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December 14, 2008

Local laughingstocks aren’t really funny

Sitting on the left side of state line, I was feeling a little smug about the fact that Mark Funkhouser was “their” problem, until I remembered that we had our own, Phill Kline. We locals don’t have to tune into Comedy Central to get our political jokes. Our jokes live among us.

These two have repeatedly demonstrated their contempt for the rule of law. That they hold political positions of substance is no laughing matter.

Mike Thompson
Leawood

Comments

Engineer

Phill Kline has simply tried to see that the laws of Kansas are emforced as writen. If you do not like the laws, the proper conduct is to work to change change them, not just look the other way. However the policy of ignoring infractions does seem to be the course upheld by many. Bit it's nice to see Obama's supporters doing all they can to unite us. thanks, TinaMcG.

TinaMcG

"These two have repeatedly demonstrated their contempt for the rule of law. That they hold political positions of substance is no laughing matter."

Forget Funk and Kline. I'm thinking Bush and Cheney.

mianotkia

Not unless I need to filet some crappie Dan.

T. Hanson

of course Dan knows the truth...

Dan Beyer

...and our local yokels who can't think for themselves don't have to tune into the Cartoon Channel for "truth". They can pick it up for 50 cents at the "truth" dispenser at the corner of the street.

 
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