Kansas and powerlessness

Tim Schieferecke
Kansas became the very first state in our blessed nation to reject a clean burning, job boosting, economy growing, coal fired power plant because of concerns that it will harm the environment by releasing carbon dioxide. The motto of my state is  Ad Astra Per Aspera, (To The Stars With Difficulty). It could be modified thanks to Governor Kathleen Sebelius. I rather like Dedidici Astra Quom Asini Gubernatus, or (Forget The Stars When Donkeys Rule). 

Kansas used to just be famous for wheat production, pheasant hunting and the world's largest ball of twine, but our dear governor saw fit to make us the first state sanctioned victim of Al Gore's carbon scam.

When Al can explain to me how the earth ever emerged from an ice age without wooly mammoths driving giant SUVs, I'll believe him

Kansas became the very first state in our blessed nation to reject a clean burning, job boosting, economy growing, coal fired power plant because of concerns that it will harm the environment by releasing carbon dioxide. The motto of my state is  Ad Astra Per Aspera, (To The Stars With Difficulty). It could be modified thanks to Governor Kathleen Sebelius. I rather like Dedidici Astra Quom Asini Gubernatus, or (Forget The Stars When Donkeys Rule). 

Kansas used to just be famous for wheat production, pheasant hunting and the world's largest ball of twine, but our dear governor saw fit to make us the first state sanctioned victim of Al Gore's carbon scam.

When Al can explain to me how the earth ever emerged from an ice age without wooly mammoths driving giant SUVs, I'll believe him