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(Huffington Post)   Yes, it's primary day again, folks. So let's sit back and watch the crazy fight the establishment with these seven races we should watch. This is the only time we'll ever give a damn about Tennessee or Kansas   (huffingtonpost.com ) divider line
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2014-08-05 04:19:07 PM  
Of course the real fun doesn't start until after the crazy loses.

a.abcnews.com
 
2014-08-05 05:06:03 PM  
TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

tndp.org

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.
 
2014-08-05 05:33:14 PM  

Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.


Christ. The only moral abortion is the one his mom chose not to have.
 
2014-08-05 05:34:00 PM  
August seems a bit late for primaries.
 
2014-08-05 05:37:20 PM  

Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.


Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?
 
2014-08-05 05:39:04 PM  
Come on Kansas, don't let us down! Elect more crazy!
 
2014-08-05 05:40:15 PM  

meat0918: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?


Plus a little Sanford-esque "sanctity of marriage for thee, but not for me".
 
2014-08-05 05:42:07 PM  

meat0918: WTF Tennessee?

WTF?


You answered your own question.
 
2014-08-05 05:42:29 PM  

meat0918: Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate? And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter???? WTF Tennessee?


There have been several threads about Uncle Fester. This is just the most recent one I could find.
 
2014-08-05 05:42:57 PM  

meat0918: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?


He's not against abortion, he's just in favor of the same rape wand legislation that's being passed all over the place.

His version is slightly stricter, though. It has to be his rape wand.
 
2014-08-05 05:43:08 PM  
Reading that list it appears that this primary season is like an 11th season reboot of a TV show we'd call  "battle of the objectively terrible people," and being that we're in the 11th season we have to really shake it up by making at least half of them not only awful people but legitimately dangerous.
 
2014-08-05 05:44:20 PM  

OddLlama: Come on Kansas, don't let us down! Elect more crazy!


I'm going to vote for Wolfbama tonight. Not because I want him to win, but because I think there's a very slim chance he would say something insane and open the door for the Democratic candidate to win for the first time since the Great Depression.
 
2014-08-05 05:46:34 PM  

TheSopwithTurtle: meat0918: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?

He's not against abortion, he's just in favor of the same rape wand legislation that's being passed all over the place.

His version is slightly stricter, though. It has to be his rape wand.


I remember this douchebag from The Colbert Report in 2012. He had an affair, and when he learned she was pregnant, demanded that she get an abortion after having built a reputation as being staunchly "pro-life". And to top it all off, he'd recorded the conversation for his wife, thinking it'd help save their marriage.

So, needless to say, I really don't give a shiat about him.
 
2014-08-05 05:51:11 PM  

Serious Black: I'm going to vote for Wolfbama tonight


Wow. A hybrid of Wolf Blitzer and Barack Obama?

That might be unstoppable,
 
2014-08-05 06:00:44 PM  

Somacandra: Serious Black: I'm going to vote for Wolfbama tonight

Wow. A hybrid of Wolf Blitzer and Barack Obama?

That might be unstoppable,


All the empty suit of Obama and the empty head of Wolf Blitzer.
 
2014-08-05 06:12:47 PM  

Serious Black: OddLlama: Come on Kansas, don't let us down! Elect more crazy!

I'm going to vote for Wolfbama tonight. Not because I want him to win, but because I think there's a very slim chance he would say something insane and open the door for the Democratic candidate to win for the first time since the Great Depression.


You guys are aware that Kathleen Sebelius was Governor of Kansas before she went to work for O'Bama?

/ there's some real winners running this primary; every single one is against that got dang O'Bama
 
2014-08-05 06:17:08 PM  

Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.


I thought the body comes with a way to shut it all down and prevent pregnancy...
 
2014-08-05 06:29:16 PM  

Paris1127: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

I thought the body comes with a way to shut it all down and prevent pregnancy...


www.mindhuestudio.com
 
2014-08-05 06:30:37 PM  
Crazy?  Idaho's goobernor primary was crazy.  This is just a bunch of nutjobs
 
2014-08-05 06:53:20 PM  

iheartscotch: Serious Black: OddLlama: Come on Kansas, don't let us down! Elect more crazy!

I'm going to vote for Wolfbama tonight. Not because I want him to win, but because I think there's a very slim chance he would say something insane and open the door for the Democratic candidate to win for the first time since the Great Depression.

You guys are aware that Kathleen Sebelius was Governor of Kansas before she went to work for O'Bama?

/ there's some real winners running this primary; every single one is against that got dang O'Bama


Yes, I know Sebelius was Governor. I specifically was talking about the Senate.
 
2014-08-05 07:00:01 PM  
I've been loving all the ads about how librul Lamar Alexander is. Like he's on the wall of the Kremlin next to Marx and Engels. Never change Tennessee. Never change.
 
2014-08-05 07:03:51 PM  

meat0918: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?


welcome to my world...

Victoria Jackson is the norm here
 
2014-08-05 07:07:03 PM  
The election here was boring today. Our congressman, James "Baghdad Jim" McDermott had four opponents from various parties - we have a top-two, open primary here, so it's not clear which opponent will advance to the general election and claim his or her 25% of the vote to McDermott's 75%. There were also three state legislative primaries on my ballot, all of which were completely pointless because (a) in each case there were two candidates running so both will advance to the general automatically, and (b) in each case the pair of candidates consisted of the Democratic incumbent and the Republican or Libertarian sacrificial lamb, who will go down to ignoble defeat in the general.

The only interesting thing on my ballot was a city referendum to create a park district. It's been quite controversial.
 
2014-08-05 07:11:56 PM  

BMulligan: The only interesting thing on my ballot was a city referendum to create a park district. It's been quite controversial.


I KNOW!!! I had a lady come to my door to speak out against it.  I voted against it.  What did you think about it?
 
2014-08-05 07:19:59 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: BMulligan: The only interesting thing on my ballot was a city referendum to create a park district. It's been quite controversial.

I KNOW!!! I had a lady come to my door to speak out against it.  I voted against it.  What did you think about it?


They told my wife that her job might hang in the balance, so I was inclined to support it from the beginning. Being an open-minded sort, however, I did research the matter a bit. It seems that the opponents are mostly concerned that the creation of a park district would remove authority over year-to-year park expenditures from the direct control of the voters and put it instead in the hands of a representative board (not elected, but appointed by elected city council members). Anything which impedes the voters' ability to micromanage the budget seems to me more a feature than a bug, so I didn't find those arguments terribly persuasive. I voted yes.
 
2014-08-05 07:21:32 PM  
I voted in Missouri today. But the only really contentious primary here is a Democratic primary battle over St. Louis County Executive, which has had weeks of vicious TV ads going after the long term incumbent.
 
2014-08-05 07:33:29 PM  
I proudly voted against Brownback and Kobach today (even though I know Brownback will win and am not entirely certain his opponent wouldn't be worse).  I also didn't vote for my local representative, who was running unopposed.

Unfortunately my only House choices were the guy who says he voted 30 times to repeal Obamacare and his opponent, who criticized him for voting six times to "fund Obamacare."  A couple of real winners, there.
 
2014-08-05 07:33:51 PM  
I'm really looking forward to the MA primary day. We have a bunch of heated races going. Democratic Gubernatorial primary, AG, Treasurer and the MA-6th are all gonna be political slugfests.
 
2014-08-05 07:35:12 PM  

BMulligan: Anything which impedes the voters' ability to micromanage the budget seems to me more a feature than a bug, so I didn't find those arguments terribly persuasive. I voted yes.


Ha.  Maybe I should have looked at it more closely.  Oh well.  FYI-  I did write you in for Prosecuting Attorney.
 
2014-08-05 07:51:54 PM  

Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.


Ok I think he is a good candidate for little face.  Someone please little face this guy.

img.fark.net
 
kth
2014-08-05 07:52:38 PM  

rugman11: I proudly voted against Brownback and Kobach today (even though I know Brownback will win and am not entirely certain his opponent wouldn't be worse).  I also didn't vote for my local representative, who was running unopposed.

Unfortunately my only House choices were the guy who says he voted 30 times to repeal Obamacare and his opponent, who criticized him for voting six times to "fund Obamacare."  A couple of real winners, there.


Missouri is open primary, so we considered voting for the least crazy of the republicans. But we gave up after the US house race between the incumbent birther and challenger who wants to close all the National Parks.  I voted in the democratic primary, even though none of my races were contested. We had some amendment proposals to vote on so my five minutes wasn't totally wasted.

Kansas truly had some terrible choices. When Pat Roberts is the least objectionable person in a group, you know it's a terrible group. Wolf is too far right even for the Koch brothers, Pompeo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, and Tiarht once attacked an opponent for (1) being on the appointment list for indigent defendants, and (2) being an immigration attorney. So no right to an attorney or legal immigration.
 
2014-08-05 07:56:22 PM  
Nothing at all on the ballot here.  I feel left out.
 
2014-08-05 08:04:44 PM  

kth: rugman11: I proudly voted against Brownback and Kobach today (even though I know Brownback will win and am not entirely certain his opponent wouldn't be worse).  I also didn't vote for my local representative, who was running unopposed.

Unfortunately my only House choices were the guy who says he voted 30 times to repeal Obamacare and his opponent, who criticized him for voting six times to "fund Obamacare."  A couple of real winners, there.

Missouri is open primary, so we considered voting for the least crazy of the republicans. But we gave up after the US house race between the incumbent birther and challenger who wants to close all the National Parks.  I voted in the democratic primary, even though none of my races were contested. We had some amendment proposals to vote on so my five minutes wasn't totally wasted.

Kansas truly had some terrible choices. When Pat Roberts is the least objectionable person in a group, you know it's a terrible group. Wolf is too far right even for the Koch brothers, Pompeo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, and Tiarht once attacked an opponent for (1) being on the appointment list for indigent defendants, and (2) being an immigration attorney. So no right to an attorney or legal immigration.


The Pompeo/Tiahrt race has just been infuriating.  It's one of the nastiest campaigns I've ever seen run and I have no real idea why - they're basically the exact same guy.  The key disagreement in the entire race is who hates Obamacare more.

There are no meaningful differences between the two and yet they're tearing each other apart.
 
2014-08-05 08:12:00 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: BMulligan: Anything which impedes the voters' ability to micromanage the budget seems to me more a feature than a bug, so I didn't find those arguments terribly persuasive. I voted yes.

Ha.  Maybe I should have looked at it more closely.  Oh well.  FYI-  I did write you in for Prosecuting Attorney.


I'm flattered! I wrote in an old friend of mine, one of the most abrasive and profane criminal defense lawyers I know, hated by every judge and prosecutor in the state of Washington. The man's a prince.
 
2014-08-05 09:15:41 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: Crazy?  Idaho's goobernor primary was crazy.  This is just a bunch of nutjobs


Why oh why do the masses have minds of mush?
 
2014-08-05 09:27:31 PM  

Richard Freckle: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Ok I think he is a good candidate for little face.  Someone please little face this guy.

[img.fark.net image 261x193]


But then he would be skinny head's evil twin, albeit with a lot more ill-gotten gains.
 
2014-08-05 09:53:48 PM  
Everyone on the Dem side of my ticket was running unopposed, so I picked up the Republican ticket just so I could vote for Crazy ("I'm leading the lawsuit against the President for doing his job!") instead of Insane ("Let's abolish the FDA, EPA, IRS, Federal Reserve, and minimum wage!").  Crazy will be harder for the Dem candidate to beat (especially since he's the incumbent), but I don't want to even give Insane the chance.
 
2014-08-05 10:20:43 PM  

Gway: Smeggy Smurf: Crazy?  Idaho's goobernor primary was crazy.  This is just a bunch of nutjobs

Why oh why do the masses have minds of mush?


The better to feast upon.  You are down with the braineaters aren't you?
 
2014-08-05 10:40:41 PM  

meat0918: Diogenes: TENNESSEE-4: Don't count out Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.). The anti-abortion rights physician is known for having encouraged an ex-wife to have two abortions, for pressuring a patient he had an extramarital affair with to undergo the procedure and for being fined by the state's medical authorities for having affairs with patients.

[tndp.org image 559x421]

If Uncle Fester here knocked me up I'd willingly go get both an abortion and a lobotomy.  No coercion would be necessary.

Wait? What?

Do we truly have an "Abortions for me but not for thee" candidate?

And not only does he actually has a shot, he is a current congress critter????

WTF Tennessee?

WTF?


I'm gonna go with "God forgave me."
 
2014-08-05 10:57:51 PM  
So Brownback is going to win the Kansas Republican Governor primary, as he was going to all along.  One political scientist, prior to the election, suggested that if Brownback's opponent, Jennifer Winn, who raised only $13,000 and didn't have much of a campaign, earned more than 25% of the vote, that it could show growing Republican resentment and spell trouble for Brownback in the general election.

With about 2/3 of precincts reporting, Winn looks like she's going to score 35-40% of the vote.  Brownback's response?

Brownback theorized that some voters don't think he's conservative enough. #ksleg #voteks #election2014

- Bryan Lowry (@BryanLowry3) August 6, 2014
 
2014-08-06 12:38:25 AM  
See that real ethical Tea Partier Dr. Milton Wolf who got his kicks from posting pictures of his patients who died of gunshot wounds on Facebook couldn't even convince the ultra conservative Kansas Republicans to vote for him over the incumbent Pat Roberts.  Guess all your visits to fellow tea partier Mark Levin's radio show complaining about Roberts allegedly residing in Alexandria, VA rather than Kansas didn't do much good for the fine Doctor.  Go back to laughing about your dead patients' gun shot wounds if they let you continue to practice in Kansas.
 
2014-08-06 01:44:50 AM  

rugman11: kth: rugman11: I proudly voted against Brownback and Kobach today (even though I know Brownback will win and am not entirely certain his opponent wouldn't be worse).  I also didn't vote for my local representative, who was running unopposed.

Unfortunately my only House choices were the guy who says he voted 30 times to repeal Obamacare and his opponent, who criticized him for voting six times to "fund Obamacare."  A couple of real winners, there.

Missouri is open primary, so we considered voting for the least crazy of the republicans. But we gave up after the US house race between the incumbent birther and challenger who wants to close all the National Parks.  I voted in the democratic primary, even though none of my races were contested. We had some amendment proposals to vote on so my five minutes wasn't totally wasted.

Kansas truly had some terrible choices. When Pat Roberts is the least objectionable person in a group, you know it's a terrible group. Wolf is too far right even for the Koch brothers, Pompeo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, and Tiarht once attacked an opponent for (1) being on the appointment list for indigent defendants, and (2) being an immigration attorney. So no right to an attorney or legal immigration.

The Pompeo/Tiahrt race has just been infuriating.  It's one of the nastiest campaigns I've ever seen run and I have no real idea why - they're basically the exact same guy.  The key disagreement in the entire race is who hates Obamacare more.

There are no meaningful differences between the two and yet they're tearing each other apart.


You actually think they're running to carry out policy?
 
2014-08-06 02:33:23 AM  
If you ever wanted to serve jury duty don't forget to vote in your primaries.  It's mostly old farts and your local courts know that.
 
2014-08-06 06:36:27 AM  
Tennessee has an interesting ballot this year.  First off, in the Republican primary Lamar Alexander will win hands down.  Of course, he should just go be a professional piano player. He is truly good at it. Senator? Not so much. If the Teahadist Nutjob won, his victory would make things truly insane.

Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey has initiated a recall initiative aimed at getting rid of three Tennessee Supreme Court justices.  He claims that they are soft on crime.  Facts show that they are not. Pretty much everybody has come out in support of the Justices' retentions and Ramsey has expended all of his political capital.
This is a ploy to cement Republican (read Ramsey) control over the judiciary.

http://www.tennessean.com/story/opinion/columnists/frank-daniels/201 4/ 08/03/judicial-races-ron-ramseys-control/13518537/
 
2014-08-06 08:42:18 AM  
Please nominate Victoria Jackson, for your local comedians' sake.
 
2014-08-06 09:25:43 AM  
In TN-3, Weston "manchild" Wamp is challenging a Teahadist Chuck " The Thumb" Fleishman. He's actually promising to be a moderate.
 
2014-08-06 09:56:16 AM  
Gotta love our Senator not actually living here.

Great work derps!
 
2014-08-06 11:17:24 AM  

LockeOak: rugman11: kth: rugman11: I proudly voted against Brownback and Kobach today (even though I know Brownback will win and am not entirely certain his opponent wouldn't be worse).  I also didn't vote for my local representative, who was running unopposed.

Unfortunately my only House choices were the guy who says he voted 30 times to repeal Obamacare and his opponent, who criticized him for voting six times to "fund Obamacare."  A couple of real winners, there.

Missouri is open primary, so we considered voting for the least crazy of the republicans. But we gave up after the US house race between the incumbent birther and challenger who wants to close all the National Parks.  I voted in the democratic primary, even though none of my races were contested. We had some amendment proposals to vote on so my five minutes wasn't totally wasted.

Kansas truly had some terrible choices. When Pat Roberts is the least objectionable person in a group, you know it's a terrible group. Wolf is too far right even for the Koch brothers, Pompeo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, and Tiarht once attacked an opponent for (1) being on the appointment list for indigent defendants, and (2) being an immigration attorney. So no right to an attorney or legal immigration.

The Pompeo/Tiahrt race has just been infuriating.  It's one of the nastiest campaigns I've ever seen run and I have no real idea why - they're basically the exact same guy.  The key disagreement in the entire race is who hates Obamacare more.

There are no meaningful differences between the two and yet they're tearing each other apart.

You actually think they're running to carry out policy?


I guess not. And according to the local paper, that's exactly why the challenger lost badly.

"And what can be said about Tiahrt? He was so well-liked during his productive 16 years in Congress that the contest should have been closer. But voters couldn't make sense of Tiahrt's motives for running again or misleading criticisms of Pompeo."
 
2014-08-06 12:58:46 PM  

lawsucks: First off, in the Republican primary Lamar Alexander will win hands down.


Probably...but a good friend of mine is running against him.
/Donate folks! Terry is a good guy!
 
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