Monday, September 24, 2007

Tradecoat Trey Backstabs Governor Fletcher Again

As if the former Bill Clinton campaign volunteer Tradecoat Trey Grayson has not hurt Governor Fletcher's campaign enough by carrying the Democrats message during his early publicity stunt, now Grayson is hurting the Governor's fundraising once again by holding an event in northern Kentucky at the same time as the Fletcher-Rudolph campaign. Patrick Crowley reports:

Now Grayson, the Kentucky secretary of state and a Boone County resident, and Fletcher are running for re-election and sharing space on the statewide ballot. Each claim that any friction or disagreements have evaporated as they pursue re-election.

So why have the Fletcher and Grayson campaigns scheduled their major Northern Kentucky fundraisers on the same night - Tuesday - at roughly the same time and in the same county?...

Even some Northern Kentucky Republicans have privately scratched their heads, wondering how the situation arose

Some wonder if there is a concern by the Grayson camp that Fletcher's poor polling numbers are a drag on the rest of the GOP ticket and Grayson may be distancing himself from the incumbent governor.

This is really remarkable that these tradecoats can be blaming Governor Fletcher when Tradecoat Trey Grayson and Mitch McConnell were the ones that ran the smear campaign that placed the Governor behind in the polls to begin with. Grayson should make a pledge not to hold any other fundraising events on the same day as the Governor's campaign, because he is in for a huge surprise when true conservatives find out about his own ethical issues before election day.