Who do you support for Governor in Tennessee in 2010?

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Overtaxed

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Honestly wrote:
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The average family practioner makes about $150-200 thousand dollars a year. seeing 40-60 patients a day. Is that your 1%---What about warren, Sorros, Bill Gates, Obama and all his cornies. You dem/lib wits say only the wealthy has insurance. you LIE.Up until OBama Care, only about 30 million people did not have insurance and a large majority of that was ILLEGALS IMMIGRANTS (APPROX. 20 MILLION)
you DEM/LIB WITS are just a bunch of liars for a cause. Other people are beginning to find this out and tune you out.
Part of the 1%? No, but not too shabby when you consider that the average American family with TWO people working makes around 50K. So this doctor makes 3 to 4 times what TWO incomes provide for a family.
Everyone wants a doctor to be well compensated for his or her education and competence, but you make it sound like an "average family practioner" is on the bread line. In this economy. 150-200k is a pretty substantial salary.
Then this "only about 30 million people did not have insurance" ONLY 30 million. Naturally, that doesn't matter to you right ? You aren't one of those 30 million. Let me clue ya, when a person is laid off, they no longer have insurance, and we have a LOT of unemployed Americans. That just might explain the increase in that 30 million number don't you think ? Or don't you do that ?

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According to a new report by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Institute (GAI), President Barack Obama has spent over twice as many hours on vacation and golf - 976 hours - as he has in economic meetings of any kind - 474.4 hours.

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In the la-la world of man-made global warming....

2013: Second Coldest Start To Spring In US History

According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well.

Apparently, this will not occur overnight, Yuri Nagovitsyn of the Pulkovo Observatory, says.

“Journalists say the entire process is very simple: once solar activity declines, the temperature drops. But besides solar activity, the climate is influenced by other factors, including the lithosphere, the atmosphere, the ocean, the glaciers. The share of solar activity in climate change is only 20%. This means that sun’s activity could trigger certain changes whereas the actual climate changing process takes place on the Earth”.

Solar activity follows different cycles, including an 11-year cycle, a 90-year cycle and a 200-year cycle. Yuri Nagovitsyn comments.

“Evidently, solar activity is on the decrease. The 11-year cycle doesn’t bring about considerable climate change – only 1-2%. The impact of the 200-year cycle is greater – up to 50%. In this respect, we could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years. The period of low solar activity could start in 2030-2040 but it won’t be as pervasive as in the late 17th century
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Global Warming & Cooling Cycles...imagine that.
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Nuh_ wrote:
According to a new report by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Institute (GAI), President Barack Obama has spent over twice as many hours on vacation and golf - 976 hours - as he has in economic meetings of any kind - 474.4 hours.
Very good point........and less time starting wars over non existent WMD's, spilling American blood, paying for bombs with our nations credit card, ect., ect..

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Let me clue ya, when a person is laid off, they no longer have insurance, and we have a LOT of unemployed Americans. That just might explain the increase in that 30 million number don't you think ? Or don't you do that ?
There is COBRA - but, alas, to socialists people shouldn't have to actually pay for their own needs...the gubmint ought to do that.

Oh, about all those unemployed...GREAT NEWS!!!

The Obama/Biden "Recovery Summer 2010" + 3 Years is just around the corner! So, even though Obama's best unemployment numbers have never been as good as Bush's worst - there is light at the end of the tunnel!
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The democrats have created another bubble - which like the housing bubble - is about to burst. This time it is student loans. For perspective, there is more money tied up in outstanding student loans than all the credit card debt in this country, over a trillion.
And like the housing bubble it was created by allowing the gubmint to guarantee student loans with no oversight of the borrower's ability to pay it off. Young Americans have been seduced into borrowing amounts they can never pay off. One anecdotal report has a woman owing over $250,000 in order to get a degree in Social Work, so she can "help society." She will never pay it off.
What you may not know is that in 2009 Obama and the Dems took control of student loans from those evil bankers and we are on the hook for billions, or more.
And all this happened since 2006 right ?
I guess we shouldn't help kids go to college, after all, they can all get one of those good jobs at McDonalds, or maybe Wal-mart where they make enough to qualify for food stamps and need government subsidized healthcare. Yes sir...that's the ticket to a middle class life ! Then there will be more of those folks "conservatives" can gripe about whenever the Federal Budget is mentioned.
Let's see, "conservatives" hate welfare, the social safety net, unions which drive up wages, minimum wage raises, and now government subsidized student loans which might just keep kids from needing any of those ! Priceless !
Overtaxed

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Nuh_ wrote:
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There is COBRA - but, alas, to socialists people shouldn't have to actually pay for their own needs...the gubmint ought to do that.
Oh, about all those unemployed...GREAT NEWS!!!
The Obama/Biden "Recovery Summer 2010" + 3 Years is just around the corner! So, even though Obama's best unemployment numbers have never been as good as Bush's worst - there is light at the end of the tunnel!
Ever check the price ? Try to pay that and all the other bills on an unemployment check.
Oh I forgot all of you conservatives are LOADED !
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<quoted text> Part of the 1%? No, but not too shabby when you consider that the average American family with TWO people working makes around 50K. So this doctor makes 3 to 4 times what TWO incomes provide for a family.
Everyone wants a doctor to be well compensated for his or her education and competence, but you make it sound like an "average family practioner" is on the bread line. In this economy. 150-200k is a pretty substantial salary.
Then this "only about 30 million people did not have insurance" ONLY 30 million. Naturally, that doesn't matter to you right ? You aren't one of those 30 million. Let me clue ya, when a person is laid off, they no longer have insurance, and we have a LOT of unemployed Americans. That just might explain the increase in that 30 million number don't you think ? Or don't you do that ?
yeah and who is responsible for the layoffs. Wait ----I know George Bush-----Ouweeeeeeeeee. All you are worried about is that someone who took 25 years of their life to study in order to become a DR. and is making more money than you or the average person who usually has no further eduction than that of high school. That is the problem with the dem/lib wits movement. We need everybody to be equal. Then get out and work for it and if you need more get out and get an education.
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To Sassy:

I had inadvertantly accused Dunlapian of something he did not do. My appologies to you and him. It was overtaxed who was crying.

My post was on page 3511 middle of page starting out with "Give me a break--"

His response was on 3512 close to the top of the page.

No I was not crying about being called stupid. I have been called a lot worse..
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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>No, you are wrong again!
Yes, I went back and looked it up,,, I apologize to you..,,,
Overtaxed

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yeah and who is responsible for the layoffs. Wait ----I know George Bush-----Ouweeeeeeeeee. All you are worried about is that someone who took 25 years of their life to study in order to become a DR. and is making more money than you or the average person who usually has no further eduction than that of high school. That is the problem with the dem/lib wits movement. We need everybody to be equal. Then get out and work for it and if you need more get out and get an education.
Everyone who subscribed to "free trade" and globalization, along with American consumers who are the consumers of cheap Chinese junk imports, are responsible for the layoffs. SOOOO that includes members of both parties.
BTW, I wouldn't trust a person who took 25 years to become a doctor. And, for the record, you have no earthly idea how much I make a year, nor is that any of your business.
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Has it ever occurred to you that others wonder about your IQ? Your last sentence rings a bell though. We had a previous poster who was quite nasty against liberals and guess what was at the end of their post, "is that all you got". Coincidence? Somehow I don't think so. When handles are constantly changed, it's hard to see who is who, however the sentence structure and especially the phrases can pop up. Are you going to deny that poster is you?
I don't change my handle. I want you to know it is ME
Overtaxed

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To Sassy:
I had inadvertantly accused Dunlapian of something he did not do. My appologies to you and him. It was overtaxed who was crying.
My post was on page 3511 middle of page starting out with "Give me a break--"
His response was on 3512 close to the top of the page.
No I was not crying about being called stupid. I have been called a lot worse..
You called me "supid" !
You may have been called worse, but not by me.
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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, Honestly I did understand the object of your post and my reply was that the Drs. would have to hire more NP's, clerks, office space ect.
What I did not add but maybe I should of added was this would also help out with the unemployment, more money flowing in our economy which would help every business.
Now your issue with the Union and who I worked for is so far out......it's not even in the ballpark.
Been on both sides of the Union, I Understand how they work. Yes, the Dr. probably could increase hi/her staff, hire nurse practitioners to help. Liability would go though the roof, the gov is paying less... Why go through the stress. Just like a manufacturing company. Why should I increase my employees when I don't know what is coming down the road. That is a little reckless to me
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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, Honestly I did understand the object of your post and my reply was that the Drs. would have to hire more NP's, clerks, office space ect.
What I did not add but maybe I should of added was this would also help out with the unemployment, more money flowing in our economy which would help every business.
Now your issue with the Union and who I worked for is so far out......it's not even in the ballpark.
"Yes, Honestly I did understand the object of your post and my reply was that the Drs. would have to hire more NP's, clerks, office space ect. " An have the gov. pay them less for seeing the sick... I bet they will not do it. What do you think.
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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>If this were a game of Chess, that would be "Checkmate".
do yu play chess?

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<quoted text> And all this happened since 2006 right ?
I guess we shouldn't help kids go to college, after all, they can all get one of those good jobs at McDonalds, or maybe Wal-mart where they make enough to qualify for food stamps and need government subsidized healthcare. Yes sir...that's the ticket to a middle class life ! Then there will be more of those folks "conservatives" can gripe about whenever the Federal Budget is mentioned.
Let's see, "conservatives" hate welfare, the social safety net, unions which drive up wages, minimum wage raises, and now government subsidized student loans which might just keep kids from needing any of those ! Priceless !
How about the younglings WORK through college? Yes, it sucks, yes - it's difficult, yes - it takes longer, but...they get an education borne by their own hand AND come out the other end without debt.
Dunlapian

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Yes, I went back and looked it up,,, I apologize to you..,,,
Well thank-you very much for stepping up to the plate, and I accept.
Honestly, I know we all make mistakes, myself included, we are all human and that is the way God made us........but even God is still improving on us.
No one on this Forum is correct all of the time, but one thing we all are, all of the time, is the fact that we are all Americans.
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<quoted text> No, it was Nixon. You don't know your history very well.
Are you sure you don't want to rethink that comment about arms for Iran ?
BTW, I don't consider the ability for a poor person to access the healthcare system or have food to eat to be "trinkets" but if they are, there are plenty of Republicans I know, who need those trinkets just as much as the Dems do..
Yes, you were right! and Yes it is a shame that the people of the US think more about poor countries abroad that here. BUT wait,, Maybe it is because the very poor here don't want any real help. A few years ago, I and others help secure a nice home for a family. Within a year, the home was almost dilapidated, the yard was a mess with old rusty vehicles, etc. My point is you can lead some people out of poverty but you cannot take poverty out of them in most cases. They know no better and are completely comfortable with (example)'cats walking across the breakfast dishes'. For the people who want to be helped , get educated to where they can pull themselves from the pool of the poor and be a productive part of society. You and your bunch of dem/lib wits on the other hand want to give them everything thus you just simply keep kicking them back in that pool. Yeah, I had rather be on my side.
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Sheila Jackson Lee, one of the DUMBEST creatures to ever haunt the halls of congress, took a $24K around the world trip at taxpayer’s expense.

“The House Committee on the Judiciary reported Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) traveled around the world on an official trip in February that cost $23,646. The February 16-22 trip on commercial flights was to Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee did not travel over or back with CODEL Landrieu that included several members of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption. The delegation was to meet with local community leaders, adoption officials, and other government officials, such as the Vietnamese Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee took commercial flights over and caught up with the delegation in Seoul, South Korea. After visiting South Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia she then left the delegation early for her return commercial fight through Frankfurt Germany.

The trip costs included $19,970 for transportation,$1,292 for per diem, and $2,385 for other purposes.”

I’m movin on up!
To the east side,
I finally got a
piece of the pie.

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