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Old 04-06-2015, 03:22 PM   #81
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The arguments in favor of Obama care are the same as the arguments for welfare.
I don't like either.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:27 PM   #82
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It's unfortunate, but so far every time I've asked it, the dumb just start going off about how much Obama sucks and they don't even talk about Obamacare.
Haha its actually quite hilarious.

the first guy i asked was at eurobike night last week and he was solid and answered accordingly and said how it has helped friends of his with preexisiting conditions.

The next guy, i didnt know, had a USA shirt on, and when i asked him he started rambling about guns! Regardless, uncle ray is a good guy.
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I thinks its stupid asking someone if you are trying to get to know someone... "What do you do for a living?"

Try..."How do you feel about Obamacare?" Haha
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:46 PM   #86
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What has this country come to?
Apparently it's come to some folks crying about having to pay for a service that makes driving more convenient if they choose to use it. Since your premiums have dropped, Obama's paid for your tolls. Happy motoring
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Obamacare got momma a free breast pump, a medela nonetheless.....I'm sure I'm paying for it elsewhere though. :-(
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Also don't forget Funeral Insurance! Be kind to your relatives and close Family not leaving the burden of funeral expenses to them! Most funeral homes will charge your family a lot of money! Having a Funeral Policy helps your family. Do it for THEM!

I have a funeral policy with "Texas Service Life" and all my funeral expenses are already paid. I choose the cheapest funeral home in the Crosstimbers area and I have decide to be cremated. No service or any bullshit ceremony. I also make arrangements for the transportation of my remains if I die outside the Houston area. Lets be realistic. We have a dangerous hobby/passion. I ride every day and the danger is out there. My ashes will be deposit on a motorcycle fuel tank. With the policy documents you get a plastic card for your wallet that mentions: "In the event of my death, my funeral has been prearranged trough: BlaBla Funeral Home"

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How is that even possible?

I have free VA and I am also covered by tricare.
They wanted to take me in an ambulance to the nearest hospital when I got into a bad accident. If my wife wasn't close enough or I wasn't thinking my bills would have been sky high.
Thank I had my wife take me to the va where everything was free.
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I have great insurance through work, full coverage on the bike, an umbrella policy and a life insurance policy and I didn't even have anyone other than myself to worry about if I til recently.

I creep on these people that the fundraisers are posted for usually and all to common I see that the guy has kids, a woman etc people counting on him. He appears to live paycheck to paycheck and is on some liter bike he has had a month with no gear and no skills saying FTP and dawg I can't afford insurance/gear/whatever ride your own ride homie.

Ignorant can off themselves all they want but it's irritating when it makes all of our premiums go up and their baby momma or bro is spamming us to donate money or come buy a bbq plate.

Edit: Guess I should have read past the first page, so ya um fck obamacare even though I have slowly been coming around to it
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I have free VA and I am also covered by tricare.
They wanted to take me in an ambulance to the nearest hospital when I got into a bad accident. If my wife wasn't close enough or I wasn't thinking my bills would have been sky high.
Thank I had my wife take me to the va where everything was free.
FYI. If you truly need care in a trauma center, the VA will cover will cover it since they (Houston VA, at least) are not a trauma hospital.
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Also don't forget Funeral Insurance! Be kind to your relatives and close Family not leaving the burden of funeral expenses to them! Most funeral homes will charge your family a lot of money! Having a Funeral Policy helps your family. Do it for THEM!
I agree with you here.. I had a serious accident in 2011 and afterward tripled my life insurance policy to make sure my children would be set, just in case. It really gives me a peace of mind as well.
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I'm cut and the anteater def looks weird to me but I'm really not down with mutilating infants to appease sky wizards. And most medical positions on the topic range from zero benefit and very risky to a small health benefit and small risks.

If I had had the choice as a kid I think I would have chosen to not cut my especially when there is only a small chance of there being any benefit other than aesthetics cause it's what we are used to here.

Also when they cut you they are cutting out a bunch of the nerves in you that feel pleasure. Now I know I love how mine feels when it's in that wet wet but your telling me that it could have felt even better!?!? WTF PARENTS

Even with my personal views on the subject and my own I still dunno what I would do if I was having a son. Cut dicks are the norm here, kid would probably get laughed at when he is trying to lose his v card and then be traumatized for life or some .
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