“As a Republican and as a conservative, and as someone who truly espouses conservative thinking – that means both economically and socially, etc. – I don’t think we’re being represented by [Senator] Mitch McConnell,” said Bevin. “I don’t think he is a true conservative.”
On that same tack, Bevin – who is running against McConnell (R) in the May Primary next year – indicated that if he wins, he might only serve one term. He said that pretty much everyone who stays in Washington, D.C., long enough becomes a progressive, McConnell included. He defines a progressive as a person who thinks more government programs are the answer.
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