President Obama has a choice. He’s either the most unscrupulous president ever or the most incompetent ever. Either way, he’s got to go.
Obama knows so little about what goes on in his administration, maybe he should start attending his daily briefings.
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The IRS scandal has David Axelrod written all over it.
Cal Thomas wants “to start seeing more people who have overcome difficult circumstances by embracing Republican and conservative ideas and values” (June 2 Opinion). Maybe we do not see more of these people because these ideas and values are structured to reward those who already have it made while repressing the majority who do not.
The recent editorial comments in The Eagle have accomplished one thing for which I am extremely grateful. They have helped me solidify my decision to join and support a Kansas tea party. Our present government ideology has become a serious infection, which must be countered before it becomes terminal.
I was one of those naive Kansans who believed that the state government could be trusted when it said the increase in sales tax was temporary. State lawmakers need to start looking for another job. Their time will be up come next election.
When Kansas lawmakers voted to increase the state sales tax, it was supposed to be temporary and revert back to the original amount. They have voted to keep the increase. That makes them what everyone already knows they are, liars. Once a tax is imposed, it never goes away.
Reading the Opinion Line, it’s very difficult to understand some of the loose cannon remarks made about the Koch brothers. I don’t know the Kochs. I wish I did, because I admire them.
Riverfest is a rip-off. It’s no longer about bringing the community together. It’s just about greed. My family and I are forever boycotting this pathetic excuse of a festival.
Wichita’s airfares just got cheaper with Southwest Airlines coming. Now, what do we do about the gasoline-price-gouging dealers and suppliers?
It was very nice to see the marvelous Memorial Day homage paid to those who honorably served this country. Let’s hope everyone responds with the same spirit on Flag Day, June 14. At the very least, we should all proudly display the colors.
One reader expressed disappointment in seeing few flags flown Memorial Day weekend. I chose not to fly mine because of the hefty winds. I didn’t want to be chasing it down the street or picking it up off the ground all day.