To the editor:
Sam and I were walking down Massachusetts Street, and a fellow from Washington comes up and says, “Hey, here’s $31.5 million to help Kansans with their health insurance.”
Sam says, “Not so fast. I’ll have to pay it back and I bet there are lots of strings.”
The fellow says “No, it’s a grant and there are very few strings attached.”
Sam says, “But my big-money conservative friends might think I’m getting soft with big government money. No thanks.”
The fellow from Washington says, “But I heard, sir, that here in Kansas, people try to take care of each other.”
“No thanks, anyway.” says Sam.
I look at Sam, and say, “Good job, Brownie.”