Tuesday March 11, 2014
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Just look her up on the county website then check Trulia or Realtor dot com.
If you guys spent more time thinking instead of...but I digress.
We need as many people as possible of all ages and walks of life to do their research and vote. That is what will change election outcomes. More voices. Perhaps not in my lifetime, but I keep hoping! And I hope you reconsider and register and then vote in the next election, John.
Hmm. Seems to me most of these people who are regulars on the message boards would already have been banned!
Ms. Shulman, Thank you for your letter. You are definitely not alone in feeling shame over Brenda Barton's words. She doesn't represent my views at all...but since she was elected by a majority of voters she does, unfortunately, represent my district.
And so it goes...
I know that "teabagger" has nothing to do with pot. Don't know where you got the idea the terms were connected.
Liberals may have used the term to insult Tea Party members at the last election, but Conservatives and Moderates and everyone else all had their own terms of insult for those with a different point of view, too.
Ignore the name-calling. It is so much healthier.
We do live in different worlds, Pat.
I believe in medical marijuana use. The "don't knock it till you've tried it" thing. Whatever works!
I am not a member of, nor would ever be a member of, "the Tea Party." Or any other party, for that matter. Independence is good!
I don't care what others want to do as long as they are decent human beings and I'd wager many people think they don't know any gay people...guess again, folks.
But, yes, I do get your drift.
Ditto what she said!
Heavens! No one would have known had you not told us! We all believed "teabagger" meant a member of the tea party! I'll warrant that 99.9% of people still believe that.
"One day it may be the only thing that helps you."
Exactly. My sister in law's mother was on morphine for 15 years for her excruciating pain. I saw her at a grand niece's birthday party in April and could not believe she was the same person. Who is to say what works for one cannot for another?
I am curious, where did you get the info that you have to cover your grandchildren? Even if they were your own children under 26, you don't have to cover them. I just looked it up. Sign them up under the Affordable Care Act or a State plan for kids.
Also, I understand completely your frustration about pre-existing conditions and cost. I've been a good, reliable tax-payer my whole life without getting breaks others do. I pay nearly $1000 per month for an individual policy with an extremely high - the highest actually - deductible and no specialists covered. With Medicare a few years away, I'll be online applying for a plan under the Affordable Care Act in October.
Go to healthcare.gov and research your options under the Act. You may be pleasantly surprised.
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