On Mar 6, 2016, at 4:48 AM, Arnie Rosner <email@example.com> wrote:
My Dear Ms. Schmidt,
It was certainly kind of you to share the news from your district in Kansas. Your focus on statewide activities and balancing the budget was appreciated. It’s good to know that you recognize your responsibilities to your constituency in Kansas.
Just to strike a balance, and place your financial position into a more complete perspective, please find a summary of financial status from your comprehensive annual financial report, ending June 30, 2015. Accordingly, your current net assets would equate to about $10 billion. So without also providing information from the comprehensive annual financial report ( Kansas – CAFR), some of the constituency might not have the total financial picture. Wouldn’t you agree?
And to the point of striking a balance, I failed to see any discussion on reducing the compensation rates to the state representatives. Since the representatives, like yourself, are making the decisions that impact on the economy, wouldn’t it seem fair that those responsible, should voluntarily tighten their own belts first? why would you cast the burden To balance a financial shortfall on the educational system which has been totally victimized by the fraudulent federal Department of Education? One needs to look no closer, to cite a perfect example, than the program identified as common core.
And speaking of the total picture, perhaps the good folks of Kansas should also be recognized, as the people for which folks like you in the Kansas Legislature work. Please see the organization chart as presented in the CAFR. Click on the link following to download your own copy.
And while I realize that Kansas is famous for living in that unique environment in which Dorothy and Toto have made so famous, there’s another side to the reality in which we as Americans find ourselves.
I draw your attention to the murder and assassination of an American rancher from Arizona.
With his hands in the air, he was gunned down, in cold blood. Those directly responsible for this assassination, were identified as agents of the FBI.
Is this kind of lawlessness and tyranny on the part of the Obama administration, tolerated by you and your colleagues in Kansas? And let’s leave politics out of this as these are crimes against the people; not politics!
Now Ms. Schmidt, I’m not sure how folks in Kansas view matters of this sort, but when you add the issue of the assassination of the Supreme Court justice Scalia, it would seem that the priorities discussed in your sessions in the month of February are seriously lacking relevancy.
A matter of much more serious concern would be, that “the state of Kansas,” like every other state in the union is not the lawful state as represented. In fact, the truth seems to be, that those organizations, by semantic deceit, are currently posing as the lawful government of the American people, at every level.
To clarify, the agencies and agents would appear to be criminally impersonating our lawful public institutions and public servants.
A question for you to seriously consider is pointed out at the following link:
to what degree are you complicit? And of course Ms. Schmidt, the answers lie in your hands! Are you an American or a subversive?
But now that you know… What can the American people expect from you and your colleagues?
“You only think you know!”
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