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Cuccinelli sued over firing
  • Dezlboy August 5, 2013 - 3:32 pm #82551 Reply
    fedworker August 5, 2013 - 4:11 pm #82570 Reply

    Ruh-roh.  The Cooch has some splanin’ to do.

    Rick August 5, 2013 - 4:19 pm #82573 Reply

    This is from the Washington Post commnt policy:

    1. For any content that you submit, you give us permission to use such content.You hereby grant to The Washington Post a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide, exclusive, and fully sublicensable license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, incorporate into other works, distribute, perform, display, and otherwise exploit such content, in whole or in part in any form, media or technology now known or later developed

    Whether or not a judge decides thats “talking to a reporter” is probably a coin-flip. They also have to prove the anonymous username belongs to the newly unemployed.

    Dezlboy August 5, 2013 - 4:28 pm #82577 Reply

    @Rick, not sure what your post means. If it’s to turn off a “troll message”, no problem. Just wanted to see what it felt like to troll, at least one time!

    Anonymous August 5, 2013 - 4:29 pm #82578 Reply

    Yeah, like why an AG would fire someone for suspicion of doing something, but without proof!

    Rick August 5, 2013 - 4:42 pm #82582 Reply

    @dezlboy, I’m not sure what your message means either? I was posting what I found in the comment policy as it relates to Samantha’s main point in her case (that a comment on a news site is not talking to the reporter). The comment she posted didn’t mention the author, but I’m sure the judge will interpret whether or not it did in the eyes of the court. And for the record, I don’t care which way this case goes.

    FWIW, this was her comment:

    “Love it! Let the egomaniac take the BS out of state. While Bolling is helping the GOP, Cuccinelli is promoting Cuccinelli. For example, he is NEVER in the AG’s office and solely uses the position for self promotion. He has issue a policy that NO AG employee can talk to the media about anything at anytime. To date, he hasn’t endorsed Romney. Good job Ibbie!”

    novasteve August 5, 2013 - 9:27 pm #82598 Reply

    Clinton was accused of rape and that didn’t stop him from achieving even higher office. However I admit democrats are more likely to get away with alleged misdeeds so mcaullife’s will have a. Advantage the more potential scandals there are

    Dezlboy August 5, 2013 - 10:13 pm #82601 Reply

    @rick: I think we both got crossed up. I didn’t realize what your post was referring to, and thought maybe your post was meant to distract.  Now, I understand.  No issue here.

    @ns: Do you have any facts (studies, reports, data collection) to back up your view that “democrats are more likely to get away with alleged misdeeds”?   Then again, an alleged misdeed can mean almost anything, anyone can make an allegation, and an allegation is not a guilty verdict.  Thus, it’s very difficult for me to get a handle around your statement.

    One could even make zillions of allegations against a party, (say democrats for example), then claim that the democrats get away with more allegations. Quite a self-fullfilling prophecy. But, I ramble on way too long.

    So, bottom line: Please back up your statement with substantiated facts because I am very interested in knowing the truth.

    Dezlboy August 5, 2013 - 10:14 pm #82602 Reply

    @Rick, between you and me, bzbzsammy’s comment would fit very well on ARLnow’s forums!  :-)

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