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Will you download U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback’s “SamForGov” iPhone application?

Response Percent Votes
69% 658
I don’t have an iPhone
25% 238
5% 56
Total 952


jumpin_catfish 8 years, 4 months ago

No but I will vote for him. We don't need no demorats in there.

Steve Miller 8 years, 4 months ago

I may after i find out what his special interest is.

sfjayhawk 8 years, 4 months ago

Im surprised that Brownshirt allows his app to be placed on a device designed in godless, pro-choice California.

Richard Heckler 8 years, 4 months ago

No wayyyyyyyyyyy not from a candidate that belongs to a party that consistently involves itself in high crimes knowingly:

CRIME: Who hosted the Iran Contra secret illegal sale of weapons? Republicans!

CRIME: Who brought the nation Iran Contra number 2? Republicans!

CRIME: Which party illegally spied on the democrats to win an election? Republicans! Watergate!

CRIME: Which party held secret energy meetings and refused our elected officials its' content and who attended? GW Bush and the republicans!

CRIME: Which party lied to congress and the world,went against military advice and created the worst strategic blunder in the history of the USA aka Iraq War? Republican Party!

Which party has held secret oil deals with Saudi Arabia? Republicans!

CRIME: Secret Oil deals for Iraq Oil- Republicans!

Richard Heckler 8 years, 4 months ago

The republican party are masters at putting millions upon millions upon millions of people out of work. AND stealing taxpayers retirement plans along the way.

Repubs do with a remarkable degree of consistency is wreck the economy,initiate huge movements of shipping jobs abroad aka the Reagan-Bush Global Economy and try to wreck social security and medicare.

Is there a definite pattern? Absolutely!

  1. The Reagan/ Bush Home Loan Scandal

  2. The Bush/Cheney Home Loan Scandal

  3. What did Bush and Henry Paulson do with the bail out money?

  4. Why did GW Bush Lie About Social Security?( This would cost taxpayers $4 trillion and wreck the economy)

  5. Still A Bad Idea – Bush Tax Cuts

  6. The "tea parties" BTW are part of the wreckanomics program funded by the Koch Brothers... well known oil billionaires. These thinkers back a tax payers bill of rights which is another scheme to reward the upper 1% which is designed to wreck local and state governments.

All of the above displays reckless economic behavior that which drains the cookie jars. Now the only way to get them revenues back is to take them back.

What do Reagan,Bush and Bush republicans plan for 2010. Start the typical repub character assassination campaign which in essence is a massive cover-up scheme for the financial disasters that illustrate how the repub are NOT financial giants of our time have screwed up USA economics for the past 30 years.

Think about it. In the past 30 years the repub party has been in involved two major home loan scandals that effectively took the USA economy down the tubes. One is too damn many but twice represents repub economic policy.

Wreckanomics is a failed economic policy. In fact wreckanomics is beginning to smell like well planned crimes. Sometimes it seems alive and well in Lawrence,Kansas.

ronwell_dobbs 8 years, 4 months ago

iPhone apps have become "voluntary spam". Makes about as much sense as paying high dollars for apparel with the maker's name emblazend on it with large letters.

CLARKKENT 8 years, 4 months ago




diplomacy205 8 years, 4 months ago

Who filibustered the Civil Rights legislation?

Democrats.-- Robert Byrd in particular.

Who is the only party to ever authorize the use of an Atomic weapon?


When will we receive the this of people who attended the health care meetings the Hillary held?

Why aren't the healthcare conference committee meetings being televised as promised.

Both parties are equally corrupt.

What does this have to do with downloading Brownback's iPhone app? Nothing.

Why do some people have to turn everything into an attack on the other party?

Boeing 8 years, 4 months ago

Nah, I don't need it, but I will probably vote for him. Who else will I vote for? Some Democrat who comes out of nowhere with no experience and no knowledge of Kansas? No thanks...I won't vote for a guy/girl just because of their Party affiliation, real or (usually) fake.

Boeing 8 years, 4 months ago

"Makes about as much sense as paying high dollars for apparel with the maker's name emblazend on it with large letters."

Yes but with clothes like that, you don't even half to talk to the wearer to know they are stupid. It saves time and effort all around.

Boeing 8 years, 4 months ago

haha...epic fail on my part with the spelling.

Mary Darst 8 years, 4 months ago

I think this has nothing to do with what any political party has done in the past. This man is just CRAZY. I don't care what party he is affiliated with. the whole thing just scares me.

Tom McCune 8 years, 4 months ago

No, because it would probably tap my phone and report all traffic to the Theofascist Central Committee for Right Thinking.

Tom McCune 8 years, 4 months ago

I know plenty of conservative and Christian politicians who are reasonable and intelligent that I could support. Brownnote is not one of them. Whenever I hear him speak and see the look in his eyes, he creeps me out. My internal BS detector immediately goes into full alarm.

I am convinced beyond all doubt this man is mentally ill. This is not a joke or hyperbole. In the US Senate, it doesn't really matter, since they could go for years without passing any new legislation at all and we would be just fine. We already have all the laws we ever need. But as a chief executive he would have actual power to really do things. That is alarming and extremely dangerous.

verity 8 years, 4 months ago

Newell Post says "Whenever I hear him speak and see the look in his eyes, he creeps me out."

My sentiments exactly. In my opinion Brownback is neither stable nor very bright. Crazy and stupid is a dangerous combination.

But he has the money and the name recognition---and so he will probably win.

My head hurts.

gccs14r 8 years, 4 months ago

I think I'd vote for Mr. Bill from SNL before I'd vote for Brownback. Brownback's a dangerous nutjob. It's be better to leave the Governor's office empty for four years than have him sitting in it.

Danielle Brunin 8 years, 4 months ago

I'm originally from a small town and even the habitually Republican-leaning people there don't like him (Frankenstein Brownbutt as I heard him called). I don't know how he ever got elected, but he is just unlikable.

gccs14r 8 years, 4 months ago

Whoops. Just spotted It's instead of It'd.

63BC 8 years, 4 months ago

Lotta haters on this board.

Switch to de-caf, people.

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