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    I eat when I'm hungry I drink when I'm dry If...

    I eat when I'm hungry
    I drink when I'm dry
    If whiskey don't kill me
    I'll live 'till I die.

    Good program, what?!?!?! :)

    G.
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    If this were true then every man would want a...

    If this were true then every man would want a Kentucky Long Rifle. Or maybe an 1885 Browning High Wall! Right?!?!?! ;)

    From a show I saw not long ago while cable cruising Real Men hunt wild...
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    Congress is working when it approves legislation....

    Congress is working when it approves legislation.

    Congress is working when it disapproves legislation.

    Congress is working when does neither.

    Congress is even working when members go back to...
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    You'd be surprised what I might know about...

    You'd be surprised what I might know about loopholes, fraud, and poorly administered programs.

    These are likely The Big Three when looking at people getting money they don't deserve from public...
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    1. Loopholes 2. Fraud 3. Poorly...

    1. Loopholes

    2. Fraud

    3. Poorly administered programs

    I'm sure others can think of additional ways.

    I've noted before their vast difference in fraud rates between private medical...
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    If your state is not staffed to administer a law...

    If your state is not staffed to administer a law (any law) then your recourse is to sue the state (usually a losing proposition) or take the issue to the ballot box.

    In TN the background check...
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    Laura provided a very succinct explanation of...

    Laura provided a very succinct explanation of what this section does. It shifts the risk of non-payment from the insurer to the provider during a 60 day period. This is probably significant from an...
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    Well, no. When my wife was working for UT...

    Well, no.

    When my wife was working for UT Grad. School of Med. we paid $200/mo. for family coverage (cheap because it was just the two of us; kids were adults). The University paid an additional...
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    Remember what I said about "sound bits" and...

    Remember what I said about "sound bits" and "headlines" and discussion of public policy? That applies to ad hominem attacks, too.

    G.
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    How did that work out for the Poles? As to the...

    How did that work out for the Poles?

    As to the law you cited it reminds me of rules in places like New York, Chicago, or CA. The issue with laws like this is the procedure and motivation of the...
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    Assuming, without admitting, that you're right...

    Assuming, without admitting, that you're right how do you explain the Democratic votes to continue the operation? For multiple years after nothing was found?

    But you, and some others, remind me...
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    My facts are quite straight; you just don't like...

    My facts are quite straight; you just don't like them.

    History is almost never a straight line of undeniable cause and effect. It's generally a rather messy business. My advice for those who...
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    We've owned three (all went 150,000+ miles); it...

    We've owned three (all went 150,000+ miles); it would have been four if their sedan had been a bit larger.

    They are very reliable and cost of maintenance is competitive with similar brands.

    I...
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    You have a cite for this? It does not square...

    You have a cite for this? It does not square with my information.

    G.
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    We had lots of tanks and planes in Viet Nam. How...

    We had lots of tanks and planes in Viet Nam. How did that work out for us?

    The Russians had tanks and planes in Afghanistan. How did that work out for them?

    The issue would not be stopping an...
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    De nada!!! G.

    De nada!!!

    G.
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    Why did Bush not deploy what Civil Affairs...

    Why did Bush not deploy what Civil Affairs capability he had? Multiple reasons.

    First, the desire to maintain the image of "liberator" vice "conqueror."

    Second, a recognition of the lack of...
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    I did not mention Korea because it's still an...

    I did not mention Korea because it's still an active combat zone, even though there is a tenuous "cease fire" in effect.

    You are correct that there is no stomach for "nation building" at any...
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    I have admitted that the immediate reasons for...

    I have admitted that the immediate reasons for the action against Iraq were questionable. I do not accept as gospel the assertion that reports of nuclear activities were "lies" as opposed to...
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    I correspond with people in Poland, Germany,...

    I correspond with people in Poland, Germany, Great Britain, France, Brazil, and Canada. We share many views; we are divergent in many views. What does that have to do with anything? Congress...
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    Assuming everything you said is true what is the...

    Assuming everything you said is true what is the relevance of your "fun fact?"

    G.
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    I don't know that this is true. If it is, could...

    I don't know that this is true. If it is, could this be because there are more slant loads than straight loads?

    I would challenge the assertion that one is inherently more safe than the other. ...
  23. If you "haul for hire" you become "commercial"...

    If you "haul for hire" you become "commercial" and will have to involve yourself with the Alphabet Soup. That means a CDL (with its accompanying annual physical), licensure for the truck,...
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    OK, since History is open how many budget surplus...

    OK, since History is open how many budget surplus years have there been since 1900? What years were they? Who was President? Which party controlled which house of Congress?

    Last time I looked...
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    I agree that the Yellow Dogs who opposed the...

    I agree that the Yellow Dogs who opposed the Civil Rights Act became "history." Still the assertion was made that Republicans never did anything to help the "ordinary American." There's one...
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