“Are you really serious? It's an anonymous insider who proved to the journalist that they are legit. They asked for anonymity because of their job. This happens every single day in news, this is not an issue. Stop trying to make it one.”
“I just find it sad that this has so much coverage because of Palin, not for the CAUSE they are riding. Pathetic.”
jingles32 on May 29, 2011 at 18:05:01
“No coverage by the media of the speeches of Adm. Mullen or Def. Sec. Gates, the INVITED speakers; men of substance; both military men who spoke eloquently and passionately today about the very issues so important to these veterans. This woman gets 4 pieces on HP; sad.”
“I find it hard to feel sorry for a illegal alien, working for 9 dollars an hours, more than minimum wage, when he sends the bulk of it over to Mexico and that portion has no benefit to our economy. Is it a sad story? Yes it is indeed, but i hear the same story about people who are Americans that live here and have the same or worse stories. At some point you have to sit down and go "Maybe we should fix our own country before we fix everyone else" I know that saying that is a bit arrogant, but it's what i feel. I know that our economy is tied to illegal workers, i think it shouldn't be, but i know it is.
Oh and by the way, i am a legal immigrant, so it always ticks me off a little bit when talking about illegals.”
Don't get me wrong, this is still a cool article. But most of the art featured on huffpost is something that I -wouldn't- be surprised to see in an actual art gallery.”
ElTan on Sep 3, 2011 at 12:24:13
“At no point did I say it wasn't art, just that I think it lacks some artistic merit since many of the decisions from the creative process have already been made. It's still interesting to look at, but why not feature more original and creative works in the same vein?
“Dear me, looks like we have a master of comedy in here, I best watch my step.
"facepalm.jpg" is not meant to be funny, it is however meant to be condescending so at least you did get that right. Oh and by the way, I'm clearly superior to everyone for saying it, clearly. Also i have no sense of humor, clearly.”
chocolateandcheese on Aug 2, 2011 at 19:33:56
“Yes, that is clear that you don't have a sense of humor. You do however grasp sarcasm very well, so that's a start. The problem is that sarcasm is negative, and overwhelming negativity is a bain to comedy. Try lightening up.”
“And you are delirious if you think i don't know anything about the crusades because of my simple posting here. Context would be: Bill said Christians whom" believe in Jesus do not perform Mass Murder". Killing a whole heap of people during the crusades in the name of Jesus, is Mass Murder. They did not 'only' kill Muslim. There was a whole mess of killing going on during the crusades that had nothing whatsoever to do with a holy war. Hint, it was money and wealth driven to. Whatever flag you put on it, invasion/defense/holy war does not matter. Christians killed a lot of people during the crusades. They are Mass Murderers.”
“I find it brilliant that you attain this level of knowledge through my very simple post. It boggles the mind how you can even equate me throwing the crusades in the discussion when Bill O'Reilly is saying Christians have never killed anyone. Did I say anything about the "justification" for the crusades? No? Oh that is strange, yet you found that somehow I am uneducated about it and have no clue how they started or why they were fought. Do you feel that maybe, just maybe you jumped the gun a little? You should.
"No one believing in Jesus commits mass murder,"
If you knew anything about the crusades then you would have known that a whole lot of killing went on that was not a part of the "war" and what do we call killing that is not done under the name of War? Murder.
Oh and to end this argument, I was born and raised in Sweden, i had very good history teachers. But then you jumped so far down my throat to make your precious point that you wouldn't be able to comprehend that. PS its called "The CrusadeS" because there were 9 of them.”
“yea you are very uneducated, muslims attacked europe triggering the crusades get your facts striaght”
boomerman on Jul 26, 2011 at 22:52:03
“Charles Martel stopped the invading Muslim armies at Poitiers in what is now central France, in 732, Ferdinand finally drove them out of Spain in 1492, the Ottoman invaders were stopped at Vienna in 1529 . The idea that the Crusades were somehow an independent event foisted on Muslims is ridiculous, the clash of cultures obvously continues to this day. You seem to be on the wrong side of history.”
fnfwd on Jul 26, 2011 at 22:43:00
“Clearly you have never studied the Crusades or you might know that Muslim oppression (read torture and murder) of Christians and aggression toward Europe were the precursors of the Crusades. I realize that in the textbooks written at a second grade level which students in this country's high schools and universities, the Crusades are portrayed as a bunch of white guys in Europe deciding it would be fun to kill a bunch of Muslims, but that is simply not historically accurate.”
“Oh how noble, she "resigned" because the shady and illegal news they were getting was taking the focus of the news they were getting by legal means. How she has the nerve to say that is beyond me. Good riddance.
Too bad she is just another fall guy for the Murdoch's.”
Eric Cantor is betting against America, and we are just supposed to say "oh well if he does win his bet, he still lose so its no big deal!" Right? Wrong. For a congressman to bet against his own country is deplorable, i sure hope his voters understands that. Just because you wont win much, still means you win some. And it still means that you did lay down a bet against the country.”
KLEENKUT on Jul 9, 2011 at 04:36:27
“They are not missing the big picture,just ignoring it.keep posting and help move this to the front page”