*Strong Language Alert!
Kid Rock, a potential candidate for the U.S. Senate, is no shrinking violet, nor is he one for living a mundane life and given today’s political climate, those attributed are likely to serve him well.
After stating that “it’s game on mthrfkers,” while announcing he was creating a 501(c)(4) non-profit group to promote voter registration, the popular recording artist took it a step further Sunday on social media.
…which played well with his supporters, to the angst of Democrats!
Wheels up motherfuckers. pic.twitter.com/Joj7N4Ij3m
— Kid Rock (@KidRock) July 30, 2017
Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, is pictured aboard “Rock Force One,” as one social media user dubbed the plane, flipping two middle fingers, which is what millions of Americans would like to do to inept politicians in Washington, D.C.
Folks who will gladly embrace a little authenticity.
As for the “babes” on the plane, Twitchy.com responded to the tweet below, saying — tongue-in-cheek? — the male-to-female ratio on the plane “means Mr. Rock is the GOP candidate best positioned to take on Dems and their phony #WarOnWomen nonsense.”
That's potential US Senate candidate Bob Richie flashing double middle fingers on a luxury airplane with five young female companions. https://t.co/BRfg2sXLT4
— Tim Alberta (@TimAlberta) July 30, 2017
For those who dismiss the rocker, a new poll by the Trafalgar Group shows him leading incumbent Democratic Sen. Deborah Stabenow 48.6 percent to 46.1 percent, based on a sampling of 1,708 likely voters.
“A general election with Kid Rock and Stabenow could be close and fun to watch,” senior strategist Robert Cahaly said in a statement. “The debates would truly be ‘the greatest show on Earth’ and the uncensored version could be a pay-per-view blockbuster.”
Here’s a sampling of responses, pro and con, to Kid Rock’s latest social media offering — and for those who ridicule him, bear in mind his estimated net worth is $80 million:
The gentleman from Michigan has the floor https://t.co/qu8xxbh2X4
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) July 30, 2017
The future conscience of the Senate. https://t.co/6sUX0o2FRK
— Mike Warren (@MichaelRWarren) July 30, 2017
The future of the Republican Party. https://t.co/i35RKnDcAD
— John Aravosis (@aravosis) July 30, 2017
He gets my vote. https://t.co/TkVPhhMRcz
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) July 30, 2017
I didn't realize trailers could fly. https://t.co/yKp22OjQ38
— John Schindler (@20committee) July 31, 2017
Is this a campaign ad? https://t.co/Z7sCnWXeTH
— Jeff (@CroninLegal) July 31, 2017
Ways and means committee here I come https://t.co/kLGmynAla7
— Brad ®️ (@Bradcalhoun) July 31, 2017
comments section to this is right out of Plato's Symposium https://t.co/BiXbuYUhkg
— James Hitchcock (@JamesHitchcock) July 31, 2017
Here’s a potential political candidate giving the double-bird as he takes off with a few escorts on his private plane. No big deal. https://t.co/SPUyGCWETW
— Roy White III (@RDubThree) July 31, 2017
Rock Force One. https://t.co/7B7JHEL0ba
— BernItALLDown (@TrumpPepe2020) July 30, 2017
We will be Pimping Rock and Roll all the Way to Washington DC.. I am Screaming . Owwwwww https://t.co/BTy8J8b85i
— Trumps Dirty Dozen (@todstertodd) July 30, 2017
— Eddie❤🇺🇸 #MAGA (@gpobre2) July 30, 2017
Will he be Senator KidRock? Or Senator Rock? 😎#KidRockForSenate
— ImChiquita (@ImCh1quita) July 30, 2017
— Josh C Randall (@JoshCRandall2) July 30, 2017
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