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I wonder if the person who said he watched Fox News to keep from watching people making excuses for the president's blunders, watched MSNBC during the years 2000-2008 to keep from watching people make excuses for the president's blunders.
Look what happened in Australia when they bought back semi-automatics: a 50 to 80 percent drop in gun deaths. Turns out that the best way to stop a bad guy with a gun is to get rid of the guns.
Leave it to the stuffed shirts in West Virginia to wreck a $126 million gift meant to help everyone but benefits no one but the cretins who wrecked the deal. I give a big dial-up thank you. Now do us all a favor and leave town before you destroy anything else.
I see where a law-abiding, responsible gun owner murdered a woman in Bluefield after an argument. I wish the Legislature would hurry up and loosen the gun control laws so this type of incident doesn't happen again. More guns in the hands of citizens only means more fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters will be murdered this year.
College and prep basketball have become one very hard game to watch. The games resemble a wrestling match or something akin to rugby. If they don't change the rules soon to stop the continuous muggings they are going to lose a lot of viewers. The beauty of the game has been destroyed.
If each generation rewrites a part of the Constitution, isn't it possible the day could come when there wouldn't be anybody left to remember peace and prosperity in our country?
An article in the Sunday Gazette-Mail lamented the fact that three years after the UBB tragedy, mining safety is still ignored and new tech features to keep miners safe have not been put in place. I'm surprised that anyone would be gullible enough to believe that the mining industry and their puppets, the West Virginia state government, would ever put miners' safety above profits.
First we're told we need cassette players, then compact disk players. Now chain stores are pushing Blu-Ray. I'm holding off until they start pushing 3D for TV.
Concerning this seat-belt ruckus: Somebody please tell me, if I don't wear mine, how can it possibly affect anybody else on the road? If you want to use yours, fine. If I don't, what do you care?