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fairmon said...

alprova said...Which is what your kids would have done had you had any of them.

Your advocating forgiving and over looking of disgusting behavior and admitted cheating on taxes says a lot about your character flaws. I still remember your defense of Anthony Weiner and his sick behavior.

I have two very successful kids. Both with multiple college degrees with great jobs and good investments earnings. I am by choice not currently married nor do I intend to ever be again. You nor anyone else can defend the discrimination against those electing to remain unmarried except to say that is just the way it is and that you like being able to treat a sector of society unfairly.

August 22, 2014 at 4:42 p.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said...The Rick Perry's of the world need to take stock of how human we all are and they need to adopt an attitude of forgiveness and understanding.

You sound like the Dr. Spock that screwed up a whole generation of kids including his own son that committed suicide.

August 22, 2014 at 1:20 p.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said....Elected officials are human like the rest of us. They are not Gods. They make mistakes in life like we all do.

They do and they seek the office where elected officials are appropriately held to a higher standard. Yes they make mistakes like all do and they should pay the consequences for mistakes as we all do.

I know two people, one a close relative, that are crippled for life after being hit by an ignorant __ drunk driving or more accurately stated aiming a car.

alprova...How on earth can you advocate forgiving a criminal like that woman and her remaining in a position responsible for prosecuting those committing the same crime? I will have to admit you are consistently sensitive to those democrats screwing up but I haven't seen that same attitude when the guilty person is in any other party.

August 22, 2014 at 1:09 p.m.
fairmon said...

CNBC.. Nobel Prize winner Lars Peter Hansen has said uncertainty surrounding regulation is hindering an already "stunningly sluggish" U.S. economic growth.

comment...some are certain now and the anticipation of future regulations are an impediment that has slowed the recovery. Government can't improve an economy but can cause a poor economy or slow growth in an improving economy.

August 22, 2014 at 4:16 a.m.
fairmon said...

The threat of ISIS is real and growing. I sure hope the president finishes his golf game and vacation soon. Someone said when Obama was asked what par is for the course he was playing his answer was I don't know I haven't finished playing it yet but it does appear par will be significantly in excess of 100. There appears to be no limit to the authority he thinks the office gives him.

August 22, 2014 at 3:48 a.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said...many people are worried that Rick Perry is being a bit too cocky about this entire mess.

Could be, his cocky butt could wind up in prison but I doubt it. It could also be a publicity stunt to draw media attention and sympathy for the governor and potential POTUS candidate. He does have a rather cavalier attitude about it.

August 22, 2014 at 3:41 a.m.
fairmon said...

This will be the longest and dirtiest campaign for POTUS ever with the winner being the one with the most money that makes the most ridiculous promises of the good life for all. The phrase we will hear most often is "On the first day in office I will" or "in my first year I will" and "in my first term I will". The current POTUS went so far as saying if I don't cut the debt in half in my first term I should be a one term president. In collusion with congress He almost doubled the debt the combined total of all former presidents and was elected again with more promises of change and more free stuff for the majority.

August 22, 2014 at 3:34 a.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said...Rick Perry will never be President.

That is good. We have had enough former Texas governors as POTUS to last me a life time. He is popular as governor with a high percent of Texans. The charge appears to be politically motivated since it is reported that his action is within the state of Texas constitutional authority, I don't know or care. I do know it is not difficult to get past a grand jury where there are no lawyers presenting for the defendant while prosecution seeks an indictment.

It seems the obnoxious drunk DA would have been so humiliated she would have resigned. She is like many in office that are drunk on the power and prestige of a good paying cushy government job and can't stand the thought of losing it. e.g. See U.S. congress.

He would not be good but no worse than our current domestic policy of make a change and hope (hope and change) and a foreign policy of change and hope for good luck. Hope and change is not an effective strategy. It is like an investor that buys and hopes which is also a strategy that seldom works.

August 22, 2014 at 3:10 a.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said...There are only 12 states that require insurers to sell supplemental policies to patients with dire levels of kidney failure.

TN must be one of the 12 since I have a friend that is on dialysis that has an excellent supplement. I did not realize insurers could ask about preexisting conditions when applying for a Medicare supplement.

August 21, 2014 at 8:25 p.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said... I doggone sure have my parts A, B & D Medicare benefits in place.

Do you purchase a Medicare supplement insurance?

August 21, 2014 at 6:51 p.m.
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