“Hard to believe there's such a disconnect between the government and this judge?. No one can tell Judge Malihi his request is out of line? How about legal and job losing consequences for Judge Malihi for wasting the tax payers dollars and encouraging UnAmerican activities against our president of the United State?”
“I'm not really a fan of this kind of heckling. What is the point? Were these Democrats? I could'n't understand ONE word they were shouting. I felt terrible for Gingrich, who I do not like. He's yet to be the candidate and we already have protesters against him? I hope they were not Democrats because most of us WANT Gingrich to get the ticket and run against Obama.”
Really I B Waiting on Dec 21, 2011 at 18:59:00
“"What is the point?" I have my opinion but that and a $1.25 will buy me a cup of coffee somewhere.
Second part; Gingrich has announned his candidacy, he's fair game as far as non-violent political protest. All politicans all need to be aware that there is another point of view.”
DianneinCA on Dec 21, 2011 at 18:51:10
“It is hard to feel sorry for someone so devoid of compassion or common sense. Newt richly deserves what he is getting from the Republican establishment and the Republican voting public. I doubt Democrats would be involved, since Newt is destroying his own chances, as usual. We Dems can just stand back and watch the karma coming home to roost.”
Jan 5, 2012 at 16:59:06
“She's hot. I know she said she wasn't crazy, but why does she like that guy so much?”
LastAngryWoman on Jan 6, 2012 at 10:14:29
“Perhaps you were not aware that there a couple of differences may exist between who and or what women find appealing and who or what men find appealing.
Perhaps you already know this...so forgive me...but unlike males...women can rate sexiness-factor based upon NOT looks (or in spite of them) but upon brains and personality. And for some, of course, I suppose it's money and cars and such.
For example, I would hit Bernie Sanders any day of the week. Or Alan Grayson. ANY day of the week. Bernie is one of the sexiest men alive; I'm not crazy, just female. Most of us finds BRains sexy.
Men, on the other hand, and as I have read here in these threads NUMEROUS times have admitted IN PRINT that they would "hit" Sarah Palin...even though they despise her. For them...it just doesn't matter. I guess that's why blowupdolls are so successful with a certain segment of the male population.”
“Does the man have to be ON every second? We should give the multimillionaire credit for riding coach. That being said, riding coach on a plane is probably one of the few times he would be able to actually have a conversation with a random American. The person, he sat next to, a professional, sounded informed with valid ideas on cutting healthcare costs. This seemed like a lost opportunity for R - and it also tells you something about the man; someone that can't be bothered no matter what the subject may be.”
carolina919 on Nov 7, 2011 at 13:26:50
“Governor Romney riding "coach"....oh, yeah, that's right....he did tell us "I'm unemployed too".........who's more laughable? The Governor for going along with this or his handlers for putting him up to it?”
“Why the daughter needs to write a book about this is pretty sad. We all can find an angle or instances where our parents failed the parenting test.”
tnrc75 on Oct 3, 2011 at 21:55:57
“But if you were in Alexis' position, are you sure you wouldn't have written a comparable book?”
headhuntnyc on Oct 3, 2011 at 14:32:37
“Very true and then there is the true test . . . when we have our own and know what we didn't do quite right . . . and the dedication is just gross. A therapist's wet dream . . . I know you won't get mad at me? What immaturity.
After rearing my own two children, my husband and I know we did the best we could. And I gained a much deeper appreciation of what my parents did right and where they really just missed the boat.”
Backtalkisahorse on Oct 3, 2011 at 14:31:31
“Ahhhhh...! but do you have enough to turn into a book?! That anyone would buy? It's just business ;-)
“It's hard for me to believe a Democrat or an Independent who voted Obama into office would suddenly turn around and vote Republican next election especially with these Tea Party influenced Republican candidates. Obama's entire presidency has been about compromising to the Right. We've seen very little in the way of Democratic policies going through and what has been put into play has been so chipped away by the - just say no Republicans - their purpose and benefits have become unrecognizable. Any one paying attention knows much of our problems have more to do with the world economic situation; the Republican's preventing the President to govern as well as the cost of our wars and the decade of tax cuts than anything this President has done. With the Tea Party's hang ups on religion, sexuality, gun control, abortion, taxes, social security, health care, and science, one has to be pretty ignorant to place their vote with anyone but Obama.”
“These types always end up being gay themselves. He's hilarious. I can't believe what he's saying. Another sad example of religious extremists. I feel sorry for his wife and kids; having to put up with his limited view on reality.”
“Paul just makes a lot of sense from ending these wars to legalizing certain drugs to not making a big issue on same sex marriage. I've yet to see anyone in this republican race that comes off more logical and less political.”
georgechevrolet on Aug 15, 2011 at 12:35:32
“Very well said, I would give you a smart badge but I ran out a few minutes ago.”
“It's sad because he's really preaching to the choir. The President continues to be his level headed best, while the people who need to be listening have some other agenda. You have our support, Mr. President, if you need to use the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling. If the whack jobs start screaming "impeachment", the American people already know that word, that process, means nothing, as we learned with our last Great President. Stay strong. We trust you. Many of us are hoping these extensive cuts both sides are trying to put through will not, in fact, make the recession and the lives of the average American worse.”
onsiteval on Jul 30, 2011 at 19:34:14
“Oh you're paying such close attention. I can't wait till the hits the fan and I'm going to laugh at all you blind libs when it does bkz u will be in there too. I mean if u don't count on tax $ for your livelihood that is. Look up HR 4646 - wait till that passes. Or how about the MID is gone, oh u may not know what that is. I'm not going to tell u go find out yourself before Jan 2013. Of course, if u don't work or own a home, ooop I may be given a clue there.”
“Obama has demonstrated again and again and again and again and again and again his willingness to work with Republicans and compromise. We get it. We see it. Has there been compromise on the other side? NO, they spit in the presidents face at every opportunity. They don't think we see this? They may have some drinking the Kool-Aid with their lies and misdirection of the TRUE facts, but not THE MAJORITY! Obama can not, should not and doesn't need to cave in (much more) with these people. They are not his friends. Their eye is not on what is in the best interest for our country. He needs to stand firm with the taxing of the one percent. He needs to stand firm not touching medicare and social security. Who is still falling for this concept that by taxing the ultra wealthy this will affect job growth when we continue to have the highest unemployment in history and it's during the continued Bush tax cuts? The cuts that conceivably got us into this debt in the first place. History has shown the Obama administration has bent over backwards on practically every issue to demonstrate their willingness to work with the Right. THIS HAS BEEN COVERED. It's time for him to act alone and do what's right, even if it means defaulting on our debt.”
Sandmann6712 on Jul 7, 2011 at 12:26:23
“Unfortunately Harry Reid is immovable and the leader of the opposition to any House proposals.”
dgarrett on Jul 7, 2011 at 12:26:07
“He is either complicit in the scam, stupid, or oblivious. I vote for "complicit".”
Jun 2, 2011 at 15:08:44
“Looks like a funny movie. I'd see it. What wrong with JA? She's a funny, attractive, competent actress and has participated in some of the most successful movie and television projects of the last 15 years. She's earned the career she has currently.”
May 21, 2011 at 17:22:21
“It would be nice to see him by-pass his recent slump and go back to being the big money maker he always was. He seems to have a gift for picking good projects and choosing the best people to work with. According to many, his work ethic is matched by few. I know people like to pretend he's not a very good actor, but I've yet to see a false moment in anything he's done - well maybe "Eyes Wide Shut."”
CaroleK1970 on May 21, 2011 at 20:04:42
“maybe if he did gay porn”
ChrisDWard on May 21, 2011 at 18:54:35
“I agree. Though his silly couch-jumping, association with Scientology, and some of his mindless big-budget movies have turned me off in recent years, he's not a bad actor at all. He was terrific in "Born on the 4th of July," "Magnolia," "The Firm," etc., and several others. He certainly has the resources to do whatever he likes, but I'd love to see him do smaller, independent films that showcase his range, because I do believe he has the chops. But he does seem to have a "blockbuster, bigger-is-better" mentality when it comes to the movies he makes. Enough already. Show us you really can act, Tom!”
kiksadi50 on May 21, 2011 at 17:53:38
“this guy has been a billionaire for yrs. what would be "nice", is if he donated 50% of all of his income from here on out to ending world hunger or rebuilding countries and cities devastated by natural disasters.
cruise is a very charismatic, mediocre actor. Please, how much talent does it take to make movies like Mission Impossible? he's also smart enough to surround himself with first rate directors and co-stars. Dustin Hoffman he ain't.”