Friday, August 8, 2008

Right Out of the Gate, Jenkins Falters

In the universe of things to never, ever say in politics, Lynn Jenkins' quote from her press conference yesterday ranks near the top:

"Jim and I agree on a whole lot more than we disagree on, and we certainly agree on the direction of the nation," said Jenkins, surrounded by Republicans on the House floor.
Oh, you stupid tone-deaf woman. The majority of your would-be constituents don't want anyone even kind of like Jim Ryun in Congress. That's why Congresswoman Nancy Boyda beat him in 2006...and it's why you just beat him on Tuesday!

That's as stupid as saying "You know, I'm a CPA, and, thus, I know jack-shit about military things..." (We're paraphrasing...)

It was stupid to admit, stupid to sing, but, of course, it's true. Be it on irresponsible tax policy (favoring Big Oil over the middle class) or continuing the Republican Culture of Corruption (not demanding ads produced by her lobbyist donors be taken off the air during the primary), Lynn Jenkins is just more of the same miserably failed Republican leadership we've all come to know and detest over the last decade.

Thank you so, so much, for reminding voters, Lynn.

But, hell, what can we expect? The day after she won her primary by harping on "new Republican leadership," Jenkins swaddled herself in GOP party hacks: Christian Morgan, Kris Kobach, Ray Merrick, Todd Tiahrt, and, of course, Jim Ryun in one of those great juxtapositions. Which were we to pay attention to, Lynn, the empty rhetoric or the frightening visual?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Paraphrasing: "I'm a congresswoman so I have absolutely no bearing on the policies of this country. The president gets what he wants."

http://www.crooksandliars.com/2007/01/05/is-boyda-nuts

Anonymous said...

how about nancy war on the middle class. Where is here leadership on this energy issue.

Anonymous said...

Why are they on a 5 week vacation instead of working on energy, health care and economic issues?

Where is this Democratic led Congress?

Anonymous said...

does anyone in kansas actually think boyda's on vacation? are you all brain-dead? it's awfully hard to convince someone the women isn't doing her job when they have a public meeting with her.

and, to the first comment...please please please find something new. Rehashing that isn't gaining you anything new.

Anonymous said...

Her job isn't campaigning ... it is working with Democratic do nothing leadership to develop policies and laws that deal with the current issues in the country.

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