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People will probably jump all over the disruption of the Missouri caucus by Ron Paul supporters. Maybe they were just fed up with the “politics as usual” mindset of people who can’t think for themselves.
In order to save the greatest country on Earth, we need a pit bull in the White House. Although all four Republican candidates are nice people, there is only one with leadership qualities that can stand up to the challenge. Go, Newt Gingrich – all the way to Tampa.
I cannot vote for Mitt Romney just because he is spending so much money to get elected. We already have a spending buffoon like that in the White House.
The Republican candidates are all professional presidential candidates and they don’t seem to like one another, and each is convinced that the others’ ideas on how to run our country are wrong. How can we be expected to know which one is best?
President Obama has worn us out by saying, “It’s Bush’s fault.” Obama’s poor actions and record have the U.S. in poor shape. He should own it, and he should not run for re-election.
Why in the world are our legislators talking about cutting taxes in Kansas when the state apparently does not even collect enough to adequately fund education? That is jeopardizing our children’s futures and the future of Kansas.
Thank you, Connie Dietz, for expressing my opinion better than I ever could (March 18 Opinion). As part of the 2008 bond team, I am livid that Wichita was so badly undercut by the state in its wish to have 21st-century education for its most important citizens. Kudos, USD 259 board members.
When a bar closes in Old Town, I wish another bar wouldn’t take its place. We have tons of bars that last briefly. We need more retail stores that are fun and interesting.
I was disappointed that there was no mention in The Eagle of the March 16 concert by Mandisa and Laura Story. The concert had a full house and was just wonderful.
Everyone should learn to play a ukulele.
My husband and I would like to thank the person who found and turned in his wallet Sunday at Red Lobster. We got all the way back to Winfield before he realized it was lost. You proved there are still good people in the world.