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  1. victoria2 commented on Family Tree 10 days ago

    There needs to be an object to receive the thanks. God is the deserving one. Even Mom who has the skills and desire to cook has those gifts from God. Maybe the kids in this strip who are shallow brats could have benefited from parents who believe and taught them about the grace of God. Would make a difference in their respect for each other.

  2. victoria2 commented on Lisa Benson 13 days ago

    Well I won’t be proud to admit to being a graduate of the Univ. of Mo. system anymore. These kids seem to be operating wholly on emotion and perceived disrespect, not facts. Someone is manipulating them.

  3. victoria2 commented on Steve Benson 18 days ago

    Politico was the one with the Whopper. You based this editorial cartoon on a lie they printed.

  4. victoria2 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria about 1 month ago

    Gee, I quit sponsoring people to run because the SBKF was giving money to Planned Parenthood.

  5. victoria2 commented on Chan Lowe 2 months ago

    This is not the Free Market. It is the Govt. in the guise of the FDA creating the rules in favor of certain companies. And the FDA being run by former employees of these companies. In a free market there would be more sources and prices would be competitive. And In a idyllic world the government would be honest.

  6. victoria2 commented on Scott Stantis 3 months ago

    I think it’s Rahm Emmanuel

  7. victoria2 commented on Luann 3 months ago

    When did freshmen or sophomores get to be RAs?
    Housing office blundered here.

  8. victoria2 commented on CowTown 3 months ago

    I moved away from K.C. quite awhile ago. Please tell me this isn’t another post modern architectural skyline “improvement”.

  9. victoria2 commented on Basic Instructions 4 months ago

    And this, after the $10.00 I sent him 4 years ago.

  10. victoria2 commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    In the 1970s I was working in a long term care facility. At voting time, ward heelers would come with absentee ballots and go as visitors to the rooms. Most of the people had not kept up with politics. They asked the ward heeler who they should vote for and he told them. I had just started voting and was naive enough to view it as a sacred duty. I thought what the ward heeler was doing was disgusting and asked what he did with the few ballots that did not have his preferred candidate on them. He told me to mind my own business. There is still voter fraud. I think it can be more sophisticated with electronic voting. I have moved around the country and voted in 4 different states in my life. I have always been required to show ID or a document that proved I lived within the district in which I was voting. All of a sudden this is not necessary because too many people do not have ID? You need ID to apply for welfare so the reason of financial hardship in obtaining ID will not wash.
    The only reason to not require it is to allow those not eligible to vote, to be able to vote, and, as dukedoug said, vote often, and in various precincts, and maybe even cross state lines to vote. Who would this benefit? Only those that have a vested interest in fraudulent voting.