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R.J. Dickens

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mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

There are only two things wrong with Professor Loomis' analysis: a) this is Kansas; b) it makes sense.

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

If the government's "out of check", Ty Masterson ought to know. It takes one to know one:
He became chair of the Ways and Means Committee AFTER declaring bankruptcy.
He has no college degree--but has a $60,000/year part-time job at Wichita State's Innovation Campus.
And now, a bill that would keep guns out of the hands of people arrested for domestic violence is sitting in committee because he HAD to add an amendment to protect his nephew's throwing stars.
Who's "out of check" here?

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

...And today's witness was no doubt a plug for Caryn Tyson.

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

A complete waste of committee time (i.e., taxpayer dollars), all to give free publicity to Kevin Jones' congressional campaign.

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

Actually, no.
You're confusing Kansas with other states.
The Kansas Lottery was NEVER about education.
The money was earmarked for economic development and prison construction, primarily the prisons at El Dorado and Ellsworth.

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

And your degree in demographics is from...?

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

"Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman." "The most important political office is that of the private citizen."
Justice Louis D. Brandeis

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

So that means you're lying without electricity in your home? There are assistance programs for that.

mrcontroversy (R.J. Dickens) says...

The laundry list of bills reminds me of this: https://youtu.be/FNkpIDBtC2c

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