Using that foul mouth to accuse someone else of being tasteless is hilarious!
 September 18, 2016 at 6:36am
You have discovered one of the universal Truths, vocalpatriot—
you can’t argue with crazy.
 September 10, 2016 at 9:26am
No good deed goes unpunished.
Watch your backs.
 September 7, 2016 at 6:19pm
I understand the impulse, but I don’t want to stifle anyone’s voice. (Even the annoying ones)
 August 6, 2016 at 10:27am
To those who think conservatives are trying to infringe on their ‘reproductive rights’:
Everyone has the right to reproduce. What you do not have the right to do is murder.
 July 31, 2016 at 2:00pm
Can you say “banana republic”?
[-1] July 23, 2016 at 12:05pm
Neither is worthy of the office. The two major parties have both led us to believe that we have to choose one or the other. It is a false premise. The lesser of two evils is still evil. I will vote for a write-in candidate before either of them.
 July 23, 2016 at 7:43am
If this is true, all he has to do is win the election. Then, he can just tell the DOJ to let it go. Isn’t that how things work now?
wikileaks memo confirms dnc had an illegal joint fund raiser. Lawyers told them it was illegal so they hid paperr trail. all spelled out in DNC emails, absolutely no doubt a conspiracy formed to defraud and break election laws. DOJ response,,,,,,,crickets....
Tell that to Denis De Souza. I believe he had a little run-in with Obama's FEC.
 July 23, 2016 at 7:38am
Liberals are great community organizers
which means: people organizers
which means: sorting people into labeled boxes
which leads to: dismissing them as less than yourself
which leads to: horrible atrocities
The reason Hitler could round up Jews in Europe and we could round up Japanese here was because they were given derogatory nicknames and were thought of as nothing else except the labels put on them.
There seem to be a growing number of people here who are becoming more angry and defensive against non-Trump voters.
A difference of opinion does not necessarily indicate a lack of intelligence. Just because someone thinks a little differently about something does not make them stupid. You would persuade more people to your cause (if that is your intention) by being a little more engaging.
Ok. Ted is not going to run. Trump and Hillary are going to run. Mind you, I had a completely different choice in mind other than RNC or DNC, and my candidate was not given any chance at all. So I will engage you with a question. Who would you prefer be president between the two that are running.
 July 23, 2016 at 7:19am
You are making an error by confusing a difference of opinion with a lack of intelligence.
July 15, 2016 at 8:06am
The Lt. Gov. was calm, articulate, and correct. I had to shut the clip off, however, after our president’s first line. He said something to the effect of ‘I have been unequivocal in my condemnation of rhetoric about police officers…’. I almost threw my breakfast at the computer. I cannot understand how he can get away with saying the EXACT OPPOSITE of the truth without anyone calling him on it. The world has gone crazy.
 July 9, 2016 at 6:49am
Love your comment! You are not alone.
July 9, 2016 at 6:43am
I don’t understand the shooter’s goal. What is killing a couple of random white people going to accomplish?
I pray that all of us, on both sides, don’t act out of anger and hate. Nothing good can come of it.
Louis Farakhan, the leader of The Nation of Islam, has called on black people to kill whites repeatedly over the years. The Dallas shooter had listened to Farakhan's most recent call to kill white people just before the shootings in Dallas. It's possible that this fellow also was a follower of Farakhan's as well. Farakhan claims the white man got everything he has by committing violence against the black man, and so he incites his followers to commit violence against white people in turn. It's twisted logic, for sure, but those who follow people like Farakhan or Jeremiah Wright eat it up.
 July 9, 2016 at 5:55am
My grandma would have said:
That man was raised right.
July 7, 2016 at 1:45pm
I never said that I agree with him, or that his point was valid, or that criticizing what he said was wrong. What I meant was that making fun of him, calling him names is wrong.
 July 5, 2016 at 2:03pm
We are all born into this world in the same state of ignorance. What we use to determine truth is a personal choice. Some choose science, some choose personal experience etc. Phil Robertson may have made a different choice than others, but that doesn’t make him wrong (or right). It seems useless, imho, to make fun of someone for what they believe when there is no way to prove who is “right”.
Considering he is using his beliefs and his voice to try and take away rights for gay people, amongst other things, makes criticizing what he says perfectly valid.
And considering he is making a ridiculous argument (seeing how the Gregorian calendar was invented centuries after Jesus was supposedly born, and that it's widespread use means nothing about the truth of Christianity) it is fair to argue whether his opinion should be treated like that of a wise man's or a fool's
"We are all born into this world in the same state of ignorance"
And based on his own statements, Phil Robertson stayed that way.
Pretty sure it makes him wrong.
Alan Turing, the father of computer technology, was born homosexual. He was the main guy in cracking the Nazi secret Enigma code, shortened WW2, and saved millions of lives.
England had laws against homosexuality at the time and Turing was hounded into suicide at age 41. Queen Elizabeth recently issued a formal apology to his family.
That is one of the many reasons I despise bigoted evangelicals.
 July 3, 2016 at 12:06pm
Anyone who says they put the company ahead of their own interests is either a liar or a psychopath–neither of which would be a good hire.
Yeah, loyalty is to people. Not to faceless organizations. The best teams are built from the bottom up. The answer to question 1 is, "You are responsible to your people, so as a team you can accomplish your task or mission."
June 29, 2016 at 5:14pm
 June 29, 2016 at 5:06pm
I had a crazy uncle who once proposed this solution to the prison over-population problem:
Once the prison is full, the next person sent to said prison bumps out the longest serving inmate. By “bumps out” my uncle meant “executes”.