County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner Set For Saturday

by Rick Howlett on February 7, 2011

Many of Kentucky’s Republican Party faithful will gather next weekend in Louisville, where they will get to meet candidates for state office in the May primary.

The Jefferson County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner will feature remarks from U.S. Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, but members will also hear from their gubernatorial nominees.

Cordell Lawrence is Vice-Chairman of the county party.

“We have three very qualified candidates that are all very intelligent, and I think bring a little bit different characteristics and attributes for people to kind of examine as they make their decision for the primary,” he said.

The three gubernatorial slates are led by Kentucky Senate President David Williams, Louisville businessman Phil Moffett and Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw.

The Lincoln Day Dinner is Saturday night at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

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John February 7, 2011 at 6:18 am

Let’s hope Rand has nothing good to say about Lincoln. Too bad anyone has a “Lincoln Day Dinner” – honoring a man who waged war on private citizens to force a government on them they no longer wanted (like King George did); who was willing to guarantee slavery forever (see his first inaugural speech); and who was a racist (made many, many racist comments and told jokes with the n-word).

Study Lincoln, and one finds that he was a racist, a tyrant, and a war criminal. We should be ashamed of him.

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