Hillary Clinton: Knowing what you know now, would you again vote for George Bush’s authorization to go to war with Iraq?
Republicans have several presidential candidates who can better what we have, while Democrats can’t find even one.
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Now that Hillary’s campaign is concentrating on the “ordinary people,” she will easily recognize them as the ones not wearing a crown and carrying a scepter and orb.
Someone was concerned about whether, at age 69, Hillary would have the stamina and energy to work 14 to 16 hours a day to do the work of our leader. Do they actually believe our leader now works even close to that?
George Stephanopoulos has some nerve. He feigns objectivity after having worked for the Clintons for eight years. Then he accuses Peter Schweizer of bias because Schweizer worked for George W. Bush for a few months.
You can spot a Fox “News” addict by their comments in the Opinion Line. It’s amazing the crazy stuff that folks will swallow whole.
Conservative tax policy is all about shifting from income tax to sales tax, so that the cost of government ever-increasingly falls upon the lower-income portion of the population while leaving the rich to save or invest their ever-increasing excess wealth tax-free. Will Joe Voter ever learn?
I truly hope The Wichita Eagle puts a list in the paper of how each legislator votes on each item they come up with on closing the deficit. This way we can vote out these legislators we disagree with if they run for office again.
I’m strong on the old adage, “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” I’ll admit, I voted for Brownback first time around, but thankfully, I saw the light. Unfortunately, too many of you fell twice, and look where it’s gotten us.
Excellent commentary by Chapman Rackaway in the Sunday Eagle (“Louisiana is a cautionary tale”). The citizenry of our state need to wake up and demand better government than we are getting in Topeka at the present time.
Have you drug-tested your legislators today? They are government employees, after all.
Oh, goody – another opinion contributor announcing how Kansas is a laughingstock. Well, personally I think that’s great. It’s good to laugh and I am proud that we can provide that to the rest of the country.
Ordering online to avoid sales tax often backfires when you discover that shipping and handling exceed the amount of sales tax, especially if you pay return shipping. Always compare before your final click.
If police are deployed more heavily in minority neighborhoods, well, then that is the problem in itself. I cannot blame the police for the neighborhoods, and I cannot blame the teachers for the schools. State, business and community must solve these problems.
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