All kinds of media outlets have covered Republican Governor Sam Brownback's troubles of late, some of them state budget, some of them popularity--or lack of it--at home, with voters, all kinds of things.
What's been a bit quieter is also Republican Senator Pat Roberts' issue of how much time he does (doesn't?) spend in his state. This, fresh out today from The Daily Kos:
Kansas Senator Pat Roberts Re-ignites Residency Controversy
With the Kansas primary only a month away, it looks like Senator Pat Roberts has "Lugared" himself with what the right-wing media outlet Breitbart.com called a "Freudian slip" in an interview on radio station KCMO and reported on July 3 in the DC insider newspaper The Hill saying he returns home to Kansas “every time I get an opponent” and proclaiming that he doesn't measure his voting record by "how many times I sleep wherever it is."
What's great about this is that he, in effect, recreated or reignited this problem himself. Then, that he did it, too, on a Republican- and Right Wing-friendly source like Breitbart? Priceless.
God, I love these people.