If the national polls in mid-October show that Romney-Ryan are a definite win, you’re going to see an immediate improvement in the economy.
If Romney is elected, I predict that before the end of his first term, we will be at war with China, Russia, Iran and Great Britain.
What we need is to give more money and resources to the idle, lazy bums. That way those truly in need (no, not the union bosses, welfare moms and substance abusers) will not get the services they require. Buying votes is different from really loving and helping those who need it.
Doesn’t it seem strange that every time Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke does something to boost the economy, it gets worse?
Bonuses for Hawker Beechcraft’s senior leadership team should not have even been a consideration. Termination or significant salary reductions should have been invoked for the lack of competent leadership to sustain the life and profitability of the company. A combination of new ownership and new leadership is the only possible lifeline left for Hawker Beechcraft.
After reading of Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s activities in recent days, I wonder if I missed news of his ordination as pope.
It’s pretty obvious that Kobach only works part time as the Kansas secretary of state. But I’ll sure bet he is glad to cash his paycheck every week and use his employee benefits, both of which are based on full-time work.
Kobach goes after voter fraud when there is none, and Gov. Sam Brownback lowers taxes to try to get more businesses to come to Kansas. And now it is revealed that Kansas is the No. 8 state for being business-friendly.
Just key into your computer “fluoride,” and you will find out why some cities want to take it out of their water supply. You voters can make up your own minds without a special-interest group pushing for fluoridation and shoving it down your throat.
Kids don’t drink water, so let’s skip the whole fluoride hoopla and move on.
If you people who call yourselves “parents” put as much time into not feeding your kids candy and sodas as you do complaining about fluoridation, then maybe the city wouldn’t have to take it upon itself to keep your kids’ teeth healthy.
The Eagle should expand the Opinion Line section.