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This Just In: Bostonians Support FPK

Posted by firephillkline on March 2, 2006

A buddy of ours back east sent us an article in the Boston Globe and a link to a teenage blogger in Boston. Check them out. Both are good reads no matter your political affiliation.
Be sure to check back over the weekend for a fun new feature to FPK.

6 Responses to “This Just In: Bostonians Support FPK”

  1. allen s. said

    That’s cool. Even people in New England know we have a nut job AG.

  2. Letstalk said

    I hear Fidel Castro is a big fan as well.

  3. Sue said

    Isn’t that just sad other states are laughing at our AG? Let’s keep it up with Morrison for AG so we don’t go down as having the biggest loser AG in history.

  4. Letstalk said

    The democrats in other states can laugh away, why should KS repubs and other straight thinkers give a rat’s arse? If those Dems in the other states want to find some convictions maybe they will, like KS Dems, have to entice good men away from the Republican fold too. And then figure out how to sell this hyper-elitist party-destroying strategy to the rank and file

  5. edward said

    what a great coalition of believers we have – new england atheists – totally in step with what we’re trying to accomplish here in the heartland.

  6. Letstalk said

    So where is the fun new feature? Bosses at the Democrat headquarters put the nix on it? Or did Tiller threaten to pull funding? Or are you afraid it will not be sufficiently elitist to keep the Bostonian Brahmans reading?

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