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caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

Another example of Gary posting something, not citing the original author, not reading the entire thing, and proving that he has not a clue as to what he is talking about. Plagiarism at its finest, huh, Gary?

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

Bob, please research "cause and effect". Your post does not follow that precept, but is a prime example of defending the indefensible without addressing the cause of an effect. It is a statement that sits well with those who don't want to do their own thinking and are quite happy that someone else can make stuff up.

Really, Bob, just one post actually addressing a single idea. What a wonder that would be.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

I did, and here's what I wrote: "You Regressives have, many times, blocked efforts to fund such studies. Fact. Your party has taken the low road to defeat efforts to make gun safety a priority. Fact."

Same admonition: read my comment.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

So, what do you have against that? Is it OK by you that, say, Johnson County schools should benefit but, say, Kearny County should be held back simply because of the tax base of those counties? That Deerfield schools should labor under a tax base that can never be compared to Overland Park? That makes sense only to people who think only of themselves.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

Welcome back, Dave. I think the Bobs, Justin and their gang missed you.

But most of us with brains did not.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

So, let's see: dis on Obama, and insult the writer and those who agree with him. Sounds just like all the crap you guys heap on anything that you can't defend but feel as if you need to deny. What a great strategy. But, at least, the 38% will cheer you on, guys. And that's what's important, isn't it?

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

So, you're against people trying to tell a public official, in person, that they are deeply concerned about statutes they see as unnecessary, unduly restrictive, and unnecessary since there were already statutes concerning illegal voting. Got it. So, they simply knuckle under to any oppressive, unnecessary law that the legislature bubbles up, right?

So, then, Bob, where is the democratic tradition in your world?

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

I agree: the virtue of the public's right to signal to the "lawmakers" that it is sick tired of their not being able to exercise their constitutional right to vote without undue restrictions. You may remember (but, probably not) that there were already laws on the books dealing with unlawful voting and registration before Kochbach began his deeply personal, politically motivated run against voters.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

You know that won't happen. But, is it too soon to be talking about technologically banning cell phones from manual texting while the vehicle is running? Try thinking of real answers rather than defending stupidity.

caughtinthemiddle (Greg Cooper) says...

First, Richard, I said none of that. Second, you did not read what I said: my post was simply and wholly aimed at your statement, assuming I dd not know what Lincoln said or what it meant. Your assumption that I would have the same understanding that you get from Lincoln's admonishment, and I do not.

When you want to debate with me, please address what I said. Otherwise, you're just blowing in the wind. I stand by my post.

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