Monday, April 20, 2009

Where's Rob? And Sue and Tracey and Tim...

Sen. Huelskamp was able to attend four TEA parties this past Wednesday, an impressive amount considering the size of the first district. Now I'm trying to figure out where the rest of the first district candidates were?

Rob Wasinger wasn't able to attend any events, even in Emporia where I assume he's still living. Why? What's the hold up? You praise those that turned out but couldn't be bothered to show up yourself?

What about the other candidates. Tracey Mann lives in Salina now. Why couldn't he show up? He's the "conservative, but not ideologic" candidate. TEA parties are about fiscal conservatism, the "non-ideologic" part of conservative. Where was he?

What about Sue Boldra? She could sure use a boost. What about Tim Barker? Tim's a businessman and just recently decided to become a Republican. It would seem to me that fiscal restraint would be one of the hallmarks of the party that would bring him over. Where was he?

So, which one plans to show up in Washington and practice fiscal responsibility when none of them seem to be able to show up for little TEA party?

4 comments:

Miss Anonymous said...

Teabagging should always be kept as a private activity.

Anonymous said...

Yawn.

Anonymous said...

"Yawn"

Apparently that's what everyone else said too...

Anonymous said...

They were with their followers . . .

Rob was probably taking tea with his moderate, (anti-Kline / ruin Brownback's reputation with the pro-life crowd) friends, or at his home in Virginia.

Barker was likely at his home in Oklahoma, or maybe at one of his properties he owns there. Ironic that he's portraying himself as a business candidate in Kansas, most of his business' (that aren't in bankruptcy court) are in Oklahoma.

Boldra has moved on, leave her alone.

Mann was at a Democrat fundraiser (cough, cough)I mean he's a farm-raised western Kansan that has been here since January of . . . well it doesn't matter. I bet he was at work.