“Richard, the conservatives aren't even mentioning it. Not a peep. It's as if it didn't happen.”
blackmanx2011 on May 25, 2014 at 09:21:49
“Same with them shutting down the government last fall and stunting economic growth in this country.”
Prib2009 on May 25, 2014 at 06:18:19
“That's because they know that the people who vote for them don't do fact checking. He also didn't mention the Jobs for Vets bill that the Republican led House would not even bring to the floor for a vote. Nor did he mention the large number of veterans and their families who had their food stamps cut by the GOP.”
“So you're "explaining" Dr. Carson's statement so that we can all understand what he meant. I get it. Nice of ya'll. I see a number of people explaining what Dr. Carson meant by it. But isn't it something how conservatives refuse to grant the same reasonableness when it comes to deciphering HIllary Clinton's "what difference does it make" statement, or Pres. Obama's "you didn't build that," comment? Why is that?”
“As she explains in her comments, she was afraid to speed up because it was raining heavily and she was right in that decision. Look what happened to the guy. Lost control on rain slick road...”
The Brit on Apr 1, 2014 at 14:54:17
“Having checked the video again, the roads were dry, as was the truck following and her own windows. There is nothing to support your comment that it was raining heavily. he lost control because he over corrected his initial reckless swerve.”
“That's an optical illusion. she didnt speed up. He slowed down so he could angle himself directly aligned with her window.”
adp5188 on Apr 1, 2014 at 09:24:56
“I don't think there's any real proof either way, but it makes much more sense that she sped up to block him because:
1. Why wouldn't he just flip her off as he was going by?
2. You could see his rear light for a second and there was no break light on (I woudl think there would be if he was slowing down that much that he actually fell all the way behind her).
3. I do not believe that it was THAT difficult for him to align himself with her seeing as he first went way past her then fell way behind before coming back up.
4. He did not seem to care at first, just gave an annoyed look. It was her blocking him that made him flip her off like that.”
“She was paying attention to the road. You don't need to take your eyes off the road to use a phone camera. She was merely holding it up. If you watch the video, her driving is extremely steady the whole time, even when the truck goes careening in front of her, she remains calm and steady. Eerily so, if you ask me.”
ksun427 on Apr 1, 2014 at 07:50:49
“I can drive steady looking into my rear view mirror too, which in my opinion was what she was doing. She was so focused on the other driver behind her she should thank her lucky stars she wasn't the one in the accident.”
“Sorry Eddie, but when you post an OPINION piece written by a FOX "news" blogger on a niche topic about judicial nominees - total non-starter as it doesn't even RELATE to the filibustering of congressional LEGISLATION needed to move this country forward - in addition to calling me "common," and a "party hardliner" as if you're NOT... well, the conversation is over before it even started. I don't know... call me unreasonable, but when I think "excessive whining," six years of "Waaaah! I want my country back!" pops instantly into my mind.”
esully63 on Mar 25, 2014 at 06:59:23
“To start with I was fully expecting you to disagree with anything from FOX as a party hardliner that's expected, not very intelligent but expected. The only way to see the truth is to see all sides. The article had solid facts and descent insight. As far as having nothing to do with filibuster in legislation goes that's an awful naive statement. We have already seen a lack of support from the democrats since the filibuster has been busted and they can no longer hide behind the filibuster and blame the republicans. As far as me being a party hardliner, you must be daft. I actually voted Clinton both times and Obama on his first run. I personally don't get involved in these ridiculous fights between parties since I believe neither party is doing the country justice. I just like to point out, occasionally, to the blind party hardliners that their party is just as inept as the other and if they want to fix things they need to start with their own party. You stand a better chance of affecting change within your own party first. Lord knows both parties need a lot of work. As far as "WAAAh! I want my country back" goes, that goes back a heck of a lot further than 6 years. Do you honestly believe we were not in trouble 20-30 years ago, let me tell you we have been slipping for a good many years.”