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Comments27/10/2016 #1 Albert GibelDear Mr. John Vaughan , Fantastic Post!
Most Americans Are Angry, Scared and Broke!
1970 to 2015 - In just 45-years through political lies, incompetence and greed our elected officials have effectively gutted or allowed to be gutted what was once the greatest nation this earth has ever known. Not only did America lead in manufacturing, aerospace and farming we also lead in research & development, education and healthcare.
• Roughly 76% of the United States or 243-Million American men, women & children live month to month. One-paycheck and 30-days from being homeless.
• More than half our Nation is dependent upon government assistance either through Obama Care or other programs.
• Approximately 50-Million Americans receive Food Stamps or other food assistance.
• The Unemployment and Underemployment Rate remains above 15%.
• More than 10-million jobs have been exported since 1979. Applying an average Job Multiplier of 5 and you quickly realize that in fact 50-million jobs have been lost since 1979.
• Roughly 80-Million Americans remain uninsured or under-insured thereby reducing or denying their ability to seek basic healthcare services.
• America’s infrastructure is collapsing.
• America has maintained a trade deficit since 1971.
• Student Loan Debt exceeds $1.5-Trillion [our children are broke].
• National Debt exceeds $20-Trillion or +-112% of GDP or +-$165,000.00 per tax payer [our Nation is broke].
• There are more than 11.5-Million Illegal Aliens in the U.S.
• More than 250,000 Illegal-Aliens were convicted of crimes last year.
Out of 132 nations the U.S. ranks 70th in healthcare, 69th in ecosystem sustainability, 39th in basic education, 34th in access to water and sanitation and 31st in personal safety. More surprising is the fact that despite being the home country of global tech heavyweights Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Oracle, and so on, the U.S. ranks a disappointing 23rd in access to the Internet.
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Comments27/10/2016 #11 Albert Gibel#10 Dear Mr Paul Walters, your question is "...does it matter?"
You've got to be joking sir - when, where has corruption ever been a good thing for society let alone its government?
+-76% or 243-Million American men women and children live month to month, 30-days and one paycheck from being homeless.
More than half our Nation is dependent on some form of government services such as ObamaCare or food stamps etc...
The Nation is $20-Trillion in debt. Our college children are $1.5-Trillion in debt.
Yes Paul, corruption in our society and government DOES MATTER and is illegal in most cases!
If you can't see and understand that, then you are part of the problem.
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Comments26/10/2016 #8 John RylanceI'm not sure if this qualifies.
In the 1990s the then Education Minister in the UK Keith Baker instituted mandatory training days for teachers.
Teachers were unsure what to do with these days.
Amongst the teaching profession they became known as B-days (bidets), because everyone knew what they were but no-one was sure what to do with them.
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Comments25/10/2016 #6 Paul Frank GilbertSimply another example of why we should not allow our government to move beyond its Constitutional directives. We do NOT need this kind of government intervention into our lives. Like any program it needs many iterations to "get it right" so failures of this kind are expected, however the problem with this program is that the government simply should not have done it. We are not a socialist nation. I give to charities and support personal causes to help those in need. Forcing us to help .. whether we want to or not ... unacceptable.25/10/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie#2 @Lisa Gallagher except that 20 years ago HILLARY CARE was imposed on a few states across the nation, Washington being one of them. The main cornerstone was to eliminate pre-exist condition and expand state eligibility to Medicaid enrollment (without any new or increased funding for the event) within a year, big companies - Boeing being the most prominent, LEFT the state. Insurance plans did the same, and those that stayed dropped indivdual coverage. Washington also went into receivership and floundered to keep state required financial reserves during this time. OBAMACARE was built on those failing foundations, and its' "crisis" was all too predictable. I wrote about it in 2007 - it was designed to fail - it NEVER worked: not on access, afordability, quality nor health outcomes. America is fatter, unhealtier and poorer than any other gime in history - and it is a direct outcome of the failed Socialist premises of the PPACA. I look forward to statistics that prove me wrong, as always Facts over Feels. Licensed Agent, Broker and Independent State Investigator 1993-2003 MPA in Health Care 2011 dedicated to the content, intent and trajectory of ObamaCare - 7 years in the trenches fighting this monster. * The vast majority of legislators that passed it, NEVER read it ~ Some of them are even proud and gloating in their ignorance.25/10/2016 #3 Albert GibelObamacare was the straw that broke the camel's back. Now more than ever companies have increased mandatory part time employment to avoid paying into Obamacare and further destabilizing the workforce. Mandatory part time employment more than doubled between 2008 and 2009 and has maintained that pace since then.25/10/2016 #2 Lisa GallagherNot here to get into a *issing match but seriously- I've handled benefits for 14 years and the FACT that the premiums are rising is nothing NEW. This has been going on for a long time. Put the blame where it belongs- on the insurance companies! Big Pharma and Medical Insurance Companies have been in bed with each other for years. FACT: Before the ACA (as others call it "Obamacare"), our insurance would have been unaffordable due to the pre-existing clause, that's the only reason we can still obtain insurance (speaking personally) because they got rid of that clause. We all want a system that works, the ACA was far from perfect due to many revisions Congress added to it. However, we have something that can be tweaked as time progresses if people are patient. To those who've received their healthcare benefits through their employers, you may not realize their rates have increased yearly over a span of 2o years or more. Yes, the ACA has affected small businesses- leaving them to either raise your monthly contribution or asking people to go the marketplace and buy their own. Many companies choose a plan with higher deductibles because the plans are cheaper. We've been headed in this direction long before Obamacare.25/10/2016 #1 Brian McKenzieThe numbers never worked, even when CBO was changing the cooking recipe evey six months. It is the same unfunded fractional derivative ponzi scheme that the housing crisis was built upon, pure pump and dump for the IT / Insurance companies while the middle class again gets screwed by Washington and crew. And anybody that READ the bill that had insurance experience knew it was failed. It's collapse was planned and staged, Hillary will come out and lame insurance fortheir r "price gouging and profiteering" anyday now. PS - there is a way out of it. We are live in 20 countries: individual plans available across borders, currencies, language at affordable rates. No big Government - it works.
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Comments25/10/2016 #1 John GraffioAlbert,
What Matt Sweetwood is trying to accomplish in his article is overt psychological manipulation. He is in effect telling us that he's already determined what the political climate is, and don't worry, if we follow his thoughtful advice not to vote, everything will be okay, because nobody he likes is running for president.
What pompous arrogance. He's telling me not to vote? To abandon the only tool I have to make myself heard? No, I won't do that. I won't just lay down and become a good, compliant serf and do what I'm told.
I will vote, because the voting booth is the only place where I am an equal to mouthpieces like Matt Sweetwood and all the other arrogant loudmouths in the mainstream media.
- Producer24/10/2016American Grammar Checkup: Apostrophes Mark the Spot!Does the picture above make you wince? Can you easily spot the three errors in it?While there are differences in all the versions of "English" around the world, most English speakers and writers can spot at least one of the errors above and maybe...
Comments25/10/2016 #17 Susan Rooks#14 The apostrophe before the date contraction is there for the same reason it's where it is in word contractions, @Vincent Andrew! It shows a reader that the writer knows something's missing. And once we understand the "why," it's easier to place it properly. Thanks so much for commenting!25/10/2016 #15 Vincent AndrewIn Malay we don't have the contraction. Example, He is in his '80s now. In Malay - dia dalam linkungan 80 tahun. Maybe that's why some people who try to learn another language such as English transfer their native language knowledge without realising that it may not be grammatically correct.25/10/2016 #13 David LisleOh! Please be cheeky, I love cheeky. Here is an interesting page you might find enlightening.
It also gives another contraction that I used to say in my youth and childhood, 'amn't I' for am I not, and this one was considered so much worse than ain't than ain't that a slap around the ear-hole was certain to follow it's use. However since ain't is a contraction of multiple other words
that it seems to me that the two words starting with a, plus one staring with i, compound to form ai in ain't. That is the best I can do without getting deeper into linguistics. And that is a guess. Some English does not follow rules and some rules are broken.25/10/2016 #12 Alexa Steele#11 If I may be a bit cheeky, you still didn't answer what an "ai" is. Kidding aside, I looked it up after my previous comment and it looks like once upon a time it was a contraction of "am not" that morphed over time.
I agree with your analysis, though, that English is a very forgiving language. Since I am monolingual, I don't know how it compares to other languages in that regard, but it is one of the things I enjoy about reading, writing, and studying English.25/10/2016 #10 David LisleIt is quite surprising the so many people complain about English since it is one of the most flexible languages spoken or written. For example most native English speakers can tolerate a good deal of the murder of the language by non-native speakers and even come up with a reasonable idea of what they are trying to say. Try murdering French and see what happens.
So I have to say it is a tolerant language. I grew up in an area of Britain known as the Black Country where people still spoke a form of Middle English and often used German name endings such home = hamen, or house = housen. And when we moved at age five to Birmingham I had to learn to speak and comprehend RP English (Received Pronunciation). Then I had to learn the bible back to front using King James version full of thees and thous, which was fine since my relatives all used these words. I entered into the Merchant Marines where everything has a different name i.e tabnabs = cakes, and all the nautical lingo as well as seaman's slang. There are more than half a dozen English language types and even pidgin is actually English. But no matter how badly something is spelled or spoken people seem to get the idea. After Chinese (Mandarin) it is the second most widely used language and in some countries with numerous dialects and language sub groups is often the preferred language of government and news media.
How many mistakes do I make?25/10/2016 #8 Alexa SteeleThat sentence is almost painful to read! However, this post does raise a question for me: what two words are we contracting when we use "ain't"? It's a colloquialism I use, but I never once gave a thought to the fact that I am in essence writing "ai not." What the hell is "ai?"24/10/2016 #6 William DykstraNo excuse here
Im super dyslexic
Too many times my spelling is so bad my spell check does nothing
How sad we dont spell words exactly as they sound! I wonder if any country in the world has intentionally done this?
Sure wish would would be just as concerned about people being able to comprehend what they read as we are
As we are with peoples ability to read!
Im by nooo means a Sir Richard Branson He Struggles with reading and spelling! May be some day folks will be more concerned about content than spelling
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