October 23, 2008
Kentucky Dam Village Convention Center:
As we all know this is the last debate Senator Mitch McConnell agreed to have. After this debate there will be no more because Mitch McConnell has turned down all of the others, including the KET offer that would have been televised for the whole state to see. Once again Senator Mitch McConnell picked a time and venue that made it difficult for his constituents to see him in action. This was an early morning debate and live streamed via the web. Surely Mitch understands that most folks are working this time of day and wouldn't be able to see him tell us how good things are and surely he knows that it takes high speed internet service to watch live streaming video, but I guess Mitch felt this was the patriotic thing to do.
Plenty of folks were outside the convention center to greet Mitch (snark), but they never got a glimpse of Mitch. Some say he slipped in the back door and others say he waited in a local gasoline station until the protestors left before he went into the Convention Center. Hell who knows, but I do know this Bruce Lunsford walked in the front door of the Convention Center like a man on a mission. Bruce didn't dodge anyone.
It was a real sight to behold. Right there in Western Kentucky Mitch McConnell's stronghold and folks were chanting Ditch Mitch and 24 years is enough. I suggest to you these folks are the real patriots and I'll bet the ones there that served in the military would be more than happy to show you their military honorable discharge papers. How about that Mitch? When will you show us yours?
Click here and here to view photos. Special thanks to Mike Watt for the photos.