Friday, July 12, 2019

Progressives Celebrate Kris Kobach Leading Kansas Republicans To Historic Defeat

There is documented proof that this right-wing leader can't win the most populous parts of the State and his brand of politics embarrasses everyone but the most right-wing denizens. Meanwhile, liberal pundits across the nation might be a bit too confident that he can't eke out a victory in what is sure to be a divisive election cycle.

Take a look:

Here are 5 reasons Republicans are terrified that toxic Trump ally Kris Kobach could lead the party to a historic defeat

Former Kansas Secretary of State officially announced on Monday that he will be seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat presently held by Republican Pat Roberts, who is retiring. If Kobach receives the nomination and defeats a Democratic nominee in 2020, he would hardly be the fir

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go Kris! Don't pay any attention to what anyone says.

Anonymous said...

Do it Kansas Pubs, nominate him, Please! Guaranteed Republican loss if they do.

Anonymous said...

I'm a conservative Trump supporter and Kobach stands no chance. I'm guessing he's going to be propped up by liberals for the nomination because they know they can easily defeat him in the general election

Anonymous said...

Kobach can't win the most populous parts of the state???

He won statewide by 20 points in both 2010 and 2014.

Nobody won a majority in the last governors race. There was a Libertarian and Independent that took votes from Kobach.

Kansas is a red state and Kris certainly can win. Especially with Trump at the top of the same 2020 ballot.

Now TKC is promoting a liberal pundit and linking to a progressive blog to attack Kobach. RINOs like Tony need to STFU about fake news and support Trump's immigration agenda through Kobach.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Trump needs to enforce his immigration agenda on his wife. She came here on a tourist visa, & immediately sought work as a model.

It seems that his main qualification is his fear of brown people.

Blue Wave 2020

Tony said...

Not a RINO or a true-believer in any partisan political philosophy. In this context, TKC is a BLOGGER above all else.

Good info on the 2010 & 2014 votes . . . But the SecState office comparison is a little low rent. Still, a good point.

You're forgetting that Trump didn't help Kobach much in his gubernatorial run and it's doubtful that Libertarian or Independent voters took away much of his support. That sounds more like an excuse and it ignores how he was pummeled by a decent margin.

As for the link source, again, I pick what's captivating first and foremost. Obviously, this choice caught your attention.

As for "support" for any politico . . . That's not really what this blog is about and it's not really that interesting. As always, we strive to challenge every viewpoint from an alternative perspective OR at least share links to relevant hotties and joke the flimsy beliefs that support pop culture ponzi schemes. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Shut Up Byron you pig.

Anonymous said...

Kobach won't bring defeat on the Republicans in Kansas, because he won't be their candidate for the senate seat.
There hasn't been a Democratic US Senator in Kansas since the 1930's and that's unlikely to change this time around.
The Star will desperately try to make the election campaign look like a close race, but sorry, Dems.
Oh, and Sharice Davids will lose.
Thanks for playing.

Anonymous said...

The only hope Kobach would have is if he hired Axiom, but they might not want him as a client. Those jayhawkers are a strange and STUPID people!

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Damn good call.

Anonymous said...

mark my words if by luck kris wins ks residents will be sorry to have voted a racist into the congress that will put kansas back into time with the klan taking over