Another Flat Earther Quits the Race For GOP Nomination

Posted on 10/20/2007. Filed under: 2008 elections, Brownback, Presidential elections, republican |

Brownback’s yellow brick road fell short of the White House and the World breathes a sigh of relief. One less Bigoted Jerk in the race but there are still plenty of Bigots running in the GOP Primary. Well, click your heels Dorothy you ain’t going to DC and hopefully the good people of Kansas will make sure you never get into the Governor’s Mansion in 2010. The only way a governor’s mansion would look good would be on top of you as your ruby slippers fell off your cloven hooves.

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Kansas’ Brownback bows out of ’08 race

GOP candidate: My yellow-brick road came just short of the White House

TOPEKA, Kan. – Republican Sen. Sam Brownback abandoned his 2008 presidential bid Friday, his White House aspirations dashed by a lack of support and money.

Said the Kansas senator: “My yellow brick road came just short of the White House this time.”

The conservative managed to gain the support of only 1 percent of Republicans in this month’s Associated Press-Ipsos poll after peaking at 3 percent in June. Fundraising reports this week showed that his campaign was struggling financially, with $94,000 available to spend.

Brownback is expected to run for Kansas governor in 2010 when his second term expires. He has said he won’t run for the Senate again.

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Good riddance. One less to worry about.

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