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  •  When you said that New York (9+ / 0-)

    asking for assistance for Sandy was "disgusting" because the new gun law was an example of "trying to push their stink on the rest of the nation" was that an example of the honest dialogue you say you admire so much? What part of that was designed to encourage analysis?

    •  I admit that and it was rude, offensive (0+ / 0-)

      and it was in poor taste, made in a moment of irritation and I shouldn't have said it.  

      They can do whatever they want as long as it is within their borders and I don't care.  It is their right and people can choose to live there or not as they wish and live as they wish.  But I do have a problem with them pushing their views on the rest of the nation and a lot of the anti-gun agenda comes from NY and I do have a problem with them trying to tell me how I have to live and then wanting my assistance.  

      •  People in the United States (4+ / 0-)
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        shaharazade, Shotput8, madhaus, cybersaur

        suffer one of the greatest disasters in American history and you're irritated? What difference does your personal irritation make?

        If you find yourself making an apology again, here's some advice. Just apologize. I meant what I said I just used the wrong words isn't apologizing, it's piling on.

      •  I see ... YOUR assistance is conditional? (0+ / 0-)

        How about ...when someone needs help, YOU HELP THEM! And no nonsense about New York or anywhere else passing laws that you don't like being an excuse for stiffing people and then acting like you are standing on some kind of principle. Unless the principle is being an A-hole.

        Help us to save free conscience from the paw Of hireling wolves whose gospel is their maw. ~John Donne

        by ohiolibrarian on Sun Jan 20, 2013 at 07:30:20 PM PST

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