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  1. Hamstersbane commented on Gary Varvel 8 months ago

    How is it ANYONE’S business how much money someone has or makes?

  2. Hamstersbane commented on Steve Kelley 9 months ago

    The thing is, this really isn’t a free speech issue. The First Amendment says “Congress shall make no law…” When we talk about “free speech,” that’s a government intrusion. This is a business and economic decision. An employer has every right to use suspension and/or termination to address an employee’s comments that it feels reflects badly on the company.

    That being said, I actually happen to agree with Phil’s comments. I could have done without some of the rather graphic and vulgar additions, but what he said is largely true. It is sad that someone espousing their personal beliefs has come to this in our society. It used to be that we’d let anyone say just about anything, argue with them and go on.

  3. Hamstersbane commented on Chris Britt 10 months ago

    Unfortunately, Kennedy’s idea there is antithesis to today’s Democratic Party. It’s all about what your country can do for you…as long as someone else pays for it.

  4. Hamstersbane commented on Marshall Ramsey 11 months ago

    So…cutting about 6 percent of a program will keep everyone everywhere from eating. Got it.

  5. Hamstersbane commented on Chris Britt 11 months ago

    Seriously? Food stamp cost is $85 billion, and cutting $5 billion (about 6 percent) is mowing children over? There is no such thing as a sacred program. There can’t be if we’re ever to get our spending under control.

  6. Hamstersbane commented on Michael Ramirez 12 months ago

    I don’t think it’s saying Cruz is going backwards…just that he’s trying to lead the charge in a direction no one will support him in.

  7. Hamstersbane commented on Gary Varvel 12 months ago

    I’m sorry, but those health care rankings are so full of meat byproducts as to be pure bologna. They’re mostly based on the percentage of the economy the government pumps into the system. They rank Cuba and many third-world countries higher than the US simply because of that. It has little if nothing to do with actual QUALITY of care.

  8. Hamstersbane commented on Chip Bok 12 months ago

    So companies should just create jobs that aren’t needed just so people can have them? That’s a good way to stay in business.

  9. Hamstersbane commented on Bob Gorrell about 1 year ago

    Are you my mommy?

  10. Hamstersbane commented on Steve Breen over 1 year ago

    Flat tax