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KS Toronado

KS Toronado's Journal
KS Toronado's Journal
May 20, 2024

Biden & TSF Meme

May 18, 2024

Kansas U.S. Senator: I stand with Harrison Butker

Posted May 18, 2024 11:55 AM

KANSAS CITY —Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker continues to receive attention for last weekends commencement address where he said most of the women graduates were probably more excited about getting married and having children. He also railed against Pride month along with President Biden’s leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and his stance on abortion.

On Saturday, Kansas U.S. Senator Roger Marshall used his social media account to show support for Butker. "I stand with Harrison Butker, Marshall wrote. "Families, babies, and strong mothers and fathers are a beautiful thing. No amount of liberal gaslighting and manufactured 'outrage' will change our convictions. Christ is King."

Lots more at the link including Butker's speech, no paywall.


May 18, 2024

Justice Alito Meme

May 17, 2024

Hillary Meme

May 13, 2024

Smart crow


If this has been posted here a hundred times, let me know & I'll delete.
May 11, 2024

Kansas governor vetoes child support for fetuses

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly used her veto pen on legislation that would have opened up a pathway for child support claims to be made on behalf of fetuses, characterizing the legislation as a blatant attempt by extreme politicians to “take more control over women.”

Senate Bill 232, supported by anti-abortion lobbying organizations, would have required the Supreme Court to adopt rules considering medical and pregnancy-related expenses for pregnant women, factoring in this child support at any time after the date of conception.

Passed 82-38 in the House and 25-12 in the Senate, the legislation specified that these child support payments for medical expenses incurred during pregnancy couldn’t be collected in cases where the woman receives an “elective” abortion. Exceptions would be allowed in cases where the abortion was performed to save the pregnant woman’s life. There is no chance to override the governor’s veto because lawmakers have already adjourned the legislative session.

“This divisive legislation has broad and sweeping implications that undermine the will of the majority of Kansans who voted overwhelmingly in 2022 to protect the constitutional rights of women to make decisions about pregnancy,” Kelly said Friday. “This is another blatant attempt by extreme politicians in the Legislature to take more control over women and their families’ personal, private medical decisions.”


No Paywall

May 11, 2024

God never intended women to make coffee.

The Bible says HE BREWS.

May 11, 2024

What is it, thing with handles? Never seen one.

Coming up at auction, can direct you if anyone is interested.

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About KS Toronado

Ornery, before getting upset with something you didn't understand where I was coming from, consider that I was probably teasing or pulling your leg. Apple doesn't fall far from the Ornery Tree.
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