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I think Amy McGrath will lose based on Lexington

Astonished that Booker won 70% of the vote in Lexington for today's in-person voting at Univ. of Kentucky's football stadium. Lexington is in Amy's backyard and she ran in the 6th CD in 2018. This is her home. If the absentee ballots show anything close to today's tally, I don't see how she wins the state. Booker will romp in Louisville. The results we show right now don't even tally Louisville at all.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Tue Jun 23, 2020, 11:14 PM (20 replies)

I already feel sorry for Joe Biden's future Attorney General

The amount of scandal and crimes that will be investigated from Trump and his minions will be earth shattering. Barr could even be prosecuted for gassing peaceful protesters. The attorney general may need to appoint 2 special prosecutors to cover all the crimes that has happened. It'll take 2 years at least. There'll be some HUGE decisions. It's a shame what Trump has done to this country.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Fri Jun 5, 2020, 11:15 PM (17 replies)

Amy McGrath needs help in Kentucky against Mitch

Bloomberg or the Lincoln Project needs to go up on the air immediately. I live in Kentucky. Her commercials are terrible. She runs them all day and all she does is defend herself from Mitch's attacks. Who is her campaign manager? Once you start defending yourself, the attack has worked. You don't defend. You go on offense. I love her. I've even met her and she's a wonderful person. But her ads are awful. She just keeps looking in the camera whispering and pleading that Mitch's attacks are wrong. Her campaign manager should be sued for political malpractice. She's not gonna win like this. It's getting close to Christine McDonnell's Senate campaign ad in Delaware when she looked in the camera and said "I'm not a witch."
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Thu Jun 4, 2020, 06:33 PM (21 replies)

Just saw the new Lincoln Project ad against Mitch in Lexington!!!

One of the most hard hitting ads I've seen in a long time!!! I'm sorry I don't have a link to it. I just saw it on TV in Kentucky. Mitch is gonna be pissed.

James Carville is right, the Dems are too freaking nice. Amy McGrath...I love her, but her ads are weak sauce. Just boiler plate ads that don't slam Mitch like Rick Wilson and the gang does. Someone needs to hire them to just do the negative ads this years. McGrath's ads against Mitch aren't going to cut it. No more whispering into the camera!! We need stuff that is hard hitting!! She's not going to beat Mitch whispering and pleading into the camera. Take it to him!!
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Thu May 28, 2020, 07:27 PM (4 replies)

Where is the Minnesota AG Ellison?

Why are they waiting on the feds when the state could easily bring up murder charge? Most murder charges are state anyway. I heard the Hennepin Co. atty doesn't like to charge cops, but the AG has the authority to install another atty or bring state charges himself. WTH is going on there? If I shot someone on video, I'd be arrested immediately and thrown into jail.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Thu May 28, 2020, 06:27 PM (14 replies)

Joe Biden has to fight both the left and right until the convention

It's really bad how the ultra left of our party is also fighting against Biden along with the Republicans. Until Biden secures the nomination, he will have a 2 pronged war to deal with. I'm not implicating Bernie at all, but definitely people who were (are) staunch defenders of his are the ones that amplified the Tara Reade lies and now are amplifying this supposed Biden gaffe with this uber overreaction. In their small bubble of Twitter, they somehow feel if Biden can be brought down before June, then somehow Bernie will miraculously become the apparent nominee. This is the game folks. This is what Biden is up against, even though many of them aren't going to vote for Biden anyway. The convention can't come fast enough so we can all unite as a party.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Sat May 23, 2020, 04:32 PM (8 replies)

I think it's gonna be Susan Rice.

Jonathan Alter also thinks she might be the one. She checks way too many boxes. Plus, she is already in the Obama world and will come with a gold seal of approval from President Obama. She's African-American and she knows her shit probably more than anyone else he is thinking about.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Mon May 4, 2020, 09:59 PM (113 replies)

Should Hillary Clinton be the next HHS Secretary?

I think she'd be a fabulous choice under Biden to be the Health and Human Services Secretary! Normally, this position is just an afterthought, but after this pandemic, we need a HHS head that knows what they are doing and able to navigate the country's health care struggles with the pandemic.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Wed Apr 29, 2020, 05:13 PM (17 replies)

SHOCK POLL: KY-GOV (D) Andy Beshear is most popular governor in America

When it comes to governing through the coronavirus outbreak, Kentucky is second to none.

That's according to a U.S. News and World Report poll that shows Gov. Andy Beshear in the top spot among governors nationally with a score of 4.44 out of 5.

Breaking down the responses further: 86% said Beshear has been "good" or "excellent;" 9% were "neutral;" and 5% said his response to the pandemic is "poor" or "very poor."

In all, 64% of the 28,000 or so responses approved of the job their governor was doing. Fewer than 40% said the same about the federal government.

In case you have been ignoring social media, Beshear has become quite the sensation in Kentucky and even nationally. Multiple Facebook pages centered around social media memes surrounding the governor have popped up, and his 5 p.m. press briefings have become must-watch events for many Kentuckians (sometimes with a drink in hand).


I just wanna give props to my governor! Everyone loves him here. I've never seen so many Republicans compliment a Democratic politician. Andy Beshear declared a state of emergency in Kentucky before Gov Cuomo in NY. Because of that, he's kept Kentucky's cases down. I think it's time that governors like Beshear and Newsom get credit for being ahead of the curve.
Posted by Wanderlust988 | Sun Apr 5, 2020, 11:08 PM (27 replies)
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