If someone should be registered to vote when they get a driver’s license, then why not give out driver’s licenses when signing up to vote? Surely legal, qualified drivers cannot be more important than legal, qualified voters.
Instead of whining about people such as Sam Brownback, Kris Kobach, Donald Trump or others, perhaps those people should put all their efforts, energy and intelligence into obtaining the elusive citizenship proof so they can legally vote and attempt to change that which they whine about.
Wait – I can’t figure this out. We want to keep out Gitmo prisoners and refugees, but keep Kris Kobach and Sam Brownback here? What is wrong with us?
When a politician has a “R” after their name, it does not make them right. Kansas is a perfect example of “R” being very wrong.
Regarding “Most of Bill Self’s income exempt from state taxes” (May 18 Now Consider This): This is exactly why the average taxpayer is fed up with the system. The ones who have the money to manipulate through the system are asking the rest of us to finance the state.
Medicaid is cut, and it’s the governor’s fault, and doctors may drop Medicaid patients. Why aren’t you looking at the doctors? Can’t they be more efficient and not so greedy? After all, many doctors don’t pay state income taxes.
It may be my imagination, but it seems that conservatives are demonizing the whole government by constantly saying that regulations hurt business. “Regulations are bad!” You’d think it was one of the Ten Commandments.
The reason I fear signing up for the TSA expedited screening procedure at airports is that it’s run by a Democrat government. We all know what happened with the IRS and now the e-mail/server scandal, etc. When this administration is out of office, I’ll rethink it.
The only reason Obama is still president is because Democrats and Republicans in Congress are failing to do their job.
Hillary Clinton is not entitled to the presidency. This is the USA, not England.
The Trump bashing has begun. When will the media give Hillary equal time?
Once again Republican voters have drunk the Kool-Aid and picked a presumptive presidential nominee who promised to be conservative but has no history of conservatism. Remember the “compassionate conservative”? Republican voters never learn.
Starbucks on the Innovation Campus at WSU? How innovative. What will they think of next? A McDonald’s?
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