President Clinton gave our jobs away, and President Obama made sure they will stay away.
Donald Trump personifies the hate, bigotry, intolerance, arrogance and greed of the Republican Party.
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Michelle Obama once said that America is a “just downright mean” country. I didn’t believe it then, but her husband is changing my mind.
The Grievously Obsessive Paranoids drink the partisan Kool-Aid until they vomit hateful and divisive rhetoric. They have no concept how ridiculous they appear to those of us who refuse to live our lives in fear.
I get uncomfortable each time I hear Hillary Clinton’s tough, loud, forced laughter. For some unknown reason it makes me think of the old sitcom with the talking horse. One of us may be losing it. That would be either Hillary or me.
The perfect Christmas gift for every Republican: a new brain, and one that doesn’t just function properly but is fair-minded, too.
Ever notice that most all Republican politicians are draft-dodgers?
I’m fed up to the ears with young people whining about the wars we fought, and the men and women who died in them, to protect the freedom to whine.
What about the deadly fumes coming out of your car from the car exhaust? And you only complain of secondhand smoke? Such stupid earthlings.
The government didn’t need to raise the interest rate. The economy is controlled by world events. A Chinese worker cries out; stock goes down. A Middle Eastern country talks hate; the stock market goes down. A Russian leader yelps; the stock market moves. America doesn’t run its own economy any longer.
Unless you’re apathetically willing to continue down the path of appointing the loudest and most aggressive animals to administrate the zoo as they see fit, then you’d better wake up, and return to electing thinking, caring and reflective humans to these offices for the safety of all who live here.
When the radio station that plays Christmas music starting in early November has only a five- or six-song playlist, but plays recordings of those songs by multiple artists, it’s still only five or six songs.
Hey, Wichita Eagle writers: Christian or not, nine out of 10 people celebrate Christmas. Therefore it is permissible to write “Christmas lights,” “Christmas tree,” “Christmas party” and “merry Christmas.” You probably will not turn into a pillar of salt.
The daily Universal Crossword is awesome. It’s a bit of a challenge and a chance to learn. The old series was monotonously easy. Thank you.
I used to enjoy and look forward to the old crossword. We’ve been getting the paper for 30 years, and now I leave for work frustrated because I can’t even finish half of it. Was this The Eagle’s intent?
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