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Amy McGrath
mother of 3 (all potty trained now), wife, retired Marine, F/A-18 pilot, Kentuckian, loves dogs,
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Amy McGrath 8h
List of retired senior officers, who actually can speak out, and have done so that I know of: GEN Dempsey (CJCS) Gen Krulak (CMC) ADM McRaven (JSOC) ADM Stavridis (EUCOM and SOUTHCOM) LtGen Hertling (CG US Army Eur) Who am I missing?
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Amy McGrath 9h
Replying to @MurphyCartoons @KYGOP
Got to have all the boogeymen and women in there...
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Amy McGrath 9h
They have to lie in order to keep up their narrative that they are responsible for all that is good, and Dems are somehow responsible for all that is bad. Dishonesty is really second nature to them now.
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Amy McGrath May 21
Congratulations to winning in a very tough primary for Dem nomination for Governor. On to November...we are with you!
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NDA Pandas Athletics May 21
NDASB captures the 35th District Championship tonight over Holy Cross by the score of 14-4. Tournament MVP Serena Paterno, All Tournament team: K. Suganuma, Olivia Meier, Ruthie Franzen. 9th Region draw is Saturday morning.
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Amy McGrath May 21
General Krulak (former Marine Corps Commandant): Pardoning troops accused of war crimes betrays ideals and undermines “decades of precedent in American military justice that has contributed to making our country's fighting forces the envy of the world.”
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Joe May 21
Replying to @USMC @POTUS and 2 others
. & journalist Austin Tice has been held captive in for 6 years and 279 days. Please urge & to do all they can to secure his release. Austin is alive.
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Amy McGrath May 21
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Amy McGrath May 21
Kentucky - Don’t forget, today is the day for the 2019 Gubernatorial primary.
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Amy McGrath May 21
THIS! Thank you General for speaking out on this.
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Amy McGrath May 20
Replying to @lyle_c_johnson
I’ll try that definition on my 4-yr old
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Amy McGrath May 20
4-yr old - what does mutated mean?me - umm, it means something changed 4-yr old - so like my old bike helmet mutated and got smaller? me - sort of, but I think it’s more accurate to say that your head mutated and got bigger. Well, let me think about that...
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Amy McGrath May 20
are all great candidates to become a much better governor than we have right now.
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Amy McGrath May 20
Replying to @AmyMcGrathKY
For so many around the world, voting isn’t an option. Many Americans perished to allow us this right. Here in Kentucky in 2019, I’d argue it’s a responsibility. Tomorrow, May 21st the polls are open from 6 AM to 6 PM. Find out your polling location here:
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Amy McGrath May 20
My fellow Kentuckians, TOMORROW your vote is important. There is much we need to work on in our Commonwealth, and you are needed to be a participant, not an observer.
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Amy McGrath May 20
Mr. Smith’s generosity is admirable. A wonderful story. The thing is college tuition and debt has risen 300% in the past 15 years. There aren’t enough Mr. Smith’s to do this for every college every year. We have to figure this out as a nation.
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Amy McGrath May 19
Can’t think of anyone I’ve served with who doesn’t feel this way...
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National Air and Space Museum May 18
Today in 1953, Jackie Cochran became the first woman to fly faster than the speed of sound. More on this inspiring woman:
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Mother Jones May 17
“I hope you catch the irony here that at the CIA and intelligence agencies, millions of dollars are being spent to stop the Russians from making a mess of the 2020 election and yet, in the US Senate, we can’t bring a bill to the floor to even debate it.”
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Amy McGrath May 19
I don’t think he understands this is an insult to our military and anyone who has honorably served in combat, and it’s particularly disgraceful to do this on Memorial Day, a day where we pay our respects to those who gave their lives serving honorably for our country.
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