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Old 10-30-2012, 10:06 PM   #18221
 
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Ok so I was reading up on a presidential candidate and so far what I have tea it seems that they want government to butt out as much as possible. For example they want healthcare to be competitive and Obamacare repealed. However if its competitive won't that really screw some consumers over? Even energy consumption they are like butt out and not to give subsidies to those who invest in other types of energy. Idk. Little confused right now....
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Ok so I was reading up on a presidential candidate and so far what I have tea it seems that they want government to butt out as much as possible. For example they want healthcare to be competitive and Obamacare repealed. However if its competitive won't that really screw some consumers over? Even energy consumption they are like butt out and not to give subsidies to those who invest in other types of energy. Idk. Little confused right now....
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Essentially wouldn't making insurance prices transparent and competitive put some at a disadvantage if the price for decent insurance is already high? My second question is taking away subsidies and other federal funds for those who want to try to use greener and more sustainable energy kinda messed up? I think those were my 2 main questions
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:40 PM   #18223
 
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Ok so I was reading up on a presidential candidate and so far what I have tea it seems that they want government to butt out as much as possible. For example they want healthcare to be competitive and Obamacare repealed. However if its competitive won't that really screw some consumers over? Even energy consumption they are like butt out and not to give subsidies to those who invest in other types of energy. Idk. Little confused right now....
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Essentially wouldn't making insurance prices transparent and competitive put some at a disadvantage if the price for decent insurance is already high? My second question is taking away subsidies and other federal funds for those who want to try to use greener and more sustainable energy kinda messed up? I think those were my 2 main questions
For the healthcare, read this article http://moneymorning.com/2012/09/10/r...in-either-way/
I think it addresses your question.

For energy, I think you can be the judge of that. That's why your vote is up for grabs. You're voting on the issues that matter most to you, because you won't get everything you want in one candidate. If you think the governments investment in sustainable energy is important then you know that the candidate that doesn't agree with you on that issue has less of a chance getting your vote.


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Old 10-31-2012, 05:44 AM   #18224
 
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Essentially wouldn't making insurance prices transparent and competitive put some at a disadvantage if the price for decent insurance is already high? My second question is taking away subsidies and other federal funds for those who want to try to use greener and more sustainable energy kinda messed up? I think those were my 2 main questions
For the healthcare, read this article http://moneymorning.com/2012/09/10/r...in-either-way/
I think it addresses your question.

For energy, I think you can be the judge of that. That's why your vote is up for grabs. You're voting on the issues that matter most to you, because you won't get everything you want in one candidate. If you think the governments investment in sustainable energy is important then you know that the candidate that doesn't agree with you on that issue has less of a chance getting your vote.


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Thanks. Only problem is this wasn't a Romney vs. Obama thing. I was researching a completely different candidate but I guess that is what would be meant about making insurance competitive. I am going to vote today and still am like ??????. I just don't want to vote at all. *trudges to the shower*
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These men are a trip

I talk to you and you let me know that youre not looking for a relationship but you want relationship benefits. I respond not my style. You try on and off for the next month and realize Im serious.

Two months go by and then you pop out of nowhere saying hello via text. I didnt know who you were, Youre testing the waters. Same answer. you disappear.


now you pop up with a lame excuse and when I call you on your bullcrap explaining I dont want to hang out with you because One, we never talk only via text and two, we arent looking for the same thing, You have the nerve to get offended.

huh... where dey do that at??

Now im argumentative ? What?? Im explaining to you nicely, that I dont do text message invitations.

Now you have the nerve to act offended?? Is this the caliber of men?> pff you can have it.

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Old 10-31-2012, 09:34 AM   #18227
 
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These men are a trip

I talk to you and you let me know that youre not looking for a relationship but you want relationship benefits. I respond not my style. You try on and off for the next month and realize Im serious.

Two months go by and then you pop out of nowhere saying hello via text. I didnt know who you were, Youre testing the waters. Same answer. you disappear.


now you pop up with a lame excuse and when I call you on your bullcrap explaining I dont want to hang out with you because One, we never talk only via text and two, we arent looking for the same thing, You have the nerve to get offended.

huh... where dey do that at??

Now im argumentative ? What?? Im explaining to you nicely, that I dont do text message invitations.

Now you have the nerve to act offended?? Is this the caliber of men?> pff you can have it.

I'm quite good!
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Old 10-31-2012, 04:07 PM   #18228
 
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LMAO these trick-or-treaters are so wack. They didn't even dress up in costume.
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LMAO these trick-or-treaters are so wack. They didn't even dress up in costume.
I saw a little girl at the local Halloween party & her mom made a mask out of the paper plates for refreshments. She gets an A for effort.

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Old 10-31-2012, 05:51 PM   #18230
 
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Tasks:
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Trick or treating-done
Homework-done
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Halloween marathon & a glass of wine

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Old 10-31-2012, 10:13 PM   #18231
 
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Watching the trick or treaters in this neigjborhood know for giving the good stuff. I noticed so many times five adults with one child. Uncle, cousin, everybody. Including teen siblings with no costume. Lol at grown folks trying to latch on a to a kid because they are too old but want some candy.
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Old 10-31-2012, 10:36 PM   #18232
 
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Some trick or treaters had the nerve to bang on our door. Grown mo fos. There's a Walgreens down the street that they could easily go to for some candy.

I hate Halloween. Wack holiday that fuels the greedy spirit of an overwhelming majority of society.


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Old 10-31-2012, 11:25 PM   #18233
 
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i dont' think a few big hungry adults makes halloween the greediest holiday on earth.

did you forget about christmas??




I love halloween, and I haven't had a real costume since 2008. I also didn't eat candy today.
Still my favs "holiday".
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I agree with murr. Christmas takes the cake for the greediest holiday.

I quit my highschool retail job after working Christmas. I stopped believing in human decency.

But totally LOL at the adults trying to score some free candy.
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i dont' think a few big hungry adults makes halloween the greediest holiday on earth.

did you forget about christmas??




I love halloween, and I haven't had a real costume since 2008. I also didn't eat candy today.
Still my favs "holiday".
I didn't say Halloween was the greediest holiday on earth. But it tops the list for wackest holiday in my book though.

Of all the greedy holidays, of course Christmas takes the crown. But I love Christmas.


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Old 11-01-2012, 03:16 AM   #18237
 
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WTH, we didn't have nearly as many trick or treaters as we did last year. We sat on the porch waiting and waiting, now we've got all this darn candy left, ugh.

Halloween and Christmas are my fav holidays!

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From a party I went to.... Best costume evah!!!
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so now i have to fight to get gas. its getting real out here in nj


the lines are hour and plus. I will try after work again.
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I agree with murr. Christmas takes the cake for the greediest holiday.

I quit my highschool retail job after working Christmas. I stopped believing in human decency.

But totally LOL at the adults trying to score some free candy.

its pretty much the reason why parents dress their babies up on Halloween, like uhhhh you know that baby can't eat a blow pop...BUT REALLY I WOULDN'T BE SURPRISED IF THE PARENTS TRIED TO FEED THEIR BABIES BLOW POPS.

Sorry.

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