You would think in today’s heated climate over gun control these violent Democrats would choose their words better. Remember all the hubbub over the imagery of using targets after the Gabrielle Giffords shooting? Guess that only applies one way.
Keeping control of the Senate in the 2014 elections looks dicey for Democrats, but that isn’t stopping the party from making their top goal defeating Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.
“He is our number one target, yes,” said a key party strategist. “We definitely want him gone.”
They actually believe that empty head Ashley Judd can beat McConnell.
While a foe has yet to emerge, all Democratic eyes are on actress Ashley Judd who is dropping hints that she will run against McConnell. She told the Louisville Courier-Journal last week that “The people of Kentucky need a fighter.” Judd, who attended Inaugural activities, added, “And certainly going back 10 generations, I’ve got some fighters from those hills in my family.” Judd was born in Kentucky, but her mom and country artist Naomi Judd moved and raised her children in the state.
Targeting, fighting, wanting a man gone. These Democrats really need to tone down the rhetoric, if only for the children.