Four prominent state Democrats signed a letter, sounds like the beginning of a bad joke.
Four prominent state Democrats signed a letter to U.S. Senate candidate Greg Fischer on Thursday asking him to stop running a negative ad against his rival.
The four -- state Auditor Crit Luallen, U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, Attorney General Jack Conway and Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo -- described themselves as "concerned Kentuckians."
They urged Fischer to "remove your personal attack ad from the air immediately, take the high road, and spend the final weeks of the primary running a campaign focused on why you are right for the job, not divisive character attacks that are part of the reason Washington needs to change."
Am I the only person that remembers Lunsford’s campaign against Ben Chandler and then him standing beside Ernie Fletcher.
Fischer’s campaign, in the words of Clint Eastwood, is pretty much a clusterf**k. Bruce doesn’t need these four “concerned Kentuckians” to whip Fischer badly. The smart money says that Mitch McConnell is going to hand Bruce his head in November. So the question is why did they publish this public letter?
Maybe they are trying to suck up to Chuck Schumer or a hoping for Bruce’s money in future elections, who knows.
But I’ll believe that Fischer has really stepped over the line when concerned Democrat Ben Chandler comes to Lunsford’s defense.