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I'd be interested in knowing what Marco-bot thinks the president should have done about North Korea, that wasn't being done. Invade? Start bombing? The thing that scares me more about Rubio than the rest of the clowns on the bus, is that he would be absolute putty in the hands of the neo-cons, and desperate to demonstrate his manhood.......with the blood of other people's children.
The one and only thing most likely.
He forgot stop the government from takin r gunz and make every state a Right to Work state.
Part Troll yes. I hate Emergency Manager I voted against it. Actually Flint city council voted to change it before EM made the call. Also Granholm appointed an EM to Flint back in the early 2000's.
Great article here on Abbot (R-Hypocrite)
When Greg Abbott (R), Texas attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, was 26-years-old he was jogging through in a Houston neighborhood when a 75-foot post oak tree snapped at its base and fell, striking him in the back. The tree crushed Abbott’s spine, leaving him immediately paralyzed from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair for life.
Ultimately, the case settled. In accordance with the settlement agreement, Abbott receives guaranteed monthly income plus periodic lump sum payments that increase with the cost of living. He is entitled to monthly income from the settlement until he dies. To put this in perspective, the first year Abbott received a lump sum payment of $300,000 and began collecting monthly payments of $5,000. Twenty-nine years later, he receives approximately $14,400 a month. By the end of this year, he will have received $5.8 million. If Abbott lives through 2022, when he will turn 65, he will have received another $3.5 million pushing the total value of his settlement past $9 million, or about $11 million using inflation-adjusted dollars. Abbott has said that he relies on the settlement to help pay for medical expenses and other costs associated with being paralyzed, as well as other costs that most people would never think of. These include costs for modifications to ramps, his home, and his automobile just to remain mobile.
Considering his accidental misfortune, one would think Mr. Abbott would be sympathetic to injury victims and use his bully pulpit to help others that have suffered the same or similar misfortunes. He has been reasonably compensated; shouldn’t he be an advocate for those who are in similar situations? Instead, he has placed his own political interests above the injured and disabled citizens of Texas; he slammed the courtroom doors in their faces. The policies that he advocates and helped secure into Texas law make it impossible for innocent victims to be fairly compensated for their serious injuries. In other words, what was good for the goose is not good for the gander. What’s up with that?
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