If All You See…

…is an inland area flooded due to carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

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10 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. formwiz says:

    See where Trump pardoned Eddie DeBartolo?

    If you think it was kindness, try again.

    Eddie was the one who rolled over on Edwin Edwards.

    So this is a little message to those who know something about all the Demos’ chicanery.

    The truth shall set you free.

    And don’t think said message is lost on all those mid-level schmucks who may end up tossed from the troika.

  2. liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the U.S. government that he accused Trump officials of doing as they prepared for Trump’s administration.


    Hypocrisy thy name is Chris Murphy(D).

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  3. Dana says:

    Those shorts do fit her very well.

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    When is insurance not insurance? A local story described a couple with a difficult pregnancy with over $100,000 in unpaid bills even though they paid $850/mo in premiums.

    Aliera markets and administers plans through a Christian-based health-share ministry, an obscure but growing category of health care coverage based on the biblical principle that the like-minded help each other in times of need. Members make monthly contributions to pay for their future medical needs. Aliera, which said it had $215 million in revenues last year, has 100,000 members nationwide, including 17,000 in Texas.

    Aliera said it does not sell traditional insurance — and makes that clear to customers — so it is exempt from most insurance laws and regulations, including the obligation to pay medical bills.

    Aliera members, though, have complained to authorities that they were misled into thinking they were buying full coverage and then their medical bills were not paid — often denied because of supposed pre-existing condition…


    • Nighthawk says:

      Health SHARE plans are not health insurance and this is made clear when they are purchased.

      Also sounds like the people that was overseeing this share plan were a bit shady to begin with and judging all by this one example is wrong. My wife works at a hospital and deals with all types of health coverage and these share plans are usually handled as cash prepay and are charged much less than traditional insurance. The bills are usually paid before treatment.

      Of course, I am in fly over country and we tend to take care of each other and are honest. But we aren’t as smert as big city folk right?

    • Chumpchange says:

      Healthcare is not an issue in this election other than the fact Bernie is promising LIES to the left.

      Bernie and Warren and Buttigieg and whoever else is lying to the left to get the nomination.

      There is no way in hell that the USA can remotely, even possibly afford medicare for all.

      IF we want to pay everything like medicare does everyone needs to know that medicare ONLY PAYS *******80******** percent. You then have to buy a supplement to pay the rest. That supplement can cost you 180-350 per month based upon a number of factors. So the average old person is paying 120+180 or 300 a month for Medicare for all, plus the copays on medicines which can be anywhere from 8.00 per prescription all the way up to over 100.00 per prescription.

      NOW, this does not take into account the fact that healthcare providers rely upon regular insurance to GOUGE to make up for the peanuts they get from the government.

      IF healthcare is stripped away and we only have PEANUTS for hospitals and doctors, well then 2 things are definitely going to happen.

      Doctors are going to quit, hospitals are going out of business and the USA becomes the caretaker of healthcare and then we end up with the VA. The VA at times takes months to get help.

      I remember once being in Las Vegas and I needed to see the VA for an illness and I sat in a waiting room the size of the grand central station with 100’s and 100’s of people all coughing, sneezing and generally threatening to give me a dozen other diseases while I waited to treat horrible stomach pain.

      7 hours later I saw a doctor, who gave me a prescription to go have filled. I went to the prescription booth and there was like take a number. I took a number it was 484. I have it pinned to my wall right now and am looking at it as I type. They were working on number 301. I sat there for 20 minutes before getting up and leaving. I went to a doctor in a box, was seen in 45 minutes, had the same prescription that I got filled at a pharmacy and was on my way, in less than 2 hours.

      Welcome to your new reality, Elwood. I am sure you can’t wait to give up your health insurance and stand in line for a dozen hours to be seen by a half-trained doctor from China.

      My point always remains simple with Universal health care. IN the countries you always site, those countries are small having like less than 50 hospitals to run. In the USA there are over 6,200 hospitals and and untol number of clinics all of which will shutter their doors or be taken over by the US government.

    • Kye says:

      “When is insurance not insurance?” When it’s a co-op share plan and not an insurance plan. I presume the Aliera plan is clear on it’s coverages and exemptions. I do not presume a consumer who feels injured understands his responsibilities. That’s why Satan created Morgan & Morgan so idiots can sue their companies out of existence.

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