2 +2 = 4
Free choice + Equal Rights = Bad
Gays + Marraige = Bad
Nationalized Healthcare = Bad
Privatized Social Security = Good
Arabian + Muslim = Terrorist
Cheating + Religion = O.K.
Saudi Arabian Hijakers + Afghanistan Al' Queda = Attack Iraq
Spreading Fear + Questioning your patriotism = Getting elected
Relying on the continued support from ignorant Americans = Priceless”
“"Sargent Crowley is a real likeable guy when hes not arresting you." LOL. Say what you want about Obama's handling of this, it does seem to cool down the debate seeing the men share stories and a beer together. Well played President Obama. Oh and one more thing, Joe, a non-alcoholic beer? Jesus just drink some hawaiian punch or something.”
frost12 on Jul 31, 2009 at 10:08:44
“Professional means not letting EGO get involved.”
BobSacomano on Jul 31, 2009 at 09:48:14
“No doubt FOX will play up the low/no alcohol beer angle to make Biden seem un-American.”
“Here we go with conservative values again. What are they?
1.) Cheating, while promoting family values and denouncing other cheaters.
2.) Lowering taxes on everyone making more money than I will see in my lifetime. After all they donate the most to your campaign.
3.) Being absolutely hypocritical over everything, but then again, that is some democrats too.
4.) Blocking any reform in congress and blaming democrats for what happened over the last eight years.
5.) Giving away our civil liberties as long as they dont touch our guns.
6.) Immediately judging without researching or using logic.
“What is really sad is this is getting more investigation than 9-11 did. 9-11 was an open and shut case. This thing is still ongoing. The same people that were laughing at all the 9-11 conspiracy people, are now creating a ridiculous conspiracy of their own. The only difference is 9-11 conspiracy people would hold open debates about 9-11. Just look up Popular mechanics debate with 9-11. Watch Popular Mechanics get owned.”
“Is this really a story? It takes Colin Powell to say something about this to make headlines? Why doesn't the main stream media pull a fox news and explain it themselves why she is not ready to be president EVER! I used to have great respect for Powell until he became the Bush administrations puppet who gave a speech leading us to war. Seriously, he should have lost all credibility there. Although he makes great sense today, it is his past that troubles me. You will have to live with your sell-out the rest of your life Gen. Powell. You are no better than the administration you served.”
generalp2 on Aug 11, 2009 at 02:48:53
“Get your facts straight General Powell read information that was given to him by the State Department research team backed by the highest member of the Pentagon. This was not just some thing the great General made up. you could learn something from this great and courageous man, making the ultimate sacrifice for his country as he had done time and time again on the battle field , now he was doing it in front of the whole world , this great american is worthy of the utmost respect and even reverence.”
“I did not think that Lindsey Graham was capable of intelligent speech. Let alone intelligent thought. Well said Lindsey for once in your life. As to the rest of the Corporaticans, you continue to shine the light on the political games you play. The public is not as stupid as you think.”
“You might be right True Blue. He probably did act like a child. It was his home. It was his property. Do we or do we not have the right as Americans to act out as we wish on our own property within the context of the law? Oh yeah, there are a couple rulings that allow people to act this way in massachussetts....."In several cases, the courts in Massachusetts have considered whether a person is guilty of disorderly conduct for verbally abusing a police officer. In Commonwealth v. Lopiano, a 2004 decision, an appeals court held it was not disorderly conduct for a person who angrily yelled at an officer that his civil rights were being violated. In Commonwealth v. Mallahan, a decision rendered last year, an appeals court held that a person who launched into an angry, profanity-laced tirade against a police officer in front of spectators could not be convicted of disorderly conduct.
So Massachusetts law clearly provides that Gates did not commit disorderly conduct." Posted from this site.
So I ask of you what was the bigger problem? The fact he was acting like a tool on his own property, or the fact that he was arrested by a police officer who has thin skin? According to Mass. court rulings....I would say the later.”