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Thursday January 27, 2005

27th January 2005

Thursday January 27, 2005

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I think the legislators in my state have to be the stupidest ones in the nation.  They have been pushing back the discussion of educational funding to make sure gays can’t get married, because, ya know, it is sooooooo important we legislate who somebody loves, but doesn’t really matter whether or not they can READ.      Today, they cut education across the board. They are also trying to once again to take Evolution out of the science textbooks.  I guess not teaching our kids science would help with the budgetary problems.    Man, it sucks to be living in the midst of idiots. 

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  1. 1 On January 28th, 2005, home.aspx?user=bionicsquirrel said:

    I am totally fed up with our legislators.  Today I read that they are making 3/4 of Kansas a memorial to honor Kansas being a blood state that fought for civil rights and an end to slavery. How  do they see the taking away of rights from homosexuals as different from taking away the rights of people of color.  Oh, and I can’t tell you how many times I hear jokes that start with, “So there was this Mexican…”.   Kansas has been really getting on my nerves today. So many hippocrites.(did I spell that right?)

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