“I think that everyone who thinks this "much ado about nothing" is absolutely correct, and in this collective spirit of enlightenment, I would ask that all like-minded folk join me in telling the Jewish Anti-Defamation Group to step off when it comes to this little bit of "much ado about nothing":
“This all, and I mean ALL, falls squarely on the head and shoulders of Harry Reid! And I for one don't want to hear any more of Reid's disingenious bellyaching about how this is unprecedented! He sold U.S. out!! Plain and simple. And his feigned disdain is fooling no one. And it comes down to this, we ALL saw this coming except for, supposedly, Harry Reid. Simply put, Harry Reid is a fool who has made a mockery of all of U.S. who voted to Move Forward in 2012.”
“Exactly! I find it interesting that no one is floating the idea that the GOP is in such disarray because their best and brightest want nothing to do with accepting the blame or cleaning up the mess they left us with. The GOP just letting Obama and the Dems hold it together long enough until a new crop of voters (who will be blissfully ignorant of the GOP's role in this mess) can be tricked into thinking that government is the problem and not the solution.”
Wildlife2064 on Jan 27, 2013 at 10:13:23
“That's their hope, that the new crop of voters in any election will fall for their rhetoric. But what they don't realize is that the more they make the government a dog and pony show, the more people pay attention. When politics is more interesting that any TV show, even young people start following the plot. The voters are going to get MORE informed, not less.”
“Other than David Gregory, Chuck Todd, Mark Halperin, Joe Scarborough, Andrea Mitchell, the whole of Fox News, Charlie Rose (and I actually like him), and the rest of the establishment media, who's pretending that Obama is responsible for the "tone" in Washington?”
“If she quit the business, then she should've been allowed to continue teaching. She could have been effective by providing some life lessons to some of her students who may find themselves facing decisions where they do not or will not realize the consequences. This one is loaded but at the end of the day, actions do have consequences, and those of us who do not suffer the consequences should count ourselves blessed. We should also consider that when dealing with others who are not so lucky.”
CheerGirl on Jan 16, 2013 at 13:47:33
“she had quit it before she ever started teaching...you are so right!!”
“We need to just keep speaking on it. They are so many people working to create an environment where we can ALL operate with some Americans owning guns.
I understand the desire and need to protect one's self from the dangers that do exist in this world. And yes, I understand exactly how some women in India feel after what happened with that attack/gang rape that led to a young woman's death, but we can make provisions for people to defend themselves with weapons that provide adequate, not excessive, protection.
We can have a open, honest, and reasonable discussion about gun ownership. But let it be REASONABLE. What the NRA, Alex Joneses, and Glenn Becks of the world are doing is not only irresponsible and counter-productive, but it just betrays the fact that they are only seeking to use and manipulate the fears and ignorance of those who look to them for information and guidance.”