|Ashley Judd Says, WHAT … ?|
|by Tom McGregor||Fri, Mar 8, 2013, 12:35 AM|
'Oh no she didn't say that, but yes she did:' Hollywood actress Ashley Judd claims that its "unconscionable" for Americans to breed, especially those who live in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky. She argues that Kentuckians should not "breed," because some children "are starving to death in impoverished countries."
Politico reports that, "the latest of Judd's unorthodox views to rise to the surface courtesy of the GOP is a 2006 statement about why she doesn’t have children – which Republicans say will not sit well in Kentucky. 'It's unconscionable to breed, with the number of children who are starving to death in impoverished countries,' Judd said. Rep. John Yarmuth (D.-Ky.), who has been advising Judd, said that the actress was speaking for herself, and added that people in Kentucky understand the word 'breeding.'"
Ashley Judd, a soft porn star, doesn't like the idea of vacationing in the United States, particularly in Kentucky. She told George Washington University students last Friday that, "we winter in Scotland. We're smart like that."
According to Politico, "But free publicity can cut both ways, and there's some evidence the GOP effort is hitting its target in portraying her as an Hollywood elitist. In addition to her liberal positions on social issues, Judd's anti-coal stance in a coal-mining state has gotten wide attention. Kentucky Public Radio recently published a survey of 14 Democratic state legislators, many of whom were skeptical that Judd was the right choice to beat McConnell."
Kentucky's state House Speaker Greg Stumbo said, "given her position on mining, it would probably be a race that Democrats like myself would have trouble supporting her."
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