What's the matter with Kansas? (18)

Aug 4, 2022 11:09 AM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
It seems that the GOP has a problem for the mid-terms. As much as the Republicans have tried to use inflation and gas prices aa reasons for voting for their candidates, the real election issue has emerged from the land of Oz.

Republicans, Democrats and independents voted to protect abortion rights in a state Trump carried
The Kansas vote is the first to capture voter sentiment since Roe v. Wade was overturned
The economy could be a deciding factor in November, but the Kansas vote shows Roe is a game-changer
A few special elections in August will also measure the impact of the Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs.



I guess the Republican plan to suppress minority votes; gerrymander election districts; lie about voting integrity; and deny9ing women reproductive rights; had backfired. Women all over the country are pissed and they are coming for the GOP.
Aug 4, 2022 3:10 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
president2525: It seems that the GOP has a problem for the mid-terms. As much as the Republicans have tried to use inflation and gas prices aa reasons for voting for their candidates, the real election issue has emerged from the land of Oz.

Republicans, Democrats and independents voted to protect abortion rights in a state Trump carried
The Kansas vote is the first to capture voter sentiment since Roe v. Wade was overturned
The economy could be a deciding factor in November, but the Kansas vote shows Roe is a game-changer
A few special elections in August will also measure the impact of the Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs.



I guess the Republican plan to suppress minority votes; gerrymander election districts; lie about voting integrity; and deny9ing women reproductive rights; had backfired. Women all over the country are pissed and they are coming for the GOP.
Not very well thought-out, was it?thumbs up
Aug 4, 2022 5:32 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
rohaan: Not very well thought-out, was it?
the cattle assoc.head is bidens buddy.
Aug 4, 2022 8:33 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
president2525: It seems that the GOP has a problem for the mid-terms. As much as the Republicans have tried to use inflation and gas prices aa reasons for voting for their candidates, the real election issue has emerged from the land of Oz.

Republicans, Democrats and independents voted to protect abortion rights in a state Trump carried
The Kansas vote is the first to capture voter sentiment since Roe v. Wade was overturned
The economy could be a deciding factor in November, but the Kansas vote shows Roe is a game-changer
A few special elections in August will also measure the impact of the Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs.



I guess the Republican plan to suppress minority votes; gerrymander election districts; lie about voting integrity; and deny9ing women reproductive rights; had backfired. Women all over the country are pissed and they are coming for the GOP.
you missed the whole point. the object was the fact that states couldn't decide for themselves. government usurped authority where they had none. there are more issues where they've done the same.

kansas has made it's own decision and it's laws will reflect that. like wise, other states have and are making their own decisions. there was no plan to suppress minority votes. the object was to get the feds out of the equation they didn't belong in to begin with.

the over turn is working just as expected.
Aug 4, 2022 9:15 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
Draegoneer: you missed the whole point. the object was the fact that states couldn't decide for themselves. government usurped authority where they had none. there are more issues where they've done the same.

kansas has made it's own decision and it's laws will reflect that. like wise, other states have and are making their own decisions. there was no plan to suppress minority votes. the object was to get the feds out of the equation they didn't belong in to begin with.

the over turn is working just as expected.
These "United" States have become individual states with laws that are not coordinated on a national level.
You don't see the problems that occur when people travel from one state to another? You must be blind - or stuck in your house.
Aug 4, 2022 10:58 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
rohaan: Not very well thought-out, was it?
confused
Aug 4, 2022 11:22 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
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reb56: the cattle assoc.head is bidens buddy.
Yes a little suspicious, kind of like Georgia going for Pedo Joe conversing
Aug 5, 2022 10:55 AM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
Ray650: Yes a little suspicious, kind of like Georgia going for Pedo Joe
56% to 44% voted to uphold the right to an Abortion in Kansas. Sounds like messing with women has caused a huge problem for the GOP. Is it really a conspiracy when 51% of the electorate rejects the draconian decisions of a political party who has its head in the sand?
Aug 5, 2022 2:14 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
galrads---why the "confused " icon? What don't you get?
Aug 5, 2022 4:24 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
Ray650: Yes a little suspicious, kind of like Georgia going for Pedo Joe
yup kansas is a R state,hm.
Aug 5, 2022 5:07 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
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reb56: yup kansas is a R state,hm.
Career rinos and Dems working together drinking
Aug 5, 2022 8:00 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
Ray650: Career rinos and Dems working together
That's like 80% of the electorate. Another landslide coming! Can't wait
Aug 6, 2022 2:57 AM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
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First landslide


ndiana becomes first state in nation to approve near-total abortion ban post Roecheering applause cheering
Aug 6, 2022 9:58 AM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
Ray650: First landslide


ndiana becomes first state in nation to approve near-total abortion ban post Roe
Let's see how that plays out when the voters get to vote for the legislators who stole reproductive freedom from every woman in Indiana. You seem to think that people are sheep. Even people in Indiana have a brain.
Aug 6, 2022 2:45 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
reb56: yup kansas is a R state,hm.
Members of diverse political parties often have the same beliefs about some things....Individual Rights are an agenda item frequently agreed upon---the dividing factors are often about whether college should be tuition-free, tax exemptions, housing parameters in terms of cost (H.U.D., etc...) programs that give undocumented residents "rights", licensing protocols, income taxes too high for some and too low for others--"special rights" (note different from individual rights) squabbles surrounding 'Affirmative Action', and so on. Parties can agree on some items, disagree on others.
Aug 6, 2022 2:46 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
president2525: Let's see how that plays out when the voters get to vote for the legislators who stole reproductive freedom from every woman in Indiana. You seem to think that people are sheep. Even people in Indiana have a brain.
thumbs up EXACTLY
Aug 6, 2022 4:01 PM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
president2525: These "United" States have become individual states with laws that are not coordinated on a national level.
You don't see the problems that occur when people travel from one state to another? You must be blind - or stuck in your house.
nope. no problem what so ever. generally, tens of millions used to do it anually for "vacation".

the states were always individual. every thing the feds try to usurp control over, many to most states have already been working on or trying to improve them. even the b.s A C A, which ISN'T affordable. they tried using children but most states had plans in place as early as the 70's for children and were still improving them. but then again, that "bill" was actually a tax and passed as one. thankfully, some of the worst of it repealed now.

the fed tends to just screw them up and cost the tax payers even more than they should be on the hook for. and the national deficit rises with EVERY bill as the policies kill revenues to help any gains.

guess they need to start playing the trojan man commercials and such again eh?
Aug 7, 2022 11:44 AM CST What's the matter with Kansas?
I am all for state's rights - until states deny rights to classes of citizens based on race, religion, gender, etc.
I am also tired of subsidizing states through federal tax dollars for the decisions they make. It's pathetic how Texas and Florida want to be independent of federal regulations, yet have their hand out during hurricane season. Dependency runs deep. The US constitution applies to all Americans regardless of which state they live. Denying the rights of women to consult with doctors and make reproductive decisions is an inherent right protected by the 14th amendment.

Amendment XIV
Section 1.
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

When corporations make decisions to leave states that deny rights to half the population - maybe legislators will get the message.

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