“Great. You learned how to copy and paste. Congrats.”
robertr2m on Apr 1, 2012 at 19:56:23
“So? Why reinvent the wheel. If someone has aleady voiced your opinion, there is nothing wrong with passing it along. John Adams is a much better writer than I would ever hope to be so why retry and simply slaughter it.
Methinks you actually have a problem with the message and instead, attack the method of delivery. You have a problem with it, then let's discuss. You can even cut and paste if you want.
“Short answe (I have a long story, but Ill save you) if you are a short distance from where a crime or incident may have happened, your calls that you may make without knowing what happened are monitored and you may be tracked down by the Police to be questioned in regard to said crim or incident. I know this from first hand experience. Its not pretty.”
Cynicon Implant on Apr 1, 2012 at 16:09:35
“If they want to interview me about something that happened in my neighborhood I'm fine with that. I think after listening to my phone calls they would find out that I'm not likely to be someone who was involved with the crime.”
“You got that right. And Im talking about an upper mid class/affluent community. You'd of thought we were all thugs, drug lords and pimps in a round up that night. But we have let our own PD get away with this. Thats whats appalling.”
“Why attack the Tea folks? This is happening incommunites all over, be their politics liberal, conservative or otherwise. Take off your partisan hate glasses for five minutes and turn your brain on, should you actually have one.”
“I experienced this first hand while dining in a local establishment recently. Down the road there was a fatal auto accident, hit and run--the supected killer had fled on foot from the scene. The restaraunt was the neareast business to the accident site, maybe 2 miles away. Suddenly 5 PO's came in calling out names..of people who had placed calls on their cellphones...being questioned as the where the suspect was hiding, if they were hiding him, etc. Trust me when I say it ws quite a scene and fairly frightening for everyone there. It was quite a sureal time for sure.”
“That's an assinine statement. Both parties in every state legilature recieve millions in lobby money from the insurance companies. The figure-head Directors of Insurance have little power with watered down regulation to do more than collect complaint information and do nothing about what is described in this article.
Ever wonder why traditional media doesn't blow the top of these practices? To much in advertising dollars at stake. The American consumer is be screwed at every insurnace turn and Dems, Reps, Indies all of them are on the take allowing it to happen.”
“Yeah, the IRS and SEC are letting him get away with something.
Sure. You know better.”
Titus on Jul 17, 2012 at 17:27:44
“No, and neither do you. It's all speculation at this point. I agree with George Will. Mitt Romney is a rationale man, so if he is not releasing his tax return, he's done the trade-off analysis and determined not letting them out is an easier thing to deal with. I kind of agree with him at this point, because the Opposition and Media would be all over those records like a cheap suit looking for something. I think it's gone too far for him to release them at this point.”