MoveOn’s latest anti-Mitch McConnell ad is out. No one can argue giving over-extended troops desperately needed rest is a bad idea. No one but the delusional.
One outlet. WHAS11.
Sam Moore, Kentucky Farm Bureau’s former president and current Board member admitted that Eklof was fired for supporting gay rights. KFB admitted it. And it falls to the wayside. Every media outlet in the state has turned a blind eye.
Why is the media afraid of this story? Does it have anything to do with the large amount of KFB advertising dollars? KFB’s 21 lobbyists, 8 of whom are active and key players in Frankfort? Maybe the $40,000 Hunter Bates was paid in 2004-2005 by KFB? Note to media: if WHAS11 can cover it? You, too, can cover it!
What is going on?
If you’re not talking about this with everyone you know– you’re complicit.
Jonathan Miller for senate? What do you think about that? Just rumor but it’s floating nonetheless. Doesn’t seem too likely that he’d try to throw his hat in race so soon.
We also hear from a little birdy that Owsley Brown II has been to D.C. to have a discussion or two with Squier Knapp Dunn (among others). SKD is the organization who helped build Andrew Horne’s name ID in 2006 and worked for John Kerry/Bill Clinton.
We love that everyone and their mom gets to float their name while no one is paying attention.
UPDATE: Folks, don’t forget that this is all rumor and only rumor. Just like the headline says, they’re “senate rumors.”
MoveOn has released another anti-McConnell commercial that will air nationwide on CNN.
What was it Jim Bunning said? Giving our dying men and women a break is bad business for commanders? Riiiight.
Page One commentary: We think Waters’ column this week is woah off the mark. Steve Beshear has not released a universal health care plan. He’s released a shitty “let’s cover the babies and elderly” hope piece. Crack on Hillary Clinton all you want over anything (this is not an endorsement) but let’s get real here: a free market bull profit system is not the answer. It hasn’t been the answer for 30 years. It’s time to move on. It doesn’t work. The entire world is proof.
I (Jake) have gotta say: the free market has jack to do with health insurance. Absofreakinglutely nothing. Allowing private business to handle the most precious part of our lives just so they can turn a profit has proved the point that the current system doesn’t work. It’s a failure. And the crap Brereton Jones pulled with health insurance is a far cry from universal health care.
This gets us fired up. Our nation’s health shouldn’t be political fodder. It’s time to get off that pot.
What do you think about it, readers? Get fired up. Respond. Let us know! We publish Jim to create discussion and he always does a great job of getting his point across.
Blood-sucking bad ideas reappear in rearview mirror
By Jim Waters
Not even the arrest of “if-he-did-it” icon O.J. Simpson this week completely overshadowed Hillary Clinton’s attempt to replay the nightmare that Americans escaped the first time around – a government takeover of the nation’s health-care system.
The Republican Governors Association has released their second spot in support of Fletcher.
Deserves no analysis or discussion.
From a reliable source: Steve Beshear will report more than $4million raised on his October report with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance. That amount doesn’t include what’s been raised in the KDP’s coffers. His downtown Louisville fundraiser tonight will allegedly be the largest in the campaign’s history. [Source]
Moving on? Steve Henry’s long-time campaign guy and former treasurer Greg Schell has left his political consulting life. He’s moved on to Louisville’s Arison Insurance Services, Inc as a sales executive. Prediction: the Henry money pot has dried up. [C-J]
Come on, Kentucky! Get rich quick schemes are just that— schemes. No pyramid crap, either. Don’t listen to the lady in the coffee shop trying to turn you into “travel agent” unless she’s registered with the Attorney General’s office. [Consumer Affairs]