God is not a Democrat or independent or Libertarian or Republican. He is not affiliated with one party, as some may believe. He is the God to all of our party affiliations.
The Kansas hyper-conservative Republicans have certainly gotten me closer to God. I haven’t prayed this much in a long time. I prayed so hard for them to lose in the election, but it didn’t work.
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Kansas politics – the best government money can buy?
We should ask to see the ID of the Sedgwick County election commissioner. Maybe even her birth certificate.
Forget President Obama’s birth certificate. Where are Mitt Romney’s tax returns? Show us the money.
If Obamacare is so wonderful, why are there so many groups of people (Democrat supporters) who have been given waivers to not have to participate in it? Why doesn’t Congress have to have it? Health insurance is not the same thing as actual treatment.
In 2008 America made a mistake. Barack Obama promised he would bring people together, but he fumbled the ball. Americans are further apart than ever before. The decline in economic activity and the loss of jobs tell us that his policies haven’t worked. Let’s try something new.
Obama and his EPA goons need to stop preventing new oil refineries from being built so that if one or more are shut down it doesn’t affect the price of fuel. Who says he doesn’t control the price of fuel? Wake up.
Best picture ever of Obama on the Aug. 9 front page – of him pinning the Medal of Honor on Marine Cpl. Dakota Meyer. Not because Obama was actually honoring a soldier for once, but because I did not have to look at his arrogant face and smiley teeth. The ears were all you saw.
While the nation heads toward another debt-ceiling debacle, Sen. Jerry Moran is wasting precious congressional time and taxpayer dollars on a useless symbolic gesture against a nonissue – all so we simple folk can be distracted from his abysmal approval rating and sheer inability to do anything we elected him to do.
There is no point in arguing politics with people who refer to paying taxes as a “penalty” or a “punishment. They are simply being willfully ignorant about the basic economic necessities of living in a civilized society. Do they feel penalized when they have to pay for a loaf of bread before they leave the store?