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  1. Laura Berish

    Re: Margaret HOOVER comments that this is not the time to discuss the so called Second Amendment rights debate. When is it ever more necessary? If you didn't know that a Sikh was the first person killed after 9/11 in a mistaken and misbegotten belief he was a Muslim (as if that was a good reason) then you are the ignorant one. Do not dwell on the Sikhs beliefs of forgiveness and peace and then tell us you don't want to discuss gun culture in America. The second amendment was predicated on the understanding that a well regulated militiia is necessary for the defense of a nation and not that a fully armed citizenry is necessary. The true meaning of the Second Amendment has been defiled by the NRA and all its advocates.

    August 6, 2012 at 8:39 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. njmeycpa23

    We just had two more Financial scandals with the Financial Services industry. PCG and the Libor scandal. Add to that the gambling of JPM and their $9 billion loss. Financial Services now makes up 60% of our GDP. And these idiots in Washington are focused on Healthcare. The economy is faltering because of lack of Demand. The people are the job creators. No company is going to produce anything without demand, I don't care how many tax breaks congress gives to businesses. And for any congressman to say that the entire business community revolves around government is an idiot, moron and A%$hole.

    July 11, 2012 at 7:55 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. njmeycpa23

    See here is a guy that talks about two businesses that now do not provide healthcare to their employees. Which means that the government and those who do pay for healthcare is paying for the healthcare of those employees. That is a government subsidy to those businesses and a government handout. Its a ridiculous argument.

    July 11, 2012 at 7:49 am | Report abuse | Reply

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