Speaking of SCHIP, did anyone else read this Journal World story on the veto override vote?
Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who had wanted Congress to override the veto, said that after speaking last week with top health officials in the Bush administration, there seemed to be no discussion on what to do after the veto override attempt.
“We have no information from the administration on what their negotiating points are,” Sebelius said.
Last time I checked, the President was under no obligation to negotiate with the Governor of Kansas on SCHIP.
Why is Sebelius interjecting herself? Is this a signal she is contemplating running against Pat Roberts for the Senate? If so, I'll say this, Pat would put up quite a bit more of a fight than Tim or the good doctor did. In fact, Kathleen hasn't had a tough race since her first run for Insurance Commissioner.
Sorry to divert attention from the Second District.
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.