“I respect those people for taking a stand and making their presence felt. If you want gun control, you have to build a movement to get it. Sitting around waiting for the president to do it, is not realistic. Progress is not usually made that way.”
Freedom311 on Dec 15, 2012 at 10:17:22
“One does not make progress by treating the symptom rather than the disease. A common thread in the vast majority of these tragedies is mental illness, so removing rights from sane people is not the answer.”
“For all of you people criticizing Mr. Johnson.
You should know that when the oligarchs get finished breaking the unions and roll back all of the advances that resulted from union organizing, many more of us will be in his position.”
“That's just it. It's not all in the past. That's what she was saying, because they did not address those issues, those battles are still being fought.”
Janalyce2 on Jul 7, 2013 at 09:01:27
“They are still being fought because there is something in the human personality that, in many people, expresses itself as "I only like...trust.... support people who are EXACTLY LIKE ME."
We will probably never get rid of this attitude. But we must and should eliminate its influence it from our laws and public policies. Otherwise, the idea of "liberty and justice for all"...for ALL....will always ring hollow in this country.”
Willi Dee on Jul 6, 2013 at 18:38:20
“Ya, racism is ubiquitous look at all of the lynchings across America now days.”
CreativeWoman11 on Jul 6, 2013 at 17:25:55
“They are only being fought because people can't seem to let go of the past. What is past is past learn from it and move on being stuck in the past does not bring progress being willing to let go of the past does. At least in my opinion.”
“That's why it kind of ticks me off when Stewart tries to equate MSNBC with Fox. They are just not the same.”
kmcv on Nov 2, 2010 at 11:58:00
“They are not the same, but MSNBC has given in to the temptation to be agenda driven, rather than information driven, which changes the game, increases the rhetoric, and forces them to ratchet the tone way up to feed the beast they created. It helps that I agree with most of their agenda, but it remains important to remember that I am the choir to whom they are preaching.”