Republican Congressman Brett Guthrie held an event at the Elizabethtown, Kentucky Police Department Community Room and took questions from constituents.
What would happen if Jesus were to suddenly appear at the base of the Statue of Liberty, wave his arms and proclaim “I’m here to heal the sick in America” and suddenly every sick person in America was healed?
What would big PHARMA, the healthcare insurance companies, hospital administrators with empty hospitals, televangelist with no one to heal, politicians hooked on big PHARMA and healthcare insurance money have to say and or do?
How would the stock market react with 1/6 of the American economy no longer in existence? Would the stock market crash and Americans loose their retirement savings?
On the other hand folks wouldn’t have to pay for healthcare and would have a lot more money and that could be defined as a transfer of wealth from corporate America to working stiffs. I wonder how corporate America would react to that?
The government wouldn’t have to spend money on programs like Medicaid so would the government use the savings to pay down the national debt or would they use the savings to cut taxes, increase military spending or both?
One thing for sure the Republicans would no longer have to worry about repealing Obamacare and the Democrats could quit worrying about passing Single Payer.
Who knows how all of this would work out, but I believe it would be a good bet that the wine industry would be on their knees praying 24/7 that Jesus didn’t start turning water into wine.
It seems that Kathy Brannan Sargeant, Chairwoman of the Hardin County Republican Party of Ky. didn’t approve of our Hardin County GOP Lincoln Day and Mitch McConnell coverage June 30, 2017.
Kathy Brannan Sargeant, Chairwoman of the Hardin County Republican Party of Ky. posted the following, on her Facebook page (Update July 6, 2017 12:50 am EDT Kathy Brannan Sargeant’s Facebook post is no longer available) click here for a screenshot of her post.
Kathy Brannan Sargeant’s Facebook post:
To Hillbilly Report dot org that decided to do a hit piece on tonight’s Hardin County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner.
I don’t know what you think you saw tonight outside of the incredibly successful Hardin Co GOP Lincoln Day Dinner, but 50 protesters don’t speak for this county of over 100,000. Your article abounds with blatantly false information and a shockingly loose grip on reality. Senator McConnell will always be welcome here. You on the other hand, aren’t. Which is why you were made to stand in the parking lot instead of being allowed inside like the real journalists from the Associated Press, Reuters and many others. Owning a camera and a notepad doesn’t automatically make you a reporter, nor does it give you credibility. Those are earned and you’re clearly not there yet. Until you prove that you are capable of honest reporting, make yourself comfortable on the curb.
Hardin Co GOP Chairwoman
Our message to Kathy Brannan Sargeant: “Thank you for visiting our site.”
Mitch McConnell attended a Hardin County GOP fundraiser Friday June 30, 2017, in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, at the historic State Theater.
Donald Trump won 62.5% of the vote, in Hardin County, Kentucky, during the 2016 presidential election so one might expect that the folks in Elizabethtown, Kentucky would welcome Republican Senator Mitch McConnell with open arms, but some folks decided to let the senator know they aren’t happy with him or his healthcare plan.
Deep Red Elizabethtown, Kentucky use to be a very welcoming place for Senator Mitch McConnell, but it ain’t now.
LOUISVILLE (WHAS11) — A rally is being held outside of the Louisville Marriot East where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is addressing the Jeffersontown chamber of commerce.
In Jeffersontown, Sen. Mitch McConnell avoided the protestors as he arrived in the Louisville Marriott East’s back entrance.
Protesters Gather Against Senator Mitch McConnell In Jeffersontown, KY. Photos and video.