“Please stop your massive posts on my FB page. You are not a newspaper, you are a political gossip column. A newspaper reports the news impartially. We don't want anymore misleading editorials disguised as news. Thank you.”
mfoto1986 on Sep 19, 2012 at 04:40:31
“Hey Kathy--- In case you haven't noticed, there are different sections in HP that you surf through depending on your interest.
By the way-- Can you mention ONE misleading article with false info?? I'm betting you won't mention one. You just can't handle some truth about Mitt the twit, ehh?? Its OK. We feel for you having to deal with constant headaches dealing with his gaffes on a daily basis.”
mphimpact on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:50:16
“Newspapers report impartially? Apparently you don't read newspapers. Some newspapers are left-wing and others are right-wing. This has always been, and it always will be.”
numbers28 on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:47:52
“Why don't you take your tbagger self off the huffpo mailer? Just use the google machine, and trust me, we won't miss you.”
livesimply on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:37:55
“You may have to write them and HOPE they will respond. Every time I post, AOL wants me to connect HP with my facebook account. They are relentless. I have to say "No" twice each time.”
Counterglow on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:34:11
“Trouble understanding graphs and all that number-y stuff? I know it's disappointing, but in this environment, facts actually tend to favour the candidate who isn't a complete disaster. So President Obama comes off looking particularly good because his competition is so bad it even makes George Bush seem less like the Apocalypse.
And I'll let you in on a deep, dark secret. There's this page you can go to on your account called "Settings". If you look around for a minute or two, you'll find there's things you can do to determine what kind of notification you receive, and what is posted to your Facebook page. It involves real highbrow stuff like clicking buttons and unchecking check boxes.”
greenie 61 on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:26:49
“Haven't figured out Timeline yet? Amateur.”
Tommygun264 on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:24:18
“Quit your whining and adjust your FB settings. Talk about entitled - what a whiner.”
urbancitygirl on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:16:31
“Who are you talking to? Just adjust your settings and go live your life. Did you really join HuffPost to say that?”
MizzKat on Sep 19, 2012 at 03:14:57
“And the left on here have the nerve to bash Fox as being biased!”
“Calling Romney a "liar" will prove fatal to the Gritch campaign. The former speaker should have expected negative attack advertising from Romney who is playing to win in a game where his "opponents" all send mixed signals. Ron Paul had a real shot but never took himself seriously. Bachman, a real Conservative, played the gender card too late.
Romney will probably take the Pub primary. He has the Super PAC money behind him. This is our current electoral process where millionaires need only apply. Abe Lincoln would never have made it to Iowa. The reason Romney will win is that he shrewdly realized that core Pubs do not want Conservative candidates, they want progressives. He now faces an Incumbent Dem President equally adept at debate. Romeny has a strong biz background. Obama overcame worst Economic collapse since Depression, has foreign policy experience, captured Bin Laden. We predict a very close, heated race.
“The "Meet the Press" Panel with Maddow, Shock, Ford and Brooks was fabulously refreshing as no one pulled any punches. Ford absolutely correct that voters "no longer care about keeping score, it's about outcomes" and need for "downsizing gov't". Dazzling except for failure to own up to Wall St bonus. Silly excuse about disclosure when he "makes decision to run". Walk the talk, Sen. Ford! Brooks on bipartisan petty feuds as being "like two guys fighting in the ocean to see who drowns first" was dead right. Just as the criticism that "there's a problem in Senate ...legislators thinking (that winning) is getting there first". Lots of stats about how disgusted voters are with both parties. Shock right about need to "take on what's broke in Senate" and "how pp revolt when politicians feel they know what they want" and the economy. The HP headline accusing him of "hypocrisy" was distortion of facts. Maddow as always was fierce and the smartest person in the room. Kept the debate on a high plane. All around recognition (except by Brooks) that voters in both parties fed up with hipocracy and want sea change. More panels like this needed! And hope Legislators are listening on boths sides of the aisle b/c it's Titanic time for govt.”
oldpol2 on Feb 14, 2010 at 18:39:17
“did I understand you correctly? Downsize the government? They have been downsizing the government for 35 years. Privatizing everything they could get away with. Contractors no cost thrice what they used to or more.”
“Ms. Huffington is absolutely right about Sarah Palin's incoherent and irrational double standards regarding Rahm Immanuel and Rush Limbaugh remarks about "retards". Palin continues to amaze as the most embarrassing symbol of female "leadership" in politics today. She truly comes across as a total air head. While she once had sympathy for the "no one prepared me" excuse for why she was so ill informed on so many critical issues during the presidential election, she has erased that political capital by continuing to say unbelievably ridiculous things. And she certainly has had plenty of time
to "bone up" on issues and start making intelligent statements.
The good news is that the Republicans keep putting her out front and center. She's the Dem's secret weapon. Now if only we can have the next debates during moose hunting season.”