|lead Kentucky into the next decade. Many are already taking sides and so far it appears Mongiardo is winning this fight. I have found that Conway's big endorsements from our mainstream Democratic officials may have backfired a bit. Most people in Rural Kentucky seem to think that Yarmuth's endorsement in particular will backfire on Conway. We will just have to wait and see.
The results kind of surprised me. I figured the ideological split between Liberal and Moderates would show itself in this survey and it did in regards to mountaintop removal and Gay marriage. But in regards to experience the partisan reality subsided and commonsense prevailed.
Does Experience matter in the 2010 Democratic Primary for US Senate?
Yes -- 70%
No -- 30%
Political ideology (Experience Matters? Yes)
Liberal -- 60%
Conservative -- 82%
Moderate -- 73%
There you have it folks, experience matters. So it would be wise for the Mongiardo campaign to exploit the fact that Jack Conway has very little experience. Serving on boards and committees and running for office does not count as experience. Experience is serving the people in an official capacity and Daniel Mongiardo has served the people of Kentucky for a decade or better.
This is not a personal issue or a personal attack on Conway, its just basic facts.
If we can not argue the facts without personal attacks then why are we blogging to begin with? If we are going to personally attack each other every-time we disagree, why do it on the blogs? Why not meet face to face and solve these personal issues like men.
So I will wait and see what I am called this time; a drunk? an illiterate hillbilly?, a hot-headed fool (might deserve that from time to time), and so on. This will be the last time I will make a personal plea to stop the personal attacks, it's boring as hell. The situation is also getting so personal it is beginning to straddle the boundaries of slander and I will NOT be slandered. Take that any way you want it guys.