Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Ken Collins: Fountain of knowledge

That is possibly the most juvenile and disingenuous diatribe I have ever seen published here. A pathetic array of childish straw men which the author then pummels with his Hasbro light saber.

The Hobby Lobby rant is especially egregious. I'll give Mr. Collins the benefit of the doubt and assume that he's merely ignorant of the ruling and refrain from calling him a liar. Instead, I'll challenge him to provide the "new definition of pregnancy and contraception" he says the Supreme Court has established, and how employers will "no longer provide basic health care to women." Unless he honestly believes that exempting employers from furnishing 4 abortifacients from the list of 20 birth control measures mandated by Obamacare equates to the denial of basic health care to anybody. And if that's what he believes, then it is impossible for rational people to take him seriously.

As an aside, I’d like to know the administration’s rationale for deciding that contraception and abortifacients are the only prescriptions to be provided at no cost to employees. Why not meds or treatment for diabetes, cancer, HIV, asthma, blood pressure, cholesterol, heart conditions, substance abuse or psychiatric care? None of which are considered worthy of being provided free to patients in need. Only contraceptives and abortifacients. And not furnished using a deductible, obliging the employee to pick up a percentage of the cost. Absolutely free. I’d love to have a reporter ask the President/Pelosi/Reid why there are exactly zero similar mandates for other medical needs to help patients in real crisis. But the reality is that our media is corrupt and incompetent, and the American sheeple (read: the American left) are so addicted to the government teat that conceit and cowardice have replaced common sense.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Gary Hofmeister: 'Live not by lies'

Even his hometown liberal rag has had enough of Dirtbag Harry's race-baiting bs. I post it here because Harry's malfeasance is identical to John St. Pierre's, proudly deployed in this discussion.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Rob Douglas: Not as free, but still brave

Mr. Hall Monitor's sniveling boils down to nothing more than an infantile attempt to control the discussion by excluding those with whom he disagrees. It is a favored tactic of cowards everywhere: divert attention from the substance of a debate by vilifying the participants to that debate. Once, while speculating about another member's eagerness to be sodomized, Mr. Hall Monitor hilariously ridiculed that member's "feddish" (a "feddish" invented from whole cloth by Mr. Hall Monitor). I pointed out the faux pas by comparing Mr. Hall Monitor to Dan Quayle. Stop the presses - clearly, a vile Pesonal Attack!! Not the sexual insinuation, of course, but that anyone would dare compare someone who can't spell to someone who can't spell. Oh, the whining and sniveling that ensued! It matters not what you say or how you say it; it shall, in one fashion or another, be classified as a Personal Attack. Because that's how a malfeasant hypocrite rolls.

And now we come to this: one of the worst violators of Reader Submitted Content Policy has summoned the hypocrisy, gall, and idiocy to lecture the rest of us about the Reader Submitted Content Policy. Almost as amusing as it is asinine.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Teen suspected in Hayden break-ins

Gets his mugshot taken wearing a wife beater. It's always entertaining when rednecks caricature themselves.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Rob Douglas: Not as free, but still brave

Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss, but by an order of magnitude. And every bit as hypocritical as our resident hall monitor. Unlike the hall monitor though, bossman has the authority to confiscate, borrow, and spend other people's money without ever considering consequences.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Peggy Weaver: Regulate fireworks

This reminds me of last year's letter imploring the powers that be to regulate the use of squirt guns during the 4th of July parade. My hat's off to the tender, fragile souls who lead such charmed lives that this is all they can find to whine about.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Rob Douglas: Not as free, but still brave

An analogy which perfectly lays out the roadmap to the largest ever municipal bankruptcy in Detroit. Identical to the roadmap leading Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain down the same path. It's no more complicated than 5th-grade arithmetic, really. But for those on the left, math is hard.

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Peggy Weaver: Regulate fireworks

We did some target shooting on the 4th. I'm actually glad my otherwise formidable dog is a gun shy little pansy. Makes a beeline for the house where he's not underfoot and insulated from any risk. I was walking him a couple summers ago when a thunderstorm rolled through. At the first boom, he turned around and sprinted home, leaving a trail of turds behind him. Literally had the $&it scared out of him...

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Brian Kotowski 2 months ago on Rob Douglas: Not as free, but still brave

Dan Shores has, in this forum, indicted a contributor here for his “paranoid delusional madness.” He offered this advice to another: “Well little man, why don't you try and find some big girl panties to put on and grow up.” Calls another a “dimwit minion fool.” Fond of labeling anyone to the right of Nancy Pelosi a “tea bagger.” It is presently impossible to quote another of Mr. Shores' rants, wherein he asserted another forum member's fondness for homosexual anal sex – that little gem was nuked by the Pilot as a policy violation. But Mr. Shores is foursquare against "continued personal attacks", dontchya know.

So get with the program, people. Ignore the raging hypocrisy and respect his authoratah!

There is another, simpler alternative: don't feed the trolls.

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