(all the bullshit snipped)
As usual, you don't bother to reply to the question at hand and launch into
some unrelated rhetoric. Just between you and me, did you or did you not
start with the accusations and recriminations.
Answer the question dweeb.
Thanks for the link. I'll waste no time clicking on it.
I suppose there is a possibility that it is funny, as you have
demonstrated in the past that somehere, deep-down, amongst the rubble
of misguided insanity, there lies a sense of humour.
Call it special consideration. Two friends of mine are/were cops. One
made it to Deputy Chief here in Sarnia. Photographed Angela's and my
wedding, after all he had shot some crime scenes before... He's
retired now. The other works financial crimes for the OPP. Very
interesting thing he's got there.
Bullshit! You throw personal insults all the time and try to hide them under
the protection of a 'no profanity' cloud.
As time goes on you sink deeper and deeper into a lying, deceptive shroud in
a feeble attempt to hide your deficiencies.
RE: Tim Daneliuk
Reminds me of the advice my mother gave me a long time ago:
"Son, if you are going to mess with chicken shit, you are bound to get
some on you."
Even with a kill file, it's tough to keep clean.
Horsecrap. My wife and I have employer-provided insurance, but if we left
that coverage I'd be one of those "pre-existing condition" cases, in other
words, shit out of luck. There was a documentary on PBS not long ago that
mentioned the CEO of Kaiser Permanente is in the same boat--uninsurable
outside company coverage. Got any facile advice on what people should do
when in that situation, any easy slogans?
Where a major illness doesn't raise the specter of bankruptcy, yeah,
wouldn't that be terrible.
In their mind, you should just change employers. People like Tim, and
Robots like HeyBub (who is too ashamed of his positions to post with
his real name) think people are just resources that get slotted in
wherever they are needed; whereas most people actually get jobs that
they _like_, and resent being reslotted for whatever reason or being
treated as interchangable parts in some vast machine.
It's the old Repubs favor the freedom of business to do whatever they
want, and Dems favor the freedom of individuals to do whatever they
1. I don't post with my real name because I change it often. The email
address is, however, real. If you send a polite request, I'll be pleased to
provide the name I'm using this week.
2. "Old Repubs" favor business being able to contract with a willing seller
of labor and conditions of work for an agreed on wage.
3. I agree that Dems favor freedom of individuals to do CERTAIN things
(smoke dope, marry the same sex, burn the flag, etc.) but they are, by no
means, libertarians. For example, most liberals favor a woman using a name
other than her real one (which is okay by me inasmuch as she's taking the
name of TWO men instead of the traditional one). Oops.
I read what you wrote, no more. You opined that people don't like being slotted
it makes them resentful - this in the context of a nationalized healthcare
What I said is the logical conclusion of all the above...
Healthcare is no more a right than owning a home, buying a car, or owning a
TV. Insisting that your neighbors pay for it is no different than forcing them
pay your mortgage. In this case "neighbors" mostly means younger people picking
the tab for older people. The young people mostly don't need insurance but will
be forced to do so under any government mandated plan - it's the only way to
the tab for the elders that don't want to spend their own money on healthcare.
simply are not enough wealthy people to fleece to pay for it all. Sadly, almost
liberal I know - including the relatively smart ones - cannot or will not do
thus believes you can legislate magic into existence in the face of all economic
reality. Wait until you see every 18 year old having to both sign up for the
AND buy insurance they don't need. You'll see a level of "resentment" that will
curl your hair ...
Tim Daneliuk firstname.lastname@example.org
* The Community Redevelopment Act which made it easy for anyone, even those
without a job, to own a home.
* The "Cash for Clunkers" program to help some to buy a car.
I understand "A TV in Every Pot Act" is being drafted.
Your government at work.
I'm waiting for a Granite Countertop in every Kitchen Act. And the rip
off prices they charge and obscene profits they make for this rock today
is pure greed. I'm thinking no more than $5 a square foot would be more
reasonable than the $100+ the greedy capitalist pigs charge now.
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