Sottovoceone 
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Re: “Sex offender jailed for going to church

Let me tell you all something a sex offender is a sex offender. He was given this sentence for a reason - because he hurt a child or children. I have no doubts that he was thoroughly instructed to stay away from children. How about this...let's create a society for only sex offenders and let them have their own churches where they can worship, jobs provided by other sex offenders, where they can have all their freedoms without fear of being arrested and society can live freely without concern that our children will be molested or die at the hands of these people. Excuse me, but he committed a crime and part of his sentence is to stay away from children. Do not EVEN minimalize the severity of his crimes. I pray that none of you will ever experience the anguish of personally knowing a victim of child abuse.

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Posted by Sottovoceone on 12/06/2011 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Hey, Thom Tillis: Judge blocks Florida's welfare drug testing law

Congratulations for the state of Florida's low drug rate among welfare recipients, 35 out of 7000 - that is commendable. Was that for one month? What is the actual number of recipients in the state of Florida and should we apply the same percentage to those numbers as well? Is that testing fee a monthly costs or an annual fee? Let's see some real numbers.
No the recipients do not work for the state, actually they work for no one, but they are receiving a check for doing nothing paid for by the people who do work. The People pay their salary - The People are their employers. When someone where I work fails a drug test, their employment is terminated. I guess if the "system" stops the drug testing, the answer to unemployment would be welfare where they can have their drugs and beat it too.

Posted by Sottovoceone on 10/27/2011 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Hey, Thom Tillis: Judge blocks Florida's welfare drug testing law

Excuse me? I work in a mandatory drug testing environment. The tests are conducted to insure employees are not endangering themselves or others while under the influence of an illegal substance and/or alcohol and are able to perform their duties to the best of their abilities. Are my rights being infringed upon due to the mandatory testing? If so, let's get all drug testing classified as unlawful. However, I believe that if someone is going to benefit from my hard work, i.e. receive benefits from the taxes I pay, while I, myself am subjected to random mandatory tests - then heck yes, test them all! It is no more humiliating to them as it is for me. Consider it a part of the "job" of being on welfare.

Posted by Sottovoceone on 10/26/2011 at 2:09 PM

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