Kind of an odd claim for a guy who wanted to be a public servant...
And he's not even a good one at that.posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 14:04
[Quote] Obama said. "It's one thing for me to be mistaken for a waiter at a gala. It's another thing for my son to be mistaken [Quote/]
Really? He's dragging out that "son" claim. Again.posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 08:36
Only the 1% can afford to valet. The rest of up poor taxpayers have to self park. That costs too.posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 08:33
I would say: Better than letting the terrorists decide how they should be treated.
Besides, don't they get the prize? The 700 virgins and all? Wouldn't it be our duty to get them to their promised land that much sooner? I'm all for doing them a favor.
Just say'n.posted @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 17:09
Who'd buy food form the back of "some guy's truck"? We've moved up into the 19th century you know, and people just don't act like that now-a-days. We gots google and such, and a grocery just a few miles from here.posted @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 17:02
Another week, another comment.posted @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 14:18
The real problem we face is the fact that they are bringing their ideology here to us, and will kill us if we don't follow along in their demented beliefs.
There already have been attacks against Americans, here on America soil, on military bases, in the workplace,...... Yet the press and politicians can't bring themselves to call it terrorism.
The mentality of these people is beyond comparison to anything we've had to deal with.posted @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 08:38
Wouldn't need security if teachers could whoop you upside your head like they did back when I was in school, and then get spanked by the principal, then by mom when you got home, then by dad when he got home.
Ah the good old days..... When teachers and school administrators doled out punishment to misbehaving students, where parents worked, and when they too disciplined their children for acting up.posted @ Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 11:51
Yet, ACC has one dead cop (could have easily been two) who were not "militarized" while practicing their (I'm sure) mandated hug-a-thug policy when Hood was pulled over.
I'm quite sure you'd rather see dozens upon dozens of cop funerals instead of one more criminal being buried.
What is different, and what normal people fear, is the decline of any semblance of moral structure, where people - ALL PEOPLE - respect life, other people's property, and the rule of law. Don't like the law, then change it through the system in place. Congress, the state legislatures, county commissions and city councils meet regularly.
But please, don't hold up thugs - both were breaking the law and escalated matters - don't hold them up as idols and don't make them the poster children for what ever might be your grievance against society.posted @ Monday, December 15, 2014 - 15:18
@oldwarrior: That, or hold the game on Sunday morning when the thugs are all in church....... We can dream, right?posted @ Monday, December 15, 2014 - 14:59
Yes @cyou299: They're making an insane amount of money from all those non-customers that don't have two plug nickels to rub together. Sorry if profitable companies abhor you so. Maybe Obamacare has a pill for that.posted @ Friday, December 12, 2014 - 13:16
Hollywood. You're dealing with egos bigger than the mega mansions they stay in from time to time. That they bad mouth each other, then hug and smooch on the red carpet, then back stab one another, then make casting calls for each other's film and TV projects, that's just the biz. It's not unlike any other business, save for the commas in the paychecks.
And yes, that Sharpton is involved shows that it's not about ethics, morals or decency, it's about the money. Can't wait till they do a movie about that thieving crook. It'll be epic.posted @ Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 16:43
Not only the cops enforce the bureaucracy, so does Code Enforcement, the Health Department, DOL (elevators and escalators), OSHA, and a host of other agencies and departments. Ahhh, the hell with it, let's not make people obey the laws, or is that just the tiny ones.
Either way, if you fight the Code Enforcement, Health inspector, DOL inspectors, OSHA inspectors (all cops in their own right), the IRS...yeah, try it some time.... You'll end up getting the raw end of the deal.
None of us ~like~ the stinking laws, especially the little ones that say I have to drive 55 (you know you speed too), or those pesky stop signs we all roll through. I've had tail lights out, and the expensive car tells me and eventually I get it fixed, but the POS car doesn't, so it goes unnoticed for months maybe.
And the last speeding ticket I got I sat there and smiled and complied. Yeah, the ticket total was a chunk, but I thought, that's a half cent for all the other times I sped. Well worth it. And then I sped to my destination.posted @ Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 16:31
Plenty of time for arguing my rights and what they can or can't do and the injustice of the matter...in my own head ...after I've driven away
Plenty of time to file a complaint later, with the officers supervisors, city hall, county commissioners, or at the state level as appropriate. Fight at that time and you'll lose for sure. Fight later on, and you might just change things.posted @ Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 11:44
I watch MSNBC a lot but I watch it knowing that it is not pure news, it all has a political slant. Fox on the other hand claims to be "fair and balanced" and it claims to be news. That is my gripe with Fox because it obviously favors the right but won't admit it. [/quote]
All of the news is slanted. As news consumers we tend to believe what mirrors our pre-set beliefs. It takes a lot of reading and listening from a variety of sources, both US based and international news sources, to get close to the truth. Then again, you have to know that it's often times just what the players in the story want you to hear. So 94% true, laced with a good bit of created truths, less the omitted truths, and a dash of grey matter to muddy things up a tad.posted @ Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 09:34
The problem @AbidingDude: is that the lying doesn't stop when the party in power is replaced by another color. Red, Blue, purple even, it doesn't matter. They lie. The reasons vary, well, the audience varies, but the reason is the same. To keep us divided.posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 15:12
What you should trust, and can trust long-lived companies to do, is to do what's best in the interests of the shareholders. And if that means taking manufacturing overseas to keep costs down, then they'll do it. Corporations are not going to lose money, lose market share and the like just to be "patriotic", because they have to compete in the local stores head-to-head with global companies, none of which are berated into moving their operations to the US to get US consumers.posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 09:40
While standing in line next election bring a good book to read, like "God, Guns, Grits and Gravy". It's a southern cookbook, right?posted @ Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 17:13
@PatrickD: Follow up? The ABH won't do that. Cut -n- paste seems to be the fodder they use to fill space between retailer ads. Follow up would entail someone actually doing, you know, reporting work.posted @ Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 14:43
@Swami-108: CAT moved operations "on-shore" to Bogart......but didn't like Bogart, so bribed the Post Office to upheave everyone's pre-existing mailing address and shuffle thousands of families and businesses around - just so they could have a prestigious "Athens" address.
Anyway, as I understand it, being a CAT shareholder and all, the product made here today is purchased primarily by US customers, so it made sense to on-shore the work closer to the buyers. Basically less of their equipment is having to be shipped overseas, where when the product was made overseas, the bulk of it had to be shipped back to the US.posted @ Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 11:03
Is Dexter still at it? I thought he "went out of business" a year or so ago.posted @ Monday, December 8, 2014 - 14:55
Wow. Bethel rents to (not) pay and an automatic handgun tucked in his waist. I guess if my housing was subsidized I too could afford an automatic handgun. As it is, I'm so broke paying TAXES that all I can afford is a semi-automatic handgun.posted @ Monday, December 8, 2014 - 10:16
If we'd tax the illegals, they'd leave on their own accord.posted @ Sunday, December 7, 2014 - 17:42
You can reform the police all you want, but that's half the problem.
43 police officers died in the line of duty THIS YEAR from being shot to death. http://www.odmp.org/
Reform the police will not reduce the number of criminals willing - and able - to kill cops.
The community needs to protect the police instead of protecting the criminals. **See coverage of the Jamie Hood manhunt where the community protected Hood.posted @ Sunday, December 7, 2014 - 17:27
Take a look at the reasons that Brown's body remained on the street for that long. The community was out in arms (literally and figuratively) impeding the investigation, and to the point that the driver for the coroner's office felt insecure as he tried to collect the body from the crime scene.
This was a crime scene in the middle of an evolving war zone. The police had to stop several times to take cover from gunfire. "You didn't do your job" while under live fire. Really.posted @ Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 08:23
Summary: I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. read more
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