Thursday, October 21, 2010

Demo KY Senate Candidate Jack Conway fought for 2 Years Over Possession of a Rock

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway sued the Ohio town of Portsmouth and fought for almost two years over possession of a rock found at the bottom of the Ohio river. He finally won possession of the rock. The rock (pictured above) is now stored in a warehouse in Greenup County, Kentucky.

FOX News reported:
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The fight over a rock that lay for years at the bottom of the Ohio River spilled into federal court Tuesday when Kentucky sued an Ohio city, seeking the boulder's return.

Attorney General Jack Conway sued the city of Portsmouth, Ohio, and three men in federal court Tuesday over the 8-ton boulder known as Indian Head Rock. The lawsuit seeks the rock's return to Kentucky and the cost of damages.

Unfortunately, KY AG Jack Conway doesn't feel as strongly about things that seriously affect his fellow Kentuckians. Kentucky hospitals will be losing as much as $3.4 billion in Medicare payments due to Obamacare and fifty-two percent (52%) of Kentuckians favor repealing the Democrat's law. So far, Conway has refused to join lawsuits claiming Democrat's health care reform is unconstitutional or unfair to states. Conway actually called the lawsuits a waste of taxpayer dollars.
"I do not intend to use my authority as Kentucky Attorney General to sign our Commonwealth onto a health care lawsuit against the federal government, because I will not waste taxpayer dollars on a political stunt," Conway said in a statement provided to Hotline OnCall.

Oh, well. At least Kentuckians have possession of a really nice rock.


Anonymous said...

That's a nice looking rock. If only Conway would fight for something really important.

Anonymous said...

At least Conway has his priorities straight.