Matt Bevin Heats Up NKYPosted by J Craig on February 28, 2014
Covington, KY – Conservative candidate for U.S. Senate Matt Bevin once again traveled to Northern Kentucky on Thursday night to address voters in a “Meet and Greet” at Legend’s Bar & Grill in Latonia, KY. On a very cold night and in the midst of an intense battle with long time Senator Mitch McConnell, Bevin gained the attention of those in attendance immediately. He addressed many different topics and took quite a few questions throughout the night. He spoke about his personal life and where he came from to his wife and nine children. He covered Obamacare, the military, gun rights, his Pro-Life stance, and he also addressed the negative attack ads from the McConnell campaign.
“The attacks made by Mitch McConnell on me are simply not true. Period, said Matt Bevin.”
Matt Bevin was able to offer up what he would do and why he was in this very important race. He was unhappy as many Kentuckians have been with the direction of this country. He understands that change is needed and wanted in Kentucky. Mitch McConnell has been one of the key navigators on the ship that has taken us to a land of increased debt and bigger government. He has not represented the values of Kentuckians and after 30 years of failed leadership, we have to do something about it. We as voters get what we vote for. If you look up the definition of insanity in the dictionary, it states, “Voting for Mitch McConnell for 30 years.” This has to end. We can do something about this here in the Bluegrass. We have to want it bad enough. We the voters have a lot more power than most people realize. It’s time we use it and send Mitch McConnell home. He doesn’t have to go home to Kentucky, but he sure has to get the heck out of Washington.
Mitch McConnell does not speak to voters in the same manner in which Matt Bevin does. He does not attend similar meetings or take questions as Bevin does. He believes he already has their votes. He will not have a debate with Matt Bevin either because he knows he would be exposed. He is not and cannot run on his record and because he can’t, he is doing what he only knows how, which is to falsely attack a great man. It isn’t working. Matt Bevin is not the usual foe. He is not backing down. He is in this race for we the people. He wants to ensure that principled leadership is back in Washington and the constitution is once again followed. Matt Bevin is the real deal. I have said this before and I will continue to say it, we have problems in both Kentucky and Washington. Mitch McConnell is that problem. Matt Bevin is the solution.
During this particular stop in Northern Kentucky, Matt took questions from quite a few undecided voters. He addressed questions about how he would handle controversial bills or if he would simply bow down to the likes of Harry Reid or Nancy Pelosi as McConnell has done. Bevin responded by saying, “I will stand up and defend the constitution.” He continued to put at ease many of the people who had questions because he was not running away or deflecting. He was taking important questions and addressing them head-on. The people thoroughly enjoyed that and it was a breath of fresh air. Everyone who attended left supporting Matt Bevin. This continues to be a trend across the state as too many Kentuckians are suffering from McConnell fatigue.
I do not want nor do I need this job badly enough in order to mislead you to get it. – Matt Bevin
Mitch McConnell is starting to reach because they fear the inevitable is about to occur. Their “May-Day” call is being heard loud and clear and will be no more come May 20th, 2014 when Kentucky voters select Matt Bevin as their Republican candidate. The McConnell campaign has started to send out “Fraud Alert” mailers to Kentuckians to continue falsely attacking Matt. This will not work. Fortunately, many Kentuckians are waking up and realizing that 30 years of McConnell is far too much. Mitch McConnell is the most unpopular Senator in the entire country. President Obama is more popular in Kentucky than Mitch McConnell. That is very telling and should alarm everyone. He cannot beat the Democrat challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes. In a state carried by Mitt Romney in 2012 by 23 points and 116 of 120 counties no less. Mitch McConnell’s days are numbered and it’s time we Kentuckians send him packing. The biggest thing we can do to change the direction of this country is support Matt Bevin in Kentucky!
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