Talk about digging potholes. Our elected city leaders just voted to help fund transit service with street maintenance funds. Our behemoth buses destroy our streets, requiring an even larger street maintenance budget. Where has the common sense gone?
The need to redistrict is an unfunded mandate by the feds upon the states. Leave the boundaries where they are, and use market incentives to move people around to keep the current districts balanced.
The federal, Kansas and Wichita governments are dysfunctional because of politics. It is time to fire them all.
Billions of dollars wasted on a war in the Middle East we can’t win, and now we have to pay extortion money to the Pakistanis to move our fuel and food. Perfect.
“After my election, I have more flexibility,” President Obama told the Russians, not knowing his microphone was revealing the secret. Those who voted for him in 2008 and plan to vote for him in November: Think deeply about what he means. Vote Obama out of office and save the USA.
We had a lot of people blaming President Obama a month or so ago because of high gas prices. A month later, with gas down 25 cents, where is their praise for Obama? People: Obama has no control over gas prices.
North Carolina last week passed a marriage-protection amendment 61 to 39 percent. Let’s just hope that the voters save our country from this president in November in a similar landslide. I fear lack of education will make it closer.
You should not vote in the next election if you haven’t read Mitt Romney’s Nov. 18, 2008, New York Times commentary, “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt,” in which he warns that if auto companies get a government bailout their “demise will be virtually guaranteed.”
Don’t let the political mudslinging material enter your head. It doesn’t taste pleasant, and will cloud your mind on the real issues.
If you’re heterosexual, tell me: What is the motivational factor that says to you, “Wow – I want to be homosexual”? I’m just trying to figure out why people think sexuality is a choice.
The renegade llama button is much better than the Wichita River Festival’s rooster button. As a longtime festival volunteer and financial supporter, I prefer Michael Robertson’s button over the rooster one.
After eating alone in a Wichita restaurant, I found a $50 tip had been added by my waiter to my credit-card bill. The service wasn’t that great.