dunceoff3, your beef is with me, and me alone.
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The April Jobs number is good but the revisions are even better: Feb (pre-sequester) revised from +268,000 to HUGE +332,000; March from +88,000 to +138,000.
Its a good think Romney became President. I mean how else would the unemployment be dropping like it is?
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He's a one man recruitment tool for extremists.
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Oh my goodness! Somebody is going to put Dusty's posts on a robo calling machine!!
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Gosh, dusty, I believe you are incorrect. I did not tell veritas to shut up. That is not the truth...Also, I do not ever remember telling you to shut up either. But, I have told you a few things about your sources and your lack of intelligence for using material that is false or misleading. That, I have done. But, shut up... that is so rad.
I didn't get that far into your post before I fell asleep.
willgrr, I agree.
Surely the skies have parted or something...
Terry McAuliffe is a loser. He hitched on to the Clintons in the 90's and has lost everything he's been involved with since.
This Virginia gubernatorial race is a sleazeball race. There have to be better candidates out there.
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Terry McAuliffe seems like a typical politician to me.
Whatever it takes to get him where he wants to be...
NY Times cont...
"Mr. McAuliffe said he left GreenTech to run for governor full time and never intended to hide his departure. “If anybody asked me, I said I’m no longer with the company,” he said. “When I made the decision I’m running for governor, I’m all in.”
"Yet the decision not to announce the departure — it was first reported this month by Politico — increased the impression that Mr. McAuliffe was seeking to distance himself from the company, which has struggled to live up to a series of promises.
"When it announced its Mississippi plant, news reports there said the company projected making 150,000 cars. It now says it has orders for 7,000 cars in 2013, a two-seat vehicle the company calls MyCar."
"Asked how much of GreenTech’s financing was raised through foreign investors seeking green cards, known as EB-5 visas, he referred the question to GreenTech’s current executives. Marianne McInerney, a vice president, said the EB-5 program was important to “our initial capital strategy” but did not represent the majority of current investments.
"Mr. McAuliffe stepped down as chairman sometime before Dec. 1, though he continued to refer to his role at the company in the present tense, telling a meeting of small business owners in January, “I’m building electric cars now.”
"Officials also questioned GreenTech’s plan to attract Chinese investors using a visa program that awards green cards to foreigners who put up $500,000 or more for a start-up business. One development official wrote that she could not “get my head around this being anything other than a visa-for-sale scheme.”
"Mr. McAuliffe shrugged off Virginia’s objections. “We tried,” he said. “It didn’t work out. I’ve been in many entrepreneurial businesses. States make their decisions. Businesses make their decisions.”
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I followed up on Terry McAuliffe and found one story from a week ago in the NY Times...
"One of the first questions Mr. McAuliffe was asked when he announced his candidacy last year was why GreenTech located its factory in Tunica County, Miss. Mr. McAuliffe said Virginia officials “didn’t want to bid on it.”
"But e-mails and documents obtained by PolitiFact under the Freedom of Information Act show that Virginia economic development officials were interested, though deeply skeptical about the company’s prospects."
"Very few people pay 100% of their health ins. cost. It's just too stinking expensive for anyone making less than 60k/year."
Yep, that's us!
Dusty...YOU should take Your money and leave.
Don't take anyone else's with you!
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raj wrote "Very few people pay 100% of their health ins. cost. It's just too stinking expensive for anyone making less than 60k/year." you are so wrong about this, hardly anybody makes that much money and most jobs these days are part time so the employer doesn't have to pay for insurance for employees. Get your head out of the sand. Why do you think there are 47 million uninsured people in this country?
I find People think they are entitled. When they do nothing for those entitlements they think they deserve. Yes I do believe you think Obama is the best thing since slice bread. Me not so much. Have a great night.
I have. 25 dollars co pay. etc. etc. not always made 60 k per year. But have paid my own since 1978. Apparently you have not. But you want your share. Imagine that.
Very few people pay 100% of their health ins. cost. It's just too stinking expensive for anyone making less than 60k/year. And even at that, a family policy takes a 20% bite. I don't know why you should think that legislators should get a terrible policy or pay 100% of costs.
billldoesntgetit May-01-13 10:21 PM "If Congress cannot pay they better pack up their bags and go home."
billldoesntgetit May-01-13 10:27 PM "If he could lead maybe he could accomplish something"
And so, the story of an American Jhadist continues...
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rajjj many of us have been paying 100% of our own medical for years.. If Congress cannot pay they better pack up their bags and go home.
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Personally I'll be dumping my Afford-a-Blue policy that pays 61 cents of a $60 chiropractic bill for a much better policy.
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Missy---If you are self employed you deduct HC ins. So what's the big whoppers doo?
You're son, just guessing...family of 5/3 kids under 21, $800 policy/$190 his monthly cost. Just ball parking.
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