I never supported Kathleen Sebelius having a role in any level of government and your dog agrees with me. Now that she has announced her resignation as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, I consider it the correction of a long-running mistake.
If you read this blog post to your dogs, that look on their face actually says, “Grady is right. That person is no lover of dogs.”
Admittedly, I have one, primary reason for not supporting Sebelius. She supported greyhound racing in Kansas. She didn’t merely look the other way, she openly supported dog racing. In this century, with all of the information available with a few Internet clicks, she supports dog racing.
It’s the kind of stand that – in my view – disqualifies someone from holding office. It shows a level of poor decision-making abilities. It indicates the individual has been lazy in researching information about the subject at hand.
Appointing Sebelius was a huge mistake. It ranks up there with voters in Iowa electing Rep. Steve King, who fought against regulations to punish those who attend dog fights.
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