Democrat Senate Hopeful In Kentucky Distances Herself From Obama: “This is a frustrating time in our country”

Posted by on May 21, 2014 at 10:52 am

As we know any opposition to Obama is racist, so we must ask the obvious question: Why is Alison Lundergan Grimes so racist?

Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes blames “the people at the top in both political parties” for Washington’s dysfunction in a new ad.

Grimes speaks direct-to-camera in a new minute-long spot that seeks to establish her as an independent fighter for Kentucky in an effort to get out ahead of attempts from Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and his allies to paint her as a rubber-stamp for President Obama’s agenda.

“This is a frustrating time in our country,” Grimes says, noting the flagging economy.

Seems to us that’s a vote for Mitch McConnell right there.

“And no matter who the president is, she adds, “I won’t answer to them. I’ll only answer to you.”

As if she wouldn’t be a rubber stamp for Harry Reid. Sure.

That Grimes is using her first ad of the general election campaign to distance herself from Obama underscores the fact that he could indeed be her greatest liability in the race. The president was seen unfavorably by 57 percent of registered voters surveyed in a recent Bluegrass Poll conducted by SurveyUSA.

Guess it’s too late to resurrect Ashley Judd. Oh well. It’s not as if Grimes is the only Democrat female hopeful in the South fleeing Obama. Says a lot about their chances in November, huh?

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