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11/01/2013 12:00 AM
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If food stamps make single mothers and children lazy and dependent, do corporate subsidies make businesses lazy and dependent?
It doesn’t matter if the glass is half full or half empty. It’s still twice as big as it needs to be, just like our government.
Poor Republicans. They tout individual responsibility and self-reliance. But when it comes to wind or solar power, they are chained to the oil companies’ and monopolistic utilities’ money for their campaigns. Advancing technology in renewable energy will wean us away from foreign dependence.
The old saying “a half-truth is a whole lie” seems fitting for the president and his committed followers, both in the administration and in the press. To see them twist the truth to protect this man is comical, but sad. Doesn’t anyone care about honesty and integrity anymore?
“I did not have sex with that woman.” “If you like the health insurance that you now have, you may keep it.” Is anyone else tired of being lied to by our presidents?
Since when did Republicans start caring about anyone else’s access to health insurance? Oh, right – Oct. 1.
I have worked with at least five different new government computer programs and websites; three were such horrible failures that they were scrapped. The other two took at least a year to debug. The ACA website is another case of buying from the lowest bidder, not the best available.
Don’t blame Obama. He didn’t know.
The Democrats accuse the Republicans of playing politics by demanding Kathleen Sebelius’ resignation. Sebelius is so bad that the Republicans would be playing politics if they demanded that Sebelius stay at HHS.
You voted for Obama? You voted for a Democrat? You don’t like the so-called Affordable Care Act? Too bad.
A new convention center that makes money makes much more sense than a new airport terminal.
WSU went to the Final Four and never gets a top recruit. The pathetic KU fans need to tell their coach to man up and put WSU on the schedule.
Who decided that female volleyball players have to wear skintight short shorts that leave almost nothing to the imagination? I’ll bet it was a male coach who made that decision.
Just sitting on a machine at the gym is not exercising.
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