“10%, wow, what generosity from someone with a ridiculous amount of money. I'm sure it's a huge stretch for her to take such a severe financial hit; hopefully she'll be ok. We wouldn't want anything to befall a national treasure like Kim Kardashian.
Huh, sarcasm font's still not up and running?”
theirhere on Nov 23, 2013 at 21:11:56
“Ten percent of a sale advertised as a benefit -----THAT IS REPREHENSIBLE AND IN VERY VERY POOR TASTE”
“I had to laugh about the tweet about President Rubio packing the courts.
1. Filling a vacant position isn't "packing"; if a President made more positions and then put his/her own nominees in, that would be packing.
2. President Rubio? If the Tweeter is going for a possibility, it'd be President Christie, and if that person is going for Tea Party conservative, why not Cruz or Paul? Senator Thirsty isn't going to be a major force in 2016.”
LustyLampoonist on Nov 21, 2013 at 22:56:39
“It's always nice to have a comment from someone who remembers the American history he learned in high school.
Now, shall we talk about having 13 Supremes?!”
KeithTexas on Nov 21, 2013 at 22:39:47
“Rubio will never be president, Cruz will never be president, Paul maybe but not 2016”
UCBAlum on Nov 21, 2013 at 22:32:43
“Methinks senator drymouth would have a really tough time in a debate.”
Nov 17, 2013 at 23:29:28
Grandpa McChugsaBrew grew up in the Depression, is 91, and still repairs everything he owns rather than buying new stuff whenever there is a problem; we'd all be well-served to try harder at fixing rather than replacing.”
JHKH on Nov 17, 2013 at 23:37:47
“Yes, we'd be better off, but our corporate owners wouldn't like it much, would they?”
“I'm the treasurer of a corporation and we follow the old rule that the highest paid member of the company makes no more than 20 times the amount of the lowest-paid worker. We've found that (while voluntary) paying a higher wage even for what is normally a "minimum wage" job has resulted in our employees working much harder, more intelligently, and haven't had anyone leave in almost two years, as opposed to the few times we offered a minimum wage. Meanwhile we're not hurting for profits and living quite comfortably while continuing to grow.
I think if we had a better culture of corporate responsibility and an appreciation for all the people who make a company function, we wouldn't need to have this sort of legislation. Just my two cents.”
“Wouldn't divorce be the ultimate showing of lack of actual marital commitment? Just because you believe in getting married doesn't make it more of a commitment; staying married does.”
lordmad on Nov 6, 2013 at 19:37:12
“Lax marriage/divorce laws lead people to come to other states to get dissolution of their pact. I'm not sure how this "study" includes that but it doesn't seem to and I am positive this accounts for a much larger percentage that some want to believe.”
“Interesting to see that the states that usually scream bloody murder about "family values" getting ruined have much higher rates than the supposed marriage and family-hating liberals in New York, Massachusetts, and California.”
tec4 cleveland on Nov 7, 2013 at 16:22:44
“Be careful not to think "New York City" = "New York" ... remember the rural upstate areas as well.”
seanymph007 on Nov 6, 2013 at 21:46:21
“Perhaps THAT is precisely why they are screaming about it?”
“Oh good, this song and dance again. GOP filibusters, Harry Reid will totally use the nuclear option this time for sure guys I won't stand for this how dare they, GOP offers a phony handshake agreement that they'll never do it again, honest, and Reid accepts it and looks like he got a spine transplant from a jellyfish.