TomRoberts's comment history

TomRoberts said...

"Come now... we all know when a republic breaks the law under a republic admin.. they'd likely get a medal of honor."

Yeah, I guess Dick Cheney's friend and advisor Scooter Libby didn't go to trial or get indicted for the crime of mentioning Valerie Plame was a CIA agent to Assistant Sec of Defense Richard Armitage, who then blabbed it to journalist Bob Novak. Yeah, I guess nothing happened to Scooter besides having his life ruined.

November 13, 2010 at 10:22 a.m.
TomRoberts said...

"JoeAmerica "Dittos from #1 As an American I am also offended, Sarah Palin is a GREAT WOMAN and the scrutiny she went through was enormous it only made her more dangerous to liberal scumbags but she had the last laugh she's laughing all the way to the bank and that proves one thing God looks out for his people and he is still in control."

Kraker on November 12, 2010 at 1:51 p.m. said:

"Your god is aparently in control of evertthing... except punctuation. Wow. Breath dude, it's ok."

I guess before calling others out, you'd be wise to check your own mistakes. Spelling doesn't seem to be your strong point, mate. It's 'breathe' as a verb, 'breath' as a noun. Also, 'aparently' needs one more 'p', not to mention you put in one extra 't' in 'everything' (maybe haunted by the Tea Party?) and yet you completely omitted the 'y'.

No one is perfect, and no one should expect perfection in comments, which are casual conversation, not research papers for publication. But it's simply hilarious when folks like you (Liberals) put down others only to make even worse mistakes themselves. I love it. Way to go, slick.

November 13, 2010 at 10:18 a.m.
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