Blogs 4 Brownback

October 19, 2007

Sam Brownback: A Great Man

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Sam Brownback — Psycheout @ 12:34 pm

Falling AloneSam Brownback is holding a press conference this afternoon (3:45pm CST) in Topeka. I have a bad feeling about this, although there is no official confirmation that this will be about the end of a hopeful campaign. Perhaps it will be good news, perhaps bad, perhaps even the worst.

Even the far left-wing Nation is shedding a tear and expressing regret that the true principled conservative Republican is being forced out of the race, perhaps even through blackmail, by his RINO rivals. And I think they’re onto something.

Sam Brownback tried to be the Reagan conservative in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Unfortunately, he was a little too Reagan-like for George Bush’s GOP. A steady social conservative, “strong on defense,” “tough on spending,” he was right – way right — on the issues. And as a native Midwesterner who tended toward optimism, self-deprecating humor and flashes of humanity, he was in many senses the friendly face of contemporary conservatism.

The Nation seems to be taking note of the true humanity and humility of this great man, a little too late. The media has mercilessly painted Sam as a person he is not in an attempt to sabotage his campaign. Most of the time they kept the brushes in the paint box and didn’t bother to paint at all.

Too friendly. Instead of playing Idaho Senator Larry Craig’s bathroom bungle for points with the gay-bashing base, Brownback expressed concern for Craig and counseled giving the senator space to sort through some serious personal and emotional issues. Then Brownback proposed a Senate resolution apologizing for slavery and segregation. And when it came to the actual issues of the campaign, Brownback kept talking about how he would like to form right-left coalitions to address big challenges like extreme poverty in Africa.

More a man and less a politician. The media elites and GOP movers and shakers hate that. He’s dangerous to their vested self-interests. So Sam has been targeted for ridicule and crucifixion (see “Sen. Switchback,” a vile and inaccurate smear promoted by the angry and unhinged Michelle Malkin among others). Malkin is not part of my conservative Republican party.

The senator’s last major speech before ending his candidacy this week was an address at Boston University in which he embraced the goals of One: The Campaign to End Global Poverty. “Right now, we are witnessing humanitarian crises across the African continent: genocide in Darfur, violence in Northern Uganda, lack of access to basic health care, and a continent-wide AIDS epidemic that steals thousands of lives each month,” Senator Brownback said. “America is a great nation and we have a responsibility to continue to lead the fight to alleviate the unnecessary suffering of so many,” Brownback declared, with a rhetorical flourish that owed more to Reagan than Bush. “History will judge us harshly if we and other developed nations do not act quickly and compassionately to help the less fortunate.”

That kind of talk doesn’t play in George Bush’s GOP.

R.I.P.Expect to read a lot of braying by jackasses who care more about political power than political courage. These are the people to be wary of. The GOP will nominate a candidate who is indebted to the status quo and nothing will change. And they will happily stab you in the back. You can count on it.

Update: Regardless of what happens, support the write-in option, if you love America and want to renew the culture.

Update 2: GOP Won’t Choose Pro-Abortion Candidate, Brownback Says.

Update 3: Brownback: The GOP Nominee Will Not Be Giuliani.

Outside the Washington conference, Brownback spoke with reporters, including The L.A. Times’ Peter Wallsten. The senator offered a bold prediction: The Republican nominee, he said, will not be former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

When asked why, Brownback replied, “He’s not pro-life.”

Amen.

Update 4: It’s official, per Race 4 2008.

“I’m ending my candidacy for the 2008 Republican nomination for president,” said the Kansas senator. “My yellow-brick road came just short of the White House this time.”

It shall be a long weekend. All the best to Sam Brownback and his family. Visionaries are often overlooked in their own time. This certainly seems to be true of Senator Brownback. In the running of the RINOs he was trampled, and so was the conservative movement. The GOP is dying, like a rotting fish. Principled conservatives no need apply. They’ll take your votes but won’t uphold your values.

The B4B Team will continue to fight the fight for true conservative values. We will not let you down, even if you, like me, are disappointed now. There will always be an authentic conservative voice out there. Who knows if it will come from the GOP or not. Time will tell.

— Psycheout

48 Comments »

  1. Don’t you have anything better to do?

    Comment by Dr.Acula — October 19, 2007 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  2. Nice classy move there, using a 9/11 photo of someone falling from the tower…

    [Ed Note: It is a strong metaphor. America is falling. If Sam Brownback is forced out of the race, it will be the most tragic day for America since September the 11th.]

    Comment by yowzers — October 19, 2007 @ 1:06 pm | Reply

  3. “Nice classy move there, using a 9/11 photo of someone falling from the tower…”

    “[Ed Note: It is a strong metaphor. America is falling. If Sam Brownback is forced out of the race, it will be the most tragic day for America since September the 11th.]”

    Comment by yowzers — October 19, 2007 @ 1:06 pm

    I think that picture is highly offensive and it’s shameful to use it even as a metaphor. How would you jackasses like it if someone posted pictures of your dying wife, child, parent or other family member. You guys really suck for posting that.

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 19, 2007 @ 1:30 pm | Reply

  4. Senator Brownback would make a wonderful ambassador to the UN; he really has the heart of a true Catholic humanitarian, and I am proud to have been a blogger for Brownback. I met him in DC at the Blogs for Life Conference, and his compassion extends to the child with Down syndrome. He met my 5 year old with Down’s and mentioned her in his speech as he mentioned that they have a 80% abortion rate. Then he and Senator Kennedy, revived the “Prenatally and Postnatally Diagnosed Conditions Act” to give expectant parents full disclosure on the potential such children have for long, happy lives.
    I will continue to follow his career and expect great things from him in the future.

    [Ed Note: That was wonderful. Thanks for sharing it with us. The Senator is indeed a great man. If not the next President, he may well be the next Governor of Kansas.]

    Comment by Leticia — October 19, 2007 @ 1:31 pm | Reply

  5. Oh, and to compare Brownback leaving the race for president to the tragedy of 9/11 further proves my point that youj guys really do hate America. Unless you were there when it happened or your family member or friend died there, you no idea wtf you’re talking about.

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 19, 2007 @ 1:32 pm | Reply

  6. Found this site via a news alert that the Nintendo DS is a new tool for pedophiles…of course, and thanks for opening our eyes on that one. Meanwhile the “strong metaphor” is of the highest lack of tack and taste known. That was a human being who died that day, a living soul who had a life all his own, and you are shamelessly flaunting it on your backwater site to compare it to the dropping out of a lackluster candidate?! And then making the assertion that the downfall of this country is somehow linked to Sam Brownback leaving the race?!! The downfall of this country is found in the minds of those who don’t see the man going to his death, but as a poster for their supposed modern day Great American Hero bowing out. I shudder to think of the logic and choices made by those individuals who would find that argument making sense. I am sickened beyond my core to think of anyone who could compare that day to anything else….especially to the menial insignificant run of a candidate that no one will even remember or mention in the years to come. So let me be the first to say, so long and good riddance B4B , I know Jesus loves you, but I think you’re a dick.

    Comment by RHC — October 19, 2007 @ 1:59 pm | Reply

  7. Brownback is a lot more classy then many of the so-called ‘supporters’ on this blog.

    For example:

    In “Take Two”, Nov. 2006, http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200611/green-hillary
    author Joshua Green describes a Wednesday morning prayer group attended by Senators Clinton and Brownback:

    “[…] One spring Wednesday, a few months into the term, Senator Sam Brownback’s turn came to lead the group, and he rose intending to talk about a recent cancer scare. But as he stood before his colleagues Brownback spotted Clinton, and was overcome with the impulse to change the subject of his testimony. “I came here today prepared to share about this experience in my life that has caused great suffering, the result of which has deepened my faith,” Brownback said, according to someone who watched the scene unfold. “But I’m overcome now with only one thought.” He confessed to having hated Clinton and having said derogatory things about her. Through God, he now recognized his sin. Then he turned to her and asked, “Mrs. Clinton, will you forgive me?” Clinton replied that she would, and that she appreciated the apology. […]”

    Comment by D.W. — October 19, 2007 @ 2:04 pm | Reply

  8. Psycheout you dumb [foul word for ladies’ private parts]

    Comment by The Artist formerly known as Brandon Explosion — October 19, 2007 @ 2:05 pm | Reply

  9. You are a darn idiot.

    Comment by The Artist formerly known as Brandon Explosion — October 19, 2007 @ 2:06 pm | Reply

  10. Found this site via a news alert that the Nintendo DS is a new tool for pedophiles… So Brownbacks buddy Mark Foley has another way to contact his potential molestations.

    Thank You Jesus for knocking Brownback out of the race. These a-holes who post an image of someones family member who is falling to their death is as low life as it gets.

    Now if the Browncrap supporters show some spine and support Ron Paul then maybe there is still hope for America.

    [Ed Note: I highly doubt that. Brownbackers aren’t cut and runners like Paul. Go back to Stormfront.]

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 19, 2007 @ 3:42 pm | Reply

  11. I m so glad brownback is out of the race. I really didn’t dislike him until I read this blog. The bloggers here are so ignorant and full of hate that I was really really repulsed.

    GOOD RIDDANCE!

    BROWNBACK and I HOPE THIS BLOG SUFFERS!

    Jesus was about love, this site is hate.

    Comment by Joe — October 19, 2007 @ 3:48 pm | Reply

  12. […] It’s official. […]

    Pingback by Blasphemous Rumors « Blogs 4 Conservatives — October 19, 2007 @ 3:52 pm | Reply

  13. [Ed Note: I highly doubt that. Brownbackers aren’t cut and runners like Paul. Go back to Stormfront.]

    Still going along with that false statement huh. You are obviously spineless and will continue to vote for corporate war supporters.

    Funny thing is Ru Paul has never been behind Brownstain in the polls.

    Oh, and Stormfront does’nt endorse Ron Paul. They endorse Thompson, Buttcrack and Huckabee.

    [Ed Note: Go back to Stormfront.]

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 19, 2007 @ 4:01 pm | Reply

  14. “I m so glad brownback is out of the race. I really didn’t dislike him until I read this blog. The bloggers here are so ignorant and full of hate that I was really really repulsed.

    GOOD RIDDANCE!

    BROWNBACK and I HOPE THIS BLOG SUFFERS!

    Jesus was about love, this site is hate.”

    Comment by Joe — October 19, 2007 @ 3:48 pm

    The same hateful people also support Fred Thompson, Mike Huckabee, Rudy Gulianni and McCain.

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 19, 2007 @ 4:04 pm | Reply

  15. “Jesus was about love, this site is hate.”

    True, except that this site is a parody.

    “…Stormfront does’nt endorse Ron Paul”

    Stormfront does indeed endorse Ron Paul. It’s pretty obvious from the huge “Ron Paul for President” banner on every page.

    Anyway, Colbert ’08!

    Comment by Linus — October 19, 2007 @ 4:24 pm | Reply

  16. You will all see, when Jesus elevates Sam Bownback to the presidency by moving America to a surprise write in campaign all you moonbats and treefrogs will regent your harsh words. Yes Jesus is about love and when it comes to love Senator Brownback is full of it like any Christian should. That why Sam should be president; only a compassionate Christian who values all life can lead America to annihilate Iran and win the War on Terror!

    You will all see, when Jesus elevates Sam Bownback to the presidency by moving America to a surprise write in campaign all you moonbats and treefrogs will regent your harsh words. Yes Jesus is about love and when it comes to love Senator Brownback is full of it, like any Christian should be. That is why Sam should be president; only a compassionate Christian who values all life can lead America on a war of annihilate against Iran and win the War of Terror.

    The 9/11 photo is very appropriate. It reminds us what is at stake if when don’t get a good leader in the Presidency. Do you all want another Bill Clinton who will just coddle the terrorist while playing hanky panky in the Whitehouse? If you haven’t forgotten his wife is running for President with the declared goal of forcing health care on to each and every one of us.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 19, 2007 @ 4:27 pm | Reply

  17. I don´t want to tell you, but….
    Didn´t we say it to you from beginning on?

    Comment by PG — October 19, 2007 @ 4:51 pm | Reply

  18. What do you think of polls now? They must have had some truth in them.

    Comment by J. — October 19, 2007 @ 4:59 pm | Reply

  19. it is people like you who are bad for this country. this country needs to move forward, not backwards.

    Comment by john — October 19, 2007 @ 5:32 pm | Reply

  20. Yeah, he came up juuuust a little short (holds his fingers this far apart; wait, it’s not possible for him to hold them that far apart, at least not without surgery).

    Comment by MikeM — October 19, 2007 @ 5:42 pm | Reply

  21. I now must support Stephen Colbert for president. If he’s half the man he says he is, he’s twice as capable as he needs to be.

    Colbert-Colbert, 2008.

    Comment by MikeM — October 19, 2007 @ 5:49 pm | Reply

  22. So, are you guys going to endorse a different candidate?

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 19, 2007 @ 5:57 pm | Reply

  23. B4B would never endorse another candidate, as far as I am concerned. Besides, there doesn’t seem to be any rational choices available. If the choices on the menu are a nice juicy steak and various breeds of dead dogs and the steak is taken off the menu, I’m not going with a dead dog, no matter how it is dressed up.

    Comment by Psycheout — October 19, 2007 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  24. OK, fair enough, but I assume that most of you will vote next November, so I guess I’m wondering who would be the least bad choice. Huckabee?

    Or are you saying that you’ll stay home?

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 19, 2007 @ 6:20 pm | Reply

  25. “…a compassionate Christian who values all life…”

    Yes, actually, Sen. Brownback does apparently value all life, and therefore would probably be the neat-antithesis of the man this blog makes him out to be.

    Comment by Linus — October 19, 2007 @ 6:23 pm | Reply

  26. Brownback in 2012!

    Comment by Helen Bock — October 19, 2007 @ 7:24 pm | Reply

  27. Parody or serious, using that photo is a mistake. You would be better off using something else — anything else. Here are some muchbetter choices.

    Comment by Doodle Bean — October 19, 2007 @ 7:35 pm | Reply

  28. Time to vote for Michael Peroutka again.

    Brownback may not realize that Hillary is a direct child of Satan. The Methodist religion is full of blasphemy (only Pre-Copernicus Catholicism and Calvinism are True), and her refusal to punish her sinning husband only confirms my hatred of her.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 19, 2007 @ 7:56 pm | Reply

  29. I know that it’s weird for me to post here again; you don’t even have to read this if you don’t want to. And I also realize that you could point out that any moral counsel coming from me is entirely hypocritical, but I feel like I should say something. First of all, let me say that I’m sorry Brownback dropped out. I know you guys are disappointed, and while I can’t say that I feel any particular unhappiness over the end of his candidacy, I know that this must really suck for you. So I’m genuinely sorry.

    My other point, though, that kind of contradicts the first one depending on how you look at it, is this: you paint Brownback do be a moral individual and maybe he is. But are you? Since the first thread I read on this site, it was reasonably clear that you guys hate everyone who doesn’t agree with you. You’ve perverted the Bible to be some kind of testimony to the hatred of God, not to His benevolence. You argue that people of other religions made the wrong choice, but how do you know you made the right one? The word of the Bible is not evidence of God’s existence just as the Qur’an is not evidence of Allah’s. Religion takes a leap of faith, and while it is respectable that you are able to mantain your beliefs in the face of all else going on the world, it is ignominious that you would put down the leap of faith that others have made in favor of your own.

    Though I may not be the most upstandingly moral individual, and certainly not one to condescend (I hope it’s not coming across like that!) anyone, I feel that this needs to be said. You all have been unjustifiably hateful and acrimonious to those who disagree with you, and while I have read many liberal bloggers here with similar comments, yours are by far the more hateful. So in my opinion, you shouldn’t be talking about morals and ethics if you’re going to advocate shooting people in the head because of what kind of music they listen to.

    P.S. – putting that picture there was a bold move; you’ve got guts, pycheout. Probably also a narcissistic personality disorder, but that’s beside the point. I really feel that that picture should be replaced. It’s really just sadistic and cruel of you to put that there, regardless of the context. But for you to compare the death of thousands of innocent Americans at the hands of radical terrorists to Sam Brownback ending his candidacy is just reprehensible.

    Your buddy,
    nn

    [Ed Note: We hate you. Ha ha, just kidding!]

    Comment by nn — October 19, 2007 @ 11:02 pm | Reply

  30. Oops! You made a typo.

    “Visionaries are often overlooked in their own time. This certainly seems to be true of Alan Keyes.”

    Fixed it!! ^.^

    Comment by Confused — October 20, 2007 @ 12:24 am | Reply

  31. “[Ed Note: I highly doubt that. Brownbackers aren’t cut and runners like Paul. Go back to Stormfront.]”

    Brownback cut and ran from the race fool and it’s most likely you are the web administrater and a fulltime member for Stormfront judging by the content of your topics and the sheep who buy into your bullpoop.

    Only cowards are against peace.

    “Stormfront does indeed endorse Ron Paul. It’s pretty obvious from the huge “Ron Paul for President” banner on every page.”

    Comment by Linus — October 19, 2007 @ 4:24 pm

    You are obviously being duped by the far-right who will do everything in their power (including lying) to keep a pro-peace candidate like Ron Paul off the ticket but you are just another sheep who’s oblivious to the lies your being fed.

    “The 9/11 photo is very appropriate. It reminds us what is at stake if when don’t get a good leader in the Presidency. Do you all want another Bill Clinton who will just coddle the terrorist while playing hanky panky in the Whitehouse? If you haven’t forgotten his wife is running for President with the declared goal of forcing health care on to each and every one of us.”

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 19, 2007 @ 4:27 pm

    So you think it’s appropriote to exploit someones family member for personal gain? You are a sick and twisted individual who will rot in Hell.

    Hillary and Bill both supported the Iraq war and the war against terrorism. They are no different than Bush and Brownback just to name a couple. You really are a stupid fellow are’nt you?

    Whats wrong with health care? You support Bush’s position of not giving health care to children? Your no better than an abortionist who hates and murders children. Thats why Jesus hates you sheep boy.

    If you are Republican, vote for Ru Paul..

    If you are a Democrat, vote for Dennis Kucinich or Mike Gravel.

    The rest of the candidates are crooked but I realise that at least a few people here are just pussies and won’t vote how Jesus would vote, and that is to vote for peace.

    Comment by spacebrother — October 20, 2007 @ 2:30 am | Reply

  32. Set the White House flag at half mast, then raise a crucifix in its stead. Brownback the Republican is dead; Brownback the Christian will triumph in November 2008.

    Comment by Sisyphus — October 20, 2007 @ 6:10 am | Reply

  33. “when Jesus elevates Sam Bownback to the presidency”

    so when Obama wins, this means that Jesus chose him, right?

    Comment by Isthisparody? — October 20, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  34. so when Obama wins, this means that Jesus chose him, right?

    Actually it would demonstrate that America is hungry for more Bush/Cheney leadership, even at a subconscious level. Obama is related to both.

    Comment by Psycheout — October 20, 2007 @ 10:10 am | Reply

  35. Set the White House flag at half mast, then raise a crucifix in its stead. Brownback the Republican is dead; Brownback the Christian will triumph in November 2008.

    He won´t even run most likely…

    Actually it would demonstrate that America is hungry for more Bush/Cheney leadership, even at a subconscious level. Obama is related to both.

    YOu know, it might be better to judge people according to their political ideals and actions instead of their descent. Somehow I think Obama hasn´t much in common with these two relatives…

    Comment by PG — October 20, 2007 @ 10:17 am | Reply

  36. spinbrother @ Whats wrong with health care? You support Bush’s position of not giving health care to children? Your no better than an abortionist who hates and murders children. Thats why Jesus hates you sheep boy.

    Socialized Medicine is pure evil; it gives health care to anyone whether Jesus wants them to have it or not. The only good health care is Free Market health care.

    You lie false Christian. Jesus hates no one. He loves everyone unconditionally, even the ones He tosses into hell like a fourteen year old with a used spunk covered Kleenex. You’re the one who hates Jesus here with your’ calls for peace.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 20, 2007 @ 10:41 am | Reply

  37. “Socialized Medicine is pure evil; it gives health care to anyone whether Jesus wants them to have it or not. The only good health care is Free Market health care.”

    “You lie false Christian. Jesus hates no one. He loves everyone unconditionally, even the ones He tosses into hell like a fourteen year old with a used spunk covered Kleenex. You’re the one who hates Jesus here with your’ calls for peace.”

    Comment by BJ Tabor — October 20, 2007 @ 10:41 am

    If Jesus loves everyone he’d want health care for everyone charlatan, plus he is’nt called the prince of peace for nothing fool.

    So called “free market” health care will still be available for anyone who can afford it dumbass when it eventually passes. Calling health care for all children (including the ones that fall between the catagories of not poor enough to qualify but not prosperous enough to pay for and which is most Americans) evil is only a pure greedy corporate propaganda ploy for those who won’t profit off over inflated interest (better known as usary which according to the bible is a sin) payment loans. You really are stupid.

    [Ed Note: You do realize of course that Ron Paul is 100% against government provided health care. He’s against just about every government program except for police and defense.]

    Comment by Spacebrother — October 20, 2007 @ 1:25 pm | Reply

  38. When Brother Davis C.C was called upon by his angel with the revelation that Sam Brownback would never occupy the White House I was as disheartened as the next person. However, we must accept that the Lord has bigger plans for Brother Brownback. Perhaps Sam will use this time to re-think the whole “Catholic” thing and look into a proper Protestant religion that doesn’t involve kissing rings or fingering beads. Truly, dear, I don’t think the Lord looks too highly upon on all that mess.

    Like yourselves, I will be praying that good Lord will guide us to soon support a man who will further true Christian, Conservative causes.

    In His Service,

    Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — October 20, 2007 @ 4:08 pm | Reply

  39. Get a decent Jimi Hendrix record and some opium and absinth Ed Note……you need drugs, lots of em……and get laid as well, with the most loveable woman you can imagine……..Just stop complaining cause you sound like an old senile tart……no more bitching, get real…..life is beautiful

    Comment by Jim — October 20, 2007 @ 4:11 pm | Reply

  40. I also recommend mrs Td Gaines Crockett to get a more decent bible than te Readers Digest edition……..since you all know Jesus personally (Yeheshua Ben Youssef i mean)I recommend you all to read the bible in it’s original languages before you claim to know it so well……else, what is Yeheshua’s phone number, since you seem to talk to him all day>

    Comment by Jim — October 20, 2007 @ 4:21 pm | Reply

  41. Posting The Falling Man to compare Sam Brownback withdrawing from the presidential election? You’ve got grapes, Psycheout.

    You can respond to this. I don’t care. Just have fun worshipping your god Brownback.

    Comment by Tinlion — October 20, 2007 @ 4:51 pm | Reply

  42. Dear Jim,

    You are a foul one. When the Rapture comes I hope you are wide awake so you can see all of us being lifted gently into the sky by the hand of God. Then you can spend the tribulation period thinking about what a putrid, wretched, souless jerk you have been.

    Tinlion,

    Just who do you think you are speaking that way about Brother Psycheout? I’ll have you to know that you have just insulted one of the most Godly, sincere Republicans (God chosen few) on earth. You owe him an apology, you communist you.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — October 21, 2007 @ 6:38 am | Reply

  43. oh, Psycheout is your brother…….this shows that hillbilly music and incest go hand in hand since you are kissing your brothers rear end.
    Have fun and nevermind the brown tongue.

    Yours sincerely
    Jim

    Comment by jim — October 21, 2007 @ 7:45 am | Reply

  44. PS missus Gaines-Crockett……go to the barber, that hairdo is monstrous !!!

    Comment by jim — October 21, 2007 @ 7:49 am | Reply

  45. I am very sad. If I had eyes they would have tears in them.

    “So you think it’s appropriote to exploit someones family member for personal gain?”

    err Is that a trick question?

    You people exploit my kind all the time. Payback is fair play!

    Comment by Happy Clam — October 21, 2007 @ 9:15 pm | Reply

  46. @ BJ, post 16:

    I doubt it.

    Comment by L. — November 13, 2007 @ 5:13 pm | Reply

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