This election cycle I promised myself two things, to keep my checkbook closed, and to keep my fingers away from the computer keyboard.
This election cycle I promised myself two things, to keep my checkbook closed, and to keep my fingers away from the computer keyboard. Today I am going to break those two promises, and it is thanks to a gent named Craig Gabel, President of Kansans for Liberty. He is such a fine fellow, given how much he cares for me to be informed about what an evil and no account person a former state representative is. Why, he cares so much, he even sent me this long laundry list about the person’s many no votes against things he favors. He knows my time is valuable so he didn’t bother to send me the supporting facts about those votes. Guess he did that so I wouldn’t have to do a lot of reading. Reading is dangerous, you know. He didn’t tell me who his organization is for, just gave an impression concerning who they are against. Maybe he is encouraging a write-in vote, something some may be considering for other races this year. If I do that write in, I will have to be careful to spell that last name correctly. Lets see? M…e…n…g……….. Well, you get the drift, and Julie, because of outside interests in this race, my check is in the mail.