DARIEN: "Your sleight-of-hand comparison of the Kony video to the attack on Komen is an insult to Invisible Children. The Kony video is a humanitarian attempt to bring a murderer to justice. The attack on Komen was the use of traditional and social media by the murderers to silence an opponent and force them to continue to fund murder--orchestrated blackmail at the expense of breast cancer victims to further a political agenda of death under the rubric of women's rights. The appropriate comparison would be Kony using a viral campaign to silence Invisible Children by accusing them of racism..." wrote this in response to an opinion piece by Heather Borden Herve about the , the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army.
FAIRFIELD: "Shut the Front Door! Cannons! Now, they can stop me from firing my AK-47, or my Colt 45... but you can have my cannon when you pry it from my cold dead pirate fingers! Arrrgh!" wrote this in response to news that the Fairfield Board of Police Commissioners supports an ordinance proposed by the Police Department that would .
NORWALK: "Sen. Duff, it's great that new jobs are being added at whatever the rate but how many people are leaving the state due to the higher taxes, less services, and more government interference. And we still have a revenue shortfall! Those in power in Hartford should be embarrassed. I got a piece in the mail from you touting a jobs bill. I don't recall getting anything when you not only raised my taxes but did it retroactively! Hey but at least those people who smoke weed in CT don't have to worry anymore." wrote this in response to a post by "Local Voices" blogger Sen. Bob Duff about .
SHELTON: "I disagree on the healthcare. I was an early retiree on the Charter Oak insurance plan through the state. When it came time that I needed care I found no doctor willing to take me. All that money on monthly premiums was paid for nothing. So the care is bad for early retirees, lower income and the unemployed." wrote this in response to news