“Yes, let's pass more gun control laws with the same administration responsible for countless scandals, including operation fast and furious/ATF gunwalking scandal. If the state of Connecticut wants to pass more gun control laws then that's their business, but don't punish the whole country over the Newtown incident, it's highly irrational and it could start a major secession or worst case scenario, a civil war.”
mcneas1005 on Dec 8, 2013 at 23:29:39
“Knowing the area around Newtown, Connecticut , have lived there for over 25 years, you can't find a nicer or more peaceable area anywhere in America. I made my home in Danbury for 25 years. Blaming guns for what happened there is like blaming matches for a forest fire.”
Lisa SpomerKrasnoff on Dec 8, 2013 at 19:15:53
“More gun control laws won't happen with this president. But they will. As far as a civil war goes, will it be during football season?”
“Obamacare is already law and this administration is trying to bypass congress by making new deadlines for it's implementation, this is illegal. There should be protests and calls for impeachment. Does anyone need anymore evidence that the Obama administration is criminal? The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act needs to be scrapped.”
“It wouldn't surprise me in the least if the next political article put out by HuffPost, suggests Rand Paul to step down from office because of this.”
boncarbo7 on Oct 19, 2013 at 19:07:51
“I agree, I don't know of a family anywhere that hasn't had problems, either with drinking or using drugs, and just because he is Rand Paul's son doesn't warrant putting this on the worlds best internet news paper. How many liberal kids get this special treatment.”
Stavo on Oct 19, 2013 at 19:07:31
“Works for me. Since you brought it up.....yes, I think there should be a total FBI investigation and Paul should step down, immediately.”
Frank-ly Speaking on Oct 19, 2013 at 18:50:09
“It obviously wouldn't surprise you since you're used to reading nonsense on your more preferred "News" site.”
“Obamacare supporters are a burden to the U.S. economy.”
tobcantine on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:26:58
“Please explain how ten of my friends who own businesses and three of my friends who are employed in good jobs and several family working in schools are a burden on the economy! I don't get it. You apparently are implying that only those who need Obamacare support it. This is my guess. Well, those who need Obamacare are currently a burden on society in many ways: Many can not work due to medical conditions which might well have not made them unable to work had they been caught and handled earlier. Not working, they do not pay income tax! They drain the economy using welfare and SNAP. Also, those without insurance do not get early treatment (often inexpensive( for conditions they have, which later turn into emergencies, requiring Emergency Room or Trauma Center handling AT TAX PAYER EXPENSE. Note that emergency care is usually very expensive (tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands) and often does not save lives. since it is too late to do so!”
tnash26170 on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:20:11
“Those without proper health insurance are. Why must the ER continue to provide so much free coverage? One would think, like the Heritage Foundation did for MA, that all must pull their weight. No?”
“I guess the U.S. government should pay for our house and car insurances as well and call it a tax, would you concur Mr. Connelly?”
edlobel on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:33:15
“you appear to not know anything about the ACA except what lies the repubs/tp have spoon fed you.
The ACA is NOT FREE! Each customer buys from private for profit insurance companies the policy they want and can afford. There can be help from the government in paying the premiums but it is not free. Plus there are deductibles and percentages of costs that each customer will be responsible for. So right away it is obvious that you have no idea about this program.
Raphael Eduardo Cruz and other repub/tp LIARS have given lots of deliberate misdirection and out and out lies about the ACA. You need to find out for yourself the truth about the ACA and then you will know why you have been cheated out of the truth.
Mr. Connelly has this insurance because the ACA allows him to be covered under there ACA coverage until the age of 26. The private for profit insurance companies must now cover people with preexisting conditions and you cannot be dropped because you have received a certain level of costs.
Before you make posts that show how low informed you are about the facts, you should actually know what you are saying!”
Leefeller on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:27:07
“Talk about being on the Dole, the rich keep getting richer and poor keep getting poorer, so who is on the dole? Yeah, those lazy unemployed poor slackers, they should go to China where the jobs are at 2 dollars a day!”
jbrooks407 on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:19:41
“Uhhh... the "government" nor the employees of the TAXPAYERS (note: not the citizens, but the taxpayers who are footing the bill) can't pay for anything without first taking it from the producers and "redistributing" it to the sloths like Mr. Connelly - after taking their cut and the cut for their handlers.”
dethburger on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:18:13
“They pay for corporations to doll out millions to their CEO's as bonuses.
“Hmmm The justices of the Supreme Court disagree with you. Amazing how many of you folks live in constant denial and delusion. ”
Dahloan Hembree on Sep 20, 2013 at 16:14:26
“What do I do? My husband is a professional Counselor. His job's insurance costs 25 percent of our salary. I was a Special Education teacher who can no longer work, so do not have health care. Our only option was Obama care. They think I either have MS or Parkinsons. Now I do not get treated! Will you help me? Uh. no...”
pmoschetta on Sep 20, 2013 at 16:11:58
“If it were unconstitutional, BAGGER, the Supreme Court would have ruled it that way
Do you baggers pay ANY attention to FACTS?”
musomesa on Sep 20, 2013 at 16:11:56
“SCOTUS says it is constitutional. You have a right to disagree but I'm afraid their decision trumps your opinion.”