“So by his "logic" 9/11 was President B-Sh's fault... So why would I vote for a campaign that supported and re-elected a president who committed one of the biggest atrocities against America on American soil in the last Century.”
“So many people beat me to the punch already!!! Honestly, alcohol and tobacco seem to be doing a pretty fine job at killing people already, at least this way, people don't have to continue to die due to a prohibition stance that's not only further torn our country apart, let alone savaged countries in LatAm and Asia.”
May 15, 2012 at 09:43:17
“Again, who cares what people do in their homes, if you're so caught up about it, find a hobby. Don't involve G-d's name in anything you say to justify your point, G-d does not hate, or discriminate don't know what bible you've been reading.”
“North Carolina 2008 Presidential Race, 49.9% Favor of President Obama, 40.5% Favor of John McCain, with that marginal of a win, your argument doesn't mean anything to me. Do you have figures on the NC democrats and blacks who voted for "real marriage"? I'd love to fact check your information if you don't mind.”
“The human mind develops the ethics and moral standpoints that will determine the rest of your life in your late teens early 20's that can reprogram earlier maturity levels, you should really read research on the matter.
This woman has worked at an organization for over 30 years, and had something on her record from 40 years prior, statute of limitations comes into play, depending on the crime anywhere from 2 to 20 years, unless its a murder, I can be wrong, and welcome anyone to adjust my time frame, petty theft when you're a teenager should not be a determining factor for yourethical character 40 years down the road unless you're a repeat offender.
Wells Fargo committed crimes which it may very well get off for due in part to a great legal team which they employ as counsel, but because the letter of the law is just, doesn't mean its fair, sadly. Unfortunately, this isn't a black and white situation, so for you to have such a base mindset is just ludicrous. I hate to call people out, and I was preventing myself from commenting anything today, but you my dear friend, have earned the honors.
I stole yarn when I was a kid and never got caught, eventually realizing it is not right to steal, went back in and left the yarn where I found it. Does that mean I can't work in finance now?
Mindsets like yours are what lead to dumbfounded conclusions and irrational decisions.”
“"When parties to lawsuits are wrong on the facts and wrong on the law, they resort to the same outrageous rhetoric," didn't Mr. Abbott make such a statement by comparing PP to terrorism? He knew what he was doing...”
Jagfrisco on May 2, 2012 at 09:51:07
“And this is why I can never date a lawyer. You just can't trust 'em (that's the Texas in me talkin'). They get drunk with the power they can lord over someone, anyone. Even a bad lawyer can still mess with someone lower on the totem pole.”
yukonsam on May 2, 2012 at 09:48:05
“But you see, he denies that the statement that compares PP to terrorist organizations actually makes such a comparison, and therefore quoting their own words is "outrageous rhetoric".
It's like the time Newt said (I kid you not) that anybody who quoted what he said on one specific issue was lying.
It's all very straightforward if you just look at it from the perspective of somebody with a severe persecution complex coupled with delusions of grandeur.”
“Exactly my point. It doesn't say hate, but the fact is that there is a difference between instilling onto others your personal beliefs and having basic human rights that should be respected by all. Once you become vocal about your displeasure with a group of people because of their differences, you're introducing a level of "hate" at its most basic form. That, through the right channels (and by right I mean wrong) is emphasized and is then taken to extremes. I respect people's views, but people should not instill those views on others. Everyone has their own for a reason.”
“If it matters what G-d thinks most, then why is he trying to interpret what 'G-d's' views are as his own predetermined notion to be disrespectful to a group of individuals. I don't see anywhere in the bible where it says, hate gay people... does anyone else? I'm not gay and I still have profound respect for those who are.”
Brennan Christiansen on Apr 27, 2012 at 10:32:16
“But it doesnt say Hate gay people, it just says that being gay is a sin.”
Brennan Christiansen on Apr 27, 2012 at 10:31:29
“Genisis, Sodom and Gomorrah. Your welcome. :)”
chemistrydoc on Apr 27, 2012 at 10:20:47
“And if God created all humans, why would He keep creating LGBT folks after the first few, if it was a mistake or an "abomination"?”