Skip to comments.Kansas voters should choose solutions-oriented leaders for top offices
Posted on 10/18/2010 1:48:29 PM PDT by ncfool
Moran for U.S. Senate
Current Republican congressman Jerry Moran is the choice to be the next senator from Kansas based on his experience and record.
Yoder for U.S. House, 3rd District
Republican Kevin Yoder, who is leaving the Kansas House, is quick-witted and thoughtful, giving him the edge to take over the seat being vacated by longtime congressman Dennis Moore, a Democrat.
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You have to know that this is another nail in the Democrat's coffin. No more Moore in Kansas.
Have to love the writer's line "But Moores role as spouse to the incumbent, cant make up for her lack of experience in elective office. "
I am glad that even the very Liberal Kansas City Star saw thru this placeholder for the the Democrats in Kansas.
Has hell frozen over or have pigs sprouted wings?
I know the Star is losing readers by the boatload. Perhaps they feel if they show a conservative side, they will gain some back.
I don't want them to lean either way. Just tell the truth without the spin.
Former resident of Kansas and glad to see this. Understand you had a real ugly battle in the Senate primary and the most Conservative candidate did not win. I love Kansas but do really wish you all would have sacrificed one state for the good of the nation and kept Sillibus there.
“Vote for the conservative in the primary,
and against the ‘rat in the general.”
(and show up at the townhalls and raise hell if your rep gets out of line)
I am not surprised, of course, that they didn’t endorse Kris Kobach. The fact that he is a rising star probably puts them off, cheesy journalists that they are. And yeah, Dem governors work out so well: Kansas gave us that dishonest shrew, Katheleen Sebelius. What a load.
Kobach, in an interview the other day, said that someone from the red star told him flat out “we don’t like you”.
Might, just might, be the Star’s open borders slant! That paper is so full of liberal cliches that it isn’t even funny. And the Star still thinks they are the only source of information for the readers. Circling the drain, I’m sure.
Some poor soul came to my door about a month ago trying to make a living selling subscriptions. I showed mercy on him and didn’t vent my opinion of the paper to him. Isn’t his fault. I simply told him that I wouldn’t buy it because of its bias.
This is proof that I did the right thing when I voted for Tiahrt over Moran. As for the KC Star’s endorsement of Holland, Six, and Biggs, that is exactly what I would expect from this left-wing rag.