As I write this, Hillary Clinton is leading in the Iowa caucus by a whopping three votes. Looks like the coronation the Democratic National Committee planned for Clinton has had to take a detour through Bernieville.

The bottom line is Clinton’s poll numbers are falling as the FBI continues to expand their investigation into possible crimes committed with her private and unsecured server, even as she sneers that there is no such investigation going on.

What is sad to see is that so many people continue to defend the Clintons regardless of the amount of sleaze. These people are the ones who have convinced the Clintons that they can get away with anything since they will continue to have people defend them.

And that sums up how badly the Democratic Party is morally bankrupt. The Clintons’ lies and crimes have piled up faster than snowbanks during the recent blizzard. But since they have a “D” at the end of their names, they get a pass from the Dem base and the liberal media.

Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is promising more and more “free” stuff in exchange for votes and people believe him. We have seen the results of Obamanomics — how will Bernienomics be any different? The people who voted for Obama in huge numbers are the ones doing the worst during this “recovery.” Minorities, single women and young people are suffering the worst in an economy growing at a 0.7 percent rate.

The modern-day Democratic Party is telling people — and sadly, an increasing number of voters believe it — yes, you are entitled to other people’s money. It is not fair you have student loan debt, or do not have a nice house or a high-paying job like other people. So we, the Dems, will take some of their money from them and give it to you.

Yep, more taxes, more spending, more regulation — is that really the formula for prosperity for all? Democrats want to keep the party going even as we have now surpassed $19 trillion in debt. A possible slogan for the Democrats this election cycle could be: “Democrats are making everything free in America — except you.”

Terry Weddle

Hagerstown

(109) comments

GMrT

Unfortunately, the only Republican candidate that can be even considered as somewhat rational is Jeb Bush, but he is all but out of it thanks to the fanatical media machine of the far right. So, to many on the left and in the middle it makes no difference whether we have a President Clinton or a President Sanders. There can be no progress without progressives.

vicdavy

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teapartier

Looks like that detour through Bernieville has continued into Wall Streetville.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/clinton-blasts-wall-street-but-still-draws-millions-in-contributions/2016/02/04/05

olefool

is this a joke???

vicdavy

teas a joke[beam]

teapartier

Thanks Vic, I'll take that as a compliment, coming from a well know comedian[wink]

sevenstones1000

The Republicans ruined the economy once. I know, let's let them do it again. We just need a couple of more wars that we put on credit cards. Always money for wars. None for the working people of the US.

bmclearen

VERY VERY well written & so very true. Even as a fairly long term Democrat, it will be a cold day in h*** when I vote for Clinton. She is making it easy for Bernie to win the nomination, which would be a good thing for our country. I Hillary does win the nomination, it will force me to vote Republican unless their choice is Trump. With Trump running, it looks like the Republicans are just looking to give the election away.

Glen Shiel

Ummmm, if I remember correctly, it was the Democrats who got us into the quagmire of Vietnam, the longest running war in American history and the first one that we lost, and it was a Republican who got us out of it. And that war wasn't cheap, either.

DickD

Hard to see how you can pin the Vietnam war on any specific president. It was an outgrowth of the cold war and the initial build up started in 1950.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnam_War
Beginning in 1950, American military advisors arrived in what was then French Indochina. U.S. involvement escalated in the early 1960s, with troop levels tripling in 1961 and again in 1962. U.S. involvement escalated further following the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, in which a U.S. destroyer clashed with North Vietnamese fast attack craft, which was followed by the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which gave the U.S. president authorization to increase U.S. military presence. Regular U.S. combat units were deployed beginning in 1965. Operations crossed international borders: bordering areas of Laos and Cambodia were heavily bombed by U.S. forces as American involvement in the war peaked in 1968, the same year that the communist side launched the Tet Offensive. The Tet Offensive failed in its goal of overthrowing the South Vietnamese government, but became the turning point in the war, as it persuaded a large segment of the United States population that its government's claims of progress toward winning the war were illusory despite many years of massive U.S. military aid to South Vietnam.

vicdavy

Do some research,Glen. Tricky Dick illegal and treasonous negotiations with the South Vietnamese President,in 1968,extended the Vietnam War for 5 years costing 20,000 more American lives. You still don't understand semantics or historical context do you. "Get thee to the Library" Glen your making a fool out of yourself!

DisabledFrederickVeteran

Capitalism is a failure in the US 1% of the population owning 99% with 20+ trillion in government debt accumulated isn't my idea of an equitable economy.

ClareS

So what is the alternative? Communism? I don't want that either.

sevenstones1000

Do you know the difference between communism and socialism?

vicdavy

seven, ClareS doesn't have a clue! She needs to get to the Library, as well.[beam]

jerseygrl42

Those who support the thieving clintons and the self described socialist are oblivious to the facts surrounding the clintons and the abject failure of socialism everywhere it has been in place ...and its basically the "free stuff" crowd too lazy to work for what they desire who are supporting Sanders and only GOD knows who could possibly believe Clinton would be good for this country....she and her boss let four Americans DIE rather than offend their muslim buddies in Libya....shameful and disgusting; the Clintons have fed at the public trough forever and given nothing back to the citizens who pay for all their excesses and our well paying blue collar jobs are virtually extinct due to BC and his free trade crap

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phydeaux994

herbie, why is your face all red and why is steam coming out of your ears? And what are you personally doing to elect a Republican President? All the Republicans are doing right now is guaranteeing another Democratic President, AGAIN!

phydeaux994

herbie, you never answer the question. You always change the subject. What are you personally doing to elect a Republican President? I don't think you want a Republican President, it would ruin your shtick.

DisabledFrederickVeteran

America is a socialistic economy and the military that keeps us safe at night is purely socialistic so if it's good enough for the troops it's good enough for the civilians.

hayduke2

Quit beating the horse, it isn't going to get up and move....

b1sellers

Again you are wrong. I support Sanders and I am not "basically the "free stuff" crowd too lazy to work for what they desire who are supporting Sanders". I work for everything I have. YOU are not the only one with opinions of what is best and YOU are not right no matter what. Obviously you haven't looked into who supports Bernie, you just spout off whatever comes to mind.

DickD

We have a form of Socialism now, that is what the Republicans are against. It is Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, unemployment insurance, minimum wages, etc. It is not Bernie's idea of Socialism, but a modified form based on capitalism. Now you can claim the Clinton's are liars or whatever you want, but they would support the items listed. None of the Republicans would. Instead, they would cut taxes for the wealthy, broaden the tax base, which is double talk for incasing taxes on the middle class.

b1sellers

Very true Dick. Some people don't understand and don't listen when their minds are already made up.

herbie

Yep, that sounds like most liberals I see and hear on TV

herbie

Dickie, the Dems will have to raise taxes on the middle class IF they intend to keep their promises for all the "free" stuff for their voters.

So far the goodie list tops over $1 trillion per years in new spending. Paying off the student loan debt is over $1 trillion

If the top 1% were taxed a 100% the government would take in less then $1 trillion the first year. Also the number of taxpayers who are deeded "rich" is shrinking

There are about 3 million taxpayers who are in the top .1 of the top 1% - so you expect them to foot the bill for "free" college, healthcare, and child care?

Oh yea, the Dems will come after the middle class as well. Or they will simply pass the buck and make excuses why their wish list never came to pass

DeDeuceCoupe32

Terry, no need for a terrible towel to wipe your terrible tears. in you case a terry cloth will suffice.

DickD

I went back and inserted Bush, where you complained about the Clintons and see more truth than you state here. All true except for your biased attacks on Obama.

Under Bush we started two wars, cut taxes so we could not pay for them. We let banks do as they wanted, creating the housing bubble and fiasco home foreclosures. We saw the stock market lose over half of it it's value, homes lost a third, job losses were running in the hundreds of thousands, bankruptcies were rampant, jobs were non existent for those out of work. God, what hole in the ground did you hide in to write this piece of trash?

herbie

What is with you Obama lovers to ALWAYS go back and change the subject to Bush. Obama has been in charge for SEVEN YEARS and yet NOTHING is his fault with you people

DeDeuceCoupe32

If Rubio wins, Obama gets all the blame till 2020, right.

tonyc51

until 2024.

DickD

Big IF.

phydeaux994

"You people" herbie?

herbie

Yep - spinners for Obama

DisabledFrederickVeteran

Just imagining if imagine if America would've defaulted to racism and irrational behavior an elected McCain/Palin or Romney/Ryan we wouldn't have Social Secuirty, Medicare, ACA, military or veterans benefits. But we would have tax cuts for Billionares and professional athletes to hire more housekeepers.

herbie

Another Grim Fairy Tale from FV and he played the race card for like the 4th time today.

gary4books

Life is NOT a card game when people point out discrimination and racism. Facts are not cards.

herbie

Libs like FV draw the race card more then Jesse James drew his gun

DisabledFrederickVeteran

The reality is the American People can't risk another republican wealth puppet in Power in the White House. The federal reserve has no more tools at its deposal to correct the unfettered greed the GOP propagates if they win the Presidency. Because interests are already zero percent and trillions dollars have already been spent in quantitative easing our nation has no ammunition left to recover from another GOP induced economic catastrophe like 2008. Why would so called party of person responsibility even consider electing a man for POTUS that has demonstrated the personal economic acumen of a deadbeat dad by failing to honor his debts he amassed?

herbie

So you think this "recovery" is on fire FV? It is slowest "recovery" ever

shiftless88

Also the longest consecutive months of jobs growth ever, I believe. Inflation is basically non existent and has been for years.

herbie

and most of those jobs have been part time and low paying. Inflation non-existent? You must not buy the food in your house. BTW GDP is a sizzling 0.7%. And income for most working folks has dropped

shiftless88

Herbie, I anxiously await your reference for this information regarding "most of those jobs have been part time and low paying". Also anything about why you think inflation is high.

DisabledFrederickVeteran

I agree The Obama recovery has been slow but considering the republicans #1 goal since Obama has been in office is to obstruct and undermine his success its a remarkable he's been able to lead the rescue our nation from GOP self induced economic treason. Another blow to republicans hoping that Amerucan fails is that ADP reported that private payrolls increased by 205,000 in January, above the expected 195,000.

herbie

No his policies are the reason the economy stinks FV. Higher taxes, more regulation, and increasing the overall cost of doing business will get a stagnet economy everytime

herbie

Shifty you should pay attention to DNCTV where they have confirmed these points. Thanks to Obamacare, most of the jobs are indeed PT. And I am not surprised you pretend to be shocked over low wages and stagnet wage growth for the working class. I guess to do not talk to those type of people very often

DickD

heribie, do you have ANY basis for your remarks?

Our economy continues to improve, tomorrow it is expected unemployment will go below 5%. During the Bush caused Great Recession it went up to around 10%. Wages are stagnant, but not due to part timing.

This was the economy in March 2014.
http://www.factcheck.org/2014/04/obamas-numbers-april-2014-update/
The economy as of March had gained just under 4 million jobs since Obama took office. Theunemployment rate stood at 6.7 percent, which was 1.1 points lower than when he took office and 3.3 points lower than it was at its worst point during October 2009. Total employment now stands just 437,000 jobs short of the peak number reached a year before Obama became president, just as the great recession of 2007-2009 was beginning.

The numbers remain grim for those without jobs, however. The number of those who have been out of work for at least 27 weeks — the so-called long-term unemployed — has declined recently to a bit over 3.7 million, but is still 1 million higher than when Obama took office. The average number of weeks that the unemployed have been without work has also declined recently to 36 weeks, but that’s still 15.8 weeks more than the average for the month he entered the White House.

Even for those who are working, wages have barely kept up with the modest rates of inflation that have marked Obama’s tenure. Real average weekly wages — measured in constant dollars adjusted for inflation — in March were just 0.2 percent above where they were in January 2009.

gary4books

Of course it is slow, the Republicans in Congress have fought it tooth and nail.

herbie

and what have they blocked? Again after SEVEN YEARS NOTHING is Obama's fault with you libs

DickD

Better than going into the abyss, as we were when George Bush left office.

herbie

Newsflash Dickie - Bush has been out of office for over 7 years. You need to move on and find a new excuse to dismiss Obama's "recovery"

ClareS

The GOP AND the DEMS in Congress are mostly ALL bought and sold by corporations. The only difference between the two parties is that the DEMS do a better job of pretending to care about people. We can argue back and forth about the parties, but what we really need to do is vote THEM ALL OUT and start over. The founders of the country flawed as they may have been put in place checks and balances to keep the federal government from becoming the monster they feared it could become. These checks and balances have been largely ignored by the federal government and the states. We need to stop bickering about the parties and put the blame where it really is: corporate control and corruption of elected officials.

teapartier

I guess it depends on who you ask if Obama has" fixed" our economy.
"President Obama has been loud and clear about his fight against income inequality, but he admitted that the rich have fared far better than the poor during his time in the White House".
George Stephanopoulos

DickD

Could it be because of the Republican Congress that has not cooperated with anything?

herbie

As if the Dems "cooperated" with Bush? The voters voted for divided government Dickie. Which is why so many Dems were fired in the two Obama midterms

DickD

Seems like Hillary voted for his war. You probably like that.

hayduke2

Terry reminds me of the guy standing on a box yelling that the end is near...

richardlyons

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DeDeuceCoupe32

If the box is full of TNT, are you gonna argue with him?

olefool

I didn't read a single coherent statement in Weddle's letter, not a one. Neither did I read a single coherent statement in Weddle's non de plume, herbie's comments either. But just like all his GOP wannabes, all of them always say how they can "fix" America but no one says how they would "fix" America. They think, in their middling minds, that attacking their rivals wins for them and maybe it does within their own ranks but it never works against the other political party. Fredvet is exactly right in his earlier post, nearly all that is broken with America was broken by GOP presidents and GOP led congresses, there's no challenging that statement's veracity. President Obama has done and continues to do a masterful job of "fixing" America without any help from the GOP in his endeavors. So I'd say to Terry/herbie, if you cannot come up with any honest suggestions on what's wrong or how to "fix" it you should get out of the way and let those who really know what needs doing continue to move forward with real solutions.

herbie

Try reading slower. Or try www.rif.org

olefool

Thanks for making my point herbie/weddle...

olefool

When confronted with reality you digress to vicious ad hominem attacks... You just can't help yourself, can you weddle/herbie??? Jobs: During Bush 8 years 462,000 jobs were lost. During Obama's 7 1/2 years 12,817,000 jobs were created. Deficit: Bush Jr. handed Obama a $1.4 trillion deficit.Obama has reduced Bush Jr.’s deficit to just $492 billion.

herbie

What attack? Now you bring in Bush to try defend Obama's "recovery". Eh, Obama has DOUBLED our debt and he has another 11 months to go. Also most of the jobs added have been part time. Income has gone down for most working class folks. 40 million or so on food stamps. And economic growth at a sizzling 0.7%

But I guess you consider those attacks as well.

olefool

What attack you ask... Well whats the insinuation with the "top of your head" remark. You can't even be honest about that, can you. So lets break down that "DOUBLED" debt number you cited: If we break this down, we can see that the cost of Bush's policies amount to more than five times the cost of Obama's policies. The Bush tax cuts plus the costly Iraq and Afghanistan wars cost about 2.5 trillion dollars in debt. Also, the Bush administration overspending on defense cost another 1.2 trillion, which spiraled the debt out control. Let's now take a look at Obama's policies. Much of his spending has focused on the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, but even more has come from a combination of a two-year extension of the Bush tax cuts and other mandatory spending. However, Obama's increased focus on deficit reduction has paid off significantly in the long run. Automatic spending cuts have reduced the deficit by $503 billion, and cuts to defense and Health Care have amounted to a total of about $400 bilion. The cost of Bush's policies was $5.1 trillion, and the cost of Obama's policies was a mere $983 billion.

The total federal debt in relation to the economy is reaching historically high levels approaching levels not seen since World War II. But it can also be seen that the rise started long before Obama took office.

In fact, the upward trend began with Ronald Reagan’s (your hero) fiscal 1982 budget, declined somewhat from fiscal 1997 through 2001, and resumed the upward climb with George W. Bush’s first budget in fiscal 2002 (which started Oct. 1, 2001). While Bush's rate of rise was slower, he nearly doubled the US debt
(86% ) compared to Obama ( 49% ).

herbie

Ole, you have not been very respful or civil in your posts - so spare me the "offended" liberal act. Obama gave us four straight trillion dollar deficts in a row. He saw the US get its first credit downgrade. He has gotten many tax increases - many tucked insode Obamacare. The US has a record year last fiscal year as far as money flowing into DC - so it is not like DC has a revenue issue. And he has DOUBLED the national debt - I ams sure your kids and grandkids will thank him when they see their income go down to the massive tax increases they will have to pay to keep this party going

And once again you go back to Bush to try and defend Obama's miserable record. This is the new norm with liberals. Always pass the buck and never admit when their tax and spend polices fail. As with the Clinton's it ois always someone elses fault when they get busted

olefool

So where was I disrespectful to you herbie/weddle???

Maybe it's you who should take reading courses. Of course we have higher debt now, it has taken 7 1/2 years to dig out of the bush cheney depression quagmire, The US credit downgrade was the result of the GOP congress letting the country default on it's debts by not passing a bill authorizing payments on already incurred debts. If you don't understand this herbie/weddle the rest of your comments are moot. And oh yeah, although I am not a Hillary fan, she makes all of your GOP wannabes look like dunces.

DickD

herbie is disrespectful to everyone, it is his Republican way.

teapartier

Hillary claims that one problem in our economy is "quarterly capitalism". Her solution is a complex change to the entire tax code. But will her way work?
http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Columns/2015/09/24/Memo-Hillary-Clinton-Here-s-How-We-Really-Fix-American-Capitalism

BstD59

I haven't made up my mind who I will vote for other than it definitely won't be Trump or Bush [if he doesn't drop out first], but I find your sweeping statement that Clinton is under investigation offensive. Can you provide proof of this? If not, then you are no better than those who make up stories about any candidate they don't like usually just to try and persuade others to vote for their own candidate.

I don't know if Clinton is under investigation or not, but I will say this, her e-mails were most likely a great deal safer on her personal server than they would have been on the government's. Government servers have been hacked over and over, so far there is no mention of Clinton's servers being hacked.

I don't approve of her using private servers, but I also don't approve of a witch hunt or claims being made without a shred of truth provided with them.

herbie

Well again, if she is NOT under investigation, what are the 100 to 150 FBI agents doing? It is clear Hillary stepped in it, and yes, those TOP SECRET emails may very well have been hacked. Perhaps that is what is being checked out.

Hillary has lied many times about this, and it is very possible the FBI may recommend indictments. Now if Obama's DOJ try to dismiss that - all he** will break loose

BstD59

You claim 100-150 FBI agents are investigating her...your proof? If you can't provide documentation that 100-150 agents are investigating then you are just sprouting off and your statement remains meaningless.

hayduke2

Herbie never has proof and fails to mention that those emails have been made classified after the fact. Millions have been spent trying to make a mountain out of a mole hill.

herbie

Yea, and do you require "proof" she even had a private server? Or had Top Secret emails on it. Funny, even the WH admits the investagation is going on - but that is not good enough for you eh?

DickD

Even bogus claims have to be fact checked, nothing wrong with that and unless the facts prove the claims right the person charged is innocent. herbie doesn't understand that.

herbie

So Dickie you are saying the FBI is NOT in the middle of a criminal probe of Hillary?

olefool

And you herbie/weddle lie every time you comment on these pages...What does that make you??? In fact your characterizations of Clinton are the And you herbie/weddle lie every time you comment on these pages...What does that make you??? In fact your characterizations of Clinton are every single bit a clone of your
character as presented on these pages.

herbie

Yea, the Clinton's are so popular and so great Hillary needed SIX coin flips to "win" Iowa. And as usual, you seem to spin the yarn that everyone is lying EXCEPT the Clintons. Who are the "victims" of that vast right wing conspiracy

gary4books

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teapartier

What is the meaning of "under investigation"? The new political correct way of saying it is "fact finding". And what is the purpose of the "fact finding"? Is it towards HRC or just the servers?

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/hillary-clinton-email-fbi-probe-215630http://www.dailynewsbin.com/news/there-is-no-fbi-investigation-of-hillary-clinton/22894/

DisabledFrederickVeteran

I'm an independent that occasionally sides with republicans and democrats but what I won't do is side with Trump a wealthy racist draft dodger with no true allegiance to America or veterans.

DickD

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vicdavy

Another Con rant from Terry Weddle,LOL

herbie

And another well thought out, reasearched response showing Vic's knowledge of the issues

vicdavy

So,Agent herbie how's the investigation going? [beam]

knahs25

Think of the millions and millions of dollars and time spent investigating the Clinton's over the years - only for these investigations to come up with nothing.

DisabledFrederickVeteran

I don't believe the intent was ever to come up with actual charges against charges against Clinton this was simply a witch hunt by the GOP to create an atmosphere of political suspicion similarly to the GOP suggestion that Obama was born in a Kenyan hut just another outrageous theroy appealing to people who also believe that the earth was created in six days while working relying on fuel created by fossil fuel. industry.

Nicki

You got it, FDV!!!

herbie

So all those classifed emails, the server stored in a bathroom closet, the emails where Hillary admits the attacks on 9/11/12 were indeed a terrorist attack, and rthe emails where Hillary tells her staff to remove the classified header - never happened or do not exist?

And the birther issue with Obama was first started by Hillary supporters in 2008

The Earth was indeed created in six days

DickD

Yes, but it serves us good when talking about Cruz.

BstD59

Dick [thumbup][thumbup]

herbie

Think if the Clintons were not always doing something illegal as well as unethical the money never would have been spent

DickD

If it wasn't illegal and unethical, there would be no Republican party.

vicdavy

Dick[thumbup] Nixon,Reagan and "W"Bush never did anything illegal or unethical did they.[beam]

teapartier

Dick & Vic those comments are so lame ,it showshow uniformed you are. Do yourself's a favor and read and do research on your Democrat icons.

Fredmd21704

oh brother, legally she did nothing wrong with the emails, why are people so fixated on her emails? are you wondering why she didn't write you one?

herbie

So 100 FBI agents are not checking out her possible criminal acts? Her mishandling of top secret info is a crime

DisabledFrederickVeteran

The former republican POTUS sent thousands of Americans troops to their deaths because of frabicated Intel.

herbie

Did not take long for the far lefties to drag Bush into alame defense of the Clintons

gary4books

Snowden never got her stuff. She deserves a medal.

herbie

A medal for putting lives at risk and thumbing her nose at the law? Wow, your loyality is clearly to the Dem party and not to America

Nicki

[thumbup] Gary!

gary4books

Why? Because that is all they got in the cupboard. Otherwise there is no bone for Rover.

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DisabledFrederickVeteran

The last time we had a republican President America was in a self induced economic chaos resulting in the loss of over 700k jobs per month. The last time we had a republican President radical Muslims were able to kill thousands of Americans by flying airliners into buildings. The last time we had a republican President we were sending thousands of our sons and daughters under false pretenses. The last time we had a republican President the American People had to bail out Wall Street billionaires and wealthy foreigners investments. The last time we had a republican President the American People became so fed up with republicans that 4 in 10 white Americans voted for a real African to become President not even an African American. [tongue]

DisabledFrederickVeteran

I remember the last time America was foolish enough to elect a wealth puppet GOP POTUS the US economy nearly collapsed under the weight of unbridled greed. Fortunately the American people came to their senses and elected a man with the ethics, vision and morality to lead the rescue of our economy and bring most of our sons and daughters back from a fabricated quagmire. I believe backing the GOP isn't just a political choice it's now an act of subversion against our military and the working class of Americans. The GOP can attempt to package billionaires as average Joe's, anchor babies and racists as viable candidates for Presidents but the reality is most Americans realize that the republican party is simply a expensive megaphone for the wealthy which is why the there is so much confusion in the land of make believe we call the GOP Presidential campaign. [beam]

DickD

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