Of course, there is no way to send feedback to Facebook about their app, and it would probably crash too if you tried.
I'm ready to dump Facebook altogether.
I don't know....I think the cold war definitions of freedom and oppression may no longer be valid. Are Americans truly "free" with Obama as president? Being able to cast a vote doesn't make anyone free. being able to make and keep money and be unmolested in your daily life by the machinations of government is being free. If we actually measured "our freedom" against other people in other countries I think most Americans would totally shocked.Thoughts anyone?
Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert traveled to Oklahoma City, the state’s capitol, earlier this week with 40 other sheriffs from around the state like they do every year — to meet with politicians and lobby.
Everything was going fine in the state capitol building on Tuesday. More than that, “everybody in that building knew who we were,” Colbert told KTUL-TV in Tulsa.
“One of the senators, who they wouldn’t tell us, complained because we were armed in the building,” Colbert added to the station.
Then he said the sheriffs were given a choice — disarm or leave.
“So we all packed up and left,” Colbert told KTUL.
Colbert said he doesn’t know which senator complained, but he has his own beefs about the treatment he and his associates received.
“We’re the people that protect these people,” he told KTUL.
In addition, Colbert said politicians should be more concerned about improving state business than law enforcement officers who happen to be carrying guns.
“If the state troopers are satisfied that we’re OK in that building,” he told KTUL, “I’m pretty sure that the legislators should have something else to worry about such as the economy or something.”
While Colbert acknowledged that some lawmakers have called to apologize about the incident, the insult will be felt for a while.I have a couple of comments on this:
“Pretty sad day for me,” he told KTUL.
BizPac Review noted that a different account of the incident was reported in The Oklahoman, a paper which serves Oklahoma City.
When the sheriffs entered the Senate gallery, “the sergeant at arms asked the sheriffs to take off their guns or leave the building,” the Oklahoman said. “But a state Senate official says the sheriffs were only questioned briefly before being allowed back into the Senate gallery, still wearing their service weapons.”