Sunday, January 22, 2006

Hopefully Not the Last

From today's Kansas City Star:

"In her State of the State address Jan. 9, Sebelius touted her administration’s work to improve the Kansas economy. She also took a little credit for the 2005 “meth bill” that made it harder to buy large quantities of medicines used to manufacture methamphetamine.

Republicans objected, pointing out that Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt and Attorney General Phill Kline were leading advocates for the bill.

A day after the speech, Republicans released a list of talking points that criticized Sebelius’ claims. It was the first time that had occurred while Sebelius was governor."

Maybe we have found part of the explanation for why many Kansans hold a favorable opinion of do-nothing Governor Kathleen Sebelius.

A Republican Party that performs the basic elements of politics is a definite boost the the hopes of GOP candidates this year.

Want us to know about it?


Post a Comment

<< Home