“It's not correct for this article to say there's no definitive answer to the question of whether GMOs are safe to eat. Every mainstream scientific organization in the world says GMO food is no different from any other food.
There's not a shred of evidence to the contrary. This isn't journalism, it's a sales pitch for the organic industry.”
ruthtruth on Dec 2, 2013 at 16:47:09
“Then you eat it . Bon appetit.”
herewegoagain101 on Dec 2, 2013 at 16:22:05
“Fine. But let the consumer make that decision.”
John Stopple on Dec 2, 2013 at 16:16:16
“But there certainly is no reason to avoid labeling. The fact that some people make knee jerk decisions no argument against giving the basic information about how the food was grown.”
“People think I'm joking when I say I wish we'd never let Texas into the union. That bunch of freeloaders has always received far more federal dollars than they pay in taxes. They provide more than their share of Stupid Ideas. AND, they gave America a politician I will only identified as the Worst President In U.S. History.
I just wish we could get a refund for all the money the rest of us spent building roads, hospitals, airports, water systems, sewer systems, schools, etc. in that benighted state.
Texans have always been far more trouble than they could ever be worth. Let them secede. We need Texas like New Orleans needs hurricanes.”
Maezeppa on Nov 26, 2013 at 11:17:43
“Actually, Texas is a donor state that gets back less of its dollars than it pays out. And worry not - just bide your time because one fine day Texas will once again be a big, bad, BLUE state.”
FromaNawlinsLevee on Nov 24, 2013 at 18:27:50
“From New Orleans:
Louisiana will supply the scissors to cut the border and let 'em secede!!!
And you are correct--Nawlins doesn't need any more hurricanes! Thanks for a funny Post!”
“I'll happily call you a bagger if you like. But I don't remember ever hearing the president say that. Google can't find a single instance, either.
Is it possible you are hallucinating again? When you take your medication in the morning, it might be a good idea to stop splitting the pill in half. Take the whole thing for a while and see it that helps.”
Jump John on Oct 25, 2013 at 16:46:38
“he he, that's funny lefty, but u r a low informed lefty.”
“Absolutely untrue. Statements like this are a sad commentary on the poor state of science education in the american public school system. It's no wonder so many people believe global warming is a myth, fluoride is a commie plot, and Adam & Eve played with dinosaurs in the Garden of Eden.”
HazelPethigFan on May 20, 2013 at 13:42:47
“Hey Neutralino. Good to see you back. I am still here typing away at all the science deniers, as you can see. Nothing changes. Huffpost is as goofy as ever.”
“Nice way to recycle a cool building. Here in Cleveland, we've got several indoor water parks, plus a 20-acre amusement park inside the IX Center near the airport. They make nice escapes during winter and the hottest days of summer.”
“My wife and I live this way. From our perspective, it is far more practical AND pleasant.
Being debt free is pleasant on a daily basis. Spending less on food, clothes, housing, cars, etc., gives you more freedom and pleasure, not let.”
biggy ww on Jan 31, 2013 at 12:38:19
“Many people, myself included, enjoy being frugal and living within our means. My point is that not everyone is blessed with good health in their declining years, and many people had to sacrifice all their lives to help their kids or others, so telling them to get healthy or stop spending money isn't necessarily helpful advice. It can be insulting. ”
chaya on Jan 31, 2013 at 12:08:50
“If you live free of sickness, it wasn't your doing, believe me.”
“When did either of those guys actively support war? Obama voted against going to Iraq, has pulled out, and is withdrawing from Afghanistan. Clinton played the diplomatic game in Bosnia, finally sending troops for the NATO action; FYI, he had NO COMBAT deaths in that successful campaign.
“Is that right? Honestly, I don't know. It seems odd that House rules would allow concealed handguns. This isn't right, is it?”
Olderandwiser55 on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:57:33
“I can't imagine that it is...allowed in some state houses but I doubt in the US House. I'd like to know.”
SWEET MONTANA on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:37:13
“Absolutely! That is one of the first things the tea party freshmen did when they took office was to repeal the forty year-old ban on carrying firearms on the house floor by using the Gabriel Giffords shooting as an excuse to protect themselves. Recently Rep. Kyle Tasker dropped a loaded gun on the house floor and I don't recall him getting any heat from it , does anyone?”
“I am amazed that House Republicans were dumb enough to take the bait offered by Rush. Yes, it is true that House rules forbid hoods.
So what? Enforcing that rule (in this case) demonstrates that Republicans care more about dumb rules than 1) free speech, and 2) people.
I give Rush credit for coming up with a good idea. Still, it blows my mind that the House republicans were stupid enough to help him make his point. If they had simply shut up they would have prevented Rush from getting all this attention.”
Dare To Dream on Mar 28, 2012 at 21:08:42
“Forbid hoods or forbid hats, I sincerey believe there to be a difference.”
Billy Dinkins on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:38:54
“It blows my mind how stupid people like you are blinded by partisan feelings that you have so much that you can't see the obvious answer. That rule has been in effect since 1837 so it has nothing to do with the Republicans that you hate. This wasn't about them not caring about free speech or people. It was about the chamber not being used for political grandstanding and theatre. Rush can go outside and wear his hoodie for the cameras all he wants. A law that has been enforced for 175 years should be pretty clear. And don't try to say it's only about hats, it's about covering the head.”
mijjy on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:24:10
“Thinking in broad context has been removed from the GOTP 'win the elections @ any costs to the public' for over 30 years. Transparent suit of clothes for them - never mind that they're naked, thinking they're emperors, while Rome burns, and they fiddle. OR thinking in consistent contexts that”
mmprtnrs on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:22:04
“Rep. Bobby Rush has major health issues. He should retire. No one listens to him anymore.”
Jerseytime on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:21:03
“See my post, above.”
Gordonfan24 on Mar 28, 2012 at 12:20:09
“No surprise really, as they're the stupidest people in the nation without a doubt.”
“If any of these scenarios happen, the effect on nuke plants will be the least of our worries.
I am indeed concerned about global warming, and I do indeed expect that the amount of harm will increase for the foreseeable future. The effect on agriculture, coastal areas, wildlife habitat and the global economy will dwarf any conceivable effect on nuke plants.”
“It should be obvious that this guy is a Democrat. If he'd been a Republican the target would have been 1) underage, 2) male, or 3) both.”
Bunny Brooks on Feb 23, 2012 at 14:56:46
“Mark Foley, US. Representative
Crime: Sending sexual, grammatically challenged emails to teenaged boys enrolled in the Congressional page program for over than 10 years.
Hypocrisy: Chairman of the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children. One of the foremost opponents of child pornography in the Senate.
Quote: “get a ruler and measure it for me”
Leader of the National Association of Evangelicals
Crime: Paying male prostitutes for sex and snorting crystal meth.
Hypocrisy: A powerful force in the evangelical movement, Haggard participated in weekly meetings with President GWB and top advisors giving spiritual advice. He taught that homosexuality was an abomination and actively lobbied against gay rights.
Quote: “I did not have a homosexual relationship with a man in Denver.”
Florida House of Representatives
Florida Chairman of McCain’s Presidential Campaign
Crime: Offering an undercover cop $20 to blow him in a men’s room in a public park. After being arrested, Allen explained that he offered to blow the cop because he was a “burly black man” and he “didn’t want to become a statistic.”
Hypocrisy: Allen was one of 21 legislators to sign Gov. Jeb Bush’s friend-of-the-court brief supporting a ban on gays adopting children, he co-sponsored an unsuccessful bill to enhance penalties for “offenses involving unnatural and lascivious acts” such as indecent exposure.
Quote: “I certainly wasn’t there to have sex with anybody and certainly wasn’t there to exchange money for it.””
“In a Tuesday press conference Jesus Christ, king of king, lord of lords, issued the following statement:
"During the last several months presidential candidate Rick Santorum has made numerous false and misleading claims that I wish to clarify. I have never spoken to Mr. Santorum, I do not support his positions, I do not support his campaign, and I disagree strenuously with almost all of his public positions. I ask all my supporters to oppose Mr. Santorum's campaign, and I ask him to stop lying about me.
"Although I am very angry about Mr. Santorum's statements, I nevertheless forgive him."”