Archive for Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Latest poll shows Morrison leading state’s AG race

Phill Kline revives 15-year-old allegation, says ‘no weasel needed’ in office

October 17, 2006


Atty. Gen. Phill Kline on Monday brought up a 15-year-old sexual harassment claim against Democratic challenger Paul Morrison, a move that Morrison's wife called "malicious" and proof that Kline had lost his "moral compass."

"I hope that when Phill Kline goes home to his family tonight that he feels ashamed of what he did today," Joyce Morrison said, adding that the accusations of sexual harassment were unfounded and had been dismissed from federal court for lack of evidence.

Kline spoke of the allegations as a new poll showed Morrison surging ahead of Kline 56 percent to 43 percent, a 16 percentage point swing in one month. In September, the SurveyUSA poll had Kline at 51 percent and Morrison at 48 percent.

Just hours before the poll results were released, Kline and Kansas Republican Party Executive Director Ron Freeman had a news conference where they brought up the sexual harassment lawsuit, saying it was proof that Morrison had misrepresented his leadership as Johnson County district attorney as being scandal-free.

In 1991, the Johnson County victims witness coordinator said she had been sexually harassed by her boss, Morrison.

But in 1992, the complaint was dismissed by the Equal Opportunity Commission. Later in the year, a federal court dismissed her lawsuit too.

Paul Morrison, a Democrat, at the debate with Republican candidate Atty. Gen. Phill Kline Thursday night at Wichita State University.

Paul Morrison, a Democrat, at the debate with Republican candidate Atty. Gen. Phill Kline Thursday night at Wichita State University.

Atty. Gen. Phill Kline at a debate with challenger Paul Morrison at Wichita State University.

Atty. Gen. Phill Kline at a debate with challenger Paul Morrison at Wichita State University.

Kline and Freeman talked about the case in front of the Topeka Zoo because Freeman said "at the Topeka Zoo we have no weasels, and we believe we don't need a weasel in the AG's office in Kansas."

After the news conference, Joyce Morrison spoke with reporters.

"We've known Phill a long time. I don't know when Phill lost his moral compass," she said.

"I don't understand how a person who claims family values can go out and attack another person's family," she said.

Kline's campaign provided reporters with copies of a portion of the deposition of the woman who complained against Morrison. In the statement, she said Morrison made a pass at her while they and others from the office were drinking at a bar.

Morrison's campaign said the accusations were "utterly false."

Kline said he was justified in bringing up the lawsuit because Morrison often has mentioned that Kline's nephew, whom Kline had hired to be his driver, had been arrested on drug charges, and that Bryan Brown, whom Kline hired as director of the attorney general office's consumer affairs division, had been arrested a dozen times as an anti-abortion protester.

"I've known about the sexual harassment lawsuit for some time and have been reticent to speak of it, but when Mr. Morrison repeated his claim that he had not been with a whiff of scandal, and he continuously attacked my family and falsely misrepresented Mr. Brown's service to this state ... I said enough is enough," Kline said.

Morrison's wife said the two situations were different because Kline as the chief law enforcement official in the state had hired people with criminal records.

During the Kline and Freeman news conference, Freeman also accused Morrison of settling a murder case "so he could spend more time on the campaign trail."

Morrison's campaign said the allegation was false.

The case involved the murder of David Harmon in 1982. The case was unsolved for 24 years until earlier this year when Melinda Raisch, who was Harmon's former wife, and Mark Manglesdorf pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 10 to 20 years in prison. The two will be eligible for parole in 5 1/2 years.

Concerning the poll, the survey showed Morrison, who had trailed in September by three points, now leads by 13 points.

Kline has lost his lead mostly by losing Republicans in western Kansas and Wichita. Kline had led by 20 percentage points in Wichita, and he now trails by 15. In western Kansas, the two candidates are tied; last month Kline led by 28 points.

The poll was taken Oct. 13-15, and surveyed 531 likely voters. The poll, conducted for KCTV-Kansas City and KWCH-Wichita, had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percent.

The Kline campaign dismissed the poll, saying the automated telephone surveys are "notoriously inaccurate."


Kodiac 11 years, 8 months ago


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ctutgo 11 years, 8 months ago

Serious issues. But the issue everyone should be concerned with is Kline's attempt to legalize violations of patient confidentiallity. This long held moral code, now enforced by HIPAA regulations, is in force for a reason. Without the utmost confidence of provider/patient confidentiallity, patients would be inclined to withhold vital information that could compromise their care. This issue should frighten everyone; I know it does me.

Baille 11 years, 8 months ago

Did forget, Citizen. Fresh from the archives:

"Attorney General Carla Stovall on Tuesday called on Phill Kline to make public an FBI report written about him when he was nominated to be U.S. attorney for Kansas.

"Kline, a former legislator who withdrew his nomination for the federal post this past year, is now running for the Republican nomination to succeed Stovall, who isn't seeking a third term as the state's chief law enforcement officer.

"Stovall, who a year ago urged U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft not to appoint Kline to the prosecutor's post, said she didn't know what was in the FBI report. But she said releasing it could "resolve questions" about Kline's qualifications.

""The people of Kansas have a right to know," she said. "They have a right to make an informed decision on August 6, and cannot do that when Kline refuses to divulge important information that only he can release."

"At a news conference of his own Tuesday morning, Kline said he hadn't asked for a copy of the FBI report and didn't know how long it might take him to get one.

"But later in the day, campaign manager J.D. Johannes said Kline didn't intend to ask for a copy.

"Why would he want it?" Johannes said. "He knows what's in it.""

Then tell us Phill. What is in your FBI report?

rhd99 11 years, 8 months ago

Sorry, Loudmouth, weasels in the wild are intelligent, unlike Phil Kline who is like a blood sucker with no brains, who takes away OUR FREEDOMS with no reasonable cause established! END OF LINE, KLINE!

Frank Smith 11 years, 8 months ago

No one who has followed the slimy reign of Phill Kline should be surprised at these tactics. They would have expected nothing less. On the other hand, it appears that the Republican party has officially begun the sludgefest with Ron Freeman joining the sliming.

Kansan voters are sick of these tactics. When close Kline ally Connie Morris (he refused to prosecute her), who is another supposed "Christian" officeholder was tossed out by primary voters after the validity, not just the extravagance of her billing taxpayers for almost $3,000 in personal expenses was challenged, she claimed,
"...the 'lying liberal media' defeated her."

"The media assassinated me," Morris contended. "They did everything they could to ruin my character, my reputation. I wish I could go through all the stories to tell you how they were either blatant lies or gross misinterpretations of the facts."

"We just had a lot coming against us," (including) "a lot of well-funded, loud, obnoxious, rude people who have no ethics and morals, and they don't bat an eye at lying and manipulating the truth."

Nor do such liberal opportunists mind "slandering people and harming their families and their reputation and their business and their communities and their state," Morris continued. "It's a shame," she added. "It's a shame, and I feel bad for them when they face God on Judgment Day."

2006-08-11 --

The oily Kansas Republican Assembly and its campaign consulting arm, Kris Van Meteren's "The Source," of Topeka that boasts these creeps as clients, have never been known to be shy about twisting the facts.

dirkleisure 11 years, 8 months ago

Wow. Where are the Kline trolls? On most AG stories, they have praised his high moral standards and impeccable legal credentials several times over by now.

Kline trolls? Where are you, Kline trolls?

haggisgirl 11 years, 8 months ago

What a hypocrit. When I asked the following question in his recent on-line chat, he called it character assassination. "If re-elected will you agree to stop hiring people with criminal records to work in the Attorney General's office?

Attorney General Phill Kline: ... Its time to deal with the real issues Kansans are concerned with not this continued mischaracterization and character assasination of those who are not even involved in running for office."

He never did answer my question.

lelly 11 years, 8 months ago

The best thing I can say about Mr Kline is that I will enjoy reading his name as I skim past it to mark my ballot for Mr Morrison.

emtid4u 11 years, 8 months ago

You know Crime and Kline rhyme. They go hand in hand.

Are the consumers protected by him and his Criminal head of the division. What kind of leverage would a corporation have against a man who soes not respect the law. Phill Kline needs to be prosecuted for all of the wrong doings.

I know my vote is with Morrison and most all persons I have talked to are voting as I am.

Morrison Rocks!

I just hope he cleans house when he gets there because Kline has hired more than one who likes to violate the law.

Right Korby!!!

Korby I see Bars in your future, you can room next to Phill and Rex. You have no excuse you were taught at KLETC just like I was.

princess 11 years, 8 months ago

The worm is squirming on the hook!

I love it!!

Bye bye Philly ole boy! Don't let the door hit ya on the ass on the way out!

oldgoof 11 years, 8 months ago

Yup....this is certainly the Phill I know.
.. Now everyone be prepared for the s*** he will throw at Morrison through TV ads for the next few weeks....but don't believe a word of it.

rhd99 11 years, 8 months ago

Ladies & Gentlemen, this is good, keep it up. The more we can expose Kline for the man he really is now until election day, the more chances he will be voted OUT. Spread the word to your friends. We need more Morrison supporters to come out & vote Kline out of office. Kline is a terrible threat to us all, & must be stopped!

Bobo Fleming 11 years, 8 months ago

Im voting for Kline. Hope you all do too.

emtid4u 11 years, 8 months ago


If your handle denotes what you do then you know all Criminals find Jesus. The idea is, if I look good people will think I am good. Commit a crime and tell everyone you were possessed by Satan.

The bible warns against false Prophets. Can we question Phills morals? Absolutely! To many people have there eyes wide shut. Kline has broke the law! Kline believes he is above the law.

Can you handel the truth?? If you have any good investigative ability you will find Kline is a criminal. If you need help just look and compare him to Jim Baker.

sailboat44 11 years, 8 months ago

Thank you, Phill Kline, for bringing up the best reason yet to vote for Paul Morrison. When faced with false accusations and possible public embarrassment...PAUL DID THE RIGHT THING!! He did not attempt to cover up, he did not lie, he let the legal process work and, lo and behold, he was vindicated! Not only that, he ran for higher office knowing this "scandal" was in the archives. Guess the truth really does set you free!

Baille 11 years, 8 months ago

Which would be fine. The AG's office should not be a particularly partisan position anyway. Enofrcing the laws should not be a function of one's party or religion. Unfortunately, Kline has treated it as a policy-making position, which I assume is based on his aspirations to be governor.

willie_wildcat 11 years, 8 months ago

Wow! Ol Phil must really be desparate if he saying things like that. What a scumbag plain and simple! Dirty dirty dirty! And now he has Ron Freeman chiming in?!?! I could go on and on about these two but I will sum it up when I say desparate times call for desparate measures huh? My vote will still go for Morrison.

staff04 11 years, 8 months ago

"He is doing exactly what his constituents asked him to do."

His constituents are every resident of Kansas that are of legal voting age. The same people who were polled. The same people who now say they prefer Morrison over Kline. I don't think that is evidence that he is doing "exactly what his constituents asked him to do."

He may be doing exactly what his conservative base asked him to do, but he clearly is not doing exactly what his constituents asked him to do, as evidenced by this poll and gawd-willing, on November 7.

Laura Watkins 11 years, 8 months ago

Pedophile supporters? I thought pedophilia was a republican thing...coughMarkFoleycough.

werekoala 11 years, 8 months ago

GOOD. On the one hand, you have a posturing, pandering say-anything-to-get-elected powermonger trying to leverae this office into a political career.

On the other hand you have a middle-of-the-road candidate who has been doing a very similar job to the one he is campaigning for for 16 years, and by all accounts, doing it well.

Just compare the 2 scenarios the Kline campaign has tried to make equivalent. Kline is criticized for actively employing former felons (which is unquestionable fact); while Morrison has acusations leveled over a decade ago, and he is exonerated by 2 separate hearings. Not at all the same thing, and to my mind, an act of desperation from the Kline campaign.

Isn't this like the 4th or 5th time Kline's campaign has come up with some spurrious, retraction-worthy bit of muck to throw at Morrison? Are people finally getting tired of Kline's schtick?

Kansas needs solid, dependable, and experienced elected officials. Not partisan hacks like Kline.

jayhawks71 11 years, 8 months ago

"In 1991, the Johnson County victims witness coordinator said she had been sexually harassed by her boss, Morrison.

But in 1992, the complaint was dismissed by the Equal Opportunity Commission. Later in the year, a federal court dismissed her lawsuit too."

I like legal minds in office that realize that one is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law; in the eyes of the law, Morrison did NOT sexually harrass the woman.

A "scandal" is not when someone is acquitted of an ACCUSATION of wrongdoing. Anyone can be investigated for nearly any action; scandals involve violations of trust that are founded (e.g., marital infidelity, lying under oath, conspiracy to cover up a wrongdoing, etc...)

Clearly, innocent until proven guilty is not in Mr. Kline's vocabulary and as the Attorney General, THAT is very frightening to me. The AG is the chief law enforcement official in the state and to blur the line between an accusation and a conviction (not unheard of under Kline and his data mining) is the LAST mistake an AG should make.

heysoos 11 years, 8 months ago

"Posted by Patriotman (anonymous) on October 17, 2006 at 12:44 p.m. (Suggest removal)


I'll ask you once to refrain from the threatening posts. You are in violation of the LJW forum rules and I am insisting that you cease your threats."

In response to:

"Posted by Katara (anonymous) on October 17, 2006 at 12:06 p.m. (Suggest removal)

@ Patriotman

Isn't that the same link that engagehorn posted before he was banned?"

Are you high, Patriotman? Threatening? Do you realize how silly you sound?

rhd99 11 years, 8 months ago

MORRISON! MORRISON! MORRISON! It is time for the sun to set on Phil Kline's MISERABLE tenure as AG. Get out there in November, Fellow Kansans, & LET'S issue KLINE THE PINK SLIP! Kline, SO LONG, SUCKER!

cavtrooper 11 years, 8 months ago

"..lost his moral compass." I didn't think he had one. Much less the morals to need a compass. Hey voters, remember this on election day: Kline's a walking slime mold. Morrison is a stand-up guy(for a politican). YOUR CHOICE (I'm a nominal conservitive but I know where my vote is going)

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

At Patriotman - since you dislike the @ and I would never want you to feel threatened for your safety as should no one on this forum should feel that way.

We should be able to express our opinions without having to look over our shoulders for an angry personality who has lots of free time on their hands to make trouble.

Your comments to HGA can be taken seriously as threatening. You have addressed HGA as if you know your HGA's name (Grail would be a shortened verison of that poster name, not Gale).

You have implied that you know where HGA lives (why bring up Baldwin?).

Other posters have noticed the tone of your posts in reference to HGA. I know I have. Take a look at any of the threads where she has posted & you have posted.

If you honestly and truly believe that I have behaved in a threatening manner toward you, you are more than welcome to take it up with the moderators. I can accept their decision. Can you?

Anyone can review my entire comment history and see I have threatened no one.

Baille 11 years, 8 months ago

So anyone have any information about what is in Kline's FBI file that would necessitate withdrawing his name from consideration as a U.S. attorney?

I mean he has already been slapped by the Kansas Supreme Court for unethical conduct. He has ignored court orders. He has lied about the efficacy of his fishing expedition through 90 people's medical records. He has put the tax-exempt status of several Kansas churches in jeopardy out of his own self-interest and aggrandizement. And now, desperate to maintain his position, he mucks around in a 15 year-old claim that has been shown to be unfounded, unsubstantiated, and wholly without merit. Nice guy. Christian posterboy.

Wonder what is in that file?

xenophonschild 11 years, 8 months ago

Amen. Kline is another Savonarola, a wannabee demagogue who cares little for the law or the AG's office; he wants to inherit Pat Roberts' Senate seat someday.

Kline needs to be beaten, decisively, to show others that his brand of malignancy will not be tolerated in Kansas.

BOE 11 years, 8 months ago

" staff04 October 17, 2006 at 11:31 a.m

" " He is doing exactly what his constituents asked him to do. " "

His constituents are every resident of Kansas that are of legal voting age. "



Phill has forgotten that he is an officer of the court, behaving as though he has created a fourth branch of Government.

average 11 years, 8 months ago

Hadn't Phill gotten the memo about standing one step away? Letting some 'advocacy group' put it out there? Of course he knows that. Phill and Ron standing for the cameras and saying it... it's not balls, it's desperation. It's such a weak ploy that it's only newsworthy because Phill said the crap personally.

drewdun 11 years, 8 months ago

If its conman reincarnated, don't bother trying to reason with him. He's a joke.

BOE 11 years, 8 months ago

I'm voting for be sent to the private sector.

yuk, yuk

youngitized 11 years, 8 months ago

Another desperate attempt by Kline to undermine his own inadequacies. He's just throwing crap or as we call it mudslinging. So long Phill. Maybe see you in my church, but not as Attorney General, (sneer).

white_mountain 11 years, 8 months ago

Doesn't seem very Christian of Kline to drag a man's name through the mud and hurt his family with ugly allegations that were tossed out of court years ago.

Can we stick to the issues please Mr. Kline.

Cait McKnelly 11 years, 8 months ago

Actually, there WAS a weasel in the Topeka Zoo. Phill Kline was there, doing the same thing a weasel does when it's cornered, baring it's teeth and going for the throat. What an act of complete and total desperation. For a fraction of a heartbeat there I almost felt sorry for him. Good thing I came to my senses, huh?

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

@ Patriotman

Isn't that the same link that engagehorn posted before he was banned?

DaREEKKU 11 years, 8 months ago

GOODBYE Kline! You worthless pile of pond-scum..

Citizen 11 years, 8 months ago

Has everyone forgot about how Phil Kline had to drop out when he was nominated to a federal appeals court judge position by President Bush? Then Attorney General Carla Stoval (Republican) said he should tell everyone what was in his FBI record that made him withdraw. He wouldn't. With everything going on in Washington with Republicans going after young kids I think he should tell us what was in his record.

rhd99 11 years, 8 months ago

Nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah nah, hey hey hey, BYE KLINE! Get lost, LOSER! Don't let the door hit you on the way out.

prioress 11 years, 8 months ago

Ahh, the death throes of the Kline reign...bye bye Phillllll!

Don't hold your breath, but I remain slightly optimistic. Smears and dirty tricks work; they are generally the first arrow out of the Republican quiver. Whom would the TEACHER slander in a negative ad?

BTW: Great cartoon in the KC Star this morning: Preacher (actually G.W.B.) says: "Now, let us all sing hymn number 503..."What a friend we have in a stay-the-course, family-values, anti-abortion, ban-the-homos, conservative rightwing Republican Jesus."

rhd99 11 years, 8 months ago

Latest Poll is GOOOD. Philly Cream Cheese Kline doesn't have ANYTHING on Morrison. Oh, Cream Puff Kline thinks that just because a sexual harrassment lawsuit was leveled against Morrison that Morrison is unfit for the AG job in Kansas. THINK AGAIN PHIL! Morrison was cleared of sexual harrasment charges, pal! Your time is up! Start packing your bags, KLINE! As one line in a movie clearly describes Kline extremely well, "Keep the change you filthy animal!"

Baille 11 years, 8 months ago

They know. The can smell the rotting carcass of Phill's political career.

roger_o_thornhill 11 years, 8 months ago

This is a sight that I have seen referenced several times on this forum (or whatever you call it). Everyone should look at it and see where some of these folks are coming from. Honestly it reminds me of the videos I've seen on the web that claim that the WTC was taken down by controlled demolition. It's like a weather gun in AK that allows the Navy to "shoot" weather patterns anywhere they find it advantageous.

Sheer crackpottery!

white_mountain 11 years, 8 months ago

in front of the Topeka Zoo???

Now that's odd.

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

Observer what makes you think P-man is Groenhagen? All clues point to Cman.

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

Ah I was wondering about the cancer remark, too.

Kansassunflower 11 years, 8 months ago

I've seen a bumper sticker in Johnson County that says it best:

De-Kline Kansas!

xenophonschild 11 years, 8 months ago

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djazz 11 years, 8 months ago

Probably have to go with Morrison. Bible thumping is all well and good when you go to church, but not to assemble folks afterwards for a fundraiser.

For squeaky clean, refer to Bill Clinton and Hillary.

They would be the models.

Kline a little too desperate to suffice in this election. On Ryun and Boyd, she seems a little desperate, but havn't made my mind up on that.

Probably the sane thing to do would be vote everyone out, including your judges. Cush job, and don't work much. And NO ONE ever votes them out?

Jim_Nash 11 years, 8 months ago


The similarities are purposeful.

Engagehorn is an anagram for Groenhagen.

Now Patriotman?

Jeez! How long before he gets banned this time.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

Xeno, I'd rather discuss how we work together to make Kansas the cool state that it is.

The sad thing is that people want to make it about their egos and it isn't. They want to make it about who wins and who loses but I think that engaging in that mindset makes everybody lose.

I may not agree with everyone on LJW and I may point out things that irritate or annoy me about other posters but you will always get an honest opinion out of me. I try not to engage in the same tactics that the negative people do but like everybody else, I am human.

I don't think it is a sign of weakness to admit you are wrong.

And with that, I do apologize for calling Marion racist on the Columbus Day thread. I don't think he is as objective as he would like to portray himself and I think that some things he have posted can be very easily interpreted as racist but I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt that it is not what he meant.

Anyway, back to the topic.

Kansans are an independent group of people. I'm not a Kansan by birth but I live here and this is my home. My children were born here.

There is so much about Kansas to enjoy. It is wide open. The people are friendly and caring. Kansas should be all about freedom. Isn't that why pioneers came here?

We shouldn't tolerate government intrusion into out lives for things that are none of the government's business.

Government has its place. It is a useful vehicle to help serve the largest group of people possible such as social services and information.

Kline has stepped past the boundries and is intruding into our personal lives because he believes that his religous beliefs should be forced upon everyone. He doesn't care about your rights. He cares only about staying in power and at our freedoms' expense.

As you can see, I'm feeling a bit soap-boxish tonight.

prioress 11 years, 8 months ago

Checkmate Patriotman. You don't have a leg to stand on. Hypocrite.

B o i n g ! Pure witzelsucht on the part of "Patriot"man.

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

"How come it is that when folks dig up my past indiscretions or difficulties and post them all over Hades and gone that it is OK but when a Republican candidate for office dares to mention a potential problem in the background of a Democrat, folks get all high and mighty?"

The answer is simple: We're human and let our own political affiliations (on both sides of the aisle) make us cocky.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago


I'll bite. Why could HGA (there is a shortened verison of Holygrailale for you) be accused of being Katara? I won't see your response until I get home from work.

If you do respond to my question, it should be interesting. I don't mind being compared to HGA or I guess being accused of being HGA (or of HGA being me) but I'm curious as to why you would think that.

It is strange that you call HGA "Gale" several times & made reference to Baldwin. Engagehorn did that. I find it strange that someone completely unrelated would do the same thing, don't you?

You have posted the same link that engagehorn did (Bozell). I guess that it could mean that you and engagehorn read & post the same right-wing propoganda which means that nothing you are arguing is original thought.

I don't think you are conservativeman as he was occasionally funny.

Kline is on his way out. Many people are not happy with his conduct in regards to violating gag orders of the Court. Many people are not happy with Kline using his office to further his political agenda (ban abortion). Many people are tired of his false claims that his inquisition has produced results.

An Attorney General's job is to uphold the law of the State not work against it and to provide legal advice to the State. It should be a completely non-political job. We need someone holding that office to understand that. Kline obviously does not.

MyName 11 years, 8 months ago

Well, then don't pick a name that has so many mockable characteristics P-man.

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

Patriotman, no one is in violation of the policy. With all the false accusations you've made up and the "stay on topic" remarks you've been making, you seem a tad authoritarian and arbitrary, but really you're just making a fool of yourself. See you later, conservativeman.

ForThePeople 11 years, 8 months ago

Unfortunately the majority of folks who actually vote are sheeple, and not as informed as the majority on this thread.

It will be a glorious day when our government isn't being run by white collar thugs! Hopefully this election and the next presidential one as well, will take us one step further towards that dream!

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

It is "nitpicking", logicsound04. Teeheehee!

Political affiliation has nothing to do with upholding Kansas State law.

"You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it."

¢Malcolm X

xenophonschild 11 years, 8 months ago

Good thing is, no rational person will defend Kline after this. The next round of polls should show him sinking into oblivion.

If Kline does prevail in the election, or even makes a close run, we may need to rethink some of our fellow citizens' grasp of reality.

I think we liberal Democrats are going to have cause to celebrate after November 7th.

xenophonschild 11 years, 8 months ago

Hear, hear. Good on you, Katara.

There are many different facets of the truth that some of us simply do hot have the time to pursue; that is why a forum like this is so valuable - people can bring different truths and views to the table and spread them out for others to read and understand.

I've learned a lot about current and prior events; oddly enough, from clashing with the late-lamented Aminius. It is better, though, when information is presented in a civil, objective manner.

Kansas voters can see the truth, sooner or later. Kline fooled a lot of people for a long time, but his personal FBI file, his defiance of court orders, his trolling through private medical records, and his condescending arrogance have alienated hundreds of thousands.

A few tomato schooners at Louise's West on the night of November 8 should be in order.

Linda Endicott 11 years, 8 months ago

I think Kline should be more concerned about his own background right now, Marion. That will be enough to keep him busy until the election.

And if the feelings of the voters are the same as the majority of the posters here, then Kline will be gone.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

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ASBESTOS 11 years, 8 months ago

Anyone know of someone that goes by the handle of "beacher" or something like that?

Just got left a rather nasty email. Could the LJWorl folks take a look at it. IF the person has to say things like that, let him say it in public, and keep it out of my inbox.


carolannfugate 11 years, 8 months ago

There seems to be a trend in that around here. I find it a little disturbibg getting emails from people I do not even know. Judgeing from the content I doubt I ever would want to know them. Just ignore them, but save a copy just in case. I know I have had to report one person and trapped her calls too. Very insane stuff. Good luck.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

I got 2 emails from a Beacher as well. Nothing nasty though, just bizarre.

Have you gone to the police yet, carolannfugate? You should. Per AT&T you have to file a police report in order to get a subpoena for them to release the call info to police to get the person prosecuted. AT&T can't & won't release the caller's info to you. They will only release it with a subpoena and only to the authorities. The police will tell you the caller id means nothing.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

And before you ask, I have not experienced this firsthand. I have a co-worker who was stalked by her ex-boyfriend and his ex-wife that he divorced long before my friend came about. How he talked the ex-wife into stalking his ex-girlfriend, I will never know.

It was crazy the stuff she had to go through to get some help. Hopefully things have changed since she had to go through it.

carolannfugate 11 years, 8 months ago

yes I did thanks. That is how the trap was established. Not a huge deal I can handle it. Really a case of mistaken identity I think. I have gotten strange Private Messages on forums too. I try to ignore them.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

Good for you. No one should have to deal with something like that.

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

Patriotman is STILL here? Fascinating! My Fall Break away from his hypocrisy is over, apparently.

Katara 11 years, 8 months ago

Tychoman, he is stalking HGA.

I really honestly fear for her safety. Who knows what he is capable of doing?

Tychoman 11 years, 8 months ago

I hope he's bounced so fast his head will spin...again.

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