OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39670 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
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And also to the truth too, apparently. I gotta go, have to go interview 20 cooks by noon...and ask them how they feel about Benghazi too...LOL
Stupid! Be sure to ask if their agenda is the same as yours. I would not want those cooks to be put in position of paying hell.
Jesse

United States

#39671 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
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And also to the truth too, apparently. I gotta go, have to go interview 20 cooks by noon...and ask them how they feel about Benghazi too...LOL


Still here I see the sasquatch breath is enough to gag a maggot.
MistyGirl

United States

#39672 May 10, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>Yes birth control is not a 100% done deal. But you go into having sex knowing this. That does not mean that abortion should be used as a birth control method! But you want that right to do away with the unborn baby but you want to other rights away from others. Go figure your thinking!
Your right of course! I don't think even engaging justaminute in conversation or debate is a good use of time and energy. She is nothing but a hack and that's just as far as it goes.

I hope all is well in your camp and that your husband is doing well. This weekend my entire family will be here and I need to go grocery shop before they start showing up after work, lol.

Have a great weekend everyone and JAG thanks for your kind words.

Tamara, happy Mother's Day to you!

Later :)
Donnie

United States

#39673 May 10, 2013
JAG wrote:
I found some information that you guys might appreciate. Benghazi happened 9/11/2012 we all know the White House, Obama, Hillary and Ambassador Rice lied to the American People. That's clear. Now remember this happened on Sept. 11, 2012 and then remember that General Carter Ham was relieved of command in October 17th or 18th, 2012 or somewhere near there. This is word for word what I have found out regarding Ham's dismissal.
The information was Gen. Carter Ham as head of Africom received the same emails the White House received requesting help/support as the attack was taking place. General Ham immediately had a rapid response unit ready & communicated to the Pentagon that had the unit ready to deploy.
General Ham then received the order to stand down. His response was "screw it", he was going to help anyhow. Within 30 seconds to a minute after making move to respond, his second in command apprehended General Ham and told him he was relieved of his command. The story continues that now General Rodriguez would take General Ham's place as the head of Africom.
This comes from several sources and fits perfectly with the timeline of events. Also remember that Rear Admiral Gaouette was relieved of duty as well in the middle of deployment which never happens. I think there is much more to know about why these men were relieve of duty. Also Gen. Petraeus who was the head of CIA and approved the original talking points made a inquiry to his deputy about the extensive revision to the talking points as he was incredulous the White House and State Department had changed the known facts. Shortly after that General Petraeus was publicly force to resign because of a affair with Paula Broadwell who was writing a book about the general.
Do you guys really believe this is all a coincidence?
Nope I never believe in coincidence.
JAG

United States

#39674 May 10, 2013
JAG wrote:
I found some information that you guys might appreciate. Benghazi happened 9/11/2012 we all know the White House, Obama, Hillary and Ambassador Rice lied to the American People. That's clear. Now remember this happened on Sept. 11, 2012 and then remember that General Carter Ham was relieved of command in October 17th or 18th, 2012 or somewhere near there. This is word for word what I have found out regarding Ham's dismissal.
The information was Gen. Carter Ham as head of Africom received the same emails the White House received requesting help/support as the attack was taking place. General Ham immediately had a rapid response unit ready & communicated to the Pentagon that had the unit ready to deploy.
General Ham then received the order to stand down. His response was "screw it", he was going to help anyhow. Within 30 seconds to a minute after making move to respond, his second in command apprehended General Ham and told him he was relieved of his command. The story continues that now General Rodriguez would take General Ham's place as the head of Africom.
This comes from several sources and fits perfectly with the timeline of events. Also remember that Rear Admiral Gaouette was relieved of duty as well in the middle of deployment which never happens. I think there is much more to know about why these men were relieve of duty. Also Gen. Petraeus who was the head of CIA and approved the original talking points made a inquiry to his deputy about the extensive revision to the talking points as he was incredulous the White House and State Department had changed the known facts. Shortly after that General Petraeus was publicly force to resign because of a affair with Paula Broadwell who was writing a book about the general.
Do you guys really believe this is all a coincidence?
Should have posted we found out(media outlets) about Gen Carter Ham's being relieved of command in October, 2012 I don't remember the exact date but I think it was approximately 17th or 18th of Oct, 2012.
Zane

United States

#39675 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
correction: word work should be wood work. lol
Boy Susan, you must have worked very hard for those words to come up with that post...Oh..the burn...I'm melting...
Bet you are too, fat people always sweat....
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39676 May 10, 2013
MistyGirl wrote:
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Your right of course! I don't think even engaging justaminute in conversation or debate is a good use of time and energy. She is nothing but a hack and that's just as far as it goes.
I hope all is well in your camp and that your husband is doing well. This weekend my entire family will be here and I need to go grocery shop before they start showing up after work, lol.
Have a great weekend everyone and JAG thanks for your kind words.
Tamara, happy Mother's Day to you!
Later :)
Happy Mother's Day back at you.
Things are good this way. A lot going on this weekend and nest with have a Grandson graduation high school. The parents of the Senior his younger brother is having a basketball game tonite and because of all going on with Graduation and my Daughter-in-law having a Mother that has bee in the hospital for the last 2 1/2 years from a car accident making her feel apart of things going on we are going out to eat after the ballgame. This is Trey's time and all attention should be on him. I am blessed that my whole family is here and I can be apart of everything. I am just so excited for Trey. He has worked hard and graduating at the top of his class. He has been accepted at OU. As you can tell I am a very proud Grandmother.

Have a great weekend!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39677 May 10, 2013
Justi is so worried about guns killing kids. I wonder if she has thought of all the kids killed by drowning in a back yard pool. Most pools today are in back yards that is barely big enough to be a back yard. Access to the pool has no protection to keep kids out. No back yard to play. Adults get busy and you know how fast a young child can take off unnoticed. Bam Sam the kids has gotten to the pool area and fell in. Either saving the kids is a close call or it is a to late situation. Now like the guns Justi wants taken away from everyone should the pools be taken out of every back yard that has no way of securing it from kids when not in use and an adult present? I actually see no difference. A child has bee harmed or killed.
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39678 May 10, 2013
Oh Tamara, a backyard pool has to have a fence around it and locked. About 15 or 20 years ago, they rewrote the law listing pools as an 'attractive hazards' to young children and teenagers. Meaning they can enter a fence that is unlocked or crawl over and the homeowner cannot even claim 'trespassing" in a lawsuit. Your also charged extra for insurance for the liability.

So another good point, have a gun in your home, you have an attractive nuisance to children. More liability insurance. Requiring a fence for a pool should be for gun owners a fortified safe to keep guns...and extra liability insurance.

Maybe they should up your health insurance since having a gun in the house, your more liable to injure yourself or others, commit suicide, domestic violence than use a gun against a bad guy. Also in home burglaries one of the most stolen items.

You seem to be looking for something Tamara but all your doing is draw attention to the fact that there is very little regulation or laws for owning a gun and the injury and death it causes.
Zane

United States

#39679 May 10, 2013
Nah she's not really worried she doing what all political hacks do agitate keep harping on the talking points. Gun control is still one of Obama's goals and that's why he wants Nancy Pelosi as speaker.
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39680 May 10, 2013
Correction: unlocked fence should be locked fence.
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39681 May 10, 2013
Zane wrote:
Nah she's not really worried she doing what all political hacks do agitate keep harping on the talking points. Gun control is still one of Obama's goals and that's why he wants Nancy Pelosi as speaker.
Or do the Benghazi boogaloo?
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39682 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
Oh Tamara, a backyard pool has to have a fence around it and locked. About 15 or 20 years ago, they rewrote the law listing pools as an 'attractive hazards' to young children and teenagers. Meaning they can enter a fence that is unlocked or crawl over and the homeowner cannot even claim 'trespassing" in a lawsuit. Your also charged extra for insurance for the liability.
So another good point, have a gun in your home, you have an attractive nuisance to children. More liability insurance. Requiring a fence for a pool should be for gun owners a fortified safe to keep guns...and extra liability insurance.
Maybe they should up your health insurance since having a gun in the house, your more liable to injure yourself or others, commit suicide, domestic violence than use a gun against a bad guy. Also in home burglaries one of the most stolen items.
You seem to be looking for something Tamara but all your doing is draw attention to the fact that there is very little regulation or laws for owning a gun and the injury and death it causes.
I sure am seeing a lot of new homes that you go out the back door and there is the pool.
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39683 May 10, 2013
Zane wrote:
Nah she's not really worried she doing what all political hacks do agitate keep harping on the talking points. Gun control is still one of Obama's goals and that's why he wants Nancy Pelosi as speaker.
Zane

You stated:

Nah she's not really worried she doing what all political hacks do agitate keep harping on the talking points.

You called Tamara a political hack!

And then you went straight for talking points yourself...

LOL another day on Topix's Bull Shit Mountain!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39684 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
Oh Tamara, a backyard pool has to have a fence around it and locked. About 15 or 20 years ago, they rewrote the law listing pools as an 'attractive hazards' to young children and teenagers. Meaning they can enter a fence that is unlocked or crawl over and the homeowner cannot even claim 'trespassing" in a lawsuit. Your also charged extra for insurance for the liability.
So another good point, have a gun in your home, you have an attractive nuisance to children. More liability insurance. Requiring a fence for a pool should be for gun owners a fortified safe to keep guns...and extra liability insurance.
Maybe they should up your health insurance since having a gun in the house, your more liable to injure yourself or others, commit suicide, domestic violence than use a gun against a bad guy. Also in home burglaries one of the most stolen items.
You seem to be looking for something Tamara but all your doing is draw attention to the fact that there is very little regulation or laws for owning a gun and the injury and death it causes.
You don't say that your liability insurance is higher if you have a pool! Had a pool for years. But there was a 8ft wood fence completely around the whole pool and you did not walk out the back door into the pool. Gates were locked at all times if we were not in the pool area. Yes still our liability was higher. Our pool was fenced separate from the play area of our yard! In town pools in back yards are not fenced separately from the back yard they are in. Seeing them go in every day. The fact is our is register when we bought them because of our back ground check. Also if you have a gun license it is a given you probably have a gun or more and that you went in for training and tests. So deary if every one that sold a good had to do the paper work for a back ground check on the person buying the gun then there would be records. But the back ground check will not tell anyone if the person buying the gun is a responsible person. Do you not get that point for some reason?

Now tell me again that new pools going in peoples back yards are fenced separately in that backyard! There maybe a fence around the whole backyard but they will not be fenced within a fence!
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39685 May 10, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>I sure am seeing a lot of new homes that you go out the back door and there is the pool.
Well if there is no fence, you can complain to the city. I think the code is newer homes are even required to have a second fence around the pool area only.

In state's like Nevada and Florida, they had a serious problem with foreclosed homes with pools. The Banks had quite a few lawsuits since their the owner now. That's why they bulldozed the homes and filled the pools. A home owner's association pool by my parent's house went out of business and the city forced them to fill the pool in and pack it before closing. And until the pool was filled in they put up a lot of barb wire since no one was on site to check on it.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#39686 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
<quoted text>
Well if there is no fence, you can complain to the city. I think the code is newer homes are even required to have a second fence around the pool area only.
In state's like Nevada and Florida, they had a serious problem with foreclosed homes with pools. The Banks had quite a few lawsuits since their the owner now. That's why they bulldozed the homes and filled the pools. A home owner's association pool by my parent's house went out of business and the city forced them to fill the pool in and pack it before closing. And until the pool was filled in they put up a lot of barb wire since no one was on site to check on it.
First of all Kiddo we are talking about homes here in Oklahoma where we live. At least I do. You copy/past the law say pools have to be fenced with in a fence. Then I will concede.
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#39687 May 10, 2013
Anybody see the Daily Oklahoma today?

In honor of Mother's day they released the World ranking of health and well being of Mother's and Children..

Guess where we rank in the world?

The top 10?

No, not even close.

The US is ranked 68th...

And before you say all those abortions....Obamacare..rantin gs.

Sorry, all of the top 10 have national health care, sex ed, legal abortions, good schools....

Things they don't have: the NRA, a Military biggest in the world, to big to fail banks, profit over people mentality, or the delusion that corporations should make 1,000% more that their employees.

Happy Mother's Day!
Zane

United States

#39688 May 10, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
Anybody see the Daily Oklahoma today?
In honor of Mother's day they released the World ranking of health and well being of Mother's and Children..
Guess where we rank in the world?
The top 10?
No, not even close.
The US is ranked 68th...
And before you say all those abortions....Obamacare..rantin gs.
Sorry, all of the top 10 have national health care, sex ed, legal abortions, good schools....
Things they don't have: the NRA, a Military biggest in the world, to big to fail banks, profit over people mentality, or the delusion that corporations should make 1,000% more that their employees.
Happy Mother's Day!
Bullshit. We all will have a moment of silence for the baby you killed 30 yrs ago.
Zane

United States

#39689 May 10, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>First of all Kiddo we are talking about homes here in Oklahoma where we live. At least I do. You copy/past the law say pools have to be fenced with in a fence. Then I will concede.
Tamara I want you to know justaliar lied again when she said I called you a hack. I never said any such thing she knows all of us knows she's a hack and I called her a hack, plain and simple. Just wanted to set the record straight if there was any question.

Misty said it first but I wanted to say Happy Mother's Day to you. I think your kids and grandkids were blessed to have you in their lives. I feel that way about MistyGirl too. Both you women are fine wives, mothers and grandmothers, I have no doubt.

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