I'm not confident about this game at all. We have proven we can't get to the QB consistently, and Wilson can run the ball just as effectively as Cam. Last year when we got pressure on him, he was able to allude us and make big time throws down the field. How much more will he stomp us now that we can't pressure anybody? Our offense is our only hope again, but it's been verified we can't get too far behind because our offense isn't designed to put up points. We'll see.
the secret to beating him is to let him stay in the pocket. wilson will kill you if you let him escape the pocket. can throw on the run... can't throw over his o line
No because we could compare the other states around Kansas with it - and they were not exactly liberal leaning economic engines themselves. In fact, sorry to disappoint you but that was the entire point of the thread. Either you don't understand the term or are just looking for anything to downplay this.
This isn't a comparison of a Sam Brownback imagined economy against a Nancy Pelosi imagined economy that has never existed, this is a study of a Sam Brownback economy vs, real standard conservatively run economies.
Which term am I not understanding? The title of the thread is "When Republicans get what they want" and the Forbes article clearly states Republicans are leading the charge in criticizing the governor's tax changes, so I'm not sure I'm the one misunderstanding something.
edit: sorry, that wasn't the Forbes article, it was another I found while googling the issue