Fate of Senate control in hands of Missouri voters
(Editorial ~ 10/27/18)
Never before in my election memory ó and Iíve been voting for 50 years ó have Missourians had the rare opportunity to directly impact federal policy. With the balance of power so razor thin in both the House and Senate, our vote in this yearís Senate race may well determine which political party controls the United States Senate. And because of this critical decision, Missouriansí votes come Nov. 6 are as important as any vote in America. Should the Democratic party win control of the House ó which is not nearly assured as it was two weeks ago ó control of the Senate will determine much of the federal policy over the next two years. This is indeed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for voters in our state.
(Opinion ~ 10/27/18)
Hello Southeast Missouri, Sikeston, Miner. Hello. Well we had the Cotton Carnival, we had the parade. We had the incident where a grandma and son got hurt. Thatís very unfortunate but still the thing about it is on all this, they crowd the street. They crowd the through-ways and around. Before the day even started, I went down the street. They back out in the street and those kids donít think nothing about that. Those parents donít pay no attention. They need some yellow tape, all the way across there, where they donít go past that. If they do, thatís a liability and the parents should be ticketed for not taking care of their children. I mean, theyíve got to take responsibility. The drivers of these floats and other stuff, theyíre doing all they can and youíve got all these little munchkins running all around, jumping out in the street and all this mess, itís hard to. Then they got to clean up the mess after they leave. Thatís another thing the taxpayers are having to pay to clean up their own stuff. They canít take their own cups or whatever back home with them. Theyíre too dang lazy. Hello? Those are just my beefs so have a good evening and God bless America.
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