Thursday, September 12, 2019

Conversation With Kander

News insight and reporting on this rising star politico's return to the spotlight . . .

Why Is This Happening? Facing Trauma with Jason Kander

How do you know when it's time to ask for help? For former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander, the moment came just as his political star was rising. In October of 2018, in the final stages of what looked like a successful mayoral bid and while part of conversations about potential 2020 contenders, Kander stepped back.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know it’s time to claim PTSD victimhood when you lose an election and you desperately seek national relevance. Fake insincere attention whore.

KC Weirdo said...

^^^^ Yet he's still more important that you. Weird.

Anonymous said...

When is this dick going to get a real job ?

Anonymous said...

Pander is so enamored of himself that he can't even recognize that he's become a parody of himself.
He appears to have a mental challenge, but it certainly has nothing to do with his military service or PTSD.
An intervention is needed by family and friends.
Narcissism on steroids.

Anonymous said...

"He appears to have a mental challenge, but it certainly has nothing to do with his military service or PTSD."

And you would know that from serving your country at... McDonalds?

Get back to work. Those burgers won't flip themselves, and no I don't want fries with that.

Anonymous said...

^^ As if someone who flips burgers is any less of a person? That's a demeaning and hurtful as any racist/bigot talk out there. Keep up the good work of considering yourself better than everyone that serves you food.

Anonymous said...

So the big Jason critic IS a burger flipper? Whooda thunkit?

Anonymous said...

"As if someone who flips burgers is any less of a person?"

Not less a person--just someone who should be paying attention to the grill instead of posting derogatory remarks about someone who served his country.