Saturday, December 21, 2013
Bigotry is un-American, but so is tribalism
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Tue., 09/17/13 - 13:29 PM
Christine, you missed the point of Ms. Davuluri's words. It is significant that Idian-American girls have a Miss America that looks like them, but only because it never happened before in the entire history of the pageant. The very prominent exclusion, intentional or otherwise, of any tribe of culture is bound to create a point of pride when that exclusion ends.
Most black children believe for a very long time that that no black child had any chance at all of growing up to be President of the United States. The election of Barack Obama changed that. On Sunday night, a similar change happened for little girls who are of Indian-American descent. And you know what? That should be a point of pride, not just for Indian Americans, but for all Americans who appreciate diversity and who yearn for a world where the content of your character means more than the color of your skin. We are making progress in that direction. Sunday night's pageant results showed us that. Unfortunately, the subsequent blowup on the Twitterverse showed us we still have a long way to go.
Mayor's Office: Report on suicide video 'scandalously wrong'
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Thu., 06/20/13 - 15:29 PM
Look at his words immediately AFTER the original statement. "I should have looked at those guys working, and I didn't." Does that sound it he thought was NOT his fault, or that it was? I know what I think. The city is trying to spin this, because there's going to be a multi-million dollar lawsuit, and they don't want to be held liable.
Urban Outfitters' plan for CEO's wife 'cynical,' 'insult', 'bogus'
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Fri., 05/24/13 - 15:49 PM
So, what you're saying is, a company which sells most of its products to women would NOT benefit from having some independent women members on its board? You don't need a study to tell you that it pays having members on your board who resemble/represent your customers.
The movement is NOT asking for a figurehead. It's asking for the board to include some women who will be fully independent board members with, who aren't married to the CEO.
The shareholders have voted on this, and 40% of them requested a more diverse board. I know 40% isn't technically a majority, but in this case I think it represents a large enough number that the company should take some action. And no, I don't think adding the CEO's wife really counts as serious action.
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Philly woman in letter to Abercrombie & Fitch CEO: My bullies wore your company's clothing
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Tue., 05/21/13 - 12:54 PM
Wow, there's a lot of hate on here. I can't believe some of you are suggesting the way prevent harassment is to "lose some weight." And so many of you are whining so much, you could almost be mistaken for those "liberal whiners" you are so fond of whining about. Scratch that. Liberals have heart. Most of you here have none.
Poll: Menendez rebounding
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Tue., 04/30/13 - 14:39 PM
Which end result upsets you the most? When the accusations are unproven, or when they turn out to be the complete fabrications of his political enemies?
Tell me, have you bought off any Dominican prostitutes lately?
Nike cuts ties with several local stores
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Fri., 04/12/13 - 17:37 PM
I had never heard of Niketown until now, but yeah. AsI read the article, I immediately thought of Nike opening their own company store, and wanting to drive the competition out of business first. I'm sure that is what will happen. You will only be able to buy Nike at their store and at the other giant retailers. Goodbye small business. Goodbye jobs. Goodbye competition. So much for the "free market."
Want to buy Rolling Stones tickets?
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Tue., 04/09/13 - 14:01 PM
No one "gets their music across" by touring in 2013. The way the music business works now, there is very little profit in selling CDs anymore. The artists make most of their money from touring, and they are going to make us much as they can.
After 50 years in the music business, and being one of the most popular and well-known recording artists of all time, the Rolling Stones aren't really worried about trying to introduce their music to a new audience.
Tue., 04/09/13 - 13:46 PM
It's unfortunate, but people are willing to pay that much for a Rolling Stones concert. The show will sell out, and there will probably be a second show added. Guess what? That one will probably sell out, too. If tickets were only $75, scalpers would buy them all, and resell them for 5 times the amount. The organizers are free to charge whatever the market will bear, and for the Stone, the market will bear a lot.
By the way, I'm well past 40 and no, I won't be buying a ticket. Not even one of those "cheap" $85 seats. I love the Stones, but I'm not going to blow a car payment or a month's worth of groceries to hear them live.
The real LeSean McCoy exposed on social media
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Wed., 01/30/13 - 13:02 PM
bc3030, you miss the point entirely. It doesn't matter whether she's a "horrible woman" or a perfect saint. McCoy is, and should be, judged on his actions and his actions alone. What he did was wrong, and even he acknowledges that. No one would be talking about this at all if McCoy hadn't done what he did in a public forum. He should have known better, and so should you.
Plea to Christie: Visit Camden
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Tue., 12/25/12 - 14:39 PM
You know what I found saddest of all, Barb? That you can sit there with "GOP" in your handle, and act as if this call for help is nothing more than a political plot to make the Republican governor look bad.
Believe me, when it comes to issues of human suffering, the GOP doesn't need any help looking as if they don't care. Again and again, your party has acted as if the poor don't matter, and the middle class are just there to be exploited.
The US already has more citizens in its prisons that any other industrialized nation on earth. The murder rate in Camden is a huge problem, and try as you might, throwing even more people in prison will not fully address the problem. As the governor, Christie has more power to address this issue than anyone else in the state of NJ.
Should the people appeal to someone else? Santa Claus perhaps? I appeal to you, Barb, to get off your self-righteous ass and try to care about someone other than yourself. If you can't do that, by all mean, keep calling yourself BarbGOP, because you represent perfectly, the self-serving failure that is the Republican party.
Tue., 12/25/12 - 14:27 PM
Sadly, Barb... the perception already exists that no one outside of Camden really cares about what goes on there. Not in Trenton, and not anywhere, except in the city of Camden itself. Many of the comments already posted here reflect that sentiment as well as anything I could say.
While a visit from the governor won't put an end to violent crime, it would call some attention to the problem, and perhaps some symbolic gesture might give people hope that steps will be taken. If the gesture were following up by meaningful action, who knows...
Gov. Corbett's Pay Raises
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Mon., 10/22/12 - 15:49 PM
Interesting (but faulty) logic you are using there. Are you suggesting people can't be poor unless they have absolutely nothing? Or perhaps in your eyes, they are poor, so they ARE nothing.
Daniel Rubin: Lifesaving A.C. swim club facing its own peril
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Thu., 09/27/12 - 14:45 PM
It's a shame. The school board, like most school boards these days, is strapped for cash, and they see an opportunity here to raise some revenue. Sadly, they aren't looking at the long term benefits, and they don't seem to care that "market pricing" only serves to price non-profit community organizations out of the market.
Phillies starting pitcher Cole Hamels scratched due to illness, Tyler Cloyd to make debut
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Wed., 08/29/12 - 16:58 PM
Amen to that.
Romney: Obama suit intends to keep military from voting in Ohio
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Tue., 08/07/12 - 14:49 PM
"Clueless" pretty much describes your comments here.
Tue., 08/07/12 - 14:48 PM
Did any of you dittoheads actually read the article before you started spraying your uninformed opinions around? Until last year, ALL Ohio voters could vote early right up until Monday before the election. The Republican-controlled legislature decided to take that right AWAY for everyone except Military personnel. Obama's campaign is simply asking the court to restore those rights for ALL registered Ohio voters. If you see that as somehow anti-military, then you are a fool.
Anderson Cooper is gay
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Mon., 07/02/12 - 14:37 PM
You know, ned. Life would be fine you actually didn't care. Sadly, though, you care too much about things that are none of your business. You are so homophobic that anyone expressing themselves as gay is interpreted by you as "throwing their sexual preferences in your face." You are a sad, sad person, ned. A sad person indeed.
Supreme Court led by John Roberts upholds Obama's health law
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Thu., 06/28/12 - 11:25 AM
Citizenc92, perhaps you missed the part where the "poor and destitute" will be assisted by the expansion of Medicaid. 16 million Americans who don't have insurance now will be covered by the expansion.
She's already seeing someone else
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Wed., 06/13/12 - 12:43 PM
The cheating accusations could mean she's cheating herself, or they could just stem from the insecurity already mentioned. If she's constantly comparing herself to other women and doesn't believe that she's worthy of your love, then it isn't that far a leap for her to imagine you've been seeing someone else behind her back. If someone else has done it to her before, she may be predisposed to believing you (or the next guy) will do it to.
Dear Abby: Potluck hostess pushed specific dish on guest
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Wed., 06/13/12 - 10:46 AM
It's not really "potluck" if they tell you what to bring, is it? Outside of that, I think the letter writer has shown her true worth here. She'll never be invited to another dinner party again.
Revolution lite: Robert A.M. Stern's design for the Museum of the American Revolution
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Tue., 06/12/12 - 14:50 PM
All the huff about Inga's review of the Barnes aside, I think she's on the mark here. The building looks boring, and worse, it looks like someone slapped together different elements of Georgian architecture with no respect for appropriate scale or proportion. A museum dedicated to the American Revolution deserves better than this.
Delta Air Lines to buy Trainer refinery for $150 million
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Tue., 05/01/12 - 09:26 AM
Neither one of you can read. The article says Delta will spend $100 million to reconfigure the refinery to produce more jet fuel.
Peters ruptures Achilles
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Fri., 03/30/12 - 14:22 PM
Dunlap has been a disaster in the limited time he's seen. We need to find a better solution at left tackle until Peters is back to full strength.
Should Christie fly flags at half-staff for Whitney?
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Wed., 02/15/12 - 21:46 PM
This is wrong. It was wrong when it happened for Clarence Clemons, too. I didn't know about then, but now that I do know, I'm saying this is wrong. I'm on the fence about Coach Shatel, because I think it's good to honor educators and coaches. His contribution to society is definitely more important than a pop singer or a saxophone player. Even so, we can honor him in other ways.
Being 'Born-Again' Linked to More Brain Atrophy: Study
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Tue., 02/07/12 - 17:48 PM
jim715, yhy is it so popular amongst Christians to go on about the imagined persecution you all face? Do you think because Christ was crucified that you're going to be next? The real problem is, you're all so damned arrogant and certain that you're the only ones who know "the truth." You see anyone and everyone who doesn't share your beliefs as part of some vast demonic conspiracy. Meanwhile, we see you as you are... desperately clinging to paranoid dogma.
Jenice Armstrong: When it comes to hubby support, Gisele's a model wife
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Tue., 02/07/12 - 10:11 AM
Jenice, you could not be more wrong when you paint this story as an example of sexism. You are completely missing the target here. If Tom Brady (or any player) made similarly disparaging comments about his teammates, the uproar would be just as loud if not louder. This is not about gender. This is about team sports and the unwritten code that no one involved (not the players, not the coaches, and the wives) throws their own team under the bus. When you suggest that this would be different if it was a husband talking about female athletes, you demonstrate how little you understand team sports.
Philly Live!? No, Xfinity Live!
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Thu., 12/15/11 - 14:33 PM
Here's the rub, though. Every giant corporation, including Comcast and Verizon, can choose where to place their headquarters and other facilities. It's a shame, but tax breaks and incentives are key negotiating tools that local governments use to keep those businesses (and thousands of jobs) in their cities. Philadelphia isn't competing with Comcast. It's competing with all of the other cities who WILL give them tax breaks if Philadelphia won't.
In the long run, what would you prefer? For Comcast to get these tax breaks and keep thousands of jobs in Philadelphia, or for them to leave and have all of those former Comcast employees collecting unemployment?
The problem here isn't the corporations. It's the power that our government has given them. On the federal level, we have allowed these companies and their lobbying interests to have too much influence in the way our county is run. The Supreme Court has given corporations all the rights of "persons" now, without the limitations that we have as individuals. In that climate, of course the corporations will use the power they've been given to enrich themselves.
You want to change this? Get behind the People's Rights Amendment. Encourage congress to vote for real campaign finance reform and serious regulations to limit how much power we give these giant corporations.
Thu., 12/15/11 - 13:41 PM
April 5th, 2013 maybe.
I have a hard time believing they will build all of this and have it up and running in less than four months. What is this? Extreme Makeover: Comcast Edition?
Rich Hofmann: Stitching together hockey life for all to see
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Thu., 12/15/11 - 11:41 AM
What's the matter, Jay? Having a problem getting "stiff" yourself?
Thu., 12/15/11 - 11:09 AM
I'll have to look for that, mayor. Maybe it will be available OnDemand, and we can watch it this weekend. Maybe the next song my daughter learns will be "Knock Knock" (after I find the lyrics, of course). LOL
Thu., 12/15/11 - 11:04 AM
Andy, I appreciated the candidness, too. I inadvertently skipped a word in my original comment, so I don't know if was clear that I don't mind the cursing in certain situations.
This is what led me where I am now, though. My daughter is 4 years old. I recently taught her to sing the Eagles fight song, which she loves, and drives her mother (Steelers fan) crazy. Now, on Sunday afternoons, she'll sit in my lap and watch the Eagles for a while (not for long, though, she has the attention span of a 4 year old) and whenever they score a touchdown, we sing the fight song together.
When I was watching 24/7 last night, I loved seeing all of the behind the scenes stuff. I enjoyed and appreciated all of the grittiness and roughness that is ice hockey. But I couldn't help but be reminded at the same time, that this particular program is one that I'm going to have to enjoy alone, instead of sharing it with my favorite new sports fan.
Thu., 12/15/11 - 10:32 AM
First a curmudgeon, and now I'm a panzy. Thanks, Bob, for showing us how a real man insults people he doesn't understand. By the way, the plural of panzy is "panzies." The apostrophe ('s) is possessive.
I started playing hockey even younger than you, Bob. 7 or 8 years old, as I remember. I've got nothing against real life, and I don't have a problem with guys cursing in the locker room. I just wished out loud for a program WITHOUT the F-bombs that I could share with my kid, who is way too young to understand why it's OK for grown up hockey players to talk that way in a locker room, and not OK for her to talk that in school or at home.
I'm sorry you don't get that. It's apparently only one of many things you don't get. But hey, I hear ignorance in bliss, so I'm sure you're very happy.
Thu., 12/15/11 - 10:15 AM
Curmudgeon? I don't think so. Just a sports fan who has very recently discovered the joy of sharing his love of sports with his child. Do you have any children of your own? If you don't, wait until you do. It changes you, my friend. It changes you. I really enjoyed the show last night. I'll watch every coming episode, and I'll enjoy those, too. But I couldn't help at the same thinking how much fun it would be to share it with my kid, which I won't do, because she is too young to be hear "F'ing this" and "F'ing that" over and over again. In a perfect world (there IS no perfect world, by the way) I might wish for a second, cleaned up version that kids could enjoy. Maybe it would encourage a few more of them to play hockey, or just to be hockey fans. It's just a thought.
Thu., 12/15/11 - 09:56 AM
As an adult, I don't the F-bombs myself. As a parent, though, and a sports fan, I couldn't help but think "Gee, it's a shame that no self-respecting parent can let his kids watch this program." I was a huge hockey fan as a kid. I played street hockey, too. If this program had aired then, I would have been begging my parents to let me watch it. But with the constant barrage of profanity, I'm sure they wouldn't. And you know what? I wouldn't let my kid watch it either. And that's a shame, because aside from the F-bombs, it was really a great show for anyone of any age who loves sports and wants to see what happens away from the ice.
Hoge: Asante's play 'disturbing'
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Mon., 12/12/11 - 11:29 AM
Here's a bigger question. Who listens to anything Hoge has to say?
Gay gene, deconstructed
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Mon., 12/12/11 - 10:30 AM
Actually, you have your facts wrong. Most of the victims of child molestation are girls. Studies show that victims in these cases are boys only 15 to 30% of the time. That leaves the remainder (between 70% and 85%) of the victims being girls.
Maybe your handle should be "just ignorant."
Mon., 12/12/11 - 10:19 AM
Except, it has NOT been eliminated in the animal kingdom. And you obviously know NOTHING about biology or science in general.
Inquirer adds iPad, Android tablets
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Mon., 07/11/11 - 11:55 AM
Wendy, I think many people would pay a reasonable price for an app that brought all of the Philly.com content to our phones. The problem now is that I've seen apps for Philly baseball, and apps for the Flyers, and apps for the Eagles (I think some of those are through Comcast Sportsnet and not Philly.com). While I love my local sports teams, I can't justify buying a ton of separate applications to keep me up to date on each one of them.
Mon., 07/11/11 - 11:50 AM
westphillyguy, everyone likes getting "free" information, but unless the reporters and the graphic designers and the other people involved in providing the content can feed their families, they're going to have to find another line of work.
"Free flowing" doesn't mean there is no cost. It means you can read whatever you want without censorship or unfair restrictions. Nothing in this arrangement is going to change that. In fact, if you used the brain you were given, you would see they are selling devices (iPads and Android tablets) at a DISCOUNT. Was someone in your neighborhood giving those things away for free before?
Eagles looking again for help at right cornerback
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Mon., 04/25/11 - 15:38 PM
They can draft players. They just can't sign them until they have a new CBA in place.
Eagles introduce Juan Castillo
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Wed., 02/02/11 - 19:25 PM
I could understand this better if Castillo was going to coach the linebackers. But moving him to defense AND promoting him to coordinator at the same time is just too big a leap. I know Reid has faith in Castillo, but seriously. No matter how good he is at coaching, he doesn't have the experience to jump into the defensive coordinator role.
5 fights, a Flyers win and a (nearly) lost voice
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Fri., 01/21/11 - 10:48 AM
path525 doesn't seem to understand satire. ;)
Sound like a great game last night. Sorry I missed it. I'll be checking CSN for highlights and maybe a late night replay.
Blackhawks' Burish blasts Pronger
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Thu., 06/10/10 - 15:52 PM
Seriously, Burish who?
Pronger snubbed in Norris voting
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Fri., 04/23/10 - 18:28 PM
How strange that a player nominated for best NHL defenseman of the year should be left off the Olympic team "because of his defensive limitations."
Birds Take a Flyer; More Visits Coming
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Thu., 03/11/10 - 18:36 PM
Baskett is a decent receiver. Not a star, but a good player to have on your team, and a solid special teams guy, despite his rather public error in the Super Bowl. Remember, the only reason Baskett was released was to clear a roster space for Vick. If the Eagles didn't have so much $$ tied up on that loser Reggie Brown, he would have been the one to get cut. Baskett should have finished the season with the birds, and I, for one, would like to see him back on the team.
Phillies sign Blanton to 3-year extension
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Thu., 01/21/10 - 14:59 PM
fogboy, do you really think they could have signed Lee for anywhere near that kind of money? Just wait, Lee will probably get close to twice that when he signs his next contract.
When your nation's only accountability is a late-night comedian
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Wed., 01/13/10 - 11:38 AM
pj said "why do you use false emphasis (i.e.,underscoring) so much in your columns? I was always told by my writing professors that it should be only sparingly used, as overuse actually signifies or admits that the prose is weak without it." Um, those aren't for emphasis, you dimwit. Those are links to other article.
76ers trade Evans for Kapono
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Wed., 06/10/09 - 02:13 AM
I'll admit, I'm not an expert on basketball... but isn't Koppano another three? Aren't Iguodala and Young both threes? Wasn't part of our problem before this trade that we had many people at the same position... the three?
Reviewing the Colonel's grilled chicken
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Tue., 06/02/09 - 12:36 PM
"plastic bag handed to me yesterday through a hatch in the bulletproof counter window" This told me all I needed to know. And that had nothing to do with chicken.
EAGLES ACQUIRE HOBBS
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Sun., 04/26/09 - 14:31 PM
You knew it wouldn't take them long to give Sheldon Brown's starting job to someone else, but OF COURSE they won't trade him, because it's more important than anything else to punish him for speaking out. He'll sit on the bench all season, getting used sporadically at best, and they'll trade him next year after they've run his trade value into the ground.
THOMAS: EAGLES HAVEN'T SHOWN ANY INTEREST; SHAWN SPRINGS VISITING BIRDS
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Tue., 03/03/09 - 17:49 PM
Hmm, Sheldon might be unhappy? The Eagles are talking to another free agent cornerback? Does this look like the Lito Sheppard fiasco all over again? Yes, it does!
Brian Dawkins, 1996-2009
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Sat., 02/28/09 - 15:19 PM
KGKoons, it doesn't matter how well or how badly Dawkins does in Denver. This isn't about wins and losses as much as pride and knowing who has your back. Dawkins was always there for the Eagles, for the fans, and for this city. It just won't be the same without him, and seeing him wear the colors of another team now is heartbreaking. I want a SuperBowl victory as much as anyone, but what I want even more is to feel great about the guys who wear the silver and green. Dawkins leaving town takes away some of the joy I have for being an Eagles fan.
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Sat., 02/28/09 - 15:10 PM
You know, I'm not going to say they ruined the team, or any of that stuff. I understand the business decision not to overpay or not to offer a multi-year contract to a player who may not have multiple years left in the tank. But still, this is a crushing blow emotionally. Brian Dawkins is the most beloved athlete in this town, and I would rather be 0-16 next year and see him retire as an Eagle than to win the Superbowl while he's playing somewhere else.
The Phils' sweet spring home
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Sun., 01/25/09 - 21:37 PM
Why is it that no matter who writes a column or an article on this site, it's almost guaranteed that some pathetic heckler will use the comments section to post obnoxious personal attacks against said writer. Does it make you feel important to insult others? Do you feel even more important if you can insult someone who's obviously more talented and better respected than you are? Is that really what satisfies you as a person? I truly feel sorry for you if it does.
Reid: We could have run it more
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Mon., 12/22/08 - 17:26 PM
Love the graphic at the end, but it needs to be larger.
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Mon., 12/22/08 - 16:24 PM
<< Once again, why didn't any of our brilliant sports media call Reid on blaming the defense? >> That's exactly what Brookover did by writing this blog entry. WIP radio personalities are doing the same thing, and it will probably be mentioned in some of tomorrow's newspaper articles. The comments were only made a couple of hours ago. Watch the evening news. This will definitely be a topic of discussion in the sports segment.
Wes Clark and the risks of hardball
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Mon., 06/30/08 - 17:50 PM
Maybe this doesn't matter to anyone, but what Clark said is accurate. I'm not questioning McCain's patriotism, or his service record, but if serving in the military were the only requirement for the office, we could run "Beetle Bailey for President."
When the "King of Beers" is in the White House
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Tue., 06/24/08 - 16:34 PM
Almost everyone who's occupied the white house in modern times has strong business ties with at least one company or industry. I don't see how Cindy McCain's business ties are all that different from those of Dick Cheney or any other high ranking official. Honestly, I doubt if the King of Beers could possibly do more damage to this country than Halliburton has while it's former CEO sits in the VP chair.
Obama's 7 percent solution
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Wed., 05/14/08 - 20:26 PM
Saddam Hussein? Seriously? You're playing the exact same para-racist card that Will brought up in his entry. Suggesting that blacks supporting Obama is somehow linked to Saddam is not just racist, it's stupid. People like you present a wonderful argument for requiring an IQ test before someone is allowed to vote.
John Baer: Fumo's slavery zinger: What set Vince off?
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Thu., 05/01/08 - 11:22 AM
In case you've been living under a rock, Fumo is stepping down in a few months. The next place he'll be serving is a Federal Penitentiary. This isn't a party issue, and you shouldn't make it one. Calling his colleagues racist was stupid, but it's not an offense that should bring the word "resignation" into the discussion.
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