3rd District Republican U.S. Congressional Candidates Talk 2012 Presidential Hopefuls

On Monday, April 12, Republicans running for the 3rd U.S. Congressional nod appeared on KET’s Kentucky Tonight with Bill Goodman. During the icebreaker portion of the show, the four candidates told Goodman where their presidential allegiances currently lie.

Take a look:




Click here to view the program in KET’s archive.

Brooks Wicker said he’d vote for Mitt Romney. Jeff Reetz said he, too, would support Mitt Romney. Todd Lally gave the best answer, in my opinion, by saying he’d like to see new blood get into the game. But Larry Hausman gave the craziest, most troubling answer: Mike Pence… and if not pence, Newt Gingrich. Hahaha.

And that, friends, caused me to laugh out loud.

5 thoughts on “3rd District Republican U.S. Congressional Candidates Talk 2012 Presidential Hopefuls

  1. At least no one said Mitch Daniels. Daniels or Pence running would set Indiana PR back fifty years.

  2. Agreed that Daniels, Pence or Quail are shining examples of Hoosier pride. But then a native Kentuckian (former) thinks that McConnel, Bunning and Williams are a disgrace.

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