The Vent: Sept. 19 - East Valley Tribune: Opinion

The Vent: Sept. 19

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Posted: Monday, September 19, 2011 3:15 am

"Look, if I want to buy a Toyota, BMW, or even a Yugo with my money, I will. It is my money, after all. There is a reason people prefer foreign cars in this country. A better product, at a lower cost. I guess it helps when we don't have to feed the union Hoffa's."

"Rather than limit the NLRB's powers, removing 100 percent of their funding would be the best approach. It will save the taxpayers and businesses billions over the next several years. That will help balance the budget."

"This is to the person who complained about 9/11: Shame on you! I can't believe I breathe the same air as you. Thousands of people got up to go to work and get on airplanes that September morning and never came home. They were tragically taken away from the earth and loved ones and some suffered a great amount of pain prior to death. This was a huge loss for anyone who has a heart and soul. I hope we continue to mourn these people and all the people who died in war after that day. FYI: We do still mourn and honor all the service people in all the wars past... It's called Memorial Day and Veterans Day."

"When did our liberal left-wing TV news media start ‘outsourcing.' Fareed Zakaria, Christiane Amanpour, Sanja Gupta and Hari Sreenivasan come to mind? Hearing Bombay-born Zakaria lecturing Americans on what they should or should not be doing every time you turn on CNN is disgusting. It's bad enough to have President Barack Hussein Obama lecturing to Americans 24/7, should Americans also be ‘call-centered' by commentators who were born with completely different values?"

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