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If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable Care Act on the grounds of government intervention, then surely I’ll be able to cancel the liability insurance on my car.
Why do liberals fight so hard for pie-in-the-sky entitlements only to sacrifice their freedoms and live under a dictatorship? America is in the fast lane of self-destruction politically, financially, morally and ethically.
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Health care is a business. If you can’t afford the product, you shouldn’t get it. Don’t ask the taxpayer to provide it for you. Yes, some will die because they can’t afford health care. But the fittest will survive.
It is stunning to think that the success or failure of the health care law seems to be in the hands of one Supreme Court justice. This is one-sixth of our entire economy in one person’s hands. I hope he makes the right decision.
Why are conservative Christians opposed to health care? Jesus healed many people.
The best person to feed me is me. Don’t look to others if you are hungry, but to yourself.
Why is the Wall Street Journal upset with Rep. Tim Huelskamp for not backing a plan that balances the budget by 2040? We can balance the federal budget tomorrow by letting Bush’s tax cuts expire and taxing the 49 percent who pay nothing.
We don’t need to reconsider Kansas’ “stand your ground” law or do societal soul-searching because of one incident in one city in one of a score of states with similar laws. We don’t even have all the facts yet in the Trayvon Martin case.
When you put a bounty on someone’s head, when you tweet his address (oops – wrong address) to thousands of people, these are acts of terrorism. You act like, and are no better than, the Taliban.
If Gov. Sam Brownback likes “pink slime” in his hamburger, he can eat it. I do not want it in mine. There are too many chemicals and fillers in our food now.
Why is Brownback outsourcing our Medicaid program to companies in other states, but at the same time trying to attract business to move to Kansas?
If you are naive enough to believe that $200 given to the student athlete is an isolated incident that a coach who makes about $10,000 a day doesn’t know anything about, then you may be waiting for the cow to jump over the moon.
Let’s make a deal, South Carolina: Send coach Frank Martin back to KSU, and we will send you an athletic director and university president.
Martin got a raise. He’s gone. Get over it, Wildcats. Life will continue.
I’m a 40-year-old guy who enjoys (discreetly) pretending to use “the Force” to open the doors at Walmart, Dillons, etc. Is that weird?