Or we should say, a celebratory bit of hype cinema will soon debut and attempt to kiss the . . . ring of a Kansas political leader who cleverly earned her way into office whilst the sausage fest Sunflower State GOP was too busy competing in their own embarrassing measuring contest.
Check the summary . . .
"Former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who also served in the Obama administration’s Cabinet, is subject of a new Washburn University and KTWU documentary, “Red State/blue Governor: Kansas’ Kathleen Sebelius."
This write-up only offers passing mention of the Obama-care website fail that earned national rebuke.
Still we thank the BEST & BRIGHTEST TKC TIPSTERS for sharing this link so that we don't have to
donate pay super minority partisan hacks 50 bucks to play in their sandbox.
Apropos for #TBT read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
TOPEKA - State Rep. Kathleen Sebelius went against advice of friends by declaring her candidacy in 1994 for Kansas insurance commissioner, a statewide political office controlled exclusively by Republicans for a century. The electoral challenge for the relatively unknown 46-year-old Democrat went beyond party label to the core of her identity as a woman.