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Re: “Welcome to Tony's Kansas City

WTF?!???, I remember when a guy living in his parents' basement was considered a loser! Here's an idea. Why not write about those who work for a living to make an honest paycheck, raise a family and do good for their community. This might be considered somewhat boring for some of you at The Pitch, but hey.....it's about time the working class receive some attention.

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Posted by Harris1001 on 03/02/2011 at 9:02 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

One thing that I noticed right off the bat of this article is that it seems to not be a credible piece. We have a witness with a cell phone video that was taken after the fact. What happened before the video? Could mr. Rojas have done something to instigate this himself? Unanswered questions should not go unanswered when a hit piece such as this piece of tripe is published. If you think that what happens here is inexcuseable, than maybe you should go to Mexico and find out what is going on there to cause its' citizens to cross the border. There are always two sides of a story, but I guess those at the Pitch cannot count past one.

Posted by Don on 12/18/2010 at 9:34 PM

Re: “The 2010 Larry Johnson Awards:
a tribute to idiocy

Well, I have to say that the writer of this article seems to carry on the political agenda of the Pitch. Let us continue to categorize the political party of those we seem to have disdain for, like senator Matt Bartle and a mention of Kris Kobach. Those who you disagree with you continually advertise their party affiliation. But when you write in your article that the Bill was signed by Gov. Jay Nixon, you seem to find it unncessary to include his political affiliation. Shouldn't it say Democratic Governer jay Nixon?

Posted by Don on 12/12/2010 at 11:02 AM

Re: “Kevin Yoder reeks of insincerity, even by politicians' standards

For years now I have been listening to political hacks on their pulpits preaching about how they are against big Gov't and wasteful spending, but lest we ask ourselves, "then why do we have such an enormous deficit"? I've never met a politician that has never flip-flopped abound or honestly tell the whole story. It's ashame that we as voters need to read between the lines and search for more than the half-truths that we are constantly fed by the oh so biased media and be forced to elect the lesser of the two evils. Even worse, there are so many who are much too lazy to even try to research their candidates and comtinue to vote within their party lines, or vote for whom their friends and relatives express is the better candidate. This country should not have had to be put in the position that is is in to make people become more aware of what has been and what is presently happening to it. I say this to all candidates: If elected, do for the people and not for yourself. You are a public servant, and are no better than the least of us.

Posted by Don on 10/30/2010 at 1:54 AM

Re: “Asylum Denied

This is so amazing I get headaches just thinking about it. Just recently while watching the morning news, I saw an advertisement for vacationing in Mexico! The commercial showed this exotic and peaceful land, sky blue waters and people everywhere wearing smiles.....How about heading south? If Mexico is this pristine and exotic country filled with love and smiles to attract worldly travelers, then those who advertise it either contradict this story, or they themselves work for the aforementioned drug cartel and should immediately be shot!

Posted by Don on 08/26/2010 at 1:50 AM

Re: “When Westport gets wild, security guards ban the unruly, but critics say the blackballing goes too far

Years ago I used to somewhat frequent Westport, and I very much enjoyed having some drinks with friends. What people are failing to realize is that it becomes necessary to show a little common sense when consuming moderate amounts of alcohol. The majority of patrons and business owners alike want some type of order to reduce the possibility of injury to consumers, emplyees and to reduce damage to public and private property. Without some type of order, local business and residence would suffer. As far as the ACLU and the NAACP is concerned, both organizations need to further research what is actually happening and what is necessary to protect life and property before they decide to condemn what the majority of patrons and business owners want.

Posted by Don on 08/17/2010 at 11:22 PM

Re: “Seized: Inside the brutal world of America's kidnapping capital

It's difficult for the police and other authorities to try and protect the citizens of the US, but when it becomes necessary to protect those that hired someone to escort them into this country illegally.....Also, the writer of the article does not go on to mention if the smugglers and traffickers were legal or illegal.
We need the borders protected! How about writing articles about illegals in this country murdering, kidnapping and committing other foul crimes to its' citizens!?! Again, the people of Mexico should begin to stand up against the Mexican Govt, no matter how corrupt it is. Yes, it is easy to say and difficult to do, but other countries have had to commit to civil uprisings in their past, and I believe that every country on earth at one time or another will have to commit to protest against their Govt. And yes, the US Gov't is not immune to that....

Posted by Don on 08/12/2010 at 10:52 PM

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