Mark Fletcher

United States

#85 Oct 30, 2010
Guaranteed non communist.
Markiemark

United States

#86 Oct 30, 2010
This is something to remember. Best guarantee someone to block this. Don't need another puppet. This was released this month. We are on the verge of being sold out.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced the Obama Administration would be working hand in glove with the U.N. to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty."
Disguised as legislation to help in the fight against “terrorism,”“insurgency” and “international crime syndicates,” the U.N.’s Small Arms Treaty is nothing more than a massive, GLOBAL gun control scheme.
If passed by the U.N. and ratified by the U.S. Senate, the U.N.’s Small Arms Treaty would almost certainly FORCE national governments to:
Enact tougher licensing requirements, making law-abiding citizens cut through even more bureaucratic red tape just to own a firearm legally;
CONFISCATE and DESTROY ALL “unauthorized” civilian firearms (all firearms owned by the government are excluded);
BAN the trade, sale and private ownership of ALL semi-automatic weapons;
Create an INTERNATIONAL gun registry, setting the stage for full-scale gun CONFISCATION.

Those blow money packages have come and gone. If this country continues, kids in diapers today, and their babies, will be paying for our present debt. The blow money went from buying cars and washing machines, to tatoo removal, banks/ bonuses, wind farms, GM, Mopar, entitlements, cash grants, Broadband, unions, food stamps, housing ass't, unemployment, Head Start, a San Fran vineyard choo choo tracks, money markets, schools, foreign jobs, medicaid, weatherizing homes, ect., things that really invented tangible jobs. Not one person can account for all the blow money. In one FL county, jobs were invented at the cost of over $220,000 per.

We got zoomed over the past two years. We may not recover. It will take an act of God.

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#87 Oct 31, 2010
The Kangaroo wrote:
<quoted text>
It's funny to see deficit hawkery from supporters of Junior Bush who wrecked the budget.
The budget has spiralled into deep deficit because of the Democrats who took control of all taxation and spending after the '06 election.
If you can find one of my posts where I said anything good about the liberal "W", then you have room to cry about duplicity.
Since I have never taken that position you look like the biggest fool on this thread.

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#88 Oct 31, 2010
Mark Fletcher wrote:
Guaranteed non communist.
Jack Warner, guaranteed non-communist and knows how to work for a living.
krazi somb itch

Wichita, KS

#89 Oct 31, 2010
I wish I could buy a fully automatic assault rifle made in the USA but all I got is this Kalashnikov made by commies. My refrigerator is made by Mexicans, my TV is made by Taiwanese, my clothes are made by Koreans and this computer is made by Chinese. Get on you foreign made telephone and call you foreign paid representative and tell them that you are fed up! If you live in Kansas and you vote republican, you're just sending the message that what they have been doing all this time is alright by you.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#90 Oct 31, 2010
cashman57 wrote:
<quoted text>
The budget has spiralled into deep deficit because of the Democrats who took control of all taxation and spending after the '06 election.
If you can find one of my posts where I said anything good about the liberal "W", then you have room to cry about duplicity.
Since I have never taken that position you look like the biggest fool on this thread.
Oh, you're a 'tarian? My apologies and condolences.

Either way, deficit hawkery is the ideology of losers.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#91 Oct 31, 2010
Mark Fletcher wrote:
Guaranteed non communist.
I enjoyed the story of how Moran rolled his eyes when staff told him he had to identify himself as a "conservative" and "pro-life".

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#92 Oct 31, 2010
krazi somb itch wrote:
I wish I could buy a fully automatic assault rifle made in the USA but all I got is this Kalashnikov made by commies. My refrigerator is made by Mexicans, my TV is made by Taiwanese, my clothes are made by Koreans and this computer is made by Chinese. Get on you foreign made telephone and call you foreign paid representative and tell them that you are fed up! If you live in Kansas and you vote republican, you're just sending the message that what they have been doing all this time is alright by you.
They shipped jobs overseas aided by NAFTA-CAFTA-GATT Dems.

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#93 Nov 1, 2010
The Kangaroo wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, you're a 'tarian? My apologies and condolences.
Either way, deficit hawkery is the ideology of losers.
So far it has worked well for me. Save for what you want and don't spend more money than you have.
Oh I know that to a liberal Democrat self sufficiency simply is not a goal. They have this strange notion that you can borrow your way to prosperity.
I don't think that anyone in their right mind would support what the Democrats are doing.
When you come down to what is right for the next generation the Libertarian philosophy is the only one that makes sense. The Democrats roared into powr in '06 claiming that the Republicans had mismanaged the time of Congress and duty of the Congress to do the People's business.They claimed that running the country on continuing resolutions was wrong and that they would have the budget don'e on April 15th as a symbol of their solidarity with people who files their taxes by that date.
So far that has not happened and they no longer even pretend to submit a budget on time and in full. There are people waiting for the budget to be complete so that those who have income subject to tax can figure out how to comply with the code.
What Democrat liberals fail to see is that making promises and then breaking them election after election comes back to bite them.
The number of people who call themselves Democrat keeps shrinking because Democrats pass huge spending bills without reading them and send them to the guy whose dog ate his birth certificate. That guy, the night before signing that huge spending bill, attended a White House party and got sloshed.
When he was making promises as to how he was going to work for the people and read every spending bill "line by line", he probably thought nobody was paying attention. When the bill passed by a Congress that didn't read it was signed by the guy whose dog ate his birth certificate and after he signed it he admitted to being "shocked" to learn how many people got a million dollar bonus which had to be borrowed from taxpayers who have not been born yet.
So, the liberal Democrat controlled Congress has approval ratings in the teens and low twenties.The guy whose dog ate his birth certificate is in the mid twenties and in fact about ¼ highly approve of the job the alleged president is doing.
On Teusday I would not be surprised to see many Libertarian candidates getting more votes than Democrats simply because the American voter is dissatisfied with the lazy way the Democrats do their job and the stupidity of the result of their "work".
So, laugh at Libertarians if you must but our approval rating is higher than yours.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#94 Nov 1, 2010
I'm not dsure a poll is available but if there's one showing Libertarians rated higher than Democrats, which I doubt, I'd like to see it. Most people have never heard of it. You've yet to get an electoral vote that wasn't a protest vote and you only got that once (for John Hospers in 1976 by a disgrunted Ford elector from Washington State), so for your party, growth of 400% means electing a couple of county commissioners.
rider

Marquette, MI

#95 Nov 1, 2010
Washington Times July 26, 1989---Google it Sam Brownback, R-Kan is a member of the Family - Democratic ...It has now been established that Sam Brownback, R-Kan is a member of the Family or C Street. It is a religious cult that many member of the ...
www.democraticunderground.com

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#96 Nov 1, 2010
The Kangaroo wrote:
I'm not dsure a poll is available but if there's one showing Libertarians rated higher than Democrats, which I doubt, I'd like to see it. Most people have never heard of it. You've yet to get an electoral vote that wasn't a protest vote and you only got that once (for John Hospers in 1976 by a disgrunted Ford elector from Washington State), so for your party, growth of 400% means electing a couple of county commissioners.
Have a look at the huge number of people who have left your party before commenting on others. For the second month in a row there record low numbers for Democrats.
People like you don't even understand why your party is losing members, losing power, losing money, and losing relevance.
The Democrats took control of all taxation and spending after the '06 elections. Since then they have yet to submit a budget on time, even when they set their own deadline, have yet to pass a balanced budget, have yet to enforce paygo, their "provision" for keeping the budget from sinking deeper and deeper into deficit.
They pass bills they don't read and send it to a man whjo can't understaqnd them and so he signs it. Later when he discovers how many people got a million dollar bonus from that signature he says he's "shocked".
Not quite up to his promise of reading every spending bill line by line, is he? Too much drinking going on?
He's the first prez to have his doctor tell him to cut back on the booze
Hopefully we can investigate how it is that someone who was not qualified to be on the ballot was foisted on America under the pretense he was born American.
Once we discover the depth and breadth of the fraud we can shut down the Democrat Party forever.
The marghin of victory for other than Democrat candidates will be huge.
daycare provider

Paola, KS

#97 Nov 1, 2010
Get out and VOTE!
rider

Marquette, MI

#98 Nov 1, 2010
cashman57 wrote:
<quoted text>
Have a look at the huge number of people who have left your party before commenting on others. For the second month in a row there record low numbers for Democrats.
People like you don't even understand why your party is losing members, losing power, losing money, and losing relevance.
The Democrats took control of all taxation and spending after the '06 elections. Since then they have yet to submit a budget on time, even when they set their own deadline, have yet to pass a balanced budget, have yet to enforce paygo, their "provision" for keeping the budget from sinking deeper and deeper into deficit.
They pass bills they don't read and send it to a man whjo can't understaqnd them and so he signs it. Later when he discovers how many people got a million dollar bonus from that signature he says he's "shocked".
Not quite up to his promise of reading every spending bill line by line, is he? Too much drinking going on?
He's the first prez to have his doctor tell him to cut back on the booze
Hopefully we can investigate how it is that someone who was not qualified to be on the ballot was foisted on America under the pretense he was born American.
Once we discover the depth and breadth of the fraud we can shut down the Democrat Party forever.
The marghin of victory for other than Democrat candidates will be huge.
Are You refering to the paygo like bush had?
rider

Marquette, MI

#99 Nov 1, 2010
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Email Comments 5,113 Reports that two Supreme Court Justices have attended seminars sponsored by the energy giant and conservative bankroller Koch Industries has sparked a mild debate over judicial ethics.

On Tuesday evening, the New York Times reported that an upcoming meeting in Palm Springs of "a secretive network of Republican donors" that was being organized by Koch Industries, "the longtime underwriter of libertarian causes." Buried in the third to last graph was a note that previous guests at such meetings included Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, two of the more conservative members of the bench.

It's not rare for a Justice to attend a seminar sponsored by a group with judicial or political interests. Members of the court, for instances, often speak at academic institutions or think tanks. Virtually all companies, meanwhile, are affected by the judicial branch. So long as Scalia and Thomas did not participate in overt partisan activities, there would be no apparent conflict of interest.

"There is nothing to prevent Supreme Court justices from hanging out with people who have political philosophies," said Steven Lubet, a professor of law at Northwestern University who teaches courses on Legal Ethics.

But the Koch event appears more political than, say, the Aspen Ideas festival. In its own invitation, it was described as a "twice a year" gathering "to review strategies for combating the multitude of public policies that threaten to destroy America as we know it." In addition, it's not entirely clear what the two Justices did at the Koch event. A copy of the invitation that served as the basis for the Times's report was posted by the liberal blog Think Progress. It provided no additional clues. A call to the Supreme Court and an email to a Koch Industries spokesperson meanwhile were not immediately returned.

Faced with a lack of concrete information, and cognizant of Koch's fairly intense history of political involvement, legal ethicists are urging for more disclosure.

"This is certainly worth more reporting," said Stephen Gillers, a professor of law at New York University. "It is intriguing because the Koch brothers are so politically active and identify with a point of view. I know I would be curious to know exactly what forums the Justices went to. Obviously they could not go to a strategy session about how to elect more Republicans. On the other hand if it was a forum on the meaning of the First Amendment and it didn't involve strategy or fundraising a Justice could appear... It's fascinating and it merits more reporting
Saviour Dimoh

Osage City, KS

#100 Nov 1, 2010
I'm a democrate.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#101 Nov 1, 2010
cashman57 wrote:
<quoted text>
Have a look at the huge number of people who have left your party before commenting on others. For the second month in a row there record low numbers for Democrats.
People like you don't even understand why your party is losing members, losing power, losing money, and losing relevance.
The Democrats took control of all taxation and spending after the '06 elections. Since then they have yet to submit a budget on time, even when they set their own deadline, have yet to pass a balanced budget, have yet to enforce paygo, their "provision" for keeping the budget from sinking deeper and deeper into deficit.
They pass bills they don't read and send it to a man whjo can't understaqnd them and so he signs it. Later when he discovers how many people got a million dollar bonus from that signature he says he's "shocked".
Not quite up to his promise of reading every spending bill line by line, is he? Too much drinking going on?
He's the first prez to have his doctor tell him to cut back on the booze
Hopefully we can investigate how it is that someone who was not qualified to be on the ballot was foisted on America under the pretense he was born American.
Once we discover the depth and breadth of the fraud we can shut down the Democrat Party forever.
The marghin of victory for other than Democrat candidates will be huge.
Oh my stars we got a 'tarian birther here. Let's treat 'im nice.

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#102 Nov 2, 2010
rider wrote:
<quoted text>Are You refering to the paygo like bush had?
I can always tell when I am reading a post from a clueless idiot. Instead of talking about what the Democrats have done since '06, they whine about "W" ,a man who has not been in office for years.
Pelosi and Reid came up with "paygo" to convince Americans they were serious about debt, but, in true Democrat fashion they simply ignored it and stuck us with a trillion dollar debt.
If you vote for the Democrat you are saying you don't mind lazy and stupid leadership in DC that passes bills they have not read and sent them to a man who can not understand them so he gets drunk and signs them anyway.
We need a breathalyzer in the Oval Office to make sure "0" isn't sloshed while pretending to be president.
Then we need to slap the "W" haters into reality where the Democrats have been in charge of all taxation and spending after the '06 elections.
So, the choice is yours, vote for stupid and lazy leadership or someone who will represent Kansans.

Since: Mar 07

Atwood, KS

#104 Nov 2, 2010
People from Wetmore MI have no effect on the outcome of a Kansas election and should be ignored.

“Conscience of the Hearland”

Since: Oct 10

Junction City KS

#105 Nov 2, 2010
Kansas has not had a good U.S. Senator since Bob Dole and Nancy Landon Kassebaum both retired. Pat Roberts had promise with his record on agriculture in the House but he turned out be just another right-wing backbencher. Brownbag, though, is the a Number One christofascist in Congress. Moran has potential, his eye-rolling may be a "dog whistle" that he's not the extremist nut his ads against Tihart in the primary made him out to be.

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