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Only 2 percent of Americans will be subject to the individual mandate. The Republicans are trying to terrify us into believing we will be burdened by a huge new tax. Those of us with insurance have been paying for these folks for years. It’s time they paid their own way.
We have four Supreme Court justices who uphold the Constitution, four who always vote their politics, and one chief justice with no spine who has opened the door for monumental government corruption.
To honor President Obama for doubling spending on food stamps and for the government takeover of health care, July Fourth will be changed from Independence Day to Dependence Day.
Before the campaign is over, Mitt Romney will twist himself into a pretzel explaining how he was for affordable health care legislation before he was against it.
Gov. Sam Brownback is turning over Medicaid to out-of-state insurance companies to save money, yet refuses to set up an insurance exchange to allow average citizens to save money when purchasing their own health insurance plans. Put partisanship aside and help Kansans by implementing the Affordable Care Act.
Moderate Democrats are an endangered species. After many years as a registered Democrat, I have registered as an independent. I want what is best for the country, and that is hard to find in a party that holds hands with Marxists, flirts with communists and is in bed with socialists.
Just what Kansas needs – an excuse for people to drink more in a shorter period of time and then drive, killing people and destroying property. The real reason for legalizing happy hour is that the state will make more money from it.
Another reason for making Wichita buses more attractive and user-friendly: ozone.
So the heavy-handed EPA may hammer the city with fines and unfunded mandates for vehicle-emissions testing because of excess ozone? I suggest the city just stall – 24 hours or so ought to do it. The wind will blow. Problem solved.
All you young people will never know the satisfaction of slamming down the receiver on an old-fashioned rotary dial phone.
It may be hot, but at least it’s not 130 degrees, I’m not 7,500 miles from home and wearing 30 pounds of gear, and I have very little chance of driving over a bomb today. Thanks to all who serve or have served in the U.S. military.