Which is worse? One Republican congressman saying some rapes are legitimate, another saying rapes are ordained by God, or Mitt supporting those idiots?
Republican ads attacking President Obama, while he's working to help thousands of Americans devastated by Hurricane Sandy, are despicable politics at its worst.
If young voters spent as much time researching issues as they spend trying to find funny things to say about Clint Eastwood's age and mentality, they might be surprised to find out he's right.
President Obama has repeatedly lied to the American people about the four murders in Libya and the liberal media continue to protect him by covering it up until after the election. Whatever happened to the transparency he promised us? Another broken promise of Obama's.
If you don't want four more years of Obama, get out and vote. Quit talking about it. Let's get out and vote and get this man out of office right away.
As a white, Southern Democrat in 2008, I thought that Obama could walk on water. In 2012, I sort of believe that he still can do like one of those little salamanders and skip across it real fast and still get across on top of the water. A little bit of the shine has worn off, but I'll still be voting for him.
For the amount of money the state Chamber of Commerce has spent on slick cardboard ads complaining about old McGraw behavior, the Chamber could have installed solar fans on every Chamber office around the state.
In response to Friday's editorial on rape that ends with "hopefully the election will be over soon so that the war on women will fade from the headlines," instead of fading from the headlines, when are West Virginia women going to stand up for their rights and realize that the war on women is still an ongoing battle?
Those who say the Affordable Health Care Act had no effect on Medicare should Google the search term "number of doctors refusing Medicare patients." You will get many hits. This is because of decreased reimbursement.