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My ridicule of someone who defends a pedophile is "a bit harsh." Thanks for clearing that up, lonelyone.
You & cmommy should take turns on the porch playing banjo for Burt Reynolds.
Reading comprehension is clearly not one of your strengths - I'm beginning to suspect that your IQ is roughly equivalent to your body temp.
No one has accused you of a crime. The individual who pleaded guilty to child pornography has. That you've chosen to defend that person makes you guilty of breathtaking stupidity. Being an imbecile is not a crime, but don't be shocked when reasonable people dismiss you as the idiot you are. You've chosen to weigh in on behalf of the most vile kind of behavior. You've earned the derision and scorn - your inability to own it just makes you a coward.
Anyone else notice the "Deliverance" vibe to cmommy's contributions here?
One wonders whom cmommy is defending here. She castigates "people in glass houses" - which suggests she believes everyone weighing in here to be pedophiles. Which, in turn, paints a very dark picture of the world she inhabits, and the evil, twisted degenerates with whom she chooses to share it.
Have a good time at your next GED/Pedophile reunion.
Given Commander Leonard's characterization of this as "...probably the worst child pornography case we’ve ever handled..." I'm baffled at the plea bargain. This a$$wipe oughtta spend the rest of his miserable life in prison, looking over his shoulder for the inevitable & well deserved shank. If there's a possibility of parole, we deserve to be apprised of his name and appearance.
Spellcheck. Punctuation. Grammar. Basic, 4th-grade command of the English language. Ye gods.
A point that has been spotlighted at least three times during this discussion. Apparently, your reading comprehension skills are on par with Mr. Mercier's writing abilities.
“What I've said is we would put a cap and trade policy in place that is as aggressive if not more aggressive than anyone out there. I was the first to call for a 100 percent auction on the cap and trade system. So if somebody wants to build a coal powered plant they can. It's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted.”
~ Barack Obama, 1/17/08
"Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket."
~Barack Obama, 1/17/08
To whom was BHO pandering, Leroy? Or is he just a liar? And if you're unaware of the President's endorsement of the EPA's “Utility MACT” initiative and what it'll do to the coal industry, then you are stunningly ignorant.
We can thank those pandering Repubs, by the way, for killing cap & tax.
You've received excellent advice here; I hope you avail yourself of it. Your writing skills leave much to be desired - if your resume reflects that deficiency, you're already one step behind. There are no end of people who can produce a professional resume for you at a nominal fee; I suggest you seek them out.
What stands out most prominently from your screed is "I would like to say this is not fair..." As someone has already pointed out, life isn't fair. Deal with it. Whining about the inequities of life makes you seem like a whiner, whether you are or not.
If the job you want isn't in Moffat county, move. The reason I wasn't born & raised in the American Southwest is because the best job offered to my dad at the time was in the Pacific Northwest, instead of Albuquerque as he would have preferred. Instead of complaining about unfairness, he made the move and got on with his life. The reason I'm no longer in the Seattle area is because my company was sold and the new owners 86ed the existing managers to make room for their own people. While I would have preferred to remain in the Northwest, the best job offer came from the Rocky Mountains, and here I am.
So cowboy up. Instead of bemoaning the perceived headwinds confronting you, expand your vision beyond your own backyard and embrace the opportunities that exist.
catch22 hit the nail on the head. America has amassed more debt and now owes more money than anyone has ever owed anybody. Ever. Ms. Arnett apparently agrees with the President that that's a good thing, and what we should do now is double down. Confiscate even more money from the private sector and shovel it into the public sector. If you're busting your tail in a non-government job you can suck wind, and be grateful that your efforts are funding government unions.
It's tempting to call Ms. Arnett an idiot, but I'm loathe to offend the idiots among us.
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