So, did the Clinton or Obama administrations deny the press access to the White House? No.
Was this ever done under the Bush administration? Again, no.
So what we have here is simply Mr. Tannim's personal bias trying in vain to pass for logic. Then again you do not need to adhere to any journalistic standards at all, do you, Mr. Tannim?
I love your truth Julie, and happy you're bringing this out. This is an issue in the running community at all ages!
"dismisses half of the nation as 'deplorable'" she did not thus you are proven liar already tannim
Mr. Tannim, your thought processes are so Hazy, it Hurts to read through your post.
Recently, I was called out on this blog in another thread for protecting my anonymity. Mr. Tannim just reminded me of another reason I use a screen name. I prefer not to be subjected to puerile puns upon my name by ideologues who cannot defend their prejudices with facts and logic.
We marched because we have been listening carefully to the words that spewed directly from the mouth of Putin's lapdog. Mr. Tannim posts his drivel over hysterics from a pack of alt-right lies.
Mr. Tannim, you would not recognize a fact if it bit you on the butt. That's the bottom line.
I think the faux in your claimed libertarian stance is showing tannim.
The level of clueless derpishness is legion in these sheeple...
They marched over hysterics from a liberal pack of lies, and never bothered to dig into the facts.
That's the bottom line.
Susan Gordon: Well said, and I hope that the ongoing PFC problem doesn't cause your farmer's market to close down again this year, although I understand if it has to.
Paul McNeill: Build the museum all you want, but don't try to force the people to pay for it through taxes or government.
Kent Obee: They don't get the priorities.
Brent Weiner: Yes, good riddance to 2016, indeed; it was a crappy year for the most part. However, your lauding of big government is something else that needs to begone.
Once again Hazy Hurts spews his nonsense.
He assumes linear growth. That's never the case. He fears growth because growth brings success, and he hates success and growth.
He is unable to use the term, "President Trump." It's because he can't accept that the world has changed in ways he can't handle, in ways far beyond his capacity to process or adjust to.
He uses terms like "feral billionaire" because he hates success and can't stand a differing viewpoint.
In short, he's a bitter old man, a has-been of the local political scene that has moved far beyond him, desperate to stay relevant instead of staying on his porch yelling at kids to get off his lawn.
So here he rants about an 8-step plan to harm the state. It's not satire, folks, even though he's trying to present it as such.
And it exposes the true liberal agenda of destroying all that works in favor of what doesn't to reach their dystopic version of utopia.
Sorry, Johnny, but your time has long past. You lost. Get over it.
Here's a participation ribbon and a coloring book. Now go home and let the modern adults run things, not the worn-out hippie commies like you.
So was this ever done under the Clinton or Obama administrations?
So what we have here is simple liberal bias in "reporting" out the front end.
So much for journalistic standard, eh, Indy?
"If he has any bias, it's reasonable to assume that he prefers regulated order to the messy disarray of liberty."
No assuming about it. Liberty is the last thing on John Suther's mind.
a good person, wish him the best
thats was funny, but useful? NOT
deja vu - i saw same actions in 69 when Weatherman (idiots) destroyed property and the message anti war activists were trying to make. thanks for giving good people a reason not so oppose Trump!
Mike Endres: You don't get it; the Indy didn't go by actual gender, they went by identified gender!
Harold Mason: Respectful cooperation goes both ways, so bug the Democrats on that; a serious budget was killed in each of the past 5 years by the Democrats, too; expanded health care coverage is not a federal delegated power (read your Constitution); infrastructure spending is a state issue; AGW is a political joke; equal pay for women is a marketplace issue, not a government issue; promoting alternative energy is the job of the marketplace, not government; essential regulations as defined by whom?; common-sense gun control is not made by regulation and restriction but by training and education; women's health is not a federal government issue; and immigration policy is a mess.
Frigging priceless, dude.
deplorables were only 50% of Trump supporters but Ryan fits in that 50% , morons, racists, religion zealots
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Squeaky wheels get the grease - the rest of you be damned.
I'm not sure my quote came out quite right, at least how I meant to say it.
I do care if people ride bikes, and I'd like citizens and visitors all around Colorado Springs to be able to safely, efficiently and for whatever reason they would like to, from their own garage to a place of value within their own community, or beyond. No matter their age or ability.
Do I want to force people onto bicycles, no.
I truly believe that if we build a community that allows transportation choices, people will be free to use whatever mode suits them best, brings them the most enjoyment, allows for variety and meets the needs of our city's modern needs.
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