Thursday, May 21, 2020

Kansas City Star Joins Democratic Party Campaign Against SecState Pompeo

From fake Twitter accounts to hack comedians, Democratic Party loyalist are lining up against the only dude who save Republicans from a HISTORIC FLIP in Kansas . . . Here's the newspaper joining the party late . . .

Mike Pompeo's gaudy, taxpayer-funded dinners should make him damaged goods in Kansas

The grandiosity of the gaudy, taxpayer-funded, rolodex-building "Madison Dinners" that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his wife Susan have been throwing at the State Department hideously profanes "Publius," the name under which James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay authored the Federalist Papers.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

The KC Star never stops attacking Republicans they fear, then they wonder why their subscriptions have dropped some much over the last several decades. A business model based on alienating about half of a prospective target market is no way to run a business, as your financials clearly show.

Anonymous said...

Pompeo is a crook, stealing from taxpayers playing the victim like his dear leader. Just like their supporters, victims all, the big bad world is against them, against the racism, against the bigotry, against the hate of people of color. Yep ole Mike is a cheat and a crook

Anonymous said...

When he speaks, it's clear this American veteran is smarter than the politicians on the other side of the political spectrum, which is why they are afraid of him. Megaweird.

Anonymous said...

Ringknocker to the highest degree.

Anonymous said...

8:54 - Are you joking? He's just a smug asshole who scoffs when anyone challenges him or he doesn't want to answer a question.

Real grace under fire this clown.

Anonymous said...

In its death spiral (think of a flushing toilet), the Star has totally abandoned any pretense of objectivity. It won't matter. Only dyed in the wool leftists believe what they read in the Star, and they were in the tank from the get-go.

Charlie Horse said...

^^^^ I heard the Star keeps a pair of Yael's stained underwear on hand in case employees need a whiff to increase their morale.

Anonymous said...

The Star is trying hard to tilt the scales in favor of any Democrat running for office in Kansas (and other states). They act like they're completely objective, but they always come off as slanted and subjective kooks who are about as honest as Adam Schiff, the "integrity" poster boy for the Democratic party.

Anonymous said...

How many years (and pounds) ago was that photo of Pompeo taken?
"The Pompous" hasn't looked like that in a decade at least.

Anonymous said...

tartufferie!

Anonymous said...

This kind of gratuitous sniping has made many people dislike the local newspaper and led to its demise.

It won't be long now before TKC acquires them in an unfriendly takeover for a $1000 all-cash offer.

Anonymous said...

^^And yet here you are still talking about them. They win. You lose. As always. Weird.

Anonymous said...

2024
President-elect Pompeo and his wife Susan (Wichita State alum) arrive at the Scripps Howard Foundation dinner honoring national journalism.

The Kansas City Star is unrepresented, having gone bankrupt for good, and former editorial board members now working part-time at PropagandaRUs.

Anonymous said...

^^^I thought Fantasyland was closed?

Anonymous said...

What a surprise that this degenerate would have "gaudy, taxpayer-funded dinners"! Just look at what a disgusting fat body he is, and you know he is a glutton.

Anonymous said...

^^^ You and body-shaming Nancy Pelosi must be proud of your own figures. Way to stay high-class, jackassssss.

Anonymous said...

And yet Pompeo is proud of his country and uses his intellectual abilities to make America safer and better than Obama and Biden would have ever dreamed of -- especially in light of them sending pallets of American taxpayer money to the radical Iranian leadership to appease them. How's that working out, other more money to build IEDs that kill U.S. soldiers? Talk about the dumbest plan in U.S. presidential history. Megaweird.

Anonymous said...

His old lady got her some big 'ol bazoomas.

Anonymous said...

^^^Hell yeah.
I'd like to look in her diplomatic pouch.

Anonymous said...

11:52 Keep on burdening the health system, fatty!

Anonymous said...

Sorry 11:55, but the dumbest plan in U.S. presidential history was the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Worst strategic mistake in U.S. history. Oh, and by the way, that decision was made by "the decider", a conservative republican.

Anonymous said...

@12:19 How can you tell? All I see is a Karen in a tarp.

Anonymous said...

1:44, wrong. The non-conservative Republican president was authorized to use military force in Iraq by a Democrat controlled Congress.

Anonymous said...

absurd, childish article.

there are substantive criticisms to be made that are serious, so these spurious accusations only cloud the picture.

they are, however, consistent with the quality of the paper; that is, low.

Anonymous said...

Just as ridiculous as complaining about the cost of Obama's trips to Hawaii by the other side.

It may be fodder for partisans but it's insignificant and reveals the accuser as speaking in bad faith.

Anonymous said...

Other people are bulking up during the lockdown, too.

Anonymous said...

Fake news! The Kansas City Red Star did not just join the Democrat party. It has been a card-carrying member of the Democrat party for decades.

Anonymous said...

And yet here you are commenting on comments with your worthless “weird” comment.
The Star is racing towards bankruptcy. Their Saturday delivery is gone. Watch for another day to follow. They are a rag.

Anonymous said...

Congress didn't declare war on Iraq. It authorized Bush to use force IF necessary, assuming he would only use it as a last resort. Bush was the decider and ordered the invasion.

BTW, the House was in GOP control from 1994 to 2006. When Bush won, the GOP also still controlled the Senate with Cheney presiding as president of the Senate to break the 50-50 split on party line votes. The Republicans in Congress were in lockstep and provided the majority of votes needed to give Bush permission. Not Democrats.

Learn your history before making an idiot out of yourself 2:09.

Retired Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton, Army Infantry Center said...

Pompeo has been damaged goods for a long tie.

"Disgusting performance by @SecPompeo. Lightweight coward @EsperDoD."

"What is wrong with West Point class of 86? Who mentored you? What happened to the West Point Honor Code in your class? America is very badly served by these men."

A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.