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The definition of a typical Wichita driver: One who leaves where he is 10 minutes late and expects to arrive where he is going 10 minutes early – and tries to rewrite the laws of physics in between.
I am amazed at the number of drivers who change lanes when turning corners at intersections. That is a no-no, according to my driving manual.
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If city officials can do for cab service what they have done for bus service, it won’t be long before the taxpayers will be asked to subsidize the cabs as well.
Tell Wichita City Council members that you expect them to support an ordinance that limits the amount of tax money they can spend without a vote of the taxpayer, so that they don’t spend it on libraries or airport terminals. We already have both. We don’t need new ones.
Say what you will about our library, but remember – books don’t need a power supply.
In 1967, the city cut corners in building the Central Library, so now it is “ill-equipped to support the library’s evolution” and need for growth. Now some want to do the same thing again: cut corners and build a smaller library that does not meet foreseeable future needs.
Hawker Beechcraft is being Romney-fied – a managed bankruptcy in which buyers end up smelling like a rose with the general public eventually picking up the retirement plan. Yet Kansas will vote for Mitt Romney in November.
You’re aware that 99 percent of gay people were raised by heterosexual couples, right? It should follow that 99 percent of children raised by gay couples would be heterosexual. Gays should be encouraged to adopt.
The fabric of society is fragile. Woven into this fabric is the marriage between one woman and one man. A big part of today’s woes is the fact that not enough people can even quote a passage from the Bible.
Remember – marriage is the real reason for divorce.
Antagonists of Gov. Sam Brownback just don’t get it: You can’t continue to spend more than you make.
The last straw – a governor who must truly believe he’s God. Now he’s inviting pharmacists to join him in that position. Who is the governor to say whether a woman can receive RU-486? Has he considered how much Kansas taxpayers are going to have to pay to support his actions?
Men should not be allowed to vote on any proposed law that has to do with abortion.
It’s been almost two years since this smoking ban took effect, and what are we left with? Crowded smoking gardens, used by all, attached to a sterile-smelling bar with echoes. This is truly a stupid law and needs to be repealed.
I do not vote to re-elect any politicians. One term is enough for anyone.