“whats your point? its a sport and there are risks, but people play it for the love of it...you don't get that far unless you do love it...
if someone doesn't want the risk, no one is making them play....”
serdelp on Nov 7, 2013 at 20:05:02
“Wow, did I hit a nerve? I never said anything about stopping football, I know most people know the risk and are willing to take them. Millions of dollars to play this came is incentive enough, oh yeah, and "the love of the game". But we are going to hear and read more and more of these stories. When two men, of their weight, clash head on with each other, over and over during the course of time, something is bound to happen and in this case it did. We are now just starting to read about this problem happening to ex football players. This won't be the only time we will hear about this, trust me. As long as there are people out there who love this sport, there will be players who will risk their lives for "the love of the game". That was my point!”
and you tried to IGNORE the facts put in front of you and try to change the subject instead of being TRUTHFUL!! your attempt to do that is pathetic and transparent.
adress the facts i gave you ,,,refute them with facts or admit they are true
and changing the subject doesnt work either...
insurance companies dont have power over customers...you can change companies!!!
With obamacare headed towards single payer, THEN citizens will have NO power like they now do. And that what you say is so horrible right?
what a load of lies your comment is...”
TiaJo on Oct 27, 2013 at 15:38:29
“The only thing that proves I am not lying is the emotional diatribe you've just assaulted me with. And, you're still excusing the behavior of the corporations in this whole fiasco. Good Day to Governor.”
“ok...you tell me what you would say with the follwoing reality :
your insurance company offers you insurance for $900.
they then tell you well the cost is REALLY $2500
do you say,...well that ok or do you say NO?????
that is exactly what is happening friend.
Obama said it would costs .9 billion
this year so far the costs are 2.3 TRILLION dollars..
A 260 PERCENT increase
you wouldnt say NO...you would say HELL NO.
and you know it.
are your politics more important to you than this reckless law.???”
TiaJo on Oct 27, 2013 at 12:48:27
“Why are you excusing the actions of the corporations and accepting that their terms are the ones you should live on and with? Why are you allowing the insurance conglomerates and corporations the power over your life and livelihood?”
“yes... and it would happen again...and if it was voted in its current form and with the REAL costs now a part of it..a lot less democrats would vote for it.”
momoftwodogs on Oct 27, 2013 at 11:21:08
“Do you actually mean REAL costs, or what your one functioning brain cell handlers at Fox told you was the real cost? The two are not the same sparky.”
qwertytoday on Oct 27, 2013 at 11:20:15
“The real "costs" are healthy Americans.
The GOP/TEA will continue their rant, they have nothing positive to present.
Those 99% of us to the left of idiocity and hypocriticalness would vote for it again.
Is there a reason why only the politicians and the wealthy should be able to afford good health. Give me Cruz missiles $20,000 policy, I'll be happy.”
TiaJo on Oct 27, 2013 at 11:16:42
“God forbid the legislators do anything of value other than saying the word NO to our economic recovery and Obama.”
DANIELISTICALL on Oct 27, 2013 at 11:13:26
“THEN,,WHY DONT YOU REPEAL IT for the 45th time???
“and since the 1600's there are milliions...yes, millions, of examples like this womans experience: how people with a faith in god have left others better than they found them. and THAT makes your statement just foolish, and somewhat pathetic.”
Pually on Oct 28, 2013 at 14:22:24
“Where are the numbers for the good done by NON believers? I can guarantee non-believers are better people than Christians.”
Hillbilly49 on Oct 28, 2013 at 08:35:56
“Let's see the Spanish Inquisition was the first faith based initiative.”
Hillbilly49 on Oct 27, 2013 at 12:26:22
“Religious folks spend less than three cents on every dollar taken in on donations to help their fellow man or animal.”
“ohhh there are more differences.... and if you want facts,...they are certainly available... this law is just bad and reckless.. it didnt start out that way, but it is now.
1.) it was supposed to cost us all less...now it costs us all more .
2). for more money, we have less coverage
3.) almost daily , it is taking away the policies that many were already very content with.
4.) it puts a much bigger burden on the taxpayer for the goverment expansion to administer it.”
bobymac on Oct 28, 2013 at 09:36:17
“I have health insurance, and mine is the same price it has been and my coverage has not changed at all. my mother who is looking to retire will be able to retire in March because her health insurance is affordable now. As for the burden on the taxpayer. I hope you understand that the people without insurance have always still gotten care, and you do know that someone paid for it right? There are two ways they have been paying for the uninsured: Through taxpayer money with charity care (or whatever your state calls it) and by charging more to the insurance companies of people who do have insurance making your rates higher. That is the way it has been, so if you worried about tax dollars paying for someone, don't worry because the ACA will actually lessen the burden of the taxpayer.
Chauncy, you only have empty rhetoric. All four of you points are inaccurate.”