Monday, March 05, 2018

Keeping Up With Jason Kander

Public radio offers this quick check-in with a voting rights advocate and cable news pundit who didn't really have the patience or desire to dedicate years of his career to low-rent public service in Missouri . . . And so he risked a Senate run and crapped out . . . Now he's attempting to build enthusiasm as a candidate for some unknown and undisclosed office. Read more:

Jason Kander Sticks To Democratic Talking Points, Says 'Maybe' He'll Be In Office Again

Jason Kander spoke to the National Farmers Union conference in his official capacity as the head of a voting rights nonprofit. Yet Monday's hometown address by the Democrat, which ranged from U.S. trade policy to college affordability, sounded more like a stump speech.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, I wouldn't hold my breath, on this bloke being in elected office again.

Anonymous said...

Very boring "dullard".

Anonymous said...

Thank god for KC Confidential. I just love reading idiots like Glazer, Chuck Lowe, Paul Wilson and Harley.

Anonymous said...

Gad - once these politicians get in, they are like barnacles on a ship. You can't get rid of them. They float from one office to another, not doing a damn thing but running for the next office. Term limits won't do anything to stop the merry-go-round.

Anonymous said...

Liz's little boy toy candy ass is off his leash again.