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We keep hearing people say, “I don’t want the government telling me what to do.” But let something bad happen to them, and the first words out of their mouth are, “There ought to be a law against that.” Make up your mind.
America can ill afford to have the vulture capitalists pecking on the bodies of American workers. Vote Democratic in 2012.
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Roger Clemens is being tried for allegedly lying to Congress. We should be able to try Congress for lying to us, from both sides of the aisle.
Enough of Boeing trying to say why it is leaving. Kansas and Wichita would have helped Boeing as much as Oklahoma and Texas if it had mentioned a concern. But after being in Wichita for 80 years and promising the tanker work to Wichita, the company said, “See you later.”
How can Spirit AeroSystems possibly stay profitable? Doesn’t it know that successful aviation manufacturers must export much of their operations, disregard agreements with the community, lay off more workers than they have, declare bankruptcy when their managers are forced to be accountable, and blame the union for any remaining issues?
The “prank” allegedly pulled by Heights High students in a busy Subway could have gone horribly wrong. If someone enters a store, indicates he has a gun and orders me to the floor, I will believe my life is in imminent danger and take action to defend myself and others.
Someone actually asked the “Ask Marilyn” column in Parade why a car heats up when parked in the sun? If you’re old enough to drive, you shouldn’t be that dumb.
Kudos to Michael Robertson for the “renegade” llama button for Riverfest. Shame on Wichita Festivals for taking the “Wichita” out of our primary local event on the official button. The way to instill civic pride in this event is to take pride in local artists and their talents.
I would rather wear the llama button than that rooster one. All five family members will wear them proudly.
Enough with you people whining about traffic cones. First you whine because the streets are in bad shape. Then you whine when the streets are being fixed. You can’t have it both ways.
Apparently, some people confuse cubicle walls with real walls. For eight hours Wednesday, I got to listen to stories about cats, real-estate agents and feet.