Kansas GOP Insider (wannabe): Clowns plop tent at Kobach's feet

Friday, September 11, 2015

Clowns plop tent at Kobach's feet

It's always a clown show with these people. (And it's not even GOOD clowns -- It's always the bad scary kind.) They can't just go and ask questions and have a respectful conversation.

Always, always clowns. Always.

I speak, of course, of liberals everywhere. Perhaps nowhere is this side show phenomenon more evident than on college campuses.

The clowns brought their side show to the University of Kansas Law School where Secretary of State Kris Kobach, a former law professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Mark Johnson, KU law professor, debated voter ID.

I love the idea of this event -- two smart people present their evidence to an audience of bright, open-minded folks who are willing to listen to the debate. 

But that's not what happened. The liberal Kris Kobach detractors arrived with signs created by some third graders. The libs made desperate pleas for attention and as you can see from the photo below, the cameras tuned to their desperation.

Notice the sane people attempting to watch the debate.

This is par for the course. Wherever Dems are rallied to a cause, they turn it into a drum circle of weird and inappropriate. See Occupy Wall Street. Or see Melissa Harris Perry, wearing tampons on her head.

A liberal pundit. Wearing tampons. Because ovaries or something.
And then locally, we have these people, Women for Kansas.

This is my favorite picture ever.
Can we please stop pretending these folks are to be taken seriously? Seriously.


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