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Posted on October 29 at 10:45 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Joanne Clough - where do you get this information? Without any citation, it's purely speculative and anecdotal to say that many or most women are coerced into terminating an unwanted pregnancy. Sorry, you can't state opinion as fact without any peer reviewed studies to back it up. Nice try, thanks for playing.

From: Women often coerced into having abortions

Posted on September 11 at 2:48 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Jill Polk 1329

*Kevin Burke 1890

Out of a total of 3219 votes, Burke garnered 561 more than Polk and the Gazette considers that "handily" defeating Polk? Please...

From: Burke has strong showing at Schenectady County polls

Posted on April 11 at 8:46 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Way to spoil a major plot point with the picture of the fake newspaper.

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Posted on May 7 at 7:50 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Oh Bill, Well I tried. You are who you are. No more engagement from me, you're hopeless I am afraid.

I weep for those close to you.

From: Standing your ground, or not, in N.Y.

Posted on May 4 at 12:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Oh and also if you could state opinions that have a scintilla of a basis in fact that would help too, but I think I may be asking for the moon on that one.


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Posted on May 4 at 11:57 a.m. (Suggest removal)

But Bill, you have to admit that don't merely state opinions, you call names and cast aspersions. If you would stick to stating opinions without all the hyperbole and bloviating I would have to say you may well be a heck of a nice guy. Until you can do that Bill, I will call you out on your hypocrisy and nastiness every chance I get.

That's me helping you. Because you really, really, need help.

From: Standing your ground, or not, in N.Y.

Posted on May 4 at 8:16 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Oh Bill, I have never uttered nor have I typed anything to that effect. Here are some things about me that are actually TRUE.

I am not involved in Occupy anything but my couch.

I am not, as you seem to think, operating with some sort of sense of entitlement.

I am an equal opportunity critic. It is not your party affiliation, nor your skin color, nor your sexual orientation, nor your religion that I base my criticism on. It is your behavior as evidenced by the things you post.

I am not a cookie cutter liberal.

I am not a communist, a socialist, or a libertarain.

I am a humanist.

And despite your meannness Bill, and despite the fact that you represent what I believe to be the worst of humanity, I love you. I really and truly love you with all of my heart and I hope for your sake that there is a reward waiting for you in that imaginary place in the sky, because your'e not doing much to earn one in this earthly plane.

Selling cars? How noble. Shooting people? Heroic. Calling people names? Mature. Making assumptions about people? Sophisitcated. Hating your President because he's a black elitist constitutional scholar who could wipe the floor with you in a debate about what kind of toilet paper to buy? Well, that one's just simply pathetic, no way around it.

From: Standing your ground, or not, in N.Y.

Posted on May 3 at 8:04 a.m. (Suggest removal)

@ Bill, my problem? I have no problem. Perhaps it is you, with all of you blatant hypocrisy and projection that is the one with the problem.

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Posted on May 2 at 7:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

If I believed in X I would spell it your way, Bill...

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Posted on May 1 at 8:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Your Xtian reverence for life is so admirable.

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