Senator Roberts and Senator Moran, I am a lifelong Kansas resident. I used to be a Republican. Please do your duty, and vote to hear witnesses and get additional documents in the impeachment trial.
Trump has infected Congress as well.
Republican Sen. Pat Roberts began his statements at Steve Mnuchin's confirmation hearing by making fun of Sen. Wyden and asked him if he wanted a valium pill, which was not taken kindly by Sen. Sherrod Brown
Asked by the moderator at the closing of last night's U.S. Senate Debate in Kansas to say something nice about their opponent here is how each man replied. One generous, the other petty and mean-spirited. GREG ORMAN (Ind) - "Every time I've had an opportunity to talk privately with the senator, he's been a gentleman with a great sense of humor." SEN. PAT ROBERTS (R) - "I would say that you are a very well-dressed opponent. I admire your accumulation of wealth. I have a little question about how you got there from here, but that's the American dream."
Senator Pat Roberts proves what I've said all along: Congress failed, not Obama.
More bad news for the Republicans' hopes of taking the Senate.
MSNBC, The Rachel Maddow Show, Sept. 16, 2014. Rachel Maddow discusses the Kansas Supreme Court case to decide if Democratic candidate Chad Taylor can drop out of the Senate race, and whether independent candidate Greg Orman might beat incumbent Pat Roberts regardless of their decison with Kansas City Star reporter Dave Helling.
Bad news for Republicans and their chances of taking back the Senate.
If you are a big Democratic spender looking to make an impact, you won’t find a better place than Kansas.
TPM's Josh Marshall doesn't believe Chad Taylor being forced to remain on the ballot in the Kansas Senate race will matter much and explains why.
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