|Good News: Ashley Judd to Run for Senate|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Mar 11, 2013, 08:48 PM|
Hollywood actress Ashley Judd's likely bid to run for the U.S. Senate seat in Kentucky is good news for the GOP and bad news for the Kentucky Democrat Party. She's loaded with cash, supported by the mainstream media, endorsed by Hollywood's Leftist elite, and so it is inevitable she will win the Democrat Party primary contest.
Accordingly, Se. Mitch McConnell (R.-Ky.) will face a radical extreme Leftist candidate in the Senate campaign in a state that strongly favors the Republican Party. Accordingly, moderate or conservative Democrats won't get an opportunity to run against Sen. McConnell, the Senate Minority Leader.
Additionally, Ashley Judd's goofy campaign could damage the Democratic Party nationwide. She will likely inspire Democratic big-wig donors to fund her campaign and the mainstream media will focus on her campaign instead of paying attention to other Senatorial races across the country.
Mrs. Judd, the soft porn star, also has an intriguing personal life which makes for juicy gossip in tabloids, and GOP opposition researchers will find her campaign as a fantasy for launching negative attacks. They won't even need to follow her around as hordes of TV cameras will capture all her foolish statements in speeches with up-to-the-minute daily updates.
Mrs. Judd has already been quoted as saying, "we're smart like that," for never vacationing in Kentucky, or explaining that "breeding is unconscionable" for Kentuckians, since there is poverty in the United States. In all likelihood, as she makes more speeches and grants exclusive interviews to local reporters she will probably make comments more foolish than these. Sooner or later, she might be recognized as the 'Todd Akin of the Democrat Party.'
And as her campaign turns into a publicity train wreck, voters nationwide may conclude she represents the future of the Democratic Party, and it won't be pretty. She's the darling of eco-terrorists, EU socialists, corrupt UN officials and an enemy of the coal industry that prevails in the Eastern regions of Kentucky.
Accordingly, Ashley Judd's bid to run for Senate in Kentucky really is good news for the Republican Party.
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