About "Fly on the Wall" and "The Whole Truth About Homosexuality" ad in the CA:
"Freedom of speech is sacred in America. The marriage of 'oppressed' homosexuals is not equally sacred in America."
About "The Commercial Appeal Seemingly Contradicts Its Own Ad Policy" — more about the anti-gay ad:
"The warning is valid for parents who have invested small fortunes and much of their lifetimes in their children and who wish their genes to be propagated instead of winding up in someone's infertile orifice. That is the true genesis of these valid feelings against homosexuality, not some mindless hatred of someone different."
— Steve Tapp
About: "Contest! Guess the Electoral Vote":
"Obama 280, Car Elevator Man 258."
— Truth Be Told
About "Mitt the Tax-Dodger" and off-shoring his assets:
"The lady compares Mitt to Nazis, draft dodgers, and even goes so far to suggest his actions are treasonous, and he should at the very least be deported. A little overkill, don't you think? All for Mitt acting quite legally, too. If you don't like the provisions of the tax law, then by all means urge your representatives to change it." — ArlingtonPop
About "Cohen Accuses Flinn of Breaking Law by Campaigning Too Near to Polling Sites":
"Rule #1: Always travel with your posse."
Comment of the Week:
About "The Rubik's Cube on Top of Beale Street Landing":
"The designer must have been tripping on some bad LSD to think this is an attractive addition to our riverfront." —