Saturday, May 31, 2008

TheKansasRepublican: Nasty Primary Re-Elects Boyda

We just love it when folks on the Radical Right stumble accidentally onto the truth (it happens so rarely for them), and, for a state like Kansas, it's really kind of shocking we don't have a single rational, fact-based, non-hyperventilating conservative blog.

The blog that has lately become the very most offensive- in a "I'm with Fred Phelps" sort of way- TheKansasRepublican did post late on Friday with their laundry list of reasons the Kansas Republican Party just keeps falling on its ass.

In part:

...the bitter primary in the 2nd could blow our chances at defeating Boyda...
Why, yes indeed! Jenkins and Ryun have taken after each other like the Hatfields and the McCoys, and every single day it gets harder and harder the for Kansas Republican Party to pull itself out of the same tailspin it gets into every single time they have a contested primary.

And it will blow your chances of defeating Congresswoman Nancy Boyda.

(We'd add something else to your litany of woe: The Kansas Republican Party continues to suffer because blogs like yours ignore current events and instead either make something up, draw a hair-brained connection between unrelated things, or you post pictures that are so far outside the realm of good taste they even turn off other Republicans. Also, someone should tell the KS GOP that they really need to allow comments on their's just unseemly for them to be that chicken).


Anonymous said...

Maybe they can talk the Democrats into only having their votes count as half a vote.

Interesting position by Democrats considering women votes used only count as 3/5ths of a vote.

Anonymous said...

considering women votes used only count as 3/5ths of a vote

are you high or just stupid?

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