“bill the millionaire's ? elucidate, if you would.
"suppose to be affordable because instantaneously expensive"
as for foreseen , I misread that , my apologies”
Newthron on Nov 30, 2013 at 22:14:52
“You sound sound and pragmatic, and at the same time I read through your words misled skepticism. The country needs a healthcare tool. For one of the richest country in the world it is a shame that its citizen can't have access to true affordable care. If the entire country had united behind this idea, the Obamacare would be in that "foreseen blunder. When some are doing all they can to kneecap it without proposing a replacement solution, you can see for yourself the kind of mess it creates.
Even though your apologies are accepted, it wasn't necessary, because I have done the same thing by anticipation. That's what happens when we argue emotions instead of ideas.”
“Unforeseen blunder ?
Why wasn't it done and ready back when? In case it hadn't been challenged.
The point was that a more complex website could be generated better, than this boondoggle WAS. And cheaper I would Imagine, with deadlines.”
Newthron on Nov 30, 2013 at 19:45:42
“You are like hoax news pundits, you show skill in the art of twisting what was once said. I write "Foreseen blunder" and you bounce back with "Unforeseen blunder."
Anyways, there is a known habit that cost a lot to taxpayers, bill the millionaires and the government more than what you would ask to anyone else. So, what is suppose to be affordable because instantaneously expensive.”
“in the age of the Internet ? I do not, nor do you.
but this IS the age of not only the internet, but the home of the whole Goddarn thing, I can get a site built with the parts listed for every make model and year of car , along with quantity in stock, cost, supplier,
sales history, fluctuation in market, profitability, and estimated end of profitable life written in less than five years. and there are a whole lot more variables than in this "Fitzall" mandatory purchase of private Insurance. Ohh yeah and I like mine, If I didn't live where I do, I wouldn't be able to Keep it.”
Newthron on Nov 28, 2013 at 13:43:27
“Yep, you definitely talk to someone who writes programs and knows that what you are referring to is an universe away from the intricate problems this site naturally generates. If selling a car was comparable as choosing a specific healthcare which includes offers and demands which themselves are subject to fluctuating prices and incomes constraint I would by your software right now, redress it and sale it to the government. Thanks for the simplistic tools that is supposed to put to shame their capacity to deal with this foreseen blunder.”
“Probably NOT but it is Just as funny, but the fact that there have been five years to develop, write, test, Re-Write, test, patch, Beta-Test, Q&A, patch, and submit for payment a Final Version, and yet still no-bid contracts were letted, and there is still no end in sight ? .
Legacy? One more half assed project for the stumbler in chief.”
Newthron on Nov 27, 2013 at 20:04:12
“Do you know without internet, how long in the making was Medicare, and how hard it was to make the constipated accept this tool? Anyways, all I know is that, why we should have expected a different outcome on such a massive project, specially when 1/3 of the country is working like havoc to kneecap it, and when the country is trying to lift himself far away from where this president found it?”
this isn't 2007 and before, we have an unloaded weapon in the whitehouse for Christ sakes.
looking for a legacy, and so far his legacy has been failure after failure and half-Completed jobs.
and really what is he going to do if they task him? Keep them after class to clap erasers?”
“There are some WILD excuses for not washing your children's Nasty butts.
I haven't seen This one yet " They cant afford to bathe", but I am fairly certain it is in there. LMAO.
we should start a new welfare fund, for the great Unwashed, to be funded by the Taxpayer.
for the unbelievably low price of just $900.00 per child per day they could be washed. and the parents wouldn't have to miss a toke on the Crack-pipe.
Parents could be absolved of ANY Responsibility for children in just a few short years, under further extensions of this program, Called the Affordable Cleanliness act. at an Initial cost of just sixteen trillion dollars, the program could be self sustaining and be profitable in about two weeks (OBAMA-SPEAK) costing the average American nothing in about five minutes. *Snark Off”
Thomas Glenn Thornton Jr on Nov 26, 2013 at 12:06:15
“" They cant afford to bathe",
I come from a long line of poverty. My great great grandmother had a saying she passed down from parent to child.
"Ain't no excuse to be dirty because a bar of soap don't cost nothing!"
It's the defining difference between poor, and poor trash.”
amandalfiala on Nov 26, 2013 at 11:37:53
“Agree with you 100%, and the "can't afford to bathe" comments are here.......becuase those 2 for $1 bars of soap are so darn expensive I guess.”
“WW-II souvenir would be a "Luger" A German Pistol, and they were famed for accidental discharge, after hard (read Combat) usage , which a souvenir would have seen.
Ruger is an American made good Quality pistol, of Good finish and fine shooting.
I think this may point out the fact that there are no "One Size" Solutions.
If I couldn't Trust the Kid with a weapon of four pounds I CERTAINLY wouldn't provide her with a 2 1/2 ton fully automatic Sport Utility Weapon, Think of the mall Targets Of opportunity?”
GoCards1978 on Nov 23, 2013 at 19:17:47
“Agreed, driller, and thanks for the info. As you can understand, I lost interest in guns in a rather dramatic fashion. Mom wasn't aware he had it because it was kept in a lockbox he had in the attic.”
“35 years chum. all mine. $288.00 is my current rate.
to change according to the web site would be $491.00.
now really I don't care we opted out (the State).
But it's not worth a LIE.
That would put ME in Obama's category.”
“what part of taking care of my own responsibilities have you NOT understood?
I have always paid my own way, always.
and I don't care what, most people do, I am not they.
I have had my policy for 35 years, bought it when I first went to the gas patch.
Iron clad Too.
cannot be cancelled for any reason as long as payment is received.
and now the Democrats are changing the rules so that wall street can make more money.
and my costs will almost double for 20% less coverage.
that is the exchange quote. $491.00 for aca 60/40, $288.00 for my current 80/20.
but at this point I may not have to change.
we may still get out from under this yet in my state.”
Scoutitout on Nov 21, 2013 at 19:26:50
“You are wrong, your policy could always have been cancelled - you just don't know it or don't want to know it - that's the way it's always been with health insurance and your policy was no diferent. I don't believe for one second that you have had the same policy for 35 years either - that's just an out and out lie, like your assertion that your premiums will double - we all know you make this up and we all know exactly why too.”
“well I dunno if you cannot read or are just dumb?
I have paid my own way, always.
NOW they wish to force upon me an exorbitant policy, and cancel my policy that fits and has a reasonable rate.
and lil scout I have NO trouble, absolutely none paying for what I want.
I put myself through college.
raised six children.
begged for nothing.
and worked 35 years in one profession.
owned several businesses before that
Its more principal than anything Else.”
Scoutitout on Nov 21, 2013 at 18:56:33
“So now suddenly you don't want to take personal responsibility for yourself then? I read what you wrote and again, boo-hoo. It's been shown over and over that your policy costs will most likely not go up - only a small fraction of people will have increases and those increases will be very low. Your policy can be cancelled at any time - that's ALWAYS been the case so quit pretending that this is anything new. Indeed, most people stay on their policy for less than two years, half for only 6 months. I don't believe your policy costs will rise enough to be a hardship for you - the facts don't bear it out.”
“Mandatory IS new, and forcing upon me a fitzall policy is new.
medicare I wont take, I fought for what will care for me.
social security? its MY money I paid it in, I'll use it as I choose.”
Scoutitout on Nov 21, 2013 at 18:42:50
“Oh boo hoo -there are all sorts of mandatory things in this life - like car insurance for example. But if you don't want to take personal responsibility for your well being and have insurance just pay the fine and then when you get sick pay cash. What's the problem with that - the fine is small”