Huelskamp not chastened by close election

huelskamp,timAfter not having been endorsed by the state’s largest agriculture organizations, and after a virtually unknown opponent won 45 percent of the vote in the GOP primary Tuesday, you might think that U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp, R-Fowler, would be a little chastened. You might think he would commit himself to becoming a productive member of Congress. But no. Huelskamp lashed out Wednesday against “a shadowy, out-of-state super PAC” that smeared his reputation, and said that he “will not be bullied.” That’s been Huelskamp’s pattern: Blame others for his own failings, then double down on those failings.