Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Progressive Media Seyz Controversial Gov. Brownback Kansas Deregulation Policies Contributed To Schlitterbahn Tragedy

The endless partisan blame game takes on tragic decapitation and the ongoing fight against tax cuts. Take a look at election season rhetoric in full swing: Did Gov. Brownback's Lax Regulation Oversight Lead To Tragic Waterslide Death?

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't let a tragedy go to waste.

Anonymous said...

Yep, lets milk the living hell out of it. We could be treated to a month of stories on this if "you know who" can just figure a way to tie Goodyear, a conspiracy theory and the National Weather Service into the mess.

Anonymous said...

it's hard to know what to think these days, given the lack of truth by the media.

but somebody is at fault.

without redundant safety measures, where a backup clicks in if the first one or second or third one fails, this thing shouldn't have been allowed to serve the public.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Ok then
The since Nixon has been governor for eight years, we can say that all the murder, crime and absolute misery in kcmo is his fault because democrat policies are such that no problems are to be solved (unless the urban core starts voting republican, then they will give a shit)

Anonymous said...

The market decided an occasional horrible death is a reasonable price to pay for huge corporate profits. (Although it wasn't supposed to happened to a right-wing legislator's kid, obviously ... sometimes Jesus forgets to watch over Kansas)

Anonymous said...

Maybe regulation and more laws by the dems will also end the decapitations by Isis and other muslims in the mideast. They've done such an amazing job of that during the past eight years.

Anonymous said...

Pfffffft! Five minutes after they reopen the slide the concerned citizens will be elbowing each other in th balls to get back on the slide ride. People are fucking sheep.

Anonymous said...

When Kathleen Sibelius was Governor and the Dems and "Moderate" Republicans had control of the legislature, they didn't tighten inspection rules for amusement parks.
Why is this all of the sudden the Republicans' fault?