Sunday, December 11, 2005

Kansas Traditional Republican Majority

The Kansas Traditional Republican Majority is a new moderate Republican group.

According to the KRTM website:

Our agenda is comprehensive. We are addressing a broad spectrum of issues and our doors are open to people of differing views, cultures, backgrounds, and approaches. We are reaching out to disenfranchised Republicans - people who are distressed by the politics of hate and intolerance that too often dominate the Party - and to others attracted by a thoughtful, centrist approach to Republican politics. Such an approach allows us to explore multiple perspectives without fear in order to reach reasonable, fair-minded, fiscally sound, and responsible solutions. It demonstrates inclusion, respect, reason and, yes, compassion.

While the group is clearly a moderate group, it will be interesting to see if it acts as a group that deepens the current divide in the Kansas Republican Party, or if it actively works to find common ground.

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13 Comments:

At 9:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This sounds like a Steve Cloud organization.

Who is on the board that isn't an old Republican retread?

 
At 9:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been a Republican for 40 years and I don't know what a Republican is anymore. Can these guys tell us. Their website doesn't define what traditions are important.

 
At 2:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look at what they are saying here:

www.johnsoncountyrepublicanparty.org

 
At 9:18 AM, Anonymous Thomas E. Scherer, Congressional Candidate said...

I am trying very hard to understand what is the differences between a conservative and moderate republican. One person commented a moderate is one who believes life starts when one files their registration with the Republican party. Another stated a moderate was one who followed the mandates of Dick Bond, and the conservatives were everyone who did not. What is the difference between conservative and moderate republicans, other than zany and tricky ideas that attempt to decieve the American public by being long on rhetoric, and lacking any real demonstrative action to that rhetoric.

I remain in confused about republicans. Just like the rest of Kansas citizens and the nation's voters.

Tom Scherer
Congressional Candidate

 
At 9:21 AM, Anonymous Tom Scherer, Congressional Candidate said...

Sorry about the typo. If I came from Texas, that would be probably warrant the death penalty. Maybe a better word than confusion, is mystified.

 
At 9:25 AM, Anonymous Thomas E. Scherer, Congressional Candidate said...

I just got a phone call from a person who stated the difference between a moderate and a conservative, is the moderate is a better liar.

 
At 9:30 AM, Anonymous Thomas E. Scherer, Congressional Candidate said...

Ok. So now I get a caller who agrees the moderates are better liars, but stated the conservatives are better at being deceptive about it. I still am mystified by the differences.

 
At 10:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is Thomas Scherer and when did he get in the race?

 
At 2:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

does anyone care?

 
At 8:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

KTRM is a great idea! The Kansas Republican Assembly has been terrorizing the countryside for years. It's about time the moderates get organized and start figting back.

 
At 2:33 PM, Anonymous Shane said...

I think the moderates are in line with the traditional policy of Republicans in Kansas (and indeed, probably in all states) to NOT mix religion and politics. The Democrats were the first to violate this time-honored American tradition, in the late 1800s, by running the religious radical William Jennings Bryan for President. The taboo was broken again in 1976 when Jimmy Carter branded himself a "born-again Christian", and the door has been flung wide open ever since, albeit mostly by religious extremists in the GOP, who have mostly succeeded in silencing any dissenting views within the Republican Party.

 
At 1:35 PM, Anonymous Jacob Atwell said...

On August 2, 2008, Tom Scherer, ebay user name: 913tscherer4 purchased sports cards for $5.00 from me on eBay. Then he stiffed me (the seller, ebay user name: vball05) on the $5.00. He then went on to threaten me and said he went to law school and that he was a candidate for congress, etc, etc. Here is a quote that I received from Tom via email today: "If you injure my reputation as a candidate for US Congress, there will be a response including one with eBay regarding your threats over this."

What a piece of work this guy is. For the good of our country don't ever let this guy get elected to anything! If you would like copies of the emails he sent me, or if you would like more information please contact me by email @ vball005@yahoo.com. Also, if there are any other websites you think that this information should be published please email me and let me know. Thanks

Jacob Atwell
Port Orange, Florida
email: vball005@yahoo.com

 
At 7:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is Thomas Scherer? Thomas Scherer is a low life, bottom feeding, pipe dreaming P.O.S.

Congressional Candidate? No one even likes you in your home town! Your a joke. Go crawl back under your rock and wait to die.

 

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