Sad State

Junction City, KS

#154 Mar 18, 2013
We need an attorney general with the sack to stand up to Brownback, Kobach, and the Koch brothers and rein them in , before they destroy the State. We`re on the Highway to Hell under this arrogant , stubborn regime.
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#155 Mar 19, 2013
Sad State wrote:
We need an attorney general with the sack to stand up to Brownback, Kobach, and the Koch brothers and rein them in , before they destroy the State. We`re on the Highway to Hell under this arrogant , stubborn regime.
Only in Kansas.
Where else would you vote for and elect liars and thieves and expect them to be anything else.
Hffjjhgf

Wichita, KS

#156 Apr 5, 2013
My balls smell funny

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#157 Apr 5, 2013
Sad State wrote:
We need an attorney general with the sack to stand up to Brownback, Kobach, and the Koch brothers and rein them in , before they destroy the State. We`re on the Highway to Hell under this arrogant , stubborn regime.
Anybody with less than $1M cash who votes Republican has been tricked into voting against himself.

BTW, at Washington Days in late February former moderate Republican State Senator Jean Schodorf and her adult children all were welcomed into the Democratic Party. Everyone with a brain will do the same.
ydks

Oskaloosa, KS

#158 Apr 8, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
<quoted text>
Anybody with less than $1M cash who votes Republican has been tricked into voting against himself.
BTW, at Washington Days in late February former moderate Republican State Senator Jean Schodorf and her adult children all were welcomed into the Democratic Party. Everyone with a brain will do the same.
How did you get in?
Oh, I forgot, communists and extremest are automatically democrats
REPUBLICAN, last 3 letters spell "CAN"
DEMOCRAT, last 3 letters spell "RAT"
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#159 Apr 8, 2013
You also conveniently forgot: Republicans are automatically John Birchers, Anarchists, Clansmen, Chamber of Commerce members and Fascists. Given this fact, it appears that the Demos do not have a lockup on extremists. Wouldn't you agree?

Since: Oct 10

Independence, Kansas

#160 Apr 8, 2013
Beaner wrote:
You also conveniently forgot: Republicans are automatically John Birchers, Anarchists, Clansmen, Chamber of Commerce members and Fascists. Given this fact, it appears that the Demos do not have a lockup on extremists. Wouldn't you agree?
Come on, Beaner ole buddy, I'm a Republican and the John Birch Society is dead for all intents and purposes, I'm not an anarchist, I don't belong to the Klan or the Chamber of Commerce and I'm not a fascist because even members of my own party call me a RINO...it just goes to show you that you can please some of the people all the time but you can't please all the people anytime.

Unless the Republican Party lightens up on several issues, it will become the permanent minority party. I haven't changed, my party has...and it's not a very pretty sight sometimes...

Have a good day, Beaner, we'll cross paths again, I'm sure...
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#161 Apr 8, 2013
Indy_Dick wrote:
<quoted text>Come on, Beaner ole buddy, I'm a Republican and the John Birch Society is dead for all intents and purposes, I'm not an anarchist, I don't belong to the Klan or the Chamber of Commerce and I'm not a fascist because even members of my own party call me a RINO...it just goes to show you that you can please some of the people all the time but you can't please all the people anytime.
Unless the Republican Party lightens up on several issues, it will become the permanent minority party. I haven't changed, my party has...and it's not a very pretty sight sometimes...
Have a good day, Beaner, we'll cross paths again, I'm sure...
You Sir are in fact the exception rather than the rule. In my view there are many churches and political parties who should be listening intently to what you have to say. Sound reason and common sense has never been thier forte. Cross paths again? I cerainly hope so my friend as visiting with you is always enlightening. And amiable.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#162 Apr 8, 2013
ydks wrote:
<quoted text>
How did you get in?
Oh, I forgot, communists and extremest are automatically democrats
REPUBLICAN, last 3 letters spell "CAN"
DEMOCRAT, last 3 letters spell "RAT"
What are you, in fourth grade? Either way you're too farkin stupid to vote.

You wouldn't know a commonist from your mama.

Republicans "can," huh? If they're female they can't control their own reproductive equipment. If they're dark skinned they're subjected to stop and frisk. If they're poor it's their own damn fault...here we have it, ;ladies and gentlemen, the perfect example of a poor dumbsht tricked into voting against himself.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#163 Apr 8, 2013
Indy_Dick wrote:
<quoted text>Come on, Beaner ole buddy, I'm a Republican and the John Birch Society is dead for all intents and purposes, I'm not an anarchist, I don't belong to the Klan or the Chamber of Commerce and I'm not a fascist because even members of my own party call me a RINO...it just goes to show you that you can please some of the people all the time but you can't please all the people anytime.
Unless the Republican Party lightens up on several issues, it will become the permanent minority party. I haven't changed, my party has...and it's not a very pretty sight sometimes...
Have a good day, Beaner, we'll cross paths again, I'm sure...
Dick, the birchers are still around. You can still read Phyllis Schlafly, one of the original bircher, on Weird Nut Daily. Who do you think is spreding that crap that Obama's a Mooslem?
wow

Junction City, KS

#164 Apr 8, 2013
Beaner wrote:
<quoted text>You Sir are in fact the exception rather than the rule. In my view there are many churches and political parties who should be listening intently to what you have to say. Sound reason and common sense has never been thier forte. Cross paths again? I cerainly hope so my friend as visiting with you is always enlightening. And amiable.
Wow - it is possible for two people with opposing ideas to be amicable, now if you two can only spread your magic!

Since: Oct 10

Independence, Kansas

#165 Apr 8, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
<quoted text>
Dick, the birchers are still around. You can still read Phyllis Schlafly, one of the original bircher, on Weird Nut Daily. Who do you think is spreding that crap that Obama's a Mooslem?
As is her right. However, for the most part, the Bircher's have either moderated their views or moved to Montana. I quit reading Schlafly a looooong time ago and never really believed half of what she was espousing. The jury's still out on Obama...

Since: Oct 10

Independence, Kansas

#166 Apr 8, 2013
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow - it is possible for two people with opposing ideas to be amicable, now if you two can only spread your magic!
Beaner and I go back a ways on other threads. It is because we agree to disagree on many issues and remain civil towards each other that we can discuss things of mutual interest. He is a moderate Democrat (I think) and I am a moderate Republican. We agree on many things and yet still find differences of opinion on some issues. I respect his opinion though I may not agree with it because he is civil in his discussion about the topic at hand. I always try to be civil when discussing politics because that was the way I was raised. I'm not always successful, but I try to be at least tolerant of others ideas. Beaner isn't always successful either, but I know he tries. I've never met Beaner (that I know of) but we are both Vietnam veterans and therefore...Brothers. If I ever run into him, I will buy him a beer... Enough said...
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#167 Apr 9, 2013
Indy_Dick wrote:
<quoted text>Beaner and I go back a ways on other threads. It is because we agree to disagree on many issues and remain civil towards each other that we can discuss things of mutual interest. He is a moderate Democrat (I think) and I am a moderate Republican. We agree on many things and yet still find differences of opinion on some issues. I respect his opinion though I may not agree with it because he is civil in his discussion about the topic at hand. I always try to be civil when discussing politics because that was the way I was raised. I'm not always successful, but I try to be at least tolerant of others ideas. Beaner isn't always successful either, but I know he tries. I've never met Beaner (that I know of) but we are both Vietnam veterans and therefore...Brothers. If I ever run into him, I will buy him a beer... Enough said...
What he said.(Conservative Democrat)
Tfw

United States

#168 Apr 9, 2013
I don't have a gun, but if I did, I would shoot a baby deer in the mouth and feel nothing.
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#169 Apr 9, 2013
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow - it is possible for two people with opposing ideas to be amicable, now if you two can only spread your magic!
In my view, there is no magic to it. I may be a dinosauer in this day and age but I truly believe you have to give respect to get it until your adversary shows they are not deserving of it. Then all bets are off.

Indy has always conducted himself with courtesy and respect for others including myself and for that I thank him. As a fellow vet he will always have my respect plus I know if I take him on with words, I better be right and ready to get as good as or better than I give. That makes for good tolerant friends. When the chips are down and the political BS is over, we know we have each others back.
wow

Junction City, KS

#170 Apr 9, 2013
Beaner wrote:
<quoted text>In my view, there is no magic to it. I may be a dinosauer in this day and age but I truly believe you have to give respect to get it until your adversary shows they are not deserving of it. Then all bets are off.
Indy has always conducted himself with courtesy and respect for others including myself and for that I thank him. As a fellow vet he will always have my respect plus I know if I take him on with words, I better be right and ready to get as good as or better than I give. That makes for good tolerant friends. When the chips are down and the political BS is over, we know we have each others back.
Oh I agree and try to do the same, but it seems like so many people on Topix use the anonymity as an excuse to be rude, crude, and disrespectful.
It also seems, in my humble opinion, that those who are "moderate" whether they lean left or right, are more apt to be civil.
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#171 Apr 9, 2013
wow, I can not honestly argue with your opinion. I would instead refer to what my old highschool instructor drilled into all who attended his classes.( your rights end where my nose begins and vice versa.) your right to descent derives from my willingness to fight for you to have that right and vice versa. If we as a people cease to be tolerant of others then we are doomed to be at each others throats.
High ideals, granted,but worth working for, I believe.
wow

Junction City, KS

#172 Apr 9, 2013
Beaner wrote:
wow, I can not honestly argue with your opinion. I would instead refer to what my old highschool instructor drilled into all who attended his classes.( your rights end where my nose begins and vice versa.) your right to descent derives from my willingness to fight for you to have that right and vice versa. If we as a people cease to be tolerant of others then we are doomed to be at each others throats.
High ideals, granted,but worth working for, I believe.
I had always considered myself moderate with a right leaning, but more and more find myself leaning left. It's really only been in the past 15 years that I really started paying attention to politics.
Do you think moderates are in the minority now?
Observation

Renton, WA

#173 Apr 10, 2013
Beaner wrote:
wow, I can not honestly argue with your opinion. I would instead refer to what my old highschool instructor drilled into all who attended his classes.( your rights end where my nose begins and vice versa.) your right to descent derives from my willingness to fight for you to have that right and vice versa. If we as a people cease to be tolerant of others then we are doomed to be at each others throats.
High ideals, granted,but worth working for, I believe.
Case in point of no toleration of others, North Korea...

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Lawrence Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
does anyone know of any churches in lawrence 1 hr mdefoe 1
Looking for someone.. (Nov '13) Dec 18 ArinAlderman 2
men wearing panties (Nov '09) Dec 17 ftilly boy 172
Men in Knickers (Oct '08) Dec 15 ftilly boy 1,206
Missing person please help. Nov '14 Wildcat 1
TV Anarchy in the War on Culture Nov '14 Culture Auditor 2
David Kimbrell (Nov '08) Oct '14 JSs 5
Lawrence Dating
Find my Match
More from around the web

Lawrence People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

Lawrence News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Lawrence

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]

NFL Latest News

Updated 4:55 pm PST

Yahoo! Sports 4:55PM
Seahawks, Packers and Panthers grab divisional titles
ESPN 5:02 PM
Seahawks rout Rams, seal NFC's No. 1 seed
Bleacher Report 5:05 PM
Did the Chargers Choke Away Playoff Berth in Week 17?
Bleacher Report 5:15 PM
St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks: Full Report Card Grades for St. Louis
Yahoo! Sports 6:27 PM
Seahawks take NFC top seed, Packers and Panthers win