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Comment on: Who cares whether Obama is a Christian?
Posted 02/25/2015 07:09:06 EST
This column is a joke and apparently Jacoby has been living under a rock for the last 8 years. The reason the question was asked and the reason that it is relevant is because the President, unlike ANY more »
Comment on: Seth Moulton gets no help from John Tierney
Posted 12/03/2014 10:54:11 EST
Here's a novel idea: if Tierny doesn't want people to talk about him negatively to the press, maybe he should behave professionally. Let's not forget that he's still on the taxpayer payroll until next more »
Comment on: Rape allegations hurt Bill Cosby but sail past Bill Clinton
Posted 11/21/2014 11:46:47 EST
Does everyone forget the fact that President Clinton was impeached? I know our modern republicans toss around that word around as if it carries no meaning but in the history of our republic, two men h more »
Posted 11/21/2014 11:19:00 EST
I hope that I won't need to be involved in my adult daughter's decisions. I didn't endorse his behavior but she was not a victim of anything but her own choices. BOTH of them made poor choices... thos more »
Posted 11/21/2014 09:59:15 EST
Cheating on your wife and raping someone are NOT comparable... and really, don't make me break out the list of right-wing philanderers because it's just as long. Whether one is faithful or not to thei more »
Posted 11/21/2014 09:57:10 EST
I am so sick of intelligent people saying that President Clinton "victimized" Monica Lewinsky. She was an adult and she was fully aware of what she was doing. Saying the actions were immoral and and s more »
Comment on: Stacy DeMaria, wife of Everett mayor Carlo DeMaria, decries sexual assault allegations - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 08/26/2014 12:05:40 EDT
How about the one councilperson threatening the wrath of God...?? Such a dismissive and openly biased attitude is frightening coming from a person in power. Sexual assault allegations should always be more »
Comment on: Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods use liens to collect unpaid gambling credit - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 02/09/2014 11:06:49 EST
"Uncommon practice"...? Apparently they've never heard of student loan default.
Comment on: Will Jerry Remy be back? No easy answers here - Sports - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/03/2014 12:46:20 EST
You make such a great point because ANY time someone is arrested for a violent crime, the first thing everyone asks is "Did one of their parents travel a lot for work?" It's the obvious conclusion to more »
Posted 01/03/2014 12:43:40 EST
So when someone's children make poor choices as an adult it's obviously because the parents were just evil, terrible people? That's the only conclusion you can come to? Talk about narrow minded...
Posted 01/03/2014 12:39:49 EST
NESN doesn't pay Jerry Remy to be a father of the year. You know absolutely nothing about this man's life or how he raised his children. Your judgments are based on a tiny fraction of information that more »
Posted 01/03/2014 09:43:40 EST
Because all children of baseball players grow up to murder people?
Posted 01/03/2014 09:43:08 EST
Red Sox games are not the same without the Remdawg. I'd be sad to see something so awful ruin what has been a remarkable, iconic career. And for all of you who are placing even the tiniest blame on J more »
Comment on: Time to cast his votes for baseball's Hall of Fame - Sports - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/02/2014 03:18:49 EST
Come on, Dan. This is an absolutely terrible column. "They just don't look right"? Really? I feel like this could have been written by an eighth grader too lazy to properly finish a homework assignmen more »
Comment on: Uncle Onyango could tell President Obama why Americans donât believe him - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/12/2013 01:35:34 EST
Wow, Joan. Can you try to be a bit more hyperbolic?
Comment on: Unforced errors from Martha Coakleyâs campaign - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/17/2013 03:56:37 EST
I have to say, this column is pretty soft on Martha. Rarely do I agree with the right-wing commenters but a few of them on here have correctly noted that if a Republican law maker had done the same, t more »
Posted 11/17/2013 03:49:16 EST
Brilliantly written. I couldn't agree more.
Comment on: President Obama has to do better as a manager - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/01/2013 11:02:27 EDT
Absolutely astounding to me that people are so shocked and horrified by a technological glitch. I can count more than a handful of issues when iOS7 was released a few months back but I don't recall an more »
Comment on: Walsh continues to win the endorsement battle, which is not to say heâs winning the voters - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/21/2013 09:35:26 EDT
Anyone involved in politics knows that an endorsement goes far beyond public/voter perception. Typically if Candidate A loses a primary and then endorses Candidate B, Candidate B then would typically more »
Comment on: John Boehner insists on concessions to end budget stalemate - Boston.com
Posted 10/06/2013 04:33:03 EDT
If you believe that what the Speaker and his caucus are doing is somehow legitimate, then you simply do not believe in the democratic process. There isn't two sides to this discussion. One party - tha more »
Comment on: Starbucks CEOâs no-guns request leads to civility, not backlash - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/06/2013 04:22:24 EDT
I was really enjoying this piece until he started to compare the Starbucks situation to someone refusing to do business with a couple because of their sexual orientation. How is politely asking someon more »
Comment on: For Scott Brown, all thatâs left are the memories - Boston.com
Posted 10/06/2013 04:14:39 EDT
If the shoe fits...
Posted 10/06/2013 12:25:54 EDT
He's just as bad as Sarah Palin. It's quite clear he has - nor has he ever - any real interst in governance and would prefer to just sit back and soak up any attention that can come his way. It's kind more »
Comment on: A second act for Charlie Coakley - Boston.com
Posted 09/19/2013 11:40:43 EDT
1. Gov Romney worked TIRELESSLY to ruin Senator Bulger. He failed. We also know the feds investigated him ad nasuem. They both found no wrong doing. Stop listening to Howie Carr. 2. The issue of bot more »
Comment on: Martha Coakleyâs campaign roll-out lacks ideas - Boston.com
Posted 09/18/2013 09:43:28 EDT
âI am a big believer that there is room in this state for businesses large and small.â ... ummm what?
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