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stewart resmer July 20, 2014 at 07:29 AM
Interesting POV Ed, what amazes me is the mans callous indifference to even have met with theRead Morefamili es thus affected by the violence. It is precisely this sort of character flaw that many find themselves put off by, it is as though the man does not know how to agree to civily disagree, he seems compelled to heap on the insults and crticism for some strange reason, like when at the town halls when some one disagrees with him and away he goes with the insults and invective, name calling and threats? He demands respect but seems very quick to be disrespectful as though he was just waiting for the opportunity to express it.
Jack Q July 21, 2014 at 08:35 AM
Stew, let's be honest for a moment. The character flaw that puts you off is that he is aRead MoreRepublican . That's why you constantly post stories like this, or against Boehner... But for a man who wrote so eloquently a week or to ago about picking up a stranger because of your "no man left behind mentality", it is curious that you have not opined about the marine still in prison in Mexico. My guess is that you can't find a way to blame the Republicans or that you just can't bring yourself to criticize the current administration. The sad state of affairs is that in this country, their is no compromise any longer. If you are against something, you are "anti" whatever. Disagree with the president, you're racist. Against birth control, anti-woman. If you are a man on the Supreme Court and vote against birth control, you have no right to do that. Ironically, when 5 men voted in favor of abortions, that was OK. We live in a sad, sad partisan time on both sides of the aisle.
stewart resmer July 22, 2014 at 05:36 AM
poor poor jack-o, there you go again mixing the apples with oranges and coming up bupkiss, sorry to Read Morelearn that you can only 'be honest for a moment'. The issue of violence transends political affiliations in this case the political offender happens to be the sitting governor who has no moral bearings when it comes to what to do about gun control and so he rambles the way he did in this example. We have seen in his town halls that he opens the floor to civil discourse and commands respectful dialogue but then he launches in to his vitriol and over heated rhetoric when he could just as easily agree to disagree whn some one annoys him. The bouquet of other issues you raise are yours as misguided as I may happen to think you are about them, I simply do not see them as partisan but rather I see them as a difference of opinion, but in the course of law they become a millstone, a yoke and social burden, and the supreme court would all tell you that their deliberations are not political, even if the majority are , well you know, appointed by republicans right? Just being honest jack-o, not for the moment mind you, but as a way of life.
Donna Persh July 19, 2014 at 11:38 PM
Wow! What a great idea! Now I am sorry I had a garage sale last weekend!
Pad July 20, 2014 at 05:47 AM
Hope you had the required permit from Wayne! Just more ways they are grabbing money from theRead Moretaxpaye rs. Why do you need a permit on your own property and they do nothing but take your money.
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