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Re: “Welcome to Tony's Kansas City

I do not expect a blogger like Tony to do a bunch of vetting. It is a blog. Not a academic journal. But I get your point.

Thanks for responding to my post.

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Posted by Thomas Scherer on 03/30/2011 at 8:21 AM

Re: “Welcome to Tony's Kansas City

Who do you trust more?

Tony, the KC Star or the JOCO Sun?

I personally would rather read what Tony has to say.
He is real, can be trusted and appears about as unbiased as you can get.

He has always been nice to me.

Thomas Scherer,
Candidate, United States Congress

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Posted by Thomas Scherer on 03/05/2011 at 5:25 PM

Re: “StepheneMoore.com bashes Stephene Moore's taxpayer and special interest funded trips

Here we are post-election having to endure the same old rhetoric of Congressman Yoder. What a shame. Instead of having to endure Yoder, there was a chance to elect a person that really wanted to represent the electors of the 3rd District.

Now you have to endure Yoder. But the good news is only until 2012 election cycle when Kansans in the 3rd District can get rid rid of him also.

Posted by Tscherer4 on 01/27/2011 at 6:57 PM

Re: “StepheneMoore.com bashes Stephene Moore's taxpayer and special interest funded trips

Good call. Stephanie might as well pack this election into the waste of time suitcase. So we are in agreement.

This lady is so underqualifed and it shows in her campaign as well. She has added nothing nor promised anything warranting anyone but Dem loyalyst lemmings to vote for her.

This was merely a huge blunder of a failure to plan and groom candidates that could actually be competitive in elections by the KS Dem Party. And naturally, the blame for this huge failure of the Dem Party has to be attributed to a lack of leadership at the very top.

Naturally, Sebelius, Dennis Moore and Larry Gates are at the top of the failure to get any dems elected.

Which thrills the GOP Party in KS so much,they are referring to this election cycle as a clean sweep. Boy, is that the truth. The rank and file that are still Dems should be really ticked off at their leadership and rightly so.

Yoder by a slaughter. 65 to 35 percent. And that is being generous to Stephene who really deserves no votes.

Posted by Thomas Scherer on 09/30/2010 at 5:37 PM

Re: “StepheneMoore.com bashes Stephene Moore's taxpayer and special interest funded trips

Good call. Stephanie might as well pack this election into the waste of time suitcase. So we are in agreement.

This lady is so underqualifed and it shows in her campaign as well. She has added nothing nor promised anything warranting anyone but Dem loyalyst lemmings to vote for her.

This was merely a huge blunder of a failure to plan and groom candidates that could actually be competitive in elections by the KS Dem Party. And naturally, the blame for this huge failure of the Dem Party has to be attributed to a lack of leadership at the very top.

Naturally, Sebelius, Dennis Moore and Larry Gates are at the top of the failure to get any dems elected.

Which thrills the GOP Party in KS so much,they are referring to this election cycle as a clean sweep. Boy, is that the truth. The rank and file that are still Dems should be really ticked off at their leadership and rightly so.

Yoder by a slaughter. 65 to 35 percent. And that is being generous to Stephene who really deserves no votes.

Posted by Thomas Scherer on 09/30/2010 at 4:51 PM

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