October 12, 2016
Posted by Aikäne at 10/12/2016 04:32:00 PM
April 10, 2013
While Florida legislators’ brain cells are too densely arranged to comprehend
the definition of equality, the need to fund education and research, the value of protecting
the environment, the crime of denying health care to the vulnerable, or the
insanity of unlimited weaponry in the hands of criminals and the mentally
unstable – they are finally changing the definition of their own behavior. One small step ...
The House Health and Human Services committee voted up the bill (HB 1119) on Tuesday. It also would replace "mentally retarded" with "intellectually disabled."
The change would not affect the content or effect of any laws. Proponents of the bill say the word "retarded" is outdated and has become offensive.
Forty-three states have already taken steps to remove the word "retarded" from their laws. President Obama signed a law in 2010 striking use of the term in federal policy.
Posted by Aikäne at 4/10/2013 10:03:00 AM
February 15, 2013
May 10, 2012
But not to worry. If anybody was hurt by “a lot of high jinks and pranks during high school, obviously I apologize for that,” Romney chortled.
He does not apologize, however, for manipulating his memories. While he can't remember this incident, he can recall saving the U. S. auto industry. Really? Wanna bet? Ten thousand dollars?
And he finds that explanation perfectly fine, no doubt even marvelous, or just the right height -- or at least good for a chuckle. Haha!
Here's Mitt being Mitt. Witness the mind of a bully.