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On Letter: Spirit lacking


Joe Hyde 5 years, 3 months ago

Every politician we elect -- local, state, federal -- as well as the candidates who didn't garner enough votes to win their election bid, each has his or her own personal spirituality in varying degrees and at various times. Like everybody.

Is there a certain political decision-making process, event or trend that you object to? Has something in particular motivated you to write this letter? If so, please specify; there are plenty folks available here whose outlooks on political and spiritual matters cover just about every angle imaginable, and who'd be happy to post comments and/or offer advice that might help solve the problem.

Soliciting their opinions is as much fun as tossing a pork chop into a kennel full of hungry Rottweilers.

Paul R Getto 5 years, 3 months ago

Answer? When we started electing some of these Klowns. Wake up, SHEEPLE. Register, study the issues and VOTE. Sam was elected by about 31% Of those ELIGIBLE to vote. That is sad, folks.

BTW...Lincoln was no saint, just a good politician who knew how to cut a deal. Our current leaders need to do that soon. We must all pay more and take less.

Richard Heckler 5 years, 3 months ago

Sam Brownback was also the largest spender....... by far in spite of his name recognition.

Why do voters consistently vote out the lowest spending candidates? Could be the best candidates with the smallest access to money are not seeing vote support which does not encourage them to run.

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