Today I heard that Rick (crazy) Santorum will be writing a column for your website, so I just had to check it out.
I’ve never seen such a bottomless slime pit in my entire life, and I’m 73 years old.
It is amazing to me that you are able to further dumb down vulnerable Americans in to spending any time reading this slime.
Get over it: A BLACK MAN has been elected president of the United States – TWICE!
There’s nothing you can do about it. Well, except further enrage those ignorant people who have forgotten what made America great … ... continue reading »
To Nigel Bailey ["Bring Brits' health system across the pond"]:
If you are so enamored of the British system, you may at any time go back across the pond and stay there, but don’t try to import more of your socialism here! Oh, and by the way – the British medical system is NOT FREE! Whoever is working and earning a living or has investments is paying, and they are paying big-time for your “free” medical care. Also, when I was in Britain several years ago, a pregnant friend of mine started having terrible pains in her abdomen and rang for medical he ... continue reading »
It is true that if it weren’t for Bob Costas (and other high-quality football sportscasters) the Kansas City Chiefs’ Jovan Belcher would not have killed himself and his girlfriend.
Why did Jovan kill himself?
A: He was having trouble.
A: Head injuries.
Why does football cause head injuries?
A. Players hit each other hard.
A. Because they need to to make the team.
Why do they want to make the team?
A. Because it pays a lot of money.
Why?... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] Love your work and love you for trying. I will offer one suggestion for your consideration: Get back to the basics. Focus on eliminating baseline budgeting, a key reason for our bloated federal budget. It is something Americans can understand.
If the GOP attacked baseline budgeting and made Democrats defend it, perhaps we could win an important battle and make significant progress toward winning the war on profligate federal spending. Then a cut would be a cut, and a $100 billion/year cut would not be trumpeted as a $1 trillion cut. We can’t win the war until we eliminate baseline budgeting and congressional ... continue reading »
Dear Ray Comfort,
I just watched your trailer for the Beatles video and was stunned at the callousness of the people interviewed. I remember the Beatles very well, having grown up in the late ’50s as the music industry was changing. I met all four Beatles by chance at an airport with my parents when I was very young. They had just finished a concert and were on their way somewhere. The encounter lasted for just a few minutes but I remember it like it was yesterday.
I was saddened when John was murdered in 1980 but not surprised. I remember reading his last intervie ... continue reading »
It should be obvious to everyone that America needs a decent health-care scheme. But this repeated knocking of the British health-care system is just not true.
As an example, my father-in-law was taken violently ill at 8 p.m. on a Sunday evening. The doctor was sent for; he arrived in 10 minutes. Ten minutes later an ambulance arrives, and he is taken into the local hospital. Two hours later he is operated on for gallstones. Is that fast enough? Oh, by the way, all free.
Another example of the awful system we have here: I know of a medication here that costs $2,700 for 30 tablets – in the U.K. it is free, but the health sch ... continue reading »