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I was happy to serve w/ the Census. I forsee Kansas population remaining within the minimal growth range. A Republican governor will undue all the social progress (cutting educational funding) under Sebelius. This is an opportunity deferred.
On the other hand, a Republican governor is more likely to fix the debilitating debt problems left by the previous administrations and continue to keep Kansas government solvent, something his predecessors had no interest in doing.
Given that the GOP has been in control of the legislature for decades, where the budget is finalized, it seems unfair to blame the previous administration. Has there ever been a democratic majority in Kansas?
"Republican governor is more likely to fix the debilitating debt problems left by the previous administrations"
You do realize that Republicans have had a majority or super majority in both houses for at least the past 50 years? If there's a debilitating debt problem you need to point the finger at the ones passing the budgets and those who are in the majority.
Loks like to me, you carried your political bias into the work place and your statistics should not be counted. Thrown out.
Are you the one I threw off my property when you came nosing around asking more questions than the constitution specifies? I was happy to do that.
I was proud to participate in the census, answering only the constitutionally mandated question asking the number of residents in our household.
I would be more concerned with all of the corruption and small businesses being attacked
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