Before he can get the help that he really needs, the first step is admitting that he needs help.
[-5] February 11, 2016 at 12:57am
I would, but I don’t really care what happens to these idiots.
February 11, 2016 at 12:43am
How can you pretend to give a crap about what is or is not constitutional and in the next breathe call for something as wildly unconstitutional as a president assuming the power to fire all federal court judges?
 February 9, 2016 at 4:57am
Yeah, four of them, all for the same candidate. That’s still only three candidates. Why are you asking that question? It’s all clearly stated in the article. Even if you read it wrong the first time, you just had to read it again more carefully.
 February 9, 2016 at 1:32am
No, you are clearly not reading this right. In Dixville Notch,the town with only 12 people, only two candidates split the five Republican votes.
Yeah, four of them, all for the same candidate. That's still only three candidates. Why are you asking that question? It's all clearly stated in the article. Even if you read it wrong the first time, you just had to read it again more carefully.
[-4] February 8, 2016 at 10:16pm
God bless our valiant abortionists, true sentinels of liberty, and keep them safe from the fiendish depredations of freedom’s wicked foes – the fetus freaks.
[-1] February 8, 2016 at 10:06pm
I keep hoping they’ll get Iggy and the Stooges. If there is anybody who qualifies as a national cultural treasure, it is he.
February 8, 2016 at 10:04pm
I don’t give a rat’s behind what your scriptures say. You have only the word of other humans that they actually represent the word of God. You may choose to believe that, but that doesn’t mean that there is any real reason to hold that belief, or that the rest of us have to share it just because you state it as if it were a fact.
 February 8, 2016 at 9:57pm
No, they’re not offending 89% of their viewing base. Just because you and a few like you are offended by any mention or public presence of gay people, or expression of support for their struggle for equal rights, does not mean that 100% of straight people feel that way. Most of us do not, and those of you who do are fortunately becoming fewer every day.
[-19] February 8, 2016 at 2:35pm
He receives a written briefing every day and goes to the oral briefing when he has specific questions about it, which is almost half the time, not rarely. This is not unusual. President Reagan almost never received an oral briefing. The last President Bush got one six times a week, but that might have been because he wasn’t quite as proficient a reader as some of the other Presidents. Every President does it differently.
[-9] February 8, 2016 at 1:39am
People who watch commercials
People who read a book instead, even during the Super Bowl.
Yep, because it's a book that makes it worthwhile.
Live sports are the only times I (and most people) watch commercials. That's why they charge so much for them.
I took Tolstoy's War and Peace +500 pages over Hugo's Les Mis and parlayed it to the total under 1,200,000 words. What was the final score? I also had a small prop bet on Fyodor Ivanovich Dolokhov being the first to die.
In my house, I put it on at about 8, said to my son, ” thats the super bowl” then, I said ” go to bed” . at that point I turned the TV off.
We watched about 1 1/2 minutes. :D
The horses beat the black Cats
People who read a book instead, even during the Super Bowl."
Absolutely agree! That is exactly what I did and do.
So Grover, which book did you read; 'Green Eggs and Ham', 'Fox in Socks' or the immortal classic, 'The Cat in the Hat'?
I read the comments, but haven't watched any of the videos. Not sure if I will bother later.
I wouldn't have known it was Super Bowl Sunday, but oblivious as I am to sports it was hard to avoid hearing about it from someone. My kid's teacher promised a day without homework if her team won.
I could care less,
but that would be rather hard without going into phobia/aversion territory... and that would be caring.
[-3] February 7, 2016 at 2:51am
You can’t send a child to get an abortion if they don’t want one. Conversion therapy is not taken willingly. The objection is to the therapy, there is no conversion, at least not a conversion from gay to straight, sometimes there is a conversion from gay to complete sexual disfunction that may require years of real therapy to repair.
February 7, 2016 at 2:19am
It’s not Rubio’s fault that he’s smart enough to think, “hey, that’s me,” when somebody calls his name.
I wouldn't have voted for either ever. I wanted to like Carson then he got all carsony. Trump is trump.
This is more about the whole show over all. A viral video or meme speaks more to the new voters more than a reasoned argument.