Skip to comments.You Promised: Go Back To Kansas, Bob
Posted on 03/31/2009 5:24:15 PM PDT by governsleastgovernsbest
I will go on to the White House or go back to Kansas. from Bob Doles speech resigning from the Senate during his 1996 presidential campaign
Even if its 13 years late, make good on your promise, Bob. Give up your Watergate apartment and go back to Kansas. Please.
The photo here could be seen as Exhibit A from the pathologists report. No, not of Ted Kennedys affliction, but of DC Swamp Fever, Washington-itis, or whatever you want to call the disease that overtakes politicians who, like a lonesome Brokeback cowboy, just cant quit the town.
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Go back to Kansas, Bob. Ping to Today show list.
better yet, go back to Arizona, John.
It’s pretty bad when Ted Kennedy looks the most vibrant.
Is that John Kerry in a wig ?
Don’t do that to us!
Off topic, but today I feel just a little bit better with the usurper out of the country.
I wish all of them would go away
Sad! The title “Statesman” escapes the contemporary politicians.
Look at the picture of those 3 old fools, we will be rid of them naturally soon.
Not before they and The Obammunist nationalize the medical industry.
Bob should have asked Pfizer for something that would have “stiffened” his backbone instead.
I have an idea for how to get rid of Washington’s hangers on...get rid of Washington. Think about it: In this age of instant communications, internet, cell phones, text messaging, video conferencing, etc, why should congressmen take up permanent residence in a city that is thousands of miles from most of their constituents? Get rid of Washington and you eliminate the cocktail parties, the golf games, the endless stream of lobbyists who swarm like moths to a porch light. Get rid of Washington, and you eliminate the cozy collegiality that, once experienced, becomes more important than anything else. Eliminate Washington and you eliminate a huge amount of the corruption, the time wasting, the expense incurred by these idiots. The bureaucrats can have their offices, but they don’t need to be in one central location. Break up Washington into smaller pieces and put them in different cities around the country—but not the state capitals.