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Will it help Kansas Republican congressional candidate Lynn Jenkins’ campaign to have President Bush appear at a fundraiser next week?

Response Percent Votes
70% 401
23% 135
5% 29
Total 565


KS 9 years, 9 months ago

Since when did the Democrats start worrying about waste?

KEITHMILES05 9 years, 9 months ago

I am a Pub who voted for Boyda last time. Doing same thing this time.

Rex Russell 9 years, 9 months ago

Was going to vote for Jenkins over the do-nothing Boyda, not now. She just sunk her own ship.

BeeBee3 9 years, 9 months ago

I am going to a book burning party with Palin this week- she won't be available. Come join if you want! Bring all those DIRTY classics- like Catcher in the Rye and Flowers in the Attic. See you there!

KsTwister 9 years, 9 months ago

Kiss of Death, ask the Rep GOP --- he didn't go there either. I just hope they asked Bush if he heard what the people in his own party had to say about him. Worst in history.

tangential_reasoners_anonymous 9 years, 9 months ago

Ah, the "blueing" of Kansas. Could it happen?A lot of fear would have to be overcome.But the truly red ones really are too few in number to stem such a tide,were it to surge.Kansas... south wind... golden fields... skies of blue.Skies.

Defixione 9 years, 9 months ago

I think a better question would be: "When did the Republicans stop worrying about waste?"

Sparko 9 years, 9 months ago

Maybe Republicans should start worrying about the country. And policy. The GOP has brought us a devastated economy, a record low dollar, a housing catastrophe, torture, constitutional crises, spying on American citizens, government sponsored kidnapping, disastrous incompetence in homeland security, and most federal agencies, from the Division of Mines to the Attorney General. Failed schools. Outsourced jobs. The lowest standing EVER internationally. And they sure stopped 9-11 too. Devastated the military. Contributed to a worldwide food crisis. Corrupted the entire political process with vote caging and systemic voter suppression. They have financed propaganda from NPR to Fox News (Americans get very little actual information these days). They have collaborated with the oil companies to rig production, curb alternative energy solutions, and have produced record profits--that they invest in other nations. Republicans do one thing well. Change the subject. They represent corporations and the very rich. They set the poor and very poor against each other.Turn Kansas blue.

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