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Attention, all you pathetic cringing little milksops – Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has had enough of your wimpy whining! As the Washington Post reports, Bevin went on a radio show last week where he proceeded to lament the closing of some Bluegrass State schools due to extreme cold weather brought on by the polar vortex. Yep, Bevin is pretty sure that temperatures dropping to as low as minus-15 Fahrenheit is no good reason for keeping the kids indoors. Or, as he puts it, “We’re getting soft.” Yep. And this would be the same Gov. Matt Bevin who regularly blocks people from commenting on his public Facebook page if they criticize him. Which basically means Bevin is okay with the cold – he just can’t take the heat.