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The IRS and NSA are making the strongest argument yet against Obamacare, and we need to pay attention.
President Obama has been able to accomplish in his short tenure with Obamacare what unions have only just been able to dream about – the 30-hour workweek.
Congressional Republicans hate the prospect of government-run health care when that’s exactly what they enjoy. Their “solution” for the uninsured is to tell them to go to the emergency room and, when they can’t pay the bill, declare bankruptcy.
I have heard this for almost a year: “What does it matter?” The families of the four men who died in Benghazi think it matters, as do many others in our country.
When I was young I used to enjoy Western movies. I remember being glad that people didn’t walk around with six-shooters on their hips anymore. Now, a huge segment of our society walks around with concealed guns. Such is human progress.
Is it true that George Washington had Gilbert Stuart paint a miniature portrait of himself so he’d have the equivalent of a photo ID to present at the voting booth?
The driver’s license spokeswoman hopes to “maintain good customer service” at the new site. I waited more than three hours to renew my license. I am hoping for a little more than maintaining this level of service.
If heaven is so great, why are we all trying to live so long by eating salmon and exercising?
Regarding a comment that “deadbeat dads aren’t held accountable”: Children are hurting because some moms have more interest in going out to party and meet new boyfriends than in taking care of their kids. But I’ve never heard of a deadbeat mom.
How about holding moron moms accountable, too? Quite a few divorced ones feel their job is over after producing a baby. Waiting on your child support checks to fund your beer and smokes isn’t what I call being a responsible parent either.
I don’t know why people go to concerts performed by bands that wouldn’t come here when they were in their prime. Who wants to go see a bunch of 60-year-old rockers?
As I was coming out of Menards on Webb, I dropped my debit card and this nice gentleman called out and then handed me the card. I just want to thank him again. We have some very nice people in Wichita.