“So the people trashing Coke are going to switch to Pepsi huh? They'll be interested to know that PepsiCo is pro gay rights. Oh and when they go to eat at Chick-fil-A and want to drink a beverage, they serve Coke.
Of course they're free to drink that wonderful W. Virginia water at any time.”
“For the xenophobes who are switching to Pepsi, can you handle the fact that PepsiCo's CEO is an Indian woman and it's President is a Muslim man???
Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman and Chief, Executive Officer PepsiCo
Zein Abdalla, President, PepsiCo.”
“I donate often to the homeless shelter, and also donate items to household items and clothes to Associated Charites. Household items and clothes we don't wear anymore aren't thrown out, they're donated. What do YOU do?”
crimepup518 on Jan 5, 2014 at 12:54:43
“Honestly i don't donate to homeless shelters but i do donate to the American cancer fund, the national kidney foundation, the salvation army and sometimes the red cross. I choose those places for personal reasons. I am just a poor working middle class Joe trying to make ends meet like most people so i can't give to everybody Also how do you know rich people don't donate some of their money to charity, do they have to go through you to do it? I read stories all the time about rich people making large donations to charities and the fact they are given a tax break I'm pretty sure more do that we never know about. Must they give their entire fortunes away and live middle class to make you happy? Would you do that?”
Have you polled them and asked them about Cruz?
Out of the more than 317 million people living in this country I suppose you know what they're thinking.
How would you know that 'Most Americans' think Cruz was right?
According to the polls I've seen, most Americans blame Cruz for the shutdown and
think he's not playing with a full deck.
His own party was angry with him because of his role in the shutdown.
Green Eggs and Ham indeed, and no offense to Green Eggs and Ham.”
“Oil and water don't mix. Either does carrying a gun and drinking alcohol.
'Drinking while carrying a concealed weapon is prohibited.'
If gun advocates don't like the 'no guns allowed' policy, then don't go to that bar/restaurant, it's that simple.”
“All Republicans/obstructionists in Congress are despicable. When they don't get their own way, they throw tantrums and stomp their feet and generally act like 2 year olds.
If the Repubs want to act that way, then that's the way they'll be treated.”
clisair on Dec 23, 2013 at 14:17:14
“I would say that your statement gives 2 year olds a bad name. Congress behaves worse.”
“Cruz is not off the hook by a long shot and apparently there is
a lot of lazy journalism. The longer this is out there the
more questions arise. 1. Julia Anne Garza was Rafael
Bienvenido Cruz's first wife. They had 2 daughters in the
early 1960s. If Eleanor Elizabeth Wilson Darragh (Ted Cruz's
mother) was Rafael Bienvenido Cruz's second wife, and they met
and allegedly married in the early 1960s after his student visa
expired and after he obtained a green card, when did he divorce
his first wife? 2. Because Ted Cruz was born in 1970, the
state department requires that a CRBA be filed for children
born abroad. The mother or father had to be a citizen of the
United States had to be over the age of 14, and had to have
been IN THE US FOR TEN YEARS PRIOR TO THE BIRTH, five of which
have to be over age 14. Rafael Bienvenido Cruz wasn't a
citizen. If Rafael Bienvenido Cruz graduated from Rice
University in 1961 and worked in Canada for 8 years with his
second wife Ted Cruz's mother - and he did not come to the US
until his son was four years old at what point did Eleanor
Elizabeth Wilson Darragh meet the 10-year requirement? 3. Was
a CRBA ever filed? If so, when? If not was a Certificate of
citizenship ever requested? Cruz has to answer more questions first,
and provide documentation.”
“Ted "Raphael" Cruz is not a US citizen. Only one of Ted’s parents was a citizen when he was born (his father is a Cuban émigré who did not take U.S. citizenship until 2005), and he therefore falls under a special section of the Immigration and Nationality Act that applies to “Birth Abroad to One Citizen and One Alien Parent.” Under that provision, Cruz only qualifies for American citizenship if his mother was “physically present” in the United States for 10 years prior to his birth, five of which had to be after she reached the age of 14. The only definitive way to prove Eleanor Cruz’s 10 years of physical presence would be with documents such as leases, school registration, utility bills or tax records. None have been provided. Ted is still a Canadian citizen and does not qualify for US citizenship.”
“Why didn't we hear what Trump's investigators found when he sent them to Hawaii?
I might have missed it, but I didn't hear anything after he sent his P.I.s there to validate or disprove Obama's birth certificate.
Trump was strangely quiet after that.
Watch Orly Taitz come crawling out of the woodwork again.”
ladydem on Dec 13, 2013 at 07:11:55
“I sure hope not. Haven't we seen enough of both of them?”