Saturday, February 22, 2014

Kansas Online Tribute To The REAL Phil Kline



Longtime Kansas political denizens were saddened by the recent passing of a beloved politico.

Philip Kearney Kline passed away peacefully on February 19, 2014. He was 92.

“Big Phil” was a longtime public servant in Overland Park, Johnson County, the State of Kansas and an advocate for public education, caring for deaf and blind children and those mainstream (moderate) values he held for more than 35 years as an elected official (Republican precinct committeeman, school board member and State Representative in the Kansas Legislature).

On the Internets, his memory will live on thanks to the propriters of this website . . .

The Real Phil Kline

R.I.P. Big Phil

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

A true gentleman. One of a kind.

Anonymous said...

His head would have made a great bronze bust!

Anonymous said...

Kansas should make a law that No One named "Phil Kline" can ever run for office again. No matter how many "Ls" they have in their first name. This Phil Kline was an original. Accept no imitations!

Anonymous said...

Moderate Republicans. Now there was a concept . . .

Anonymous said...

Republicans used to have higher IQs, didn't drool and didn't move their lips when they read. It's a fact, kids.

Anonymous said...

Republicans used to have higher IQs, didn't drool and didn't move their lips when they read. It's a fact, kids.

Anonymous said...

They didn't weep like pussy's because of their fake religious devotion either.