Jul 12, 2012 at 17:27:14
“So if your looking for one good doctor you can trust, isnt that doctor hopping like you say hypochondriacs do?
Also since doctor appointments are so inexpensive for the majority of people in this country, the majority being those uninsured, it should be easy to doctor shop.
Oh yes, and seriously do away with self checks, why would you want to take responsibility for your own health?”
“Had spike tweeted the right address was he planning on sitting back and 'watching the show' if the family was terrorized or worse?”
Lmsblubyu on Mar 29, 2012 at 19:57:03
“He probably had hidden cameras in place so he could post it on youtube...I wouldn't be suprised by anything this idiot does. I do feel sorry for that family who lived at that address.”
Dee Pittsburgh on Mar 29, 2012 at 19:26:05
“Is this what the world is coming to? Do not like the justice..so take things into your own hands? Electronic stalking? Spike Lee was encouraging some sort of violence . WHere are the charges against him? I hope those people that live there sue him for all he is worth!”
“So now we have celebrities advocating vigilante justice against innocent private citizens, then saying 'oops I'm sorry'. With all the hate crime laws in effect it is shocking that Fox news said that what Spike Lee did does not fall under any criminal statutes. He may be sued in a civil court but that is all. What if someone is attacker and or murdered because of those tweets, will it still only be civil?”
“So is she saying she gave the guy $100.00, and also gave him a lottery ticket by mistake?
Or is she saying she meant to give him $100.00 and instead handed him a lottery ticket.
Wow, did she just now miss the ticket when she found out the guy won?
Did she only miss the ticket when the guy mentioned her name after winning?
Did she report the ticket missing from day one, and they have been trying to figure out who she gave it to.
How do you prove he knew she was giving him a lottery ticket by mistake?
If the guy was being dishonest, it seems stupid to mention her name and bring this investigation onto himself.
How does this stuff work?”
Mar 26, 2012 at 22:59:12
“Since his race is going to be the true indicator of his guilt or innocence, lets worry whether or not his name is hispanic sounding. What are you worried about, only white people can be racist? If he killed that guy, he can't get extra time for a hate crime because he might be hispanic? Talk about LOL”
2008FedUP on Mar 27, 2012 at 00:03:32
“No worries....clink clink they are waiting for his ousae warming”
“So does the Dream Act include all illegal immigrants from all countries?
Or is the Dream Act prejudice toward some and inclusive of others?
I mean does an illegal from Iceland, France, Russia, Serbia, Africa have the same privilidges and opportunities under the dream act as an illegal from Mexico?”
“What's the point of borders or immigration laws anyway?
What is the point of unenforced laws concerning immigration?
Apparently those people whom come here legally have a lot more to worry about than (the 'undocumented') due to the hassels and the 'documentation' they must under go.
I bet legal immigrants feel kind of stupid now, when they see all the rights and privilidges they could have had under the Dream Act by simply staying 'undocumented'.
It should make a forigner think twice about pros and cons of doing things 'legally' in our country.
What kind of example is being set for young people from other countries who want to come
Why do things legally? It's a hassel and look at all the attention and protection the illegal, I mean undocumented get.
How do you explain the concept of protecting the 'undocumented' to all those whom respected the law and immigrated here legally?”
“I think we should just change the word illegal do undoucumented on a permanent basis.
For example: Consider realizing the econmic challenges of someone who takes thing from stores or other businesses without paying.
Perhaps it was actually just an undocumented credit purchase.
Why label people thieves or call them shoplifters?
Perhaps if these individuals were to hold rallys, the past undocumented purchases could be ignored and there could be money and opportunities given to the finacially challenged so all future credit purchases could be documented an legal.
I am sure everyone who makes undocumented credit purchases would have prefered to do so legally if it were not for financial challenges.
I think having a rally would prove that intent.
I say we need to recognize people with economic challenges and legalize undocumented credit purchases.”
Dave009 on Mar 26, 2012 at 18:35:54
“I like how you think. We shouldn't label people thieves or shoplifters because that just alienates them! No, just call everything which is illegal 'undocumented'. Excellent idea and clever post.”
“I noticed is a play on words to get away from the term illegal aliens,to a politically correct version of undocumented.
So if someone takes something from a store and does not pay, could we call that an undocumented credit purchase?
I mean its not fun for the store owners, but shouldn't we consider the economic challenges of the person forced to make undocumented credit purchases?
Why sholdn't certain economically challenged individuals be able to make undocumented credit purchases?
I mean I am sure they would love to do it legally but the economic challenges they face are not fair.
If enough rallys were held, maybe the law could make the past undocumented credit purchases legal, and give out grant money so that the future purchases could all be legal!”
Romano54 on Mar 26, 2012 at 18:49:51
“I like that. Should help a lot with the household budget!”
“Ok, who started this hoodie thing anyway?
Was it the Monks, Athletes, Rappers, Joggers, Hikers?
Somebody needs to speak up and take responsibility for this whole hoodie thing!!!!!”
vga1966 on Mar 23, 2012 at 17:09:32
“To the gem who called me a racist, FYI Uniform Crime Rept. (FBI) Compared to whites Blacks were 3.1X likely to be arrested for Aggravated Assault, 2.8X for Forcible Rape, 7.8X for Robbery. And they are 3.9X likely to commit any violent crime, and 6X for murder. . 2010 the top five most dangerous cities in the US, Flint, Michigan 31% black, Detroit, 82%, St. Louis 51%, New Haven CT. 37% & Memphis TN 61%. Do we see some kind of pattern here? Or maybe the whole government and its agencies are racist. Gee isn't the Pres. a person of color.”
vga1966 on Mar 23, 2012 at 17:00:56
“Same guy who started the low rider jeans where your butt and underwear are showing.”
“I could almost agree with taxing all chuches, I definitely believe millionaires, billionaires, and corporations should be taxed just like the working class. But there is a constitutional reason churches are not taxed.There is a distinction between constitutionally separate “sovereigns.” For one sovereign entity to tax another leaves the taxed one subservient to that authority. This is true both in the symbolic statement of paying the tax and in the practical effect of supporting the sovereign party. So, in our constitutional structure, states may not tax each other, and they may not tax property of the federal government. The District of Columbia does not tax the property owned by foreign governments, and New York does not tax the property owned by the United Nations.
The church is not subserviant to the government and the government is not subserviant to the churches.”
mixrbear on Mar 23, 2012 at 14:25:50
“the problem i have is that AS SOON AS churches delve into politics, their tax-exempt status should be revoked. period.”
“Reporter Alice Hines saids "Mormons have a new way of showing financial devotion"!
"Do you need some 'Jesus' with your Jeggings?'
I wonder if Alice Hines could write this way about just any religion?
Of course she didn't say anything about the religions that she knew would seek her job for offending them, in the manner she has offended the Mormons.
This prejudice Alice Hines has shown in this article, she didn't just keep it at saying Mormon church, she said the Mormons. That includes a lot of individuals, people she has never met and knows nothing about, all Alice Hines really knows about the subject is her own prejudece, her own bias.”
wadenlizs on Mar 23, 2012 at 13:40:22
“Well said Mucklow. Great response to snarky, hateful article - and I use the term article loosely.”
“Wow, was this article ever written with sarcasm, nothing like a little tongue in cheek, poison pen in hand Bias. Reporter Alice Hines covering the retail industry and consumer culture. For example " City Creek shoppers can rest assured that their purchases---a $535.00 Porsch Design tobacco pipe perhaps, will bring them a little closer to God". Remember it must be true because Alice Hines told you "Mormons are REQUIRED to donate or tithe.Church of Jesur Christ Latter Day Saints temple of consumption. What more does the public need to know? Alice Hines is a reporter for the Huffington Post covering the retail industry and consumer culture. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University with a degree in Comparative Literature. At Brown, she was the Metro editor of the College Hill Independent. She has worked previously at Marie Claire France and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. .”
surghucjls on Mar 23, 2012 at 13:54:53
“Probably very intelligent but no common sense. She sure knows how to sway her words.”
Ray442 on Mar 23, 2012 at 13:24:59
“OMG here we go with this "intellectual BS" again.... I have worked with MANY PHD's and a large number of them could not chew gum and walk !! What ever happened to common sense ? experience, logic ??? How many PHD's were there among the founding Fathers of this country ? Sorry folks we have apparently lost our way...Get a life!! No I am not a Mormon, but I can tell you that I have been approached by more Baptist and Evangelical missionaries than I have Mormons.”
“Yes, why is it that Muslim women can pat down their selves, but a parent cannot stand near their child and confort them. Obviously an American toddler is much more of a threat than a grown Muslim woman.”
BH310 on Mar 19, 2012 at 13:28:30
“The real threat always gets a pass under this administration.”
“Hey, lets target Christians, because being Politically correct does not mean that it is wrong to show mockery and prejudice to any group of people, because of their race or religion.
Politically correct is about Who's Turn It Is.
Whether its right or wrong is beside the point.”
secondsoprano on Mar 8, 2012 at 20:29:16
“We mock you because what you believe is laughable.
We "prejudice" you because your laughable beliefs cause significant and direct harm.”
LeftRight on Mar 8, 2012 at 20:06:33
“No, we're not picking on Christians, we're picking on Xtians who have made the goal for their whole life the eradication of what they think god is against.”
Nathan0316 on Mar 8, 2012 at 20:01:47
“You have a point, but as all religions (except maybe Buddism) demand you kill anyone who believes in any of the others, I say we start mocking all of them, in alphabetical order...”
“Its so 'Shocking', all these women choosing to become pregnant without the help of men.
Apparently there are a lot of female rapists out there forcing protesting males into acts that lead to unplanned pregnancies.
I also like the idea of asking women why they need birth control or how often they use it, with how many different partners?
Wouldn't be idiotic to ask a man why he needed Viagra?, or to question how many partners he had and if that led to an unnecessary amount of Viagra being used?”