“Laughable. Would you like to change your response? Generally, you and your ilk believe he is a scandal from birth. How many years have you guys been chasing the birth certificate scandal? It's a tactic. Create the illusion of scandals to fool the under-informed masses.”
“Yet, you can't win a national election and are losing in most demographics? The older population which supports you are dying off.
stlbluesfan55 on May 26, 2014 at 09:55:00
“Who cares if you have the presidency! He an early lame duck and completely powerless. Heck, third world dictators make fun of him openly and he is engrossed in scandal, You mus be so proud, Forward I guess.”
“Last month T.I. was NOT involved in a violent fight in LA. The video clearly shows T.I. was not doing anything but yelling that it was the security who messed up one of their friends and not the police.”
pops-okc on May 26, 2014 at 11:30:31
“And telling at the police will always work out in your favor. Lol too funny.”
May 13, 2014 at 05:02:59
“Are you now struggling with comprehending your own words?:
"Your insight into the use of word 'ole' is similar to those who are proud to report back after a business trip to Shanghai that they don't actually serve fortune cookies in China. The people who live there certainly don't think about it, only tourists notice stuff like that."
May 12, 2014 at 17:19:26
“I didn't think anything of the word "Ole" while there. I only mentioned it because the article commented that it was not used in Mexico. Again, you struggle with reading comprehension. Try rereading for understanding.”
IronHead on May 12, 2014 at 17:27:07
“What is your point with 'ole' anyway? Because it certainly has nothing to do with my post, the one to which you replied.”
“I lived here for the past year and unfortunately my assignment is over at the end of this month. The article is right in citing that the proposed minimum wage increase would affect few people. The fact is, most workers already make 4,000 CHF per month as it is. You can talk about how this affects the economy, but the truth is, there is a small lower class population and they do not have such a large income gap as we see in the US.”
May 12, 2014 at 14:45:48
“Seems like your reading comprehension skills are really weak. I made no comment pertaining to the acts of the MSNBC broadcasters, only facts about the holiday and its celebration in Mexico as well as the use of "Ole" in Mexico, which I've visited over two dozen times on business.”
IronHead on May 12, 2014 at 15:31:39
“I practically grew up in Mexico, across the river from Ciudad Acuna. When I was a kid I swam in the Rio Grande. Imagine doing that now. The border is in my blood. Crossing it was a part of everyday life, not a business trip.
Your insight into the use of word 'ole' is similar to those who are proud to report back after a business trip to Shanghai that they don't actually serve fortune cookies in China. The people who live there certainly don't think about it, only tourists notice stuff like that.”
May 6, 2014 at 09:14:43
“I was in Mexico City on Cinco de Mayo a few years back and I was told by the plant manager that they do not even celebrate the holiday. The holiday is for one particular Mexican State and not the country as a whole. It's celebrated more in the U.S. than it is in Mexico.
Also, "Ole" is used in Mexico. I saw the US team play Mexico in Azteca Stadium and every time one of their players made a nice move, the crowd yelled out "OLE!!"”
IronHead on May 6, 2014 at 09:24:54
“You're basically making apologies for the Hispanic version of blackface.”
“Two months after President Obama was elected, they were claiming he ruined the country. He hadn't even been sworn in yet and they were claiming he was the worst president ever. Republicans love to paint a picture of doom and gloom in hopes that the uninformed will be captivated by the bold colors of their lies.”
“Actually, no. You're espousing your opinion, which is simply.....your opinion. Believing their photos make the world a better place? What you're saying sounds a bit off.
It's like you hated all the popular kids in high school.”
gsmith9072 on May 4, 2014 at 20:06:32
“It is not just a simple opinion, it is an opinion that you are failing to refute. Your arguments are "what I'm saying sounds off" and "I must hate popular kids". If you are the type of person to take selfies you might not like what I say, that doesn't make it less true. It sounds 'off' because I'm not 'supposed' to say it, because I am making it sound negative to derive pleasure from doing narcissistic things. It's something everyone WANTS to do but it is self-absorbed, period. You are using 'appeal to majority' tactics to retort.”