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The Vent: July 29

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Posted: Friday, July 27, 2012 3:43 pm

“GE Capital is another company that outsources jobs to India. GE Capital needs to be boycotted by the USA until they bring these jobs back home. We have people here in the states that can speak English and do these jobs just fine!”

“GLAAD is proving to be the newest hate group. They hate anyone they disagree with that uses their first amendment rights. This is a potentially violent group.”

“SRP sent me a notice saying they are trying to raise their rates in August and they haven’t hat a rate increase in 2 1/2 years. Well listen up SRP I haven’t had an increase in my pension in 15 years.”

“The only ones who profit from crime is the police.”

“I see Chicago’s mayor Rahm Emanuel has stated that Chick-Fil-A’s values are not Chicago’s values. I agree, Chicago is a city with no integrity. When people think of Chicago they think of its deep seated political and social corruption. I wouldn’t eat at a restaurant that holds those values. I will eat at Chick-Fil-A though.”

“It’s fine that a company chooses to force it’s religious beliefs on the buying public. I stopped using them when I realized they were closed on Sunday. Religious freedom means freedom of religion as well as freedom FROM religion. Some religions don’t have a Sabbath on Sunday in case you didn’t know. I find it interesting that it seems ok to Christians, and ok with Muslims, to force their religions on others, yet they both have the same god. I am tired of these zealots be they Christian religions or Muslim sects telling people how to live, if you look at the Bible or the Koran they don’t say which church, synagogue or mosque to attend, organized religion was created to control citizens, figure it out for yourselves people!”

“If someone asks you what the main difference is between most of the Obama supporters and the Romney supporters, instead of stammering, and stuttering just tell them that the Romney supporters sign their checks on the front, and the Obama supporters sign their checks on the back.”

“Mitt gets an ‘A’ for elite but fails in eloquence and etiquete. People in Great Britain just don’t understand how super-PACs work raising the most money demands their respect. Perhaps a super-PAC in Great Britain called Britains for arrogance would smooth things over.”

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