Jerry Moran, Republican Senator of Kansas, has managed to assemble the human equivalent of Mitt Romney’s Project ORCA. The National Republican Senatorial Committee is, for all intents and purposes, a beached whale waiting to explode and hurl its detritus all over America. I just did not think Moran and his team at the NRSC could be more stupid than they have already proven themselves. But, in fact, they have outdone themselves and today prove themselves the stupidest political organization in America, surpassing even Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Mitch McConnell should be so proud of Josh Holmes, who he has helping Moran at the NRSC. The latest case in point is perhaps the most eye rolling of all.
Moran’s morons have pitched a story to the national press that they are saving Pat Roberts’ campaign in Kansas. According to Moran’s morons, as dutifully reported by David Drucker in the Washington Examiner,
When Roberts’ new team took over his foundering campaign three weeks ago, they discovered an operation that hadn’t ordered any yard signs and a headquarters that didn’t have a computer printer or its own Internet service. Those problems were quickly rectified, and now Roberts is working closely with the Kansas GOP to build a ground game and integrate it with that of Gov. Sam Brownback, who also is in a dogfight but was more prepared.
Got that? The Roberts’ campaign office three weeks ago had no printer. It had no internet connection. Three weeks ago is the key time frame. Got that?
The NRSC sent six workers to the Kansas City area for the final 10 days, and they knocked on more than 10,000 doors in Johnson County alone, a party official said. A Washington phone bank set up by the NRSC also made more than 40,000 phone calls in the final three weeks.
Are we really, really, really to believe that the NRSC showed up on the ground in Kansas ten days before the primary and never realized Pat Roberts’s campaign had no printer, no internet connection, and no pulse? We are really to believe they only found that out three weeks ago?
Really? The Politico story also notes this:
Largely overlooked in the race was the fact that the National Republican Senatorial …read more