That's poaching, right?
Defamed? And he wants to be paid? What in holy hell is he spewing about? If I act the fool and get fired from my job for gross misconduct, does that entitle me to free money? Does CR really need a liability like him around... with firearms involved? He ought to take a hike and look for honest work.
Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
I guess it wouldn't occur to you, Unbeliever. Being excessively educated and all. I have to limp by with a normal, usual, reasonable, and proper education.
"Effete snob". Is that Newspeak for "educated"? Name-calling in the first sentence is exactly WWJD. Being judged is what draws us to the fold.
When do they schedule the burning down of the local sporting goods and toy stores? Is that before or after the bulldozing of local clothing stores and pharmacies? Will the F-16 flyover, to the tune of "Rock Me Like A Hurricane", do an airstrike on Eureka's Old Town? Looks exciting.
I grew up in Michigan, which has a TON of billboards everywhere. About a third of them feature a giant head of some local car dealer or insurance agent. It's just creepy.
Good thing no one got their finger bitten off at the Fortuna meeting, as at the Thousand Oaks town hall meeting...had that happened, the only doctor there would have been demanding a cash payment to treat the victim.
Dr. Rigney feels that medical treatment is a "privilege". I imagine that he has the right to feel as he does, but, in my opinion, a healer heals, regardless of pay, because he feels a duty to use his training and skills to relieve suffering. I realize that medical school is expensive, and a doctor has a right to expect a decent living, but my impression is that he doesn't see patients, he sees dollar signs. That's exactly why we need health care reform. Doctors and insurance companies are gutting people financially with no regard for anything but profit. If money is the bottom line, why get into the business of healing; just cut through the red tape, and go right into stockbroking. I can trust a stockbroker to be more interested in a financial bottom line, I don't want to think my doctor cares more about money than saving lives and alleviating suffering.
Everything I see about Teabaggers reinforces my perception of them as having contempt for those who weren't born into as much money as they were.
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Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
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