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11/12/2013 03:37:21 PM · #651
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11/12/2013 08:55:33 PM · #652
Paul..there were alot of people that liked their coverage and it got cancelled. Now they are faced with 2 - 3 times the payment under Obamacare. I have been predicting this for a long time...Its catching the dems by surprise
11/12/2013 08:55:34 PM · #653
Paul..there were alot of people that liked their coverage and it got cancelled. Now they are faced with 2 - 3 times the payment under Obamacare. I have been predicting this for a long time...Its catching the dems by surprise
11/12/2013 10:46:40 PM · #654
Originally posted by cowboy221977:

Paul..there were alot of people that liked their coverage and it got cancelled. Now they are faced with 2 - 3 times the payment under Obamacare. I have been predicting this for a long time...Its catching the dems by surprise

Well, it certainly sounds like there's a willingness on the part of the administration to admit that it's a problem and to try an fix it. Every large operation is going to encounter unexpected developments which require adjustment (Iraq war, for example).

Perhaps if "everyone" agreed to identify and fix the problems they could be dealt with faster. If, however, one team in the game is commited to sabotaging the deal and engages in constant obstructionism, I expect the fixes will take longer.

BTW: Please explain how Republicans can continuously call for "leadership" on the part of the President, and yet be simultaneously committed in advance to opposing his every proposal?

ETA: I heard that the policy of one of the women interviewed in the media complaining about cancellation of her $54/month "health plan" would have covered a grand total of $1000 in hospital costs. Some insurance ...

Message edited by author 2013-11-12 22:49:57.
11/15/2013 04:32:13 PM · #655
Let's go back to talking about our rights as photographers ...

Photographers Faced With Suspicious Activity Reports
Originally posted by Linked Article:

According to a story released by NPR, Hal Bergstrom, a photographer based out of California was questioned on multiple occasions after he was observed photographing bridges and industrial scenes. Outside of being frequently harassed by security guards and local law enforcement, even when shooting on public property, Bergstrom has also answered a knock on the door from Federal agents, wanting to know what he was up to and asked him questions such as, “Do you hold any ill will toward the United States of America?”
11/24/2013 05:46:09 PM · #656
I can't remember the thread about out-of-control police, so I thought I'd post this here... really outrageous:

Miami Gardens, Florida
11/24/2013 06:07:51 PM · #657
Ridiculous!
11/24/2013 10:17:45 PM · #658
Originally posted by Judith Polakoff:

I can't remember the thread about out-of-control police, so I thought I'd post this here... really outrageous:

Miami Gardens, Florida


Did you miss my thread about my Miami police stop?

Seriously... something like 12-15 officers and a helicopter... Illegal search, all kinds of violations.. Why? Because I was 'looking suspicious' by taking pictures in a predominantly black neighborhood.

Other state departments have taken to warning their citizens about our police. Sad isn't it?
11/25/2013 10:39:29 AM · #659
Originally posted by Cory:

Originally posted by Judith Polakoff:

I can't remember the thread about out-of-control police, so I thought I'd post this here... really outrageous:

Miami Gardens, Florida


Did you miss my thread about my Miami police stop?

Seriously... something like 12-15 officers and a helicopter... Illegal search, all kinds of violations.. Why? Because I was 'looking suspicious' by taking pictures in a predominantly black neighborhood.

Other state departments have taken to warning their citizens about our police. Sad isn't it?


I don't recall that thread, but there have been discussions about this all the way back to the militarization of the police and the Occupy protests. "Sad" isn't the word for it.
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