Opinion Line Extra (Oct. 11)
10/11/2012 12:00 AM
10/10/2012 6:30 PM
We the people can make a change in Washington, D.C. Just do not re-elect anybody, anyone – no way, nohow. It will take two elections to see the difference. Just do it.
During the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney conclusively proved the existence of the parallel universe. His quantum jump from CEO who lives to fire people to the Shangri-la land of Gandhi and Mother Teresa was a brilliant performance worthy of an Oscar nomination.
If the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi are any indication of how this administration will protect us no matter where we are, then we really need to think about this going to the polls.
A U.S. House committee is holding an investigation into the attack on our consulate in Libya. Crank up the dog-and-pony show. When was the last time anything meaningful came out of one of these charades?
I would much rather have trickle-down prosperity than trickle-up poverty, which is what we have now with Obama.
With all the gaffes Joe Biden makes, the vice presidential debate should prove to be the best comedy on television this week.
Reading Bob Woodward’s latest book, “The Price of Politics,” I gained a new respect for Joe Biden. It’s sad there is nothing he can do to save Obama from Obama.
Given Romney’s sudden conversion into a “compassionate conservative,” there’s only one thing left to say: If you liked George W., you’re going to love Mitt.
For those who have been negatively vocal about voter-ID laws: I have yet to see anything about your outrage on Obama’s deliberate effort to restrict the military’s right to vote. What is the difference?
Republican tea party-elected secretaries of state across the nation are tainting the centuries-old American democratic voting process. This is going to leave an indelible mark on all the future elections.
New test for Alzheimer’s disease: If you plan on voting for four more years of Obama, then you should check with your doctor without delay.
Nebraska is having a welcoming experience in the Big 10, thank you. Enjoy your successful season, K-State, and kudos always to Coach Bill Snyder. But you should thank us for leaving the Big 12, because you messed your drawers every time the Huskers were on your schedule.
I keep programming my DVR for “The Biggest Loser,” but it keeps recording KU games.