“And Obama is losing my vote, but how do you put your trust in Romney who would steal from the poor to increase the wealth of millionaires.”
nogodnopeace on Aug 8, 2012 at 18:37:28
“Don't understand how he is stealing from the poor? Please explain.
Is it by making someone work for the welfare money if they are able to work. Obama has been said to define work as laying in bed, maintaining personal hygiene, doing errands for neighbors..like going to the store calling the neighbor and saying Hey Joe, going to the store, want me to pick you up some beer and cigs.." I think there is a better definition for work myself. If those who are on welfare that are able to work would do it, you would see an increase in taxes being paid and productivity would increase. There would be no need to raise taxes. There would be less crime more moneycoming in to actually support the really poor and disabled who can't work.”
“What if our nation became rouge in the upcoming years. Who would stand up for the average citizen? Not the police, they stand up for each other. Being in law inforcement does not guarantee you extra rights, but they are trained as pitbulls ready to fight, not withstanding people's rights.”
u s e r on Aug 6, 2012 at 19:24:46
“"rogue" sweetie, not "rouge"
Rouge is what grandma put on her cheeks to look more lifelike.”
“"a bit more freedoms"? IMO, a bit more freedom would be allowing a 6 year old to stay out until about the time that this movie STARTED. The run time of the movie is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Assuming the movie started exactly at midnight, that means she would have been out until just about 3 a.m. Do you really think its appropriate for a 6 year old child to be out until 3 a.m.?
I am a father of three kid, the oldest being a 7 year old. I would have loved to have seen TDKR at a midnight opening. But I wouldn't have dragged my 7 year old with me! Nor would I have allowed her to see it ANY time because it is an extremely violent movie and, IMO, not appropriate for a child that age.
Now, I am certainly not suggesting that the mother is in any way to blame for her daughter's death. But I do call into question her judgment and parenting choices. Sadly, this is often what happens when you have teens having kids. They are not always ready for the responsibilities have having kids and still want to go out and live the same lifestyles as their single friends. I imagine that -- right about now, nobody is harder on her for the choice she made than herself.”