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Carrie July 10, 2014 at 07:10 pm
Insurance cost is based on how many accidents happen in an area and how many thefts and otherRead More vehicle crimes.
cardiclash July 10, 2014 at 07:27 pm
Stop the bs remember when! !!
Rich Shelley July 10, 2014 at 07:49 pm
Same reason that banks redline: because they can
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Tony Schinella July 10, 2014 at 03:54 pm
TY Bob.
oldfed July 10, 2014 at 10:28 pm
OK, for all you dumb Dummycrats/Liberals/Leftist Loons, and Socialists out there, let's keep itRead More simple. First, criminals commit gun crimes. Second, they don't apply for permits. Third, the SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the US) affirmed the Constitutional right of citizens to keep and bear as individuals firearms. Fourth, said court recognized that the term "militia" in the 18th cent. referred to private colonists (men) this right, as there were not enough British troops available to protect all colonies in America. NOT THE NATIONAL GUARD, which did not exist, except as a non-military group called loosely the militia. Check your US history. Finally, as a retired federal LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) I fully support the 2nd Amendment right to concealed carry, but not open carry. That's an Olde West nonsense, IMO. Case closed, or not?
LCT July 11, 2014 at 12:23 am
Obtaining a firearms permit in MA is outrageous, plus pricey. It is also patently unfair to beRead More penalized by your local Police Chief if he/she isn't a fan of citizens owning firearms. I'd bet good money that within towns there are plenty of "exceptions", i.e. having a relative on the local PD or working in town hall. The typical way of conducting business in Comm of MA. $100 to the local police to apply. $100/year or so to join a gun club as required by our chief to get a license. $75 - $100 to attend an approved safety class as required by our chief. The $100 to apply is non-refundable if you're denied a permit. In my town chief also requires applicant to submit 4 or 5 (I forget exact number, sorry) "letters" attesting to my character. For me this is the worst part, even worse than the expense. First I don't know 4 people well enough to ask them to write me a letter, in essence telling them my business. I was very uncomfortable basically "advertising" that I wanted a permit, which people assume means I'll eventually have a firearm in my house. People talk too bloody much. I asked a close, dear friend to write me a letter, which she was glad to do. Unfortunately she must have said something to her adult children as 2 of them asked me, in front of some total strangers at a picnic, if I'd gotten my "gun permit" yet and did I buy a guy. These people all know exactly where I live & have a good idea of my basic daily schedule. I feel like I might as well have taken an ad out in the newspaper or put a sign in my front yard! Since the chief did not contact anyone who wrote my letters, does not know the character of those people, what is the real purpose of this exercise except inconvenience & implied intimidation? Truth be told just to have to "apply for a license" just to exercise my 2nd Amendment rights is intimidating & condescending. All American citizenps should have the identical rights, with equal treatment, not 50 states having 50 sets of rules. When I went to the police station with my $100, preliminary approved application to a gun club, my birth certificate, filled out police dept application form & certificate of firearms safety course, I was asked zero questions by the officer who processed the paperwork & took my fingerprints. In fact other than to say "hello" & give instructions while being fingerprinted, officer said nothing to me. I had checked off the box asking for license to carry but, of course, got only a permit for target; zero explanation. My town's process is a joke. They didn't need letters. We could have had an adult discussion about why I wanted a permit (just to see if I was of reasonably sound mind). They could have explained why I was denied a license to carry. I know for a fact if I lived 1 mile away in the next town I would have gotten a carry permit. I wouldn't have minded, in fact, I thought it would have been prudent to have me fire a few rounds to prove I could safely handle a weapon. I sincerely hope whatever "new" laws Beacon Hill comes up with includes standardized application process throughout the Commonwealth. All residents should be treated the exact same way, same rules. In my eyes problem is Beacon Hill wants the power but shoves off the responsibilities & actual decision making to each town so no one can "blame" the Commonwealth if there are "issues". We wouldn't want legislators to be actually held responsible for anything.
Cool Fusion July 9, 2014 at 10:03 am
Stop it. I'm getting all misty. I see a "one year of supervised release" in his future.Read More He will spend his time lobbying for his insider buddys to keep the recently passed automatic inflation adjusted gas tax increase Bill intact that voters have a chance to repeal thru the referendum vote at the next election.
JM July 9, 2014 at 01:16 pm
I can't say I'm surprised: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Kerasiotes
francis soyer July 9, 2014 at 03:17 pm
I see the PC police are at it again. It's okay to attack public employees but not ok to respond!
Matt July 8, 2014 at 03:19 pm
So Frank you lost your home to a wind turbine?
John July 8, 2014 at 11:45 pm
Worst governor in my lifetime -- by far . . . eclipsing Dukakis, which is saying a lot.Read More Incompetent. Negligent. Arrogant. Not exactly the holy trinity to brag about.
Tara Dactyl July 9, 2014 at 07:08 am
Agreed, John. Now contemplate Martha Coakley as governor. A weak leader with no presentationRead More skills, dependent on the Globe investigative team to do her department's work, and unable to acknowledge her role in the Amirault family tragedy.
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Ken B. July 10, 2014 at 10:54 pm
Romney could not have done that without passage by the democrat controlled house and senate.
Ken B. July 10, 2014 at 10:55 pm
Romney could not have done that without passage of it by the democrat controlled house and senate.
Lynne Roberts July 10, 2014 at 11:07 pm
True and the same goes for WDC
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Michael H Smith July 8, 2014 at 10:29 am
Slower traffic should always move to the most extreme left lane possible. This promotes the movementRead More of traffic in all lanes, eliminates the potential of tailgate situations and the number of lane changes to get around slower moving vehicles thus reducing potential for blind spot accidents, enhances the smooth and rapid movement of traffic. Maybe most significantly it is the courteous thing to do! Some folks are so intimidated when driving, they immediately move to e extreme right lane so as to eliminate the chance of someone driving next to their driver side!
Eric Highview July 8, 2014 at 03:57 pm
If the speed limit is 65, I set my cruise control at 63 and stay right. If there is a middle lane IRead More just stay in the middle and people pass on the left and the right. When staying right and going a bit slower the only thing you have to watch out for is people not yielding when merging onto the highway. I just like to drive slowly, and since I'm not in a hurry, going slow is more relaxing.
Eric Highview July 8, 2014 at 03:58 pm
If the speed limit is 65, I set my cruise control at 63 and stay right. If there is a middle lane IRead More just stay in the middle and people pass on the left and the right. When staying right and going a bit slower the only thing you have to watch out for is people not yielding when merging onto the highway. I just like to drive slowly, and since I'm not in a hurry, going slow is more relaxing. Enforcement of the speed limit should be more strict.
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Derek Duchemin July 2, 2014 at 10:59 am
These price chages are getting really redlicious, i mean its better than raising taxes, it reallyRead More is, but it is starting to get redlicious, there have been to many price hikes already this year.
JT July 2, 2014 at 09:48 pm
The vehicle inspection fee has been $29 since 1999. Hard to complain about a fee that had notRead More increased for 15 years.
Derek Duchemin July 3, 2014 at 09:04 am
Jt, im not talking about just the inspection fee, im talking about all the fees in general.
Janet C M June 30, 2014 at 03:07 pm
No more licenses would stimulate the economy by cutting all the red tape. But looking at the volumeRead More of restaurants going under (including now the Sea Dog) in Woburn alone, one would think that there's an over saturation of establishments.
Rob C June 30, 2014 at 03:28 pm
some places do have too many restaurants, some places not enough. Having been to Sea Dog I am notRead More sure how it lasted as long as it did. The beer was nothing spectacular and the food was mediocre.
Gretchen Robinson June 30, 2014 at 05:28 pm
we need more drinking establishment about as much as we need casinos in Mass. Meaning not at all.Read More The argument that it increases jobs is bogus.
Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian stands outside the Edward J. Sullivan  Courthouse in Cambridge as the last pretrial detainees held in the building’s jail were relocated on Saturday, June 28, 2014. Courtesy
JohnnyMass June 30, 2014 at 08:47 am
Just execute them all. No loss to mankind.
C.E. Jones June 30, 2014 at 03:33 pm
Or Fowle Street.... They will be right at home!
stevieB June 30, 2014 at 06:25 pm
Put it in a liberal city. .they seem to love these degenerates. .let them live next toRead More them..brookline. .newton..Lexington. ..nice place for them
steve forte June 28, 2014 at 08:15 pm
Well Frank , the gov got an education and put himself in a position to not have to work for minRead More wage. Had the folks earning the min done the same thing , it would be a non issue to them to.
mark June 29, 2014 at 11:05 am
People making $40 an hour can barely make it living in this state! Ridiculous cost of housing, gas,Read More taxes and fees! Let's shut down the government!
JohnnyMass June 29, 2014 at 11:38 pm
Patrick sucks!
Jimmy Chu June 26, 2014 at 07:56 am
See the Picture I posted to Twitter ... Only way i know how to post a picture on this post...Read More pic.twitter.com/jYLvauZkOb ... Look at that and tell me how that Location is a DESTINATION Location!!!! Who wants to vacation between a waste treatment facility, a power plant, LNG Offload site, junkyard, Mobil oil refinery and a wind turbine ??? ANYONE !!!!!
John Doe June 26, 2014 at 09:35 am
It was put to a vote year ago! Twice! Also, lets be honest, th residents of Fall River are alreadyRead More pretty unsavory...and its not my responsibility to tailor my life to "problem gamblers". The state has no problem taking money from the elderly who cash their SS checks and buy 250 lotto tickets. ..
Jimmy Chu June 26, 2014 at 10:52 am
See the Picture i found posted to Twitter. pic.twitter.com/jYLvauZkOb Look at that and tell me howRead More that Location is a DESTINATION Location!! Who wants to vacation between a waste treatment facility, a power plant, LNG Offload site, junkyard, Mobil oil refinery and a wind turbine ? ANYONE ????
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MHH101 June 20, 2014 at 07:51 am
A mathematician, an accountant and an economist apply for the same job. The interviewer calls inRead More the mathematician and asks "What do two plus two equal?" The mathematician replies "Four." The interviewer asks "Four, exactly?" The mathematician looks at the interviewer incredulously and says "Yes, four, exactly." Then the interviewer calls in the accountant and asks the same question "What do two plus two equal?" The accountant says "On average, four - give or take ten percent, but on average, four." Then the interviewer calls in the economist and poses the same question "What do two plus two equal?" The economist gets up, locks the door, closes the shade, sits down next to the interviewer and says "What do you want it to equal?"
ed goldstein June 20, 2014 at 11:55 am
no thanks to mitt for sure
Tyler Jozefowicz June 24, 2014 at 09:19 pm
And all the Duval critics have their mouths shut. All of a sudden, MA unemployment is not important,Read More when it goes down below 6% except when it goes up and they claim Duval did it. I could name names , but if you follow the Patch you can pretty much pick out the phonies.
Angelo June 20, 2014 at 10:18 am
Deval Patrick veto something that benefits his main constituents? Not in a million years...
Bill. S June 20, 2014 at 11:48 am
"Main constituents" I need to remember that one.
Frank Mulligan June 30, 2014 at 06:58 pm
Bil LIFE will change. You'll just halfta pay or RUN the STORE for yourself. YOU"RE the 1 who'sRead More going to HURT. NOTHING is CHEAP.
Gun ownership rights activists rally at the Statehouse on June 18, 2014. Courtesy
Carrie June 19, 2014 at 05:11 pm
Good for these people. With all the terrorism in the world today Americans may one day find we allRead More need a gun for protection. It's a shame that this state makes it so hard for everyone to get one.
Joe Piantedosi June 19, 2014 at 05:46 pm
This proposed bill has some serious problems with it. First of all shame on DeLeo for the processRead More that was used. Deleo should have appointed a member of Gun Owners Action League (who represents the 200,000 + lawful gun owners in Mass) to serve on this committee. The state has done it for all of the other controversial bills such as the Construction Reform Act which included strong representation from the construction unions, architects and municipalities. The absence of that representation resulted in a poorer understanding of the problems with the existing law that could have been addressed and a clearer understanding of the impact some of these sections have on lawful gun owners. One of the many major problem areas in the proposed bill will allow police chiefs the right to arbitrarily deny permits to anyone without any probable cause or justification. There is already abuses in this area in some communities where police chiefs are denying lawful citizens for no lawful reason. Imagine the outrage if a similar condition was applied for your drivers license. This bill needs to be defeated in its present form.
Tyler Jozefowicz June 24, 2014 at 09:47 pm
dont link my posts: i read it and like it. Elements of the bill: 1) Requiring background checks forRead More all gun purchases at every point of sale. 2) Bringing Massachusetts into compliance with the National Instant Check System (NICS) regarding mental health records. 3) Expanding police discretion to include suitability on issuance of firearms identification cards, so the known nut jobs aren’t packing. 4) Requiring law enforcement to collect data on guns. 5)Prevent so-called straw purchases and gun trafficking. The added requirements for reporting of stolen or missing guns and fines for failure to do so, as well as requiring a list of guns for license renewal.You can keep your gun but we’re watching you. Needs to be added by amendment- limits on the number of handguns any person can purchase in a month’s time- terrorists and gang bangers. As far as heller goes for the constitutional scholars out there, the right to bear arms according to Scalia extends only to carrying in a home , no where else. Scalia might be dumb, but he's not stupid. The stupidity come in when commentors here lie by saying that the court ruled there is freedom to own guns. Not so, but the lies continue , for without the lies the tent collapses.
The Massachusetts House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill at the State House Wednesday that will raise the state's minimum wage from $8 to $11 in 2017 (Credit: Flickr/Tim Sackton)
David Lucas June 19, 2014 at 08:25 am
Coincidentally, today's Boston Globe has a story about how violent crime among teenagers in BostonRead More is expected to rise strikingly this year. The chief concern, among clergy, community leaders and lawmakers, is that without school during the summer and without part-time jobs, kids have no incentive to go to bed at a reasonable hour and wake up at a reasonable hour, thus staying out all night and getting into trouble. Mayor Marty Walsh has asked businesses to please consider hiring teenagers during the summer to prevent this. This bill will ensure that businesses choose otherwise; and it's not because they don't care. Another Massachusetts big labor success story!
Myron Dittmer June 19, 2014 at 08:33 am
Here is suggestion that could make progress in getting this done, Mr. Lucas,..ask Gov. Patrick toRead More switch that 90 million dollars he wants to spend on his suite of offices to providing these jobs for students this summer. Just imagine how many jobs this could produce for students during the summer? But this won't get done because...quite simply...just not a priority with this administration.
Kirby June 19, 2014 at 10:36 pm
Why only $11? Why not $15? $22? $30? Why $11?
Tara Dactyl June 17, 2014 at 08:49 pm
How could any intelligent person feel safe in a one-party state? Your pockets are being pickedRead More continuously, and 'legally'.
Ken B. June 18, 2014 at 06:14 pm
Hey Death Panel Boy (TJ), Care to name the Republicans in MA who are schmoozing the Obama andRead More Patrick misadministrations to get permitted for the wind turbines here ?
Steve Immig June 22, 2014 at 07:56 am
CORI checks odon;t work in Mass. Call CORI and ask for the legal department. They will tell you thatRead More undocumented people have a completely clean record after they cross the Mexico border. State and local police will tell you the same. Look at this video and call CORI - Massachusetts - ask for legal -CORI Unit at (617) 660-4640. Check out my video. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOl2ZKMz01JBU0keoGTLqkg
Howard A Hight June 11, 2014 at 09:53 pm
hopefully we all stand up and say no. Your comments are just the half of it. Only developers andRead More their political hacks benefit. We have such a great area I beg all of our fellow citizens to stop what will be the demise of this area as we know it. The BS we will hear will be deafening......... I can hear it now... jobs, money and opportunities. That is true, BUT nor for us.
East/West June 11, 2014 at 09:58 pm
Having the Olympics in Boston is a terrible idea. Almost every host city has had huge debt andRead More unused facilities after doing the Olympics. Massachusetts taxpayers don't need another big fat debt to pay.
Ken B. June 14, 2014 at 02:42 pm
First thing they need is the Olympic stadium. Fenway & Gillette aren't large enough. There's $2Read More billion for the facility and infrastructure right there. We get to pay for it to be used for 3 weeks, then what, give it to John Henry or Bob Kraft ? Keep your eyes on Mr. Henry on this one.
Beachgoers respite at Herring Cove in Provincetown (Source: Flickr/Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism/William DeSousa-Mauk)
Brookline's Finest June 12, 2014 at 09:12 am
I support people's right to smoke, but here's the thing: I also support people's right to stuffRead More their pockets with rotten tuna and feces. This said, if five inconsiderate jerks sit down next to me at the beach with their pockets full of tuna and feces, and ruin my family's lunch with the smell, I will, even if it is theoretically their right to be there, ask them to move. It's time to agree, as a community, that smoke is an imposition for most people, and therefore has no place in public venues.
Fred Hammer June 12, 2014 at 12:53 pm
what a joke they can drive the fancy suv to the beach ruin our enviromenet but no one cares aboutRead More them let them smoke
Tyler Jozefowicz June 18, 2014 at 12:27 pm
If I had my way, cancer sticks would be completely banned for health reasons , nothing to do withRead More "freedom". If that were the case , everyone could shoot heroin. Someone mentions tax revenue above? The Medicare/Medicaid health costs that you pay are far greater than cigarette tax revenue. You can't even get a listing of the cigarette ingredients on the package. Tobacco companies knew they caused cancer, heart attacks, emphizema, turn the lungs black , not pink, for 40 years and lied to everyone. Banned from office buildings, beaches, restaurants, schools, municipal bldgs, hospitals, airplanes, sporting events, churches. Get it now?
smith wesson June 10, 2014 at 09:47 pm
"Eighty-three people died in boating accidents in Massachusetts in 2013." That is notRead More even close to correct! This is the worst written article I have read here yet. Congratulations! In the paragraph below that BS 'fact', you write: 'Fatal accidents decreased to 12 in 2013, which is down from 16 in 2012.' Which is it?
Gov. Deval Patrick. Photo credit: Patch file photo.
Spanky Simian June 9, 2014 at 07:56 pm
Who remembers when Patrick said that if the voters of mass do not vote to raise the income tax thenRead More he would have to raise the Gas Tax. What happened? The voters voted to raise the Income Tax and 3 months later the affirmative action governor raised the Gas Tax anyway. THREE TRIES IT TOOK HIM TO PASS THE MASS STATE BAR! MY CAT COULD PASS IN THREE TRIES.
Spanky Simian June 9, 2014 at 07:57 pm
If Michael Jackson and Gary Coleman had a kid it would be Deval Patrick.
Eman June 9, 2014 at 08:00 pm
Ha! Like that last one (dobad) ... Funny dude!
Legislators share the RN study. Credit: MA Nurses Association
Ellen E Hill June 7, 2014 at 08:14 am
I had 55 years experience as an RN. I loved my work but was very happy to retire. I could no longerRead More give quality care when we switched from Non-Profit to Profit paradigm in the institutions. When Profit rather than Service is the bottom line, we all suffer.
Daniel P. Norcross June 7, 2014 at 02:40 pm
We of the 12% don't agree. Fixed numbers will only result in the reduction of support staff. I'veRead More mopped up ENOUGH blood thank you. This is what you get when you cut 500Billion from Medicare and expect the system to recoup it while cutting reimbursements. Businesses WILL make a profit or they will take their ball and go home. This is a bad idea. More government intervention is NOT the solution.
Ed Dalton June 16, 2014 at 08:30 am
Pretty simple to me. Democrats want a more nationalized form of medicine and say it is to cover theRead More un-insured. Yeah Right..Meanwhile very few people know that the democrats cut a deal with the drug companies so that fees for drugs are excluded from obamacare. Look it up and go to you tube to see the hearings that were held before Obamacare was passed. The Republicans are full of it also as they say they are for single payer or an insurance program that consists of private and medicare coverage. They talk great soundbites but the reality is they represent large private companies also that WANT to off load employer paid insurance onto the government. Why not they got rid of pensions already next is healthcare. So you see no win for middle class. With the two party system all we get is the ball advanced 5 yards then 8 years later the gain is neutralized or watered down by the opposite party. Bleccccch!
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May Hitaj May 30, 2014 at 11:30 pm
I believe these men should not be paroled! I also strongly believe no-one of these convictedRead More murderers should receive parole they should all rot in jail where they belong! I'm the niece of Bonnie sue Mitchell who was murdered by George Christopher McNEill in 1981 I will do everything I can to make sure that happens I will fight every step of the way! I seen him the day he murdered her he had no remorse! Life in prison I'd what they deserve it's what they got and it should stay as is! George Christopher McNEill strangled my aunt with clothes line rope until he held her lifeless body in hid hands that takes a "special" kind of person to do that he knew what he Was doing what rage that took... rot in hell!
steve forte May 31, 2014 at 07:31 am
Thanks to Miller vs Alabama they cannot be held for life.
Wendy June 1, 2014 at 07:20 pm
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Steven Sadowski June 2, 2014 at 04:25 pm
Wing: What do you think of the NRA's latest stance regarding concealed and carry? They're taking aRead More lot of heat for it. Care to revisit your comments?
Wayne Bruce June 3, 2014 at 08:34 am
Steven, this is one of the few recent times the NRA leadership has actually listened to itsRead More membership. In three large polls stretching back two years (Pew Research Foundation, Repub. pollster Frank Luntz, and Johns Hopkins), more than 75 percent of NRA members (!) have supported provisions such as expanded background checks, despite the loud opposition by NRA leadership. The yahoos open carrying at Chipotle and at kids' tee ball games are the worst kind of PR for the NRA and a goldmine for gun control groups...and the NRA knows it.
Steven Sadowski June 3, 2014 at 11:36 am
Wayne: The problem with polls is that they measure the "what," but not theRead More "how." For example, if you took a Socialist, a Democrat, a Republican and a Libertarian and asked them, "Do you think we need to do something about ending homelessness?" You'll get 4 "yes," answers. But then when you ask, "How would you end homelessness?," that's when you'll have divergence. I have no problem with tough background checks, or enhanced licensing requirements. I just turned in my application to renew my class A and you'll be happy to know I'm not a felon and I'm even a step 9 driver! And if I had to re-qualify, or even if I had to take my 3 hour course again, I'd be OK with that. They make you do the eye chart when you get your driver's license, so...But it's when we get into "how" are we going to keep the insane from getting guns, or "how" do we share info. and tighten the requirements, that's when you're going to get arguments and all of a sudden that 75% gets split. Lastly, those idiots at Chili's were neither insane nor criminals, they were just young and stupid. You can legislate against stupid. If we could Obama and Warren wouldn't have been elected : )
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Iron Mike June 7, 2014 at 08:40 am
And many of us “wingnuts' wonder why a guy with your socialist dreams hasn't already gone toRead More Cuba, Venezuela, or North Korea, - where they have the kind of gun-free big government you yearn for...
Gun Rights June 7, 2014 at 02:07 pm
Couldnt have said it better than Mike. And yes our officials were elected by the largest minorityRead More unfortunately we have a flawed system and an electorate thats more concerned with American Idol than American politics.
Iron Mike June 7, 2014 at 04:18 pm
Tyler is a very “Special Case” Gun Rights.... He ALYAYS takes the most Socialist stanceRead More – but he NEVER explains how a Socialist America could pay for all the Govt services he wants for FREE. He's made it clear over the years that FREE STUFF is far more important to him than FREEDOM, - and he places his FULL TRUST in GOVERNMENT, - even rogues like Deval Patrick and Obama. BUT – he won't tell us what he does for a LIVING, - and I suspect he sits at home collecting a disability check. He never talks about his time working a real job, - I can only conclude he's never broken a sweat, - and yet never missed a meal.
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Tyler Jozefowicz June 9, 2014 at 09:50 am
bottom line , Steven, I don't need any coffee and I'm sure you have something better to do thanRead More nitpick and throw in sarcastic remarks.
Tyler Jozefowicz June 11, 2014 at 09:54 am
Silence Bodad: since u asked and for no other reason. DHS prosecuted the deportation case, WhiteRead More House had no involvement, Obama stated numerous times let the legal system play out and she did not contact Obama, a right wing lie. The other Obama hater accusation was that Obama was paying her legal fees , another lie. Zeituni wasn't even Obama's direct aunt. She was Obama's father's father's third wife's daughter, but that never stopped the right wing echo chamber. Don't u have anything better to do than talk about a dead aunt, not even his aunt, when the topic here is gun control legislation?
Steven Sadowski June 11, 2014 at 10:16 pm
And somewhere in the country.... A cop is pulled over after a night of drinking and let go by aRead More fellow cop. I'm sure there is some bureaucratic speak that allows this to be documented without libel but both of us know that this is privilege and euphemisms for corruption.
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