Comments by daily
Posted on February 27 at 3:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
@bath -- Sounds to me like the other 88 percent should have shown up to vote. Everyone has a grievance, until their house is on fire.....
Posted on February 20 at 9:29 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The guy is dead, he served his time, he lost his life his job and everything he worked for. He paid his debt to society, and my guess would be PBD you don't even pay taxes. Furthermore the guy worked 16 years for his paycheck, and once he lost his job he wasn't living off the public dole. Its just typical a man dies, and the paper and all the cop haters that read your terrible paper use it as an opportunity to trample on a mans grave. ITS PATHETIC!!!! Let the man rest in peace.
Posted on February 13 at 2 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Oh great so now officers have to wear a video camera, what that means is the department does not trust it's officers and can't afford a law suit just something easier to jam up the officers. What happens if an officer is in a rush and had to go to the bathroom and forgets to turn the camera off. It's going to happen. This is a joke. I feel bad for those officers.
Posted on February 12 at 9:14 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Really the man is 61 years old, I'm sure he just forgot to pay, business must be really slow to wasted the police's time .
Posted on February 12 at 2:04 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Congrats Erin !! We are from CNY and it sure makes you proud to hear a hometown person be successful !!
Posted on February 1 at 7:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Your lack of concern does not come as a surprise, nor does your ignorance towards others who engage in debating of your opinion. Respect is earned from showing others respect, not commanded based on your status in a given culture. Its quite clear you are incapable of showing any, or receiving any.
Posted on February 1 at 7:26 a.m. (Suggest removal)
I would suggest that she probably wouldn't receive an endorsement from the GOP anyways. Based on her husbands illicit criminal record, it's probably the best time for her to step aside anyhow. A new face will bring much needed change to that court, no matter who is elected.
Posted on January 31 at 1:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Reader1- Thank you for pointing out my need to work on my reading comprehension skills. I will continue to diligently work on this skill. While on the critiquing topic, you yourself could stand to improve your English grammar, as your above post is in need of proof reading. For someone who posses such a high level of education, and carries themselves as an educated person, your posts sometimes fall short of hitting the mark.
While I understand your above post in regards to the education system, I am going to have to say that we have fundamental differences of what works, and what doesn't.
Posted on January 30 at 12:10 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Reader1-Exactly what conservative policies fall into your category, of creating poverty ?
Posted on January 27 at 10:05 a.m. (Suggest removal)
This article states that the video shows an officer hitting an "unarmed man", with a baton. The liberal overtone that this story has developed into, with all the media outlets is downright disgusting. To write that he was "unarmed" with out viewing the police report is not only poor journalism, it gives the impression the writer has already dismissed the fact that the cops force was justified. A traditional "weapon" may not be in view from the footage provided, but that certainly doesn't mean he wasn't armed with a knife, brass knuckles, a gun, or any other blunt object that could cause harm to a Police Officer. Everyone has personnel weapons on them at all times, hands, feet, head, they can all be used to cause injury to anyone. Unless the Writer has read the full police report he should have refrained from suggesting he was "unarmed". A person can fully fight back even when they are on the ground, whether or not they have a weapon in their hand.
After reviewing the video footage of this incident I would suggest these officers used reasonable and necessary force to subdue and take into custody a criminal who obviously defied lawful police orders. I have no sympathy to anyone who was arrested, nor the bar owners. The Police were severely out numbered, and were dealing with an obviously violent and unpredictable crowd, that sadly has no respect for the law, others, or themselves. The bar owner provided an atmosphere that catered to those who have no respect for anyone, people who do what they want, when they want, and listen to know one. This atmosphere and cultural "norm" is the biggest trending problem in America. It is a disgusting evil that is rearing its head, and its becoming increasingly more difficult for those that have sworn to protect society, to beat back the garbage from where they came from. Painting these criminals as "victims" instead of the police can be directly attributed to the lack of respect these "victims" show towards law enforcement. This incident and the video provided is clear evidence of this claim.
I say Job well done Troy P.D. !