PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND THIS VERY IMPORTANT PICNIC AND MEETING FOR ALL THOSE KENTUCKIANS WHO FEEL VERY LET DOWN BY THE CURRENT BEVIN ADMINISTRATION!
IT WILL BE HELP ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 (SATURDAY), AT THE HOME OF SENATOR DAN SEUM, LOCATED AT:
1107 HOLLY AVENUE, FAIRDALE, KENTUCKY 40118
PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK TO THE FACEBOOK EVENT FOR MORE INFORMATION!
THIS PICNIC IS FOR ALL OF US! (EXCEPT MR. BEVIN)
Above: Please view the promotional video for the picnic with Sen. Dan Seum!
Remember when Bevin said, “I guarantee you somewhere in Kentucky today a child was sexually assaulted that was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them.”? There also was mention of children trying drugs for the first time that day.
Remember when Bevin blamed the shooting of a 7 year old on a sickout?
Remember when Bevin was running for Governor the first time and he promised he would fight to get cannabis for those needing it. Then after getting elected he said legalizing marijuana creates homelessness, fills up ERs and isn’t a realistic option for Kentucky.
Remember Bevin claiming he would sign a medical marijuana bill during the 2019 legislative session knowing his current running mate wouldn’t allow it to be heard.
Remember when Bevin bought a $2.9 million property for $1.6 million from his friend, Neil Ramsey, who happened to also donate to his political campaign and be an investor in his company. Did I mention that Ramsey was then appointed to the Kentucky Retirement System Board of Trustees by Bevin? Did I also mention that the appraiser on that property is named John May. Bevin appointed May’s wife, Shellie May, as executive director of the Kentucky Commission of Children with Special Health Care Needs.
Remember when Bevin was the least popular governor in the US?
Remember when Bevin compared teachers to thugs and called us selfish and ignorant?
Remember when Bevin said, “It’s just straight up about wanting more than your fair share,” as he compared teachers to people who hoarded rationed goods during WWII?
Remember when Bevin said teachers and state workers weren’t sophisticated enough to really understand the pension bill?
Remember when Bevin took $201.5 million from the Kentucky Employees’ Health Plan to balance the budget?
Remember when he called high court justices incompetent?
Remember when Bevin intentionally withheld the actuary analysis that revealed that the retirement system would be fully funded by 2043 if it was unchanged but continued to be fully funded?
Remember when Bevin called our students “soft” because our school districts didn’t want kids to be outside in sub zero arctic temperatures?
Remember when Al Roker called him a nitwit?
Remember when Bevin hired his friend, Grindle, and then raised his salary from $160,000 to $375,000? That’s a $215,000 raise.
Remember when Bevin got elected and he reversed the states decision to raise the minimum wage.
Remember when Bevin’s Labor Cabinet said they will fine teachers $1000 for protesting?
Remember when Bevin approved SB 151 that deleted a $5,000 life insurance death benefit from police, fire fighters, teachers, and other state workers?
Remember when Bevin called a special session in December 2018 that wasted tax payers money to accomplish nothing.
Remember when he continues to try to call a special session this year, but doesn’t have the votes?
Remember when Bevin said it’s none of the tax payers business why he uses a plan owned by the tax payers.
Remember when Bevin’s running mate became the first ever African-American woman to hold an executive office in the state of Kentucky, to then be dumped when he ran for a second term?
Remember when Bevin publicly applauded the University of Kentucky’s men’s basketball team for advancing to the Elite 8, but said nothing about University of Louisville’s women’s team who did the same thing?
Remember when Bevin said the West Louisville chess club at Nativity Academy is ‘not something you necessarily would have thought of when you think of this section of town.’?
Remember when he proudly boasted about making all of his children contract chicken pox?
Remember when Bevin said, “It’s like saving a drowning victim, Brian. It’s like somebody — they’re fighting you, biting you, pulling you under. You just need to knock them out and drag them to shore. It’s for their own good and we have to save the system,” when talking about teachers who opposed to his pension plan.
Remember when Bevin said that teachers hoard sick days?
Remember when Bevin attended the Kentucky Derby and while an interview was occurring next to him on national television about the death of a trainer, he continued to be on his phone?
Remember when Bevin was late paying his property taxes?
Remember when Bevin cut dental and vision benefits for 460,000 Medicaid recipients?
Remember when people who don’t even live in Kentucky contacted you about something embarrassing Bevin had done or said that made it on national news coverage?
Remember when Bevin says, “We are Kentucky,” at the end of every speech, but he isn’t even from Kentucky?
This list could continue on…
Just in case you need a REMINDER on why NOT to vote for
Mr. Bevin . . .