Saul T. Knutts 
Member since Feb 19, 2012


Saul's just zis guy, you know?


Recent Comments

Re: “Gunman arrested in McNair Elementary shooting

"From the description reported on the WSB website the gunman could be an NRA poster child..."

The suspect was charged, among other things, with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (also from WSB/AJC). Pretty sure gun rights for convicted felons isn't part of the NRA platform. At least, it wasn't brought up at the last propaganda meeting I attended (of course, I might not have been able to hear it over all the gunfire and mouth-breathing).

So it was illegal for this fellow to even have a firearm, and illegal for him to carry it onto school property. Not to mention illegal to hold a lady hostage and shoot at cops (or anyone, for that matter). What we clearly need are more laws.

"Crazy is crazy."

Amen, brother. And as a side note, it sounds like you've met some of my ex-girlfriends. ;-)

5 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Saul T. Knutts on 08/20/2013 at 10:18 PM

Re: “House dems want to be the boss of your man parts

"the 'preventing unwanted pregnancy' part is in probably in reference to male options"

That's kind of my point. The whole thing is based on a non sequitur.

Still delightfully clever, though.

Posted by Saul T. Knutts on 02/21/2012 at 2:14 PM

Re: “House dems want to be the boss of your man parts

Just to nit-pick, abortion isn't exactly *preventing* unwanted pregnancy, it's *ending* it. I don't see where the House GOP is trying to prevent a woman from having an IUD or getting her tubes tied ... or are they? That's s'posed to be the job of the Catholic Church.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Saul T. Knutts on 02/21/2012 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Say goodbye to TexGfield

The First Amendment has nothing to do with it. You're not the government arresting people -- you're a private citizen deciding who can and can't post on your website. Just as I can't walk into your living room and say whatever I want, I can't do it on your website either. You can ban whomever you want for whatever reason (or lack thereof) suits your fancy, so ban away say I.

It irks me that people think they can say whatever they want whenever they want because of "free speech," and that they don't have to face consequences in the free market.

8 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Saul T. Knutts on 02/21/2012 at 1:15 PM

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