Thursday, June 29, 2017

SECSTATE KOBACH VS. KANDER REDUX!!!

Political bickering over voting rights or lack thereof and these two ambitious dudes battle for cable TV news airtime. Checkit:

Kobach, Kander tussle on changes to Kansas voting law

The former Missouri secretary of state plugged an upcoming Kansas Democratic Party fundraiser Wednesday by denouncing Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's championing of state law that allegedly disenfranchised people of their right to vote. Jason Kander, a Democrat who served until January as Missouri secretary of state and lost a campaign for U.S.

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Of course the only difference between the opinions of the two is that Kobach can actually do something about implementing his ideas and Kander is trying desperately into some kind of media presence by joining the thousands of other mostly anonymous faces with opinions about pretty much everything, but no power or ability whatsoever to actually DO anything.
Kander's an attention whore, just like Sly, but by the time the Trump administration is over, he will have more than worn out his welcome.
Maybe he should try hosting "The Apprentice".

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Ossoff should get involved to lend his expertise and media savvy.

Ossoff would be a good VP for Kander's run in 2020.

Kander-Ossoff 2020!

Anonymous said...

Don't they have anybody young without a losing record?

Anonymous said...

Hey, Kander can cite his experience as "Secretary of State" in his Presidential run.

Anonymous said...

Hey you all...what time does Matlock come on?

Anonymous said...

Jason Kander is the BIGGEST LOSER!

To hear him repeat the tale of ALMOST winning a MO U.S. Senate race is like listening to a 60-year old talk about his glory days in high school when he ALMOST caught the winning touchdown pass to clinch a state playoff.

Kander Can't!

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Anonymous said...

@8:59am is right.
Listening to someone talk about "almost winning" an election is like watching kids' sports events where everyone gets a trophy.
In elections one person wins totally and the other loses completely.
In Kander's Senate bid, Blunt is in Washington crafting national public policy and Kander is on cable television sitting next to others who no one ever heard of and probably also lost their last election pontificating about something they can't do anything about.
And Kander's "wartime" claims will haunt him if he ever thinks about running for public office again or even getting a political appointment.
He was an Army reserve intelligence officer who spent a few months in Afghanistan and no where near combat.
Photos with a weapon and writing your blood type on the backs of your shoes is pure fluff and the folks who have actually served recognize what phoniness this is.
An articulate ambitious empty suit is still, in the end, an empty suit.

Anonymous said...

Kander can become a TV personality but not a more senior politician unless and until he wins something.

The more he goes TV, the less likely he'll be higher up in politics than an office some people skip on the ballot.

Anonymous said...

It'll be on at the same time you'll be bent over and simultaneously deep throating in your favorite Barry BathHouse.

Anonymous said...

@7:58am
The idea of a Kander/Ossoff national ticket in 2020 is really great!
Kander moved from Kansas where he lived most of his life to Missouri where he would be more "politically viable".
And Ossoff wasn't even a resident of the Congressional District he ran in.
They have lots in common.
Unfortunately it's mostly burning personal ambition, not a dedication or interest in actually serving the public.
We already have plenty of those kinds of folks in public office at pretty much every level.