"Getting remarried 4 years after a divorce is NOT being a single mom especially since you must factor in the dating time which makes it maybe two years."
I would call that being a single mom for 4 years. Dating really means nothing. When was the last time you saw the boyfriend of a single mom jump right in on day one and play father? I mean there are a lot of stepfathers that have trouble playing father.
Some of the comments on here are just downright silly.
Character, how does it work?
Clever advertising for sure.
Read the article.
"Patch followed the guidelines of the Commission on Presidential Debates and only invited "the two candidates who are polling at 15 percent or greater."
Given last years green party candidate's publicity on criminal assault you don't have much room to complain.
"oh ron....like when i lamented the death of Margaret thatcher and was vilified by liberals? Or the fact the current administration sent hardly anyone to her funeral."
Cheering a death and simply not giving a rat's ass she died are two different things.
Context, how does it work?
since she likes to keep bringing up Sanfords moral character how about hers? Americas most Wanted. What did she know and when? did she get divorced because he was doing wrong or because he got caught doing what was wrong which was ok with her until he got caught? Getting remarried 4 years after a divorce is NOT being a single mom especially since you must factor in the dating time which makes it maybe two years.
oh ron....like when i lamented the death of Margaret thatcher and was vilified by liberals? Or the fact the current administration sent hardly anyone to her funeral.
Well, I like you, Ron. For what little it's worth.
"As others have pointed out if there isn't a threshold for candidates to qualify for the debate than there could be a dozen people in the debate which would be a disservice."
If there were a dozen candidates on the ballot on May 7 then yes, they should all be in the debate.
I didn't see anyone complain about earlier debates and forums which had all 16 Republican primary candidates - in fact, people were eager to see and hear from all of them. So how come the candidates who survived the primaries/conventions to become their parties' nominees shouldn't given the same opportunity?
Also, I'm pretty sure cheering on the death of those with different opinions than yourself was also a suitable view for the Germany of the 1930s and 40s.
Wow, I never would have raised the issue if there hadn't been so much coverage of that incident in the news. I'm also more interested in Mr. Platt's issues that he supports and is involved with, such as showing up to county or state votes on enviornmental issues. With all the recent negative coverage and absurd behavior by last years green candidate it has distracted from the issues of Mr Platt. In those regards the debate would have helped him get his message across but I also agree there has to be a threshold for candidtes to qualify. I certainly didn't mean to disparage Mr. Platt, as I only know of him from news paper articles, or the ideals and policy of the Green Part. As I said, it's one of my top priorities when voting and I also would like to hear more about them at the debate, but also leery of throwing my vote away, as I said.
"Ron, there are a lot of folks out here that can't wait until you are in your 50's."
Quite a depressing existence for those folks if you ask me.
Lu Lu you Liar Liar pants on fire........
You said you were proud your children attended public school....Wrong - they went to Christ our King and Bishop England with my children. You say your not supporting the union - wrong you have the backing of SEIU, ILA and the Aerospace union (and you support Boeing??) who all sent you $ to support their efforts in D.C. Your no friend of the working man. Social Security is safe...yes, ask Nan Pelosi...you better move to Colorado because what you be smokin' ain't legal here. What jobs have you created, none and you know it. your inexperience shines thru just like your little white lies....
Ron, there are a lot of folks out here that can't wait until you are in your 50's. Then, perhaps, your date with the cheese will occur, and the world can be rid of some unneeded trash. Your views on the elderly were suitable in Germany in the late 30's and early 40's.
This is the City Paper's own article. In 2012 1,473 people voted for Green Party candidate who has been accused of assult and running over another protestor. So I wonder how many of the 1,473 green votes regret their choice instead of just voting green? See my point. As others have pointed out if there isn't a threshold for candidates to qualify for the debate than there could be a dozen people in the debate which would be a disservice. You really need to have better publicity and public relations and not just run people over who you don't agree with.
"A 2012 Green Party candidate for the S.C. House of Representatives has been accused of assault after he allegedly hit an abortion protester with his car outside a West Ashley abortion clinic. In last year's November election for the District 114 House seat, Center came in third place with 1,473 votes...
This is pretty awesome - too bad it's not being displayed somewhere in District 1 though.
I'm all for cognitive and educational testing in order to vote. Dems would never win another election. Oh, and you must be employed, not a convicted felon, and pay taxes. Oops. I just disenfranchised the entire Democrat base. One more thing, you must be in the country legally. There, that takes care of the rest....lol. Yes, I'm being facetious.
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2013,
Charleston City Paper