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New Dem campaign slogan: “I’m not Barack Obama”

New Dem campaign slogan: “I’m not Barack Obama”

Then who are you?

It has come to this.

Via Gateway Pundit:

(added) Grimes needs all the distance from Obama she can get at this point in the campaign, Grimes might need campaign reset, observers say:

With at least seven public polls showing her trailing Mitch McConnell by anywhere between 4 and 8 percentage points, Alison Lundergan Grimes sent her pollster out last week to tamp down speculation that her campaign was withering at the hands of an opponent that has killed off every challenger who ever faced him.


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“I’m not 0bama” … but I’ll vote his party line pretty consistently.

Oh, I would make use of that slogan, because parties are supposed to vet their candidates. The Democrats gave us Barack Obama, in part because they do not take the individual candidates seriously.

We have a mess to clean up, and we cannot depend on the Democratic Party to help.

If this doesn’t work, she could pass for Cherokee.

“I’m not Barack Obama. I disagree with him on guns, coal and the EPA.”


“And because I’m a Democrat, you can be certain that I will say anything, anything, to get into office, and once there, I will follow the Democrat Party line on anything, on everything.”


* “Lying – it’s in Democrat DNA. And yes, we’re Democrats before we’re Americans.”

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to pfg. | September 15, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    “…but once I’m ensconced in the Senate Office Building, my folksy twang goes away, and I will become a card-carrying, line-toeing, boot-licking, rubber-stamping, Koolaid®-drinking, Progressive-minded member of the Democratic Party of Washington, D.C.”

Hehe, lets see if she will sign a pledge to impeach Barak Obama if implements executive Amnesty for Illegals

She isn’t Barack, but she votes like him in DC – if Kentucky is foolish enough to put here there.

I can’t stand McConnell. However, as much as I would like him GONE, I don’t want this deceitful loon in DC voting in the US Senate.

Hahahaha…last I checked, Obama tried to use “skeet shooting” to man up his image as well.

    Radegunda in reply to Giglawyer. | September 15, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    That was my first thought. She’ll need to shoot something a little more threatening if she wants to create distance from Obama.

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to Giglawyer. | September 16, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    She’d been better served to be shown in front of a coal-fired stove, cleaning her CAR-15, spitting Copenhagen juice into an empty Budweiser can with a NASCAR race playing in the background. Even with that, a vote for her is a vote to insulate Barack 0bama from the reality of having to pass a budget and work with a bicameral legislature.

Oh…And Allison, last I checked, that’s how Charlton Heston held his gun at the NRA convention.

Phillep Harding | September 15, 2014 at 4:25 pm

I don’t use a shotgun, but shouldn’t she keep that shotty swinging through the shot? What’s with the pause?

The shotgun is the “sanitized” firearm gun control politicians always embrace (except for that forbidden smile from Sen. Schumer as he lit off rounds from an H&K MP5 machinegun.) Want to “prove” you are not Obama? A little Gov. Rick Perry AR-15 proficiency video cameo would be better or expertly draw fire ,reload and fire a 1911. Much too squeamish you say? Time to show that true gun control rests in your hands, be it pistol, rifle or shotgun.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to alaskabob. | September 15, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    The headline should be: “Female senate wannabe goin’ all Sarah Palin ‘n shit”. It might sell a bit.

    Yeah, some ‘rats are mildly tolerant of shotguns because they think they’re primarily for bird-hunting, something their grandpa did a lot of, or skeet, etc. – a toy of sorts.

    But they’re also the best line of home defense for the unpracticed layperson, and ‘rats don’t believe in home defense any more than they believe in border security (as long as it’s not their house or gated community being invaded, of course).

    This chick would get more votes in KY if she’d selfied herself baking cookies.

    Sarah Palin is probably laughing her butt off at this.

      Phillep Harding in reply to JackRussellTerrierist. | September 15, 2014 at 8:43 pm

      Uhm, no. At least not a 12gauge, unless it’s loaded with those underpowered tactical shells. A full power load is simply too much for most newbies to handle.

      Go with the shorty 12gauge shells, or a 20gauge. Alternatives are pistol caliber carbines of one sort or another, with hollow points.

      Best is a handgun, someone has practiced with enough to hit the home invader.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Phillep Harding. | September 16, 2014 at 2:02 am

        All true, but the average “I really don’t like guns, but where I live I need something because……” person is better off with a shotgun than a handgun if their goal is to protect themselves when they’re frightened and their hands are shaking.

        Most will buy something suitable for their size and strength; 20 gauge is usually good enough. Reputable gun dealers are helpful to these people. Knowledgeable relatives and friends usually help with that decision as well.

PersonFromPorlock | September 15, 2014 at 5:08 pm

Still Grimes as a powerless freshman senator or McConnell as an entrenched roadblock to reform isn’t an easy choice. If it looks like a Republican sweep, I’d say voting for Grimes and putting the fear of God into the GOPe would be worth having one seat fewer in the majority.

Affecting a Paris Hilton throaty whisper, Henry says, “that’s hot.”

It doesn’t matter if she disagrees with Obama on guns, coal, and the EPA. Were she to win, she’ll be a freshman member voting as she’s told, for if she goes rebel, she’ll spend one term assigned to the Senate Subcommitte on Toilets & Drains until six years hence when the Dems primary her and withhold campaign money at her next election.

Notice the Obama-like weasel wording, too. She doesn’t say she opposes Obama on those issues, only that she disagrees. She could have even more lefty positions than Obama and still satisfy the assertion. To satisfy that claim she need only not agree exactly with Obama.

A Kentucky GOP-er needs to demand exactly HOW she disagrees with Obama, then watch her twist in the wind trying to balance opposing Obama with pleasing her base on not one, but multiple issues.

JackRussellTerrierist | September 15, 2014 at 6:07 pm

Professor, you should have issued a Halloween scare warning first. A gun in the hands of a ‘rat seeking office is a very frightening thing to behold.

Then who are you?

A white hillbilly racist?

Why else would she say such mean things about The One.

Worse: she’s Hillary Weiner Clinton.