attorney can’t get that sweet dough? He’s gonna bail, dudes. [Stephenie Steitzer]

Rand Paul’s early lead is a sign of Republican Party division. Scott Jennings is smoking crack if he thinks Mitch McConnell is hugely popular in Kentucky, though. And Rand Paul is brain dead if he thinks attaching Trey Grayson to Bill Clinton is a bad thing in Kentucky. Because Bill Clinton is hugely popular in the Bluegrass. [Jack Brammer & Ryan Alessi]

A pipe plant is moving to E-town. I should win many awards for avoiding obvious jokes. [WHAS11]

Sounds like something that would happen in Kentucky. A Senator nominating his secret girlfriend/mistress to be U.S. Attorney. But it didn’t. Thanks to Max Baucus, it happened in Montana. [Roll Call]

David Adams, who has morphed into a cyborg of ignorance lately, should take note. Even the Washington Post says (re: the climate change emails he has a you-know-what over), “They don’t provide proof that human-caused climate change is a lie or a swindle.” So maybe it’s time for David to stop spreading his horse dung around as 100% solid on behalf of a U.S. Senate candidate. [WaPo]

Commerce Lexington should promote the future, not coal’s past. [Tom Eblen]

Keep Our Jobs In Kentucky / Kentucky Equine Education Project is spending eleventy billion dollars to elect slots-supporting candidates. [Tom Loftus]

Naturally, people think sports is the most important thing in the Commonwealth. [H-L Poll]

Remember the Pearl Harbor raid on December 7, 1941. [Navy History]

Sometimes you have to wonder whether or not Jim Bunning knows if he’s coming or going. [Jim Carroll]

What the crap is this mess? Daniel Mongiardo’s Kids? Really? [Scary Hot Mess]

Thursday Morning Dept of Things Never Change

Len Peters says it was solely his decision (because of performance – PROVE IT!) to fire Ron Mills from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet as mine permits director. Multiple sources in Governor Steve Beshear’s office still insist otherwise when I ask. They all say his firing occurred because Alliance Resource Partners wanted him fired. And they also say that the Gas Station Governor asked for him to be fired. Yet another reason Beshear is a one-term governor. Yet another reason nearly all of his staff have jumped ship. [Tom Loftus]

Ah, whattya know. Turns out it WAS Greg Fischer’s campaign that some how transferred an anonymous email address I maintain to Kimberly Greenwell. And to Daniel Mongiardo’s campaign. Yes, I’m pointing fingers, and I don’t like being lied to. [Pointing Fingers]

In other news, Crit Luallen or Jane Beshear need to move to Louisville ASAP so they can run for mayor in 2010. [Pipe Dream]

Mitch McConnell is suddenly a military expert. Guess he has forgotten that he is a first-rate chickenhawk and should probably always avoid anything having to do with the military. Primarily because of his own scandalous past involving the Floyd Family. [Politico]

The ACLU will be targeting anti-choice Ben Chandler this Friday. Visit his office to let him know how you feel. [Barefoot & Progressive]

Lt. Dan’s worst nightmare: the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies is hosting a panel on mountaintop removal today at 5:00 P.M. (too bad we all live in Kentucky) The panel, moderated by Roger Cohn, editor-in-chief of Yale Environment 360, will examine how mountaintop removal has destroyed or severely damaged more than a million acres of forest and buried 2,000 miles of streams in Appalachia. [Press Release]

John Yarmuth doesn’t want to get a whole bunch of people killed in Afghanistan or something. [WFPL]

Why are some people so afraid of a little hygiene? [LEO Gets Letters]

Lt. Dan is going to try to feed all of our horsies to visiting RED CHINA. [H-L]

The Government Accountability Office says Richmond Health and Rehabilitation Complex-Madison is the second-worst in the entire country. [AP via C-J]

It’s time to get rid of Dick Durbin and Dianne Feinstein for being the spineless hacks that they are. [AMERICAblog]