What’s The Matter With Kansas (This Time)?

It’s always something:

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republicans on Saturday narrowly picked an activist who has promoted unfounded election conspiracies and promised a shakeup to lead the Kansas GOP for the next two years, following weeks of infighting that mirrors the acrimony in the party across the U.S.

Within 30 minutes of the change in the Kansas Republican Party’s leadership, its state committee reviewed a resolution demanding that the U.S. House impeach President Joe Biden for “tyranny” over comments he and his aides made in the summer of 2021 decrying misinformation about coronavirus vaccines spreading within the GOP. The committee tabled the resolution until its next meeting.

Just a reminder: Hire clowns and get a circus.

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12 Responses to What’s The Matter With Kansas (This Time)?

  1. Redhand says:

    How utterly fucked up.

    We can’t help where we were born and how and why that inevitably means some of us may live in a home state that has metastasized into MAGA-Hell, but as an East Coast “elitist” from “cosmopolitan” New Joisey, I’ll let Talking Heads do the talking for me with “The Big Country.”

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  2. Look on the bright side! Two years of the nonsense they’ll promote could lead to more D’s in office!

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  3. w3ski4me says:

    Boy, they really have their finger on the pulse of the country down there, don’t they? What could possibly be more important to them than impeaching President Biden? I guess they really want Kamala Harris to be our leader.
    Republicans, the party of evil daydreamers.

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    • What could possibly be more important to them than impeaching President Biden? I guess they really want Kamala Harris to be our leader.

      How to tell me they don’t understand what impeachment means without telling me they don’t understand what impeachment means.

      Alternatively, all they know is Dear Leader rages on and on about being impeached so “it’s something bad to do to your enemies”

      I’ll put real Ameros, not just quatloos, on most of them being unable to pass the US history and civics exam portion of the naturalization process.

      Hell, I’ll do the same on them not being able to explain the meaning of the Scholastic Rock “I’m just a Bill” episode, or even know it if you play the first few seconds.

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      • ali redford says:

        You are entirely correct as to the precinct committee chairs and the delegates who elected this nut to lead their party. None of them know anything about civics and government/governance. They’re mean, ignorant people continually promoting people who do absolutely nothing for them or anyone else here. It’s astounding, except that they’re currying favor with the ‘haves,’ while protecting themselves when their own ships finally come in. They don’t even know they don’t have any ships coming, the wealthy already own them all.

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  4. sos says:

    Hire clowns and get a circus.

    Or, elect clowns get explosive diarrhea of the Kansas Republican state committee.

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  5. Last nights Svengoolie episode featured “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” which fits, somehow…

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    • MDavis says:

      That movie is the reason I learned of the cliche that there is a pair of bros, kind of dim, who nevertheless always land on their feet.
      But now I’ve forgotten the site that maintains an entire library of examples.
      Darn. It’ll come back to me. Probably.

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  6. ali redford says:

    Ha-ha! I read the Topeka Cap-Journal version this morning, just shaking my head. That means they’ve got enough nuts in enough precinct committee chairs in every county here to get that done, even though very closely. It’s not as if the 88 against the new guy aren’t just as nuts, they just know our elections are fine because Republicans keep winning.

    Maybe this could make a difference on that, but that’d have to be Providential. I’m just glad he isn’t our SoS.


  7. MDavis says:

    Biden and aides: “you shouldn’t like lie”

    Kansas GOP: “How dare you try to muzzle our free speech!”

    That about right?

    [Tengrain was here!]

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