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commented on Chan Lowe
over 3 years ago
For two thousand years marriage has been between a man and a woman, but I guess we’ve become so “enlightened” that we can now say we’re smarter then the last two millennium worth of humanity. Gays should have been given the right to enter into a social union with all the same legal rights of a heterosexual married couple, and marriage should remain the exclusive status of one man and one woman. Just my humble position for what it’s worth.
commented on Chris Britt
about 4 years ago
I miss the point, is this implying that being successful and wealthy is a bad thing? I thought the American dream is that if we work hard, anyone has the ability to succeed. I just don’t understand why some people feel the need to vilify wealth? It looks like they’d rather we were a country of 300 million people pulling down minimum wage – I think they call that socialism.
commented on Lalo Alcaraz
about 5 years ago
He’s got it backwards, the 1% are paying about 35% of the tax burden in this country, so I think it should be the 99% sitting on top of the 1%.
commented on Jeff Stahler
about 5 years ago
In 2002 when this occured, the responsibility to report these things was less clear. He reported it to his superiors, which was probably all that was required 10 years ago. Since then all the issues with the Catholic church hit the front page and people are far more sensitive about reporting suspected child abuse to everyone and anyone. To fire the guy because an action he took, or didn’t take, 10 years ago isn’t consistent with the action one would take today is grossly unfair. Remember, 40 years ago homosexuality was defined by the American Medical Assoc. as a mental illness. Times change, and someone shouldn’t be judged by today’s standards for an event that occured a decade ago.
commented on Steve Breen
about 6 years ago
This has nothing to do with Iraq, or Afghanistan or Bush or Cheney. It has to do showing respect for this nation and the brave servicemen and woman who have put the interests of our country ahead of their own.
Let’s face it, there are bad people in this world that would like nothing more than to kill Americans and destroy our way of life. I sleep a little easier knowing there are brave young people out there standing guard over the rest of us so we can enjoy our lives in relative peace and comfort.
Pledging your allegiance to our flag and what it stands for seems like a pretty small gesture when you consider the sacrifices of our service men and woman, whether or not you believe in the cause for which they fight and die.
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