So a person who happens to live in the Broadmoor area, owns a farm that the government is paying not to grow products so the economy of the farmer/agriculture community does go under? It’s legal and was a “New Deal” product of the democratic FDR administration. It seems to work so why is it only “interesting” because one of the areas receiving it is a “staunchly” republican county? Are we fishing for an audience? Oh those old thieving criminal mentality fan base of the GOP rascals! What will they do next?
Dang, Mr. K is pulling out the RACE card, guess we should all just go home. The comment on both threads seemed to fit Mr K. I hope you have the time to come back and post when you finally get it, they were both victims, one just had a gun and the right to use it.
Well Mr. K, now that the truth is coming out and the eye witness has changed his story and there's other independent accounts of the officer being assaulted by the victim, what's your "opinion" now? Once again, the clueless, anything to get a good protest going. You guys were called “Stalin’s useless fools” in the cold war days. What’cha want to be called now?
How funny, the clueless will protest, again.
This is what happens when an elected official puts his “feeling and beliefs” or the “feeling and beliefs” of an outside influences above the citizens that elected him/her. Just the beginning.
Rose it is not about the NRA or outside elements trying to influence. I’m a responsible adult and I don’t like my government telling me what I can or can’t have or do, I should be telling them. I mean this as in “we the people” just because you think it would be OK for you, don’t take away from what I think would be good for me. He didn’t listen and he’s gone because the vast majority of responsible voting adults believe we don’t need more rules, just enforce the ones we have. Now play nice.
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