“I think he's giving her a compliment, not many women get to marry a Hall of Famer or a Pulitzer Prize winner. Marilyn married both, Joe Dimaggio and Arthur Miller and she had an affair with the President. They were all prestigious men.”
Dragonwinds Spirit on Jul 27, 2013 at 13:17:06
“That may very well be. But again, why should who she sleeps with be anybodies concern but her own and her partners?
Sometimes I think people are way to involved in other peoples sex life when they should only be concerned about their own.”
“Why would he recommend that an adult NOT get the shot if it's so safe ?”
Harvey Ber on Jul 17, 2013 at 00:58:45
“I had the antibodies from childhood even though I didn't get the disease. So I was in essence naturally vaccinated. The vaccine costs money and we are trying to control costs. Even if McCarthy is bonkers, there is always a tiny risk to takin anything. So if I didn't need it. Why give it to me. Do no harm.
It is a little like when you get a virus and demand antibiotics. They won't help. Should a doctor give them to you anyway just because you ask?
When the anthrax scare happened, people were running to their doctor to get Cipro, just in case. It caused a shortage. I think it was irresponsible for a doctor to prescribe it, if you weren't at risk. But this is America. Anything goes.”
“Let's see how strong your convictions are when you see a perfect baby in your family suddenly lose all his words and no longer notice people around him after a vaccine.
Some people learn the hard way. Do some research !!!
Don't just sit on your derriere watching mainstream media propaganda. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwMBttvAu5k”
“Well the whole Bush family is tied to banking and Oil. Just look into Grandpa Bush funding the Nazi's during the war. Why was it hardly mentioned in the news that 15 of the 19 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia? Maybe because there oil connections with us.”
“It seems phony to me, why should they care about the United States so much, they don't live there. Also, the signs are in English, perfectly spelled, even though Egyptians speak Arabic and they write in Arab scribbles, not in English.
It seems like planted propaganda aimed at Americans.”
ColoradoTaxpayer on Jul 4, 2013 at 10:57:24
“maybe they wanted to make sure that Americans could read the signs and get the message.”
RonPaulWins2012 on Jul 4, 2013 at 09:16:07
“It could be propaganda. I don't believe it's phony.”
“I read somewhere that in the former Soviet Union everyone felt like they were being spied on but only a very small percentage really were, but everyone felt inhibited to say negative things about the government.They don't have nearly enough employees to be able to read the boring emails of 300,000,000 people. It's impossible.”
One of the boy's neighbors described him as "a compassionate, jovial, lovely kid." He said there was "nothing, NOTHING in his character that would indicate he could do something like this."
Most people believe the media unfortunately.”
“Lately, every time I come to Huffington Post there's a headline calling this girl a weirdo. It seems like cyber bullying to me.
So what if she's weird, there's lots of odd people out there. Leave her alone Huffington Post !”
“Somebody below made untrue statements about Dr.Wakefield. Dr.Wakefield's co-authors have had their cases overturned and their medical licenses given back, hopefully Dr.Wakefireld will be next. He's ONE voice of honesty in the autism world. I hope his lawsuit against the British medical journal will be successful !!
“Not so. One of Wakefield's co-authors took his case to appeal, and won.
He won because he argued he did not really know that the procedures ordered for the kids were part of Wakefield's research, and that he thought they were being done on clinical grounds.
The court could not prove otherwise, and cleared him of misconduct.
This raises problems for the "pro Wakefield" lobby however - it demonstrates that Wakefield actually misled his colleagues, and if anything it paints a picture of someone who pursued his own agenda at the expense of openness and co-operation with his fellow researchers.
The one thing this does not do is exonerate Wakefield from his own professional misconduct or dishonesty (and 37 proven charges against him). It just makes it worse for him.
And if Wakefield is so blemishless, I guess he would have leaped at the chance to appeal his own ruling? Did he do that? No. I wonder why not. Instead he wrote a book about it.”