Owning 2014

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Uncategorized

Recently the New York Times reported that the National Republican Senate Committee is stepping in to run Senator Pat Roberts’ failing Senate campaign in Kansas. This race should be a lay-up for the NRSC after Roberts defeated Milton Wolfe in the primary in August. However, it appears that the head of the NRSC, Kansas’ other Senator, Jerry Moran, and team are about to dribble the ball of their foot as they head towards the hoop.

Who knows, maybe they already have.

Today’s Public Policy Polling’s poll showed Roberts down 7 points with only 29% of Kansans approving of Roberts’ job performance. In other words, he is headed the wrong way with just six weeks to go.

This news comes upon the heels of Mitch McConnell’s campaign manager, Jesse Benton, having to step down as his role in the Iowa Caucus scandal becomes more apparent and McConnell locked in a tight re-election campaign in a state Mitt Romney won by 23 points.

In Arkansas, Tom Cotton should be running away with the Senate race against Democrat incumbent Mark Pryor. He is not and in Louisiana, recent polls show Democrat Mary Landrieu still leading in a must win Senate race for the Republican Party. Yesterday, it became very apparent that the National Republican Senate Committee is starting to lose its stuff publicly as it whined in Politico that one of the outside groups it has tried to delegitimize all year, our friends over at the Senate Conservatives Fund, wasn’t helping them as much as they should in Iowa.

We know that in politics things change overnight, but what is currently happening is not the narrative that the NRSC was hoping for at this stage in the game.

2014 was supposed to be their election cycle. The election cycle that would make Mitch McConnell majority leader and now, post-Labor Day, their narrative is about to whisp away in a cloud of smoke as a 2016 Senate map that favors the Democrats looms.

So what is going on out there? Is it possible that the general populace of voters is ready for something new and incumbents deep into their 70s and 80s don’t excite them?

In the case of Roberts and Cochran, the NRSC clearly thought better to go with the dependable votes for Mitch McConnell, not the young, fresh faced conservative challengers in Milton Wolfe and Chris McDaniel.

As a whole, this is part of the bigger problem the GOP Establishment faces as it clings to power: nothing they have done motivates voters and on the flip side of this equation is the fact that their scorched earth tactics to win primaries in 2014 has left a disaffected conservative base (prompting stories like this one from the LA Times).

There has always been the question of who needs who more in this marriage of convenience-conservatives or the GOP Establishment.

We think this election cycle is about to provide an answer.

Pat Roberts Blows His Cover

Monday, July 7th, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Elections

During the course of a protracted and contentious campaign, every candidate will invariably flub a media interview or make a public gaffe.  However, nobody has mastered the art of the Freudian slip this cycle like Pat Roberts.

Pat Roberts has spent the past year – ever since Milton Wolf announced his intention to challenge him –  remaking his political philosophy and his voting record.  Much like Orrin Hatch in 2012, Roberts has forged a shot-gun marriage with conservatives.  He has even touted his A score from Heritage Action in a TV ad.  He’s moved so far to the right that those who are susceptible to political amnesia are scoffing at our effort to replace him.

Last week, Roberts let down his guard on two occasions in a way that even the most gullible conservative will see straight though his election-year conversion.  First he retweeted a message from one of his supporters suggesting that Milton Wolf is a racist.  Unless Roberts or one of his staffers had itchy fingers, this retweet is quite revealing, especially given what just happened in Mississippi.  We all know that deep down and in private settings, the GOP establishment politicians express these sentiments about their own base on a daily basis.

That same day, when challenged on a radio show about his tenuous connection to the state he represents, Roberts reassured the listeners by saying “every time I get an opponent, uh, I mean every time I get a chance I’m home.”

Even his opponents could not have given a more apt description of the Roberts modus operandi.  Throughout his tenure, Roberts had been a typical establishment Republican who views his base as nothing more than a bunch of racists who need to be pandered to before election time, especially when there is an opponent.

As we noted last year when we endorsed Milton Wolf:

More importantly, even the foxhole conversion is a result of Milton’s bold and articulate voice in Kansas as a primary challenger.  Just weeks before he signed the Mike Lee letter, Roberts expressed his skepticism of the strategy at a tele-townhall.  He noted that “it’s a lot harder than it used to be but, my hand is still out there stretched out across the aisle.”  At the same event on July 29, Roberts referred to the Fair Tax as a “scheme.”  After Milton announced his candidacy, Roberts became a supporter. Most interesting, Roberts has called for Sebelius to resign. This is an unambiguous admission that his 2013 voting record is a form of pandering, not principled leadership.

It is quite clear that if we fail to rally behind Milton over the next few weeks, the next six years of Pat Roberts will look a lot different than this past year.

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Pat Roberts Disrespects his Constituents

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Elections

We’ve witnessed a new level of hubris from the career politicians this cycle.  Instead of employing the typical ‘duck and hide’ from their records when challenged, these moss-covered politicians actually embrace their vulnerabilities….and lie about them.

We’ve seen a number of them undermine the effort to defund Obamacare and then run ads saying they worked to defund the law.

We’ve seen people like Mike Simpson, who voted for TARP, run an ad saying he voted to repeal TARP.

We’ve seen many candidates who have actively supported amnesty and open borders policies run ads touting their leadership on border security.

Virginia’s third senator, Pat Roberts, is seeking to outdo all of them.  He is going up on the air with an ad that, among the many other distortions, refers to himself as a “lifelong Kansan.”

This is a man who has never lived in Kansas in any meaningful way since 1962.  He ran for office for the first time in 1980 based upon ownership of a vacant lot in Dodge City.  He later switched to a rental property, and most recently, a laz-y-boy that he rents on the property of his big donor.  He has barely spent any time even visiting the state.   When challenged about his residency, Roberts claimed “he has a long history of intending to be a resident of Dodge City.”

Even if by some convoluted measure he can meet the legal standard for obtaining a place on the ballot, it is incontrovertibly clear that he is not a lifelong Kansan.  Hence, you would think that he would at least avoid the issue in his media buys.  Instead he has the temerity to lie straight to his constituents.

If Pat Roberts ca’tn be trusted to tell the truth about his place of residency – the fundamental prerequisite for running for office – how can he possibly be trusted as a U.S senator?

Additionally, he has the nerve to tout his Heritage Action score as one of the top five conservatives for this past year.  Amazingly, he fails to mention that prior to the primary challenge from Milton Wolf he scored a failing grade or a D from conservative organizations.  In fact, now that he admits that Heritage Action is right and he was wrong all those years, he should run ads thanking Dr. Wolf for his cathartic change.

Indeed it is incensing to watch these sleazy politicians lie to their constituents, as they are not man enough to run on the veracity of their true convictions.  And sadly, they are often successful.  But the thing about running on a pack of lies is that it eventually catches up to them.  They can only pull that trick once.

Let’s not wait another six years until Roberts betrays us to find a real conservative from Kansas.  Let’s rally to the man who has shown the courage to challenge the outrageous behavior of the political class.

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How’s this for a Bold Contrast?

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Elections

Let’s take a moment to pretend that the primaries don’t exist.  We’ll assume that all of the current GOP incumbents are reelected and all of the establishment candidates win in open and Democrat seats.  We work our tails off during the general election to get them elected and win a GOP majority in the Senate for the 2015 session.  After all of that hard work, what would a GOP-controlled Senate look like?

The Hill’s Alex Bolton asked that same question and interviewed some key players in the Senate.  Here is what to expect:

Majority Leader: Mitch McConnell

Finance Committee: Orrin Hatch

Armed Services: John McCain

Appropriations: Thad Cochran

Banking: Richard Shelby

Energy and Natural Resources: Lisa Murkowski

Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions: Lamar Alexander

Foreign Relations: Bob Corker

Wow – you must be really excited to knock on doors for this slate of leaders.  These are people who literally work hand-in-glove with their Democrat counterparts on their respective committees.  Lamar Alexander is one of the most anti-free-market senators and a big proponent of federally-run education.  Yet, he would control a vital committee that oversees healthcare, education, and labor issues.  Bob Corker is a clone of his Democrat counterpart on foreign relations, as witnessed by the recent IMF bill and his emphatic support for new START and other harmful treaties.  Then you have Lisa Murkowski, John McCain, and Orrin Hatch.

And, of course, Thad Cochran as Appropriations chair!  He is already promising to bring back earmarks.  Talk about the fox guarding the hen house.

Amnesty, earmarks, and corporate welfare – that is the establishment campaign message for 2014.

Fortunately, we have a choice this spring and summer – one that will enable us to campaign for Republicans in the fall with alacrity and with the confidence that a new majority would provide a bold contrast.  We can support all of the challengers against some of these incumbents and knock out the pale-pastel crowd, which includes McConnell, Graham, Cochran, Roberts, and Alexander.  We can support the better alternatives in the open seats and against Democrat incumbents.

Or, as Nancy Pelosi once suggested, we can embrace the suck.

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RELEASE: Pat Roberts is Out of Touch With Kansas

Friday, February 7th, 2014 and is filed under Elections

Fort Worth, TX – The Madison Project PAC released the following statement in response to the revelation in the New York Times [“Senator Races to renew ties, if not make a home, in Kansas, 2/7/14] today that Senator Pat Roberts no longer has a residence in Kansas:

“It’s not surprising that Senator Roberts’s only connection to Kansas after four decades in Washington is a periodical rent check to one of his top donors in the state,” said Daniel Horowitz of the Madison Project.  “After years of voting to grow government and then supporting Kathleen Sebelius to head the HHS, Roberts has become physically and ideologically attached to the culture of Washington D.C.

“Ever since Dr. Milton Wolf began his bold challenge against Roberts last year, Roberts has flip-flopped on almost every major policy issue –from the debt ceiling and funding for Obamacare to the Farm Bill and intervention in Syria.  His metamorphosis on votes is now extending to his evolution on where he resides. For Robert’s, being Senator is about doing what’s best for himself and Washington, not what is best for Kansas.

“This is why we were so proud to endorse Dr. Wolf last December, a man who has pledged term limits and will always put Kansas first. You can’t fight the D.C. culture once you become consumed by it.”

Our endorsement from December can be viewed here.

Our full report on Pat Robert’s record of supporting big government can be viewed at RetireRoberts.com.

The Madison Project supports and raises money for conservative candidates that have demonstrated a commitment to full-spectrum conservatism. The Madison Project website can be found at http://madisonproject.com/

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KS-Senate: Dr. Milton Wolf Proposes Free Market Healthcare Reforms

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Obamacare

One of the things we look for in our candidates is the ability to move beyond platitudes and articulate how limited government and free markets helps improve the lives of ordinary Americans.  Career politicians like Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) might intuitively think Obamacare is a bad idea, but he has no ability to articulate free market healthcare policy from a position of strength.  That’s because, at heart, Roberts is more of a politician than a conservative.  Hence, he was easily sucked into the “go-along-to-get-along” mode and endorsed Kathleen Sebelius to be Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources in 2009.

Dr. Milton Wolf, who we were proud to endorse last month, is the panacea to inarticulate and inconsistent Republican politicians like Roberts.  Yesterday, he unveiled his ideas for free market healthcare reform.  Every Republicans should read this straightforward document, as it explains in plain English, from the perspective of a doctor, why even before Obamacare was implemented we languished under a centrally planned, market-distorted system.  He then proceeds to explain how the lack of portability, government distortions of insurance, tendentious tax treatment of employer-based healthcare, and out-of-control tort system have hurt patients and doctors.  Obamacare has only exacerbated all of these “pre-existing conditions.”

We are proud to put our name on smart conservative candidates like Milton Wolf.  His articulate presentation of healthcare reform is exactly what we need in Washington.  We need more than just a vote; we need a loud and unwavering voice to represent our values.  Help us support Milton Wolf in Kansas and send a 21st century conservative to Washington.  http://www.retireroberts.com/

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Milton Wolf: Our Latest Conservative Star

Thursday, January 9th, 2014 and is filed under Blog, Issues

Dr. Milton Wolf has never held public office, but he has already given voice to Kansas’s conservative values by forcing Senator Pat Roberts to change his voting habits.  Ever since Wolf announced his candidacy, Roberts has clung to Ted Cruz and the conservative movement with all his might.  Sadly, we’ve seen this bad movie before.  Once the incumbent wins his primary and is reelected, he tends to relapse into his old ways of pushing for big government.

Help us support Milton Wolf in his historic bid to replace another ineffective Republican.  RetireRoberts.com.  Here is our latest video:

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Madison Project PAC Endorses Milton Wolf for Senate in Kansas

Thursday, December 19th, 2013 and is filed under Blog, Elections, News

For Immediate Release:

December 19, 2013

Contact: Mary Vought

press@madisonproject.com

Madison Project PAC Endorses Milton Wolf for Senate in Kansas

“Milton will be one of the U.S. Senate’s loudest voices against Obamacare.”     

Fort Worth, TX – The Madison Project PAC, the first conservative PAC to endorse Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Matt Bevin (R-KY), announced today that it is endorsing Dr. Milton Wolf for U.S. Senate against Senator Pat Roberts in Kansas:

“We’ve interviewed dozens of candidates this cycle, but few are as passionate and articulate in defense of restoring our Republic as Dr. Milton Wolf,” said Jim Ryun, Chairman of the Madison Project and former Kansas Congressman.  “Even though he has never held public office, Dr. Wolf has exhibited a command of the issues and a dedication to conservative values that is lacking among most individuals in Washington. Senator Roberts has served admirably for a number of decades, but if we ever hope to rebuild the Senate majority on a solid conservative foundation, we need fewer career politicians and more citizen leaders like Milton Wolf.

“When I served the people of Kansas in the House of Representatives, I quickly learned that the big government mentality is entrenched in the leadership of both political parties.  Despite losing the majority during the Bush years, many of these same Republicans have failed to learn the lessons of the past.  They have not shown a bold contrast from the Democrats and a consistent desire to fight special interests and protect our constitutional values.

“I wish I had served alongside more members with the moral clarity and intellectual honesty of Milton Wolf.  He understands that 21st century conservatives need to give voice to our Founding values in the halls of Congress, and on Main Street. His principled voice on current issues pending before Congress has already empowered Kansans by forcing Senator Roberts to change his voting habits.   Milton will continue to fight for us every day of every year he is in office, which, as promised, will be no longer than two terms. In particular, he will be one of the U.S. Senate’s loudest voices against Obamacare.”

The official endorsement can be viewed here.  Our full report on Pat Robert’s record of supporting big government can be viewed at RetireRoberts.com

The Madison Project supports and raises money for conservative candidates that have demonstrated a commitment to full-spectrum conservatism. The Madison Project website can be found athttp://madisonproject.com/

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Milton Wolf for U.S. Senate in Kansas

Thursday, December 19th, 2013 and is filed under Blog, Elections

Americans in the heartland are starving for leadership in Washington.  While they wait, President Obama and the Democrats are fundamentally transforming our Republic. Americans are desperately longing for passionate and spirited candidates to fight for conservative principles.  They are looking for candidates who say exactly what We the People are thinking. They want bold, but articulate leaders.  One of the best candidates to fill this vacuum is Dr. Milton Wolf running for U.S. Senate in Kansas.

Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) has represented Kansas in the House and Senate for 33 years.  Including his time as a congressional staffer, he has been in Washington since 1967.  He has been a loyal public servant.  But over the past few decades, he has unfortunately become the quintessential career politician, failing to thwart the unprecedented growth of government when it really counted.  No degree of election-year foxhole conversions to voting conservative can compensate for the vacuum of a principled voice that has been missing in the U.S. Senate.

To rebuild the Senate majority with a new cadre of limited government, free-market, constitutional conservatives, we cannot reelect those who helped lose the majority during the Bush years through inconsistent principles.  Roberts voted to keep the “Bridge to Nowhere” in 2006.  He repeatedly opposed the earmark bans, even as many Republicans started realizing the harmful effects of earmarks.  He supported No Child Left Behind, Medicare expansion, and the bailouts of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.  He has consistently voted against efforts to downsize the federal government and devolve power to the states.

Even more important than conservative votes, is a voice for Kansas’s conservative values.  When Roberts’s voice was needed most, he was actually giving it to the other side.  In 2009, President Obama nominated Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius to be Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  It was clear early on that Obama’s biggest priority was to take over the healthcare sector.  As a home state senator and as a Kansan, Roberts had the opportunity to explain to the nation how he saw first-hand her radical views on healthcare and her support for partial birth abortion.  Yet, not only did he vote for her, he gave her the home state endorsement and publicly foisted upon us the worst Secretary of HHS in American history.

Nobody can claim to be pro-life and sincerely opposed to Obamacare and at the same time support Kathleen Sebelius.

Even as Milton Wolf began considering a run for U.S. Senate, he was already a strong voice for Kansas.  At the beginning of Obama’s presidency, Senator Roberts continued his old ways of go-along-to-get-along.  He helped undermine our leverage points against Obama’s spending binge and Obamacare by voting to increase the debt ceiling and funding Obamacare in the budget.  He voted for the $620 billion tax increases/$330 billion spending bill that Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) negotiated.  But much like Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) did during his primary, Roberts lurched all the way to the right once Milton considered a Senate run.

Roberts began to vote against the debt ceiling and budget deals.  He signed onto the Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) letter committing to defund Obamacare.  He even broke from his tradition as a stealth senator to join Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on the U.S. Senate floor during his historic filibuster against Obamacare.  After Milton Wolf called on him to give voice to Kansas against the egregious Ryan-Murray budget deal, he immediately announced his opposition.

He has moved so far to the right that some are even scoffing upon the effort to replace him.

However, conservatives are looking for a strong voice for all six years of a senator’s term, not just a pandering vote close to election time.

More importantly, even the foxhole conversion is a result of Milton’s bold and articulate voice in Kansas as a primary challenger.  Just weeks before he signed the Mike Lee letter, Roberts expressed his skepticism of the strategy at a tele-townhall.  He noted that “it’s a lot harder than it used to be but, my hand is still out there stretched out across the aisle.”  At the same event on July 29, Roberts referred to the Fair Tax as a “scheme.”  After Milton announced his candidacy, Roberts became a supporter. Most interesting, Roberts has called for Sebelius to resign. This is an unambiguous admission that his 2013 voting record is a form of pandering, not principled leadership.

Milton Wolf will provide the bold leadership we are all starving for.  Far from being a career politician, Milton, who was born and raised in Lyons, Kansas, has spent his career trying to save cancer patients working as a diagnostic radiologist.  Milton is continuing his full-time work in the hospital even as he campaigns statewide for Senate.

Dr. Wolf also happens to be Obama’s second cousin, and following the passage of Obamacare, Milton decided to speak out as a doctor, relative, conservative, and Kansan.  He began speaking at Tea Parties and writing regular columns for national publications. He has a wealth of writings on an extensive list of policy issues, articulating conservatism from a position of strength.  He is 100% with the conservative grassroots on every issue.  Milton is also one of the most articulate and passionate candidates we have ever met.

After coming out publicly as Obama’s cousin, Milton was audited twice by the IRS.  The White House also called his editor to try to get him fired.

Headed into the next few years, defeating Obamacare will be the most important goal.  Who should lead the fight?  A career politician who couldn’t even stand up to the architect of Obamacare or a doctor who is willing to stand up to his own family?

Dr. Wolf will work every day of his six-year term to give voice and fight for us just like Ted Cruz.  He is the true embodiment of the 21st century conservative we so badly need.  We are honored to put our full support behind him in the August 5th primary.

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2014: The Year of the Primaries

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013 and is filed under Blog, Elections

Next year Republican primary voters will have an unprecedented number of choices for whom to nominate to the United States Senate.  There have never been so many primary challenges against such high-level and long-serving members of the Senate.

There are now primary challenges in Kentucky, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, South Carolina, Kansas, and Wyoming.  The challengers vary in degrees of viability, competence, and skill.  Not all of them have been endorsed by conservative groups; not all of them necessarily will receive endorsements.  But all of these states are represented by entrenched ruling class Republicans of yesteryear.  They are also all states Mitt Romney carried by a comfortable margin.

As such, irrespective of the details of each individual challenge and challenger, conservatives should celebrate the growth in election competition in itself.  At the core of our free market belief is that choice and competition perfects the outcome of any product or service.  Politicians are no different.

Senators are elected for six-year terms, not lifetime appointments.  Every six years they need to stand before their constituents and vouch for their record while explaining why they would be the best choice for a new six-year term.  When there is no competition in primaries, they feel no need to improve or consider the concerns of their conservative constituents.  Primaries offer alternative candidates, and often, better choices for the future.  Again, this is something we should celebrate, especially in conservative states.

Some media figures and disgruntled Republicans are perplexed at the extent of the primary challenges this year.  Many of the apologists for the banal incumbents point to legislative scorecards to express confusion over why their candidates are insufficiently conservative.  After all, they contend, these senators don’t seem to fit the mold of the typical beleaguered moderate-liberal incumbent like Arlen Specter.

Here are some points we must all consider when examining the upcoming primaries, especially in the context of the current crop of GOP senators:

  • The Hatch Effect: As Erick Erickson noted a few months ago, Orrin Hatch started a new trend among the ruling class members.  Recognizing the mistake of moderates like Bob Bennett and Dick Lugar, Hatch ran all the way to the right when he began to sense a credible primary threat.  Last year, he voted 100% with Mike Lee.  This year he has voted for amnesty, ENDA, funding Obamacare, debt ceiling increases, the Biden-McConnell tax increases, and many of Obama’s liberal judges and executive appointees.

The sad reality is that it worked for him, and now Senators McConnell, Cornyn, and Roberts are trying to replicate the Hatch Effect.  They figured out how to pick the lock.  Move all the way to the right as soon as a primary challenge emerges and completely muddle the need for an alternative.  Then they can point to a scorecard showing them voting the right way that year.

  • Rebuilding the Majority with a Rotten Foundation: Piggybacking off the last point, do we really want to trust the primary-year foxhole conversions?  Remember these are the same old bulls who nearly destroyed the party during the Bush years until the Tea Party saved the GOP.  They were headed to a third wave election of defeat before conservatives united the party behind a message of free markets and anti-bailouts, eschewing years’ worth of bad messaging of the party by some of these same members.  Do we want to rebuild the majority with these same members?
  • The Paradox of Congressional Disapproval: All political factions agree that Congress is corrupt, Washington is broken, and members have a lower approval rating than used car salesmen.  Yet it is only the Tea Party that is actually willing to do something about it.  It’s amazing how everyone agrees that Congress is hated, but whenever we promote a challenge to a sitting member, the media looks at us like we are from Mars.  They make fun out of our citizen legislator style candidates.  Well, how are we going to change Washington if we continue to rubber-stamp another 6 years for every incumbent if they are not made to fear competition?
  • A Voice, not Just a Pandering Vote: Even the foxhole conversion into voting conservative is incomplete and inadequate.  We need elected Republicans who will give voice to conservatives and fight back against the left, not those who will surrender the war but make sure to cast a conservative vote in order to protect themselves back home.

Yes, John Cornyn voted against the amnesty bill on the final vote.  But he voted for it in committee, and after conservatives almost killed it on the floor, he revived it with his phony amendment, which gave rise to the contours of the final deal.  Obviously, given that he was personally on the fence with this issue, he certainly did not whip up opposition to the bill.  Ditto for Mitch McConnell.

Moreover, no scorecard could ever encapsulate the degree of damage they did when they gave Harry Reid 60 votes to fund Obamacare, and publicly stood with Democrats against conservatives to sabotage the only legitimate fight against Obamacare.

Similarly, it is nice to see Pat Roberts support the defund effort once he got a primary challenger (after opposing it a few weeks prior during a townhall event).  It is also nice to see him call for Kathleen Sebelius to resign.  However, he was the individual who foisted her upon the country when he gave the home-state endorsement in 2009.  We need articulate voices who will fight battles, not those who will ensure we lose the battles, albeit without their personal fingerprints on the concession during primary elections.

It’s important to remember that some of these incumbents are not liberals, or even moderates.  But they are not conservatives either.  They are ruling class of special interest career politicians who pursue personal power as an ends to itself.  When it suits their need to cast some conservative votes, they will do so.  But when they need to placate the special interests, they will jump in head first.  They certainly will never put their careers on the line to fight for us.

When Republicans win back all branches of government and revert to their natural tendencies, just remember that you had a number of choices when it really mattered.

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