“How about they change his name to Felix Unger (yes the Felix from the Odd Couple) and he can use one simple sign for the initials FU....a raised middle finger. Surely that is less dangerous and objectionable than wagging his crossed fingers..”
“Unfortunately there are people who only listen to Rush and no other news source. So although this is blatant misinformation, there will be those out there who will take this hook, line, and sinker and pass it on to other equally uniformed citizens.”
“This comment isn't entirely about Parker missing, but more about the tactics taken by the authorities. The militarization of our police is evident in this story as a SWAT team was used to serve a warrant. Since when does it take a fully armed team of paramilitary officers to serve a warrant? Why such a show of force? Why are such intimidating tactics used? But it does make for god TV.”
“To begin with, the real stories are outside the convention halls, we already know everything on the floor is scripted. Unlawful search and seizures, corralling protesters and journals for arrests, failure of law enforcement to provide badge numbers or identify themselves. If you think the coverage in the convention hall is getting to slim, look for the coverage outside of the convention halls.”
“Ummmm, if you can read this article there is an excellent chance you have not been kicked offline and have nothing to worry about. If you have been kicked offline and you are reading this article, it is a miracle!
“The headline reads "Police Allegedly Drag Handcuffed Man...". After watching the video of the man being dragged I guess I have to make up my mind. Am I going to believe the headline and they allegedly dragged or believe my lying eyes.”
outlawjames8 on Mar 26, 2012 at 16:12:46
“Because the police have to investigate the tape for accuracy and interview the officers first, silly. After they do that and consult with lawyers and charge him, then and only then, can you say that the handcuffed man you clearly see being dragged face down across floor is a handcuff man is being dragged face down across the floor.
I hope that clears it up for you.”
Carlene Sorrells on Mar 26, 2012 at 09:14:05
“OMW....Brilliant minds think alike. I posted the same thought process.
Take a line from the movie CHICAGO, "Are you going to believe what you see or what I tell you to believe?"”
“Sponsors leaving is fine, but what really needs to happen is for radio stations to stop broadcasting Limbaugh. Drop Clear Channel Communications a note. Let them know that while they may carry your favorite sports team, you can't abide supporting Clear Channel as long as they carry Limbaugh. Contact any local radio station that carries Limbaugh at let them know you won't be listening. Contact LOCAL advertisers and have them contact their sales rep at their LOCAL radio station and urge them to drop Rush.”
retromoderne on Mar 7, 2012 at 09:48:40
“Asking Clear Channel to drop Rush would be like asking the Koch brothers to buy tickets to the policemen's ball.”
“So..... if Rush doesn't have insurance, why was he complaining about having to pay. Wasn't that the crux of his arguement...he didn't want to have to pay for this woman to have sex??? Oh my...does this mean this whole thing is just ginned-up?”
rbwny on Mar 5, 2012 at 16:09:03
“Like anything else that effects a particular group or segment of the audience, his objections are usually based upon a general "annoyance". He'd be speaking on behalf of his audience, since he knows something like this would affect his listeners as a whole, even if he himself might not be "personally" affected. It's perhaps more of an argument based on principal.”
“Anyone care to bet that Bill's and Rush's insurance covers viagra?”
julianna38 on Mar 5, 2012 at 14:34:03
“They don't work for a church related business. Nobody cares what insurance covers if the company and/or the insurance chooses to pay for it.”
rbwny on Mar 5, 2012 at 11:27:31
“Don't know about Bill, but Rush doesn't have insurance coverage.”
Tblack on Mar 5, 2012 at 10:34:17
“What about the fact that Rush has been married 4 times with no children produced. Either his boys don't work, his wives have used Contraception or they have had abortions. He should be forced to explain his inability to stay married and how he's never managed to produced a child.”
afca on Mar 5, 2012 at 09:36:06
“I am disturbed by this and by the fact that insurance also covers vasectomies - which is a contraceptive procedure. It doesn't prevent cysts, or other medical issues. It is covered so that men can have sex without getting women pregnant. Until men protest about this, I cannot take any of their arguments seriously.”
“How can we learn from the British? This wasn’t the first time the organization acted with impunity, invading lives in an attempt to ruin reputations, but yet this latest action shut them down.
Fox News has told bold face lies, edited video and taken comments out of context and ruined lives here in the states. What can we learn from the News of the World shutting down and apply it to Fox News?”
“I'm willing to bet Akin has said the Pledge without the words "under God". He would have 7 years old when congress added the words curing the cold war to counter the godless communists. In 1954 the words were added as political move and not part of a religious movement. Since he gave the pledge without "under God" does that mean he hates God as well?”
catsanon on Jun 27, 2011 at 15:22:56
“Does his memory go beyond the last political donation he received?”