Dem candidate drops out of senate race – liberal shenanigans in full swing

The midterm elections are fast approaching and the Democrats desperately want to retain control of the U.S. Senate. Harry Reid isn’t about to give up that Majority Leader gavel easily — which means progressive socialist shenanigans will be in full force, as already evident in the Sunflower State of Kansas — and folks it is despicable.

As reported by Fox News (by the way, check to see if any of the liberal progressive media sites cover this story), “The Democratic candidate in the race against Sen. Pat Roberts in Kansas ended his campaign Wednesday, leaving an independent candidate and a Libertarian candidate to face off against the three-term Republican incumbent. Chad Taylor, a district attorney, informed the Kansas Secretary of State Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the race. Originally, his statement said “suspended,” but the word was lined through and replaced with a handwritten “terminated.” Taylor issued a separate statement saying he made the decision after consulting with his staff, supporters and Democratic Party leaders. He did not give a reason.”

The reason is quite apparent if you do the research — he was polling in last place. The truth is,Taylor was forced out by his own party — some loyalty there — because they feel the “odds are forever in their favor” by taking a different route.

Fox says, “Taylor’s move could lead to broader support for the independent candidate in the race, Olathe businessman Greg Orman. There is also a Libertarian candidate, Randall Batson, of Wichita. Roberts’ executive campaign manager Leroy Towns called the move a “corrupt bargain” between Democratic leaders and Orman’s campaign and said Orman’s independent status is “a smoke screen.” Polling data from Real Clear Politics shows Roberts is favored to win the race in GOP-leaning Kansas. However, a recent poll from Democrat-leaning Public Policy Polling showed Orman had a 43 percent to 33 percent lead over Roberts if the race was just between the two of them.”

Get this, if all three candidates were in the race, 32 percent of voters would pick Roberts, 25 percent forTaylor and 23 percent for Orman, according to a Public Policy Polling poll. Heck, even a blind squirrel could find this nut — and just for PETA, no animals were injured in the use of this metaphor.

It all goes to demonstrate that the present-day Democrat party is devoid of principle, and possesses only a lust for power. You can just imagine what has been promised to Orman — watch out for a boost in fundraising and outside financial support. Imagine if Republicans were to pull the same type trick? This kind of reminds me of what’s happening here in Florida’s Gubernatorial race with characterless Charlie Crist who since 2012 has gone from Republican to Independent now to Democrat all because he wants political power — and guess what, the Democrats welcomed him with their party nomination over a lifelong Democrat, State Senator Nan Rich — sorry Nan.

I also remember late Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter who decided to switch parties and run for U.S. Senate as a Democrat when it seemed that he would lose his primary race — and again he was welcomed with open arms.

Needless to say, Mr. Orman will caucus with the Democrats in the Senate if elected – that’s the payback, the Dems win a seat that seemed impossible. Orman, is the co-founder of a business capital and management services firm — I thought Democrats hated venture capitalists — and ran for Roberts’ seat in 2007 as a Democrat but dropped out early in 2008. He said he grew unhappy with both parties — to us here in the Sunshine State that sounds familiar.

Fox says “Joan Wagnon, the Kansas Democratic Party’s chairwoman, said she needed a few days to sort out the situation — read that to mean, I’m just following orders — love to see her recent calls list — bet the NSA could help me out.

As for Taylor, well, he said in a statement to Kansas.com he will continue to fight for Kansas’ people even though his campaign is over. “I have great love for the state of Kansas and the people that live here. I will continue to work in their best interest every day, but effective today, my campaign is terminated,” he said. Right, and pigs fly.

This is why Americans have come to hate politics as it’s no longer about serving the people, it’s all about schemers, charlatans and impostors who are in it for their own self-service. And as long as Americans continue to accept and allow this chicanery to happen, it will — until one day your children and grandchildren will curse you for selling them out and destroying the American dream for them.

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Wade Wilson aka Deadpool
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Wade Wilson aka Deadpool

Buffoonery of the highest order!

Patty Nale Davis
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Those of us here in the Sunflower stated smelled the rotten fish as soon as Chad Taylor announced he was pulling out of the Senate race.

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mcrognale
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Except that the Kansas electoral guy said his name will stay on the ballot. Let the lawsuits to remove it begin!

TheRajLOSAngeles
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Loathe the democrats, communists, statists, and liberals as I do, it is the responsibility of the Republican candidate to generate the interest and support required for victory. If Pat Roberts campaign is not influential enough to garner more interest than his opponents, than it is the fault of the Pat Roberts campaign.

The same argument goes for those who insist Conservatives vote for RINOs like Chris Christie and Jeb Bush. Have we forgotten how elections are supposed to work? The CANDIDATE must present an influential platform. All else is minutia.

Karen Prescott
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Pat Roberts isn’t really a Republican either. He’s a RINO who doesn’t live here.

LTCJWKS
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Last 10 years Senator Roberts conservative record has been unassailable. He is 4th or 5th most conservative in the Senate – and remember, he was one of the few Senators to go into the well and support Ted Cruz’s filibuster.

Allen Michael
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“This is why Americans have come to hate politics as it’s no longer about serving the people, it’s all about schemers, charlatans and impostors who are in it for their own self-service.” About sums up all politics and politicians for sure!

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Cindy Reschke Wundrow
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Cindy Reschke Wundrow

couldn’t agree more … that’s why I read about each candidate and try to help others who have questions.

Earl Lee
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SO how but this…Instead of you selling tee shirts allen (buy my tee shirts)west…YOU run for the senate??

pokamitch
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Get some new material, or just stop posting. You are pathetic

Earl Lee
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This material is still fresh and relevant! Once he announces that he is running for some sort of office….I’ll stop

pokamitch
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How about giving the man some credit for serving in the military for almost 2 decades and in Congress, Earl. He has already done it through the government & maybe, just maybe, he feels there are better ways to make a difference. And I’m not talking only about this website that you love troll on….

And on that note, what have you done to serve this country?

Earl Lee
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Seriously you bring up his military career? The man was RELIEVED of COMMAND and thats enough for me! I’m just trying to get you idiots to put your support behind someone that can CHANGE SOMETHING. As long as you idiots keep supporting people like Allen (buy my tee shirts) west and sarah (I QUIT) palin…they only thing that will CHANGE will be their BANK ACCOUNTS! Thats it…nothing further than that….and the saddest part about it is….THEY KNOW THIS and keep manipulating the IDIOTS!!

pokamitch
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I know his career. But, like the troll you are, instead of addressing the issues and a direct question, you attempt to belittle me with name calling & the same, lame, script-like nonsense.

I must repeat myself. People that don’t get it, don’t get that they don’t get it

henryhiggins
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http://www.militarycorruption.com/LTCWest-1.htm
Your spin on Col West’s reputation is the smear that the libs will be proliferating. The facts are otherwise. He is an intelligent man of honor, integrity, experience, and love of country, in other words, what we need in the White House instead of the embarrassing traitor that is there now.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Thanks for posting this. I did not know the story although I heard it mentioned in the past. Personally I think it shows the character of Col West and his principles to do what is right and what is needed regardless of the consequences for himself, personally.

Earl Lee
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A man of honor doesn’t let the men he is command of BEAT a prisoner for over 40 mins. A man of HONOR does not lose his cool and get angry. A man of HONOR does not throw all of his training out of the window. A man of HONOR is not relieved of command. Allen (buy my tee shirts) west is nothing close to a man of HONOR. That distinction only falls to those that served and serves with HONOR!

pokamitch
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What makes you so honorable? Again, I ask you directly, what have you done to serve our country?

Earl Lee
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Wore the uniform…never dishonored the uniform nor my men nor the ARMY like allen (buy my tee shirts) west

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Too bad Milton Wolf didn’t win in the primary.

Kimberly04
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Milton Wolf is a relative of Obamas. I think that was a major strike against him.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

That’s kind of silly. Obama’s grandmother and Wolf’s mother were cousins. Wolf can’t help that. It’s not like they are hanging out at family barbecues or anything. Besides, obama doesn’t even acknowledge the white side of his family history. And if you read the comments posted below the article, they question the facts in the article.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2014/08/04/a-family-tree-to-explain-how-president-obama-and-milton-wolf-are-related/

LTCJWKS
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Wolf wasn’t ready. He has a future in KS if he buries the hatchet and comes out strongly for Pat Roberts. If he doesn’t, then he will have to find another state if he wants a political future.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Why wasn’t he ready?

LTCJWKS
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Based on personal conversations with Dr. Wolf. Foreign Policy knowledge very weak – along with other shortcomings in political and policy competence.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

The same could be said of our president. I think as a Senator who is supposed to be looking out for the welfare of the citizens in his state I wouldn’t want some supposed expert in all things political. We need some smart, virtuous people not experts in everything because as the saying goes, they are masters of nothing.

LTCJWKS
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Expert status is not necessary a basic understanding of the dynamics of this world is required along with the capability to synthesize from that foundation. That is lacking.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Well, I guess that’s your opinion. I’d take a young, smart new guy over an entrenched politician any day. I don’t know about Roberts, but there are certainly at least a couple senators out there who are serving but should have retired. The aging process can create havoc on ones mental abilities.

LTCJWKS
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I know Senator Roberts on a first name basis – he calls me Jack and I call him Senator. He’s solid both physically and mentally even though in his 70s. At the State Fair today there were debates in both the Senatorial and Gubenatorial campaigns. According to he left leaning Huffington Post Roberts absolutely hammered the “independent” candidate Greg Orman.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

I just looked it up and saw that Senator Roberts refused to debate Milton Wolf prior to the primary. I’m guessing his performance at the fair won’t matter much to those who wanted to see him debate Milton Wolf.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Given that 52% of the people who voted in the republican primary in Kansas voted for someone other than Roberts he’s got his work cut out for him. Quite a few voters did think Wolf was up to the job.

LTCJWKS
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We’re working hard to bring the Wolfies home. All those who I personally know are going to vote for Roberts. Were Orman truly an independent it might be different but the shenanigans of McCaskill Reid et al have made them all realize that he is really more a Democrat than anything else. His contribution record on the Federal Election Commission site shows contributions to such right wing stalwarts as Harry Reid and Al Franken.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Bring the Wolfies home? Based on that phrase and the fact that Roberts refused to debate Wolf, I hope they stay home. As you laid out, you are hoping they show up and vote against the other guy not FOR your guy. Your friend the senator should have debated Wolf and won on his merits.

LTCJWKS
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Negotiations broke down when Wolf’s campaign insisted on a one on one without the other two candidates.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

And why would the Senator be opposed to that? The other two candidates only got 5.4% and 5.8% of the total votes, enough to impact the election but not even close to being competitive.

LTCJWKS
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So what if one of those candidates had a stellar performance which made him competitive in the race? Actually, Senator Roberts made that a condition when the question of a debate was first raised to him in the Greg Knapp radio interview – which the Senator didn’t handle very well – and that single fact was the most critical in the reorganization of his campaign last week.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

If he is such a strong candidate with so many positives, why wouldn’t he want to show that to the voters in a head to head debate with his challenger? Looks more like he was avoiding the whole thing. We all have to live with the decisions we make, reorganization or not.

Mariana225
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Unfortunately, It is the way the game is being played, and it works well for Democrats. Unless Republicans are willing to play by the same rules and learn to ‘strategize to win’, they will continue to lose.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

Republicans only resort to nasty tactics in primary elections against conservatives.

Jason
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What do you think voter suppression and gerrymandering are?

Tom Pawlik
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So if I understand this correctly, the majority of Libertarians supporting Batson would vote for a left-leaning independent over a Republican if that was their only choice. What kind of idiots are Libertarians? Republicans may not be perfect but they’re a hell of a lot closer to a small government ideology than Democrats. They just vote anti-establishment regardless of policy. Makes no sense.

Michael David Davis
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“hell of a lot closer” ?? Don’t forget that it was Bush, along with a Republican majority in both the House and the Senate, who increased the debt to massive levels. Obama has simply taken that and built on it in an obscene way. The RINO establishment, however, will spend with pretty much the same amount of irresponsibility. They don’t want to fix anything; they just want to be in charge of the mess for a while. Until the GOP establishment is taken over by the real conservatives, Republicans will be almost as bad as Democrats.

Tom Pawlik
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“Almost as bad” but if it’s a choice between Repubs or Dems, you think the Dems are the lesser of 2 evils? The best way to move forward is to change one party from within. Libertarians should quit competing w/ the Reps and join them to change them for the better.

respectful conservative
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respectful conservative

I think I remember reading that the Libertarian who ran for Governor in Virginia got help getting on the ballot from democrats. Things are not always what they seem. It’s become a democrat strategy ever since Ross Perot showed the country how it works.

LTCJWKS
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Much more out since this was written. Disclosed and acknowledged that Claire McCaskill as Harry Reid’s errand girl to “counsel” with Chad Taylor, presumably about his “future” with the Democrat Party – if he took this one for the team. The law passed in 1997 requiring that candidates who won a primary remain on the ballot. To get off they had to die or make a written declaration that they are INCAPABLE of serving if elected. Prior to this law there was a fair amount of chicanery from both parties – having a proven vote getter run as a place… Read more »
Earl Lee
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It’s Official: President Obama Is The Best Economic President In Modern Times

STFUTWIT
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So, where is the “punch-line”???

William
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Looks like Democrats may take the Senate in the midterms.

Dandydanderoo
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Absolute and abject manipulation of the process. If that doesn’t work, steal the vote. Get 120% of the registered voters to vote for you!

Kay Munson
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Remember Mississippi!

Paul Sheridan
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This coming from the guy who went shopping for a new district in 2012 after Florida voters decided they’d had enough gerrymandering and passed a law to stop it. Allen couldn’t win in the 22nd anymore so he jumped on over to the 18th district. And then he still managed to order up a delicious humiliating defeat. Good times.