crazyoldelady's comment history

crazyoldelady said...

I hope that all my friends in both parties understand that if they repeal this act that they could very well find their young adult children thrown off their policies. I haven't talked to a single parent with older kids who wants this. Also, we would be back to having lifetime caps and denials for preexisting conditions. I'm not for a straight repeal of this law - and when you get politics out of it I'm finding more agreement than disagreement. Fix what is unworkable - but quit sucking up to the insurance companies and the medical industry. For starters, let us fill our prescriptions where ever we can get the best deal. If that's Canada, so be it.

October 18, 2011 at 6:18 p.m.
crazyoldelady said...

Citizen's watch groups fill a void sometimes left by the press. As long as they have documentation then what's the problem? Any time one digs for information he/she is likely to uncover uncomfortable truths. The best defense is to operate on the up and up. These groups are common throughout the country. I'm glad people volunteer their time to monitor government.

October 11, 2011 at 3:23 p.m.
crazyoldelady said...

Delete away, I printed out copies. This isn't Red Bank. People up here do talk. Have been talking for awhile.

Remember, Signal residents are paying extra taxes for this school. It is especially galling that students zoned elsewhere are being allowed, with the help of the Central Office, to take positions from those who are here honestly. I'm not talking NCLB kids. I'm talking kids who've come up here simply to play ball. You may call it Billie Ball. We call it Buddy Ball or Daddy Ball.

Watch the baseball coach.

October 9, 2011 at 11:19 p.m.
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