I have no issue with the bible being in any room the state owns provided the state does not exclude, and provides a space as with the bible, any other religion from placing their volume of sacred law there as well. It's really pretty simple.posted @ Friday, May 17, 2013 - 11:51
[quote][b]woofie11[/b] - Jay Carney is nothing more than a paid liar, plain and simple.
He should be easily elected to an office then...all politicians are paid liars.
"I'll be takin' these Huggies, and whatever cash ya got in the drawer...."posted @ Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 12:41
Sounds like they should look into legislating/banning assault knives.posted @ Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 11:55
White robber = drug addict. Black robber = typical thug low life.
Anyone who robs a store is a thug to me, and more than likely trying to get drug money.
At 5'7 and 140...he would have a hard time robbing many folks with just a knife.posted @ Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 07:05
Was a generic term. Wasn't trying to offend.posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 19:41
No, patrol officers don't have the science training to meet quality control standards... the 9000 model is more "fool proof", less for them to do at beginning of the shift to record that calibration is in control.
[/quote]So is 8K per machine cheaper than training the officers how to properly use the existing one??
[quote][b]dudeintown67[/b] - .There needs to be some sort of protocol for calling the damn chase off and just nabbing the kid later.
OR, they could just pull over and there would be no chase.posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 19:35
“does not possess all of the attributes necessary to meet evolving legal requests and quality assurance recommendations in the field of breath alcohol testing. ”
So they are inaccurate???posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 16:18
Thanquarius??????????? Where do people come up with these names?posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 16:15
Leave his worthless arse in jail.posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 12:54
Tragic. I have a lot of friends that ride on the roads and you couldn't pay me to do it. Very dangerous to me. My condolences to the family and hopefully they catch the guy who did it and put him in jail for life.posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 12:51
You can change people's behavior by taking away their benefits. Good behavior should get paid, bad behavior, not. [/quote]
I am all for that.
The issue is that if they get in trouble and go to jail we are still paying for them.
I have no objection to the State allowing, or providing a space, for Bibles in the rooms, so long as the state has no objection to every other religion who wants to leave their holy book in the room is allowed.
If the State were to deny the space for ANY other religious material, then it must deny all religious material.
Pretty simple.posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 12:09
[quote][b]Lady of the Lake[/b] -
Kind of like the IRS lately, huh?
No bigger criminals in this nation than our elected officials.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 20:25
[quote][b]gman129[/b] - Some of the negative comments about the arrest of these thugs must not realize what they were doing is criminal. Why do you make excuses for their criminal behavior?
No excuse for their criminal behavior, but more as to how the police "pick and choose" when and what to enforce. They could raid every bar in Athens every weekend, and don't. They could collect illegal immigrants every weekend but don't. Just far too selective in when and how.
[quote][b]1965reader[/b] - I knew they weren't real because such name brands wouldn't sell in an outdoor market with denim wearing clerks. The owners of such brands demand upscale stores in prestigious areas to present and sell their goods in.
I don't believe anyone that buys anything "namebrand" there does so with the expectation that they are getting the real thing, why would they. So it isn't the customer that is being defrauded, it's the manufacturer of the real goods that don't like their name being infringed upon (which I understand). I see fakes/counterfeits all the time at my shop and I know the real manufacturers spend TONS trying to rid the market of them.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 14:44
So what is being said here is that those aren't real Rolex Watches and Loius Bags being sold out of some dump on the side of the road??? MAN!!!posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 12:27
[quote][b]Millionexus[/b] - "Minnesota's most famous opponent of gay marriage also weighed in. U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, an ardent supporter of banning gay marriage when she served in the state Senate, released a statement expressing disappointment in a vote she said "denies religious liberty to people who believe in traditional marriage.""
She's a zealot. Gay marriage in NO WAY infringes on the religious liberty of another person, if anything it's the other way around. Religious opposition of gay marriage is infringing on the rights of those who do not believe in that religious belief.
The good news for Bachman is that all who religiously oppose gay marriage are still free to religiously oppose gay marriage , as is their church free to not marry gay people.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 10:38
[quote][b]hardrocker[/b] - @TeeWee: I am sure you would welcome an investigation into the war in Iraq to determine the real reasons for that fiasco that caused the deaths of 50,000+ of our finest young men and women since you feel so patriotic these days!
I think you are thinking of Vietnam, where we lost 50K men. The death toll is no where near 50K in the current war, I believe it's closer to maybe 5K men lost. One is too many for the reasons we are there, but it's certainly not 50K troops lost.
He should have just Asked Obama while they were playing golf together last week.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 09:39
Typical Politician. ZERO personal accountability to those who elected them. Not surprising at all to me.posted @ Monday, May 13, 2013 - 13:00
[quote][b]retiredandhappy[/b] - Catman got a bunch of minus points, but people, this is a legitimate question.
Yes, it is a great question.
[quote][b]catman[/b] - Will the church continue to pay commercial property taxes on this Real Estate? Or will this property become tax exempt?
What your True Religion, church?
There's lots of money to be made in the Jesus Business, and all tax free.
Meanwhile, the hundreds of illegal immigrants and meth heads that shop there walked free...but hey, we did retrieve some bootleg Rocky IV dvd's!!!posted @ Saturday, May 11, 2013 - 21:01
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