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May 26th 2011 6:56PM Strangers around the world are spending too much time worrying about how this child is being raised. Perhaps they should clean up around their own doorsteps before judging others.
May 11th 2011 9:33AM Margery - I'm sure her parents are very proud of her. I'm sure your parents are wondering where they went wrong that you turned out to be such a viperous tongued, judgemental, negative and bitter person who finds fault in everyone.
May 1st 2011 8:37PM Enough already of thse 87 pound models showing normal people how to look thinner in clothes where the size 6 is labeled "large". I am exactly the same weight as I was in high school and my measurements are the same so how did I go from being a size small to a size large? American women need to revolt against the fashion industry.
Apr 12th 2011 5:35PM Just tell them thank you. Many military wives/husbands have to work full time, clean, cook, do yard work, take care of children and make sure the car is serviced. Perhaps you could offer to watch the children free of charge one night so they could get out and forget for a few minutes their loved one is constantly in danger. Fly your flag every day in support. Can you mow the yard or trim the hedges? A home made casserole would be appreciated. Power wash their house and driveway when you do yours. Don't accept payment, accept thanks graciously and say you did it out of the thanks you feel for their service. "I am honored to do something to make a soldier's family have an easier day."
Apr 12th 2011 5:24PM I'm am a very proud mother of a son who has been in the military for 23 years and has received the three hightest honors his country can bestow on him. I know that he did not sign up to be "a killer" but he's committed to doing what he can to help oppressed people gain independence. I worry about him everyday when he is deployed. I applaud his wife and children who have to sacrifice a part of their lives for their country. I give every soldier who's ever served in our military my highest respect for their, and their families, sacrifices.
I am not condoning war, I am for people all over the world to be allowed the freedom to work, worship and think freely. I cannot describe my emotions when my son took a bullet by throwing himself in front of a three year old boy that was being shot at as a game by his own countrymen. I can describe the pride I felt when I stopped to think that this child can possiblly grow up to be someone who makes a significant difference in the world through good deeds.
Apr 12th 2011 5:05PM Good thing generations of soldiers fought for your right to show your ignorance, otherwise that burka wouldn't protect you from being publicly stoned for having the audacity to voice your opinion.
Apr 12th 2011 5:02PM As the mother of a career military only son I can relate to your feelings of pride in your boys. I can't relate to what you are going through with your son's loss of his leg. Please tell both of your sons that I'm very proud of their service to this country and wish them only the best. You did a good job.
Apr 12th 2011 4:56PM Instead of sneering at people, why don't you thank them for giving you the freedom to run your mouth and show that in certain cases such as yours, PUB LIK ED U MEN CATION was a waste of taxpayers dollars.
Mar 25th 2011 9:23AM Another misleading headline by AOL writers trying to grab your attention. Another example of them failing to proofread before posting. The headline should have been "First Glimpse of Baby Leo's Blanket:.
Mar 16th 2011 12:04PM Just what every woman wants to run around sightseeing in all day -- a pair of super high heels. Get real. How hard is it to pick out some clothing that you can mix or match with minimum effort to cover every ocassion? Let's see an article on how men should pack for a trip so they look stylish while covering their hairy beer bellies. Or how you can travel for a week without taking six suitcases.