Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Tonight Ed and I had Brian Simpson on the MyViewMatters Radio Show. Brian is a candidate for House District 46 in the Republican primary. Tonight we got a chance to speak with Brian about issues relevant to our Commonwealth.

Listen in below:



  1. Great show....this guy is worth a shot...something HAS to change up there! :)

  2. Payne’s numbers and the FEC’s numbers do not match. According to the FEC, Fischer’s only donations to Northup were $250 on 10/08/1998 and $350.00 on 10/03/2000. That equals hundreds, not thousands. Maybe Payne knows something the FEC (and the Northup campaign) don’t. If so, he should let us know.

    Anyone can look up donations at the Federal Election Commission website, If you checks under Greg Fischer, you;ll find he has given more money to Democrats and the Democratic Party than any other candidate.

    $1000 to Yarmuth in ‘07, ‘08, and ‘09; $250 to Heather Ryan in ‘08; $1000 to Boswell in ‘08; $250 to the DNC in ‘09; $15,750 to the KDP in ‘07, ‘08, and ‘09; $5000 to the Kentucky Victory Fund (Federal account) in ‘07; $7300 to Obama in ‘08; and $5000 to the Obama Victory Fund in ‘o8.

    There’s been a lot of talk of Jim King throwing money around in this race. But he hasn’t thrown any to any Democrats other than himself lately. No other candidate for mayor has given the kind of dollars Fischer has to Democrats.

    If Payne can’t get these numbers straight off an FEC webpage correct, why should we trust him to get the icemachine story correct?

  3. Agreed. That is why Brian,myself, and a few others are runnig for office. It is time to break the idiot elitist mentality across the board.

    Thanks for writing

  4. Not sure why you decided to post this about Payne in this article but here you go.


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