Conservative Kansas lawmakers propose "cost of living increase"--on lobbyist gifts. In other news, Kansas state employees haven't gotten a raise in eight years

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    Re: Conservative Kansas lawmakers propose

    In response to airborne-rgr's comment:

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    Meanwhile back in Washinton, liberal goons are glad to take a cost of living increase in their pay while denying it to Social Security beneficiaries. And the moonbat administration is recalculating inflation to reduce future cost of living increases.

    The disgraceful behavior of the politician knows no party boundaries, except in your vacuous skull.

     




    Heh, heh, heh... still just can't tell the truth, can ya spanky.

     

    The Republican plan to avert the "fiscal cliff" that the White House rejected Monday includes at least one element that's likely to produce controversy: a proposal that would, among other things, affect the cost of living adjustment for Social Security.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/12/04/166524043/republican-plan-would-change-social-security-cola



    7 of the 10 richest counties inthe country are surrounding Washington D.C. 

    I would say that denying a cost of living increase is snorth-worthy within the wealthy beltway.

     
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    Re: Conservative Kansas lawmakers propose

     "those fine, upstanding wingnuts have to keep those bribes...err perks coming lest they not be able to do their jobs."

    Kansas raising the limit for a free meal from $25 to $50 is corruption?

    Have the past three state GOP Speakers of the House been indicted in Kansas?

    Does the name "Bulger" mean anything to you?  

    What state, and what Party, are the following ten convicted crooks  ?

    Salvatore F. DiMasi
    Thomas M. Finneran
    Charles F. Flaherty
    Dianne Wilkerson
    Jim Marzilli
    Chuck Turner 
    Anthony D. Galluccio
    James Michael Curley
    Paul Kujawski

     
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