I now understand why there is a drive in Topeka to reduce school budgets and make it a challenge in some cases to vote. Who needs to make the effort to teach, study, learn and vote when you can become an elected member of the Kansas House without needing to even read bills?
At election time, remember what the Sedgwick County commissioners, Wichita City Council members and Wichita school board members have done. Members don’t have to be from your district in order for you to oppose their re-election. Someone moving from one group to another won’t help either.
Mitt Romney openly admitted he has voted in Democratic primaries, casting his ballot for the candidate he thought the weakest. Some may call that dirty politics, but I think it is a great idea. Romney has my vote.
So Gingrich thinks President Obama’s plan for alternative fuel is outlandish, but establishing a moon colony is quite reasonable. Oh, yeah – that’s the kind of sane, rational, commonsensical thinking mind I want for president. What a joke.
I hope you liberals have your bomb shelters built, because we are headed for another atomic war. It will be thanks to Obama and his smart gang of thugs who don’t know anything about the foreign terrorists who want to bomb us off the face of the Earth.
Why elect wealthy people? First, only the wealthy can afford to run for office. The second reason is that the U.S. Supreme Court’s corporate-personhood decision allows super PACs to pick our political candidates. We the people don’t stand a chance of getting elected to Congress.
Leave it to Cal Thomas to defend Rush Limbaugh.
Not only is Rush right, he is correct.
Anders Breivik, the confessed murderer of 77 people in a terrorist attack in Norway, is a huge argument for having the death penalty. Norway has no death penalty and therefore will be feeding and clothing him the rest of his life.
The supply-and-demand economic equation no longer applies when supply can be artificially constrained by those in a position to profit from higher prices or the political environment that higher prices create. Energy companies are currently manipulating gasoline prices for political purposes. Are you going let them succeed?
Gregg Marshall should be complimented for pointing out gross errors in officiating and possible collusion between conference and referees. No apology necessary.
When Marshall was hired as the WSU coach, he seemed like a real class act. It only took four years of being around the “it’s-the-ref’s-fault-we-lost” WSU fans to turn him into a whiner who blames the refs and the conference for losing. How pathetic.
Why do we need a bed tax? Maybe lower rates would be more competitive.