Liberals tend to create a situation where there is none, then place a label on those who don’t agree.
I don’t dislike my Republican friends, or believe they are unpatriotic or don’t have our nation’s best interest at heart. I just think they are wrong, and I hate that they blindly elect liars and cheats to office who have demonstrated a total disregard for America’s best interest.
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How good is Obama as a president? After running his mouth about government officials’ role in the “water crisis,” it took a request by an 8-year-old for him to show up in Flint, Mich. Enough said.
The protests against Trump are just a preview of what our world will look like if he gets elected president. He will send jobs to other countries – if we are not at war with them. Look at the whole picture. Do you want your children going to war?
Maybe the people who are so welcoming to refugees and border jumpers should show the same compassion to our troops who are coming home with life-altering, horrendous wounds, both mental and physical, who are trying to fit back into society, who deserve so much more help than they are getting.
The idea of providing free charge stations for electric vehicles is so outrageous, you would think it was suggested by socialists, not the Republican conservatives who run the utility companies. Of course, this is the model of Brownback philosophy.
Isn’t it funny how all the lawmakers in Topeka all of a sudden came to their senses and tried to change the tax loophole? Must be an election year. Fear not. We remember who thumbed their noses at us. We’ll return the favor in November.
Rep. Joe Scapa criticized legislators for not voting to partly reinstate state income taxes on LLCs. Even if all House Democrats had voted for that bill, it would have failed by five votes. The problem in Topeka is do-nothing Republicans like Scapa continuously marching down Brownback’s ruinous fiscal road to perdition.
I went to the east-side Warren Theatres to enjoy a $7 matinee with Tom Hanks, and learned it was playing in the remodeled area, only at $12. We are now forced to sit in a recliner for an extra price, or not see the movie. Bill Warren has jumped the shark.
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