Oct 14, 2013 at 06:49:22
“Soccer moms just never stop.
They just move on to the next most pointless issue.
If you are so scared of porn online try having a conversation about it with your child and do some PARENTING. There are real monsters under the bed. The 4500 people that are focused on this issue are clowns of the highest degree. Wake up.”
“You have to love that the last three sitting presidents all openly admit to using a substance that millions are thrown in jail for possessing.
Not funny at all.
Prohibition against marijuana is destroying lives and entire communities.”
AppleRose on Apr 28, 2013 at 07:59:22
“And this information is public knowledge before election time. And yet, Americans continue to vote people who used or still use for all we know, to office. Only the people to blame, while they sit and laugh.”
doonooch on Apr 28, 2013 at 07:43:46
“not funny at all but unwittingly, and inevitably paving the way for legalization. This is a social change manifesting itself under our noses.”
“Who wants to bet they spend more time investigating the origins and the trajectory of this landing gear than they did on the actual collapse of the towers.”
EVELYN McGEE on Apr 28, 2013 at 08:11:52
“Wouldn't be surprised. Remember 9/11? I'm on the left coast and I could barely concentrate on my work for days. I can't imagine being there first searching for life and finding death, sifting, shifting ... the despair those living souls must have felt in finding anything, everything.
Woulda coulda shoulda are three of the words those very people are saying to themselves, forgetting that at the time 'have to do' was about the limit of capability. Not for all, some stoic persons knew and could do nothing with crews crying and nauseous.”
“With every last bit of due respect for our brave veterans i have to ask...
Why does anyone care where your shiny piece of medal ranks on some list?”
contrarian48 on Mar 12, 2013 at 05:51:08
“Reflects a lack of any thought at all.”
VietVet2MARINESONS on Mar 12, 2013 at 03:46:42
“Unfortunately, I hit "Fave" instead of "Reply".
I starkly disagree with the second sentence in your comment.
IT DOES MATTER!!!!
Think of the 50000+ names on those "Black Marble" slabs in Washington D.C..
Except for the standard foreign decorations the South Vietnamese government bestowed
upon each participant, and the US National Defense Ribbon, the only other decoration,
I would venture to say, that more than 60% of these "National Treasures" were awarded
for their "life ending service" is "THE PURPLE HEART".
Mar 5, 2013 at 09:11:59
“I have a question for the CRTC...
Why is the sun news paper allowed to have an absolute hatchet job in the comments section everyday that never has a name attached to it? At most it will say QMI agency, most days nothing is attached, and is always the most disgusting abuse of fallacies.
Take yesterday's for example: "Fed up with UN food envoy"
"The last time the UN's right-to-food envoy Olivier de Schutter's name came up, we argued there was probably enough food left over from the Victoria Day weekend to feed the entire country of Sudan."
"The man is just another reason in a long list of reasons why the United Nations is increasingly becoming a joke."
"What the long-form census has to do with sticking a fork in a chicken is beyond us. And, as for the wheat board, when has a freer market ever had a negative impact on food supply?"
"De Schutter didn't actually go to the Arctic, of course. There's no five-star hotel."
"Instead, he spent less than two weeks in Canada, and then almost a year writing his 21-page report That's right. Only 21 pages. What a workload."
...so why is this unclaimed attack on the UN allowed in a "news" paper?”
DogRumpCreek on Mar 5, 2013 at 10:44:49
“Awesome, let regulate opinion. That article is from the editors desk. It's the opinion of the news paper. It's not news it's opinion and clearly labeled as such. If you do not know the difference that's your problem.”
Good Union jobs are obviously the big problem here.
It can't be companies like GE paying a net income tax of $0's.
Got to be those horrible living wages people earn!”
Hunter on on Feb 25, 2013 at 20:20:27
“I have got nothing against private sector unions, like the ones at GE. I can chose if I want to do business with that company. Not so with public sector unions. Where I live firefighters make $200,000 per year. That's because the very politicians they give campaign contributions to are the same politicians they negotiate their contracts with! Who negotiates on behalf of taxpayers?”
Jan 17, 2013 at 12:01:02
“My girlfriend searchers my internet history and gets furious when she finds porn.
However... she is very clearly incorporating "acts" from the porn she sees into our sex life.
Not much motivation for me to stop.”
elsita woods on Jan 18, 2013 at 13:21:48
“Why are you hurting your girlfriend with porn? The "acts" she does for you are out of desperation to please you. She's saying: "Hey, buddy; I'm real and I love you. Why don't I measure up to the bimbos on the screen?"
Stop trifling with her and hurting her heart. How you you like her to do things that make YOU feel inadequate -- or, in your words, "furious."
Be a man. Grow up. Show love to the woman who deserves your love.
Porn was developed for lonely lumberjacks in logging camps.
If they had access to a warm, loving woman, they would have thrown it in the campfire.”
christellar on Jan 17, 2013 at 12:34:00
“I used to be like that when I found porn on my ex's history.
My mentality was that I wasn't getting enough, and he was doing that instead of me.
Maybe it's the same for you?
No need to stop, unless of course you're tired! hahaha”
“The crazy thing is how quickly they shifted the debate.
They immediately changed it from defending yourself from an intruder to defending yourself from a tyrannical government... and THAT is why they need an AK47 with a 100 round drum.
How is that a even close to a reasonable position to take.
As usual the Daily Show nailed it. "We can't do anything about our gun violent dystopian present because of the hypothetical raise of imaginary Hitler."”
bob haschat on Jan 16, 2013 at 17:44:57
“which is also funny because hitler didnt ban the guns...when the germans lost WW1, the peace agreement banned the guns.....hitler only banned Jewish folks from guns, ownership of anything, and life in general....”
bob haschat on Jan 16, 2013 at 17:42:27
“I would love to challenge them with their 100 round drum and AK 47 to a dual between them and the federal gubmint...there is no weapon gun nuts can possess to defend themselves from the A10 warthog and its gatling cannon, or stealth bomber with its lazer guided bomb, or predator/global hawk with its hellfire missles, or a sniper drawing a bead on your head..or an abrams tank parked outside your door...PERIOD...the gubmint has stuff we dont even know about yet that is more deadly with one person operating it, that 100 gun nuts, with 100 AK47s with 100 round drums...thats just undeniable fact...”
“I love you people who treat the constitution like the Bible. Defend the parts you like to the death and ignore the rest. Where is all the anger over the trampling of the fourth amendment? Did fox news forget to tell people to get mad about that one.”
eisbrecher1 on Jan 16, 2013 at 18:16:09
“It isnt the bible. It is the backbone of our nation.”
davidstarlingm on Jan 16, 2013 at 12:49:50
“Last I checked, libertarians like myself are quite irate over any unreasonable searches and seizures.”
They fought in court to allow people on the terrorist watch list to still buy guns.”
davidstarlingm on Jan 16, 2013 at 12:38:17
“The "terrorism watch list" is arbitrary and requires no court process. The 14th amendment guarantees that citizens will not be deprived of their rights without due process. Thus, it's unconstitutional to restrict 2nd Amendment rights on the basis of an arbitrary list.
Or perhaps you can provide examples of people on the terrorism watch list who were able to legally purchase guns and used them to commit terrorism?”