“"The people told us they want us to do more work together."
Yes, after you ripped apart the very fabric of democracy.”
PatrioticUSGlory on Aug 12, 2011 at 16:54:17
“He actually did the opposite. You haven't been listening. This is how mob mentality works.”
winfl55 on Aug 12, 2011 at 16:53:47
“Collective bargaining is NOT a fabric of anything, it is the life blood of the organizers and representatives. I know in the Hartford area and Slinger schoold districts, everything is fine and they weren't phased. But, they have the best districts in the state, especially Slinger. If you're whinning about what you had to give up then you're not a dedicated professional teacher. Without jobs to pay your're salary and pension, you've got nothing anyway. You would think educated people would be smarter than that.”
Changeover on Aug 12, 2011 at 16:53:07
“Cant make an omelet without trashing a few libs.”
Chris1962 on Aug 12, 2011 at 16:51:31
“Oh, please. State union workers are being asked to do the same as federal union workers. Sorry, but the days of golden union packages are over. Time to pay your fair share.”
“I worked with Ronni on several projects in the '90s. She was an utter pro, a master of her craft, and a master manager of people. And while tough as nails, which helped her rise to the top in a boy's club industry, she had a heart of gold. I am in utter disbelief about such a thing happening.”
“Dammit, Keith. I registered my name way back when Al Gore invented the Interwebs. Why didn;t you?”
coastalcarla on Nov 9, 2010 at 19:27:42
“You and your abundance of fans don't know very much, do you?”
Morgantheaxe on Nov 9, 2010 at 19:25:44
“If it wasn't for the Act that then Senator Al Gore fought tooth and nail to get through congress there would have been no funding to creat what you know as the internet. A simple thank you would suffice smart @ss.”
mapleaforever on Nov 9, 2010 at 19:18:44
“"In all fairness, it's something Gore had worked on a long time. Gore is not the Father of the Internet, but in all fairness Gore is the person who, in the Congress, most systematically worked to make sure that we got to an Internet, and the truth is ... I worked with him starting in 1978 when I got there, we were both part of a 'futures group.' The fact is, in the Clinton administration the world we had talked about in the '80s began to actually happen. You can see it in your own life, between the Internet, the computer, the cellphone."
“Just think: If McCain chose Mitt Romney as his running mate, he might have been elected.
Palin = bad news.
Look forward to great fun when she announces her presidential candidacy in 2012.”
zippitydoo on Nov 3, 2008 at 19:42:31
“Actually given your math Palin=Good news then!”
troika on Nov 3, 2008 at 19:41:36
“Palin is an omen for everything that goes bad or is ill. All the teams that she visited to drop the puck lost the game on that day, lost a few consecutive ones and also some players injured. She is detrimental to the lower 48 states. Sarah, please go back to Alaska and never come back.”
“Thank you Joe for taking off the gloves and speaking up. More of that, I say.”
rjbIowa on Oct 8, 2008 at 16:28:32
“Yes, THANK YOU Joe for speaking up on this situation. The fact that she has not condemned or distanced herself from these types of outbursts by people in her rally crowds is despicable. It only points up what a seriously flawed and dangerous person she is. She is the worst of what is bringing down the Republican Party. Hopefully, after November 4 she will fade into oblivion in the beautiful state of Alaska -- if the sensible people of that great state don't exile her to some remote island. By also not speaking up against this type of hate speech, McCain is showing his true self. It's not COUNTRY FIRST for him but rather ME FIRST. What ever he and his thugs think needs to be said or done to win the White House. Hopefully he too will fade away to the desert of Arizona and get lost with the crusty old lizards hiding under some rocks on his ranch.”