I would say your comment is an example of the pot calling the kettle black but you're just a black kettle pot talking to yourself. @matt_c' comment is quite clear and concise while yours is just riddled with ambiguity and a false premise. You likely make your self sick trying to be relevant. I suggest you invest in a dictionary app for preschoolers for starters.
It is sickening He_Is_Risen. It's sickening because it's true.
But we all know, the truth will not be tolerated and further into the immoral abyss America goes.
How terribly sad.
It's not 'equivocation'.
It's pointing out the fact that there are consequences for everything that someone does.
Equivocation would be saying "since PP does it, it's OK if others do it too".
No one here, is saying it's OK.
This thug is a murderer and once convicted in a fair trial, he should get the death penalty, just like any other murderer, should.
You mean the fact that I consider human life at all stages of development to be equivalent is sickening? Then print me out a badge, son, because I'll gladly wear that title.
[-1] November 28, 2015 at 6:22pm
We should use the same rhetorical tactic they use against Muslims any time a Islamist kills someone.
Where are the moderate Christians condemning this?!
And if they point to a moderate Christian doing so (and there certainly are, no doubt), we’ll just ignore them or say “they’re lying!”
[-1] November 28, 2015 at 6:20pm
The same people who cannot wait to blame Muslims for every tragedy in the world are very quiet about the Planned Parenthood shooting.
November 28, 2015 at 6:18pm
Eastinfection — anytime a cop is harmed, these people scream that it is the fault of Black Lives Matter and that it’s part of a war on cops. When Officer Goforth was murdered, Beck and company were too happy to politicize it, made a big show of going to his funeral, and blamed Black Lives Matter and any criticism of the police as being responsible.
Now, they are suddenly — and noticeably — quiet about Officer Swasey’s murder. It speaks volumes about how much they really care about the lives of our officers. They same criticism they use against BLM can be used against them — they only care about police lives when those lives can be politicized. Now that a white man killed an officer while shooting up a business they hate — they couldn’t care less about that’s officer’s life.
 November 28, 2015 at 11:43am
Funny, the usual suspects that scream “War on Cops!” are silent now. Guess it isn’t a “war on cops” when a white man shoots a police officer at an abortion clinic. They probably secretly approve while feigning outrage.
It's all the conservatives secretly approving of this gun man's actions at the PP clinic.
Funny how Trump Carson Cruz et al have been completely silent
wait- so now you think the shooter was a cop hater?
i thought the shooter was an anti-abortion vigilante?
which is it?
November 28, 2015 at 11:42am
Some people never rest.
 November 28, 2015 at 11:38am
Isn’t it funny how after a tragedy, the Blaze breathlessly reports on the terrible things said on Twitter — yet aren’t doing it this time? I guess it’s only worth reporting when it’s liberals saying terrible things, not conservatives praising the shooter.
Sexist handle- this is the overt two step. Will you be sober enough to observe the covert bear polka?
November 27, 2015 at 2:43pm
Have to say I agree with Snopes. Something stinks about that fight over the vegetable steamer.
 November 27, 2015 at 2:40pm
I made the mistake of going to the Shelbyville, KY Wal-Mart last night.
It was a war zone. I’m going to have Vietnam flashbacks now — and I’m only 37.
[-2] November 27, 2015 at 2:39pm
The two incidents at the Kentucky malls probably had less to do with Black Friday and more to do with existing issues with or between the combatants.
 November 27, 2015 at 2:38pm
We don’t need video proof, we have the Blaze comment section!
[-15] November 27, 2015 at 2:35pm
[-2] November 26, 2015 at 10:04pm
Heisendude — the members of Congress he doesn’t like, of course.
 November 25, 2015 at 11:43am
If only the BLM protesters had guns, they could have stopped the shooting — said no conservative ever.
[-13] November 25, 2015 at 11:28am
The only part I find offensive about this is “If you don’t like it, leave” because clearly, the good sheriff does not believe in Freedom of Speech. Perhaps since he finds freedom of speech offensive, he should leave, since he clearly hates the Constitution. He’d probably like it better in a country where such freedoms are restricted.
I don't believe it's a restriction of anyones right to free speech. I believe it's a stance that the sheriff wan't tolerate the mindless BS we are constantly being slammed with on a daily basis.
The people he's inviting to leave are the people that are offended, and find reason to try to "legislate" their beliefs (or lack thereof) into being law. So he's effectively telling those that if they are so unhappy that they feel the need to "fight the system", then this isn't the place for them. So in essences, it's not a Freedom of Speech issue at all. It's a way of life issue. And like Muslims, libs/socialists/dims, can't live without some discomfort in the way our constitutional republic is set up, therefore they should leave. Don't dare think they are going to change it. That's not part of "the plan".
For the life of me, I cannot find anything on that sign that suggests that people not be allowed to exercise their First Amendment right to Freedom of Speech. What it does say is that if you find any of the things listed on the sign offensive to you, you should leave as the people in that town will freely exercise THEIR Freedom of Speech and openly wish you a Merry Christmas or show support for the military or the police.