@whitney wilson@twitter Well isn't prohibiting people from buying alcohol and cigarettes moral policing? What is too much moral policing?
@Kevin Knox@facebook The medal is coming from you? Will you be paying for the medal and shipping?
@whitney wilson@twitter Should we allow people on food stamps to buy alcohol and cigarettes?
@whitney wilson@twitter Your parents morally policed you when you spent their money, right? Why can't I morally police people that are spending my tax dollars?
@Caroline Delbert@twitter Scarcasm is not either.
@Faintly Macabre It doesn't seem to be a moral quandary but more a fashionable trend that is considered *wink wink* cool and appropriate by a certain segment of post-collegiate society.
@e You're taking my comments out of context. If you read that comments I was responding to you will have a better understanding of my comments.
@MissMushkila Society is people. People are paying for your food stamps. Your parents are paying for your food stamps with their taxes. So you are taking money from your parents.
@Faintly Macabre I'm not sure what you are asking me.
@Caroline Delbert@twitter Inflammatory? I don't think I've used a explanation point or all caps in any of my comments. I simply strongly disagree with this commenter and many others. Are comments only for people who agree on a subject? There is no room for debate?