Thursday, March 23, 2006

Kansas Politicos Punch Liberal Governor in Nose

Finally, Kansas Bloody Kansas has mustered the votes to override a gubernatorial veto of their shall issue law:
Both the Kansas State Senate and House of Representatives voted to override Governor Sebelius’ veto of the National Rifle Association (NRA)-backed Right-to-Carry legislation, Senate Bill 418, “The Personal and Family Protection Act.”

“After 12 years, it took a collective, bi-partisan effort to win this fight. Kansas now joins 46 other states who enjoy some form of Right-to-Carry,” NRA Chief Lobbyist Chris W. Cox declared.

Thank you, NRA, and I look forward to seeing my Colorado (or Florida or Utah) permit honored in Kansas!


Patrick Sweeney said...

Sebelius? For real? Wasn't that the name of one of the later (and really, really nasty) Roman Emperors? Ye gods, I'd have changed that the first day after my 18th, were it my name.

But then, who's literate any more?

Michael Bane said...

Walt Rauch is literate.

I fake it. I only got through my college language requirement by sleeping with my teacher, and she only gave me a "D."


Anonymous said...

What an opening!
For which "activity" did you earn the "D" grade?


Someday I'll explain how to get a "D" in College Freshman chemistry in exchange for an airplane salvaged .50.