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Will a Tea Party Challenger
Threaten McConnell?

Real Clear Politics, by Scott Conroy and Caitlin Huey Burns

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Posted By:tisHimself, 3/29/2013 11:51:18 AM

When Ashley Judd announced on Wednesday that she had decided not to run for Mitch McConnell’s Senate seat in Kentucky, national Democrats quickly made clear that they remain serious about taking on the five-term lawmaker. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee launched a small anti-McConnell radio ad buy the next morning. But before the Senate minority leader can devote all of his attention to fending off whoever emerges from the Democratic primary in 2014, he may first have to contend with a GOP challenge from the right.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: olcap, 3/29/2013 11:57:57 AM     (No. 9249876)

Mr. TURTLE must go. RINO extraordinaire.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: RayLRiv, 3/29/2013 12:13:33 PM     (No. 9249910)

We don´t see one here in the Bluegrass. Yesterday Sen. Rand Paul announced his support for McConnell.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: 49 Ford, 3/29/2013 12:22:17 PM     (No. 9249925)

Although it may be unlikely, suppose McConnell were to be knocked off by a primary challenger. Who would then become the GOP Senate leader? Anyone know?

Better be careful what you wish for...


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Reply 4 - Posted by: QRP, 3/29/2013 12:22:23 PM     (No. 9249926)

Karl Rove says no.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Susannah, 3/29/2013 12:27:37 PM     (No. 9249934)

The Democratic party of Kentucky is actively looking for a Tea Party candidate to fund.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: Emerson, 3/29/2013 12:37:27 PM     (No. 9249945)

An attempt to dump McConnell at this point would be foolhardy.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: SheikYerBooty, 3/29/2013 1:06:40 PM     (No. 9249990)

The Liberal and RINO default position is to sabotage conservatives like Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin and Col. West just to name a few.

One of their tactics is to work in conjunction to muddy up the water for conservative candidates in the primaries.

In the general elections the Karl Rove RINO candidates get their clocks cleaned and who do they blame? You guessed it, Sarah Palin and the TEA Party.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: bigfatslob, 3/29/2013 1:20:34 PM     (No. 9250010)

Is there someone in the whole state of Caintuck who has name recogintion and far enough to the right to challenge Mr. No Chin the RINO?

You can bet the democrat communist are going to help the Republicans.

What say you Karl Rove?

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Reply 9 - Posted by: dman, 3/29/2013 1:29:10 PM     (No. 9250020)

One alternative to a third party might be a "TeaPAC" that would conduct a pre-primary convention to select a single conservative challenger for the GOP primaries.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: noproblems, 3/29/2013 1:37:40 PM     (No. 9250035)

#5, that is one of the most disingenuous posts I have ever read on Lucianne. shame on you

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Reply 11 - Posted by: 49 Ford, 3/29/2013 2:10:25 PM     (No. 9250068)

#10, the Dems funded Akin in his Missouri primary run, did they not? It would be in their interest to prop up someone who might scratch out a plurality in a primary but not have a prayer in the general election.

I don´t know if there is anyone who fits that bill in KY politics, but if he exists the Dems would love to find him.


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Reply 12 - Posted by: tomishere, 3/29/2013 2:13:17 PM     (No. 9250070)

#10 that happened in MO. Unfortunately a lot of stupid conservatives could fall for that, and please no outrage they have before. This infighting has become very sick, everyone´s a RINO, including Rand Paul. I rarely see attacks on Obama and the democrats on the treads anymore. Obama is destroying the country and we have idiots who spend all their time tearing down our side at every opportunity. And what is a RINO? anyone they don´t agree with. I used to think conservatives went by facts I was wrong.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: manitouman, 3/29/2013 2:15:23 PM     (No. 9250072)

Yesterday I stripped and replaced a stick-on linoleum tile dining room floor with/for a friend. By evening I was having trouble cutting and trimming the little pieces - without consciously focusing.

Not that stripping and replacing flooring is anything like being a senator, but how can anyone be focused in the senate for thirty years?

Some say the minority leader shouldn´t be replaced right now but . . . Why not?

We replaced the last president with a street agitator with a revoked law license. (A former Unites States Senator)

Minnesota replaced one of their senators with a comedienne/joke.

California has two female senators with walnut-sized, petrified redwood, brains.

Delaware´s former senator was a plagiarist and unemployable in the real world.

New York´s senior senator is just a clothes horse, restrained by Spanx.

Nebraska´s senator accepted bribes for legislative votes.

North Dakota had a senator with so little sense, he panted like a dog with his tongue down to his knees, at the prospect of becoming part of a dope smoker´s (Choomer´s) cabinet.

The list is endless. So who is this Kentucky senator who is indispensable to the real world? Or was Kentucky told that after they used this senator up they would be held to a single thereafter?

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Reply 14 - Posted by: horacer, 3/29/2013 2:23:17 PM     (No. 9250082)

If McConnell were knocked off Republican Senate leadership would go that infamous Texas ´rino´ John Cornyn.

Nevada Dems propped up a phony Tea Party candidate in 2010 to help Harry Reid. That was before Sharon Angle won the primary and they realized Reid didn´t need help. Angle could blow the election all by herself.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: doctorfixit, 3/29/2013 2:34:27 PM     (No. 9250099)

Mitch McConnell is not John McCain. He has not gone out of his way to stab conservatives in the back. He is very skilled, probably the best, at using Senate rules to bamboozle Hairy Reed. There are far worse RINO targets to go after in my opinion.

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Reply 16 - Posted by: plumnellie, 3/29/2013 2:55:22 PM     (No. 9250153)

As a Tea person, I still support McConnell. t Would I want him to be more conservative and aggressive? Yes, but would rather keep him and elect Tea candidates to replace Dems and get us the majority.

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Reply 17 - Posted by: StormCnter, 3/29/2013 3:13:35 PM     (No. 9250183)

#10, you are the one who is in error. The Dems actively looking for a McConnell opponent inside the Republican party has been no secret. #5, you are aware, are you not, that different segments of any party might support different candidates?
Beyond that, your logic is foggy.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: StormCnter, 3/29/2013 3:30:40 PM     (No. 9250214)

Whoops! #7, not #5.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: LComStaff8, 3/29/2013 5:10:08 PM     (No. 9250395)

A gentle reminder that LCom is not a chat room.

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Reply 20 - Posted by: yorkiemom, 3/29/2013 6:14:26 PM     (No. 9250462)

Senator McConnell may not be ideal in the eyes of some posters here, but I would take your posts more seriously if you refrained from talking about his looks, re: Mr. Turtle and No Chin. I´ve always expected better from Republicans/conservatives. With Democrats, it would be totally expected.

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