Special “Bluegrass Indecision 2018 Update” E-dition

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Eleven days from now, the big day will finally arrive, and the National Spotlight will be on Kentucky to see the results of the Bluegrass Primary Elections. —Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus


That day’s turnout in Kentucky might not match The Blower’s single-digit prediction, but it probably won’t be the lowest turnout in Kentucky’s history, either. —Chief Election Michael G. Adams

image006Just remember what Jesse “The Body” Ventura always said: “If you don’t vote, you’ll be leaving the decision to someone even dumber than you are.” —Your Quote for Today Committee


People must’ve forgotten what Jesse “The Body” Ventura always said: “If you don’t vote, you’ll be leaving the decision to someone even dumber than you are.” —Your Quote for Today Committee

image006image007For weeks, everybody had been wondering if history would once again repeat itself, like when TEA Party Candidate Rand Paul sent the establishment’s Trey Grayson back to Harvard in shame from his ass-kicking in that U.S. Senate Race GOP Primary. —Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo

image006Watching the Bluegrass Primary results in 2010 was the worst night of my life. —Trey Grayson

image006At least The Blower didn’t ask which Disingenuous D-RAT Senatorial Candidate I would’ve preferred to face. . —Rand Paul 

image006Did Rand Paul ever support me for Senate Minority Leader? —Bitch McConnell

image006The historic 2016 Bluegrass D-RAT Presidential Primary was too close to call, especially since there weren’t any recent polls showing a clear favorite —Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen

image008 image006Does anybody remember how long it’s been since I did my crazy election picks in The Blower? —Nathan “Cornbread” Smith  

image006Does a photo op with the UK Wildcats count as campaigning in Kentucky? —Bluegrass Politicians

image006Why are there so many unsolved murders in Kentucky? Because there are no dental records and everyone has the same DNA. —Your Late Night TV Jokewatcher

image006What if we said “No Republican has ever won the White House without first winning Kentucky?” —Former Fishwrapper Howard Wilkinson, who has never been heard from again at WNKU-FM in Northern Kentucky

image006And we were really doing our best to keep all that “Little Money” out of politics. —Super PACs

image006Remember what we always say: “A vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil. Loony Libertarians

image006About this time in 1999, Disgraced Former DemocRAT President Bill Clinton apologized to the Chinese for bombing their embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. In 2016, Rambo-bama didn’t have time to apologize— he just kept on droning, and our Glory Hound in the White House would be spiking the football every chance he got for the next 247 days of Obama’s Second Term, unless the First Black President in History should’ve been impeached.  —Hurley the Historian

image006Does anybody remember when I couldn’t do any better job managing Campbell County Sheriff Jeff Kidwell’s re-election campaign, than I did trying to help my protégé Rick “The Batboy” Robinson when he ran against Gex “Rhymes With Sex” Williams in the 1998 GOP Congressional Primary. —“BeanBall Jim” Bunning

image006image009Where can we go to “unregister” so we stop getting all those Robocalls? —Registered Republicans

image006We were waiting to see how many of those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Failed Trying To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Biden Supporters in the Press, like the ones at The Fishwrap and on Channel 5, 9, 12, 19, and Spectrum , called us to ask about our irrelevant idiotorial endorsements to take to the polls today. —Feckless Fishwrappers 

image006Even if there were only one or two races to vote on? —Dumbed-Down Fishwrap Subscribers

image006After that night, we knew we would probably never get our names in The Blower again. —Will T. Scott and Geoff Young

image006The problem with last year’s primary was that there were not enough negative attack ads. —Greedy TV Ad Salesmen

image006I bet you Blower Bashers were sorry you didn’t have me to kick around anymore since I haven’t run for re-election after 2014. —Scarry Garry Edmonson  

image006Covering the news in Kentucky is a big problem because it’s like a whole different state. —TV 19’s Trish the Dish

image006When did they change Kentucky’s State Motto to “Five Million People; Fifteen Last Names?” —TV5’s Sheree Paolelloimage010

image035 - CopyRemember: We never print all the bad stuff we know and certain people ought to be damn glad we don’t, especially Ex-Governor Steven L. Beshear, whose name was still on the state sign above.image014

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