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#31570 Jan 2, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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I do love the KKK and Hitler. I just don't like the oppressive and inhumane functions of their philosophy. You love black people, don't you Silver? If not, why?
Many believe Obama's philosophy isn't much different than Hitler's. When you look in depth, they're eerily similar.

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#31571 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Have anyone actually "looked" at the Sandy Relief Bill trying to be passed through Congress? Attached to the relief bill is millions for Amtrak, millions for the Smithsonian, millions for a project in Alaska, etc.., none of which that has anything to do with the Sandy relief! Our govt, both parties, only knows one thing, raise the taxes so they can spend, spend, spend!
And the beat goes on!
Pro, I will direct this question to you: Now that it's apparent that everyone but the people that need the relief money is standing with their hand out, including NASCAR, the shame of it all. Getting to the question now: Do people that own these homes not have homeowner's insurance? I know it's very expensive to live close to a body of water and almost dang impossible to get insurance without having to donate a kidney for it, but shouldn't the insurance companies of everyone i.e. homeowners, business owners, the city and state have insurance that would cover a good amount of these costs?

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#31572 Jan 2, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Pro I don't know how to stop these politicians from adding"pork"to these bills....I do know the"pork" pertains to projects that are popular in their home districts...usually...
Due to the dumbing down of most Americans, it's almost impossible to stop. Why? In a study done a few years ago, and I forget the actual numbers, but most Americans agreed that almost every politician should be run out of Washington on a rail but when asked about THEIR representative,, almost all agreed that their man/woman was doing a great job.

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#31573 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Many believe Obama's philosophy isn't much different than Hitler's. When you look in depth, they're eerily similar.
What makes you think that?

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#31574 Jan 2, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Pro, I will direct this question to you: Now that it's apparent that everyone but the people that need the relief money is standing with their hand out, including NASCAR, the shame of it all. Getting to the question now: Do people that own these homes not have homeowner's insurance? I know it's very expensive to live close to a body of water and almost dang impossible to get insurance without having to donate a kidney for it, but shouldn't the insurance companies of everyone i.e. homeowners, business owners, the city and state have insurance that would cover a good amount of these costs?
Silver and I had this conversation shortly after the storm. Yes, the insurance companies should be responsible for covering the losses of their customers.

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#31575 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Due to the dumbing down of most Americans, it's almost impossible to stop. Why? In a study done a few years ago, and I forget the actual numbers, but most Americans agreed that almost every politician should be run out of Washington on a rail but when asked about THEIR representative,, almost all agreed that their man/woman was doing a great job.
I agree. How anyone could keep Virginia Foxx and Patrick McHenry in the House of Representatives is beyond my comprehension. Both are do nothing obstrutionists.

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#31576 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Silver and I had this conversation shortly after the storm. Yes, the insurance companies should be responsible for covering the losses of their customers.
Who is New York and New Jersey would have flood coverage in their policy?

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#31577 Jan 2, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Who is New York and New Jersey would have flood coverage in their policy?
Who wouldn't if they lived close to the New York Harbor or near the "boardwalk" in New Jersey on the beach. Both are port cities, New York being the largest. I think it would go without saying that if you're close enough to get a storm surge of 14 feet, you need flood coverage or if you have a Port Authority that's close to your business or home, might be wise to purchase flood insurance.

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#31578 Jan 2, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Wow, you are right up there with the KKK. Are you a member?
No.

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#31579 Jan 2, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>Who is New York and New Jersey would have flood coverage in their policy?
You have to get flood insurance from the government because most private carriers will not insure that in flood prone areas like along the Mississippi River and most coastal areas.

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#31580 Jan 2, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>Who wouldn't if they lived close to the New York Harbor or near the "boardwalk" in New Jersey on the beach. Both are port cities, New York being the largest. I think it would go without saying that if you're close enough to get a storm surge of 14 feet, you need flood coverage or if you have a Port Authority that's close to your business or home, might be wise to purchase flood insurance.
Learned that from hurricane Floyd and our old beach house in Emerald Isle.

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#31581 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Many believe Obama's philosophy isn't much different than Hitler's. When you look in depth, they're eerily similar.
Obama wants to kill everyone in Russia for living space for Germans?

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#31582 Jan 2, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Due to the dumbing down of most Americans, it's almost impossible to stop. Why? In a study done a few years ago, and I forget the actual numbers, but most Americans agreed that almost every politician should be run out of Washington on a rail but when asked about THEIR representative,, almost all agreed that their man/woman was doing a great job.
That's sad, but true...

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#31583 Jan 2, 2013
Any hurricane hits Texas, Louisiana, or Florida, and its a hurricane...a hurricane hits NYC, and its a"superstorm"...figu res....

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#31584 Jan 2, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Learned that from hurricane Floyd and our old beach house in Emerald Isle.
Emerald Isle is a lovely place. Couple months ago while at the beach my dad wanted me to take him for a "ride" and we went there and I was shocked at how much it grown since the last time I was there. Oh goodness hurricane Floyd did make a mess and pretty far inland too.

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#31585 Jan 2, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Who wouldn't if they lived close to the New York Harbor or near the "boardwalk" in New Jersey on the beach. Both are port cities, New York being the largest. I think it would go without saying that if you're close enough to get a storm surge of 14 feet, you need flood coverage or if you have a Port Authority that's close to your business or home, might be wise to purchase flood insurance.
Because nothing like this has ever happened to this area, and no one dreamed that it ever would, so the people there saw no real need for flood insurance, I suppose. No one had the extra money for flood insurance. If we could look into the future to January 2, 2014 and see that our home was still intact, would we buy homeowners insurance? Nobody expects disaster to come their way. That is human nature.

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#31586 Jan 2, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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You have to get flood insurance from the government because most private carriers will not insure that in flood prone areas like along the Mississippi River and most coastal areas.
But this is New York City, which I would say was a pretty safe risk for the insurance companies. When was the last time New York City was hit with a flood of this proportion? I am sure flood insurance is offered there, but no one foresaw the need to purchase. No one sees into the future.
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#31587 Jan 2, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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But this is New York City, which I would say was a pretty safe risk for the insurance companies. When was the last time New York City was hit with a flood of this proportion? I am sure flood insurance is offered there, but no one foresaw the need to purchase. No one sees into the future.
Well, it should gave been cheap, since it floods so"seldom"there....w here i'm at, you can't get a home financed without flood insurance....

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#31588 Jan 2, 2013
Alabama.

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#31589 Jan 2, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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What makes you think that?
Just a few examples where they are eerily similar...

Hitler enforced strict gun control, which made their agenda possible and highlights the necessity of an armed populace.
Obama is for strict gun control...

Hitler praised public education,“ A fundamental reconstruction of our whole national education program” controlled by Berlin. Similar to liberals’ cradle to career ideal, Hitler established state administered early childhood development programs; “The comprehension of the concept of the State must be striven for by the school as early as the beginning of understanding."
Obama is for the same beliefs including early childhood development programs...

Hitler idealized public service and smothered private charity with public programs.
Obama is all for public/govt programs while smothering private buisnesses....

Hitler’s election platform included “an expansion on a large scale of old age welfare.” Nazi propaganda proclaimed,“No one shall go hungry! No one shall be cold!” Germany had universal healthcare and demanded that “the state be charged first with providing the opportunity for a livelihood.”
Obama would relish such a “jobs” program while instituting National Healthcare/Obamacare....

Hitler's National Socialist economics were socialist, obviously, imposing top-down economic planning and social engineering.
Obama believes in the same "top down" approach....

And the list goes on and on....

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