“even if he can not be properly punished, forcing him to to be accountable for what he did is punishment enough, there are many criminals that think to themselves "they'll never catch me and punish me"”
“and there's people out there who think Clinton had very little with paying off the deficit, which I don't know if it's ever been done before he was President, some people think that the Congress and Senate should get the credit, yet most of them are same who sat through Bush's deficit 10 trillion plus, what does that tell you, they where brilliant when Clinton was there but when another President took over they became duffuses”
Know-some-secrets on Jul 15, 2012 at 09:53:35
“Ineresting. In my opinion, Clinton conspried with the GOP on trade agreements that sent U.S. jobs and technology abroad, and on the repeal of the Glass-Steagall economic protections, that opened the door WIDE to Wall Street abuses and the collapse of the economy.
Since he left office, Bill Clinton has collected more than $75 million for his personsal fortune in "speaking and consulting fees' largely from the grateful corporations whose interests he and the GOP served while he was in office.
Clinton sold his nation out to make himself rich. I think it is shameful.”
“I only looked at this because I like art, but this is a silly list, most of the comparisons don't match or have remote similarities except for a few characters, to add to it politicians are not endearing as most Disney characters”
Jul 14, 2012 at 09:21:21
“he even admits his choice of sexual orientation is a risk, I've had gay people complain about my comments not agreeing to a gay way of life, and even calling me hateful, ah how it hurts and pains me to read such words, I do not hate, just not agree with”
xbuffed on Jul 14, 2012 at 12:31:26
“Do u choose to be straight? No. It's not a choice.”
TheAntiOkie on Jul 14, 2012 at 11:05:17
“It's not a choice. Get over it.”
SteveSFM on Jul 14, 2012 at 11:02:47
“Yeah, you're hateful all right.”
trand1114 on Jul 14, 2012 at 10:45:13
“sadly those who advocate and cry for tolerance are the least bit tolerant. I agree with you.”
klee1701 on Jul 14, 2012 at 10:33:53
“Being gay is not a choice that people make. You choose to hate and post that hate so deal with the pain of being called a hateful.”
“sadly the earth would be clean and pristine if only animals existed on it, animals actually take better care of the earth than humans through their instinctive behavior and would not cause each other to become extinct since they only kill for food or protection not greed”
benne841 on Jul 12, 2012 at 20:25:39
benne841 on Jul 12, 2012 at 20:24:51
“I wasn't joking in my above post. We humans ARE animals. We are mammals and we share with the Apes, particularly our closets living relatives, the chimpanzee, the title of Primate.
We are the wildest, most dangerous, most arragant, most bigoted animal on the planet.
Did you know humans and chimpanzees even share the same blood types?
A transfusion of blood from another human being could kill you, whereas a chimpanzee could save your like.”
“capitalism is when businesses prosper or fail based on their own merit, not by controlling the government and hoarding all the money, they don't even pay their share of taxes but receive bail out money from the tax payers, how fair is that?”
burtonburtoncom on Jun 16, 2012 at 10:53:39
“Hate to bust your bubble, but much of our government is big business masked as politicians rewarded with offers of high paying private sector jobs, insider stock trading information, and huge campaign donations for writing policy disproportionately favoring the elite at the expense of the average Joe.
Big business controls necessities. They control monopolies with captive audiences needing to buy gas, food, insurance, etch. Their income is not based upon merit like the average Joe trying to make a living repairing cars or building houses. Big business controlling necessities paying CEOs upwards of $25,000 PER HOUR are raising prices faster than wages and faster than supply and demand. Such squeezing enriches the elite leaving little money to spend on small business traditionally employing 50% or more of the private sector jobs, thus high unemployment. Where is the merit here?”
Group 8807 on Jun 16, 2012 at 10:22:55
“Our government is too big and has far too much power and money at its disposal. Businesses, organizations, and individuals work very hard to guide that power and money in their own favor.
Businesses fight for more corporate welfare, and also for regulations that stifle potential competitors. What choice do they have? If they don't fight for those special government favors, then someone else will, which will put them at an increasing disadvantage, and might drive them out of business.
The only way to reduce the power of lobbyists is to reduce the power of government.
“both Dems and Reps are owned and controlled by the big business, they are after all their corporate sponsors”
AgainstAnimalAbuse on Jun 16, 2012 at 10:21:59
“I don't understand why people are surprised, if they don't know that both parties do the bidding for big business, then they live on another planet. Sign up on getmoneyoutofpolitics.com.”
Andy Schneider on Jun 16, 2012 at 10:21:09
“Very true! Both parties need to go. They've both been playing to their extremes while leaving the 60-70% in the middle to pay the bills! Both parties are past their useful life expectancies. It's time for new blood and new ideas.”