So apparently, Steve Womack finally met his likely Democratic opponent face to face. (I say likely, but there’s no other Democrat on the radar.) Both Womack and Aden were at Freedom Fest in Russellville and according to someone who was in earshot of the encounter, when Aden said he looked forward to seeing Womack on the campaign trail, responded that he wouldn’t see him as “we run in different circles.” Aden has now seized on the remark and is now working it into his narrative, releasing a video where he addresses Womack directly by saying,
“Yes I do run in different circles. I’m proud of the circles that I run in, because the circles that I run in are made up of middle class people, just like myself, who put in forty plus hours a week trying to provide for their families. That’s a good crowd to run with.”
The side you represent have destroyed over 1.5 million businesses in America since they took power in 2007. Not jobs…businessess! How can you consider that “running with the middle class worker” unless you mean running the middle class wo…rker into the (wannabe) socialistic government’s entitlement laden arms?
Your “circles” are setting records: Most people drawing and longest period of high unemployment, most ever on food stamps. Fastest pace to insolvency of Social Security, Medicaid and the government as a whole. And they only BORROWED $5 trillion dollars, so far, to do it. Keep up the good work.
I doubt seriously that middle class Americans are responsible for the current conditions of our economy. I am proud to be considered middle class. and I make 7.75 an hour to provide for my family. This is the circle to which I am running “with.” The middle class worker is the heart and soul of our great nation and I will argue with anyone who wishes to place further economic burden upon them.
The more we see from Aden, the more he proves to be a feisty street fighter and a Democrat that’s great at staying on message, and what a great message it is. There’s not a better candidate we could have brought into this uphill fight, and even if he doesn’t win he’s bound to give Womack some fits along the way. But to do it, he’s going to need your help raising some cash. Think of it this way, you’re giving a guy who runs in middle class circles a helping hand. Steve Womack has the Waltons, the Republican money machine, and corporate interests lining his pockets. Ken’s depending on people power to fuel his campaign, and if he manages to beat the odds and give Womack a real race, it’ll show that ordinary people can stand up to the wealthy and the powerful, and the politicians that run in their circles.