“Are you that dense? You do realize that emergency vehicles could not respond to calls and someone died. Besides, it was found to be that IRS also targeted progressive groups but I guess you didn't get that NEWS on fox”
skydiver22 on Jan 10, 2014 at 10:41:27
“We could talk about Fats and Furious where actual people were murdered with guns bought and smuggled by the Government..”
skydiver22 on Jan 10, 2014 at 10:40:21
“Keep drinking the Kool Aid.. The mind control tactics are working well on you..”
“Mormons in Utah just want "traditional" marriage when it comes to denying gays from getting married. They don't care that the FLDS men have sex with underage girls and marry many. They also don't fight all the polygamist who live in SLC and the state. "Traditional" to them means no gay weddings. They don't care that 12 year old girls are being ra@&$ by older men who force marriage on them. Sickening.”
Las Villas Chico on Dec 22, 2013 at 12:19:09
“It is a glaring irony, and mainly unspoken truth, of the State of Utah that these moral and legal crimes go on but are conveniently overlooked by the LDS church and the political leaders who are nearly all LDS followers.”
“Also, it's amazing that he complains about an "activist judge" when the entire govt of UT (including Herbert) are activist for the Mormon church. Plus, I don't see Herbert trying to defend "traditional marriage" in UT when it comes to men taking multiple wives or having sex with teenage girls in the name of God. Hypocrite.”
“10%? Are you kidding me? I had to waste a lot of my time yesterday canceling my card and getting a new one. Wells Fargo was overwhelmed with calls and I waited a total of 45 minutes, then I was cut off. I went to a local branch and I was told that a lot of customers were in already having been the victim of fraudulent charges. I decided to just cancel and have them reissue a card. Not taking the chance that I have to deal with the problem of getting card company to remove charges. And Target offers 10%? Humph!”
“Of course he should be charged. Why the H would you go outside if you felt threatened? Just stay inside with the doors locked.”
EuroRant1 on Dec 9, 2013 at 11:29:33
“But Georgia also has this "stand your ground" laws... so most likely this will once again be a small slap on the wrist and a huge waste of taxpayers money in a no-win situation.
These laws are air-tight and if someone is standing on your property at 4 in the morning, no witnesses, no rhyme or reason - this law is on your side. After all, it's your word against theirs (and they're dead).
It's such a convenient law to be rid of anyone.
Invite the ex-wife to a backyard barbecue - then when she shows up, escort her to the backyard and with no witnesses around - it's your word against hers (but she's dead).
"Your stalking ex-wife was in your backyard 'uninvited' again and you took her for a stranger and did away with her."
thinkglobal83 on Dec 9, 2013 at 11:07:42
“Because he had a gun. Guns = instant courage as opposed to common sense.”
“This would be how America would look if conservatives had their way. They don't want the govt telling them/corporations what to do so they would abolish all air quality controls if they could. In fact, Arizona fights EPA standards for emissions because they don't want the "Feds" telling them what to do. Gee, nice. They don't care their citizens get lung diseases and die, they just want to do what they want. Sickening.”