Sen. Roberts and Gov. Brownback are big government. They’re big oil. They’re big money. They’re big corporate press. They’re vote suppressors. Where is the vote fraud problem they claim to remedy?
I wrote to both of these men in 2006 about the NSA violating the law. They both indicated to me that my concerns were unfounded. Sen. Roberts wrote, “I have been fully briefed on this program. It is my conclusion that the program is legal and constitutional.” If having the federal government monitoring and recording every aspect of your life is legal and constitutional, a worthy public office holder would be changing that law and constitution.
These men are not worthy. Let’s do ourselves a favor, Kansas, and replace them.
Thomas C. Sewell