Comments by FrankLowe
Posted on March 16 at 10:09 a.m. (Suggest removal)
ToniJean, How many successful businesses have you started? How many successful businesses have you run? How many paychecks have you cut?
Posted on March 16 at 10:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)
ChuckD, You said "just who I don't want owning guns" Exactly how is it any of your business who owns what? Perhaps you should try minding your own business, instead of joining with the dictators who seek total control over the little people.
Ronzo, One big problem with your last two sentences. What happens when all the gunonwers leave? Gun owners work,(Usually at real jobs in the private sector) , and aren't a drain on the system, as opposed to anti gunners who are all dependent on government, either receiving a paycheck from some beauracracy for "supposed" work, or being outright on the dole ie, SSI, unemployemnt comp, or some other government handout to those who choose not to work.
Posted on March 14 at 3:16 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I agree Fritz, well said
Posted on March 13 at 12:35 p.m. (Suggest removal)
God help us indeed Albright. Sad state of affairs that these dictators and control freaks are actually elected. Especially that criminal elitist snob Bloomberg who surrounds himself with armed guards, while preaching to the little people that they have no right to defend themselves against rape, robbery, and murder.
Posted on March 3 at 1:25 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Corporate blackmail is infintesimal compared to the blackmail of the taxpayes by the teachers unions. Government has no business sticking their noses further into education. There's already an unlimited source of funding for early education, it's called parents, and parents are the only ones who should be making decisions, and paying for their own child's education.
Posted on March 3 at 10 a.m. (Suggest removal)
I know it's wishful thinking, but I'd like to see raw numbers as to what each job supposedly "created" really costs the taxpayers. We'll never see real numbers because, just like in Obama's stimulus fiasco, the cost per "job" is staggering.
Ahmjrcpa1, I agree with your post, however I'm sure some locals benefited somewhat from this, but not nearly enough to offset the costs incurred by the taxpayer.
Posted on February 26 at 6:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)
In other words the weasal Scheiderman threatened Price Chopper with exhaustive and exorbitant litigation unless they made an extortion payment. Government, and the thugs that do it's bidding are repulsive. Price Chopper is a locally based company not only employing thousands in our in our area, but owned by the Golub family, who've done more for their community than miscreants like Scheiderman could ever even think about doing. The only thing Scheiderman knows is how to use the threat of force and violence against productive members of society.
Posted on February 26 at 2:26 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Stockadian, Exactly why is that we have senators, and CONGRESSmen?
Your arguments are hollow, and without substance, so you name call, you criticize grammar, you attempt(unsuccessfully) to talk down to those whose opinions you disagree with, and worst of all you ignore questions based on legitimate facts. There are many here, and elsewhere who I disagree with, but we engage in respectful intelligent dialoque, you should try it.
Posted on February 24 at 6:52 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Stockadian, I was going to build a fully functional Death Star at a cost of 30 fwillion dollars, but I decided against it, it felt great to cut 30 fwillion dollars in spending from my household budget. Applying Obamanomics to any rational economic equation doesn't add up.
Can you explain how Obama's "cuts" caused the national debt to increase by 6 trillion dollars during his first 4 years?
Posted on February 24 at 8:15 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Mike Long is and always has been a partisan hack, but his quote is right this time, “They should be protected, as we all are. We are for equal rights for all human beings. There is no need to create special classifications for individuals.” Creating special protections for groups is just another gift to the TLA, a rich,powerful lobbying force