Gun Control Under Obama
Pale Rider

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#7194 Oct 12, 2013
Now that ObamaCare is the law!

When will Obama ban certain kinds of guns?

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#7195 Oct 12, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Now that ObamaCare is the law!
When will Obama ban certain kinds of guns?
Obamacare isn't the law yet and that doesn't happen until Jan 1, 2014 which the only thing now is open enrollment and your Obamcare health insurance policies won't start until Jan 1, 2014 but the Insurance companies can still deny people coverage with pre-existing conditions until Jan 1, 2014.
Pale Rider

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#7196 Oct 12, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Obamacare isn't the law yet and that doesn't happen until Jan 1, 2014 which the only thing now is open enrollment and your Obamcare health insurance policies won't start until Jan 1, 2014 but the Insurance companies can still deny people coverage with pre-existing conditions until Jan 1, 2014.
Setting the record straight! I thought it was law 10/1/13. Good to see you on here, Indy.
Pale Rider

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#7197 Oct 12, 2013
Indy, I did see this, TC PR

http://obamacarefacts.com/obamacare-2013.php

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#7198 Oct 12, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Indy, I did see this, TC PR
http://obamacarefacts.com/obamacare-2013.php
your link you posted explains what I meant about Obamacare that a bulk of the law's provisions in the law don't go into place until 2014 and here is an excerpt from the link I posted below

ObamaCare 2013 Moving Forward

Almost 50 million Americans still lack health coverage despite the fact that ObamaCare continues to help provide an increasing amount of Americans with access to affordable, quality health insurance. Although the bulk of the law's provisions in the law don't go into place until 2014, 2013 will be one of the most important years in ObamaCare's history. There is a lot on the table and a lot at stake. ObamaCare's 2013 will be the year we get our first good look at how Medicaid Expansion and the ObamaCare Insurance Marketplaces will work (two health care reform's biggest programs.)

http://obamacarefacts.com/obamacare-2013.php
Pale Rider

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#7199 Oct 12, 2013
Indy, did you read anywhere that Obama could assemble a 4000 man Private Army under ObamaCare? Do you have any info on that?

You are like a fact finding machine.

I thought I read you were not from the Circle City, is that correct? I take it, you are from Ohio?

Have you ever been out, I think East of Zanesville. I got on a bus to travel on some old strip mine land to photograph some wild animals. Now in the back end, it is one Hell of a rough ride. I think I seen some different kind of deer, some hippo, I think, maybe some camels, giraffes. I think I was expecting to see lions, tigers, cape buffalo, elephants. But to be truthful, I have no idea all of the wild game they do have. Have you seen it? It is off I-70 I think. I think I came off I-77. I had been in West Virginia, over in the Beckley area, at New River Gorge!

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#7201 Oct 14, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Now that ObamaCare is the law!
When will Obama ban certain kinds of guns?
He might wish he were Caesar but he's not you dumbass!
Pale Rider

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#7202 Oct 14, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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He might wish he were Caesar but he's not you dumbass!
How about Hitler for you? Are you one of those foolish Tea Party members?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#7203 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Indy, did you read anywhere that Obama could assemble a 4000 man Private Army under ObamaCare? Do you have any info on that?
You are like a fact finding machine.
I thought I read you were not from the Circle City, is that correct? I take it, you are from Ohio?
Have you ever been out, I think East of Zanesville. I got on a bus to travel on some old strip mine land to photograph some wild animals. Now in the back end, it is one Hell of a rough ride. I think I seen some different kind of deer, some hippo, I think, maybe some camels, giraffes. I think I was expecting to see lions, tigers, cape buffalo, elephants. But to be truthful, I have no idea all of the wild game they do have. Have you seen it? It is off I-70 I think. I think I came off I-77. I had been in West Virginia, over in the Beckley area, at New River Gorge!
It is called the wilds, and is on gifted land from peabody coal company. The Wilds are affiliated with the columbus zoo.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#7204 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
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How about Hitler for you? Are you one of those foolish Tea Party members?
lady you are a clueless chump.

Pay attention and watch.

Your Obama has been identified by all world leaders and 1/2 the American population as an affirmative action failure.

Even his past press secretary is taking shots at the man child.

PS: expect an amendment signed in 2014 that eliminates Obamacare.

Exactly how are you going to pay the $4000 deductible on your free healthcare every year?

We all know hooking won't provide you anything but wet panties because nobody pays. You accept WIC coupons?

Since: Aug 11

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#7205 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Indy, did you read anywhere that Obama could assemble a 4000 man Private Army under ObamaCare? Do you have any info on that?
You are like a fact finding machine.
I thought I read you were not from the Circle City, is that correct? I take it, you are from Ohio?
Have you ever been out, I think East of Zanesville. I got on a bus to travel on some old strip mine land to photograph some wild animals. Now in the back end, it is one Hell of a rough ride. I think I seen some different kind of deer, some hippo, I think, maybe some camels, giraffes. I think I was expecting to see lions, tigers, cape buffalo, elephants. But to be truthful, I have no idea all of the wild game they do have. Have you seen it? It is off I-70 I think. I think I came off I-77. I had been in West Virginia, over in the Beckley area, at New River Gorge!
oh yeah I been past Zanesville, Ohio and I spent alot of time over there in Southeast Ohio(St Slairsville, Ohio to Marietta, Ohio) and know the area besides seen all the Ground AEP owns and use now as recreational areas and the ground that was turned into an Wild Animal Sanctuary Called the Wilds and I also have seen the Bucket off the Big Muskee they called the Dragline that was used to strip mine the area there in Southeast Ohio and the Bucket the only thing left of Big Muskee which is off State Road 78 and that Bucket is Big.

Miner's Memorial

http://www.aep.com/environment/conservation/r...

The Wilds

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wilds
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#7206 Oct 15, 2013
Healthcare reform.

Affordable healthcare act.

is a $4000 a year deductible on policy affordable?
how about $8000 for a family?

$8000 annually exceeds 1/2 the income of the posting loons on this site, and they think they are winning.

you drink tiger blood with Charlie as well?

What has occurred is you loons empowered the federal government to threaten you with your life. Now they control your housing, food, and healthcare.

How does it feel to be a slave in what is supposed to be a free country?

How does it feel to know that when the rubber meets the road, that you are expendable for political favors?

even the Unions have now realized they were duped, and union members are not the sharpest tool in the box.

When will the remainder of you slaves realize you are a pawn to power for Chicago thugs?

I can't quit laughing at the sheer stupidity of millions. Those same people will re-elect the masters to whip them again and again.

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#7207 Oct 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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It is called the wilds, and is on gifted land from peabody coal company. The Wilds are affiliated with the columbus zoo.
The Wilds was originally created as a partnership with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the Ohio Department of Development, the Ohio zoological parks, and companies in the private sector in 1984. While the Wilds was an organization on paper, however, it was not until 1986 that they received the land they now own as a gift from the Central Ohio Coal Company(AEP)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wilds

Central Ohio Coal Company

The Central Ohio Coal Company, once a subsidiary of American Electric Power, is now a subsidiary of CONSOL Energy. At one time, they owned and operated the Big Muskie in the Cumberland, Ohio area. They were responsible for fueling the AEP Muskingum River Power Plant at Relief, Ohio.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Ohio_Coa...
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#7208 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
How about Hitler for you? Are you one of those foolish Tea Party members?
Hitler was gay, so he voted liberal for extra rights.
Pale Rider

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#7209 Oct 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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It is called the wilds, and is on gifted land from peabody coal company. The Wilds are affiliated with the columbus zoo.
That is it Reality, I could have looked up the name like you did. I guess you have been in Africa on a real Safari, hunting bull elephant with a double barrel .458.

I suppose you have put your 12' flat bottom away. Did you catch any nice catfish, this year, with your cane pole?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#7210 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
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That is it Reality, I could have looked up the name like you did. I guess you have been in Africa on a real Safari, hunting bull elephant with a double barrel .458.
I suppose you have put your 12' flat bottom away. Did you catch any nice catfish, this year, with your cane pole?
there are sunset dinners and tours available at the Wilds.

Quite nice, and fair at $150 a person. Participated multiple times in the event, and sponsor the Columbus Zoo with membership.

In regards to fishing, it was fair last week.

Next week another chance. Boat is not removed from water till mid-November. As long as insulated by the water it will not freeze. I will need to have it winterized prior to trailering home though.

Your confusion with cane pole, and down rigger rods must be sexual. Down rigger rods with line counter reels offer precise lure presentation.

Your lure must attract cane poles.
Pale Rider

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#7211 Oct 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
there are sunset dinners and tours available at the Wilds.
Quite nice, and fair at $150 a person. Participated multiple times in the event, and sponsor the Columbus Zoo with membership.
In regards to fishing, it was fair last week.
Next week another chance. Boat is not removed from water till mid-November. As long as insulated by the water it will not freeze. I will need to have it winterized prior to trailering home though.
Your confusion with cane pole, and down rigger rods must be sexual. Down rigger rods with line counter reels offer precise lure presentation.
Your lure must attract cane poles.
You always put your "I am rich" spin on everything. Most people that have plenty, try to be like the average American. Those like you, brag, like you own the world. What good do you get from it? Most people just laugh at you.
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#7212 Oct 15, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>oh yeah I been past Zanesville, Ohio and I spent alot of time over there in Southeast Ohio(St Slairsville, Ohio to Marietta, Ohio) and know the area besides seen all the Ground AEP owns and use now as recreational areas and the ground that was turned into an Wild Animal Sanctuary Called the Wilds and I also have seen the Bucket off the Big Muskee they called the Dragline that was used to strip mine the area there in Southeast Ohio and the Bucket the only thing left of Big Muskee which is off State Road 78 and that Bucket is Big.
Miner's Memorial
http://www.aep.com/environment/conservation/r...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wilds
I looked up the Big Muskie on YouTube, that would have been something to see. The closest I was to one of those draglines was over south of Terre Haute Indiana. There is strip mining over there, also signs of old strip mining, small lakes everywhere. I suppose back in the early days of strip mining, and from what I have seen, no recalmation efforts or law to enforce reclamation in those days. I don't want to leave you with the impression, I was up close to one of these big machines, it was from a fairly long distance off. In fact, I was with a friend that lived in Terre Haute, or I would have had no idea, strip mining was in the area south of Riley.

Were you ever over to Rudds Christmas Farm near Portsmouth? It went out of business, due to health. I believe it was the largest Christmas display in Ohio, it was a sight to see, it looked like a mountain lit up. Your posts are always good to read. If I am in the area, I would like to stop in to see the Miners Museum.

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#7213 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
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I looked up the Big Muskie on YouTube, that would have been something to see. The closest I was to one of those draglines was over south of Terre Haute Indiana. There is strip mining over there, also signs of old strip mining, small lakes everywhere. I suppose back in the early days of strip mining, and from what I have seen, no recalmation efforts or law to enforce reclamation in those days. I don't want to leave you with the impression, I was up close to one of these big machines, it was from a fairly long distance off. In fact, I was with a friend that lived in Terre Haute, or I would have had no idea, strip mining was in the area south of Riley.
Were you ever over to Rudds Christmas Farm near Portsmouth? It went out of business, due to health. I believe it was the largest Christmas display in Ohio, it was a sight to see, it looked like a mountain lit up. Your posts are always good to read. If I am in the area, I would like to stop in to see the Miners Museum.
Since you said that there is a drag line down by Terre Haute Indiana in operation which I believe it was showed on the History Channel's Modern Marvels titled Earthmovers but no I never was over to Rudds Christmas Farm Near Portsmouth OH but I bet it was a sight to see as if the mountian was lit up and I know where you are talking about because Portsmouth, OH is part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway as it is called there in Ohio along the Ohio River.

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#7214 Oct 15, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I looked up the Big Muskie on YouTube, that would have been something to see. The closest I was to one of those draglines was over south of Terre Haute Indiana. There is strip mining over there, also signs of old strip mining, small lakes everywhere. I suppose back in the early days of strip mining, and from what I have seen, no recalmation efforts or law to enforce reclamation in those days. I don't want to leave you with the impression, I was up close to one of these big machines, it was from a fairly long distance off. In fact, I was with a friend that lived in Terre Haute, or I would have had no idea, strip mining was in the area south of Riley.
Were you ever over to Rudds Christmas Farm near Portsmouth? It went out of business, due to health. I believe it was the largest Christmas display in Ohio, it was a sight to see, it looked like a mountain lit up. Your posts are always good to read. If I am in the area, I would like to stop in to see the Miners Museum.
Another thing if you ever go down to Miners' Memorial Park, in Bristol, OH 43756 and see the Bucket of Big Muskee just seeing the size of the chain links that are attached to the Bucket will blow your mind.

Google Map of Bristol OH

https://maps.google.com/maps...

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