The LJ World calls Boyda a "partisan distraction" for her political appointment by Governor Sebelius to the task force which will try to land the National Bio and Agro-Defense facility.
From the editorial:
"This is no place for the governor, Parkinson or Boyda to try to gain the spotlight. They shouldn’t be in the picture. If they want to host a cocktail party or luncheon, that’s OK, but they shouldn’t be any part of the tours and inspection of sites."
In other news, WIBW reports that Congressman Steve and Nancy Boyda toured the district's VA facilities and found no bad conditions to report . . . is that actually news? Apparently it is, as 49 News, covered it as well. Typical Democrat reaction, there's a problem with a building in Washington, DC, so let's check out the facilities in Kansas and hold a press conference to say, "needs some new curtains." Ironically, Boyda is going to Fort Riley today to look at the hospital. While the General won't say this, he'll be thinking, "yes Mrs. Boyda, our hospital is in good shape, no thanks to you and your cuts in funding for the base."
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.