August 7th Election,
Tea party sympathizer

Wichita, KS

#1 Jul 21, 2012
Sheriff Russells latest little post card lists:
Relentless Pursuit of criminals ? Plenty vague. Pursuit in vehicles that this county can't afford. Usurping the job of the state Highway patrol. I've yet to see a Sheriff vehicle patrolling a county road
Halt illegal drug activity, Yeah that'll be the day, The famous "war on Drugs" has been a dismal failure since it's inception by Richard Nixon. Kansas is busy ruining the lives of scores of it's citizens for doing things that Our president had no compunction doing all through his High school and college life, our neighbors in Colorado are waking up to the fact That Marijuana possession shouldn't result in lifelong stigma. Using these antiquated drug laws to scare the local populous and using asset confiscation laws to legally rob citizens is as much a racket as that which you prfess to fight.
Should read High persecution rather than prosecution Rates
Keep Chautauqua County safe as if it were safe to begin with.and Caring? Nice but meaningless touchy feely word. Where's the pictures of the puppies?(LOL)
in over 50 yrs I've yet to have the CQ Co SO solve one burglary or theft case.You've hoodwinked the citizens into building that eyesore of a jail on an otherwise nice looking courthouse square. You are just as bad in your spending habits as that disaster of a President that we are saddled with . WE need to vote out of office all officials that spend money that we don't have.
Unfortunately there isn't anyone else running that looks much better. It's a sad fact of our times we only seem to have a choice among losers for almost all elected offices from local up to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave . Instead of the traditional To protect and Serve , The current Sheriff's regime may as well have "patrol and Control" on it's car doors. I feel like they are more an "Occupying force " than servants of the citizens.
Tea party sympathizer

Wichita, KS

#2 Jul 21, 2012
From the Blaze

Itís a good thing Nanny Guvment is there to save us from ourselves. Otherwise, who knows what terrible things we would do. We might smoke something other than weed in the San Francisco great outdoors.(Itís okay. Itís for my chronic hiccups.) Or try to purchase more than sixteen ounces of soda in New York.

Itís amazing the extremes the civil government goes to protect us. I feel like Iím reading The Onion anytime I see an article on the TSA (TSA agents make fun of deaf man, eat his bag of candy in front of him while he criesÖ yes, befuddled brain, you did just read that). I wonder how far it will go. I just got another speeding ticket recently. I was driving the speed of traffic safely, of course. I am without a doubt positive that the most dangerous things about the whole scenario were the cop speeding recklessly to catch up with me, my rapid deceleration onto the shoulder, and my white-knuckle re-entrance into speeding traffic. The rather polite officer told me he was just doing his jobÖ that there had been a lot of wrecks on that stretch. I wonder why.

But the real story here is not that government officials are too involved in our personal lives and choices (which they are), that their remedies are usually worse than the disease (which they are), or that we donít seem to know whatís good for us (which we never have). The real story is the fact that we as Americans just donít want to take responsibility for our actions, so the entity that has taken over in that capacity, the civil government, feels it has the right to take away our right to choose. You know:ďFun, fun, fun ítil her daddy takes the T-bird awayĒ kind of stuff. They gave us the car, now they want to tell us how to drive it.(Well they didnít give you the carÖ but they did take yours and give it to an Obama supporter in Roanoke.) Weíre being treated more and more like nursery babies because we have allowed, and even asked, the civil government to take the responsibility for the bad things that happen to us (or that we bring on ourselves).

Itís difficult to live free. Itís not secure. In a free society, if you screw up, you have to pay for it. If you do stupid things and hurt yourself and others, you have to bear the brunt of your folly. Most people in our country say they want to be free. But they really donít. They might shed a few tears when they have to get their diaper changed and the cold air hits their little bum-bums, but they like their security blanket. Our country is no longer well-peopled with the kind of noble souls who agree mutually to pledge life, property, and sacred honor to the cause of liberty. And until we have those kind of citizens in large supply again, Big Motherís gonna make sure to put rubber bumpers on the sharp corners of our ornamental rights.

Read more: h ttp://politicaloutcast.com/201 2/07/u-s-citizens-detained-for -smuggling-chocolate-eggs/#ixz z21JMNWlIG
Working Man

Cedar Vale, KS

#3 Jul 21, 2012
Tea party sympathizer wrote:
From the Blaze
Itís a good thing Nanny Guvment is there to save us from ourselves. Otherwise, who knows what terrible things we would do. We might smoke something other than weed in the San Francisco great outdoors.(Itís okay. Itís for my chronic hiccups.) Or try to purchase more than sixteen ounces of soda in New York.
Itís amazing the extremes the civil government goes to protect us. I feel like Iím reading The Onion anytime I see an article on the TSA (TSA agents make fun of deaf man, eat his bag of candy in front of him while he criesÖ yes, befuddled brain, you did just read that). I wonder how far it will go. I just got another speeding ticket recently. I was driving the speed of traffic safely, of course. I am without a doubt positive that the most dangerous things about the whole scenario were the cop speeding recklessly to catch up with me, my rapid deceleration onto the shoulder, and my white-knuckle re-entrance into speeding traffic. The rather polite officer told me he was just doing his jobÖ that there had been a lot of wrecks on that stretch. I wonder why.
But the real story here is not that government officials are too involved in our personal lives and choices (which they are), that their remedies are usually worse than the disease (which they are), or that we donít seem to know whatís good for us (which we never have). The real story is the fact that we as Americans just donít want to take responsibility for our actions, so the entity that has taken over in that capacity, the civil government, feels it has the right to take away our right to choose. You know:ďFun, fun, fun ítil her daddy takes the T-bird awayĒ kind of stuff. They gave us the car, now they want to tell us how to drive it.(Well they didnít give you the carÖ but they did take yours and give it to an Obama supporter in Roanoke.) Weíre being treated more and more like nursery babies because we have allowed, and even asked, the civil government to take the responsibility for the bad things that happen to us (or that we bring on ourselves).
Itís difficult to live free. Itís not secure. In a free society, if you screw up, you have to pay for it. If you do stupid things and hurt yourself and others, you have to bear the brunt of your folly. Most people in our country say they want to be free. But they really donít. They might shed a few tears when they have to get their diaper changed and the cold air hits their little bum-bums, but they like their security blanket. Our country is no longer well-peopled with the kind of noble souls who agree mutually to pledge life, property, and sacred honor to the cause of liberty. And until we have those kind of citizens in large supply again, Big Motherís gonna make sure to put rubber bumpers on the sharp corners of our ornamental rights.
Read more: h ttp://politicaloutcast.com/201 2/07/u-s-citizens-detained-for -smuggling-chocolate-eggs/#ixz z21JMNWlIG
Richard,
Get a job like most of us in the county. I forgot, then you would have to pay back the money we provided to get you your education. I think they call that freeloading off the rest of us. Big words and the lack of willingness to work to make a living make your words worthless. You are lazy and your words are meaningless dribble.
Willie Wonka

Hennessey, OK

#4 Jul 24, 2012
Tea Party Sympathizer,
Headlines:At least 12 dead, 59 injured in Colorado theater shooting during ...
Tell me more about how legalizing drugs is good in Colorado.
Really

Cedar Vale, KS

#5 Jul 24, 2012
Willie Wonka wrote:
Tea Party Sympathizer,
Headlines:At least 12 dead, 59 injured in Colorado theater shooting during ...
Tell me more about how legalizing drugs is good in Colorado.
Hey Willie, someone is more likely to get aggressive or jacked up from chocolate than pot, or did you think that Reefer Madness was a documentary?
Tired

Hartford, KS

#6 Jul 25, 2012
Tea party sympathizer wrote:
Sheriff Russells latest little post card lists:
Relentless Pursuit of criminals ? Plenty vague. Pursuit in vehicles that this county can't afford. Usurping the job of the state Highway patrol. I've yet to see a Sheriff vehicle patrolling a county road
Halt illegal drug activity, Yeah that'll be the day, The famous "war on Drugs" has been a dismal failure since it's inception by Richard Nixon. Kansas is busy ruining the lives of scores of it's citizens for doing things that Our president had no compunction doing all through his High school and college life, our neighbors in Colorado are waking up to the fact That Marijuana possession shouldn't result in lifelong stigma. Using these antiquated drug laws to scare the local populous and using asset confiscation laws to legally rob citizens is as much a racket as that which you prfess to fight.
Should read High persecution rather than prosecution Rates
Keep Chautauqua County safe as if it were safe to begin with.and Caring? Nice but meaningless touchy feely word. Where's the pictures of the puppies?(LOL)
in over 50 yrs I've yet to have the CQ Co SO solve one burglary or theft case.You've hoodwinked the citizens into building that eyesore of a jail on an otherwise nice looking courthouse square. You are just as bad in your spending habits as that disaster of a President that we are saddled with . WE need to vote out of office all officials that spend money that we don't have.
Unfortunately there isn't anyone else running that looks much better. It's a sad fact of our times we only seem to have a choice among losers for almost all elected offices from local up to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave . Instead of the traditional To protect and Serve , The current Sheriff's regime may as well have "patrol and Control" on it's car doors. I feel like they are more an "Occupying force " than servants of the citizens.
Sheriff Russells wouldn't patrol county roads in Montgomery or Elk Counties either.
wow

Hutchinson, KS

#7 Aug 6, 2012
Willie Wonka wrote:
Tea Party Sympathizer,
Headlines:At least 12 dead, 59 injured in Colorado theater shooting during ...
Tell me more about how legalizing drugs is good in Colorado.
He was flipping crazy not a stoner,ignorance really is bliss huh!!!!!

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